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1  Economy / Services / BTCMiners "Cloud Hashing" | $8.50 USD per GH/s! on: November 10, 2013, 04:20:59 AM
We've had a pool up for a little while now.  We have come to the conclusion it's not being used very much.  We have confirmed our purchase of 35 TH/s of hashing power (more to come at a later date) by the end of November.

To stimulate our pool, we are subletting the GH/s out at a fixed rate, which is also a very reasonable rate as well.  We're selling per GH/s @ $9.25 USD $8.50 USD.  We -MAY- charge a small % fee after everything is up and running due to the fact we're literally not going to make any money on this, however as said before it is to stimulate our pool which also has a 0% fee by default.

The 35 TH/s will be divided out per GH/s for the first 35 TH/s and once that has sold out and we get better dates and confirmation on the remaining purchase of the other equipment, those prices will be increased but will also be very competitive to other market players who are "cloud hashing" as well.

We will be selling these at a reasonable rate, only enough to pay for the devices, upkeep, electricity, etc.. If you want a chance to get in on what we hope is a very exciting opportunity please feel free to join us!

 
2  Other / Beginners & Help / [~25.5 TH/s] New Pool | 0% Fees | VARDIFF | ASIC Ready | PPLNS+Loyalty/PPS on: September 13, 2013, 10:50:22 PM
Quote
www.BTCMiners.net

We're a new smaller pool working to become medium sized at first to make sure the server can handle the load of traffic in it's current configuration along with making sure the connection is capable of handling the requests that would be incoming and outgoing. (Though, high hashers are more than welcome to join!)

The pool is a proprietary PPLNS type system, it's PPLNS+Loyalty/PPS.

How PPLNS+Loyalty/PPS works is that if your miner (which we can see from the backend) has a high active rate you will be awarded when a block is found your proportionate BTC.

How the Loyalty bonus works, is that if at any point a miner is inactive for 48 hours, and not keeping their 3 hour hash rate at their average, their shares are then thrown into the "Pool Shares" category.  Ultimately it would pretty much detour any long duration pool hopping in a sense that would not really be worth while to mine at a really high hash-rate and then leave after getting X amount of shares, leaving the rest of the pool miners to finish finding that block.  However, it does allow you to pool hop to a small degree because the 48 hour window is available.  I don't want to put down the rule of saying you have to mine here and no where else, but for the security of those who do mine actively with us are then covered by that small duration window of allowable pool hopping because those miners would be coming back on a fairly consistent basis, thus making it still efficient for everyone.

How the "Pool Shares" work, is that any miner that is inactive for 48 hours, those shares are added to the "Pool Shares", then simply deducted from the total shares during the calculation for the payouts and the user will be removed from the list, to keep it clean.  If the miner joins again later on, then they would simply be added back but with a 0 share balance.  You can figure out the PPLNS+Loyalty/PPS when following the calculations below:

Block_Income / (Pool_Round_Shares - Pool_Shares) which would give you the PPS which then you would take the PPS * Worker_Shares and it then gives you the total of what you mined on top of any bonuses from miners who stopped mining in the pool for more than 48 hours.

What makes us different? Simple. Our payout system.. We punish long duration pool hoppers, it's understandable and unreasonable to think pool hopping is a bad idea.  We all want to make as much money as possible mining, right?  I feel that 48 hours is long enough to pool hop back and forth.  If you do pool hop, the length of time is recorded on the activity rate in the database so if you left the pool for 48 hours, you would have to mine at least 48 hours and 1 second for example to not lose your shares.

I'm doing this to discourage long duration pool hopping so that the pool will be efficient and have a constant hash rate and to make it successful for everyone.  So even if the pool gets a rouge miner who mines for 6 hours at 1TH/s and never comes back, his shares after 48 hours are submitted to the "Pool Shares" to be deducted from the total round shares, giving you more BTC!

The pool does have to wait for 120 confirmations before funds can be disbursed among the active miners, so there is a small wait time of somewhere between 12 and 24 hours before the payout would take place.  (I initially thought we might take from the total pools funds, like 2% of each block found until we have 100% or 25~ BTC for instant payouts as it would eventually just be the pool buffer for instant payouts.  Might be a little bit of a headache at first but the pool wouldn't keep those funds, even if we shutdown those funds would be split between all the current active miners, encouraging members to stay even longer!)

