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Author Topic: [DEAD] DeepBit.net PPS+Prop,instant payouts, we pay for INVALID BLOCKS too  (Read 1599523 times)
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May 10, 2011, 04:59:05 PM
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How is the "Average speed in last 5 minutes" measured?
There is already an answer in this thread.
This speed is measured by counting your submitted shares and 5 minutes is not enough to average out your speed. Try setting it to 30 mins and see if it will be more consistent.

I ought to admit that looking through 67 pages for an answer is beyond my patience, but I'll try 30 minutes! Smiley

Also, has the live support been taken down? I haven't seen it "online" for two days now, or is my browser just being a bitch?
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May 10, 2011, 05:28:31 PM
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There is a search function y'know

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May 10, 2011, 06:02:38 PM
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There is a search function y'know

Oh yea?
Give me the search parameters for future reference, because >how Average speed in last 5 minutes measured< gave no hits but my own - those are the key words so please, tell me how to search for a question like that, or keep your comments to yourself.
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May 10, 2011, 08:06:36 PM
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Been using the pool since Slush's meltdown, it's working great so far. The statistics ain't working for me though, always says my reward is none for every round. It worked for the first day, then I think I changed from proportional to PPS and the stats stopped working. I've since then changed back to proportional but the stats still don't work. Am I missing something? Smiley
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May 10, 2011, 08:14:27 PM
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Been using the pool since Slush's meltdown, it's working great so far. The statistics ain't working for me though, always says my reward is none for every round. It worked for the first day, then I think I changed from proportional to PPS and the stats stopped working. I've since then changed back to proportional but the stats still don't work. Am I missing something? Smiley

I think Statistics dosn't work with PPS.
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May 10, 2011, 08:15:15 PM
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Been using the pool since Slush's meltdown, it's working great so far. The statistics ain't working for me though, always says my reward is none for every round. It worked for the first day, then I think I changed from proportional to PPS and the stats stopped working. I've since then changed back to proportional but the stats still don't work. Am I missing something? Smiley

Stats will only show proportional payout #'s, if you're in PPS you won't see anything useful stat wise.  When swapping back, it can take up to 2 hours i've seen before you'll start seeing values in Stats.  In some cases its because you've swapped over mid-block and I think a quirk of the payout system keeps you as PPS for current block, then just the 1 hour delay on stats Tycho has in place.  
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May 10, 2011, 08:35:56 PM
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In some cases its because you've swapped over mid-block and I think a quirk of the payout system keeps you as PPS for current block, then just the 1 hour delay on stats Tycho has in place.
No, the reward mode switch is instant, your next share will be counted as selected method.

But yes, the 1 hour delay will stop you from seeing Proportional stats right away.

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May 10, 2011, 08:37:37 PM
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It worked for the first day, then I think I changed from proportional to PPS and the stats stopped working.
Your reward will be shown in block list only if your payment method is Proportional because PPS mode doesn't depends on blocks at all.

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May 10, 2011, 09:26:55 PM
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Ah, darn it. I was sure I switched back to proportional, but alas, double checking it, I was still on PPS!

Thanks guys, should be good to go now.
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May 10, 2011, 10:51:19 PM
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Is there some issue with payout verification? I clicked instant payout at :23 past the hour and in 25 minutes I have not gotten one confirmation, but in that time, three blocks were found by deepbit. Anyone else having payout issues or does anyone know what's going on?
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May 10, 2011, 10:58:52 PM
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i sent bitcoins to the wrong address :|


But blockexplorer says bitcoins were never sent...

Help me please
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May 10, 2011, 11:11:16 PM
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i sent bitcoins to the wrong address :|


But blockexplorer says bitcoins were never sent...

Help me please

If you sent coins to an address that is not yours and you don't know whose it is, then that money is gone.  Sorry Charlie ... must be more careful next time.

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May 10, 2011, 11:21:49 PM
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i sent bitcoins to the wrong address :|


But blockexplorer says bitcoins were never sent...

Help me please

If you sent coins to an address that is not yours and you don't know whose it is, then that money is gone.  Sorry Charlie ... must be more careful next time.

