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May 27, 2011, 05:37:00 AM
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Support thread -post here: http://bitclockers.com/forums/

BitClockers.com is a Bitcoin community mining pool,the folks here at BitClockers.com are willing to help get you started. We have forums and live chat where fellow users and admins are available to help with any questions you might have. If we don't have a feature you want, let us know! We're actively developing our services every day.

BitClockers.com Features:







  • We take account security seriously; that is why we are the first and only pool to provide Google Authenticator 2-Factor authentication FREE!
  • We provide LIVE statistics, graphs, and API data; get the latest data for your miners every page load!
    • Merged Mining with NameCoins for maximized profits!
    • FREE Video Card Overclocking Guides and Step by Step Guides for Miner Setup and Optimization on the clean and friendly BitClockers.com Forums.
    • Get help the second you need it; BitClockers provides instant Live Chat support!
    • Worker Watchdog - you can be notified by email if any of your miners pass preset limits. Such as: hash rate, rejected shares, and last seen.
    • We support the latest in mining pool tech; including Long Polling(+LP) for reduced stale shares and increased efficiency.
    • Namecoins are paid proportionally at the end of a block.  payout = user_shares / total_block_shares * 49
    • Bitcoins are paid out instantly per share. A 8% PPS fee is charged for providing the preferred variance and best support and server uptimes in the industry.
    • Truly Instant Payouts; Get your BTC when you need it! No wait times, no transaction fees, and best of all we pay the TX fee to get your BTC to you even FASTER!
    • JSON format API for pool, account, and worker status information.
    • Live pool and account status signature images.
    • *hop proof PPS reward system
    • Block Explorer Links
    • Pool development thread to track features and their progress
    • Keep Signed In
    • Multiple datacenters for speed and redundancy. Servers in Denver & Chicago, USA
    • BitClockers.com is fully encrypted and signed with a registered SSL Certficate for privacy and enhanced account security.
    • Friendly and active IRC channel with Live pool and worker statistics. chat.freenode.net: #bitclockers




    Getting Started with Bitclockers.com:
    1. Register an account with Bitclockers.com and setup worker accounts on the Dashboard. You can use the same worker username/password for multiple miners.
    2. Join your miner to the pool; the hostname is pool.bitclockers.com the port is 8332 and the username and password is that of the worker you created BitClockers.com.
       - We recommend installing GUIMiner by kiv for those that are new to mining.
          Command line: none needed. You can find a complete step-by-step guide for Installing GUIMiner and joining the pool.
       - We also recommend Phoenix Miner by jedi95 for advanced users.
          Command line: phoenix.exe -u http://WORKERNAME:WORKERPASS@pool.bitclockers.com:8332/ -k poclbm DEVICE=0 -v
       - For advanced users:
          1. Download Phoenix Miner and unpack somewhere.
          2. Download this batch file and place it in the same directory as phoenix.exe.
          3. Right click the StartGPU0.bat and click EDIT.
          4. Change WORKERNAME and WORKERPASS. Close, save, and double click startgpu0.bat to start mining.
    3. You're done! Check out the pool Statistics to see how the pool is doing or visit your Dashboard to see your personal miner status.

    have a good idea? want to contribute to BitClockers.com?
    Check out the Pool Development Thread
    http://bitclockers.com/forums/index.php?topic=481.0

    For Support:
    • For live support visit our IRC channel. chat.freenode.net: #bitclockers
    • For general questions, guides, and community information visit the BitClockers.com Mining Pool Forums
    • For private and all other inquiries contact: admin  (@t) bitclockers.com

    *NEWS:

    • Merged Mining with NameCoin is in BETA
    • Alternative Payment system 8% Pay Per Share will enter BETA starting with block # 650

    BITCOIN  RESOURCES
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    HOWTO  : OVERCLOCKING YOUR GRAPHICS CARD
    MISC  : SHOW US YAR MINIG RIG
    HOWTO  : START MINING
    SUPPORT  : LIVE CHAT
    METRICS  : DASHBOARD
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May 27, 2011, 05:47:04 PM
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I wanted to take a moment and thank all those that have started mining for bitclockers.com. And more importantly those that have been providing invaluable feedback over the last few weeks. THANK YOU!
Overclocking community.  As you may already know, overclocking your graphics cards can boost performance in games. Similarly, overclocking will also allow you to mine more Bitcoins than anyone else with the same videocard; especially when done properly.

