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October 21, 2011, 06:15:22 AM
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Hey Tycho, are you going to update the difficulty history?

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October 21, 2011, 07:25:48 AM
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Hey Tycho, are you going to update the difficulty history?
Yes, in a few days.
The list on the bottom of right panel was updated manually, but I'm planning to use automatic calculation in next site update.

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October 21, 2011, 09:53:43 PM
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When I have other things I'm typing / searching through, it's easier to just let someone reply with the answer.  :-)


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October 21, 2011, 09:55:14 PM
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When I have other things I'm typing / searching through, it's easier to just let someone reply with the answer.  :-)


I will be adding you to my ignore list now.

That's not a bad idea.

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October 21, 2011, 09:56:07 PM
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Looks like everything's working again... thanks for the awesome pool, keep up the great work!

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October 22, 2011, 05:59:17 PM
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When I have other things I'm typing / searching through, it's easier to just let someone reply with the answer.  :-)


I will be adding you to my ignore list now.

That's not a bad idea.

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October 22, 2011, 05:59:50 PM
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When I have other things I'm typing / searching through, it's easier to just let someone reply with the answer.  :-)


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That's not a bad idea.

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October 23, 2011, 09:55:47 PM
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Friendly neighborhood mod here:

Current network hashrate has dropped to 6Thash, with Deepbit at 3Thash I request everyone jump to another pool until either Deepbit drops below 2hash or network hashrate starts increasing again.

ArsBitcoin, ABCPool and Bitcoins.lc are good targets to jump to.

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October 23, 2011, 11:15:12 PM
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Hey Diablo, what's your commision from Ars, ABC and Bitcoin.lc? I can pay a little more to be the first on your list ;-)

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October 23, 2011, 11:33:37 PM
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Hey Diablo, what's your commision from Ars, ABC and Bitcoin.lc? I can pay a little more to be the first on your list ;-)

Obviously you need to change your pool name to AAABitcoin.  Wink

But really, moving hash power from the biggest to the second or third biggest doesn't improve the over consolidation of hash power much.   50% isn't this magical point where it's all terrible where 49% is just fine.  (since with a simple majority you'd have to hold it for a long time to pull of any interesting attacks).

I know you were kidding, but some people around here don't have a sense of humor. Smiley Promoting some of the small but not tiny is the simple, rational thing to do and doesn't require any kickbacks.



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October 24, 2011, 12:26:28 AM
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Hey Diablo, what's your commision from Ars, ABC and Bitcoin.lc? I can pay a little more to be the first on your list ;-)

I just listed the three largest pools with no fee.

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October 24, 2011, 02:33:28 AM
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I request everyone...
Oh, so that's where bitcoin's central authority is :)

You are a bit wrong comparing apples and oranges. You don't know network's total hashrate, you can only know network's resulting "blocks per unit of time" speed.
It may be a 12 TH/s with a very bad luck, or the opposite. So if you are comparing network with some pools, you should compare same parameters, like that "blocks per unit of time" (which is almost useless because it's based on past luck).

What I'm trying to say is that deepbit's hashrate didn't changed dramatically in last days and I really doubt that only those who aren't mining in deepbit are leaving the network (which can explain such increase of pool's part if it was real), so this deviation is probably just caused by luck.

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October 24, 2011, 03:35:55 AM
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I request everyone...
Oh, so that's where bitcoin's central authority is Smiley

You are a bit wrong comparing apples and oranges. You don't know network's total hashrate, you can only know network's resulting "blocks per unit of time" speed.
It may be a 12 TH/s with a very bad luck, or the opposite. So if you are comparing network with some pools, you should compare same parameters, like that "blocks per unit of time" (which is almost useless because it's based on past luck).

What I'm trying to say is that deepbit's hashrate didn't changed dramatically in last days and I really doubt that only those who aren't mining in deepbit are leaving the network (which can explain such increase of pool's part if it was real), so this deviation is probably just caused by luck.

No, Deepbit's hasn't changed dramatically, the network's has. Besides, I'm just asking temporarily, I don't particularly like any pool having a crack at a 51% attack.

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Wow,what a paranoid group (bitcoin miners) we have become,the only one to fear is BitcoinExpress,DUH!!!!!! Ok,maybe a couple of others too Cheesy

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October 24, 2011, 06:29:25 AM
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Wow,what a paranoid group (bitcoin miners) we have become,the only one to fear is BitcoinExpress,DUH!!!!!! Ok,maybe a couple or others too Cheesy

I thought the only thing we have to fear is fear itself?

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Wow,what a paranoid group (bitcoin miners) we have become,the only one to fear is BitcoinExpress,DUH!!!!!! Ok,maybe a couple or others too Cheesy

I thought the only thing we have to fear is fear itself?

See,now we're fearing fear!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Shocked


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October 24, 2011, 02:30:54 PM
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I request everyone...
Oh, so that's where bitcoin's central authority is Smiley

You are a bit wrong comparing apples and oranges. You don't know network's total hashrate, you can only know network's resulting "blocks per unit of time" speed.
It may be a 12 TH/s with a very bad luck, or the opposite. So if you are comparing network with some pools, you should compare same parameters, like that "blocks per unit of time" (which is almost useless because it's based on past luck).

What I'm trying to say is that deepbit's hashrate didn't changed dramatically in last days and I really doubt that only those who aren't mining in deepbit are leaving the network (which can explain such increase of pool's part if it was real), so this deviation is probably just caused by luck.

No, Deepbit's hasn't changed dramatically, the network's has. Besides, I'm just asking temporarily, I don't particularly like any pool having a crack at a 51% attack.

I think it would do the CoinNetwork some GOOD, if deepbit At Some Point temporarily controlled >51% of the network hash rate.
WHY?!?!
Because Nothings gonna fucking happen. Why would he fuck himself outta his (est i really dont have a good idea) 3,500/mo paycheck that the pools getting him just to grab some coins!

It would ease peoples minds about the whole "OMG IF IT PASSES 51% WERE ALL FUCKED"
But at the same time, If the fake blocks are made, Well shit. DOWN HILL GOES BITCOINS for a lonnnnnng lonnnnngggg time.

Personally i think we should only have One pool, One nice big 90%nethash pool, Run by all the leaders, Democracy style, Where NO INDIVIDUAL has any power, But as a group can make changes.

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October 24, 2011, 02:38:55 PM
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Personally i think we should only have One pool, One nice big 90%nethash pool, Run by all the leaders, Democracy style, Where NO INDIVIDUAL has any power, But as a group can make changes.

Hmm, wasn't that the main premise of the Star Wars story?
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October 24, 2011, 03:38:31 PM
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Personally i think we should only have One pool, One nice big 90%nethash pool, Run by all the leaders, Democracy style, Where NO INDIVIDUAL has any power, But as a group can make changes.

Hmm, wasn't that the main premise of the Star Wars story?
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Soo. That in metaphor To ME, Translates into

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October 24, 2011, 05:31:24 PM
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I think it would do the CoinNetwork some GOOD, if deepbit At Some Point temporarily controlled >51% of the network hash rate.
Some people think that this already happened more than once.
I believe that nothing bad will happen in this case and if someone else will gain >50% and do "bad things", the network will heal itself.

The community should either a) create a good monitoring service, b) develop something to prevent any bad things from happening when some entity is over 50%, c) stop complaining
because if a pool can be over 50%, then other miners can do this too, and then you won't be able to stop it.

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