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September 15, 2013, 02:22:34 AM
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Ahmed, your auto payout isn't working.

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September 15, 2013, 02:43:04 AM
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im going to do a guess out of funds but we can see, does auto work?

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September 15, 2013, 02:52:18 AM
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94K GME unconfirmed and only 3k in the wallet atm. so thats why you cant withdraw, try again in 10 mins will transfer some from the cold storage

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September 15, 2013, 04:44:52 AM
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Well it has been a little over 100 blocks but even the current system of looking 576 blocks into the past would work just fine if the coin had a reasonable sized network that was pretty stable. The coin would find it's sweet spot in time.

The real problem is miners chasing the high profitability of whatever the coin of the hour may be. This problem is endemic across the entire market.

yes, agreed! Nothing is going wrong at the moment.

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I really don't want to hard fork it again as it won't really change anything other than the speed at which it goes from one extreme to the other. I may just leave it as is.

Bravo! GME is going well atm, no reason to update again.

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As you say, it may be an idea to ask Sal002 to remove it from coinchoose until the network has time to find it's feet.

Neither removing from coinchoose nor baning multipools is neccessarry.

Moreover this would be bad for the popularity of the coin and therefore I wouldnt do this.
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September 15, 2013, 04:48:58 AM
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Well it has been a little over 100 blocks but even the current system of looking 576 blocks into the past would work just fine if the coin had a reasonable sized network that was pretty stable. The coin would find it's sweet spot in time.

The real problem is miners chasing the high profitability of whatever the coin of the hour may be. This problem is endemic across the entire market.

I really don't want to hard fork it again as it won't really change anything other than the speed at which it goes from one extreme to the other. I may just leave it as is.

As you say, it may be an idea to ask Sal002 to remove it from coinchoose until the network has time to find it's feet.

Since this is the second time this has happened recently, perhaps you still have it looking back too many blocks... look at all the other coins that have had this massive hash rush thru the past weeks and recovered fine... just a thought but I can't think of many coins that have been hamstrung by this problem, and are still a viable coin.

for example franko had this kind of massive hash- and difficulty swings without harm and without any updates/changes to the client ....

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September 15, 2013, 04:50:05 AM
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i agree with bcx for once. another thing which needs to be done is tompool needs to keep off GME. a stable low hash is far better than a 2 min spike in the hash
You realize that tompool is only like 26Mh/s which is tiny. There are people with 10 times that jumping on the coin. There is no way tompool could get the coin up to 3.1 diff that it is at currently. Work it out first before you are critical.


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September 15, 2013, 04:51:51 AM
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i agree with bcx for once. another thing which needs to be done is tompool needs to keep off GME. a stable low hash is far better than a 2 min spike in the hash
You realize that tompool is only like 26Mh/s which is tiny. There are people with 10 times that jumping on the coin. There is no way tompool could get the coin up to 3.1 diff that it is at currently. Work it out first before you are critical.

actually YOU need to work it out before being critical. tompool themselvs have said  on their website that the multipool will occasionally switch to GME aside from the static GME mining,The mulipool should not switch to gme period! its a chain reaction which will only affect gme not benefit it


YOU say, GME will not profit from, but other people does have other opinions.
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September 15, 2013, 04:55:44 AM
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i agree with bcx for once. another thing which needs to be done is tompool needs to keep off GME. a stable low hash is far better than a 2 min spike in the hash
You realize that tompool is only like 26Mh/s which is tiny. There are people with 10 times that jumping on the coin. There is no way tompool could get the coin up to 3.1 diff that it is at currently. Work it out first before you are critical.

actually YOU need to work it out before being critical. tompool themselvs have said  on their website that the multipool will occasionally switch to GME aside from the static GME mining,The mulipool should not switch to gme period! its a chain reaction which will only affect gme not benefit it
FFS It's pretty obvious that you open your mouth before looking up how many MH/s you need to have before getting to a particular difficulty figure tompool is not capable of achieving more than about 30MH/s

On average it takes (difficulty * 2^32 hashes) to solve each block, so to get to 3.1 diff it means there were 3.1* 2^32 hashes in a 2.5min period, which is many times more than tompool can do.



the peak in GME-network-wide hashing power I noticed was around 450.000 MHs and only a fraction came from Tomspool ...
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September 15, 2013, 04:58:06 AM
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it may be any more than tompool can do, But it does not do GME ANY favours. so it should stay off

This is only your opinion!