Lame... oh well
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May 10, 2011, 11:31:11 PM
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Actually, I am curious.  If the address is not in use by any client, then it will float around the network for some time.  There must be a mechanism where it gives up (or maybe stays with the sender since never confirmed which I doubt).  After a while there could be a lot of orphaned coins floating around the network without such a mechanism.  Anybody know what it is?  I suspect the result is that if not collected by a client it will eventually be destroyed as the tail end of chains are clipped.

Can anybody confirm?

There is no way to take the address for yourself, even if not used (since it is generated by you private key) so the odds are infinitesimal that the address would ever possibly be yours if you hit new address for the rest of your life.

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May 10, 2011, 11:33:34 PM
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WTF i got my money...
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May 10, 2011, 11:44:15 PM
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I discovered today that Websense filtering was blocking access to deepbit.net.  It was categorized as "Pay to Surf".  I had them re-categorize it to Information Technology.


>>> DatabaseChange <DatabaseChange@websense.com> 5/10/2011 4:00 PM >>>
Thank you for using Websense's new URL category lookup utility.
The site you submitted has been reviewed and categorized accordingly:
<http://deepbit.net/> - <Information Technology>
Categorization updates should be available in the next scheduled publication of the database. A new database is published every business day, five days a week, Pacific Standard Time. You should notice any updates referred to in this message within 72 hours.
Thank you.


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May 10, 2011, 11:45:45 PM
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WTF i got my money...

Then you must have had the correct address.  Look in your address book (receiving) fir it and you erl certainly find it.  Give it a label such as "deepbit" Smiley.  There is often a delay before the transaction his your client, especially if you don't have the port forwarded to your client from your router (you can tell that might be the case because you will only have 8 connections).  If your router supports uPNP them turn it on and set the option in your client and forget about forwarding ports (I use the D-link DIR-855 and used to use the DIR-655 and both support it).  If you have kids who might abuse the Internet (i.e. hosting torrents), then I would leave it off.

BTW, payments from deepbit have always appeared in my wallet before I had released the left mouse button if I pushed instant pay.  I am surprised it took you so long.  Did you update to a good stress and maybe Tycho paid you out since you are new and he us a good guy (he is, although some people think that I feel otherwise, but I most certainly don't)?

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May 10, 2011, 11:48:49 PM
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I discovered today that Websense filtering was blocking access to deepbit.net.  It was categorized as "Pay to Surf".  I had them re-categorize it to Information Technology.


>>> DatabaseChange <DatabaseChange@websense.com> 5/10/2011 4:00 PM >>>
Thank you for using Websense's new URL category lookup utility.
The site you submitted has been reviewed and categorized accordingly:
<http://deepbit.net/> - <Information Technology>
Categorization updates should be available in the next scheduled publication of the database. A new database is published every business day, five days a week, Pacific Standard Time. You should notice any updates referred to in this message within 72 hours.
Thank you.



I am not familiar with them, but I assume they work as a DNS RBL.  You have to be careful with such lists if you want to avoid losing access to important traffic from time to time (especially email where it is often integrated into the MTA).

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May 10, 2011, 11:54:15 PM
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No,  Not DNSRBL but business class web filtering.  Nothing to worry about if your a home user, but any other organization that is using Websense (schools, large companies) will now get this in their database download.

How many of us are behind Websense?  Luckily,  I'm the admin.

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No,  Not DNSRBL but business class web filtering.  Nothing to worry about if your a home user, but any other organization that is using Websense (schools, large companies) will now get this in their database download.

How many of us are behind Websense?  Luckily,  I'm the admin.

Good to know Smiley  Do you price for small businesses (say five desktop computers  and a couple of servers our appliances and of those desktops only a few users are of need to secure because some adult family is part of the business).  I could recommend you for my Brother's business.  PM me if you have anything worth knowing that is not available on your website.  He would consider home as well since he does some business from home and has kids.  He is growing rapidly and running lean for growth.  I did tell him to take a look at your site.

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