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Author Topic: [DOWN] Bitlc.net - P2SH, No invalid blocks, Custom payouts, EU, 0% fee, LP  (Read 170898 times)
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July 12, 2011, 09:56:01 AM
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that is correct, sometimes it takes a while to solve a block when sometimes it does not take long like last block

Previous round duration 29 minutes

the more gh/s the pool has the faster blocks will be solved. (mostly)
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July 12, 2011, 10:16:23 AM
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Account reactivated, stop whining now - I have more important things to do.
This sucks. Make a decision and stick with it.
All you have done now is invite the endless whining when the next cry baby finds something he or she does not like.

Ban the bastards and keep em banned.
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July 12, 2011, 11:04:40 AM
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This sucks. Make a decision and stick with it.
All you have done now is invite the endless whining when the next cry baby finds something he or she does not like.

Ban the bastards and keep em banned.
If you like people who ban the customers they don't like and take their money, why not just stick with Paypal?
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July 12, 2011, 05:55:33 PM
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Current round CDF already passed 100% probability of hitting block again... (Except last time admin verified this as an error & 3 separate rounds)

CDF 99.999% = 1564057*5=8133906 shares

CDF 100.00% at 8,6M+

Current= 1564057*6.393= 10,000,000+ shares

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July 12, 2011, 06:14:42 PM
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Current round CDF already passed 100% probability of hitting block again... (Except last time admin verified this as an error & 3 separate rounds)

CDF 99.999% = 1564057*5=8133906 shares

CDF 100.00% at 8,6M+

Current= 1564057*6.393= 10,000,000+ shares

You can't reach 100%. exp(-x) > 0

It's at 99.83% http://www.google.de/#sclient=psy&q=1+-+exp(-10%5E7%2F1563027)&fp=1

BTW: Congratulations to your 10M shares. Has anyone seen a higher count somewhere?
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July 12, 2011, 06:39:52 PM
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No, deepbit is second at 7.5m shares (I have all pool maximums stored for comparison). There is no pool that has gone to 10 million shares in a single round

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July 12, 2011, 07:55:49 PM
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No, deepbit is second at 7.5m shares (I have all pool maximums stored for comparison). There is no pool that has gone to 10 million shares in a single round

BitPit was at >8m in their most recent round.

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July 12, 2011, 08:16:44 PM
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BitPit was at >8m in their most recent round.

That's possible, doesn't display in public or registered acc. status though so I don't have any logs on that pool.

It does show 15 days as the last round duration

ps. Bitcoins.lc solved the block at 10.3M shares (of which a bit over 10m valid).

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July 12, 2011, 08:41:38 PM
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Current round CDF already passed 100% probability of hitting block again... (Except last time admin verified this as an error & 3 separate rounds)

CDF 99.999% = 1564057*5=8133906 shares

CDF 100.00% at 8,6M+

Current= 1564057*6.393= 10,000,000+ shares

You can't reach 100%. exp(-x) > 0

It's at 99.83% http://www.google.de/#sclient=psy&q=1+-+exp(-10%5E7%2F1563027)&fp=1

BTW: Congratulations to your 10M shares. Has anyone seen a higher count somewhere?

What are the numbers and formula you are using here? Certainly claiming the probability is over 100% is math fail, but the correct answer for the probability is not this either. If you want to let Google do the math for you, it is a

100 * ((1 - 0.0000000000000001489590023459044440534704278888966655358)^(560 * 1 000 000 000 * 60 * 60 * 20)) = 1.13740682

probability of not solving a round until 20 hours, at 560Ghash/s. (that's 1.137%)  With this probability, it is certainly reasonable to have one in the total 266 rounds done by the pool since its start be this length. Difficult difficulty is difficult.

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July 12, 2011, 09:18:16 PM
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There is no pool that has gone to 10 million shares in a single round

ps. Bitcoins.lc solved the block at 10.3M shares (of which a bit over 10m valid).
In other words. This block was the most difficult block ever solved?

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July 12, 2011, 09:42:11 PM
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There is no pool that has gone to 10 million shares in a single round

ps. Bitcoins.lc solved the block at 10.3M shares (of which a bit over 10m valid).
In other words. This block was the most difficult block ever solved?

