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April 26, 2013, 01:58:31 PM
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How do you change your password? The link to change the password takes me to a reset feature

https://mining.bitcoin.cz/accounts/password/reset/

use that page to get a reset email sent to your registered email address.

wtf is my registered email?

The email you use to register in site and where you get site notifications

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April 26, 2013, 02:03:09 PM
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How do you change your password? The link to change the password takes me to a reset feature

https://mining.bitcoin.cz/accounts/password/reset/

use that page to get a reset email sent to your registered email address.

wtf is my registered email?

The email you use to register in site and where you get site notifications

I don't get notifications and I registered 3 years ago...

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April 26, 2013, 02:05:31 PM
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How do you change your password? The link to change the password takes me to a reset feature

https://mining.bitcoin.cz/accounts/password/reset/

use that page to get a reset email sent to your registered email address.

wtf is my registered email?

The email you use to register in site and where you get site notifications

I don't get notifications and I registered 3 years ago...

Then you need to pm or email slush.
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April 26, 2013, 02:33:00 PM
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hello,
one question abaout mnc..

i "installed" the mnc-option at the "crash-day" and now there will come some in,-- but,..

the most of the income-stats says "none", but in the same times i earnd btc´s.. for example what i mean to say..
block17679..btc and mnc
blocks 17680-17684.. only btc
block17685..btc and nmc
blocks17686-17692.. only btc
block 17693 .. btc and mnc
and from 17694 till the actual one .. only btc..

is this normal that there are not even at every blocks are nmc to mine, or is there somthing wrong..??

thx very much for answers

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April 26, 2013, 02:41:07 PM
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hello,
one question abaout mnc..

i "installed" the mnc-option at the "crash-day" and now there will come some in,-- but,..

the most of the income-stats says "none", but in the same times i earnd btc´s.. for example what i mean to say..
block17679..btc and mnc
blocks 17680-17684.. only btc
block17685..btc and nmc
blocks17686-17692.. only btc
block 17693 .. btc and mnc
and from 17694 till the actual one .. only btc..

is this normal that there are not even at every blocks are nmc to mine, or is there somthing wrong..??

thx very much for answers

joerg

seriously, a quick search would have gotten you the answer so much quicker.  It's already in this thread like 50 times.

NMC are only mined with the getwork protocol, which is only about 3% of the miners on the pool.  The stratum protocol, which is 97%, doesn't support nmc mining.  Which is why, where there are nmc rewards, they are small.

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April 26, 2013, 03:13:05 PM
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hello,
one question abaout mnc..

i "installed" the mnc-option at the "crash-day" and now there will come some in,-- but,..

the most of the income-stats says "none", but in the same times i earnd btc´s.. for example what i mean to say..
block17679..btc and mnc
blocks 17680-17684.. only btc
block17685..btc and nmc
blocks17686-17692.. only btc
block 17693 .. btc and mnc
and from 17694 till the actual one .. only btc..

is this normal that there are not even at every blocks are nmc to mine, or is there somthing wrong..??

thx very much for answers

joerg

seriously, a quick search would have gotten you the answer so much quicker.  It's already in this thread like 50 times.

NMC are only mined with the getwork protocol, which is only about 3% of the miners on the pool.  The stratum protocol, which is 97%, doesn't support nmc mining.  Which is why, where there are nmc rewards, they are small.

In case you're unfamiliar with the forum, the search box is in upper right of the page -- enter "namecoin" (without the quotes), for example, and you'll find lots of good info on that topic.

btw, you can choose getwork over stratum, but your fees will be doubled to 4%
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April 26, 2013, 03:16:07 PM
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btw, you can choose getwork over stratum, but your fees will be doubled to 4%

I thought it was 10%

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April 26, 2013, 03:16:43 PM
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btw, you can choose getwork over stratum, but your fees will be doubled to 4%

I thought it was 10%

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1976.msg1524107#msg1524107

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April 26, 2013, 03:21:24 PM
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I didn't know you could have multiple accounts on one e-mail address..

