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Author Topic: [DEAD] DeepBit.net PPS+Prop,instant payouts, we pay for INVALID BLOCKS too  (Read 1599519 times)
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May 10, 2011, 01:18:01 AM
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how do you know what the "fixed amount" per share is when opting for the per share payout option?  I've searched everywhere, and seen that it has changed, but what is the current amount and how is it calculated?

 Its on the homepage http://deepbit.net under pps rate
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May 10, 2011, 02:21:38 AM
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uhh its been 3 hours now and i have been minig for the past 24 hours, but my balance hasent updated once since those three hours.
i also noticed the statistic page remains the same.
is this a humongous block? i figures @550 ghz , they wouldnt be a problem
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May 10, 2011, 02:32:38 AM
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uhh its been 3 hours now and i have been minig for the past 24 hours, but my balance hasent updated once since those three hours.
i also noticed the statistic page remains the same.
is this a humongous block? i figures @550 ghz , they wouldnt be a problem
We have a long block, don't worry.
As you may see, our luck was 42% better since difficulty step, so this block will return it to average :)

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May 10, 2011, 02:35:59 AM
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What happened, i went from .5 btc every hour to .08~ using PPS so i thought it should be steady :|
There was a ~40% difficulty increase recently, so what each share is worth went down. (from the way I understand it)

That difficulty increase has already occurred?  I made more today than in any single day in the past.  I will have to check out Bitcoin Watch after this to verify (I won't post about it explicitly unless I am posting for another reason, so go verify for yourself Smiley ).

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May 10, 2011, 02:40:48 AM
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uhh its been 3 hours now and i have been minig for the past 24 hours, but my balance hasent updated once since those three hours.
i also noticed the statistic page remains the same.
is this a humongous block? i figures @550 ghz , they wouldnt be a problem
We have a long block, don't worry.
As you may see, our luck was 42% better since difficulty step, so this block will return it to average Smiley

you always very comforting lol!
thanks i was just worried that there might have been a problem.
yes im very shaky ever since the insane increases in difficulty
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May 10, 2011, 02:46:41 AM
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Forgive me if somebody already posted this.
http://www.bitcoinminer.com/post/5328668205/deepbit-50-percent-threshold.

Good job reporting the situation accurately.  Kudos to the author.

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May 10, 2011, 03:58:05 AM
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I give PPS 24h risk run. I don't think it's going to be worse than my current rewards i receive.
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May 10, 2011, 06:10:26 AM
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Sometimes the round ends before you have a chance to submit a share, that's why you see "None." This happens more on shorter rounds.

rr not the case. It shows I clearly submitted shares.
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May 10, 2011, 06:16:07 AM
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Sometimes the round ends before you have a chance to submit a share, that's why you see "None." This happens more on shorter rounds.

rr not the case. It shows I clearly submitted shares.

I had that problem too and it was dismissed outright by Tycho as if the issue was on my end, but I still don't understand that scenario.  I still haven't seem a satisfactory reply.

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May 10, 2011, 06:17:54 AM
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Sometimes the round ends before you have a chance to submit a share, that's why you see "None." This happens more on shorter rounds.
rr not the case. It shows I clearly submitted shares.
So it shows that you had shares in THAT block and no reward ?
Can you give me UTC date/time of that block or it's total shares number ? And it was Proportional mode ?

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May 10, 2011, 06:21:28 AM
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Sometimes the round ends before you have a chance to submit a share, that's why you see "None." This happens more on shorter rounds.
rr not the case. It shows I clearly submitted shares.
So it shows that you had shares in THAT block and no reward ?
Can you give me UTC date/time of that block or it's total shares number ? And it was Proportional mode ?

You reviewed my logs when I reported it and checked network connectivity from you end as I did from my end and you said it want a problem.  That is the last that I heard.  It is in this forum from sidewalk days back should anybody like to read it.

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May 10, 2011, 06:34:14 AM
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rr not the case. It shows I clearly submitted shares.
So it shows that you had shares in THAT block and no reward ?
Can you give me UTC date/time of that block or it's total shares number ? And it was Proportional mode ?
You reviewed my logs when I reported it and checked network connectivity from you end as I did from my end and you said it want a problem.  That is the last that I heard.  It is in this forum from sidewalk days back should anybody like to read it.
Sorry, but I'm asking bitjet to check if there was some problem or not.

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May 10, 2011, 07:59:53 AM
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Is it just me, or has the stale percentages gone up and the amount og BTC you get from proportional (because you get less the more people that helps) per day gone down, since the pool rate exceeded 300-400 Gh/s?

