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Author Topic: [4+ EH] Slush Pool (slushpool.com); Overt AsicBoost; World First Mining Pool  (Read 4381921 times)
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November 16, 2011, 07:56:47 AM
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If anything becomes of the "mine for gold" could we also impliment "mine for silver"?



Silver would be a very cool idea if this gets implemented  Smiley

Hi,

I am currently thinking this through very thoroughly.
There's half a gazillion things to consider - most and bevore all: Is there enough interest to make this viable?

I would propose that those who are interested in saving up to gold or silver contact me via PM - the whole process would have to be initiated manually. This is how I envision it for the time being:

you contact me with the following info:
  • name / adress / email
  • what you want to save up to 
  • your savings interval

I will provide you with a payment adress you can send the BTC to. These are stored with my payment provider.

The savings interval is of importance only if you're saving for, say, Gold - and you don't want to by gramm by gramm, but only every 10 or 20 grams. Else, I will check every working day if one of the desired objects is in range and "buy" it for you. I advise harmonies, since they're most easy to buy and liquidate and sport the lowest premium, but feel free to chose whatever you want.
The prices on my website are updated every minute. I am not yet able to set an alarm for buying, so for now, we will have to to with me checking the price against your balance once a day (I will probably check more often than that, just for the fun of it).

I will then transfer BTC according to the price of the item(s) from "your" wallet adress to mine, so you can watch the process on blockexplorer. I will set aside the item(s) physically and store them seperately from the rest of my inventory.

Should you decide to cash out, contact me and I will provide you with shipping and insurance information (it might be that you may have to buy insurance and additional shipping, depending on the value of the objects and your location).

Tax and customs are, as always, entirely your concern :-D


So that's me bouncing this right into the community. Anyone interested?

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November 16, 2011, 08:37:03 PM
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If anything becomes of the "mine for gold" could we also impliment "mine for silver"?

Silver would be a very cool idea if this gets implemented  Smiley

I agree.
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November 18, 2011, 06:21:28 PM
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If anything becomes of the "mine for gold" could we also impliment "mine for silver"?

Silver would be a very cool idea if this gets implemented  Smiley

I agree.


I started a thread outlining it, but so far: no response.


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November 21, 2011, 03:44:39 PM
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Hey slush, looking at my acct, it looks like I should have received a nmc payout around 17:00 UTC on 11/20, and I never received a notification in regards to that payment.

My nmc addy is still correct, and I received notifications about btc payments before and after that time period.  I can't confirm whether or not I actually received the payment as I'm at work right now.  When I go to lunch I can check my nmc wallet to see if I received the payment, but at the least it looks like there is something fishy with the notifications...?

Thanks!

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November 21, 2011, 04:01:34 PM
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Would just like to add that it does look like the payment has been made.  I'm pretty sure I found it in the block explorer.  Just no notification...

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And I just noticed that the signature bar doesn't seem to be working either.  I'm guessing your on top of these issues already, but just in case your not I figured I would let you know...

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November 21, 2011, 05:11:39 PM
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And I just noticed that the signature bar doesn't seem to be working either.  I'm guessing your on top of these issues already, but just in case your not I figured I would let you know...

Mine works Smiley

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November 21, 2011, 05:11:59 PM
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Would just like to add that it does look like the payment has been made.  I'm pretty sure I found it in the block explorer.  Just no notification...

I bet it's some problem with mailing system, configuring it is my nightmare. I'll check...

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And I just noticed that the signature bar doesn't seem to be working either.  I'm guessing your on top of these issues already, but just in case your not I figured I would let you know...

Looks like it's problem of btcstats.net. You can see that hashrate in API is correct...

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November 21, 2011, 07:47:18 PM
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Looks like it's problem of btcstats.net. You can see that hashrate in API is correct...

The btcstats.net web server is not able to retrieve stats (it's timing out).

A connection attempt failed because the connected party did not properly respond after a period of time, or established connection failed because connected host has failed to respond 176.31.157.133:80

The exact same sig generating code works fine when run from my machine (i.e. my desk machine has no problem retrieving stats).  Could it be that the real btcstats.net webserver (66.209.128.147) it is blocked by your DDoS protection system or something? 

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November 23, 2011, 11:30:30 PM
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I just recovered pool from some strange state where it was rejecting shares for some miners in last few hours. It should be fine now.

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Interesting.


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November 25, 2011, 05:11:50 PM
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Boy, luck isn't for this sides in the last hours Cheesy
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November 28, 2011, 11:11:04 PM
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Hi,
I am getting this error message when running cgminer against the slush pool.

XXX longpoll failed for http://api2.bitcoin.cz:8332:8404, sleeping for 30s

Is the pool using port 8404 for longpolls instead of a /LP/ like path.
In that case cgminer needs to be altered a little bit.
if not, well then where can the 8404 come from?


