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21  Economy / Marketplace / Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com chance is in your hands [honest game] on: May 13, 2011, 12:31:24 AM
vitsum I have sent you a private message, and will appreciate hearing from you ASAP in regards to it.

Thank you.
22  Economy / Marketplace / Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com win up to 5x your bet [MD5 honesty control] on: May 12, 2011, 05:25:29 AM
They both seem to have gotten "lost"  awaiting a response from mybitcoin.
23  Economy / Marketplace / Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com win up to 5x your bet [MD5 honesty control] on: May 12, 2011, 04:42:59 AM
ID 364.  Sent this in a PM about an hour ago as well.  Look forward to your help.  I opened "Put 1 btc into account" in two tabs, filled in the captcha in each of the screens, and sent one bitcoin to each of the addresses it generated.  After I clicked continue it waited for a while and then said it could not find my transaction.

Also, I am about to send you a PM with the bitcoin addresses I sent the coins to.
24  Economy / Marketplace / Re: Bitcoin-Kamikaze.com win up to 5x your bet [MD5 honesty control] on: May 12, 2011, 03:59:42 AM
I recently tried to add 2btc (2 deposits of 1btc each) to my account and they never showed up.  Waiting to hear what's up.
25  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: Cooperative mining (160Ghash/s) on: March 28, 2011, 10:58:47 PM
By my estimation, the average should actually be above the current difficulty.

If the range of the possible number of shares is from 1 - infinity  (if the transactions being worked on continue changing over time, then it could be infinite, it is VERY remotely possible for there to be a block that is never solved)

and the current difficulty is only: 68978.8924579

Many more blocks will take longer than the "expected" amount of time, which is simply an estimated amount of time to represent the group as a whole having spent enough time to generate a single full difficulty block.  Each hash you calculate has an equal chance of being the right one, form the very first, to the last one you allow your computer to check they all have an equal chance of being the lucky one.  It taking a long time to solve a block does not actually mean that we are necessarily any closer to solving one.  Therefore, with the likelihood of extreme outliers in any data with a large enough sample, the average time will end up being higher than the difficulty as a result of a few extreme cases.

I'm sure there are several miner [sic] mistakes in there, but the concept is reasonably accurate I think.

Also:  I like puns.
26  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: Cooperative mining (130Ghash/s) on: March 19, 2011, 12:08:04 PM
It seems that the pool generated two instances of block 114114 according to the stats page, but one of them is a link to 114115 in block explorer.
27  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: The Pay it Forward Project. on: December 19, 2010, 08:06:16 PM
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