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Author Topic: [DEAD] DeepBit.net PPS+Prop,instant payouts, we pay for INVALID BLOCKS too  (Read 1453753 times)
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May 16, 2011, 11:39:06 PM
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I'm using the proportional payout method, but I wanted to know if there's any way to view what my estimated proportion is. I'm currently using three GTX465s, and I'm going to be building a new rig specifically for mining soon, but until that time, I wanted to see what would be more profitable; pay per share or proportional.
Open your advanced settings page and look if the option for hiding percentage is enabled. If the percentage display is not hidden, you will see your proportion on the account page.

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May 17, 2011, 01:08:07 AM
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Ugh, I'm having connection problems.

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May 17, 2011, 01:29:21 AM
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I have my auto payout set at 10 BTC, however sometimes 15-18 BTC will collect into my deepbit before it actually gets auto-sent off...Why is this?
edit; I set it at 10 and it seems to be depositing around 17.2 instead.
Autopayment is triggered after 24 hours since last payout, so if you earn more during that 24 hours period you will get more than 10

That seems to be it, Thanks!

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May 17, 2011, 02:17:17 AM
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Ok, if you look at it that way, it is 10%.
So how about reducing the fee, say, to 5%?
My share price for PPS is calculated as 45 / current_difficulty - that's why it should be 10%
Sorry, but 5% is impossible. That will be a net loss for me.
why not do 7% then?

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May 17, 2011, 03:41:32 AM
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I'm using the proportional payout method, but I wanted to know if there's any way to view what my estimated proportion is. I'm currently using three GTX465s, and I'm going to be building a new rig specifically for mining soon, but until that time, I wanted to see what would be more profitable; pay per share or proportional.
Open your advanced settings page and look if the option for hiding percentage is enabled. If the percentage display is not hidden, you will see your proportion on the account page.

Thank you for your help. Looking forward to mining with you.
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May 17, 2011, 05:34:30 AM
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Phoenix 1.47 work just fine with Deepbit and shows stale (rejected) properly unlike 1.45.
Some people reported that Phoenix miner's hashrate display shows bigger hashrate than they really have.
I don't know if it's true or not, so I'm asking about the miner.

It is not.  They are confusing the local hashrate with the hashrate perceived by the server [submitted shares to determine hashrate].  I get the same [with tweaking parameters] using Phoenix as poclbm [with tweaking parameters].  I have since 1.3 when I first tried it.  Only problem I found was it wasn't showing rejected shares in version 1.45, but it is in 1.47.  I tested for a short period this morning against Deepbit and it was fine.

What are the best parameter tweaks?  Maybe ask rate = 1 Hz and 'single kernel execution' at 1/5 frames/sec -or- less?  I don't particularly care about 'desktop lag'.

Thanks!

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May 17, 2011, 02:35:46 PM
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Tycho would you consider adding https functionality to your website for increased security.  It would help prevent sniffing logon attempts over http!!! Yeay SSL

for example using:
http://www.cacert.org/

its free and what ive heard its not bad service.
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May 17, 2011, 03:06:28 PM
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PLEASE HELP ME

Hi there.

I have a really big problem! I had an account on deepbit and I named it farm@cocon.com which was a fake one used just as a login. I could work on it for longer time, but last day I get a communicate that I need to set up a new wallet address and confirm it by email sent to me (to farm@cocon.com). Now I made a new account with my email which is the same but farm@cocon.pl  couse Im the owner of the pl domain both have the same password and I can enter them but  I dont know how can i get my BTC money from the first account if I cant confirm anything on nonexisting email! Before that day I just needed to click save and address was ok. Please help me!
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May 17, 2011, 03:24:33 PM
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I have a really big problem! I had an account on deepbit and I named it farm@cocon.com which was a fake one used just as a login. I could work on it for longer time, but last day I get a communicate that I need to set up a new wallet address and confirm it by email sent to me (to farm@cocon.com). Now I made a new account with my email which is the same but farm@cocon.pl  couse Im the owner of the pl domain both have the same password and I can enter them but  I dont know how can i get my BTC money from the first account if I cant confirm anything on nonexisting email! Before that day I just needed to click save and address was ok. Please help me!
I already answered to your PM, but your old login in the PM was not the same as here. Which is the correct one ?

