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September 12, 2011, 07:56:15 AM
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Yes, but with their current transactions volume it would be misleading.
For example since yesterday they have bid=0.009 ask=0.0125

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September 12, 2011, 02:03:03 PM
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Yes, but with their current transactions volume it would be misleading.
For example since yesterday they have bid=0.009 ask=0.0125

And today it is at 0.00750019 BTC O.o

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September 13, 2011, 08:34:27 AM
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2011-09-13  New features added.

1. New improved version of AUTO worker is available. Now you can choose what coins can be mined using this kind of worker!  For example if you want to enable automated mining only on SC and BTC :
- go to “My account” page
- set checkboxes in column “Auto” for BTC and SC
- deselect other coins
- click “Save” button

2. Realtime calculated hash speed of workers

3. Performance improvements.

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September 13, 2011, 09:30:06 PM
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How do I get my username of the "statistics" page?

It's easy for hackers if they know at least a username and compare it to a list of passwords (stolen from forums, mtgox, etc).

Disable button (BTCmine does have this) would be nice.
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September 13, 2011, 10:16:05 PM
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How do I get my username of the "statistics" page?

It's easy for hackers if they know at least a username and compare it to a list of passwords (stolen from forums, mtgox, etc).

Disable button (BTCmine does have this) would be nice.

It is on to-do list. I just waited for first complaing person. And voila Smiley
Will be done.


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September 13, 2011, 10:37:27 PM
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How do I get my username of the "statistics" page?

It's easy for hackers if they know at least a username and compare it to a list of passwords (stolen from forums, mtgox, etc).

Disable button (BTCmine does have this) would be nice.

It is on to-do list. I just waited for first complaing person. And voila Smiley
Will be done.



Maybe a nickname and an accountname, so you can still show up in the stats with your nickname without showing your accountname.
Would be safer and still be fun Tongue
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September 14, 2011, 07:11:29 AM
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How do I get my username of the "statistics" page?

It's easy for hackers if they know at least a username and compare it to a list of passwords (stolen from forums, mtgox, etc).

Disable button (BTCmine does have this) would be nice.

It is on to-do list. I just waited for first complaing person. And voila Smiley
Will be done.



Maybe a nickname and an accountname, so you can still show up in the stats with your nickname without showing your accountname.
Would be safer and still be fun Tongue

It will be confusing for majority of users. I'm registered in email service where you have your email name-address and also a nickname. I never know what should I use when I'm signing in.

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September 20, 2011, 03:51:22 PM
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2011-09-20  New features:

1. Two new columns in statistics: number of shares and difficulty at the time when block has been solved
2. For NMC, IXC, I0C, SC added links to multichain block explorer http://blockexplorer.sytes.net/
3. Links to multichain block explorer from user payouts list.
4. Pool's performance improvements - miners idle warnings almost eliminated!


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September 27, 2011, 06:44:44 PM
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2011-09-20  New features:

1. Two new columns in statistics: number of shares and difficulty at the time when block has been solved
2. For NMC, IXC, I0C, SC added links to multichain block explorer http://blockexplorer.sytes.net/
3. Links to multichain block explorer from user payouts list.
4. Pool's performance improvements - miners idle warnings almost eliminated!



Is there an ETA on the JSON API?

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September 28, 2011, 12:58:41 PM
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Is there an ETA on the JSON API?

Atm no, there isn't. I'm working on pool improvements and integration with Solidcoin 2.0

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September 28, 2011, 01:29:43 PM
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2011-09-28 New enhanced version of to auto-worker.

1. We've added possibility to set handicap for each coin. It affects algorithm of selection of most profitable coin. It can be used together with auto-worker. It works just like handicap in soccer betting.
If you prefer some coin over others you can set handicap to positive value. This coin will be selected for mining even if its profitability is below 1.0.
If you set negative value then coin will be selected only when its profitability is much higher than profitability of other coins.

Let's see how it works. Let's assume that we are interested only in BTC or I0C mining and BTC profitability is equal 1.