I have a couple questions for our users and prospective users:
  • We currently use the simple Proportional Payout system. Would it be better to switch to a score based sytem like this? Pool hopping hasnt been an issue yet, and i already have the site programed to disable cheater's accounts. Is it still necessary to switch? Personally i think  user (shares/total shares) * BTC generated is the simplest and most fair.
  • Bitclockers.com will be giving away several ASUS Video Cards and Motherboards starting in the month of June. We need ideas on how to fairly give these out. One card will be given away as a general raffle among all actively mining users. Another ASUS 6970 will be given out randomly to one lucky user in the top 10% of shares generated. We need your help with finding the best way to raffle the last ASUS 6970 and a ASUS Maximus III Extreme.
  • We are almost done implimenting the Multiminer Protocol (MMP) written by CFSworks, as a more efficient alternative to Long Polling (LP). The question is who is going to use it? I certainly will be.  

BITCOIN  RESOURCES
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HOWTO  : OVERCLOCKING YOUR GRAPHICS CARD
MISC  : SHOW US YAR MINIG RIG
HOWTO  : START MINING
SUPPORT  : LIVE CHAT
METRICS  : DASHBOARD
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May 28, 2011, 03:13:38 AM
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The Worker Watchdog is now available to BitClockers.com users. Your miners/workers can now be setup to notify you in the event that problems are encountered. Triggers can be defined, such as: hash rate, rejected shares, or last seen. Don't neglect your miners; know the second that there is a problem and start mining with BitClockers.com today!

We now have a logo thanks to a generous donor:


BITCOIN  RESOURCES
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HOWTO  : OVERCLOCKING YOUR GRAPHICS CARD
MISC  : SHOW US YAR MINIG RIG
HOWTO  : START MINING
SUPPORT  : LIVE CHAT
METRICS  : DASHBOARD
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May 28, 2011, 03:02:01 PM
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Nice pool you have going there... I've added you to MinerStatus (Android App):

http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=9668.0

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Donate: 1Eyr5mN54UyprUHAw1zXLvkvtDNeG9erD7 to support this project. (Total Received) or sign up for Tradehill
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May 28, 2011, 06:15:09 PM
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Seems really nice!

Any ideas why I don't seem to get any hashrate on the webpage?
My worker has been working for almost an hour now, still saying 0 Mh/s.
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May 28, 2011, 07:03:28 PM
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very nice!
i will try it with 900Mh/s for now Smiley
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for future implementations plz consider the https and the email verification for saving new wallet!  Wink

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May 28, 2011, 09:30:53 PM
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Nice pool you have going there... I've added you to MinerStatus (Android App):

http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=9668.0

Thank you sir! Great App you have going there, installing on my Droid Eris as we speak Cheesy

Seems really nice!

Any ideas why I don't seem to get any hashrate on the webpage?
My worker has been working for almost an hour now, still saying 0 Mh/s.
What is your miner name and mining client. I don't see any errors on this end. Pop into Live Chat when you get a chance and I'd love to help you get started.

for future implementations plz consider the https and the email verification for saving new wallet!  Wink
Luffy, you're totally right, we will force SSL to be standard for all pages/links soon. Until then, clicking the signin, and now register, will put you in SSL secure mode until you leave the site. So don't use the lazy login on the front page unless you have https://bitclockers.com  in your url.

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May 29, 2011, 03:13:20 AM
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i can't register since my email is from my own domain. i think you might have a restriction to @gmail.com or @hotmail.com etc, correct?

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i can't register since my email is from my own domain. i think you might have a restriction to @gmail.com or @hotmail.com etc, correct?


For anonymity you may register with any email address  as long as it has an @ sign and a .
totallyfake@email.com  is valid.
But keep in mind, you will not be able to reset your password.

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May 29, 2011, 03:36:58 PM
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This one supports GUIMiner?
I've been overclocking for the last ten years so I could share or learn something with you guys if the pool works OK.
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May 29, 2011, 07:41:23 PM
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yes, the website is slow enough!
moreover i would like to see statistic page like deepbit's Smiley

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May 29, 2011, 09:14:28 PM
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This one supports GUIMiner?
I've been overclocking for the last ten years so I could share or learn something with you guys if the pool works OK.

