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November 10, 2017, 11:25:40 pm
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BTCpals

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I've been leasing a small amount of waves. After I began leasing I decided to do a little research. I found a great list with most of the leasing pools on it with all the stats included.
http://dev.pywaves.org/generators/
I am wondering if the popularity of the pool is deterministic of the success of the pool. Would it be more profitable to join a pool with only a few members if that pool had some success in block discovery? Or should I stick with Wavesnode pool for now?
Thanks for taking the time to read this.

November 11, 2017, 12:34:07 am
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I think waves is a regular proof of stake. the more you have the higher the percentage of getting stake rewards. So, for even payments (they may be smaller) go with the big boys. for smaller lager payments, go with the newbies. I say, since the industry is new, one could find team mates for projects and maybe that should be a creteria also.
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November 12, 2017, 10:07:47 pm
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BTCpals

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Thanks, Tycoon. I didn't quite understand the "smaller lager" part though. So if I went with a pool that had, let's say, 50 members but had discovered a few blocks, would that pay higher but less frequently than a pool of 10,000 members that are discovering blocks all day every day? So, going with a smaller pool is basically placing your stake in luck's hands?
I appreciate you taking the time to answer me.


November 13, 2017, 01:17:48 pm
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It's almost the same. In a small node, you will have few block, but the reward is splited for less people. So, by the end it's almost same thing. You just have to pay atencion to the percentage of tokens they use to pay. Find a 100% Waves and 100% MRT and be happy. Some nodes also pay 50% MRT and their personal token. Then it's up to you what payment you prefer

November 13, 2017, 06:24:42 pm
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thanks i was wondering if it was the same.
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November 13, 2017, 10:19:37 pm
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BTCpals

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Thanks lhvleao. I decided to diversify and lease to five different pools. If I can find the time, I will put my results into a spreadsheet over the next two months for anyone that is looking for an individual's results.

November 16, 2017, 06:01:18 pm
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This is really a nice observation. I have also thought before like this. As all of we want to make a profit, we should think like this.

November 18, 2017, 08:18:27 pm
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Well. It's been several days now and my schedule is so jam-packed I have barely found the time to research and select just two leasing pools. I am going to complete this side quest and publish my results with a handy little comparison sheet.

The two I've chosen so far are......

1. http://waves-lease-pool.bitballoon.com/
   a.  LPOS Address: 3PGr45VFDgK6KQmg1BZB2n1vGzgwAqt5RrC
        Blocks mined=1

2.  https://wavesnode.net/
   a.  LPOS Address: 3P23fi1qfVw6RVDn4CH2a5nNouEtWNQ4THs
       Blocks mined=94

That's two opposite sides of the spectrum and I plan to add more variety and of course, more Waves. The amount I leased to small to mention and still be taken seriously or to use for proper evaluation. I will be adding more in the near future.

November 21, 2017, 07:02:31 pm
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Have patience and think perfectly, then you will face matter nicely.

November 22, 2017, 12:55:32 am
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BTCpals

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Well. It's been several days now and my schedule is so jam-packed I have barely found the time to research and select just two leasing pools. I am going to complete this side quest and publish my results with a handy little comparison sheet.

The two I've chosen so far are......

1. http://waves-lease-pool.bitballoon.com/
   a.  LPOS Address: 3PGr45VFDgK6KQmg1BZB2n1vGzgwAqt5RrC
        Blocks mined=1

2.  https://wavesnode.net/
   a.  LPOS Address: 3P23fi1qfVw6RVDn4CH2a5nNouEtWNQ4THs
       Blocks mined=94

That's two opposite sides of the spectrum and I plan to add more variety and of course, more Waves. The amount I leased to small to mention and still be taken seriously or to use for proper evaluation. I will be adding more in the near future.

Just added a third to my list of pools that I'm leasing to. "FountainPerpetua" Now I have 5 Waves Leased out. Next, I will Lease to a brand new pool, I haven't picked it out yet but it will be one that averages a few blocks a day only. Then I will join the one at the top of the list. "WavesGo".
I hope this thread becomes something I can look back at in a few years and be happy I got into Waves when I did.

1. http://waves-lease-pool.bitballoon.com/
   a.  LPOS Address: 3PGr45VFDgK6KQmg1BZB2n1vGzgwAqt5RrC
        Blocks mined=1

2.  https://wavesnode.net/
   a.  LPOS Address: 3P23fi1qfVw6RVDn4CH2a5nNouEtWNQ4THs
       Blocks mined=94

 3. http://fountainperpetua.com/
    a. 3PFrn8EHRhjJGEQxYwWKdJcwcsW1XFRJbmz


November 25, 2017, 05:45:58 pm
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Thanks a lot for your nice sharing. It is really a fantastic matter.

