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Author Topic: [1050 TH] BitMinter.com [1% PPLNS,Pays TxFees +MergedMining,Stratum,GBT,vardiff]  (Read 836872 times)
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February 08, 2014, 10:32:25 PM
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A question about blocks found versus mined. The blockchain shows the following blocks were found by Bitminter:

284419*
284411
284387
284376
284352*
284348*
284293*
284288
284251*
284231
284212*
284206*
284170

I placed an asterisk next to the blocks that were mined according to the stats. What happened to the other blocks found? Thanks.

Todat I did same check:
284860*
284835*
284702*
284640-?
284637- orph
284615-? hacker took 100.31925533 BTC in mining earnings. You can see pattern sent not to Bitminter but other address's.
284562*
284557*
284419*
284411-?
284387-?
284386-?
284352*
284348*

same thing again!
I think someone has hacked Bitminters and is stealing the coins like 11,445.96552062 BTC!! or more..
They are doing it when the CDF is high.

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February 08, 2014, 11:23:42 PM
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February 08, 2014, 11:28:33 PM
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My miners have stopped mining at Bitminter and switched to P2Pool backup.  Cry

Website seems ok, but obviously zero work being done there now.

UPDATE: Ok it's back!

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February 09, 2014, 12:33:20 AM
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My miners have stopped mining at Bitminter and switched to P2Pool.  Cry

Website seems ok, but obviously zero work being done there now.

UPDATE: Ok it's back!
Glad am not the only one ,mine got down 2mhps out of a total of 3.7mhps .then they stopped completely yesterday restarted them but still only 2mhps ,they stopped all together again today ,restarted just now and still only 2mhps.  I reported this a few pages back ,My hardware are asicminer usbs on windows vista 64bit and 8gig of ram .
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February 09, 2014, 04:31:48 AM
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Dick...

Tracy

Todat I did same check:
284860*
284835*
284702*
284640-?
284637- orph
284615-? hacker took 100.31925533 BTC in mining earnings. You can see pattern sent not to Bitminter but other address's

Not our block.... DO NOT USE BlockChain INFO...

BTC: 1F1X9dN2PRortYaDkq89YJDbQ72i3F5N3h MEOW: KAbvy9jrrajvN5WLo7RWBsYqYfJKyN9WLf DOGE: DAyKSrTiVeRZaReTu1Cyf5Je6qPdKTuKKE
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February 09, 2014, 08:51:29 AM
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A question about blocks found versus mined. The blockchain shows the following blocks were found by Bitminter:

284419*
284411
284387
284376
284352*
284348*
284293*
284288
284251*
284231
284212*
284206*
284170

I placed an asterisk next to the blocks that were mined according to the stats. What happened to the other blocks found? Thanks.

Todat I did same check:
284860*
284835*
284702*
284640-?
284637- orph
284615-? hacker took 100.31925533 BTC in mining earnings. You can see pattern sent not to Bitminter but other address's.
284562*
284557*
284419*
284411-?
284387-?
284386-?
284352*
284348*

same thing again!
I think someone has hacked Bitminters and is stealing the coins like 11,445.96552062 BTC!! or more..
They are doing it when the CDF is high.



Can someone come up with a catchy, Don Draper-esque, '50s inspired jingle to go with

"Don't use blockchain.info for block attributions, use http://blockorigin.pfoe.be/ instead!". Pomp-tiddly-omp.

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February 09, 2014, 09:04:13 AM
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Can someone come up with a catchy, Don Draper-esque, '50s inspired jingle to go with

"Don't use blockchain.info for block attributions, use http://blockorigin.pfoe.be/ instead!". Pomp-tiddly-omp.

it's not catchy, but it's at least sticky: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=123726.0

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February 09, 2014, 10:02:29 AM
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same thing again!
I think someone has hacked Bitminters and is stealing the coins like 11,445.96552062 BTC!! or more..
They are doing it when the CDF is high.

If you didn't believe the explanation that blockchain.info is wrong about where the blocks come from, then look at our hashrate and look at how many blocks blockchain.info is saying we made. Watch this over some time. Then ask yourself: is it more likely that we have incredibly good luck at mining every day, or is it more likely that blockchain.info is wrong?