Example 1.
User wants to mine i0coins even if their profitability is below 1. He sets I0C handicap to +15%. Worker will be switched to I0C at I0C profitability = 0.87 ( 1/(1 + 15%) ). Below 0.87, worker will mine BTC.

Example 2.
User wants to mine i0coins only if they are significantly more valuable than BTC. He sets I0C handicap to -20%. Worker will be switched to I0C at I0C profitability = 1.25 ( 1/(1 - 20%) ). Below 1.25, worker will mine BTC.
 

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October 01, 2011, 04:26:44 PM
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Any plans for a Geist Geld option?

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October 02, 2011, 10:08:43 AM
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Any plans for a Geist Geld option?
Honestly I'm afraid of these 1-2 sec rounds. This will generate a lot of network traffic that may stress my VPS server too much Smiley
Instead I'm considering Tenebrix. Solidcoins 2.0 will be available as soon as it is restarted.

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October 02, 2011, 12:35:21 PM
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Any plans for a Geist Geld option?
Honestly I'm afraid of these 1-2 sec rounds. This will generate a lot of network traffic that may stress my VPS server too much Smiley
Instead I'm considering Tenebrix. Solidcoins 2.0 will be available as soon as it is restarted.

Simplecoin.us can do it...
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October 07, 2011, 07:11:58 PM
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Are the auto payouts via send threshold for BTC broken ?
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October 08, 2011, 08:28:08 AM
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So it's not really proportional, or is it? (Can you explain a bit more about your reward system?)

Here you have exact formula :

Share Score = exp ( C * time span from beginning of the round to share delivery time / round duration )

Payout = 50 * sum( miner’s share scores ) / sum( all miners share scores )

For C = 0 we have Share Score = 1 for each delivered share i.e system is proportional.
When we raise C value, system becomes similar to Slush’s method. Most precious are shares delivered at the end of the round.

Currently we use C = 0 – pool is small, round duration is measured in days.
But when we observe increase of pool-hoopers activity we will set this value to about 6.

How has this changed, if at all, for the BTC side ?
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October 08, 2011, 11:36:10 AM
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So it's not really proportional, or is it? (Can you explain a bit more about your reward system?)

Here you have exact formula :

Share Score = exp ( C * time span from beginning of the round to share delivery time / round duration )

Payout = 50 * sum( miner’s share scores ) / sum( all miners share scores )

For C = 0 we have Share Score = 1 for each delivered share i.e system is proportional.
When we raise C value, system becomes similar to Slush’s method. Most precious are shares delivered at the end of the round.

Currently we use C = 0 – pool is small, round duration is measured in days.
But when we observe increase of pool-hoopers activity we will set this value to about 6.

How has this changed, if at all, for the BTC side ?

It didn't change for BTC.

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October 08, 2011, 11:37:48 AM
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Are the auto payouts via send threshold for BTC broken ?

No they are working fine.
If you have problems please check if payout address is valid and payout threshold > 0.5 BTC

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October 08, 2011, 12:13:44 PM
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Any plans for a Geist Geld option?
Honestly I'm afraid of these 1-2 sec rounds. This will generate a lot of network traffic that may stress my VPS server too much Smiley
Instead I'm considering Tenebrix. Solidcoins 2.0 will be available as soon as it is restarted.

I like the free market approach to all these forks as opposed to DoucheExpress' dictatorial approach... So here is an idea for the people who want GG in coinotron:

Try a donation/inverse-bounty payable in any of the currencies you work with such that when whatever $$ amount is reached to be able to upgrade your server big enough to support the extra load you will upgrade and add it?

If GG has enough supporters it shouldn't take too long to drum up the cash to upgrade the server(s) I would imagine?  Plus you might get some donations from other chains hoping to monopolize on the shared increased performance to them as well?

It may not be feasible but if so this could be a good idea for you.

That is very good idea. And it looks feasible, although there will be some work to perform. If it works, I will send you a bounty Smiley

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October 08, 2011, 06:18:48 PM
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Are the auto payouts via send threshold for BTC broken ?

No they are working fine.
If you have problems please check if payout address is valid and payout threshold > 0.5 BTC

No where on the website does it state that the threshold has to be > 0.5, might want to fix that.
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