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June 05, 2013, 03:40:48 PM
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ouch... new difficulty 15605632  Undecided
Jp 28,4% increase... Best I can think of it that Butterfly labs are "testing" customers ASIC... Since I don't think that there was any big ASIC shipment...

Except all the USB erupters...
There are only 300mh and they are not that many send out jet... To get that you would need 156.800 of them... No way... Or 4000 blades... Again no way...
Yesterday, one (or more) ppl have become from BTL 5ghps miner. They have posted on hungarian bitcoin forum. Have tested too and work fine.
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June 05, 2013, 04:03:18 PM
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Resetting my payout address doesnt seem to be working.  I am not receiving the confirmation email.

The account hasnt been used in over a year which may be causing complications?  Anything I can do to change the payout address?

Email has not been working for a few days since there was a database error. I received a response from Slush a couple of hours ago so I'm sure it will be fixed soon.
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June 05, 2013, 04:09:25 PM
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ouch... new difficulty 15605632  Undecided

And next difficulty is at current stipulated to be about 30 mill..... http://dot-bit.org/tools/nextDifficulty.php

surely that must be way off due to the latest change being today and not having any new figures to calculate from.
Its a shame the path of Bitcoin has gone the way of only being a benefit to the rich, the same way banks do....
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June 05, 2013, 04:11:03 PM
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ouch... new difficulty 15605632  Undecided
Jp 28,4% increase... Best I can think of it that Butterfly labs are "testing" customers ASIC... Since I don't think that there was any big ASIC shipment...

Except all the USB erupters...
There are only 300mh and they are not that many send out jet... To get that you would need 156.800 of them... No way... Or 4000 blades... Again no way...
Yesterday, one (or more) ppl have become from BTL 5ghps miner. They have posted on hungarian bitcoin forum. Have tested too and work fine.
So 8500 have BTL 5,5 have been send out... That would explain that increase. Or am I making some error in calculations? And they would need to be online for the whole time. Not just last days..
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June 05, 2013, 04:46:21 PM
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ouch... new difficulty 15605632  Undecided

And next difficulty is at current stipulated to be about 30 mill..... http://dot-bit.org/tools/nextDifficulty.php

And it's predicted to happen in just 10 days. I got into BTC mining mid April of this year and bought new GPUs early May, hoping it wasn't too late to catch some profit. Absolutely horrific timing. With every passing day I am further assured of my stupidity. Soon, the electricity cost will outweigh the gain and I will have had enough of this shafting. At which point, gaming may resume.

Any other chumps in the same boat here?

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June 05, 2013, 05:00:36 PM
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ouch... new difficulty 15605632  Undecided

And next difficulty is at current stipulated to be about 30 mill..... http://dot-bit.org/tools/nextDifficulty.php

And it's predicted to happen in just 10 days. I got into BTC mining mid April of this year and bought new GPUs early May, hoping it wasn't too late to catch some profit. Absolutely horrific timing. With every passing day I am further assured of my stupidity. Soon, the electricity cost will outweigh the gain and I will have had enough of this shafting. At which point, gaming may resume.

Any other chumps in the same boat here?

1.5 months here. I'm still putting my big GPU rig together. I have 4 USB ASICs coming that i paid way too much for. I just need to make enough BTCs that i can start getting in on the orders instead of buying from resellers. For me, this is just a hobby so profits are optional.

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June 05, 2013, 05:04:17 PM
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ouch... new difficulty 15605632  Undecided

And next difficulty is at current stipulated to be about 30 mill..... http://dot-bit.org/tools/nextDifficulty.php

And it's predicted to happen in just 10 days. I got into BTC mining mid April of this year and bought new GPUs early May, hoping it wasn't too late to catch some profit. Absolutely horrific timing. With every passing day I am further assured of my stupidity. Soon, the electricity cost will outweigh the gain and I will have had enough of this shafting. At which point, gaming may resume.

Any other chumps in the same boat here?



Switch to Litecoin when your running costs outweigh your profits.

Bitcoin (SHA-256 hash) ASIC technology is not suited to Litecoin (Scrypt) mining, so GPUs will be profitable for sometime to come.

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Use this to calculate mining profitability on various alt coins:
http://dustcoin.com/mining
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June 05, 2013, 05:07:26 PM
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ouch... new difficulty 15605632  Undecided

And next difficulty is at current stipulated to be about 30 mill..... http://dot-bit.org/tools/nextDifficulty.php

And it's predicted to happen in just 10 days. I got into BTC mining mid April of this year and bought new GPUs early May, hoping it wasn't too late to catch some profit. Absolutely horrific timing. With every passing day I am further assured of my stupidity. Soon, the electricity cost will outweigh the gain and I will have had enough of this shafting. At which point, gaming may resume.

Any other chumps in the same boat here?

"hoping it wasn't too late to catch some profit"
it's a joke ? Cheesy

how much have you spent on new GPUs early may ?
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June 05, 2013, 05:07:36 PM
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Estimated reward on current block seems to be dwindling away to nothing with me - others the same?
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June 05, 2013, 05:19:12 PM
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ouch... new difficulty 15605632  Undecided

And next difficulty is at current stipulated to be about 30 mill..... http://dot-bit.org/tools/nextDifficulty.php

And it's predicted to happen in just 10 days. I got into BTC mining mid April of this year and bought new GPUs early May, hoping it wasn't too late to catch some profit. Absolutely horrific timing. With every passing day I am further assured of my stupidity. Soon, the electricity cost will outweigh the gain and I will have had enough of this shafting. At which point, gaming may resume.