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February 09, 2014, 11:18:15 AM
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My miners have stopped mining at Bitminter and switched to P2Pool.  Cry

Website seems ok, but obviously zero work being done there now.

UPDATE: Ok it's back!
Glad am not the only one ,mine got down 2mhps out of a total of 3.7mhps .then they stopped completely yesterday restarted them but still only 2mhps ,they stopped all together again today ,restarted just now and still only 2mhps.  I reported this a few pages back ,My hardware are asicminer usbs on windows vista 64bit and 8gig of ram .
Restarted my computer and the client found my asics again ,so for now am back to full speed .
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February 09, 2014, 10:31:56 PM
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........
I may be a newbe but,
I do not understand why this is such a problem after so many years.
It make's me lose faith in the Bitcoin system itself is very poorly coded if it can't even get which pool did what..

The bitcoin protocol was designed with anonymity in mind, not attributability.

Anybody know of a site that shows No errors, Unknowns?
Also what's stopping someone to change the payout to another address for a found block?


Currently there's no way to know for sure who mined a block. Coinbase signatures, known generation addresses and claims by pools are very good indicators, but anyone could solve a block, sign it with some pool's coinbase sig and send the generated coin to that pool's known generation address. There's no way to know.

If there was enough room in the coinbase to add a salted hash of the coinbase sig with the salt revealed in the next solved block, at least you could have a chain of attribution. But with all the merged mining cruft in the coinbase I don't think there's enough room.

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February 09, 2014, 11:50:54 PM
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........
I may be a newbe but,
I do not understand why this is such a problem after so many years.
It make's me lose faith in the Bitcoin system itself is very poorly coded if it can't even get which pool did what..

The bitcoin protocol was designed with anonymity in mind, not attributability.

Anybody know of a site that shows No errors, Unknowns?
Also what's stopping someone to change the payout to another address for a found block?


Currently there's no way to know for sure who mined a block. Coinbase signatures, known generation addresses and claims by pools are very good indicators, but anyone could solve a block, sign it with some pool's coinbase sig and send the generated coin to that pool's known generation address. There's no way to know.

If there was enough room in the coinbase to add a salted hash of the coinbase sig with the salt revealed in the next solved block, at least you could have a chain of attribution. But with all the merged mining cruft in the coinbase I don't think there's enough room.

Thanks that helps

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February 10, 2014, 12:24:18 PM
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we should earn 69 coins a day just under 3 blocks a day.

so about every 8 hours and 30 minutes we should get a block.

 A great day would be 7 blocks.

A bad day 1 block. Pretty simple  but it can drive you batty waiting for the next block.







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February 10, 2014, 05:36:03 PM
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I am curious.  I am wondering if I create more workers, and split my lower hashrate hardware from my higher hashrate hardware would I get more shares?  IE the lower hash hardware would get a lesser difficulty, while the higher does the higher difficulty....instead of all my hardware on one worker working at a combined hashrate at a higher difficulty....hmmmmm

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February 10, 2014, 05:52:29 PM
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Website is showing 0 Thps, live stats are empty, and client is disconnected Sad
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February 10, 2014, 05:53:51 PM
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OMG this is teh END! Germany reporting offline and 0 Thps as well.
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February 10, 2014, 06:01:27 PM
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Looking into pool server issue right now.

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February 10, 2014, 06:14:42 PM
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And we're back

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February 10, 2014, 06:28:32 PM
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And we're back

I do not know how you do it doc Wink
Thank you!
Did you ever sleep Cheesy
You are dam good!

Please help the Led Boy aka Bicknellski to make us a nice Christmas led tree and pay WASP membership fee here:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=643999.msg7191563#msg7191563
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February 10, 2014, 06:31:45 PM
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I do not know how you do it doc Wink
Thank you!
Did you ever sleep Cheesy

In case of problems my cell phone plays a loud air raid siren. It wakes the entire neighborhood. Smiley

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February 10, 2014, 06:35:54 PM
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And we're back


I am seeing 0 hashrate again.
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