Best
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November 29, 2011, 12:59:18 AM
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Are you using the latest version of CgMiner?
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November 29, 2011, 01:17:29 AM
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 LP connected to api.bitcoin.cz:8407

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November 29, 2011, 08:40:28 AM
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Are you using the latest version of CgMiner?

Yes, i am using 2.0.8

LP connected to api.bitcoin.cz:8407

Hmm, it makes sense if cgminer cant handle port based LP's but why am i getting 8404 if the longpolls are done on 8407?


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November 29, 2011, 04:01:24 PM
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I just recovered pool from some strange state where it was rejecting shares for some miners in last few hours. It should be fine now.

Hi, my average hashrate is usually around 2200 Mhash/s, but the screen says 596 Mhash/s. Could it have something to do with that problem?

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November 29, 2011, 04:58:37 PM
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XXX longpoll failed for http://api2.bitcoin.cz:8332:8404, sleeping for 30s

Is the pool using port 8404 for longpolls instead of a /LP/ like path.

Looks like cgminer messed the parsing of URL, for some unknown reason. Port 8332 is "getwork" api, ports 8401-8410 are for LP broadcasts. That HTTP header for LP in getwork response is providing full URL for 8404 port. Can you report that to cgminer author?

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November 29, 2011, 05:01:01 PM
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Hi, my average hashrate is usually around 2200 Mhash/s, but the screen says 596 Mhash/s. Could it have something to do with that problem?

Average hashrate is calculated from submitted shares in last 10 rounds. It can be explained by some connection issues or if your miner was offline for some time. Did you have some connection issues today?

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November 29, 2011, 09:34:12 PM
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XXX longpoll failed for http://api2.bitcoin.cz:8332:8404, sleeping for 30s

Is the pool using port 8404 for longpolls instead of a /LP/ like path.

Looks like cgminer messed the parsing of URL, for some unknown reason. Port 8332 is "getwork" api, ports 8401-8410 are for LP broadcasts. That HTTP header for LP in getwork response is providing full URL for 8404 port. Can you report that to cgminer author?

Done Smiley thanx

//GoK

Hi,
I am using cgminer 2.0.8 and asked this question in the slush pool thread:

XXX longpoll failed for http://api2.bitcoin.cz:8332:8404, sleeping for 30s

Is the pool using port 8404 for longpolls instead of a /LP/ like path.
In that case cgminer needs to be altered a little bit.
if not, well then where can the 8404 come from?

And i got the answers that it does but it seems like the path parsing on cgminer is not working correctly?


XXX longpoll failed for http://api2.bitcoin.cz:8332:8404, sleeping for 30s

Is the pool using port 8404 for longpolls instead of a /LP/ like path.

Looks like cgminer messed the parsing of URL, for some unknown reason. Port 8332 is "getwork" api, ports 8401-8410 are for LP broadcasts. That HTTP header for LP in getwork response is providing full URL for 8404 port. Can you report that to cgminer author?

Best
//GoK


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November 29, 2011, 11:32:17 PM
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I was just wondering if anyone else had noticed the same pattern I have. It seems to me that every time the difficulty level drops we get a whole mess of multi-hour blocks immediately after. I'm sure of it on the last three difficulty drops, wasn't paying enough attention previously. Is this just my imagination or have others noticed it as well?

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November 29, 2011, 11:42:33 PM
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I was just wondering if anyone else had noticed the same pattern I have. It seems to me that every time the difficulty level drops we get a whole mess of multi-hour blocks immediately after. I'm sure of it on the last three difficulty drops, wasn't paying enough attention previously. Is this just my imagination or have others noticed it as well?

Thralen

Not directly answering your question, but I think this might be relevant to a lot of similar question.  Additionally, please do not take this post as an attack on your question/you as a person, it's just something I've wanted to get off my chest as I lurk the threads for the past month.

<Rant>
Your brain lies to you.  All day.  Every day.  It makes you see/notice things that aren't there because of "patterns" that may or may not exist.  The human brain is determined to create order out of chaos in order to line independent events up.  There's some great lectures out there, including one by Richard Dawkins, that talk about the brain's predisposition to applying 'models' to information and sensory inputs.  In the same way an optical illusion can make you see things that aren't there, you can see patterns in a few points of data, often times overlooking contradictory data simply to help the model fit in your head.

Now somebody could come in the very next post and demonstrate a trend of the pattern you recognized, pointing out it has been been consistent for the past 10, 20, 50, or 100 iterations.  It may actually be a problem and your post brings it to somebody's attention.  But hopefully somebody reads this and the next time they think they notice a pattern, they take some extra time to think about it and do some research on their own for a significant data sample before talking out patterns.
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