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July 22, 2011, 03:45:22 AM
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I'd suggest he does, since you've been doing an awful lot of trolling lately.

Thats only against you, baby  Wink

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July 22, 2011, 03:52:39 AM
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So payouts need to be done manually (by you) still I assume?   Whenever you're ready Wink
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July 22, 2011, 08:13:33 AM
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We're missing a way to see all previous payouts and amounts as well.    A payout history basically.
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July 22, 2011, 09:02:50 AM
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Any chance of getting more details statistics in the blocks solved page, eg how many shares you contributed and the value received?

The "Current Round Reward" seems to have borked and is just stuck on 0.00000000.  The unconfirmed seems to be updating when a block is solved though.

The "Duration" on the statistics page is wrong as well, eg:

41    16768    2011-07-22 00:28:03    0:31:38    116 to confirm
40    16767    2011-07-22 00:26:17    0:31:38    115 to confirm
39    16757    2011-07-21 23:54:39    0:30:44    105 to confirm
38    16756    2011-07-21 23:49:45    0:30:44    104 to confirm

More elaborated statistics were planned for this week. I even started to work on graphs. But this rapid growth of pool during last 2 days is just overwhelming. I'm only answering questions, fighting with bugs and resetting passwords Smiley

The "Current Round Reward" problem looks strange. I’m not observing such behavior on my account. Are you sure that:
-your workers are working,
-your internet browser is refreshing page properly
Try sign off, close your internet browser, start it again, sing in and check if value has changed.

"Duration" bug is annoying but no calculation depends on these values.

Thanks for this info.

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July 22, 2011, 09:05:57 AM
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The current round issue sorted itself out.   Seems to reoccur every so often but it looks like some sort of delay after a block is solved. 

All good Smiley
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July 22, 2011, 10:03:26 AM
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The current round issue sorted itself out.   Seems to reoccur every so often but it looks like some sort of delay after a block is solved. 

All good Smiley

You are right. Current round reward calculations are performed in batch, every 5 minutes.
I forgot about it, answering your previous post.
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July 22, 2011, 05:00:02 PM
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what's up with the NMC payouts? Mining solo I would have earned a block in the time that I only get 14nmc on your pool?

edit: not really an accusation, but it seems like they're really low, just looking for any explanation?
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July 22, 2011, 05:46:14 PM
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what's up with the NMC payouts? Mining solo I would have earned a block in the time that I only get 14nmc on your pool?

edit: not really an accusation, but it seems like they're really low, just looking for any explanation?

You may have caught an unlucky period, Ive been on mining for last day and i can surely tell you overall ive earned more btc than I would have solo'd, so i got a big piece of the luck Wink

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July 22, 2011, 05:50:45 PM
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what's up with the NMC payouts? Mining solo I would have earned a block in the time that I only get 14nmc on your pool?

edit: not really an accusation, but it seems like they're really low, just looking for any explanation?

There are very fast rounds. Fastest I remember took only 11 seconds!
Maybe you were unlucky to deliver enough shares.
Please email me your username and email address and I will look into it.

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July 22, 2011, 09:58:18 PM
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I'm the same actually unfortunately.  Mined all day at the pool yesterday and only came away with 15NMC.   
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July 22, 2011, 10:57:03 PM
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People need to put more ghash into the BTC pool at CoinoTron - we're never going to solve a block if it's just me and one 600mhash guy, and we a lot of shares actively submitted that are never going to payout if no one mines BTC. Maybe some people can put 50% of the mhash into BTC? Please!

BTW, the stats are reporting my Mhash incorrectly. It says I have 1.037Ghash but I actually am running (confirmed on my cards and proxy), 3.2ghash/s. What is the averaging time period for the stats mhash/s value?

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July 23, 2011, 12:01:57 AM
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People need to put more ghash into the BTC pool at CoinoTron - we're never going to solve a block if it's just me and one 600mhash guy, and we a lot of shares actively submitted that are never going to payout if no one mines BTC. Maybe some people can put 50% of the mhash into BTC? Please!

BTW, the stats are reporting my Mhash incorrectly. It says I have 1.037Ghash but I actually am running (confirmed on my cards and proxy), 3.2ghash/s. What is the averaging time period for the stats mhash/s value?

I appreciate your work shotgun. Actually I'm considering some kind of lonely miner award for you Smiley or title: the Last of the Mohicans.
You are totally right. People got mad about namecoins. When tomorrow difficulty rise over 100,  “the last will be first, and the first will be last”.
My only hope is that they stay and mine BTC.

Regarding your hashrate. – I see c.a. 2400 in BTC and 300 in NMC. Averaging period is 10 minutes.