November 26, 2017, 03:35:18 pm
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BTCpals

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Ok. As promised, I've added 2 more Leasing pools to my list. numbers 4 and 5 below. Waves Community Node and the top dog with the largest pool WavesGo. This brings my total Waves Leased amount to a whopping 12.02 Waves Leased. I know I'm small potatoes in terms of the amount leased out there. But that is a temporary thing and I will be documenting my journey in my very limited free time. So hopefully, as I learn more about leasing Waves, you all can join me and I can share what I've learned. After I gather more data I can start posting what has been paid to me for leasing.

Here is where I'm at today. I will label my lease amounts starting now.

1. http://waves-lease-pool.bitballoon.com/
   a.  LPOS Address: 3PGr45VFDgK6KQmg1BZB2n1vGzgwAqt5RrC
   b. Blocks mined=1
   c. Leased = 0.01 Waves

2.  https://wavesnode.net/
   a.  LPOS Address: 3P23fi1qfVw6RVDn4CH2a5nNouEtWNQ4THs
   b. Blocks mined=94
   c. Leased = 0.01 Waves

 3. http://fountainperpetua.com/
    a. 3PFrn8EHRhjJGEQxYwWKdJcwcsW1XFRJbmz
    b. Blocks mined= 247
    c. Leased = 4 Waves

4.  https://www.wavescommunitynode.com/
    a. LPOS Address: 3PDxnbR1UTXrj84smhUP5m8WidRJjujfmCm
    b. Blocks mined= 9
    c. Leased = 4 Waves

5.  http://www.wavesgo.com/account/3P2HNUd5VUPLMQkJmctTPEeeHumiPN2GkTb
    a. LPOS Address: 3P2HNUd5VUPLMQkJmctTPEeeHumiPN2GkTb
    b.Blocks mined= 658
    c. Leased = 5 Waves
Total=12.02 Waves Leased

December 01, 2017, 12:53:18 pm
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BTCpals

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Ok. As promised, I've added 2 more Leasing pools to my list. numbers 4 and 5 below. Waves Community Node and the top dog with the largest pool WavesGo. This brings my total Waves Leased amount to a whopping 12.02 Waves Leased. I know I'm small potatoes in terms of the amount leased out there. But that is a temporary thing and I will be documenting my journey in my very limited free time. So hopefully, as I learn more about leasing Waves, you all can join me and I can share what I've learned. After I gather more data I can start posting what has been paid to me for leasing.

Here is where I'm at today. I will label my lease amounts starting now.

1. http://waves-lease-pool.bitballoon.com/
   a.  LPOS Address: 3PGr45VFDgK6KQmg1BZB2n1vGzgwAqt5RrC
   b. Blocks mined=1
   c. Leased = 0.01 Waves

2.  https://wavesnode.net/
   a.  LPOS Address: 3P23fi1qfVw6RVDn4CH2a5nNouEtWNQ4THs
   b. Blocks mined=94
   c. Leased = 0.01 Waves

 3. http://fountainperpetua.com/
    a. 3PFrn8EHRhjJGEQxYwWKdJcwcsW1XFRJbmz
    b. Blocks mined= 247
    c. Leased = 4 Waves

4.  https://www.wavescommunitynode.com/
    a. LPOS Address: 3PDxnbR1UTXrj84smhUP5m8WidRJjujfmCm
    b. Blocks mined= 9
    c. Leased = 4 Waves

5.  http://www.wavesgo.com/account/3P2HNUd5VUPLMQkJmctTPEeeHumiPN2GkTb
    a. LPOS Address: 3P2HNUd5VUPLMQkJmctTPEeeHumiPN2GkTb
    b.Blocks mined= 658
    c. Leased = 5 Waves
Total=12.02 Waves Leased

I've added a few more Waves to the larger pools that I've joined. This brings my total Waves that I have leased to 15.9

December 01, 2017, 06:07:03 pm
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Leasing is fine but you have to pay extra care for it. Because if you are not aware there may have some sorts of a chance to be fraud.

December 04, 2017, 03:23:45 am
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BTCpals

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Leasing is fine but you have to pay extra care for it. Because if you are not aware there may have some sorts of a chance to be fraud.

Can you please elaborate on this? What kind of fraud could a leasing pool pull off? When you lease your Waves, you are in total control of them. The pool is not in control of them so where is the potential for fraud?

The good thing about leasing is that you don't have to "pay extra care" of it. You just sit back and watch the Waves roll in.(and many other tokens, I'm finding out)

The only thing that I can imagine an LSOP doing that is shady would be not paying out as much as they should be. But the whole operation is on the blockchain. You know, that technology that brings us all here. The trustless, irreversible, immutable, open ledger. Kind of hard to get away with fraud if your entire business structure is built on a blockchain foundation where full accountability is the only option and verification is the glue that holds it all together. Wouldn't you agree?

 


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