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Author Topic: [PicoStocks] 100TH/s bitcoin mine [100th]  (Read 468712 times)
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July 07, 2015, 09:03:18 PM
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We've been suffering from high temps here in Wenatchee.  If you didn't see the news, we've had temperatures as high as 113F (45C), as well as a large fire that came into town and burned 28 homes and some large buildings, forcing people to evacuate from their homes (including me).  The fires did not threaten the mine, however they produced a lot of ash, which clogs our filters.
We are cleaned up now, but temps have been consistently over 100F for the last two weeks.  This has caused significant reductions in hashpower.

Add to that the recent transaction spam attack caused pool server outages (Bitcoind crashing) and forced an emergency switch to Eligius.  I'm going to leave everything pointed at Eligius for the time, which cause payouts to get inconsistent until I can revise the system.


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August 12, 2015, 10:28:28 PM
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Hi folks - a long overdue update here.

When we switched away from our own pool, we went to Eligius: http://eligius.st/~wizkid057/newstats/userstats.php/15QVHxorX61umBkRDejxcjDqq8V8yYv5uZ

We have mined a total of 113.506 since the change over.

You will notice that we are currently underserving the hashpower target of 518TH.  Its currently operating at 67% due mainly to heat, but also some equipment shuffling that we've been doing.

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Management Fee increase: Difficulty and price continue to make economics ever more difficult.  In addition to our summer heat problems, network growth is impacting us again.  In order to pay for the power & justify the floorspace I need to raise the management fee to a 50% share.
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However, since we have been underserving the project by 30%, I will send 80% of the mined proceeds to the picostocks payment address, rather than taking the full 50% management fee off the top.

I expect to get the hashpower back on target this week.

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December 04, 2015, 07:40:29 PM
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all time volume 0!!!
but many users do not keep small amounts
https://picostocks.com/users/index/page:1
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December 21, 2016, 03:03:02 PM
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Were we made 100% good on the coins that were stolen?

Phil

It doesn't look like it.


BTW, going back to this post...

looks like some of the residual dividends have come back. i believe there is more btc that needs to be transferred back to the new dividend address.

for example, i think a bunch of dividends were transferred to https://blockchain.info/address/1Ls1VmsjCd2aadf6ZY1qrWoi8Ercva3rBd then moved away again, so those dividends should come back.


basically, we're looking at the missing dividends between: 2013-11-29 16:13:19 and 2013-12-04 08:23:20....so about 4.5 days. the 364 btc payment is probably around 1.5-2 days of divs. so we're looking for abour 2.5-3 days of dividends that still need to be transferred in.


i also see several newly generated blocks that are maturing from new mining.


i'm curious about this transaction: https://blockchain.info/tx/6448226eaa898f5156c6f670eefdca486e871273721327f39cb460f84f495c86.

374 BTC gets transferred from our dividends to 15p19K7psks9PP2faLhFRrn7ooyimGJaun...which is an account on picostocks https://picostocks.com/users/view/1339. However, the account details do not show a 374 BTC transfer out, so this must be a "friend" of picostocks. In fact, 15p19K7psks9PP2faLhFRrn7ooyimGJaun gets a lot of payments from picostocks/100TH (e.g. https://blockchain.info/address/13sS5HN1Uw492UCeKRnQEv93GC4EiHHupy). all this seems a little odd...  dave, is this your address? =P



15p19K7psks9PP2faLhFRrn7ooyimGJaun is where funds (an eye watering BTC 96,000 - $ 78.46M USD end of 2016 value) from the SheepMarketplace https://www.reddit.com/r/SheepMarketplace/comments/1rvlft/i_just_chased_him_through_a_bitcoin_tumbler_and/ theft land for a while. http://archive.is/QNmSM#selection-8097.0-8105.56

From 15p19K7psks9PP2faLhFRrn7ooyimGJaun they go to 18GFMH735gGUQYHqfHtVuroXnqf6q4n9uC then this week (22/12/2016) 1Y2sKhUZvsP2EANpKra3FaFZufHq5VEwT - more than a dozen pages all being confirmed hundreds of BitCoins all coming in then going straight back out again.

2M BitCoins if this https://blockchain.info/address/1Y2sKhUZvsP2EANpKra3FaFZufHq5VEwT?offset=500&filter=6 is to be believed...  http://archive.is/4CVC3

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