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January 31, 2014, 01:12:52 AM
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Wow that was a tough one!

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283288    2014-01-31 00:27    1d 15h 20m    12,599,606,230    2,147,483,647    99.7%    382.1    BTC    Fefox    112 left

Thank goodness for Fefox! How many TH are they running seen FeFox find 3 blocks just on that 1st page!

The last 2 have been brutal. Let's hope this isn't a sign of things to come luck wise.
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January 31, 2014, 01:14:26 AM
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I'd like to know why Bitminter is not updating lastest blocks from Blockchain (https://blockchain.info/blocks/BitMinter)

Why was block 283115 (Main Chain) and 283064 (Main Chain) not shown on Bitminter's "Blocks / minting timeline" page?

I may be wrong but didn't it used to show blocks being worked on? I only show 0.00000003 BTC Payment for block 283018
since then according to blockchain 2 blocks are done, or is the updates really slow?

What is the block being worked on in real time?

There really needs to be some sort of sticky function regarding this...

The short version is that blockchain.info cannot be used to reliably determine who found a block.
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January 31, 2014, 01:16:03 AM
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From
https://blockchain.info/blocks/BitMinter
Height   Time   Hash
283288 (Main Chain)   2014-01-31 00:27:50   0000000000000000bb5065872fc539ab55535075694dd0c03865e57fd15a4770
283115 (Main Chain)   2014-01-30 01:52:50   0000000000000000683416145bd86823e872d4942a1963ea94b8ec806d6b2a5f
283064 (Main Chain)   2014-01-29 16:03:33   000000000000000083ca532b367ee439f40ce23375f9827cd15e7daf1062869e
283018 (Main Chain)   2014-01-29 09:09:01   000000000000000009f317d0adf42fa145abee56c18a9d26b0e1e97bf2992d54
282833 (Main Chain)   2014-01-28 04:48:49   0000000000000000a47045f624df60c7a88c64dec0c230ef64b782147be2839d

We only get paid for  282833, 283018 and 283288, missing payment for block 283115 and 283288
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January 31, 2014, 01:20:22 AM
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Wow that was a tough one!

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283288    2014-01-31 00:27    1d 15h 20m    12,599,606,230    2,147,483,647    99.7%    382.1    BTC    Fefox    112 left

Thank goodness for Fefox! How many TH are they running seen FeFox find 3 blocks just on that 1st page!
IronFox can be expected to solve 1 block every 20 days on average with a difficulty of 2.2 billion. IIRC he originally had 4 BFL Minirigs (1.5TH/s each, in 3x 500GH parts) deployed, but it looks as if he's sold a 500GH/s miner and has been maintaining 5.5TH/s for a while.

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January 31, 2014, 01:32:34 AM
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someone just hacked my bitminter account and took 374 namecoins


http://explorer.dot-bit.org/tx/c054c4d9d9569cda8e3610ff22ec725abea697cd83661ae76e9a945deb4fee04
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January 31, 2014, 03:37:44 AM
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It seems that blocks love to come in bursts these days...


You should PM the Doc so he can check his logs etc. I hope you'll find out what happened at least.

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January 31, 2014, 03:46:10 AM
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From
https://blockchain.info/blocks/BitMinter
Height   Time   Hash
283288 (Main Chain)   2014-01-31 00:27:50   0000000000000000bb5065872fc539ab55535075694dd0c03865e57fd15a4770
283115 (Main Chain)   2014-01-30 01:52:50   0000000000000000683416145bd86823e872d4942a1963ea94b8ec806d6b2a5f
283064 (Main Chain)   2014-01-29 16:03:33   000000000000000083ca532b367ee439f40ce23375f9827cd15e7daf1062869e
283018 (Main Chain)   2014-01-29 09:09:01   000000000000000009f317d0adf42fa145abee56c18a9d26b0e1e97bf2992d54
282833 (Main Chain)   2014-01-28 04:48:49   0000000000000000a47045f624df60c7a88c64dec0c230ef64b782147be2839d

We only get paid for  282833, 283018 and 283288, missing payment for block 283115 and 283288

Again, don't bother trying to trust blockchain.info

About blockchain.info showing too many Bitminter blocks, let me put it this way, I have sometimes seen their site get something right, but it's not often.

I emailed them about the problem, but they didn't reply.

According to them Deepbit is still finding several blocks per day, and half of P2pool's blocks are made by Bitminter. It would be funny if it wasn't confusing so many people.