The pool has a 0% fee, though donations are always welcome:
BTC Address: 1EF9HUfdLqK5zeszv49u7oLiUJznjrcwev  (or in my signature!)

To connect to BTCMiners.net you simply need the following information:

Hostname: http://stratum.btcminers.net
Port: 3334
Username: Your BTC Address
Password: Anything You'd Like

If you use command based mining software you would connect with the Hostname as follows:  Hostname: http://stratum.btcminers.net:3334

If you're using a GUI, more than likely the first way of connecting and simply just plugging in those values will get you up and running!

I hope to see some miners here soon.  I am working on the website, at least the stats that are necessary are showing but will be working on having more statistics available in the near future as the pool progresses.

If you have any questions on how the PPLNS+Loyalty/PPS works that wasn't explained to your satisfaction, please do not hesitate to PM me so I can help better explain; however, I'm hoping it was sufficient! Wink


Original Topic:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=293273.msg3140882#msg3140882

Hope to see some new miners!!

Happy Hashing,
BTCMiners.net
3  Bitcoin / Pools / [~25.5 TH] New Pool | 0% Fees | VARDIFF | ASIC Ready | PPLNS+Loyalty/PPS on: September 12, 2013, 11:06:53 PM
www.BTCMiners.net

We're a new smaller pool working to become medium sized at first to make sure the server can handle the load of traffic in it's current configuration along with making sure the connection is capable of handling the requests that would be incoming and outgoing. (Though, high hashers are more than welcome to join!)

The pool is a proprietary PPLNS type system, it's PPLNS+Loyalty/PPS.

How PPLNS+Loyalty/PPS works is that if your miner (which we can see from the backend) has a high active rate you will be awarded when a block is found your proportionate BTC.

How the Loyalty bonus works, is that if at any point a miner is inactive for 48 hours, and not keeping their 3 hour hash rate at their average, their shares are then thrown into the "Pool Shares" category.  Ultimately it would pretty much detour any long duration pool hopping in a sense that would not really be worth while to mine at a really high hash-rate and then leave after getting X amount of shares, leaving the rest of the pool miners to finish finding that block.  However, it does allow you to pool hop to a small degree because the 48 hour window is available.  I don't want to put down the rule of saying you have to mine here and no where else, but for the security of those who do mine actively with us are then covered by that small duration window of allowable pool hopping because those miners would be coming back on a fairly consistent basis, thus making it still efficient for everyone.

How the "Pool Shares" work, is that any miner that is inactive for 48 hours, those shares are added to the "Pool Shares", then simply deducted from the total shares during the calculation for the payouts and the user will be removed from the list, to keep it clean.  If the miner joins again later on, then they would simply be added back but with a 0 share balance.  You can figure out the PPLNS+Loyalty/PPS when following the calculations below:

Block_Income / (Pool_Round_Shares - Pool_Shares) which would give you the PPS which then you would take the PPS * Worker_Shares and it then gives you the total of what you mined on top of any bonuses from miners who stopped mining in the pool for more than 48 hours.

What makes us different? Simple. Our payout system.. We punish long duration pool hoppers, it's understandable and unreasonable to think pool hopping is a bad idea.  We all want to make as much money as possible mining, right?  I feel that 48 hours is long enough to pool hop back and forth.  If you do pool hop, the length of time is recorded on the activity rate in the database so if you left the pool for 48 hours, you would have to mine at least 48 hours and 1 second for example to not lose your shares.

I'm doing this to discourage long duration pool hopping so that the pool will be efficient and have a constant hash rate and to make it successful for everyone.  So even if the pool gets a rouge miner who mines for 6 hours at 1TH/s and never comes back, his shares after 48 hours are submitted to the "Pool Shares" to be deducted from the total round shares, giving you more BTC!

The pool does have to wait for 120 confirmations before funds can be disbursed among the active miners, so there is a small wait time of somewhere between 12 and 24 hours before the payout would take place.  (I initially thought we might take from the total pools funds, like 2% of each block found until we have 100% or 25~ BTC for instant payouts as it would eventually just be the pool buffer for instant payouts.  Might be a little bit of a headache at first but the pool wouldn't keep those funds, even if we shutdown those funds would be split between all the current active miners, encouraging members to stay even longer!)

