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Author Topic: [DEAD] DeepBit.net PPS+Prop,instant payouts, we pay for INVALID BLOCKS too  (Read 1599529 times)
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June 03, 2011, 02:39:16 PM
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So I got up this morning and checked my servers mining deepbit and found out all of them where not communicating with deepbit except the ones I have at work.  It looks like the anti DOSS program is blocking me.  Once I shut down 5 of my 6 machines the 6th machine was able to start mining.
There is no blocking already, so the problem is somewhere else.
May be you are using phoenix miner ?

Also, there is no fee for proportional mode in last days, so you weren't paying too.

You said on your site you restarted the fee that's why I came back I assumed you had all the problems fixed.  I plan on adding 2 machines with 4 GPUs a week soon.   I got investors that want in and I need a reliable pool.  I don't mind paying for it but you have to be like Facebook NEVER GO DOWN!

I don't think that's too much to ask a service provider I pay.  IMO

Smiley  If you feel the need to compensate me 2 or 3 bitcoins it would go a long way.  
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You don't have to just commit to fixing it as I can see in the form many people have had the same problem last night.

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fee isnt up till jun 4....


Also, there is no fee for proportional mode in last days, so you weren't paying too.
I have been mining at deepbit when it was just 50 GHashes so I have paid my dues to expect a level of service as compensation.

you have also "paid your dues'' by joining the ONLY pool that was available at that time...

not sure why you need to be compensated. i have been here since the beginning. do you see me crying about this? fees are fees. he took advantage of the situation and made his own pool, provided help, and his pool pretty much exploded. using his model, other pools have been created with competitive fees. as competition increased, fees were reduced to 0...

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June 03, 2011, 02:44:39 PM
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A lightweight page is planned for low-resolution mobile devices like PDAs or iPhones. Do you have any suggestions on the displayed data ?

https://deepbit.net/m
(prototype, you still have to log in using main page)

Nice addition. It looks more than good so far, of course there are some small (subjective) things that could be improved.
For me an ideal summarized design would be (based on the current look):
- Make a "Last 24h average" section including pull's luck (with colorful +/- numbers), average round length, your average hashrate (if existing as a data entry somewhere at all)
- Bellow the "Blocks history" section append btc income last 24h as on the destop version of the site
- Append a "Last news" section with last 2 news pieces
- Remove the "Balance is updated once per hour" & "Average speed in last N minutes" rows from the first section to save vertical space

Also, it doesn't look quite as a mobile device page, but maybe it's just a css issue. On my screen it is zoomed out (real size), centered in the middle, with width about 1/4 of the screen. Using Windows Mobile 6.5.X, Opera Mobile 9.7, screen res 800x480.

Only worker tails are displayed, not full login names.
At this point it makes sense, since it is appended to your login. But I don't see the point of omitting it since the login is at the top of the page. Unless it's for readability/table expanding reasons.
When (if?) the option to totally rename workers comes, it would be nice to have the whole names.
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June 03, 2011, 02:59:19 PM
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Also, there is no fee for proportional mode in last days, so you weren't paying too.
You said on your site you restarted the fee that's why I came back I assumed you had all the problems fixed.  I plan on adding 2 machines with 4 GPUs a week soon.   I got investors that want in and I need a reliable pool.  I don't mind paying for it but you have to be like Facebook NEVER GO DOWN!
Oh, the news column on my site says that fee will be enabled 4.06.2011 but today is 3.06 yet :)

Sorry for the connection problems. I'm not sure why phoenix can't reconnect sometimes while other miners do.

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June 03, 2011, 03:04:48 PM
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A lightweight page is planned for low-resolution mobile devices like PDAs or iPhones. Do you have any suggestions on the displayed data ?
https://deepbit.net/m
(prototype, you still have to log in using main page)
Nice addition. It looks more than good so far, of course there are some small (subjective) things that could be improved.
For me an ideal summarized design would be (based on the current look):
- Make a "Last 24h average" section including pull's luck (with colorful +/- numbers), average round length, your average hashrate (if existing as a data entry somewhere at all)
- Bellow the "Blocks history" section append btc income last 24h as on the destop version of the site
- Append a "Last news" section with last 2 news pieces
- Remove the "Balance is updated once per hour" & "Average speed in last N minutes" rows from the first section to save vertical space

Also, it doesn't look quite as a mobile device page, but maybe it's just a css issue. On my screen it is zoomed out (real size), centered in the middle, with width about 1/4 of the screen. Using Windows Mobile 6.5.X, Opera Mobile 9.7, screen res 800x480.
Thanks for your report, it's very useful.
Yes, it looks small because it's for 240x320 (QVGA) devices. Other sizes will be supported too.

Only worker tails are displayed, not full login names.
At this point it makes sense, since it is appended to your login. But I don't see the point of omitting it since the login is at the top of the page. Unless it's for readability/table expanding reasons.
When (if?) the option to totally rename workers comes, it would be nice to have the whole names.
It shows tails because you will be able to rename their tails soon.

