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June 16, 2013, 02:06:41 PM
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I've been mining with 2Gh/s for 9 hours and my BTC balance has not changed.  Can someone please enlighten me?

A block hasn't been found in the last 9 hours by Deepbit? Maybe?
so based upon that, is it a good assumption that deepbit is dead?

Why would that be a good assumption?

There are several medium sized pools that go over 9 or even 24 hours between rounds at this difficulty.  If you don't like that then you can switch to Deepbits PPS which has a 10% fee but you won't have to wait till a block gets solved to get your revenue.
I switched to another pool when I posted that.  This am, I found an extra 0.01 BTC in my deepbit profile.  Do you think deepbit has the lowest fees?  I'm using btcmp right now.  The rewards pop up instantly so I guess it's more gratifying.  What do you think?  I've tried to look at the pool comparison wiki, but I get confused.  Thanks!

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June 16, 2013, 02:37:12 PM
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I've been mining with 2Gh/s for 9 hours and my BTC balance has not changed.  Can someone please enlighten me?

A block hasn't been found in the last 9 hours by Deepbit? Maybe?
so based upon that, is it a good assumption that deepbit is dead?

Why would that be a good assumption?

There are several medium sized pools that go over 9 or even 24 hours between rounds at this difficulty.  If you don't like that then you can switch to Deepbits PPS which has a 10% fee but you won't have to wait till a block gets solved to get your revenue.
I switched to another pool when I posted that.  This am, I found an extra 0.01 BTC in my deepbit profile.  Do you think deepbit has the lowest fees?  I'm using btcmp right now.  The rewards pop up instantly so I guess it's more gratifying.  What do you think?  I've tried to look at the pool comparison wiki, but I get confused.  Thanks!

Deepbit doesn't have the lowest fees.  But it is a very mature and stable pool.  There are considerations beside fee to look at.

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June 18, 2013, 12:55:10 AM
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It looks like Deepbit has been changing difficulties between the last difficulty and the current one.

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June 18, 2013, 07:16:48 AM
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It looks like Deepbit has been changing difficulties between the last difficulty and the current one.
I ran a little 24 hr test.  With 6 Block Erupters, I got 0.065 BTC with btcmp.  With deepbit, I got 0.025.

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June 18, 2013, 05:15:54 PM
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It looks like Deepbit has been changing difficulties between the last difficulty and the current one.
I ran a little 24 hr test.  With 6 Block Erupters, I got 0.065 BTC with btcmp.  With deepbit, I got 0.025.

24 hours of testing isn't even close to enough, especially when evaluating a smaller pool (which Deepbit would be classified as these days).  It takes -months- for variance to level out on a small pool, and you can end up way ahead or way behind at any point in time.

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June 19, 2013, 06:41:24 AM
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 Hiya guys recently moved my 4 miners to Deepbit but i have a problem i hope someone can help solve as for me its a big issue. Half the time i control my Miners in the summer via remote desktop from my PC and also my iPhone. But where the problem comes in when switching to this pool is the app i have called BTCmon that usually shows the speed of each miner on other pools but for some reason it only shows miners running or not. The reason this is such a big deal is i push all my 7970's as far as they can go and every now and then a driver will crash and i can instantly tell using BTCmon then remote access real fast ,reboot and start mining again. I currently have 8 cards running so depending on temp changes etc 1 can drop at any time.

 Now i explained my problem is there anything i can do or use to monitor my miners besides just knowing they are on as this can make or break me staying with deepbit which i am starting to rather enjoy although i do wish it was merged with NMC also but cant win them all.

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June 19, 2013, 09:24:52 AM
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 Hiya guys recently moved my 4 miners to Deepbit but i have a problem i hope someone can help solve as for me its a big issue. Half the time i control my Miners in the summer via remote desktop from my PC and also my iPhone. But where the problem comes in when switching to this pool is the app i have called BTCmon that usually shows the speed of each miner on other pools but for some reason it only shows miners running or not. The reason this is such a big deal is i push all my 7970's as far as they can go and every now and then a driver will crash and i can instantly tell using BTCmon then remote access real fast ,reboot and start mining again. I currently have 8 cards running so depending on temp changes etc 1 can drop at any time.

 Now i explained my problem is there anything i can do or use to monitor my miners besides just knowing they are on as this can make or break me staying with deepbit which i am starting to rather enjoy although i do wish it was merged with NMC also but cant win them all.