The pool has a 0% fee, though donations are always welcome:
BTC Address: 1EF9HUfdLqK5zeszv49u7oLiUJznjrcwev  (or in my signature!)

To connect to BTCMiners.net you simply need the following information:

Hostname: http://stratum.btcminers.net
Port: 3334
Username: Your BTC Address
Password: Anything You'd Like

If you use command based mining software you would connect with the Hostname as follows:  Hostname: http://stratum.btcminers.net:3334

If you're using a GUI, more than likely the first way of connecting and simply just plugging in those values will get you up and running!

I hope to see some miners here soon.  I am working on the website, at least the stats that are necessary are showing but will be working on having more statistics available in the near future as the pool progresses.

If you have any questions on how the PPLNS+Loyalty/PPS works that wasn't explained to your satisfaction, please do not hesitate to PM me so I can help better explain; however, I'm hoping it was sufficient! Wink


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Cloud Hashing Purchase Stats:

Rolling out statistics to be updated as often as possible.

35 TH/s total

12 GH Purchased

34.988 TH/s Remaining

Happy Hashing,
BTCMiners.net
4  Economy / Currency exchange / EVE Online ISK for BTC? on: August 27, 2013, 11:08:47 PM
I live in wormhole space for those who do play.  I'm willing to undercut the competition out there by some.  1 Billion ISK for 0.20 BTC

I'm on nearly all the time, my character's name is Adaryian, please feel free to contact me in game in regards to this all! Smiley

o7
5  Economy / Lending / Need a loan on: August 27, 2013, 02:51:01 PM
I'm looking to finish the expansion of my set of block eruptors.  I need 5 more, making it a total of 2.5 BTC however, to start small, I'm currently 0.2 BTC away from being able to buy my 3rd one.

So.. The loan is one of the following:

A.)
Loan for 0.2 BTC + Interest (Please include interest amount per week, as I am trying not to use my USD for my mining equipment..)

B.)
Loan for 2.5 BTC to complete my set, perhaps multiple or single investors but a longer timeline payment plan w/ interest on a monthly scale.


In either scenario, I would be paying weekly whatever BTC I have.  Currently I'm hashing at 6.5 GH/s so I do make some BTC.

If someone wants to pick up plan A.) please post below and send me a PM with details, please no 100% interest or something absurd.
If someone or multiple people would like to pick up plan B.) PM me and we can work out any details to satisfy your needs to ensure you'll be repaid.

As of right now, I'd be happy with a 0.2 BTC loan, but am wanting to finish the BE set, even though they may not be worth it.. they're cool, I have the 7 Port USB hub and am building a custom case for them to be installed in with fans and vent holes on the opposite side.

Thanks for reading! Smiley
6  Other / Beginners & Help / Mining on P2Pool-style Pool -- NO FEES!! -- on: August 26, 2013, 12:11:42 PM
Hello, get your miner out and put these in the required places it calls for them.

w/ GUI Mining Software:

Hostname: http://btcminers.net
Port: 3306
Username: Your_Bitcoin_Address+Difficulty#
Password: x


Command Line Software:
-Add a new pool, insert the following:
Hostname/URL: http://btcminers.net:9332
Username: Your_Bitcoin_Address+Difficulty#
Password: x

Come join in on P2Pool!
7  Economy / Goods / Don't Starve Steam CD Key For Sale on: August 21, 2013, 02:57:31 PM
Bought an extra copy for a friend, he didn't want it.. I then decided to offer it as a bonus for a previous pool I was running but I shut that down.. SO, I have a legitimate cd key for "Don't Starve" for sale, cheaper than Steam has it.

Price: BTC0.10

PM me if interested.
8  Economy / Currency exchange / {WTB} - 10BTC on: August 19, 2013, 05:56:16 PM
I would like to try to acquire 10BTC for $1020 (Which as of this post is $1 more as well), please only reputable members will be accepted with feedback.  I would like to pay via Google Checkout, so it will add security from both of our ends. 

I would be willing to send first if you have good feedback otherwise, because I do have some positive feedback from previous selling amounts, I would want the BTC first then I would pay directly after. (That is, if you have no rep.)

