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1  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Deepbit taking forever to payout for anybody else? on: July 07, 2011, 12:03:58 AM
I initiated a payout at 06.07.2011 17:37 server time, it is now 06.07.2011 23:59:23.  I see the payout on the payments page, but it has not even showed up as unconfirmed in my client.  I did another test payout to make sure nothing was broken, and that is showing up as unconfirmed (has been unconfirmed for 3 hours).

I have plenty of connections, I tried a -rescan

Blockexplorer is not showing either of these transactions.

Is anybody else experiencing issues with deepbit payout right now?
2  Economy / Marketplace / [solved] MTGox, Too many failure from your IP, temporarly blocked on: June 18, 2011, 05:46:54 AM
Anybody have any idea how long the IP block lasts for?

I switched to Chrome because of the recently fixed exploit and mistyped it a few times trying to remember it (saved with master password in firefox and was too paranoid to look at it)

I need to get in and withdrawal some of my BTC to complete a transaction.
3  Other / Obsolete (selling) / 1 Month Xbox Live Card/code on: June 11, 2011, 08:03:07 AM

I have 2 1 card.  It is for 1 month of Xbox Live service.
Going rate on ebay seems to be between $7-9 each.

I will let them go for the equivalent of $5 USD in bitcoins each.  Exact exchange rate will be determined at time of payment.  

Use this link for payment.

After sending the amount requested you will be taken to a form to fill in your email and any comments.  This is the email I will send the code to.,

I will email the code to you after 1 confirmation.  I will be going to sleep in about 2 hours.  If you purchase after that time expect delivery when I wake up.  I will not screw you.

If you purchase please respond here.  It's the first 2 sales.  Please record the temporary address you send to for proof of purchase in case of dispute.

I am open to emailing the code to you first if you have a good reputation.

Please PM me or respond here if you are interested.

For reputation I offer up

Edit: 1 has been purchased, 1 more remaining.
4  Bitcoin / Mining / Just grabbed 2 5850's from Microcenter on: June 10, 2011, 03:25:28 AM
The website is sold out, but they have them in some stores.  If you are near one it wouldn't hurt to check their site.

$219.99 and a $50 MIR, so $169.99 after rebate.  Not too shabby

Hopefully I can mine with them for about a month or 2 then recoup some of my costs on eBay after difficulty gets out of hand.
5  Bitcoin / Mining / Mining on 2 pools with 1 card on: June 08, 2011, 11:57:15 PM
After a recent string of bad luck at btcguild with a 3 million share block, and not wanting to switch and have the same bad luck back at slush's I decided to just try setting up 2 miners on all my cards.

To my surprise it worked fine.  I am getting the same total MHash/sec, but split roughly 50/50 between the 2 pools.  Now if 1 hits an extremely long block I won't have to worry about another 5 hours of "wasted" effort.

I'm surprised this isn't listed in a wiki somewhere, but it seems to make perfect sense.  Is there any downside I should be aware of?

Edit: I'm not really offline at Slush's like my sig says.  The sig generator seems to be acting funny.
6  Economy / Trading Discussion / Another trade is still in progress, please retry in a few seconds on: June 08, 2011, 08:58:56 PM
Not good.  Been getting this error for about 15 minutes now.  This could cause a massive selloff if people lose faith in Mt Gox servers.

I have been unable to buy bitcoins for 15 minutes.  If this is a site wide problem this could be the reason for the very low amounts of bids right now.
7  Bitcoin / Mining / Help with BTCGuild Rainmeter script on: June 04, 2011, 06:27:14 AM
I switched out of Slush's pool for a number of reasons.  The API wasn't at a level I wanted it to be, I don't like the forced fee, etc etc...

So I made a Rainmeter addon for monitoring my mining.

Here's a picture.

The bar meters are my current Hash Rates as reported by BTCGuild so I can see if there is a problem with 1 of my cards at a glance.

There's only one problem.  I have it hard coded for 3 workers, as that is what I have at this exact moment.  If I want to add more, I need to physically add them.  If I take one away, the regexp just craps itself and returns invalid results.

Any rainmeter/regexp experts out there want to help?

Here's the source

Here's the regular expression:


I just found the closest text surrounding the data I wanted and used
to store what is between them.  My problem comes with if I add another worker, then I need to add on to it, and then it changes the stringindex locations.  My calculations are missing a worker.  I need to set up a new graph, etc, etc etc.

As you can tell by my beautiful code, I am an extremely talented coder (LOL)... Anybody have any advice, or inspiration in how I could get this to work with scalability?

Or if anybody wants to take this admittedly horrible code, clean it up, then ask for donations from people, be my guest.  Just let me be the first to buy Smiley
8  Bitcoin / Pools / Slush's Pool Rainmeter plugin on: June 03, 2011, 09:59:37 AM
Quickly whipped this together for rainmeter users.

It's not pretty, but it works.  I can't get it to retrieve the stats over HTTPS, so don't consider any of this information secure.  Including the payout wallet address which gets sent but not displayed.

The only useful information that I can get it to pull is username, unconfirmed reward, confirmed reward, estimated reward on current block, and then some simple math for total (I exclude the estimated)

It's ugly, it's almost useless, and the code is terribly formatted (I suck at regex)

Saying that.. It's free and you are free to edit or use for derivative works with no restrictions.

You have to edit line #17 of the only file and add your API Token

URL=" API Token Here"

If you find it useful, consider a donation to 1CawAzvHgoAQySapb4fMnHUGveZMiF4XTq

If you make it more useful, please let me know so I can use your version.
9  Other / Obsolete (selling) / Sellling Steam games for BTC 5% discount! on: June 03, 2011, 07:11:23 AM
Name the game.  I'll reply with a cost (5% discount off current lowest ask price on mtgox), and address.  I recommend Clearcoin with donation to charity for orphaned funds for buyer protection.  The price will be based off the United states current price for games.

Edit: My feedback on eBay is a decent indication that I am on the level

I will gift to any email address.  I will only do this a few times though as I don't want to risk my steam account.
10  Other / Obsolete (selling) / Junk Silver 5% under spot on: June 03, 2011, 06:15:53 AM
I have a decent sized collection of "junk" silver coins.  None of them are actual junk, but that's the term that is used for pre-1965 US coins that are 90% silver.

It is a great and cheap way to purchase silver cheaply.

I will accept bitcoins or mtgox for payment.  Shipping is to be paid by you.  You choose the method.

I will lock the purchase price at the time of your PM based on current price -5%.  Bitcoins due will be set at time of payment based on current rate on mtgox.

I'd like to avoid paypal, but if you must, you must.

You can buy as little as 1 pre 1965 dime.

As an example.  Current price would be $2.60 - 5% = $2.47.  BTC at the current rate would be .23BTC

Edit: As I think more about this I would like to use something like clearcoin with a charity escrow if you don't release.  I believe this is the safest for both of us.

I have mostly roosevelt dimes.  11 liberty dimes.  40 standing liberty quarters.
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