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March 12, 2012, 02:55:48 AM
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Ok... had a fairly productive weekend.  We are almost done with the major changes behind the scenes and I will be revealing at least some of what I've been working on, hopefully by weeks end. 

Block generation with proper coinbase should now be running properly for all servers.

Don't forget to vote before the poll closes: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=66026.msg795464#new

Hope everyone had a good weekend!

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March 14, 2012, 12:51:14 AM
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4.45 GH/s = 0.67 BTC/24 hours.. wow.. worst week ever?

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March 14, 2012, 01:19:39 AM
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No joke.. this has been one crappy ass week.  We are sucking on the namecoin blocks, too, which is surprising. I have checked everything and it all appears to be functioning properly. 

At least we just solved a block... jeez.

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March 14, 2012, 05:20:59 AM
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Its me, Im bad luck Im telling ya, but I love this pool! LOL

And where did all the crazy hashrate come from the last 10hrs?!?!?!?!?

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March 14, 2012, 05:30:37 AM
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Its me, Im bad luck Im telling ya, but I love this pool! LOL

And where did all the crazy hashrate come from the last 10hrs?!?!?!?!?

I believe the jump in hash rate is due to hoppers calculating that there's a high probability of us finding blocks.  In other words, we're so down on our luck that there's bound to be a bright future.
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March 14, 2012, 07:38:00 AM
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Its me, Im bad luck Im telling ya, but I love this pool! LOL

And where did all the crazy hashrate come from the last 10hrs?!?!?!?!?

I believe the jump in hash rate is due to hoppers calculating that there's a high probability of us finding blocks.  In other words, we're so down on our luck that there's bound to be a bright future.
Or more correctly known as ... Gambler's Fallacy Smiley
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gamblers_fallacy

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March 14, 2012, 09:13:59 AM
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I believe the jump in hash rate is due to hoppers calculating that there's a high probability of us finding blocks.  In other words, we're so down on our luck that there's bound to be a bright future.

<3 hoppers on ECM! Time to cash in DGM benefits! Grin
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March 14, 2012, 09:27:37 AM
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Since you're talking about hoppers, and to confirm the robustness of DGM, I had used EclipseMC as a backup during a bithopper week-long session. My earnings on Eclipse were only 1% less than PPS-equivalent.

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March 14, 2012, 09:31:31 AM
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I believe the jump in hash rate is due to hoppers calculating that there's a high probability of us finding blocks.  In other words, we're so down on our luck that there's bound to be a bright future.

<3 hoppers on ECM! Time to cash in DGM benefits! Grin
DGM does not benefit from pool hoppers. I don't know why it says that in the FAQ. That is false though. I think the extra hash rate may be from GPUMAX, they can use up to 200gh here. Most of the hashrate is coming from 2 large miners.
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March 14, 2012, 12:57:18 PM
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I believe the jump in hash rate is due to hoppers calculating that there's a high probability of us finding blocks.  In other words, we're so down on our luck that there's bound to be a bright future.

<3 hoppers on ECM! Time to cash in DGM benefits! Grin
DGM does not benefit from pool hoppers. I don't know why it says that in the FAQ. That is false though. I think the extra hash rate may be from GPUMAX, they can use up to 200gh here. Most of the hashrate is coming from 2 large miners.

Reduced variance is a good enough benefit for me! Smiley
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March 14, 2012, 02:12:55 PM
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Its me, Im bad luck Im telling ya, but I love this pool! LOL

And where did all the crazy hashrate come from the last 10hrs?!?!?!?!?

I believe the jump in hash rate is due to hoppers calculating that there's a high probability of us finding blocks.  In other words, we're so down on our luck that there's bound to be a bright future.
Or more correctly known as ... Gambler's Fallacy Smiley
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gamblers_fallacy

No,  not really. I was referring more to the law of large numbers.
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March 14, 2012, 02:20:49 PM
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Yeah, I think the two huge hashrate's are from GPUmax.

As far as the FAQ goes, I should probably reword it, but it does give a benefit when compared with proportional pools and it's possible to end up with more than your share of proportional depending how early the hopper(s) start and when they leave compared to when it's solved.

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March 14, 2012, 06:54:00 PM
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I wonder what caused that sudden drop in hash rate from around 880 to around 500 a few hours ago...

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March 14, 2012, 07:16:05 PM
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GPUmax moving on I am guessing Smiley

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March 14, 2012, 07:39:52 PM
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Its me, Im bad luck Im telling ya, but I love this pool! LOL

And where did all the crazy hashrate come from the last 10hrs?!?!?!?!?