Please include your fees so $1020 + % = $1,xxx

Thanks,
BTCMiners.net
9  Bitcoin / Pools / Closed. on: August 15, 2013, 12:24:04 AM
Hello everyone,

Opening a new pool.  It's on the "construction" phase of the front end.  Looking for other developers who would be interested in running the pool with me as well.  I'm covering the server expense out of pocket, looking for other members who can code and help work on website, any success will be equally shared between all original members.

As for miners, there is a "generic" status page for you to see the actual details you need.  

Again, this is a very new pool and needs members to hash and to code! It's all free of charge, no fees.

Hostname: stratum.btcminers.net
Port: 3333
Username: BTCAddress
Password: AnythingYouWant

No registration will ever be required, your Bitcoin address is your username.

Basic stats page:

http://stratum.btcminers.net:8889

10  Other / Beginners & Help / Anyone here play LOTRO? on: August 09, 2013, 03:50:32 PM
If so, server and character name?

Windfola -> Worthlessburg
11  Bitcoin / Pools / Mine at BTCMiners.net! - Pool Bonuses / vardiff / stratum / P2Pool on: August 07, 2013, 04:47:08 PM
We have four different nodes with BTCMiners.net!

Please visit our website, http://www.BTCMiners.net/ for nodes closest to you.

-San Francisco, CA - http://LA.BTCMiners.net:9332/
-Indianapolis, IN - http://INDY.BTCMiners.net:9332/
-New York City, NY - http://NYC.BTCMiners.net:9332/
-Amsterdam, NL - http://EU.BTCMiners.net:9332/

All nodes have a 0.25% fee to pay for server bills, all excess fees accumulated will be re-distributed back into the P2Pool miners, or will be used at add new nodes elsewhere!



To connect to our servers, choose which location is the closest to you and below are the following settings:

Hostname: URL_LOCATION:9332
Username: Bitcoin_Address+DifficultyValue
Password: Anything

Most Common Difficulty Values:
----------------
1
2
4
8
16
32
64
128
256
512
1024
2048


If there is any questions, please feel free to reply in the thread or send us a PM!

Thanks,
BTCMiners.net
12  Other / Beginners & Help / Mine at BTCMiners.net! - Pool Bonuses / vardiff / stratum / P2Pool on: August 04, 2013, 11:43:56 PM
We have four different nodes with BTCMiners.net!

Please visit our website, http://www.BTCMiners.net/ for nodes closest to you.

-San Francisco, CA - http://LA.BTCMiners.net:9332/
-Indianapolis, IN - http://INDY.BTCMiners.net:9332/
-New York City, NY - http://NYC.BTCMiners.net:9332/
-Amsterdam, NL - http://EU.BTCMiners.net:9332/

All nodes have a 0.25% fee to pay for server bills, all excess fees accumulated will be re-distributed back into the P2Pool miners, or will be used at add new nodes elsewhere!



To connect to our servers, choose which location is the closest to you and below are the following settings:

Hostname: URL_LOCATION:9332
Username: Bitcoin_Address+DifficultyValue
Password: Anything

Most Common Difficulty Values:
----------------
1
2
4
8
16
32
64
128
256
512
1024
2048


If there is any questions, please feel free to reply in the thread or send us a PM!

Thanks,
BTCMiners.net
13  Economy / Games and rounds / Small Bet - Winner Takes All on: July 30, 2013, 11:10:03 PM
Looking to improve my trust standing on the forums here, so doing a little small bet, winner takes all drawing.

10 Tickets worth ~$10 in total, nothing much.  Each entry is 0.01 BTC and only one entry per participant.  Each participant must be at least a "Full Member" and will pull a number from Random.org for the winner.

If interested, send BTC to: 1GgoukTsWM62Etp5xRrYrYo4aTfJ6FXnv6 and reply to thread with TX ID.

Good luck to all! Smiley
14  Other / Beginners & Help / Testing on: July 30, 2013, 02:45:05 AM
Testing a lock thread to see if I can still modify.  


--Confirmed.  Just was testing.
15  Bitcoin / Pools / **UPDATED** Current P2Pool Server List on: July 30, 2013, 02:12:05 AM
P2Pool Nodes

Last Update: October 25th, 2013
(Hoping for this to become stickied, so that the old P2Pool list can be locked and die since it's not being updated.)