Yes sir the Bitclockers.com pool supports GUIMiner here is the information you will need inorder to connect to the Pool

Host: Pool.BitClockers.com
Port: 8332
Enter your Miner/Worker "Username" and "Password"
Click start mining and you should see your current Hash rate if successfully connected.

GUIMiner is a Graphical User Interface for GPU Bitcoin mining, more convenient and easier to use for miners just getting started.
GUIMiner Direct Download Available Here
GUIMiner latest version or Linux Version available here


IF YOU ARE NEW TO BITCOIN MINING READ THE GETTING STARTED THREAD AVAILABLE HERE

1. Download GUIMiner
2. Extract file
3. launch GUIMiner
4. Configure GUIMiner
5. Happy Mining!

Here is what GUI Miner looks like:




For ATi Graphics cards update your graphics drivers here

*If you are using an AMD ATi Radeon 4000 Series card you will need to install the AMD APP SDK available here*

For NVIDIA Graphics cards update your graphics drivers here



How to use:

Extract and instead of running "poclbm.exe" (which runs the command line version), run "guiminer.exe". If you have OpenCL set up correctly this should launch the GUI. If you get an error about OpenCL, you need to install an OpenCL package from your GPU vendor. For AMD/ATI cards you can get OpenCL here.

Once the GUI is running, choose a pool and register if necessary from the pool website, then press "Start mining" to begin. Wait for the coins to come in and don't forget to donate

How to get help:

For technical support please post in this thread rather than sending me a PM; this will get you a reply sooner since other people than me can help you out. More information is better; with only a brief vague report we probably don't know enough to pinpoint your problem. Here's an example of a good report:

"When I try to start mining, I get "Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC" in the status bar and the miner doesn't start. I already checked that my bitcoin.conf contains the correct username and password. I am using:

GUIMiner version: v2011-06-09
Operating system: Windows XP SP3
Miner backend: OpenCL/poclbm
Video card: ATI 5770
Server: solo mining on Bitcoin client 0.3.22

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ):

Q: Help! The program crashed or didn't work!
A: If you post a bug report in this thread a variety of helpful people including myself can try to fix your issue. We need to know at least the following: what version of Windows you're using, what graphics card you're using, what version of drivers you're using, what pool you're using if applicable, and a detailed description of what went wrong.

Q: How do I know if my graphics card (GPU) supports OpenCL or CUDA?
A: Try running GPU Caps Viewer. It will tell you what your GPU supports.

Q: How do I use the Phoenix/phatk miner?
A: Run GUIMiner as usual, then go File -> New other miner and navigate up one directory and pick phoenix.exe. Then enter your info as usual and start mining. For the Extra Flags you can enter any Phoenix flags such as VECTORS or -k phatk (see above screenshot) for an example, or see the BitCoin Mining Hardware Comparison Chart  thread for a full list of flags.

Q: What extra flags do I use?
A: If you have a Radeon 5xxx card (for example 5770, 5890), use '-v -w128'. On CPU you don't need any flags. For other cards ask around.

Q: My temperatures are too high, can I throttle the GPU so it runs slower but cooler?
A: If you are mining using OpenCL you can use the -s flag a value such as 0.01 in order to force the GPU to sleep for 0.01 seconds in between runs. Increase or decrease this value until you have the desired GPU utilization.

Q: Can I connect to more than one pool with the same GPU? For example have a main pool, and a backup pool in case the main one goes down?
A: Yes, you can use the -f flag for this. A value of -f60 or higher in the backup pool's miner will cause it to yield most of the GPU power to miners with a lower f value (default is 30).

Q: Is it normal that GUIMiner uses a lot of CPU when mining on the GPU?
A: No, for most people GUIMiner uses less than 1% of CPU. This is a poclbm issue some people are experiencing - see this post for more info.

Q: Do I need the official Bitcoin client to be open while mining?
A: Only if you are doing solo mining - in this case you are connecting to the client instead of a pool server.

Q: How does performance using the GUI compare to using the command line?
A: They should be identical; the GUI introduces virtually no overhead.

Q: How do I know if I'm getting a good hashing rate for my card?
A: See this topic for a comparison of various cards.

Q: How do I know how many Bitcoins I'll generate with my card?
A: See Bitcoin Mining Profitability Calculator to determine this.

Q: I installed OpenCL, but my GPU isn't showing up. Only my CPU is shown. What is the problem?
A: A couple people experienced this issue and were able to resolve it by installing a different driver version.

