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July 04, 2011, 05:22:53 PM
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I'm not sure, but the result of deepbit calculator and that of bitcoinX.com are far from similar...(even though pool fee is considered)

Can anyone give me a clear explanation? Thank you! 
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July 04, 2011, 05:31:03 PM
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They're estimations that use different math....
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July 04, 2011, 05:31:37 PM
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I read your argument, and I don't even care about the topic - but it affords me a chance to get something off my chest.

What is it with you newbies and senationalist topics?

When the price of bitcoin goes down 40 cents, its "CRASH CRASH CRASH" not, "Hey, see a weakness at this level - what do you think?"

When you don't have any information, you take a random frantic stab and say "THESE GUYS CHEAT!! (I think, er, well maybe)" instead of "Anyone have a similar experience? What is going on?"

I'd love to see threads that weren't headlined in the most drama-fueled way possible. Or perhaps, this is just the fallout from 'reality' shows permeating cable networks, to the point where 'news' shows parody the very events they are supposed to be objectively reporting on. It takes restraint to not stir up the pot, and whenever I see one of these "Waving Flag - ALERT ALERT ALERT" kind of posts, I just have to wonder how much sugar they've had this morning.

Anyway, back to your regularly scheduled "BTC IS DEAD" and "IT IS GOING TO ZERO" crap topics.

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July 04, 2011, 05:32:22 PM
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Have you considered:

Network problems
Stale share rates
Less income due to pool hoppers (deepbit is proportional!)
Your local hashrate not being displayed correctly
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July 04, 2011, 05:49:11 PM
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I read your argument, and I don't even care about the topic - but it affords me a chance to get something off my chest.

What is it with you newbies and senationalist topics?

When the price of bitcoin goes down 40 cents, its "CRASH CRASH CRASH" not, "Hey, see a weakness at this level - what do you think?"

When you don't have any information, you take a random frantic stab and say "THESE GUYS CHEAT!! (I think, er, well maybe)" instead of "Anyone have a similar experience? What is going on?"

I'd love to see threads that weren't headlined in the most drama-fueled way possible. Or perhaps, this is just the fallout from 'reality' shows permeating cable networks, to the point where 'news' shows parody the very events they are supposed to be objectively reporting on. It takes restraint to not stir up the pot, and whenever I see one of these "Waving Flag - ALERT ALERT ALERT" kind of posts, I just have to wonder how much sugar they've had this morning.

Anyway, back to your regularly scheduled "BTC IS DEAD" and "IT IS GOING TO ZERO" crap topics.


It's the way internet boards are going these days. Reddit.com is a great example of how a good site turned into another sensationalist only trash heap. All the top stories either have misleading sensationalist titles, or point to sensationalist articles. It's pretty much Liberal Fox News over there.
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July 15, 2011, 07:05:24 AM
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I read your argument, and I don't even care about the topic - but it affords me a chance to get something off my chest.

What is it with you newbies and senationalist topics?

When the price of bitcoin goes down 40 cents, its "CRASH CRASH CRASH" not, "Hey, see a weakness at this level - what do you think?"

When you don't have any information, you take a random frantic stab and say "THESE GUYS CHEAT!! (I think, er, well maybe)" instead of "Anyone have a similar experience? What is going on?"

I'd love to see threads that weren't headlined in the most drama-fueled way possible. Or perhaps, this is just the fallout from 'reality' shows permeating cable networks, to the point where 'news' shows parody the very events they are supposed to be objectively reporting on. It takes restraint to not stir up the pot, and whenever I see one of these "Waving Flag - ALERT ALERT ALERT" kind of posts, I just have to wonder how much sugar they've had this morning.

Anyway, back to your regularly scheduled "BTC IS DEAD" and "IT IS GOING TO ZERO" crap topics.


It's a pitty that you didn't answer the question.
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July 15, 2011, 07:10:27 AM
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It's the way internet boards are going these days. Reddit.com is a great example of how a good site turned into another sensationalist only trash heap. All the top stories either have misleading sensationalist titles, or point to sensationalist articles. It's pretty much Liberal Fox News over there.
But I think everyone at this point has a filter for that shit.  Using forums for so long, you read the title, but you interpret without thinking as "What did this idiot misunderstand?" and go on based from that, still knowing the general topic that will be talked about within that thread.     Same actually applies to reddit, however I don't agree, then again I am probably just browsing more tech and humor posts than front page or serious news on that site.

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July 15, 2011, 09:42:44 PM
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try this calculator.

www.kaptain.me/btc_calc.php

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