To become listed above everyone else as a "premium node", please message me so that we can set something up.  I would like to offer up to 2 spots of "premium listings" for a week/month long duration.


Format to PM to me to get added to list.  List is checked weekly for dead pools and is updated daily/weekly.
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City/State  |  Website  |  Fee  |  Coin Mined  |  Pool Name  |  Pool Operator



North America
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California, USA | http://disco.cn.mu:9332 | 0.0% | BTC  | P2Pool | freshzive
Seattle, WA | http://BitcoinMining.Co:9332 | 0.0% | BTC | Bitcoin Mining Co | N Moore
Monterrey/NL | http://bitcoin.p2pool.mx:9332 | 0% | BTC | P2Pool MX | amex4152
Atlanta, GA | http://ask.gxsnmp.org:9332 | 0.5% | BTC | P2Pool | centove
San Jose, CA | http://p2pool.dlnetworks.net:9332 | 1.0% | BTC | P2Pool | DopeLabs
Chesterfield, MO | http://ltc.xpool.net:9327 | 1.0% | LTC | xpool.net | CartmanSPC
Chesterfield, MO | http://dgc.xpool.net:8810 | 1.0% | DGC | xpool.net | CartmanSPC
Chesterfield, MO | http://wdc.xpool.net:8820 | 1.0% | WDC | xpool.net | CartmanSPC
Chesterfield, MO | http://crc.xpool.net:8830 | 1.0% | CRC | xpool.net | CartmanSPC
Monterrey/NL | http://litecoin.p2pool.mx:9327 | 1.0% | LTC | P2Pool MX | amex4152
Chesterfield, MO | http://csc.xpool.net:8840 | 2.0% | CSC | xpool.net | CartmanSPC
Virginia, USA | http://mining.all-aboutbitcoins.com:9332/ | 2.0% | BTC | P2Pool | roadsterreplica



Europe
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Falenstein, Germany | http://5.9.24.81:9332 | 0.0% | BTC | P2Pool | zvs
Leeds, UK | http://p2coins.com:9332 | 0.0% | BTC | P2Pool | ktbken
Netherlands | http://elizium.name | 0.0% | BTC | P2Pool | semaster
Germany | http://p2p00l.de:9332 | 0.0% | BTC | p2p00l.de | CeeCee
Bayern, Germany | http://p2pool.mjke.de:9332 | 0.1% | BTC | P2Pool | ebereon
Wales/UK | http://iyftech.zapto.org:9332 | 0.5% | BTC | P2pool | IYFTech
Turin, Italy | http://p2pool.soon.it:9332 | 0.5% | BTC | P2Pool | spiccioli
Poland | http://rav3n.dtdns.net:9327 | 0.5% | LTC | P2Pool | rav3n_pl
Poland | http://rav3n.dtdns.net:9322 | 0.5% | TRC | P2Pool | rav3n_pl
Poland | http://rav3n.dtdns.net:9332 | 0.5% | BTC | P2Pool | rav3n_pl
London (UK) | http://btcpool.ukbmg.com:9332 | 0.9% | BTC | UKBMG-P2Pool | astutiumRob
Germany | nastyfans.org:9332 | 0.9% | BTC | NastyPool | nonnakip
Cologne, Germany | http://p2pool-cologne.dyndns.org:9332 | 1.0% | BTC | P2Pool | Subo1977
Dublin, Ireland | http://mining.harvestcoin.com:9332 | 1.0% | BTC | Harvestcoin | furball
Dublin, Ireland | http://mining.harvestcoin.com:9327 | 1.0% | LTC | Harvestcoin | furball
Amsterdam, NL | http://p00l.co:9332 | 1.0% | BTC | P00l.co | Ka [0.5% Pool, 0.5% Author]
Amsterdam, NL | http://p00l.co:9327 | 1.0% | LTC | P00l.co | Ka [0.5% Pool, 0.5% Author]
Amsterdam, NL   http://p00l.co:17335 | 1.0% | Zetacoin | P00l.co | Ka [0.5% Pool, 0.5% Author]
Poland | http://rav3n.dtdns.net:9374 | 1.0% | ZET | P2Pool | rav3n_pl
Poland | http://rav3n.dtdns.net:9377 | 1.0% | WDC | P2Pool | rav3n_pl
Poland | http://rav3n.dtdns.net:8810 | 1.0% | DGC | P2Pool | rav3n_pl
Poland | http://rav3n.dtdns.net:8645 | 1.0% | CAP | P2Pool | rav3n_pl
Poland | http://rav3n.dtdns.net:8239 | 1.0% | NVC | P2Pool | rav3n_pl
Poland | http://rav3n.dtdns.net:9638 | 1.0% | FRC | P2Pool | rav3n_pl
Amsterdam, NL | http://p2pool.thebitcoindaily.com:9332 | 1.0% | BTC | P2Pool | tjopper
Norwich, UK | http://philicibine.no-ip.org:9332 | 1% | BTC | p2pool | philicibine
Amsterdam, NL | http://litecoinp2pool.com:9327 | 2.0% | LTC | litecoinp2pool.com | seocrow