TL;DR: blockchain.info data is usually wrong. Use this instead: http://blockorigin.pfoe.be/

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January 31, 2014, 03:51:40 AM
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It seems that blocks love to come in bursts these days...


You should PM the Doc so he can check his logs etc. I hope you'll find out what happened at least.


i know exactly what happened.  i clicked on an email from bitcoinnews.com and it took me to a video, told me i needed to update flash player and downloaded a trojan.  he got my google login and went into bitminter and manually sent coins out.  btc/nmc addresses need passwords and the manual payout needs a password. once someone gets into your account, if you have coins, its easy to take.
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January 31, 2014, 04:29:36 AM
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Not to rub salt into your wounds...namecoins are actually worth something these days.  374 NMC are worth over $1900 on BTC-e right now!

So why aren't you sending them to an exchange like BTC-e, Vicurex or Cryptsy and exchanging them for Bitcoin and putting them into your offline wallet?  With BTC-e you can even exchange them directly into USD.
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January 31, 2014, 04:32:57 AM
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i hold over a 100 000 different coins, 374 was just another number value.
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January 31, 2014, 05:12:12 AM
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i hold over a 100 000 different coins, 374 was just another number value.

Ok, but if I had a number of coins worth $1900, I wouldn't leave them in a Pool wallet.  Just sayin'.
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January 31, 2014, 09:47:10 AM
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From
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Height   Time   Hash
283288 (Main Chain)   2014-01-31 00:27:50   0000000000000000bb5065872fc539ab55535075694dd0c03865e57fd15a4770
283115 (Main Chain)   2014-01-30 01:52:50   0000000000000000683416145bd86823e872d4942a1963ea94b8ec806d6b2a5f
283064 (Main Chain)   2014-01-29 16:03:33   000000000000000083ca532b367ee439f40ce23375f9827cd15e7daf1062869e
283018 (Main Chain)   2014-01-29 09:09:01   000000000000000009f317d0adf42fa145abee56c18a9d26b0e1e97bf2992d54
282833 (Main Chain)   2014-01-28 04:48:49   0000000000000000a47045f624df60c7a88c64dec0c230ef64b782147be2839d

We only get paid for  282833, 283018 and 283288, missing payment for block 283115 and 283288

Someone got paid for those "missing" blocks. The people mining in the pool where they were made.

It's not easy to detect with 100% certainty which pool a block is coming from, but blockchain.info does a really bad job, it's like they are not even trying. I contacted them about this, but they didn't bother to reply. Of course it makes Bitminter look bad when they identify so many blocks from other pools as ours. But there's not much I can do about it. I guess I could remove all links to blockchain.info from bitminter.com. It's just a shame blockchain.info is so much more user-friendly than blockexplorer.com.

If you want to know where a block is coming from, forget blockchain.info and instead use http://blockorigin.pfoe.be/

i know exactly what happened.  i clicked on an email from bitcoinnews.com and it took me to a video, told me i needed to update flash player and downloaded a trojan.  he got my google login and went into bitminter and manually sent coins out.  btc/nmc addresses need passwords and the manual payout needs a password. once someone gets into your account, if you have coins, its easy to take.

I'm sorry to hear this. Sad

It is possible to enable 2-factor authentication for logging in, if you use an OpenID identity provider that supports it. I know Google supports this, and I believe Verisign does as well - perhaps also others. This has to be enabled at google.com, verisign.com, etc. not at Bitminter. This is also very useful if you use Gmail. I saw someone recently lost their coins on an exchange after an attacker got into their Gmail account. The attacker used the "password reset" feature on the exchange, which sent a password reset link to the Gmail address. Enabling Google 2FA makes this attack much more difficult.

I'll be adding 2-factor auth directly to bitminter.com, requiring 2FA for "send coins" and for changing auto cash out settings. If your PC is compromised by a trojan they could still abuse the one-time password (OTP) as soon as you type one in - but at least this would require some work on the part of the attacker.

I'm also considering daily withdrawal limits or something similar. Perhaps a limit per transaction would also be helpful. This could limit the damage if you are using the website from a compromised PC and the attacker is grabbing your OTPs as soon as you type them in, and using them to send coins to the attacker. But I suppose it would also generate a lot of angry complaints if the BTC/NMC market was crashing and people couldn't move all their coins quickly to exchanges to sell.