Litecoin ♥ Bitcoin
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April 26, 2013, 03:22:30 PM
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Yup, 10% -- my bad -- was thinking of something else.
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April 26, 2013, 04:05:34 PM
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I woke up yesterday to find there was a problem with slush's pool ... went to bed yesterday with that problem on its way to being solved, and I wake today to find that problem solved. Slush's response to this attack has been (at least in my personal experience) light years faster than the responses of major corporations with their web site problems. So, without further adieu, GLASSES UP FOR SLUSH (I will wait however until I get back from today's town run as it may affect my driving). Many thanks to Slush.
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April 26, 2013, 04:08:50 PM
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I woke up yesterday to find there was a problem with slush's pool ... went to bed yesterday with that problem on its way to being solved, and I wake today to find that problem solved. Slush's response to this attack has been (at least in my personal experience) light years faster than the responses of major corporations with their web site problems. So, without further adieu, GLASSES UP FOR SLUSH (I will wait however until I get back from today's town run as it may affect my driving). Many thanks to Slush.

And, must considerate that an major corporation have a big crew an resources to solve the trouble and Slush is working alone

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April 26, 2013, 04:16:53 PM
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Hi this is normal ?



211 + 214 = 425 Mhash ?
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April 26, 2013, 04:23:51 PM
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I woke up yesterday to find there was a problem with slush's pool ... went to bed yesterday with that problem on its way to being solved, and I wake today to find that problem solved. Slush's response to this attack has been (at least in my personal experience) light years faster than the responses of major corporations with their web site problems. So, without further adieu, GLASSES UP FOR SLUSH (I will wait however until I get back from today's town run as it may affect my driving). Many thanks to Slush.

And, must considerate that an major corporation have a big crew an resources to solve the trouble and Slush is working alone
I agree!
Slush thanks for your hard work and dedication! It is really appreciated!
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April 26, 2013, 04:28:32 PM
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I woke up yesterday to find there was a problem with slush's pool ... went to bed yesterday with that problem on its way to being solved, and I wake today to find that problem solved. Slush's response to this attack has been (at least in my personal experience) light years faster than the responses of major corporations with their web site problems. So, without further adieu, GLASSES UP FOR SLUSH (I will wait however until I get back from today's town run as it may affect my driving). Many thanks to Slush.

I just finished an 18-part video tutorial on Amazon AWS -- makes me appreciate what slush did to move everything from OVH to EC2 and get things running again in such a short time.  He could do consulting!
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April 26, 2013, 04:42:53 PM
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Hi this is normal ?



211 + 214 = 425 Mhash ?

That depends. Have you been mining uninterruptedly with both miners in the last 10 rounds, i.e., since 01:45 UTC?
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April 26, 2013, 04:52:10 PM
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Hi this is normal ?



211 + 214 = 425 Mhash ?

That depends. Have you been mining uninterruptedly with both miners in the last 10 rounds, i.e., since 01:45 UTC?

To better explain, that average hashrate at the top is an average of all workers over the last 10 rounds.  So if you went down for any period of time during the last 10 rounds your average will be affected.

You will see it climb back up to normal as new blocks are found. At least as long as you continue mining at the same rate...

If I help you out: 17QatvSdciyv2zsdAbphDEUzST1S6x46c3
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April 26, 2013, 05:01:45 PM
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Hi this is normal ?



211 + 214 = 425 Mhash ?

That depends. Have you been mining uninterruptedly with both miners in the last 10 rounds, i.e., since 01:45 UTC?

To better explain, that average hashrate at the top is an average of all workers over the last 10 rounds.  So if you went down for any period of time during the last 10 rounds your average will be affected.

You will see it climb back up to normal as new blocks are found. At least as long as you continue mining at the same rate...

Thanks  Wink  , I will wait more time to see if change
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April 26, 2013, 05:06:27 PM
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How can i TIP Slush for being a PIMP?

I am poor, but i do work for Coin Smiley
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April 26, 2013, 05:12:45 PM
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How can i TIP Slush for being a PIMP?

He's got his first bits on his sig, but I can't convert them into a full address.  I've pm'ed him for his donation address.  When he gets back to me I can pass it along.

I will be making a donation, probably around .15 btc, not much I know, but it's at least 15% of what I own right now...lol

And I would recommend others do the same!!! Anyone who has had questions answered, anyone who mined throughout the entire website outage, etc.  SLUSH HAS BUSTED HIS BUT FOR ALL OF US.  As far as I'm concerned that's the best way for us to return the favor and help him out.

If I help you out: 17QatvSdciyv2zsdAbphDEUzST1S6x46c3
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