The round was what you would call "unlucky", not difficult. The pool members had what might be the most unlucky round yet in a big pool, certainly the most unlucky at the current Bitcoin difficulty setting, submitting 10,048,350 difficulty 1 block hashes (called shares) before finding one that was also the full difficulty, 1,563,028. It took 6.4x as many shares compared to an average round to find a full difficulty hash of a Bitcoin block. That's about 43,157,000,000,000,000 SHA hashes computed.

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July 13, 2011, 11:31:03 AM
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is it just me or are the status f*cked up?

Previous round started at Wednesday 13 Jul 13:03:54 CEST
Previous round finished at Wednesday 13 Jul 12:22:42 CEST
Previous round duration -1 years, 12 months
Valid shares for previous round 0
Shares for previous round 0
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July 13, 2011, 11:34:08 AM
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- me too 1 year and 12 months

- why don't you make payment with 8 decimals?
If I want to change of pool I have to let some BTC on your server this is not "fair"
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July 13, 2011, 11:34:28 AM
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It also skipped a round.
It said user 'user680' or something found a block but other stats didn't update. Then it says user 'overload' found a block & it shows 1 year and 12 months.

I hate to think something is going on like the 2nd last long block during which, in fact 3 different blocks were found (& admins decided to posthumously pay them)

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July 13, 2011, 11:36:07 AM
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Tho the payment stats are working fine:

 
Received Block 136068 - Wednesday 13 Jul 13:11:09 CEST
Based upon 136 valid shares.
+0.00852497
 
Received Block 136051 - Wednesday 13 Jul 12:11:07 CEST
Based upon 33 valid shares.
+0.00878720
 
Received Block 136049 - Wednesday 13 Jul 11:11:07 CEST
Based upon 86 valid shares.
+0.00795939
 
Received Block 136037 - Wednesday 13 Jul 10:11:12 CEST
Based upon 150 valid shares.
+0.00483030
 
Received Block 135993 - Wednesday 13 Jul 05:11:11 CEST
Based upon 3 valid shares.
+0.00015833
 
Received Block 135978 - Wednesday 13 Jul 03:11:16 CEST
Based upon 287 valid shares.
+0.00553786
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July 13, 2011, 01:05:35 PM
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Wonder who found blocks 136008 and 136060.
It's not BTC Guild, deepbit, slush or several other pools.

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July 13, 2011, 01:10:55 PM
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Wonder who found blocks 136008 and 136060.
It's not BTC Guild, deepbit, slush or several other pools.


a solo miner ?
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July 13, 2011, 10:46:40 PM
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Wonder who found blocks 136008 and 136060.
It's not BTC Guild, deepbit, slush or several other pools.



Well, logic would dictate that it would be .... the same people who always find blocks that aren't found by BTCGuild, deepbit, slush, & other pools.  It either has to be another pool that doesn't publish its stats, or someone with either: balls of steel, feeling lucky, or in control of lots of hashing power. (describing a solo miner)

We all get used to the whole public stats thing provided by pools, and we almost forget that those are just a courtesy, people don't have to tell you anything (you know, the whole anonymous part of bitcoin)

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July 13, 2011, 11:14:43 PM
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I think that we have to create a sort of wiki where it is written each block found and the name of the pool
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July 13, 2011, 11:58:16 PM
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Hi guys!

Sorry for the lack of updates today. I've been busy as always working with code, issues and those blocks.
The issue with -1year blocks was because they came in the wrong order to the script.

It was a issue with me missing to reverse the array before feeding it into the script - so the newest block were parsed first, not the oldest.
That issue was solved a few hours ago, since then I've worked with trying to parse out backups of the database (shares table) to restore the missing shares for 136012.

I have not succeeded doing so yet, so I'm turning to the alternative - payout double for the round after it. How would you guys feel about that?

The rest of the blocks, and the block detection itself is tested against testnet for the past 12h and should work perfectly now. With duplicated blocks, with orphan ones and multiple in the "wrong" order (they are sorted correctly in either way)

So - the only block not paid for is 136012. Everything else is up and running, working fine and without any issues.

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