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November 07, 2011, 02:01:27 PM
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oh one last slam to me namecoins DIDN"T payoff with the last of my bitcoins

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Hm, can you describe it more? Are they pending on your profile for some reason? I'm not aware of any problem with payouts.


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November 07, 2011, 02:23:25 PM
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Hi slush

Are there plans to add an e-mail notification if a worker does not contribute shares anymore?
I think this feature would be very usefull for a lot of people (including me of course).
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November 07, 2011, 02:52:06 PM
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Are Namecoin payouts working right now? I ask because my NMC payment threshold is 20 and my balance is 27.9.

Just asking for information.. Not complaining..
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November 07, 2011, 03:04:43 PM
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I noticed someone quoting off the BTC prices for gold. Note, for those who are unaware, fractional gold (and silver) coins demand very high premiums so the small coin once a month or whatever is certainly not the best option. You end up paying lots more per ounce in the long run between premiums and shipping. Just look at the listing of prices above in the thread. A 1 ounce gold coin at 630 BTC but 10 1/10 ounce coins would be 760 btc (and that is actually one of the better premiums I've seen for fractional gold). Silver works in a similar fashion if coins less than 1 ounce are offered.

Just a comment by a PM bug for those who might not have been aware of the markup on fractional coins.

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November 07, 2011, 03:11:35 PM
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I noticed someone quoting off the BTC prices for gold. Note, for those who are unaware, fractional gold (and silver) coins demand very high premiums so the small coin once a month or whatever is certainly not the best option. You end up paying lots more per ounce in the long run between premiums and shipping. Just look at the listing of prices above in the thread. A 1 ounce gold coin at 630 BTC but 10 1/10 ounce coins would be 760 btc (and that is actually one of the better premiums I've seen for fractional gold). Silver works in a similar fashion if coins less than 1 ounce are offered.

Just a comment by a PM bug for those who might not have been aware of the markup on fractional coins.

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Very good points.  Those quotes were taken from an online dealer including S&H but you are right you get "less gold for the same price" using smaller coins.  Thus buying 1 oz coin is always better than buying 10x 0.1 oz coins.   

Given the average revenue for a miner in one month silver may be a better option and buying fractional silver coins is just plain silly.  Even with silver miners should expect a longer period between payouts.  Payouts for example once a month based on prior months revenue and shipped in bulk likely would yield the highest return (% of hashing power getting actual silver weight).  Of course that requires more trust but smaller one-off purchases of single silver coins going out daily is likely the lowest value.
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November 07, 2011, 03:31:19 PM
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Something like this slush:

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November 07, 2011, 04:37:24 PM
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Are Namecoin payouts working right now? I ask because my NMC payment threshold is 20 and my balance is 27.9.

Just asking for information.. Not complaining..


I'm seeing this too. I've got a confirmed reward of 35.90265622 NMC with a send threshold of 10.0. But, perhaps I don't understand the payout mechanism. Do long blocks like the one we are currently in play a role?
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November 07, 2011, 04:46:06 PM
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If I remember correctly, payouts run every 15 minutes, so perhaps that part is broken. It will probably be fixed soon, since Slush is good at that  Wink

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November 07, 2011, 05:00:58 PM
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i have a payout not showing up since the 5th.
wrote the bitparking admin, waiting for response.

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November 07, 2011, 05:15:08 PM
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i have a payout not showing up since the 5th.
wrote the bitparking admin, waiting for response.

Bitparking? I think you have the wrong topic.
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November 07, 2011, 05:57:00 PM
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i have a payout not showing up since the 5th.
wrote the bitparking admin, waiting for response.

Bitparking? I think you have the wrong topic.


no, I just didnt post the three sentences that should've went before or after these.
what i meant was that slush seems to be paying out okay, but the NMC never appeared in my bitparking thingy.


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November 07, 2011, 05:59:52 PM
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i have a payout not showing up since the 5th.
wrote the bitparking admin, waiting for response.

Bitparking? I think you have the wrong topic.


no, I just didnt post the three sentences that should've went before or after these.
what i meant was that slush seems to be paying out okay, but the NMC never appeared in my bitparking thingy.



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November 07, 2011, 06:12:58 PM
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NMC payouts fixed, it was stupid issue. Namecoin timed out during sending payouts for some unknown reason, which stops automatic payouts and need manual investigation from my side. However I forgot to setup alert for namecoind daemon (it was only for bitcoin daemon) for this issue on new server so I missed that problem in monitoring. Now they're sent and monitoring fixed.

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November 07, 2011, 06:17:34 PM
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no, I just didnt post the three sentences that should've went before or after these.
what i meant was that slush seems to be paying out okay, but the NMC never appeared in my bitparking thingy.
Bitparking addresses are only valid for one use i belive

Yes, it's pretty stupid, bitparking cannot be used for pool payouts - or you need to change address everytime you receive email about payout. Btw if you click in Transaction history to NMC address, you'll see NMC block explorer. If payout is listed there, then it's out of the pool.

