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August 13, 2011, 08:06:43 PM
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Dear Union Members

Many of you have showed a great deal of concern in regard to the shares you submitted on our old pool before we upgraded - The Union is Truly all about it's members so we decided to work out a way where we can reimburse you for your shares without manipulating the current shares of our new pool.

It is well known fact that if you stop mining in a non pay per share pool that your reward quickly goes down and after a certain amount of time goes away all together.  However we took down the pool in order to do upgrades  and although this was necessary it was not your fault.  With that being said we are giving you a chance to continue mining with us and not only earn your reward from mining our first block and all our great promotions but we will actually give you the ability to receive your estimated reward at the time we shut down the last pool in addition to the rewards from our first block - in effect its like getting paid for 2 blocks for the price of one!

Please find below a list of all of the workers estimated rewards at the time of the pool shut down.

If you add all the balances of your workers that is the extra reward you would get ON TOP of what you would normally make when you help us mine our first block
and don't forget your daily reward payments!

If you liked our old pool - you will LOVE our new pool - so come back to the Union - We Miss you!

-admin


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August 13, 2011, 09:06:49 PM
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So. Cheat detected. BTW who got 5780 card? Grin
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August 13, 2011, 09:11:03 PM
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what are you talking about?
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August 13, 2011, 09:14:27 PM
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do you even understand english?

никакого обмана здесь. Я на самом деле платит каждый, кто приходит в наш бассейн в два раза только, чтобы сделать всех счастливыми. Никто не выиграл еще 5770 - не решена блока. Почему бы вам не прийти шахты с нами, и не пытаться причинить неприятности.

 Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin
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August 13, 2011, 09:27:00 PM
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heh: DO NOT USE OR THEY DISSAPEAR

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August 13, 2011, 09:54:21 PM
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thank you to those who new members who recently joined and to the few of you that have been mining with us since yesterday your daily reward payments are on the way!
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August 13, 2011, 10:16:11 PM
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oh, i was talking about the option in your donation drop down menu. i got a kick out of that Smiley

any way you could work in mining on port 80? my cards are at the office and I.T. has it locked down pretty hard.

i will say, the new site is MUCH faster than the old one.

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August 13, 2011, 10:25:05 PM
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lol now i feel stupid about that message

ahahah

sorry about mis understanding you - I am so used to people giving me a hard time today - hehehe that is a sign for me to lighten up and go have a beer, I have just been working so hard on getting things back up with the new pool

yeah we are tweaking a few things , that donation thing isnt completed yet

glad you like the speed of the new server

we have a dedicated 100 mbit fiberoptic line thats sole purpose is to support this mining pool.

I will talk to my co-admin about allowing mining on port 80
it will be difficult since port 80 is for http but if theres any possible way to make it work he will be able to figure it out Smiley

thanks for the feedback runlinux - you da man! Smiley

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now time for that beer
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August 13, 2011, 10:35:03 PM
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i see you pull in the current bitcoin price. anyway you could add what your estimated $ value of your coins would be? (Total Balance * Bitcoin Value)

also, when you first go to the site, the login button looks like it should have a pic or text, but nothing is there.

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August 13, 2011, 11:14:31 PM
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tom.  thanks for all the hard work.  

site is still a little fancy for my tastes,  but at least it loads now Smiley.

any plans on showing individual worker stats?   seeing the top 10 is nice and all,  but I am sure everybody wants, ( and needs) to see that each individual worker is submitting shares.  especially how long ago the last share was accepted.  I use this to make sure my miners are all working.

btcguild shows minutes since last share.
deepbit shows miner in blue when working, red if not.  

they both show how many shares for each worker and a way to reset them so we can compare workers.

I set up one worker.  I see it on the top 10, but not anywhere individually.

BTCGuild has the best stats that I have seen.  but lately I have been getting alot of miner idles so I went to deepbit.  I suggest setting up a worker at btcG and check out his site.

I personally dont care what the site looks like, as long as it loads fast and has alot of data.  remember the KISS method.


edit:  Can you PLEASE increase the session timout.  in the time I took to write this post, went back to your site to check, I was looged out. Sad


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August 13, 2011, 11:37:31 PM
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thanks for your feedback. To view your worker stats click on 'workers' and scroll down
if you actually look at the image you can see your actual real time worker stats

individual for each worker - each worker has its own image with stats

I will talk to my co-admin about having the idle session time increased a bit

thanks again!
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August 13, 2011, 11:40:13 PM
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thanks for your feedback. To view your worker stats click on 'workers' and scroll down
if you actually look at the image you can see your actual real time stats

I will talk to my co-admin about having the idle session time increased a bit

thanks again!

So, just so I have this straight.  if I have 28 workers. I have to dig thru 28 different 'images' of a guiminer to see my stats?  no thank you.  that is just the sort of 'fancy' stuff I dont need.  hell, I couldn't even grab the info and stick it in a spreadsheet. arrggg.


edit:  I know the <table> tag got a bad rap in the last couple of years, but this is exactly what it is designed for 'tabular data'

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August 13, 2011, 11:53:13 PM
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well we can certainly streamline the stats that is easy. Would a nice slick and simple text only stats work?

consider it done. give me 1 day. this is the kind of feedback im looking for
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August 13, 2011, 11:56:03 PM
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well we can certainly streamline the stats that is easy. Would a nice slick and simple text only stats work?

consider it done. give me 1 day. this is the kind of feedback im looking for

seriously.  sign up at btcguild and checkout your stats there!!!

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August 14, 2011, 12:46:35 AM
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thats funny you said that, I just told my co-admin (the programmer) to do the same thing.

thats an awesome suggestion and totally an easy thing to do. We custom coded our own statistical system , setting it up to show on the web site any way we like is no big deal

maybe when you see our new stats display tomarrow you might move your whole 11 g/hash over to our pool ? Smiley
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August 14, 2011, 01:44:25 AM
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simple request to the login / failure process:

because i have a few passwords (who doesnt, right?), could you make it so when your login fails, the page doesnt change after 5 seconds? its annoying when i am partway into a password when the screen changes.

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simple request to the login / failure process:

because i have a few passwords (who doesnt, right?), could you make it so when your login fails, the page doesnt change after 5 seconds? its annoying when i am partway into a password when the screen changes.

yup, that is some of the 'fancy' stuff I was talkin about..  was going to say something, glad someone else did

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August 14, 2011, 01:23:52 PM
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thanks guys, thats going on our to do list for today.

Please keep the input coming this is good stuff Smiley

also today my programmer is putting a little something together for our daily rewards payments

we will have a page that will show everyone who is eligible for reward payments and how much
the system will automatically put you on the page after you have been mining for 24 straight hours
and it will display your average speed over 24 hours so you know how much to expect in the payment


jjim_64: you expect your new stats display today as well
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August 14, 2011, 05:16:49 PM
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1st round of daily reward payments for the day going out!

If you are expecting one and have not received it - please make sure you have added a BTC wallet address to your account

I cant pay you without a wallet address!

thank you!
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August 14, 2011, 10:47:11 PM
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If anyone is expecting a daily reward payment that has not received one - please email me at admin@bitminersunion.org
thank you.
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