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June 16, 2011, 07:43:45 AM
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Bitcoins.lc pays the 0.01 transaction fee when paying out. In addition I believe that it is the only pool running proportional which pays you immediately a block is solved, no waiting for the 120 blocks to be solved.  Also the guy who runs it runs an ISP so it seems pretty stable infrastructure and internet confection.

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June 17, 2011, 12:22:00 AM
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Hello,

Here is some info for our Pool at https://mineco.in

Name: MineCo.in
Location: UK
Type: Share Based
Fees: 0%
Transaction Fees: Shared
Transaction Fee: 0
Web Interface: Yes
GUI Preset: in GUI Miner next release
Automatic Payout Threshold: Yes, configurable
Instant Payout: No
Long Polling: Yes
Multiple workers: Yes
e-mail isn't username: yes
e-mail notification on idle: no
JSON API: Yes
HTTPS (SSL): yes
IPv6 : no
wallet address change security features : no


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June 17, 2011, 03:08:57 AM
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Bitcoins.lc pays the 0.01 transaction fee when paying out.

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In addition I believe that it is the only pool running proportional which pays you immediately a block is solved, no waiting for the 120 blocks to be solved.  Also the guy who runs it runs an ISP so it seems pretty stable infrastructure and internet confection.

Doesn't Eligius do that?


Hello,

Here is some info for our Pool at https://mineco.in

Name: MineCo.in
Location: UK
Type: Share Based
Fees: 0%
Transaction Fees: Shared
Transaction Fee: 0
Web Interface: Yes
GUI Preset: in GUI Miner next release
Automatic Payout Threshold: Yes, configurable
Instant Payout: No
Long Polling: Yes
Multiple workers: Yes
e-mail isn't username: yes
e-mail notification on idle: no
JSON API: Yes
HTTPS (SSL): yes
IPv6 : no
wallet address change security features : no



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June 17, 2011, 05:29:28 AM
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Updated: Added "share validation waiting period" row, as well as filled in additional info.  Significant cleanup and rearranging of columns.
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June 17, 2011, 10:11:22 AM
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Added address and port information.
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June 17, 2011, 10:37:47 AM
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You should add the size of the pool to that chart to, like hashing power wise at the time of writing or w/e. I think that is something ppl might want to know when comparing. Good job btw!
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June 17, 2011, 06:05:06 PM
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Heres the proper information for BitClockers.com Bitcoin Mining Pool:

1% Proportional
TX Fee @ Withdrawal: NO, thats rediculus.
web GUI: YES
LP: YES
Threshold: YES
Instant Payout: YES
Wait for Share Validation: NO, we insure all blocks.
Multi Workers: YES
Email is not Username : YES
Idle Work Notification: YES
JSON API: YES
SSL: YES
IPv6: YES, on selected pool servers.
Wallet Change Security: YES, we also have other automatic metrics for account theft.
GUI Preset Support: YES, GUIMiner and BitMiner

We also have 3 pools combined in Denver, Chicago, and Czech Republic. We were the first pool to market with combined/redundant pools. Our website is cloud hosted, as well as our SQL database cluster. We also provide Live Support 24hrs a day. Our pool uptime is currently ~99.95%.


Side note: I cant figure out why BitClockers.com been around 100 GH/s, higher than some other pools listed on http://bitcoinwatch.com/, for some time now. Yet we're still not on the graph there. I guess
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June 18, 2011, 02:36:37 AM
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You should add the size of the pool to that chart to, like hashing power wise at the time of writing or w/e. I think that is something ppl might want to know when comparing. Good job btw!

Thanks! I'm avoiding adding the size info for now because it's pretty dynamic, and the smaller pools are hard to track. I'll think about adding it in the future, though.  It's pretty easy to just give a link to one of the current pie charts out there.

Maybe somewhat of a substitute could be the formation date of the pool, if I can get people to provide that?
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June 18, 2011, 02:45:35 AM
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Bitcoins.lc has a "instant payout"-function. It's also WE that pays the transaction fee, please make a note about that.

Thanks, nice spreadsheet!

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June 18, 2011, 03:10:52 AM
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You should add the size of the pool to that chart to, like hashing power wise at the time of writing or w/e. I think that is something ppl might want to know when comparing. Good job btw!

Thanks! I'm avoiding adding the size info for now because it's pretty dynamic, and the smaller pools are hard to track. I'll think about adding it in the future, though.  It's pretty easy to just give a link to one of the current pie charts out there.

Maybe somewhat of a substitute could be the formation date of the pool, if I can get people to provide that?

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June 18, 2011, 08:14:40 AM
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Bitcoins.lc has a "instant payout"-function. It's also WE that pays the transaction fee, please make a note about that.

Can you clarify? If you pay any transaction fee on withdrawal, then shouldn't you be marked as "none"?


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June 18, 2011, 09:07:41 AM
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I think I need some clarification on what people are calling "instant payout".