Any other chumps in the same boat here?

"hoping it wasn't too late to catch some profit"
it's a joke ? Cheesy

how much have you spent on new GPUs early may ?

Not really a joke, but indeed laughable. $860 with tax and shipping. Nothing close to that is ever coming back to my pockets as a result. Was hoping to be able to satisfy a few of my friends' bitcoin appetite since sending our money to MtGox is not really an available option where I'm from. As was mentioned, it's an interesting hobby and it's been a fun ride. Besides, it's not like the GPUs are now useless. They can still be enjoyed for their designed purpose.

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June 05, 2013, 05:20:53 PM
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almost time to EBAY my AMD's while I can still get around $180 for them which will be win win...
from their recent Gift Card offers and Sales along with selling all the free games that came with them!
I paid around $150 for each card...
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June 05, 2013, 05:21:22 PM
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Estimated reward on current block seems to be dwindling away to nothing with me - others the same?

must be a score reset, my reward is also dwindled and score seems low...  should go back up as long as block isnt solved soon.
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June 05, 2013, 05:28:40 PM
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ouch... new difficulty 15605632  Undecided

And next difficulty is at current stipulated to be about 30 mill..... http://dot-bit.org/tools/nextDifficulty.php

And it's predicted to happen in just 10 days. I got into BTC mining mid April of this year and bought new GPUs early May, hoping it wasn't too late to catch some profit. Absolutely horrific timing. With every passing day I am further assured of my stupidity. Soon, the electricity cost will outweigh the gain and I will have had enough of this shafting. At which point, gaming may resume.

Any other chumps in the same boat here?

"hoping it wasn't too late to catch some profit"
it's a joke ? Cheesy

how much have you spent on new GPUs early may ?

Not really a joke, but indeed laughable. $860 with tax and shipping. Nothing close to that is ever coming back to my pockets as a result. Was hoping to be able to satisfy a few of my friends' bitcoin appetite since sending our money to MtGox is not really an available option where I'm from. As was mentioned, it's an interesting hobby and it's been a fun ride. Besides, it's not like the GPUs are now useless. They can still be enjoyed for their designed purpose.

Go to litecoin mining if your want money back Wink wemineltc is a great pool, IRC with active members, active ADMIN
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June 05, 2013, 06:19:17 PM
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Yeah I hadnt noticed but PAYOUT Emails are major lagged....
  I just go 1 from yesterday right now, 4 still not arrived...
Since I am the email server I know it isnt me.

no matter payouts are processing
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June 05, 2013, 06:28:20 PM
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Estimated reward on current block seems to be dwindling away to nothing with me - others the same?

My reward has declined over the last half a dozen blocks.  A lot of hashing being added to the pool or...?
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June 05, 2013, 06:32:50 PM
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Payout on 18415 & 18416 is brutal. Hopefully we can see a price rise to help us out.
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June 05, 2013, 06:55:16 PM
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I know you'll laugh - but I got into this for looking for something to do and I enjoy tweaking the settings.  Finding overclock setting that push out a few more hashes and the learning curve that its provided.  Ive not spent that much on hardware, but I have spent some and people have given me old cards so that I can play - but I've probably spent more money in electricity than I should.  Still enjoying it ,but i think when I've hit my Bitcoin target I'm moving to Litecoin.     I vowed I'd stay with Bitcoin as I felt that 1 new currency would be taken seriously, but now we have a silly amount of other currencies that make cyrpto currency a sorta joke(IMO), and because Bitcoin had been getting good media attention.

I cant afford the asics, hell i cant even afford a small time fpga.....wish i found bitcoin mining early on  :-(

http://litepool.in  <----an easy to understand, helpful and friendly, ltc mining pool.
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June 05, 2013, 07:11:22 PM
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Yeah I hadnt noticed but PAYOUT Emails are major lagged....
  I just go 1 from yesterday right now, 4 still not arrived...
Since I am the email server I know it isnt me.

no matter payouts are processing

ACK.

Payout made last night - 2013-06-04 23:01:07 (server time = UTC), received, but there is still no email and not even an attempt to send one, according to my server logs.
My guess is that the mail queue is full with mails to a bad address (i.e. resolving to an unreachable or partially responsive IP), which takes a long time to try sending and delays the rest.

@Slush (or anyone with similar problem) you may try to cleanup of all mails older than 24h and check with ''sendmail -v -qf" which address is the bad one (if sendmail is used of course)

EDIT: just received the email the delay is caused by:

Received: from localhost ([::1] helo=pool.kvm.bnet)
 by pool.kvm.bnet with esmtp (Exim 4.80)
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 Tue, 04 Jun 2013 21:03:04 +0000

The next one is a day later to ****.cz at "Wed, 05 Jun 2013 20:53:06 +0200" , so it is probably a problem with routing because of the floods ?!

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June 05, 2013, 07:16:27 PM
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I just recieved some mail from the pool Smiley.

Now I cannot change my Namecoin payout address.
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June 05, 2013, 07:18:59 PM
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I cant afford the asics, hell i cant even afford a small time fpga.....wish i found bitcoin mining early on  :-(

There are ASICs below the price of GPU, but with them there is no pleasure of tweaking and overclocking

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