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1  Other / Beginners & Help / 41 minutes for a new block, difficulty wayyy too hard on: February 17, 2015, 03:02:27 PM
What is going on in the bitcoin mining world that is having these awful swings in block time?
2  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / sendrawtransaction length limit need HELP on: October 15, 2014, 11:50:53 PM
If someone has a transaction that did not propagate through the network, mainly due to it's size and low fee added, how can it be fixed with the debug console limited to about 32,800 bytes?

For this example, there's about 200 inputs, so the size of the raw transaction is over 60,000 bytes. This will not all fit on the console line and it's too long for windows command line length.

There is no older wallet backup to go to, to remove the stuck transaction. So solutions are needed. Maybe the wallet.dat could be edited? Maybe there's some other way to input a really long raw transaction? Something else to either eliminate this stuck transaction or get it processed?

Actually this is not a problem with bitcoin, however the limit on the debug console line is the same, and that's the part causing the issue.

Thank you
3  Bitcoin / Pools / What pool is best for non-jumpers? strategy for higher payout? on: September 25, 2014, 04:36:51 AM
Years ago it seemed like p2pool was the best for btc, then electricity costs outweighed earnings without ever buying specialized equipment. So, I got an S3 to finally be able to cash out at one site Cheesy Then I heard from someone that BitcoinAffiliatenetwork was the highest payout. So after running four complete 12 hour(or so) periods on one site and earning nothing since no block was found, I switched to BAN. And while mining there, the other has paid me about twice as much as I've earned on BAN in the same or longer time, not even mining there anymore. So how can people believe it is the best? Is it just jumpers that think that?

Is there a strategy to optimize payouts by putting in time at one pool then switching pools?
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