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July 23, 2011, 12:20:08 AM
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People need to put more ghash into the BTC pool at CoinoTron - we're never going to solve a block if it's just me and one 600mhash guy, and we a lot of shares actively submitted that are never going to payout if no one mines BTC. Maybe some people can put 50% of the mhash into BTC? Please!

BTW, the stats are reporting my Mhash incorrectly. It says I have 1.037Ghash but I actually am running (confirmed on my cards and proxy), 3.2ghash/s. What is the averaging time period for the stats mhash/s value?

I appreciate your work shotgun. Actually I'm considering some kind of lonely miner award for you Smiley or title: the Last of the Mohicans.
You are totally right. People got mad about namecoins. When tomorrow difficulty rise over 100,  “the last will be first, and the first will be last”.
My only hope is that they stay and mine BTC.

Regarding your hashrate. – I see c.a. 2400 in BTC and 300 in NMC. Averaging period is 10 minutes.



Most likely a huge portion will leave after nmc rush however you might want to consider paying some incentive promotional BTC out of your own pocket during the month of july in order to keep users and make things grow onwards after nmc rush.


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July 23, 2011, 04:13:40 AM
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People need to put more ghash into the BTC pool at CoinoTron - we're never going to solve a block if it's just me and one 600mhash guy, and we a lot of shares actively submitted that are never going to payout if no one mines BTC. Maybe some people can put 50% of the mhash into BTC? Please!

BTW, the stats are reporting my Mhash incorrectly. It says I have 1.037Ghash but I actually am running (confirmed on my cards and proxy), 3.2ghash/s. What is the averaging time period for the stats mhash/s value?

I appreciate your work shotgun. Actually I'm considering some kind of lonely miner award for you Smiley or title: the Last of the Mohicans.
You are totally right. People got mad about namecoins. When tomorrow difficulty rise over 100,  “the last will be first, and the first will be last”.
My only hope is that they stay and mine BTC.

Regarding your hashrate. – I see c.a. 2400 in BTC and 300 in NMC. Averaging period is 10 minutes.



Well, at this point I'm just going to keep my ghash there and hope I find a block soon Tongue ... I have 4 more cards coming next week so expect that hashrate to jump a bit Wink

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July 23, 2011, 06:32:26 AM
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There's something wrong with the pool server - the miners keep getting empty queues and sitting idle. I've been forced to switch back to BTCguild for the time being until the Coinotron pool servers respond correctly. @ other pools right now I get zero idle time and no empty queues. Kind of starting to feel like I've wasted 1.5 days mining here, which means I've not made 2BTC when I should have. What is going on?

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July 23, 2011, 05:19:35 PM
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signed up to mine NMC, but GUIminer gives password / username errors. I checked - they are fine. I'm going to take a wild stab and asume that these errors are because GUIminer is looking for the namecoin exe? I think what your help instructions on the site are missing is actually telling people to get the name coin exe and where to place it so that GUIminer can work with it.

I don't have any issues with GUIminer and the 3 pools I am using - just coinotron and NMC mining. Help!
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July 23, 2011, 07:16:50 PM
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... OP you actually put a max-lenght on the add-workers function aswell - but WITHOUT fixing the XSS issue? Haha.

To everybody else:
This pool is INSECURE.

If it had a "instant payout" or similar, i could easily steal your coin's without you even noticing - or worse, spread a worm that stole everybody's coins.
(Not that I would ever to something like that, but i really, really suggest that OP do read a fucking basic course in web security.)

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July 23, 2011, 09:34:40 PM
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To everybody else:
This pool is INSECURE.

If it had a "instant payout" or similar, i could easily steal your coin's without you even noticing - or worse, spread a worm that stole everybody's coins.

OK. That does it. I've reported your behavior to moderator.

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July 23, 2011, 09:40:15 PM
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... OP you actually put a max-lenght on the add-workers function aswell - but WITHOUT fixing the XSS issue? Haha.

To everybody else:
This pool is INSECURE.

If it had a "instant payout" or similar, i could easily steal your coin's without you even noticing - or worse, spread a worm that stole everybody's coins.
(Not that I would ever to something like that, but i really, really suggest that OP do read a fucking basic course in web security.)

If it had rainbows, it would have rained aswell ?

You do realise there isnt an instant payout cause he is fixing up stuff still and manually processing payouts atm ?

Why keep trolling his thread with "if this, then I could do that" situations.

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July 23, 2011, 11:19:02 PM
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... OP you actually put a max-lenght on the add-workers function aswell - but WITHOUT fixing the XSS issue? Haha.

To everybody else:
This pool is INSECURE.

If it had a "instant payout" or similar, i could easily steal your coin's without you even noticing - or worse, spread a worm that stole everybody's coins.
(Not that I would ever to something like that, but i really, really suggest that OP do read a fucking basic course in web security.)

Jine, consider this an official warning. Go troll elsewhere.

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