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May 17, 2011, 03:45:41 PM
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ok I answered to Your PM and thx for helping!
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May 17, 2011, 05:24:00 PM
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Quote from: [Tycho
We already have SSL cert and https is available.
All website users will be automatically switched to https protocol in about 20 minutes.

That is really cool. Thanks! Smiley
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May 17, 2011, 05:28:45 PM
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So I've started doing bitcoin mining with my gaming PC when I'm not playing games. Using GPU mining with a 5770, I'm averaging 184.0 Mhashes/sec, and contributing 0.02% to the pool.

Is that good? What's the average percent contributed?
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May 17, 2011, 05:41:40 PM
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So I've started doing bitcoin mining with my gaming PC when I'm not playing games. Using GPU mining with a 5770, I'm averaging 184.0 Mhashes/sec, and contributing 0.02% to the pool.

Is that good? What's the average percent contributed?

For that GPU, that's normal.

I'm getting a bit over 200 with a 6850. You could get closer to 300 with a 5850... (different architectures and lack of optimized code for all of them).
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May 17, 2011, 05:46:49 PM
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So, is there any explanation for the lower hash rate display on the site several users have been seeing lately?

One factor that complicates things for me is that I switched from Linux to Windows 7.  I was seeing > 1.0 Ghash/sec before the switch but after I am only seeing 700 Mhash/sec (although the instant hash rate indicator of poclbm displays the same rate for both).

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May 17, 2011, 05:55:16 PM
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One factor that complicates things for me is that I switched from Linux to Windows 7.  I was seeing > 1.0 Ghash/sec before the switch but after I am only seeing 700 Mhash/sec (although the instant hash rate indicator of poclbm displays the same rate for both).
1) Set your averaging window to 30 minutes
2) Reset your shares counter, launch your miner and check if the miner's shares counter matches with site's counter.

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May 17, 2011, 06:05:33 PM
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https://deepbit.net/account?msg=SSL_Enabled

Error 310 (net::ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS): There were too many redirects.


EDIT: never mind  Cool

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May 17, 2011, 07:24:46 PM
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UPDATE:

  • HTTPS/SSL is supported now for improved security

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May 17, 2011, 07:25:37 PM
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BRAVO!!!!
well done Tycho!

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May 17, 2011, 07:57:15 PM
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First, thanks for the pool - I tried others and they simply failed at different things. This one works like a charm.

One thing boggles my mind, I run at about 20Mhash/s and it seems quite slow compared to the whole pool. It seems that blocks are solved every now and then before I've even done one shares worth.

Im not too familiar with this stuff... so basically, while Im doing my slow work the fast ones at 200+Mh that catch the right block erase my workloads purpose?

Could this be eased by putting up two (or more) different groups; fast ones and slow ones... so both would be numbercrunching on about same total speed. Once fast ones find the block they get their contributed shares, and once slow one get their block they would share profit with the slow group.

This would make it more even, slow group members would have more time to submit their shares, so there would be less "slow ones doing overtime".

Then again, as I have no deeper view to this stuff it might be totally absurd suggestion....
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May 17, 2011, 08:00:29 PM
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First, thanks for the pool - I tried others and they simply failed at different things. This one works like a charm.
One thing boggles my mind, I run at about 20Mhash/s and it seems quite slow compared to the whole pool. It seems that blocks are solved every now and then before I've even done one shares worth.
Im not too familiar with this stuff... so basically, while Im doing my slow work the fast ones at 200+Mh that catch the right block erase my workloads purpose?
No, there is no difference, you will still get your expected reward even if your shares are not in each of the blocks.

Thanks :)

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