When I say "instant payout button", I am simply referring to a feature allowing the user to go to their account at any time and click a button (or link, or whatever) to request AT LEAST their confirmed bitcoins be sent to their wallet right then and there. If one can ONLY get confirmed bitcoins in this manner then I qualify the "yes" with "for confirmed shares only".

This is in contrast with what some might be calling "instant payout", where there is NO waiting period to confirm one's credited bitcoins after each block is solved.  I am referring to that as "no" on "share validation waiting period".

Maybe I am not using the consensus terminology here, but I think these are two distinct features that shouldn't be confused, and I'm still not sure if my info is accurate because of this discrepancy in terms.

Oh, and I just updated it again. Smiley
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June 18, 2011, 09:08:44 AM
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To clarify: The user/customer (You) does not pay any transaction fee when he/she requests a payout.
We do however add 0.01 from our own wallet to make the transaction go through faster. (Hence the INSTANT payout)

I'm not sure if we should be marked as none or not, but the user does NOT pay anything for neither using the pool or requestion payouts Smiley

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We do not have any waiting time or unverified funds. As soon as the block is solved - the money shows up in your account Smiley

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June 18, 2011, 09:16:15 AM
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To clarify: The user/customer (You) does not pay any transaction fee when he/she requests a payout.
We do however add 0.01 from our own wallet to make the transaction go through faster. (Hence the INSTANT payout)

I'm not sure if we should be marked as none or not, but the user does NOT pay anything for neither using the pool or requestion payouts Smiley

EDIT:
We do not have any waiting time or unverified funds. As soon as the block is solved - the money shows up in your account Smiley

Now I'm starting to follow. I'm putting you down as "none" for transaction fee. Instead, it sounds like this practice of the pool attaching 0.01 to each transaction to speed up the payout is a feature that needs a concise name and a separate row.  Is this what people are generally referring to as "instant payout"?  If so, then I definitely need to revise my terms.
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June 20, 2011, 01:07:32 AM
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Can you add my site?

www.nofeemining.com

Location: USA
Type: proportional (share-based) with cheating protection
Required fee: 0%
Transaction fee: shared
Transaction fee on withdrawal: none
web GUI: yes Web 2.0
long polling: yes
automatic payout threshold: yes, configurable
instant payout button: yes for confirmed shares
share validation waiting period: up to 50 blocks
multiple workers per user account/address: yes
e-mail isn't username: no
e-mail notification on idle: yes
JSON API: coming soon
HTTPS: yes
IPv6: no
wallet address change security features: yes, payout lock and email alerts
gui preset support: not yet
additional features: graphs and statistics
address:port nofeemining.com:8332


Thank you

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http://www.NoFeeMining.com/
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June 20, 2011, 10:37:06 AM
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Here is some info for our new Australian Pool at https://ozco.in
Name: Ozcoin
Location: Australia
Type: pay-per-share
Fees: 1%
Transaction Fees: kept by pool
Transaction fee on withdrawal: none
Web Interface: Yes
GUI Preset: coming soon
Automatic Payout Threshold: Yes, configurable, no fee
Instant Payout: Yes 2% fee
share validation waiting period yes
Long Polling: Yes
Multiple workers: Yes
e-mail isn't username: yes
e-mail notification on idle: no
JSON API: Yes
HTTPS (SSL): yes
IPv6 : no
wallet address change security features : yes, pin number required to make changes
address:port  ozco.in:8332

irc.freenode.net #ozcoin

Nice table man, been looking for good ones Smiley

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June 20, 2011, 12:46:25 PM
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I'll add the last two posts later this evening. Smiley
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June 20, 2011, 12:56:05 PM
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I'll add the last two posts later this evening. Smiley

If you don't mind, maybe a third this evening  Wink

Name: pool.bitp.it
Location: United States
Type: Scoring
Fees: 0%
Transaction Fees: kept by pool
Transaction fee on withdrawal: none
Web Interface: Yes
GUI Preset: no
Automatic Payout Threshold: no
Instant Payout: Yes
share validation waiting period: yes
Long Polling: Yes
Multiple workers: Yes
e-mail isn't username: yes
e-mail notification on idle: no
JSON API: no
HTTPS (SSL): Yes
IPv6 : no
wallet address change security features : No
address:port  pool.bitp.it:8334

Since we are not a "canned" operation like some pools, we don't use pushpool. We wrote our entire backend, and therefore has a much lower stale rate than any other pool. Just ask our users  Grin

Mine @ http://pool.bitp.it - No fees, virtually 0 stales, what's not to love!
Chat with us @ #bitp.it on irc.freenode.net
Learn more about our pool @ http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=12181.0
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June 20, 2011, 02:10:59 PM
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Type: Broken Scoring


Fixed.

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edit: issue has been resolved.

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June 28, 2011, 03:35:52 AM
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Finally updated and revised! (Sorry it took so long!)
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