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June 19, 2011, 11:05:29 PM
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New pool in early testing.  LP, proportional, 3% fee (for now, may change when I can cover server cost).

So what's different about this pool?  That's up to you!  Join up, give it a try and let me know what to do to make it better.  More data, charts and graphs, API, other new features - I'll consider all reasonable requests.  Please chime in with ideas or feedback.

Signup, add a miner and point to bitcoinpays.com on port 5000.  Note that there are almost certainly bugs here and there, please let me know if you find one!

https://bitcoinpays.com

Cheers,
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In light of the recent security trouble at some other sites, I thought I should share a bit about our information security practices so everyone can make an informed choice.

The BitcoinPays web interface uses HTTPS throughout and all account passwords are individually salted and SHA-512 hashed.  In the case of a compromise, this provides a reasonable level of safety from brute force or rainbow table attacks.
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