Russia
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Barnaul, Russia | http://fsb4000.no-ip.biz:9332 | 0.0% | BTC | P2Pool | fsb4000


Australia
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Melbourne, Victoria | http://p2pool.airbred.com:9332 | 0.5% | BTC | Hum | paulkoan
Adelaide, Australia | http://cryptominer.org:9332 | 100.0% | BTC | CryptoMiner | daemondazz **Operating as pool, see http://cryptominer.org/bitcoin/** Per Operators Request.
Adelaide, Australia | http://cryptominer.org:9322 | 1.0% | TRC | CryptoMiner | daemondazz
Adelaide, Australia | http://cryptominer.org:9327 | 1.0% | LTC | CryptoMiner | daemondazz


Asia
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Philippines | http://p2pool.bitcoinphil.com:9332 | 0.0% | BTC  | P2Pool | xxaudioxx
China | http://bitcoin.p2pool.co.in:9332 | 2.0% | BTC | P2Pool.co.in | walf_man
China | http://litecoin.p2pool.co.in:9327 | 2.0% | LTC | P2Pool.co.in | walf_man NEEDS UPGRADED!
China | http://terracoin.p2pool.co.in:9322 | 2.0% | TRC | P2Pool.co.in | walf_man
16  Bitcoin / Mining speculation / Was lurking... 3TH ASIC Rig in the making?? on: July 25, 2013, 05:45:52 AM
Was lurking 4chan.  Came across this:

http://boards.4chan.org/g/res/35514390

SO FAR, it's Bitcoin related.  But it's 4chan, so I cannot promise it will stay Bitcoin related....  we'll just assume it's NSFW just to play it safe, but it is in the technology area, which generally isn't /b/ ha

EDIT: In case you don't want to visit 4chan, the website it www.xenergylabs.com
17  Other / Beginners & Help / [RAFFLE] Virtually Rent My Jalapeno for 30 days! on: July 24, 2013, 01:01:05 AM
I have a raffle going on to rent my Jalapeno to mine for you for 30 days for 0.01 BTC.  500 entries, it mines on average around 5,500 - 5,700 MH/s.

Topic found below..

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=261499.msg2791636#msg2791636
18  Economy / Games and rounds / [RAFFLE] Virtually Rent My Jalapeno for 30 days! on: July 24, 2013, 12:57:55 AM
Okay, so here's my plan.  Each entry costs 0.01 BTC.

- There will be 500 'tickets' which will net me sub 5 BTC with tx fees, so somewhere in the 4.8 to 4.99 BTC area.  (Somewhat in the area of the probability.  It average hashes around 5,500 - 5,700 MH/s)

- I will mine at the winners choice of pool, and the miner will have a pretty reliable uptime due to the fact that I work at home and am nearly always around my computer.

- You can buy any number of entries that you would like.  Each entry, again is 0.01 BTC, so if I get a tx of 0.07 that means that's 7 entries and you will have 7 consecutive entries into the drawing.

- The minimum buy in is 1 ticket and the maximum is the remaining amount of tickets available.  I will update this as often as possible with addresses and ticket numbers/ranges and update the remaining tickets left.

- The raffle will go on until 500 tickets are purchased or until September 1st, 2013 at which time either it has reached a "break even" on my end, or if not refunds will be given to everyone who has entered.

