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June 05, 2011, 11:47:17 PM
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Why? I'm not getting any BTC.
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June 05, 2011, 11:52:40 PM
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It would appear that you have not found any shares, and therefore have not earned any Bitcoin.

It also appears from the screen shot that your current hash rate is 0, and your previous 15 minute rate was 950 hash/sec. That is not a lot of hashing power, and will take a long time before a share will be found.

We do, however, pay out. We do our payouts every week and our pending balance does get updated.

If you can send me some more information (even PM me if you'd like), I can look into it a little deeper. But, on the surface, it just doesn't look like you have enough site traffic to produce a sizable hash rate.

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Oh, I see multiple domains in your screen shot... I was only looking at the one.... Do PM me your info (client Id from your script) and I will look into it.

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June 10, 2011, 07:09:19 PM
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https://lskd.files.wordpress.com/2011/06/bitpitnotpaying.png?w=300&h=217

I seem to have the same problem. I also sent you a PM.

I have been generating non-zero amounts of shares for days, but never received any reward.

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June 10, 2011, 07:32:09 PM
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I have been generating non-zero amounts of shares for days, but never received any reward.
i did ask the same earlier today(here), so i just quote lowentropy:

Unlike an actual pool, however, we opted to only disburse BTC once a week, so your balance will only increase once a week on Saturdays. This is mostly because web mining as a whole is just too slow to justify real-time updates to balance.


@jhfire:
your Last hour stats says: 157674485.19 kHash/s
i kind of doubt that... unless you are google Cheesy
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June 11, 2011, 01:50:40 AM
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Yes, we are paying. We pay our Javascript miners once per week.

Just for full disclosure, Javascript is really slow at mining bitcoins. We pay every week, and at most we've only ever sent payments to 3 people. Most people never find a single share. If that is the case, the BTC earned will (rightfully) display zero.

It's for this reason that we've spent a lot of energy this past week on something a little different  =>  http://bitp.it/beta

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June 11, 2011, 01:59:03 AM
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sry for being slightly offtopic, but @bitp.it staff, have you ever considered using a flash miner? that should greatly increase the computing power behind.
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June 11, 2011, 02:40:33 AM
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Even without a flash miner the mining performance could be increased by up to 1000% by using a more clever js algorithm.
I've got a proof of concept running here at 26khash/s vs. ~2.6khash/s that bitp.it currently gets in FF4, similar results in other browsers.

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June 11, 2011, 07:15:07 AM
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sry for being slightly offtopic, but @bitp.it staff, have you ever considered using a flash miner? that should greatly increase the computing power behind.
did anyone try this yet?

Even without a flash miner the mining performance could be increased by up to 1000% by using a more clever js algorithm.
I've got a proof of concept running here at 26khash/s vs. ~2.6khash/s that bitp.it currently gets in FF4, similar results in other browsers.
would you mind publishing that poc or at least tell us where it's from? Smiley none of the sha256 implementations i've seen so far were able to reach 10x times more than the jsminer of bitp.it . the best i've seen so far was ~twice the hash power
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June 11, 2011, 11:51:15 PM
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sry for being slightly offtopic, but @bitp.it staff, have you ever considered using a flash miner? that should greatly increase the computing power behind.
did anyone try this yet?

I just had a quick try with Actionscript, and it seems to be even slower than Javascript. (Getting 3.4KHash/s on a Core i7 620M compared to 15-30KHash/s in FF4)

Even without a flash miner the mining performance could be increased by up to 1000% by using a more clever js algorithm.
I've got a proof of concept running here at 26khash/s vs. ~2.6khash/s that bitp.it currently gets in FF4, similar results in other browsers.
would you mind publishing that poc or at least tell us where it's from? Smiley none of the sha256 implementations i've seen so far were able to reach 10x times more than the jsminer of bitp.it . the best i've seen so far was ~twice the hash power

I'm wondering if i should try to sell it Tongue

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June 12, 2011, 02:06:13 AM
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Even without a flash miner the mining performance could be increased by up to 1000% by using a more clever js algorithm.
I've got a proof of concept running here at 26khash/s vs. ~2.6khash/s that bitp.it currently gets in FF4, similar results in other browsers.
would you mind publishing that poc or at least tell us where it's from? Smiley none of the sha256 implementations i've seen so far were able to reach 10x times more than the jsminer of bitp.it . the best i've seen so far was ~twice the hash power
2x? 10x? no, 20x! Shocked
Just got 50KHash/s in Firefox 4.0.1, DOM worker mode on a Core i7 620M. The bitp.it frontpage gets like 2.3KHash/s.

Firefox 4.0.1, DOM worker: 50KHash/s
Firefox 4.0.1, UI thread: 20KHash/s (but only 15% CPU load due to 30 milliseconds of delay after every 1024 hashes)
IE 9.0.8112.16421, DOM worker: 13KHash/s (possibly no DOM worker support, so falling back to UI thread?)
IE 9.0.8112.16421, UI thread: 13KHash/s
Chrome 13.0.742.91, DOM worker: 12-81KHash/s (swinging badly, no idea why)
Chrome 13.0.742.91, UI thread: 9KHash/s

So every single result is better than what bitp.it currently gets, and Firefox even gets 2000% performance consistently!

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June 12, 2011, 02:15:35 AM
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That's awesome!

Would you be interested in contributing that to the community? The bitp.it miner is at https://github.com/jwhitehorn/jsMiner, but I can understand why you'd want to take credit for yourself.

But if you aren't going to publish it, either free or for sale, then I really can't know how well it'll run on my machine, can I?

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June 12, 2011, 02:16:17 AM
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I find it highly intriguing that some of you are able to increase the performance of Javascript bitcoin mining. The source code is 100% open source, and a pull request would be highly appreciated. The URL for the github repo is https://github.com/jwhitehorn/jsMiner.

Now, back to the subject at hand....

No offense, but I think the issue at had as been addressed. I would kindly appreciate the discussion be limited to the subject at hand, especially in a thread (who's title) seemingly accuses bitp.it of not paying people.

As has been said, the jsMiners only get paid weekly. The BTC earned is therefore only updated weekly.

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