Q: How can I delete my miner settings, or edit them manually?
A: Miner settings are stored in %APPDATA%\Roaming\poclbm. For example, on Windows 7 this path translates to C:\Users\Kiv\AppData\Roaming\poclbm. The file poclbm.ini inside contains the settings in JSON format. There are also some settings in .ini files inside the miner directory, also in JSON format. No registry keys are used, so removing these .ini files completely erases your settings.

Q: How can I completely uninstall GUIMiner?
A: Remove the GUIMiner folder and the miner settings above, and that will completely remove GUIMiner.

Q: I want to see X feature in the miner. How can I have it?
A: I'm working on new features but I have a full time job and other things to do too - if you want to encourage me send donations to: 1MDDh2h4cAZDafgc94mr9q95dhRYcJbNQo

Q: What does it mean in the summary panel when the shares say something like 1000 (150) accepted?
A: That means 1000 shares total were accepted, including 150 in the last hour.



GPUMiner Graphics Card and CPU Miner Installation

Download the GUI Miner client direct download available here




latest version and older versions available here




Click  the "..." box to change the destination




If you need to you can scroll up to view "Desktop"




Select Desktop




Click "OK" to finish changing location




Click "Extract"




Open the newly extracted folder




Launch "guiminer.exe"




Click the carrot on the the server drop down box




Select "BitClockers.com" from the menu




Enter the username used when creating your worker on the BitClockers Dashboard




Enter the password used when creating your worker on the BitClockers Dashboard




Open the Device drop down menu to view available mining devices




Select "0-0" as your first device




Click start mining and you are up and running!



I find it convenient to right click on "guiminer.exe" and send a shortcut to the desktop



On the lower left you will see statistics for Shares "accepted" and the time of last accepted share. Also any error messages from the client will be displayed here.

On the lower right you will see your current "Hash" rate in Mhash/s (Million Hashes per second)

If you like GUIMiner think about donating to Kiv the creator for creating this easy to use miner!

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May 30, 2011, 01:32:55 AM
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We've broken 12 GHashes! Cheesy

The statistics page is terribad slow right now. I am busy optimizing it as we speak. Keep in mind, the way BitClockers.com is setup, no matter how bad the website gets mining will be unaffected. As soon as we get stats fixed up we will bring pool2.bitclockers.com online.
pool2 and pool are combined, so you may mine on one, the other , or both. More details soon.

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May 30, 2011, 02:53:13 AM
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We're now fully redundant with  15min backups Cheesy
Multiple pools are now available to connect to:

pool.bitclockers.com - Denver, CO USA
pool2.bitclockers.com - Chicago, IL USA
pool3.bitclockers.com - Zlin, Czech Republic

You can mine on one or all, its all the same.
I recommend picking the closest pool to you. Then set one of the others as a failover if one goes down. Or you can spread your miners around for even better redundancy.

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May 30, 2011, 05:01:27 AM
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Pushing 1.2ghash your way.  Would love to see a more responsive site, but I'm sure that's planned.

We are currently rewriting the way statistics on the site are handled. With our new decentralized setup we have to make many of changes to our SQL statements and even database schema. But its all for the good, we now have 3 pools spread over the world all combined for statistics/validation. No reason to failover to other pools in the event of an issue. Cheesy

We are working through the night and will have the site zip zoomin ASAP.

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I also seem to be getting a huge amount of stale shares (about 10 times more than with any other pool).  Perhaps this is location based, but I thought it prudent to inform you.

Long polling was broken this morning. Everything should be 100% now. Blkmond wasnt doing its job. I wrote our own block monitor script and its working perfectly now. Sorry for the troubles :O

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May 30, 2011, 11:57:27 AM
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Ok, sorted, love the website layout and how you actually have stats on there, its only 810mh/s but its yours for now Smiley

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Also, how come im not appearing on the front page of miners? - woot, found a new block too Smiley

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May 30, 2011, 10:20:21 PM
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Also, how come im not appearing on the front page of miners? - woot, found a new block too Smiley

Backburn and Artemis temporarily disabled some of the stats including the pagination. There are multiple pages but you cant see them right now to reduce time opening the page. They are working to make a faster version that scales with more users. Look forward to graphs as well as a significant reduction in load time.

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Thanks for the reply, can you answer why nothing is showing in my account balance? i noticed we solved another block and its been well over an hour since that was done but still nothing in my account?

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