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June 03, 2011, 03:09:02 PM
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I would page something like this:
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June 03, 2011, 03:10:44 PM
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I would page something like this:
Yes, I saw your template too, thanks :)

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June 03, 2011, 03:55:35 PM
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Also, there is no fee for proportional mode in last days, so you weren't paying too.
You said on your site you restarted the fee that's why I came back I assumed you had all the problems fixed.  I plan on adding 2 machines with 4 GPUs a week soon.   I got investors that want in and I need a reliable pool.  I don't mind paying for it but you have to be like Facebook NEVER GO DOWN!
Oh, the news column on my site says that fee will be enabled 4.06.2011 but today is 3.06 yet Smiley

Sorry for the connection problems. I'm not sure why phoenix can't reconnect sometimes while other miners do.
No problem Tycho thanks for the response.  However I am not using phoenix.  Only Poclbm.

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June 03, 2011, 03:58:00 PM
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Oh, the news column on my site says that fee will be enabled 4.06.2011 but today is 3.06 yet :)
Sorry for the connection problems. I'm not sure why phoenix can't reconnect sometimes while other miners do.
No problem Tycho thanks for the response.  However I am not using phoenix.  Only Poclbm
Do you remember what error was shown by your poclbm then ?

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June 03, 2011, 04:54:06 PM
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Oh, the news column on my site says that fee will be enabled 4.06.2011 but today is 3.06 yet Smiley
Sorry for the connection problems. I'm not sure why phoenix can't reconnect sometimes while other miners do.
No problem Tycho thanks for the response.  However I am not using phoenix.  Only Poclbm
Do you remember what error was shown by your poclbm then ?
Sorry I would be guessing but it was "Connection error" I think.  Wish I thought to copy it but I was angry at the time and just wanted my miners up and running.

Thanks for taking the time to talk to me.  The guys at MTGox just ignore my emails and don't respond to my simple request of timing for when they will put cash in my account after I transferred it from paxum.  I find that very unprofessional and normal for internet businesses to just ignore their users.  Thus it's surprisingly delightful to see you communicating with me and your patrons.

Keep up the good work.

Cheers

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June 03, 2011, 07:18:06 PM
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UPDATE:

Check out our Twitter:
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June 03, 2011, 09:08:49 PM
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A lightweight page is planned for low-resolution mobile devices like PDAs or iPhones. Do you have any suggestions on the displayed data ?

This will be excellent!

How about one line giving the current system time, so I can compare "last share" time to it in case I'm too lazy to read my phone time and convert to UTC? Smiley

Also, perhaps tell me the time and amount of my most recent automated payment, if I'm using them.  This is good to know together with my balance in case I haven't checked in a while.

I like the idea of putting news items on there, too.  Any required space may be stolen from the Blocks history.
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This will be excellent!
How about one line giving the current system time, so I can compare "last share" time to it in case I'm too lazy to read my phone time and convert to UTC? :)
You don't need to convert, just set your timezone in pool's advanced settings and you will see all the dates corrected.

There is a news post in the left site column that says about timezone setting :)

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June 03, 2011, 09:24:49 PM
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Ooh, even better!
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June 03, 2011, 11:20:04 PM
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tycho, i just sent a payment from my account. when I go to the table however, blockexplorer says "no such transaction" yet my BTC total has been debited. Help!
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June 03, 2011, 11:28:22 PM
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Reason I was posting was since I used "instant payout" to send 0.575 BTC, don't know if the thousandths place screwed up the transaction? (as strange as that sounds).
Previously my wallet showed the (unverified) transaction nearly instantly.
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June 03, 2011, 11:34:38 PM
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I requested a payment 3/4 blocks ago and haven't received it yet - block explorer says "no such transaction". Any ideas?
Blockexplorer can show you this transaction only after it gets included in some block and that block is received by BBE server.
If you see the transaction in your payments list then everything is fine and you just need to wait.

Okay, Tycho, I see your answer to someone else asking the question. You are changing the fee structure; maybe something is  up on your end.  I will wait and check again after hour changes to 0.00 GMT. (45 min)
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June 03, 2011, 11:41:02 PM
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tycho, i just sent a payment from my account. when I go to the table however, blockexplorer says "no such transaction" yet my BTC total has been debited. Help!
Have you seen a help page that is shown after pressing the "Instant Payment" button ?

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June 03, 2011, 11:49:10 PM
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yep, I saw it but couldn't get it back. All is well now and block explorer shows transaction.  Someone has to report the block transaction, yes, and hash it into the chain going forward?

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June 03, 2011, 11:57:42 PM
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June 03, 2011, 11:59:20 PM
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yep, I saw it but couldn't get it back. All is well now and block explorer shows transaction.  Someone has to report the block transaction, yes, and hash it into the chain going forward?



Yep ... just patience.  As difficulty jumps, blocks are found more slowly, so the first confirmation can be a slow one.  You may not see instant notification if your client is part of the full P2P cloud [meaning you don't have your firewall open such that your client can be actively connected to by others.  A sure sign of that is that your bitcoin client sticks with only 8 connections.  If your router supports it and you trust people/hardware in your home, then turn on uPnP on the router and then in your bitcoin client.  Then restart your client].  Payouts from deepbit.net and BTC Guild show immediately in my client, essentially before I have let go of the button on the mouse I used to click the payout button on the site.  Smiley  After that, you should start seeing confirmations rolling in about as often as you see a long polling message in your miner [which implies that block was just found and thus may help along your confirmations].

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