OK, I get it. Smaller pool and depending on luck, maybe we go a while between blocks. I actually like it, it gives you a taste of what solo mining might be like, but what I don't get is why the numbers are working out worse than other pools. Here's what I mean.
If I took my rough hashrate and just cranked in a large pool like eligius I would be sitting around .35 bitcoins after 7 days of mining. However, here at GMC I'm looking at 30% less.
So I understand wanting to keep people in the pool, discouraging hoppers, and all that I think, but what do you all do about missing out on 30% especially as the difficulties increase? Or are you thinking that if you hit two blocks closer together that will balance out vs the more steady/larger pool. Also if that is the case then what do you thinking the increasing difficulty is going to do for the frequency of those closer together blocks?
I dig it here, want to stay, but don't think it's wise to overlook 30% difference in gains, that's why I'm asking.