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Author Topic: [DEAD] DeepBit.net PPS+Prop,instant payouts, we pay for INVALID BLOCKS too  (Read 1600782 times)
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July 15, 2011, 11:02:40 AM
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Full-precision instant payment can be requested now.
Open the payments page, enter your desired sum and press the button.
Use this only if you have the latest version of bitcoin client that won't lose your subcents.

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July 15, 2011, 12:53:07 PM
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I'm getting Error 80190191 too but only on 1 out of my 3 machines.

2 of them are dedicated CPU miners, the desktop worker is running fine but the server worker refuses to connect with any worker account. I have even deleted and recreated the account on DeepBit as well as created an entirely new worker account and I still get the Error 80190191.

My 3rd machine is a GPU miner but I switched it to my CPU using the same worker account the server is and it connects fine. Doesn't seem to be an account problem since I can use the account on other machines without a problem.
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July 15, 2011, 01:09:39 PM
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changed my bitcoin address never recieved email to confirm ,  now its been over 10 hrs waiting
If you are using gmail, you need to check your "Spam" folder at the gmail site.
If you are using hotmail.com, add "no-reply@deepbit.net" to your contacts.
If you are using yahoo.com, e-mail me. After submitting address change request there is a special help page that recommends e-mailing me in case of troubles with confirmation message.

i did email you yesterday , still hasnt changed


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July 15, 2011, 01:44:10 PM
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I'm getting Error 80190191 too but only on 1 out of my 3 machines.

2 of them are dedicated CPU miners, the desktop worker is running fine but the server worker refuses to connect with any worker account. I have even deleted and recreated the account on DeepBit as well as created an entirely new worker account and I still get the Error 80190191.

My 3rd machine is a GPU miner but I switched it to my CPU using the same worker account the server is and it connects fine. Doesn't seem to be an account problem since I can use the account on other machines without a problem.

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July 15, 2011, 03:07:17 PM
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Is there something special on the site or something I'm blocking?  Just with firefox.  It loads with chrome fine.  It's strange.
This isn't a bash against the pool.  I'm just asking maybe someone else has a solution for this or something to try for a fix.  It's probably my end or my FF.  I've restarted FF and cleared cache as well without it being fixed.  This has been happening for a few days for me already.  FF is my main browser and I need to use chrome just to view DB.
I'll send you a PM with possible solution.
Thanks.  That was it.  Working now.
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July 15, 2011, 07:33:04 PM
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At what point is the fact given that PPS < Proportional?

It says that my part is 0.03% of the pools current speed... (~1200 MH/s of 4464 Gh/s)

The average time to solve a block is 24 minutes in the pool - so the pool produces about 3000 BTC in 24h.

Is the following math correct then?

0.03% of 3000 BTC is 0.9 BTC --- according to the PPS calculator on the site, I earn 0.69 BTC/day with ~1200 MH/s and PPS.


Small deviations aside, does that mean that proportional mining brings me 0.21 BTC/day more?  Huh
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July 15, 2011, 07:45:13 PM
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At what point is the fact given that PPS < Proportional?

It says that my part is 0.03% of the pools current speed... (~1200 MH/s of 4464 Gh/s)

The average time to solve a block is 24 minutes in the pool - so the pool produces about 3000 BTC in 24h.

Is the following math correct then?

0.03% of 3000 BTC is 0.9 BTC --- according to the PPS calculator on the site, I earn 0.69 BTC/day with ~1200 MH/s and PPS.


Small deviations aside, does that mean that proportional mining brings me 0.21 BTC/day more?  Huh

Lol, after 2 months I noticed, that those rewards are for PPS. Always thought that its estimated reward with XXX MHash/s with 0% luck...

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July 15, 2011, 09:15:39 PM
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At what point is the fact given that PPS < Proportional?

It says that my part is 0.03% of the pools current speed... (~1200 MH/s of 4464 Gh/s)

The average time to solve a block is 24 minutes in the pool - so the pool produces about 3000 BTC in 24h.

Is the following math correct then?

0.03% of 3000 BTC is 0.9 BTC --- according to the PPS calculator on the site, I earn 0.69 BTC/day with ~1200 MH/s and PPS.


Small deviations aside, does that mean that proportional mining brings me 0.21 BTC/day more?  Huh

I'm running right around 1200 MH/s and the last 24hr moving window has returned .74 BTC for me (though I had some down time so take that with a grain of salt).

