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December 30, 2011, 08:11:01 PM
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Something just went down...

Everything just got real quiet all of a sudden.   Cry

Let's hope it's not another ddos.

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December 30, 2011, 08:13:19 PM
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Looks like. Im travelling home right now,i'll look what's going on in few minutes.

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December 30, 2011, 08:14:46 PM
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And it's back up again....

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December 30, 2011, 08:18:34 PM
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And it's back up again....

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My miners had connection problems for 6-7 minutes.

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December 30, 2011, 09:07:04 PM
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I checked the server and found the message about losing network link for a moment. It looks like somebody pulled out network cable/restart switch. Actually it's second time when I see this type of outage, firstly it was ~month ago. Now everything works fine, sorry for the issue.

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December 31, 2011, 03:41:22 PM
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Fairly bad luck over the last couple of days... Hopefully there'll be a few days of good luck to make up for it soon Smiley

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December 31, 2011, 04:09:16 PM
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Fairly bad luck over the last couple of days... Hopefully there'll be a few days of good luck to make up for it soon Smiley

7 day luck average is still 102% ;-).

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December 31, 2011, 06:32:46 PM
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7 day luck average is still 102% ;-).

Very true Smiley

Hopefully there will be enough confirmations today for me to get my 1st "big" payout of 10BTC Smiley

If all goes well over January I'll be looking at building a few more miners. Quite new to bitcoin really, got 3x 5830s (and a Geforce and a Core i7 CPU) mining away for now.

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December 31, 2011, 07:52:05 PM
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Unfortunately, my miner was down for that whole period of good luck...  Angry

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January 01, 2012, 07:34:39 AM
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Any plans to implement merged mining for i0Coins?
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January 01, 2012, 03:21:04 PM
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Bemtje: No, I even don't know i0coin project. Actually I'm not a fan of alternative currencies, because it is splittling development effort between many small projects, instead of focusing to improve Bitcoin as much as possible. There's still a lot of unused potential in Bitcoin.

I did only one exception with Namecoin, for a good reason. Namecoin mainly isn't a currency, but general-purpose decentralized key/value store. Another benefit is that Namecoin was created especially for storing non-financial data into blockchain, so existence of Namecoin keep Bitcoin blockchain (potentially) cleaner.

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January 02, 2012, 02:30:54 AM
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Happy New Year Slush and community! Personally, I would love to see work done on security and perhaps making visible the average current hash-rate & statistics for particular workers if possible.

I very much like the idea of locking in the bitcoin and namecoin addresses for one day after updating them, as well as a notification email when a change of payout address / or even email address / account password has been made, sent to the formerly registered email address.

In case anyone ever hacks my account, I have 24 hours to notice and to take action. If it's not too much of a problem programming, one can and should imitate take the good stuff from other pools. It would allow me to keep slightly higher amounts of bitcoins on the pool site and I wouldn't have to bother checking every few hours if my latest transaction made it to my client. Having to spend time checking up on transactions and profile safety is money, too. Time I could use to relax and do something fun with my bitcoins.  This security measure is even more important now that people seem to have (luckily?) forgotten all about the bitcoin bubble of last year and we are in RALLY Mode. It would just make me feel safer.

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January 02, 2012, 04:17:15 PM
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Happy New Year Slush and community!

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Personally, I would love to see work done on security and perhaps making visible the average current hash-rate & statistics for particular workers if possible.

I think that security is at comparable level with all other pools. To be honest, I see some "security solutions" more like "security thru obscurity". For example, locking payout addresses is nightmare to resolve for me as sysadmin when somebody lose his wallet and have significant amount of coins on the account. Should I leave it "as is" and potentially send his bitcoins to black hole or should I do "an exception" and change his payout address manually? Where's the point of such security option?

Actually all significant changes must be confirmed from registered email, so locking address have no sense. If anybody use same password for the pool account and for his email, it's his problem, this is not a kindergarten. If he has computer compromited (so the attacker have an access to pool account and to mailbox), then the attacker can do the payout to 'locked address' and steal coins from compromited computer. I still don't see the benefit of address locking.

