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July 04, 2012, 09:33:07 PM
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Trying to request a manual payout and getting the error that the destination address is not a valid bitcoin address.

This is the same address that I have been receiving payments from abcpool successfully for months, so nothing has changed. Is there some issue with payouts at the moment?

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July 04, 2012, 10:57:56 PM
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Trying to request a manual payout and getting the error that the destination address is not a valid bitcoin address.
Payments were offline for an hour or so while we upgraded the payment bitcoind. Sorry for the inconvenience.

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July 04, 2012, 11:48:32 PM
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Hi guys,

We've scaled up the pool hardware and reconfigured the software, alleviating the performance issues of the past month and creating room for growth again.

That means registration has re-opened!

Happy hashing,
MC

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July 04, 2012, 11:50:46 PM
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Hi guys,

We've scaled up the pool hardware and reconfigured the software, alleviating the performance issues of the past month and creating room for growth again.

That means registration has re-opened!

Happy hashing,
MC

If i'm sending you guys too many hashes, just let me know.
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July 05, 2012, 12:31:07 AM
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Hi guys,

We've scaled up the pool hardware and reconfigured the software, alleviating the performance issues of the past month and creating room for growth again.

That means registration has re-opened!

Happy hashing,
MC

If i'm sending you guys too many hashes, just let me know.
I don't know how big your operation is now, but we should be able to handle an additional 300GH easily. As we get to that point, we'll re-evaluate the performance metrics to see if further growth needs further scaling.

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July 05, 2012, 01:17:45 AM
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Hi guys,

We've scaled up the pool hardware and reconfigured the software, alleviating the performance issues of the past month and creating room for growth again.

That means registration has re-opened!

Happy hashing,
MC

If i'm sending you guys too many hashes, just let me know.
I don't know how big your operation is now, but we should be able to handle an additional 300GH easily. As we get to that point, we'll re-evaluate the performance metrics to see if further growth needs further scaling.

140Gh currently.
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July 05, 2012, 03:24:21 AM
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We've scaled up the pool hardware and reconfigured the software, alleviating the performance issues of the past month and creating room for growth again.
If i'm sending you guys too many hashes, just let me know.
I don't know how big your operation is now, but we should be able to handle an additional 300GH easily. As we get to that point, we'll re-evaluate the performance metrics to see if further growth needs further scaling.
140Gh currently.
I'm looking at the metrics, and the pool handles your 140Gh well. Based on these observations I'd say another 300Gh can easily be accommodated with the same level of service, in case you're looking to expand Wink.

You're handing in some quality shares too; the poolwide invalid rate is down to 0.06% averaged over the past 70 minutes.


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July 12, 2012, 07:12:16 AM
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you need a thread in the newbie area a member is locked out and asked me to help get unlocked i pmed you what he sent me he cant pm you or post here sence he does not have enugh posts.

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July 12, 2012, 09:24:34 AM
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If i'm sending you guys too many hashes, just let me know.

140Gh currently.

Please explain me why the hell you do not mine solo ?  Undecided

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July 12, 2012, 02:09:37 PM
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If i'm sending you guys too many hashes, just let me know.

140Gh currently.

Please explain me why the hell you do not mine solo ?  Undecided
Because he can potentially make more by not mining solo, by doing things such as hopping and using 110% PPS pools. Not saying he is, but it certainly is possible.

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July 15, 2012, 09:18:16 PM
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you need a thread in the newbie area a member is locked out and asked me to help get unlocked i pmed you what he sent me he cant pm you or post here sence he does not have enugh posts.

People restricted to the newbie forum, can check this thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=36666.0

ABCPool.co - Bitcoin Mining with steady rewards.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=33586.msg419612#msg419612

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July 16, 2012, 08:51:26 AM
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I may just bring my 1.4Gh/s over to this pool, at least, at the end of the next block. I like the nonexistent pps fee here :3

I'm not one for donations but if you must go ahead and I will keep you in mind. =)
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July 16, 2012, 04:28:58 PM
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I may just bring my 1.4Gh/s over to this pool, at least, at the end of the next block. I like the nonexistent pps fee here :3

Well technically this pool has a 1.5% fee, mtred has a 0% fee if that's what your looking for. But this pool pays for stales, unlike mtred.
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July 16, 2012, 07:02:15 PM
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I may just bring my 1.4Gh/s over to this pool, at least, at the end of the next block. I like the nonexistent pps fee here :3

Well technically this pool has a 1.5% fee, mtred has a 0% fee if that's what your looking for. But this pool pays for stales, unlike mtred.

yes but the 1.5% fee is nothing basically and I'm a fan of these kind of odd pools if you will Cheesy

Though question: why is ABCPools not reporting the correct Mh/s from my workers? I've been mining for the past hour under the pool and it isn't updating correctly it seems.
My main worker is pulling 832Mh/s on average.
ABCPool is reporting 709.
My second worker is pulling 600Mh/s.
ABCPool is reporting 454.