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July 15, 2011, 09:53:36 PM
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Proportional vs. Pay Per Share

Can anyone point me to any in-depth post/analysis beyond what's on the pool's page?

I'm trying to decide which one to choose and would like to read a bit more on these...

Thanks!
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July 15, 2011, 10:11:42 PM
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You pool has been included in the site

Who find the blocks?

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July 16, 2011, 08:35:59 AM
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Proportional vs. Pay Per Share

Can anyone point me to any in-depth post/analysis beyond what's on the pool's page?

I'm trying to decide which one to choose and would like to read a bit more on these...

Thanks!

Yea, I would be interested in that as well... some kind of "Little Guidebook" to answer "When do I switch from PPS to Proportional?".
The basic function of both are easy to understand, but more info is greatly appreciated!
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July 16, 2011, 12:02:13 PM
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Yea, I would be interested in that as well... some kind of "Little Guidebook" to answer "When do I switch from PPS to Proportional?".
The basic function of both are easy to understand, but more info is greatly appreciated!
You will earn most if you switch to Proportional before pool's luck starts to be good and to PPS when you expect the pool to enter some unlucky rounds.

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July 16, 2011, 01:06:22 PM
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I'm getting Error 80190191 too but only on 1 out of my 3 machines.

2 of them are dedicated CPU miners, the desktop worker is running fine but the server worker refuses to connect with any worker account. I have even deleted and recreated the account on DeepBit as well as created an entirely new worker account and I still get the Error 80190191.

My 3rd machine is a GPU miner but I switched it to my CPU using the same worker account the server is and it connects fine. Doesn't seem to be an account problem since I can use the account on other machines without a problem.

Ufasoft miner has been disabled on deepbit till further notice.

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July 16, 2011, 05:49:42 PM
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Full decimal payouts?

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July 16, 2011, 08:02:54 PM
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What CPU miner would you guys suggest? I have been running ufasoft's on some intel xeon's and I am getting around 30-40MHs per server. I tried cgminer but it says opencl is not available... well of course it isn't available I want to CPU mine with these servers, not gpu mine. Any ideas?

Same here. I am using Intel i5 2500K with integrated GPU, and no OpenCL. It is not for serious mining, just for experimenting. Why cgminer call themselves CPU/GPU miner, if they in fact demand a GPU to run on CPU. Strange logic, IMHO.
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July 16, 2011, 08:13:07 PM
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I tried cgminer but it says opencl is not available... well of course it isn't available I want to CPU mine with these servers, not gpu mine. Any ideas?
Just use it. It has both CPU and GPU capabilities by default, but if it can't find OpenCL, it'll just compile without GPU mining capabilities and run as a pure CPU miner. Also, the right thread to ask about it is thataway -> http://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=28402.0

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July 17, 2011, 03:11:39 AM
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July 17, 2011, 05:04:22 AM
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tycho,

i have been reading that some people claim there is a way to use your pool as one of the pools for a pool hopping
strategy. specifically it was this website making a claim but naturally they demand a donation to get in on the "secret".

http://fasthoop.appspot.com/

based on my understanding of how your pool delays stats i am not quite figuring out how they can do this.
are they assuming if a block is solved and they cannot figure out who did it via screen scraping or an api.. it
must be deepbit?

or do you possibly know something i do not?
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July 17, 2011, 02:33:17 PM
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Full decimal payouts?
Yes, if you enter desired amount in the instant payment request form.

Welcome to my bitcoin mining pool: https://deepbit.net - Both payment schemes (including PPS), instant payout, no invalid blocks !
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July 17, 2011, 02:41:45 PM
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based on my understanding of how your pool delays stats i am not quite figuring out how they can do this.
are they assuming if a block is solved and they cannot figure out who did it via screen scraping or an api.. it
must be deepbit?

or do you possibly know something i do not?
There are some possible options, but usually they don't give 100% true resuts.
The fact that they don't show it for everyone is a bit suspicious, by the way.

All pool hashrate jumps and dips are visible to me, so if poolhopping will cause a considerable loss for my users, I'll take appropriate actions.

Welcome to my bitcoin mining pool: https://deepbit.net - Both payment schemes (including PPS), instant payout, no invalid blocks !
ICBIT Trading platform : USD/BTC futures trading, Bitcoin difficulty futures (NEW!). Third year in bitcoin business.
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