And probably you just say that because he is a 0.00%-fee-pool taking away your profits from your partly non-working pool ....
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September 15, 2013, 04:58:59 AM
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it may be any more than tompool can do, But it does not do GME ANY favours. so it should stay off
You are nothing but a troll aren't you, you have no idea when tompool was even last on GME, you just want to promote your own pool by trying to discredit the pools that actually helped when the coin was relaunched. Welcome to my ignore list.




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September 15, 2013, 04:59:48 AM
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Has anyone asked CoinChoose to delist GME?

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September 15, 2013, 01:02:11 PM
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We seem to have runway low diff again.

0.07584385 and falling. I suspect a time warp attack from a solo miner, and fork.

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September 15, 2013, 01:13:49 PM
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We have address GXXTCTVdr8VwiF2s1fjQ4i2FLyL6azUaRi with 116 blocks and address GeUhKC1g5HMhgRMwf6xBtc1TKYGZChzXBw with 673 blocks. In addition, many blocks go to "UNKNOWN" in the block explorer (like 67357).

P.S. Diff is at 0.060 right now, bounced off 0.026 at 13:06 UTC and recovering.

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September 15, 2013, 01:23:34 PM
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I really hate you hoppers and jumpers and multi pool type miners! Come in here with your fucking opinions and shit about the coin, yet don't mine it when it needs you the most!

Be loyal to the coin or just STFU!!!!

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September 15, 2013, 01:27:30 PM
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I really hate you hoppers and jumpers and multi pool type miners! Come in here with your fucking opinions and shit about the coin, yet don't mine it when it needs you the most!

Be loyal to the coin or just STFU!!!!
I refuse to miner GME anymore, it's always under attack. (Or way off block time)

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September 15, 2013, 01:28:58 PM
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Stop running you mouth then!

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September 15, 2013, 01:34:28 PM
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Stop running you mouth then!
Give up with the attitude welcome to the ignore list.

Meanwhile I would say GME has just been attacked again with low diff injections, most likely someone solo so the destination shows as UNKNOWN on http://gme.p2pool.nl/chain/Gamecoins  I notice that p2pool blocks also come up as UNKNOWN there. Normal pool blocks fill in the address. The diff stopped falling about block 67258 where the chain looks a bit messy. 3 forks?



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September 15, 2013, 01:38:22 PM
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Stop running you mouth then!
Give up with the attitude welcome to the ignore list.


Stating facts that you don't like is not an attitude.

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September 15, 2013, 02:02:03 PM
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GameCoin is not under attack, it just went to the top of coinchoose in a big way. When I first looked at the page the profitability was over 4000%.

People can't be bothered mining GameCoin when the difficulty is higher so the average time per block (calculated over 576 blocks) is much longer than 2.5 minutes so the difficulty will keep falling until the tipping point is reached at which point it reverses. Now the opposite is true. The difficulty will just keep going up until the average over the last 576 blocks is 2.5 minutes.

If people don't care enough to continue mine it so that it can find a sweet spot, this pattern will just keep repeating. if you want it to stabilize, stop coinchoose watching and continue to mine it.
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September 15, 2013, 02:04:50 PM
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GameCoin is not under attack, it just went to the top of coinchoose in a big way. When I first looked at the page the profitability was over 4000%.

People can't be bothered mining GameCoin when the difficulty is higher so the average time per block (calculated over 576 blocks) is much longer than 2.5 minutes so the difficulty will keep falling until the tipping point is reached at which point it reverses. Now the opposite is true. The difficulty will just keep going up until the average over the last 576 blocks is 2.5 minutes.

If people don't care enough to continue mine it so that it can find a sweet spot, this pattern will just keep repeating. if you want it to stabilize, stop coinchoose watching and continue to mine it.

You must be joking, I sat there for about half an hour watching the hash rate go up, and the difficulty go down. Explain that?  There records are all there in the block explorer for the world to see.

The reason it suddenly leaped up on Coinchoose was because of the crazy falling difficulty.




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