- Winning number will be chosen from Random.org via 3rd party to ensure no cheating takes place!

- Downtime should be extremely minimal, very reliable connection 50+ Mbps Down 10+ Mbps Up.  AMD 3.33GHz Hex Core, 32GB Memory.

- (Other terms to be added if necessary.  Didn't want to add a disclosure, as it should be pretty simple and straight forward.  You won't OWN it, you'll be virtually renting it for 30 days.)

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To buy the raffle ticket(s), send your BTC coinage to: 1DPvXip7XEdMvTK1LEKDYEypCcW9uGAaXJ

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Tickets Remaining: 494


Entries:
******

1RichGe5xNJuMk6F84JqTjn6rwovvDe79 - #001 - #006
19  Bitcoin / Pools / BTCMiners.net - P2Pool PPLNS - 0.25% Fee (Incentive Based!) on: July 23, 2013, 07:29:45 AM
Adding BTCMiners.net to the list!

As you can guess we are mining BTC only at this point.  There is a 0.25% fee, this is to prepare the funds for our co-location hosting in Kansas City which is $50/month.  We think this is a reasonable fee providing we're doing the hosting and upkeep of software as needed.

Version 13.2 - Avalon/ASIC Supported!

Miners Available:
https://bitcointalk.org/?topic=3878.0 - https://github.com/downloads/Kiv/poclbm/guiminer-20121203.exe *Windows Version*
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=168174.0 - http://luke.dashjr.org/programs/bitcoin/files/bfgminer/3.1.3/bfgminer-3.1.3-win32.zip *Windows 32 Bit Version*
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=168174.0 - http://luke.dashjr.org/programs/bitcoin/files/bfgminer/3.1.3/bfgminer-3.1.3-win64.zip *Windows 64 Bit Version*

To mine with us, point your miner to:

http://btcminers.net:9332

Your username would be your Bitcoin address and the password would be anything you would like.

Any additional income from fees outside of the minimum required amount needed for the server's datacenter will be once a month split between all the users equally!  So everyone who mines with us gets a monthly bonus, yay! Smiley

Any questions, please inbox me!

Happy mining,
BTCMiners.net
20  Other / Beginners & Help / New P2Pool Server --0% Fees, Fast Connection, Fast Server-- on: July 20, 2013, 11:14:56 PM
Adding BTCMiners.net to the list!

As you can guess we are mining BTC only at this point.  There is a 0% fee and we have a very fast connection to most of the Eastern USA, Midwest, Southern and some Western parts of the USA.  The server is hosted in Indianapolis, IN with 50+ Mbps downstream connection and a 30Mbps+ upstream connection on a dedicated server.

Miners Available:
https://bitcointalk.org/?topic=3878.0 - https://github.com/downloads/Kiv/poclbm/guiminer-20121203.exe *Windows Version*
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=168174.0 - http://luke.dashjr.org/programs/bitcoin/files/bfgminer/3.1.3/bfgminer-3.1.3-win32.zip *Windows 32 Bit Version*
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=168174.0 - http://luke.dashjr.org/programs/bitcoin/files/bfgminer/3.1.3/bfgminer-3.1.3-win64.zip *Windows 64 Bit Version*

Version 13.2 - Avalon/ASIC Supported!

To mine with us, point your miner to:

Host: http://BTCMiners.net:9332
Username: BitcoinAddress+DifficultyVariable
Password: WhateverYouWouldLike

**Explanation of "DifficultyVariable" in the 'Username' column.**
For 1GH/s and below use: BitcoinAddress+1
Between 2GH/s and 3GH/s use: BitcoinAddress+2
Between 3GH/s and 4GH/s use: BitcoinAddress+4
Between 4GH/ and 5GH/s use: BitcoinAddress+6


(Basically add 1 difficulty rating per GH/s in intervals of 2 respectively.  This should alleviate some bandwidth concerns and also give us a pseudo higher GH/s local rate which should in turn yield us more shares.)  

Any additional income from fees outside of the minimum required amount needed for the server's upkeep will be once a month split between all the users (locally connected) equally!  So everyone who mines with us gets a monthly bonus, yay! Smiley

Any questions, please inbox me!

Happy mining,
BTCMiners.net
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