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Author Topic: New Pool with high Pay outs More than 13BTC for biggest miner  (Read 1051 times)
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June 27, 2011, 05:42:04 PM

 New pool is out !

 RPC URL: port: 8338

 The first block is in work. about 2GH/s at the moment.

  1st. TopMiner will get 13BTC extra
  2nd.                         9BTC
  3nd                          5BTC

  The next 2 weeks there will be a iphone APP to checxk your stats on the pool.

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June 27, 2011, 08:13:52 PM

yeah I was watching this pool over the past two days and it has to be the most unfair pool I have seen. Basically nobody with less than 800Mh is going to rank in the top three and I assume your the one in first place, mcmeidi 1000Mh. At any given time with enough blocks left in a round a major mining rig could come in and trounce the others thus with less time in the pool able to scarf up more BTC than those in the round from the beginning. Sure other pools are the same in that the fastest rig wins but in your case that fastest rig can come in late and get a bonus on top of the valid shares submitted.

I can see this being interesting for some miner pushing GHashes where 4 or 5 of them might come in trying for that 1st place bonus but for anyone under 800Mh it's a losing operation and they would do better over time at a proportional pool.
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