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February 02, 2014, 11:08:08 AM
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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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Under each found block there was a list wit payout info per user. I am missing it. Have you removed it on purpose?

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February 02, 2014, 11:11:42 AM
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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
Go solo dude. These are the rules of the game. If you do not like them it is your problem.
Take all or nothing the choice is yours

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February 02, 2014, 11:27:55 AM
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Doc,
Under each found block there was a list wit payout info per user. I am missing it. Have you removed it on purpose?

I removed it last night. It was the slowest loading page on the website. Someone set up an Amazon EC2 instance to bombard the website with requests for these block pages, in an attempt to destabilize the website. I banned their IP, reported them to Amazon, and made some changes to the block page to speed it up and make the website less vulnerable.

Maybe I can bring back the payouts list if I can make it run faster.

I'm not sure how popular a feature that is, though. I'm considering instead displaying your own payout, and the 10 shifts that got paid, with your average hashrate in the shifts, etc.

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February 02, 2014, 11:36:55 AM
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Doc,
Under each found block there was a list wit payout info per user. I am missing it. Have you removed it on purpose?

I removed it last night. It was the slowest loading page on the website. Someone set up an Amazon EC2 instance to bombard the website with requests for these block pages, in an attempt to destabilize the website. I banned their IP, reported them to Amazon, and made some changes to the block page to speed it up and make the website less vulnerable.

Maybe I can bring back the payouts list if I can make it run faster.

I'm not sure how popular a feature that is, though. I'm considering instead displaying your own payout, and the 10 shifts that got paid, with your average hashrate in the shifts, etc.


Great job banning the person trying to destabilize the site Doc.

I just used the payout info to give me a very ball park idea if I was increasing my Hash rate as to what my new Hash rate would give me per block found by the Pool.
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February 02, 2014, 12:05:55 PM
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Doc,
Under each found block there was a list wit payout info per user. I am missing it. Have you removed it on purpose?

I removed it last night. It was the slowest loading page on the website. Someone set up an Amazon EC2 instance to bombard the website with requests for these block pages, in an attempt to destabilize the website. I banned their IP, reported them to Amazon, and made some changes to the block page to speed it up and make the website less vulnerable.

Maybe I can bring back the payouts list if I can make it run faster.

I'm not sure how popular a feature that is, though. I'm considering instead displaying your own payout, and the 10 shifts that got paid, with your average hashrate in the shifts, etc.

No worries doc. I can live without it for sure. Do whatever you decide. I do completely agree for stability concerns.
However memcashed can do miracles for such pages Wink
You can cache them forever

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February 02, 2014, 12:45:29 PM
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Please enable 2-factor authentication (2FA) with your OpenID provider to make it harder for hackers to abuse your OpenID identity.
Note that many of these identity providers won't require the second factor of authentication when you log in over and over on the same computer.
Don't worry, a hacker who stole your password is still required to do the full 2FA. Unless they are logging in through your computer.

Don't depend on 2FA to "fix everything". You still need to keep your computer secure.
See Bruce Schneier's essay "Two-Factor Authentication: Too Little, Too Late" for more information: https://www.schneier.com/essay-083.html
That said, 2FA *will* make you a harder target for hackers.

Below is information on how to enable 2FA with various OpenID identity providers.

Google - https://google.com

Google calls it "2-step verification". They have instructions on how to enable it here:

https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/180744?hl=en&rd=1

The more you use your Google account for (Gmail, Google docs, etc.) the more important it is to enable this.

Yahoo - https://yahoo.com

Go to https://edit.yahoo.com/commchannel/sec_chal_manage and turn on "second sign-in verification".
They will ask for your phone number and send you a code in an SMS. Get the code from your phone and give it to the website.
When you log in from a new computer Yahoo sends a code by SMS (text) to your cell phone.
You do not need a smart phone for this - there's no need to run an app.

There are also other useful settings at https://edit.yahoo.com/config/eval_profile
"Create a sign-in seal" helps to prevent hacker sites from posing as Yahoo to steal your password.

Verisign/Symantec - https://pip.verisignlabs.com

Open vip.symantec.com in the browser on your smart phone. Install Symantec's "VIP Access".
Log in to pip.verisignlabs.com and click "My account" in the navbar on the right.
Under "VIP Credential" click "Add credential". You will be asked for two tokens.
Start the "VIP Access" app on your smart phone and enter the two tokens in the "add credential" form.
From now on you will need a one-time token from your smart phone when you log in,
in addition to your user name and password.

There are also some other options you may want to look at. "OpenID sign in security", "browser certificate", "information card".
If you don't have a smart phone, you could use a browser certificate.
"OpenID sign in security" helps to prevent hacker sites from posing as Verisign to steal your password.

Steam - https://steamcommunity.com

Go to "Steam" -> "Settings" -> "Manage Steam Guard Account Security" in the Steam client. Turn on Steam Guard.
Steam will send you a one-time 5-digit token by email as a second factor when logging in from a new computer.