I'm not one for donations but if you must go ahead and I will keep you in mind. =)
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July 17, 2012, 07:46:55 AM
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I may just bring my 1.4Gh/s over to this pool, at least, at the end of the next block. I like the nonexistent pps fee here :3

Well technically this pool has a 1.5% fee, mtred has a 0% fee if that's what your looking for. But this pool pays for stales, unlike mtred.

yes but the 1.5% fee is nothing basically and I'm a fan of these kind of odd pools if you will Cheesy

Though question: why is ABCPools not reporting the correct Mh/s from my workers? I've been mining for the past hour under the pool and it isn't updating correctly it seems.
My main worker is pulling 832Mh/s on average.
ABCPool is reporting 709.
My second worker is pulling 600Mh/s.
ABCPool is reporting 454.

The MH/s that any pool reports is based on how many shares you submit in a certain polling interval.  Some pools use 5 min, some use 15, etc.  If you submit about 5 shares/min you're doing about 350 MH/s right now.  But remember your chance of finding a share is just dumb luck.  So somebody mining on a crappy 5350 could get more valid shares in 5 seconds than you could using a 7970 theoretically - of course in the end the 7970 owner will beat out a 5350 since random variation will be smoothed out by time.

So if your cards are being underreported you're just unlucky at that moment in time.  If you check later you might see the reported hash rate 100 higher than what you are actually doing.  Ultimately what matters is how many valid shares you are submitting since that is what you're being paid for in PPS.  In CGMiner you'll see the shares per minute reported as "U" (I guess for the card's utility).

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July 17, 2012, 11:39:51 AM
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I still have random times where I cant log onto the pool to check my stats or make payouts...

What could the problem be?

My miners all still work fine, just I cant log onto the site to check.
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July 18, 2012, 10:12:34 AM
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I may just bring my 1.4Gh/s over to this pool, at least, at the end of the next block. I like the nonexistent pps fee here :3

Well technically this pool has a 1.5% fee, mtred has a 0% fee if that's what your looking for. But this pool pays for stales, unlike mtred.

yes but the 1.5% fee is nothing basically and I'm a fan of these kind of odd pools if you will Cheesy

Though question: why is ABCPools not reporting the correct Mh/s from my workers? I've been mining for the past hour under the pool and it isn't updating correctly it seems.
My main worker is pulling 832Mh/s on average.
ABCPool is reporting 709.
My second worker is pulling 600Mh/s.
ABCPool is reporting 454.

The MH/s that any pool reports is based on how many shares you submit in a certain polling interval.  Some pools use 5 min, some use 15, etc.  If you submit about 5 shares/min you're doing about 350 MH/s right now.  But remember your chance of finding a share is just dumb luck.  So somebody mining on a crappy 5350 could get more valid shares in 5 seconds than you could using a 7970 theoretically - of course in the end the 7970 owner will beat out a 5350 since random variation will be smoothed out by time.

So if your cards are being underreported you're just unlucky at that moment in time.  If you check later you might see the reported hash rate 100 higher than what you are actually doing.  Ultimately what matters is how many valid shares you are submitting since that is what you're being paid for in PPS.  In CGMiner you'll see the shares per minute reported as "U" (I guess for the card's utility).

Yes I understand there is a luck factor but I've gotten steady readings from Deepbit or Bitlc.net for exampke. They normally don't dip 100 Mh/s too often.
Regardless, it seems to be better now. Maybe it was because at the time I was rebooting my miners frequently?

There is a question though, why isn't ABCPool not in the top 10. According to stats its pulling 1023 GH/s which is more than the other sticky thread pools.

I'm not one for donations but if you must go ahead and I will keep you in mind. =)
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July 18, 2012, 01:33:36 PM
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There is a question though, why isn't ABCPool not in the top 10. According to stats its pulling 1023 GH/s which is more than the other sticky thread pools.

Because it's not a "true" pool, it's a proxy that pool hops.

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July 18, 2012, 08:11:50 PM
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There is a question though, why isn't ABCPool not in the top 10. According to stats its pulling 1023 GH/s which is more than the other sticky thread pools.

Because it's not a "true" pool, it's a proxy that pool hops.

Oh I see that now. Interesting.

The only thing that came up for this when I searched was that it uses a failover to switch pools.
So right now, everyone mining for ABCPool is mining for ANOTHER pool? Do I have that right?
Technically doesn't that mean a slower payout for ABCPool?

I'm not one for donations but if you must go ahead and I will keep you in mind. =)
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July 18, 2012, 08:33:15 PM
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There is a question though, why isn't ABCPool not in the top 10. According to stats its pulling 1023 GH/s which is more than the other sticky thread pools.

Because it's not a "true" pool, it's a proxy that pool hops.

Oh I see that now. Interesting.

The only thing that came up for this when I searched was that it uses a failover to switch pools.
So right now, everyone mining for ABCPool is mining for ANOTHER pool? Do I have that right?
Technically doesn't that mean a slower payout for ABCPool?
Nope, faster but in smaller chunks. They also actually do run their own internal pool for load balancing and failover.

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