Is bitcoinnews.com a scam site, or was the mail just pretending to come from them?

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January 31, 2014, 10:34:31 AM
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From
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Height   Time   Hash
283288 (Main Chain)   2014-01-31 00:27:50   0000000000000000bb5065872fc539ab55535075694dd0c03865e57fd15a4770
283115 (Main Chain)   2014-01-30 01:52:50   0000000000000000683416145bd86823e872d4942a1963ea94b8ec806d6b2a5f
283064 (Main Chain)   2014-01-29 16:03:33   000000000000000083ca532b367ee439f40ce23375f9827cd15e7daf1062869e
283018 (Main Chain)   2014-01-29 09:09:01   000000000000000009f317d0adf42fa145abee56c18a9d26b0e1e97bf2992d54
282833 (Main Chain)   2014-01-28 04:48:49   0000000000000000a47045f624df60c7a88c64dec0c230ef64b782147be2839d

We only get paid for  282833, 283018 and 283288, missing payment for block 283115 and 283288

Someone got paid for those "missing" blocks. The people mining in the pool where they were made.

It's not easy to detect with 100% certainty which pool a block is coming from, but blockchain.info does a really bad job, it's like they are not even trying. I contacted them about this, but they didn't bother to reply. Of course it makes Bitminter look bad when they identify so many blocks from other pools as ours. But there's not much I can do about it. I guess I could remove all links to blockchain.info from bitminter.com. It's just a shame blockchain.info is so much more user-friendly than blockexplorer.com.

If you want to know where a block is coming from, forget blockchain.info and instead use http://blockorigin.pfoe.be/

Yeah, I don't know why they get it wrong - BitMinter has a coinbase sig and a known generation address - where's the problem?

Anyway, drhu00 if you must use blockchain.info to check for BitMinter's blocks, use this link:

https://blockchain.info/address/19PkHafEN18mquJ9ChwZt5YEFoCdPP5vYB?filter=2

It will give you a list of recent BitMinter generation transactions. Click on the txid to find the block details.

In all though, you're better off using  http://blockorigin.pfoe.be/blocklist.php



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January 31, 2014, 02:33:41 PM
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I've found 3 blocks at our pool (75 BTC), and will never ever get more than 45 BTC in actual payouts. Sad

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January 31, 2014, 03:09:31 PM
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I've found 3 blocks at our pool (75 BTC), and will never ever get more than 45 BTC in actual payouts. Sad
C'est la vie. You could have just as easily mined 0 blocks with the same number of shares, so it's hit or miss.

If it makes you feel better, if you'd been solo mining your generation address would have been different and you wouldn't have found those blocks anyway, so it's not like you can really say you would have made 75BTC if you'd been soloing.
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January 31, 2014, 06:47:22 PM
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All links to blockchain.info has been removed from bitminter.com. Perhaps that will help reduce the confusion.

I encourage all other website owners to do the same. Even having no information is better than linking to misinformation.

Alternative for block, transaction and address information: http://blockexplorer.com/

Alternative for block origin information: http://blockorigin.pfoe.be/

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January 31, 2014, 07:06:09 PM
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Have we had a couple of blips?  Seems the stratum proxy for my cubes has been kicked off a couple of times in the last few minutes, and BFG Miner has been asking for work...  Wondering if its on my end or if the connection was lost on Bitminter's side?

By the way i hope we are done seeing huge 24 + blocks for a few days.  Last 24 hours Keep the luck coming!  Fiber and red underwear!

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January 31, 2014, 07:30:29 PM
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I've found 3 blocks at our pool (75 BTC), and will never ever get more than 45 BTC in actual payouts. Sad

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January 31, 2014, 07:31:14 PM
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I've found 3 blocks at our pool (75 BTC), and will never ever get more than 45 BTC in actual payouts. Sad

I've found 2 blocks (50 BTC) at btcmp.com and will never ever get more than 12 BTC in actual payouts.
I've found 0 blocks here but I already got paid 3.75 BTC, that infinitely more than my block finds ;-)

C'est la vie, as he said. If I had solo mined until now I would be "at loss" vs PPS.
And even if I would have found 100 blocks in a row that would mean nothing about my future luck...

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January 31, 2014, 09:26:19 PM
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well, if anyone wants to go after the coins, they can have them.  If someone gets charged, Ill pay 2 btc bounty.  Ill help anyway I can.
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