Or is that just me
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May 10, 2011, 08:03:55 AM
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Is it just me, or has the stale percentages gone up and the amount og BTC you get from proportional (because you get less the more people that helps) per day gone down, since the pool rate exceeded 300-400 Gh/s?
You won't get less BTC if pool gains more hashrate.

Stale percentage may vary, how much do you get ?

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May 10, 2011, 09:14:53 AM
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Is it just me, or has the stale percentages gone up and the amount og BTC you get from proportional (because you get less the more people that helps) per day gone down, since the pool rate exceeded 300-400 Gh/s?
You won't get less BTC if pool gains more hashrate.

Stale percentage may vary, how much do you get ?

I used to have 0.4-0.7 but since the pool exceeded 400 Gh/s it's been increased to 0.14% Sad

I have tried the previous version of the GUIMiner and the new, both has increased stale rates compared to before
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May 10, 2011, 09:22:33 AM
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Stale percentage may vary, how much do you get ?
I used to have 0.4-0.7 but since the pool exceeded 400 Gh/s it's been increased to 0.14% :(
0.14% is much less than 0.4-0.7%

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May 10, 2011, 09:31:18 AM
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Stale percentage may vary, how much do you get ?
I used to have 0.4-0.7 but since the pool exceeded 400 Gh/s it's been increased to 0.14% Sad
0.14% is much less than 0.4-0.7%

Sorry, touchphone failed!
I meant 0.07 and not 0.70 xD
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May 10, 2011, 09:52:29 AM
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I meant 0.07 and not 0.70 xD
It's very good result.

I think that < 1% is acceptable, and < 0.3% is perfect.

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May 10, 2011, 10:09:49 AM
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if there is 500 gb/hash of people competing for a clock which is worth 50 btc, not matter how long it takes to finish the block, your still going to get paid the same.
For example, I run a 1.2 gb/hash machine, that means i am 1/500th of deepbit.
which also means i get paid 1/500th for every block. every block i receive .10~(50/500 = .10) so no matter how long a single block takes, a single block is still worth 50 btc.
thak a look here: last night there was a block that took 3 hours to finish. i got paid .10 again, like i would for a block that takes 5 minutes.

10.05.2011 03:13:36   0h 16m    118402   0.12903076
10.05.2011 02:57:14   0h 00m    6438           0.12806772                  <<< over here i got paid a lot more in 0 minutes than in three hours.
10.05.2011 02:56:17   0h 21m    155039   0.11449377
10.05.2011 02:34:49   2h 52m    1264805   0.11323524                   <<< take a look, no matter how long i still get paid proportionate. 1/500
09.05.2011 23:42:15   0h 28m    208602   0.10509008
09.05.2011 23:14:03   0h 04m    34988   0.11505373
09.05.2011 23:09:18   0h 22m    166527   0.11329394


maybe pay per share is better?
with more than 500 gb/hash i thought that there wouldnt even be a 3 hour block, but maybe its just once in a while?
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May 10, 2011, 10:23:59 AM
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if there is 500 gb/hash of people competing for a clock which is worth 50 btc, not matter how long it takes to finish the block, your still going to get paid the same.
For example, I run a 1.2 gb/hash machine, that means i am 1/500th of deepbit.
which also means i get paid 1/500th for every block. every block i receive .10~(50/500 = .10) so no matter how long a single block takes, a single block is still worth 50 btc.
thak a look here: last night there was a block that took 3 hours to finish. i got paid .10 again, like i would for a block that takes 5 minutes.

10.05.2011 03:13:36   0h 16m    118402   0.12903076
10.05.2011 02:57:14   0h 00m    6438           0.12806772                  <<< over here i got paid a lot more in 0 minutes than in three hours.
10.05.2011 02:56:17   0h 21m    155039   0.11449377
10.05.2011 02:34:49   2h 52m    1264805   0.11323524                   <<< take a look, no matter how long i still get paid proportionate. 1/500
09.05.2011 23:42:15   0h 28m    208602   0.10509008
09.05.2011 23:14:03   0h 04m    34988   0.11505373
09.05.2011 23:09:18   0h 22m    166527   0.11329394


maybe pay per share is better?
with more than 500 gb/hash i thought that there wouldnt even be a 3 hour block, but maybe its just once in a while?

The point with the long blocks is the shares u submit and total shares. it's divided. so the more shares other people can submit the less u get

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