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February 02, 2014, 04:24:03 PM
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I'm considering instead displaying your own payout, and the 10 shifts that got paid, with your average hashrate in the shifts, etc.

That would be a nice feature.  Show just what the individual logged in earned for the block and the 10 shifts.  Should be fewer DB queries and since you'd need to be logged in to use the feature, less likely it could be abused.

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February 02, 2014, 09:57:37 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

haha, been mining since dec, just got to 0.02000000

But only out $149.00 as the electricity is free here (to a point) landlord gets pissed if I push it.

OH, do not worry - I am plenty jealous of the guys with "Big Miners"  hehe.

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February 02, 2014, 10:05:43 PM
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Doc,
Under each found block there was a list wit payout info per user. I am missing it. Have you removed it on purpose?

I removed it last night. It was the slowest loading page on the website. Someone set up an Amazon EC2 instance to bombard the website with requests for these block pages, in an attempt to destabilize the website. I banned their IP, reported them to Amazon, and made some changes to the block page to speed it up and make the website less vulnerable.

Maybe I can bring back the payouts list if I can make it run faster.

I'm not sure how popular a feature that is, though. I'm considering instead displaying your own payout, and the 10 shifts that got paid, with your average hashrate in the shifts, etc.


Must have never seen it, I notice nothing changed on this instance.

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February 02, 2014, 10:13:33 PM
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Please enable 2-factor authentication (2FA) with your OpenID provider to make it harder for hackers to abuse your OpenID identity.
Note that many of these identity providers won't require the second factor of authentication when you log in over and over on the same computer.
Don't worry, a hacker who stole your password is still required to do the full 2FA. Unless they are logging in through your computer.


They just want a mobile phone number, I do not use them at all.
Yup I "own no phone" on purpose.

I made the place I worked at supply the last one.

So cannot use, unless some other way is available.

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February 03, 2014, 12:40:29 PM
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Thanks for the 2FA info Doc!
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February 03, 2014, 03:21:32 PM
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They just want a mobile phone number, I do not use them at all.
Yup I "own no phone" on purpose.

You can use Verisign with a browser certificate, or Steam which sends the code by email.

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February 03, 2014, 11:01:02 PM
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They just want a mobile phone number, I do not use them at all.
Yup I "own no phone" on purpose.

You can use Verisign with a browser certificate, or Steam which sends the code by email.


Thank you, VeriSign I will look into, as a game dev I hate steam Smiley

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February 04, 2014, 08:00:32 PM
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Hello to all, could someone explain to me how rewards are payed out. Do I need to complete 10 shifts before my first reward?
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February 04, 2014, 09:08:33 PM
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Hello to all, could someone explain to me how rewards are payed out. Do I need to complete 10 shifts before my first reward?
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short :no


long :  lets say you hash 100 gh for 1 shift
your average for 10 shifts is 10 gh

lets say you hash 100 gh for 2 shifts your average for 10 shifts is 20th

each shift you keep hashing the 100gh at brings the aver closer to 100gh after 10 shifts you are at the 100 average and get paid for a 100gh average


if you power down and stop hashing each no hash shift drops your average down and after 10 shifts on power off you are down to 0.

so 10 to max out on the way up.

and 10 to zero out on the way down.

that is what determines your share.

if no block is made. your share of zero coins is zero.

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February 04, 2014, 11:18:22 PM
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Thanks I grasp that concept of the shifts. Now on to blocks, are we still mining the block listed on top of the statistics?
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February 05, 2014, 11:37:35 PM
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Thanks I grasp that concept of the shifts. Now on to blocks, are we still mining the block listed on top of the statistics?

The block listed at the top of the blocks list is the latest one we found/created.

We are always mining to create a new block at the end of the block chain, and the transactions we are attempting to include in the block change while we mine (the server pushes out new work data).

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February 05, 2014, 11:41:42 PM
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Maintenance Feb 7, 04:00 to 08:00 UTC. We may have brief (max 10 min) mining server downtime.

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February 06, 2014, 02:50:16 AM
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I havent mined here in a few weeks, that said... I got an avalon system comin tomorrow that I want to test on a few pools and I'm going to start here. That said, it's 200-220GGh/s... once I plug it in and get it rolling. How long would it need to run before it ges ull steam / equalizes so earnings are consistent. If I recall right, aint it something like 20hrs ?

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February 06, 2014, 04:13:22 AM
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I havent mined here in a few weeks, that said... I got an avalon system comin tomorrow that I want to test on a few pools and I'm going to start here. That said, it's 200-220GGh/s... once I plug it in and get it rolling. How long would it need to run before it ges ull steam / equalizes so earnings are consistent. If I recall right, aint it something like 20hrs ?

I think he said it is 10 blocks worth of shares to be stable (real) output.
That could be 10days if we have 10 99% blocks to jackhammer.

ten blocks will give you a good idea, Hope for easy ones Smiley

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