I believe the jump in hash rate is due to hoppers calculating that there's a high probability of us finding blocks.  In other words, we're so down on our luck that there's bound to be a bright future.
Or more correctly known as ... Gambler's Fallacy Smiley
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gamblers_fallacy

No,  not really. I was referring more to the law of large numbers.
The numbers aren't large, it's Gambler's Fallacy.

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March 14, 2012, 07:43:59 PM
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How long until you offer Crazy Bean payout after purchasing Starburst's manufactory? - Or are you not planning on having leftovers?

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March 14, 2012, 07:57:07 PM
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No leftovers.  They are mine.

I have 10 bags now.  I need more to last me until next Easter.  Send Crazy Beans!

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March 14, 2012, 09:15:11 PM
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Its me, Im bad luck Im telling ya, but I love this pool! LOL

And where did all the crazy hashrate come from the last 10hrs?!?!?!?!?

I believe the jump in hash rate is due to hoppers calculating that there's a high probability of us finding blocks.  In other words, we're so down on our luck that there's bound to be a bright future.
Or more correctly known as ... Gambler's Fallacy Smiley
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gamblers_fallacy

No,  not really. I was referring more to the law of large numbers.
The numbers aren't large, it's Gambler's Fallacy.

The Gambler's fallacy is more concerned with discrete cases or the following event.  That was not my original point, and you are mistaking my intentions with a completely separate idea.

Don't let the "large" in the name of the law fool you.  The law of large numbers doesn't depend upon what you may think is a "large" number.  In fact, the largeness is arbitrary.  The law of large numbers simply states that "as the number of trials of a random process increases, the percentage difference between the expected and actual values goes to zero," 

If you really want to continue this debate, we can do so via PM.  Although, this is about all I'm going to say about this for a while.  I have an actuarial exam that I'm studying for.  So, don't expect an immediate response from me.
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March 14, 2012, 09:25:22 PM
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Its me, Im bad luck Im telling ya, but I love this pool! LOL

And where did all the crazy hashrate come from the last 10hrs?!?!?!?!?

I believe the jump in hash rate is due to hoppers calculating that there's a high probability of us finding blocks.  In other words, we're so down on our luck that there's bound to be a bright future.
Or more correctly known as ... Gambler's Fallacy Smiley
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gamblers_fallacy

No,  not really. I was referring more to the law of large numbers.
The numbers aren't large, it's Gambler's Fallacy.

The Gambler's fallacy is more concerned with discrete cases or the following event.  That was not my original point, and you are mistaking my intentions with a completely separate idea.

Don't let the "large" in the name of the law fool you.  The law of large numbers doesn't depend upon what you may think is a "large" number.  In fact, the largeness is arbitrary.  The law of large numbers simply states that "as the number of trials of a random process increases, the percentage difference between the expected and actual values goes to zero," 

If you really want to continue this debate, we can do so via PM.  Although, this is about all I'm going to say about this for a while.  I have an actuarial exam that I'm studying for.  So, don't expect an immediate response from me.
Yes I do know what an Actuary is - so saying you are, makes me wonder if you will pass based on your original comment Smiley
If I remember correctly back when I was at university, the students in stats that were doing actuarial studies had to get distinction level grades or they failed.

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March 14, 2012, 09:35:58 PM
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Its me, Im bad luck Im telling ya, but I love this pool! LOL

And where did all the crazy hashrate come from the last 10hrs?!?!?!?!?

I believe the jump in hash rate is due to hoppers calculating that there's a high probability of us finding blocks.  In other words, we're so down on our luck that there's bound to be a bright future.
Or more correctly known as ... Gambler's Fallacy Smiley
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gamblers_fallacy

No,  not really. I was referring more to the law of large numbers.
The numbers aren't large, it's Gambler's Fallacy.

The Gambler's fallacy is more concerned with discrete cases or the following event.  That was not my original point, and you are mistaking my intentions with a completely separate idea.

Don't let the "large" in the name of the law fool you.  The law of large numbers doesn't depend upon what you may think is a "large" number.  In fact, the largeness is arbitrary.  The law of large numbers simply states that "as the number of trials of a random process increases, the percentage difference between the expected and actual values goes to zero,"  

If you really want to continue this debate, we can do so via PM.  Although, this is about all I'm going to say about this for a while.  I have an actuarial exam that I'm studying for.  So, don't expect an immediate response from me.
I agree with kano. The Gambler's Fallacy isn't restricted to just discrete cases. It's exactly what you described - the belief that recent bad luck increases the chances of imminent good luck. For independent events (such as finding blocks) this is false. The way the LLN works is not by anticorrelating proximate events, and the fallacious belief that it is is, once again, the gambler's fallacy.

Of course, regardless of how you call it, the premise - that now is a better time to mine because we haven't found a block for a while - is wrong, and if it was true, the pool would be hoppable.

You could also read up on Memorylessness.

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