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November 07, 2011, 06:28:23 PM
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i have a payout not showing up since the 5th.
wrote the bitparking admin, waiting for response.

Bitparking? I think you have the wrong topic.


no, I just didnt post the three sentences that should've went before or after these.
what i meant was that slush seems to be paying out okay, but the NMC never appeared in my bitparking thingy.


I hope you didn't set your slush pool payouts to go directly to bitparking.  For whatever asinine reason, bitparking has decided that each deposit address can only be used ONCE.  If you sent coins to the same address 2+ times you lost the 2nd and subsequent transfers.  If you want to use bitparking safely you need to setup a local wallet, and have pool (slush or any other pool) transfer to your local wallet and then go to bitparking request a one-time deposit address and then make a one-time transfer from your local wallet to bitparking.  You will need to do this on every single transfer.

I got so annoyed at bitparking for this stupid (and utterly pointless) way of handling deposits I went to BTC-E.  Once you make a NMC deposit that is your deposit address for life.  Now I just deposit directly to BTC-E.
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November 07, 2011, 07:33:52 PM
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i have a payout not showing up since the 5th.
wrote the bitparking admin, waiting for response.

Bitparking? I think you have the wrong topic.


no, I just didnt post the three sentences that should've went before or after these.
what i meant was that slush seems to be paying out okay, but the NMC never appeared in my bitparking thingy.


I hope you didn't set your slush pool payouts to go directly to bitparking.  For whatever asinine reason, bitparking has decided that each deposit address can only be used ONCE.  If you sent coins to the same address 2+ times you lost the 2nd and subsequent transfers.  If you want to use bitparking safely you need to setup a local wallet, and have pool (slush or any other pool) transfer to your local wallet and then go to bitparking request a one-time deposit address and then make a one-time transfer from your local wallet to bitparking.  You will need to do this on every single transfer.

I got so annoyed at bitparking for this stupid (and utterly pointless) way of handling deposits I went to BTC-E.  Once you make a NMC deposit that is your deposit address for life.  Now I just deposit directly to BTC-E.


WTF

seriously.

that mustve coste me (and others) quite a bundle.
are these NMC lost now, or just in limbo?

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November 07, 2011, 07:45:23 PM
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champion proportional pay if you must

bottom line:
If you not hashing fast enough at some point the rate of declineing payoff will exceed the shares your miner can submit and you loose to the big boys (especially when's hard to find a share)

proportional is a crap shoot - was the share you sent "Lucky"
if the pool lasts another 15 min it was worthless

you are better off with a pay per share pool at the end of the day
Waiting for confirmations just to see block invaid -- thats hardly instant payout
and name coin's (pooled mining) for the small guy is just a BAD joke

I jumped back to slush for a few hours today
Guess what less pay than deepbit's paypershare

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November 07, 2011, 07:49:47 PM
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I jumped back to slush for a few hours today
Guess what less pay than deepbit's paypershare

Idiot.  

Alternate version:
"I would rather take a guaranteed 10% loss on EVERY SINGLE SHARE over my lifetime rather take the risk of occasionally getting the rare invalid or long block".
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November 07, 2011, 07:51:56 PM
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champion proportional pay if you must

bottom line:
If you not hashing fast enough at some point the rate of declineing payoff will exceed the shares your miner can submit and you loose to the big boys (especially when's hard to find a share)

proportional is a crap shoot - was the share you sent "Lucky"
if the pool lasts another 15 min it was worthless

you are better off with a pay per share pool at the end of the day
Waiting for confirmations just to see block invaid -- thats hardly instant payout
and name coin's (pooled mining) for the small guy is just a BAD joke

I jumped back to slush for a few hours today
Guess what less pay than deepbit's paypershare

I'm moving - all you fanboys can do what you want
thanks for the ride

I don't even see the point of posting this.  Just a waste of time.  Or maybe trying to get a little flame going...

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November 07, 2011, 08:20:58 PM
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champion proportional pay if you must

bottom line:
If you not hashing fast enough at some point the rate of declineing payoff will exceed the shares your miner can submit and you loose to the big boys (especially when's hard to find a share)

proportional is a crap shoot - was the share you sent "Lucky"
if the pool lasts another 15 min it was worthless

you are better off with a pay per share pool at the end of the day
Waiting for confirmations just to see block invaid -- thats hardly instant payout
and name coin's (pooled mining) for the small guy is just a BAD joke

I jumped back to slush for a few hours today
Guess what less pay than deepbit's paypershare

I'm moving - all you fanboys can do what you want
thanks for the ride

I don't even see the point of posting this.  Just a waste of time.  Or maybe trying to get a little flame going...

If you don't see the point it's your loss
mine here & loose

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