 Please help

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Sounds to me like you need to contact the author of your app so that you can see the hashrate.

Also you can enable email notifications for your workers when they are down.

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June 20, 2013, 01:14:05 AM
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Now i explained my problem is there anything i can do or use to monitor my miners besides just knowing they are on as this can make or break me staying with deepbit which i am starting to rather enjoy although i do wish it was merged with NMC also but cant win them all.
Hello. Our API is providing good amount of information about running workers so I can recommend you asking the author of your monitoring software about this.
I know that most monitoring programs support Deepbit correctly, but never tried that one, sorry.

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June 20, 2013, 09:32:25 PM
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Anyone having trouble logging into website? Login page loads for me, but after entering username/pass I get a 502 bad gateway error

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June 21, 2013, 03:54:04 AM
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Anyone having trouble logging into website? Login page loads for me, but after entering username/pass I get a 502 bad gateway error
The problem still persists or it was just a short interruption ?

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June 25, 2013, 02:43:35 AM
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Payments are paused for maintenance (software update).
You can enable autopayments for your account if you want to get the payment automatically after this update.

UPDATE: Payments are enabled now.

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June 25, 2013, 06:45:06 PM
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Payments are paused for maintenance (software update).
You can enable autopayments for your account if you want to get the payment automatically after this update.

(now waiting for a new block to be found before starting)

for how long time is the maintenance going on?

Edit: Maintenance ended now


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June 25, 2013, 08:13:00 PM
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for how long time is the maintenance going on?
Payments are available now, you can try again.

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June 26, 2013, 08:55:11 AM
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Hi!

I made a withdraw from my account 25.06.2013 20:30 on 0.1 BTC but i havent recevied any coins yet. If I click on the date I get the answer "Error No such transaction" and the coins have been withdrawn from my account :@

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June 26, 2013, 10:16:25 AM
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I made a withdraw from my account 25.06.2013 20:30 on 0.1 BTC but i havent recevied any coins yet. If I click on the date I get the answer "Error No such transaction" and the coins have been withdrawn from my account :@
This situation is explained on the help page shown after performing manual payment request.
You will receive your coins when this TX will get at least one confirmation.

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June 29, 2013, 08:15:35 AM
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Am i misunderstanding something about bitcoins? looking at http://blockchain.info/blocks/Deepbit , I see lots of submitted blocks, yet looking at the statistics page of the deepbit website, it shows no blocks for almost 2 days.. what's wrong? :/
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June 29, 2013, 09:30:39 AM
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Hello, there are people who are cheating in DeepBit, connects after the first reward and so does not leave the miners alone all the time so some time getting the rewards of the day and then Logging Out until the next day, eliminating consumption without reward or by switching server pool.

I think it should of to see more control.
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July 01, 2013, 02:21:55 AM
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Am i misunderstanding something about bitcoins? looking at http://blockchain.info/blocks/Deepbit , I see lots of submitted blocks, yet looking at the statistics page of the deepbit website, it shows no blocks for almost 2 days.. what's wrong? :/
Answered LOTS of times already. Blockchain.info is publishing incorrect data about block's origin.

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July 02, 2013, 01:28:08 PM
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Am i misunderstanding something about bitcoins? looking at http://blockchain.info/blocks/Deepbit , I see lots of submitted blocks, yet looking at the statistics page of the deepbit website, it shows no blocks for almost 2 days.. what's wrong? :/
Answered LOTS of times already. Blockchain.info is publishing incorrect data about block's origin.

Maybe think about signing the coinbase?

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July 04, 2013, 06:17:04 AM
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Am i misunderstanding something about bitcoins? looking at http://blockchain.info/blocks/Deepbit , I see lots of submitted blocks, yet looking at the statistics page of the deepbit website, it shows no blocks for almost 2 days.. what's wrong? :/
Answered LOTS of times already. Blockchain.info is publishing incorrect data about block's origin.

Maybe think about signing the coinbase?
There are reasons to not sign the coinbase:

1) They have something to hide (ripping off the miners)

2) Their pool payment algorithm allows people to abuse this fact ... however this argument is drivel coz it's not too difficult to determine the DeepBit blocks to a high level of accuracy, just not 100%

3) It's too difficult for them to program it

4) ... ASIC doesn't exist ... oh wait - wrong question Tongue

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