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July 12, 2011, 09:10:08 AM
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sorry but I can stay only for so long...

awwww.... too bad :/ 

Thanks for the 3 million shares you could spare tho! Smiley
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July 12, 2011, 09:26:22 AM
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Reposting in case anybody is wondering:

It is difficult these days to start a new pool. There is no reason to join a new pool if it does not at least solves a block or two per day even if otherwise the terms offered are more than reasonable.

I have about 50 Ghps hashing capacity which I can deploy to any pool. Should you wish to get some kickstart for your new pool I can help you.

The price is very modest...

Then again small pools are the key to keeping Bitcoin safe! Switching is not hard, you just need to have a little more patience for the BTCs to start rolling in.

Going to keep my 1.6GHps pointed at this pool! Let's get some more users here!

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July 12, 2011, 09:32:29 AM
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Please do not be upset. Please understand I am operating a business and as such manage risks. There are risks which I am not prepared to take for long.



I understand Smiley  Im not upset... was surprised to see you point so much  power at us for that long.... im quite surprised actually that we didnt solve a block.  You point 50GH at us for the whole weekend....odd!
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July 12, 2011, 08:50:30 PM
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I can't believe that the pool isn't attracting more people.    I think that it's a great idea to give a little to the developers and even with the donations, the overall fees are lower than most big pools. Props to AnnihilaT for comming up with the idea and for making it work.

Also, the pool is working great so far besides the fact that we are still are looking for the first block.     My stales count is low and I never get refused connections.

@Vladimir - We can not be mad at you. You contributed more to the pool in one weekend than the rest of us can do in a month.  Thanks for trying to kickstart this.

@AnnihilaT - Maybe you should add to the thread topic that a small percentage of the mined coins are going to the developers.  It might attract more people.

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July 12, 2011, 08:55:26 PM
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It just seems to be an unlucky break that a block hasn't been found yet, but the prob is ppl feel like their has power is being wasted if they don't get payed after a certain amount of time. I think i'm going to turn back over a little more power for a while and see if the block can be found.

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July 12, 2011, 10:22:07 PM
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@AnnihilaT - Maybe you should add to the thread topic that a small percentage of the mined coins are going to the developers.  It might attract more people.


Did this in the beginning without much interest.  But im willing to try again.  Main thread topic has been edited.

BTW, full disclosure:  the idea wasnt mine.   There is credit in the original post for the guy who came up with the idea and i had a pool just about to come online when he posted his idea.  We thought it was a good cause and agreed to set our pool up this way.   Doesnt seem to be alot of interest tho on a wide scale for donating back to the bitcoin developers or else it just needs some more time for the news to get out Smiley   

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July 13, 2011, 12:42:05 AM
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And SuperVlad is back!  Cool  Cool  At least for the moment Smiley
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July 13, 2011, 02:30:25 AM
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Can you please consider changing the autopayout to 0.1 minimum.

Also, how do i know if im on 0% fees?

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July 13, 2011, 08:12:39 AM
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Can you please consider changing the autopayout to 0.1 minimum.

Also, how do i know if im on 0% fees?

A related question would be - how does the "auto" payout mode work? Pay per every block found?

Also I second the request to have the fixed donation % visible somewhere in the profile.

Let's put a mention of the pool in the user signatures! I just did, we should spread the word around!

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July 13, 2011, 10:18:44 AM
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Can you please consider changing the autopayout to 0.1 minimum.

Also, how do i know if im on 0% fees?

Hi Kripz,

Considered and done.  Threshold settings down to 0.10 BTC are now supported.  1 BTC minimum indeed didnt make alot of sense.

Your account is 0% fee Early adopter type.   Its a good idea to give an indication of this so i will code that in a bit later today as well.
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July 13, 2011, 10:30:19 AM
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A related question would be - how does the "auto" payout mode work? Pay per every block found?

Also I second the request to have the fixed donation % visible somewhere in the profile.

Let's put a mention of the pool in the user signatures! I just did, we should spread the word around!

This is a good question.   More or less,  yes, it happens for every found block.  To be more accurate it is triggered for every found block with 120 confirms.  Ill explain in more detail.

A discovered block will need 120 network confirms before its paid out to your site wallet/balance.   Every few minutes the site software is checking for new blocks found and updating the number of confirmations on our own found blocks.   When the number of confirms on our own found blocks becomes greater than 119,  this triggers a full count of every shares contributed to that block, calculates the payout per user, and updates their wallet balance with the confirmed reward.   Immediately thereafter,  we check to see if any user has a balance of greater than 0.10 BTC in their wallet and if so check to see if the threshold amount is lower than the amount in their wallet.  If so,  we send them their balance otherwise the balance remains in their site wallet which can be manually cashed out at any time.  

Keep in mind that even amounts lower than 0.10 BTC can always be withdrawn with the Manual Payout / Instant method.  Its only that automatic payment can only be triggered from 0.10 BTC or higher.  If you have lower balance than that you just need to log in and manually pay yourself out from your balance.

Fixed donation percent is a good idea and will be added in soon!  Thanks for the suggestions!
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July 13, 2011, 04:26:41 PM
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Each account now shows when you are logged in at the left under your username what your account type is and what your pool and donate fee percentages are set to.

Cheers,
Anni
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July 13, 2011, 08:34:31 PM
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Hi,

Another idea for the site: allow to remember the password via a cookie at login (or some ohter method you may prefer). I hate it that i have to retype my user/pass each time i visit the site.
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July 13, 2011, 08:54:54 PM
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Hi,

Another idea for the site: allow to remember the password via a cookie at login (or some ohter method you may prefer). I hate it that i have to retype my user/pass each time i visit the site.
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Why dont you let your browser remember it ?   

Also, If you arent clicking logout and you are allowing cookies from this domain it should keep you logged in for 1 week at least unless your ip is changing   
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July 14, 2011, 07:08:29 AM
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Having trouble with my ISP, so miners down atm :-(

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July 14, 2011, 06:26:00 PM
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Having trouble with my ISP, so miners down atm :-(

Saw you got it fixed.   We are having problems with a incredibly long round at the moment... wish we could do something about that Sad
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July 14, 2011, 08:59:49 PM
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Welcome back Vladimir

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July 16, 2011, 03:19:28 PM
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Just spilled some hashes to you as a backup... while primary RPC target went down on me.

But guys, do stay put, better time are coming to this pool, I am sure. Just have a bit of patience.



Guys,

He wasnt lying Smiley   Its official - Vladimir is back and this time its for good.   Check it out:

https://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=29423.0

Now its time to rock!  Bring your friends, lovers, and enemies.... we are GOING to hit that block and get this thing moving!
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July 16, 2011, 08:01:43 PM
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 Grin

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July 17, 2011, 10:35:57 AM
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Hm, sounds interesting.

Which scoring method exactly is being used? The exponential one by Meni Rosenfeld? A custom one?

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