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It would allow me to keep slightly higher amounts of bitcoins on the pool site

Honestly, I'm trying to push people to don't keep their balance on the pool. It's a pool, not a bank and I don't want to be responsible for already mined coins. You know, my pool has no security issues so far, but a) there's no reason to keep high balances on pool b) higher balances motivate attackers...

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I wouldn't have to bother checking every few hours if my latest transaction made it to my client

Do you have any issue with payouts? Afaik it's 'set it up and forget', so I don't think it's necessary to check every transaction... Simply use some amount which will lead to one payout per one or two days and everything will work for you automatically...

About the hashrate - it's more technical issue, I can display 10-round average or current block average. First one has significant latency and second one is inexact. Unfortunately current pool solution don't let me provide worker hashrate in some standard way, like '30 min average'.

I very much like the idea of locking in the bitcoin and namecoin addresses for one day after updating them, as well as a notification email when a change of payout address / or even email address / account password has been made, sent to the formerly registered email address.

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January 02, 2012, 04:26:27 PM
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About the hashrate - it's more technical issue, I can display 10-round average or current block average. First one has significant latency and second one is inexact. Unfortunately current pool solution don't let me provide worker hashrate in some standard way, like '30 min average'.


I wouldn't mind seeing the current block average hashrate in my account.  That would make it a lot easier for me to tell if I had a problem with one of my miners.

I know the hashrate will fluctuate a little bit, but if it drops like 300 mhash from one block to another then I know to start checking things out.  With the ten block average I don't always notice right away because it takes a few blocks before the change is noticeable.

Just my two bitcents....

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January 02, 2012, 04:47:54 PM
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I wouldn't mind seeing the current block average hashrate in my account.  That would make it a lot easier for me to tell if I had a problem with one of my miners.

The problem is that with every new round, you'll see all hashrates as 0 Mhash/s, which is mostly unusable for normal users. This is the reason why worker hashrate is hidden and you can see it only in HTML source of profile page...

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January 02, 2012, 05:01:18 PM
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The problem is that with every new round, you'll see all hashrates as 0 Mhash/s, which is mostly unusable for normal users. This is the reason why worker hashrate is hidden and you can see it only in HTML source of profile page...

How about doing a check to see if there's been over x amount of shares submitted? If it's less than x then it will display "calculating" instead.

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January 03, 2012, 03:39:01 AM
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Alternatively, instead of showing MHash for current block, save that value when the block ends and display it on the next block so it might read:

Hashrate for last round: 261 MHash

That way, if you are watching you can catch a problem within 1 round and you don't end up with the issues for those of us (like me) who don't mine 24/7 with the 10 round average. I assume it would be possible to save that value someplace at the end of each round (from your statement: I can display 10-round average or current block average) for access in whatever manner you choose to make it accessible.

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January 03, 2012, 05:20:14 AM
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Just found my first block!!!  Grin  Been dedicating 1.45 GH/s for a while to this pool... that's soon to increase!   Wink

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January 03, 2012, 10:15:36 AM
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Ok, so locking up wallet adresses may not be a feasible idea. I'm just trying to freeroam with my thoughts here thinking what could still be improved. I understand that you don't want to be responsible for larger sums of BTC in case of hacker attacks, and it's not a problem really. Hypothetically, if I had to decide not to use my own wallet, I'd feel more comfortable leaving BTC in the pool than at an exchange for obvious reasons. Wondering if that trust can't be used to create something even greater, like an uberpool (j/k). But seriously, the gold and silver idea is dead I suppose, after the recent price drops? Any other good ideas coming up?

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January 04, 2012, 04:26:06 AM
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I wouldn't mind seeing the current block average hashrate in my account.  That would make it a lot easier for me to tell if I had a problem with one of my miners.

The problem is that with every new round, you'll see all hashrates as 0 Mhash/s, which is mostly unusable for normal users. This is the reason why worker hashrate is hidden and you can see it only in HTML source of profile page...

Could you change that to a css class with display:none instead of commenting it out? Makes it easier for users who want to see it to unhide it. I can post a chrome user script for anyone interested.

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