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February 04, 2014, 11:21:18 AM
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I believe on Deepbit's system, if you change a miner to PPS, it remains proportional until the current round is over.  It's been almost 3 years since I did anything on Deepbit, but I'm recalling that little quirk in changing payment methods.

Yeah that explains it. But how long does a round usually lasts? Do you get notified when it's over?

At Deepbit's current size?  Forever is a definite possibility for how long a round can last.  It would currently take Deepbit an average of 4 months to find a block, assuming difficulty doesn't change.  There is mining hardware starting to come out where a single box is faster than the entire Deepbit pool.

That made me change to Slush's pool. I really have no idéa what would be best for me at 7.00 MH/s, if someone have advice, feel free ^^.
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February 04, 2014, 05:50:44 PM
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That made me change to Slush's pool. I really have no idéa what would be best for me at 7.00 MH/s, if someone have advice, feel free ^^.

Honestly, as somebody who makes a living running a pool for miners (so its in my best interest to have as many miners as possible):  I would not bother mining at 7 MH/s.  Even as a hobby, because unfortunately, you will *never* earn enough to request a payout at 7 MH/s.

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February 04, 2014, 08:26:47 PM
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@deepbit (and people considering using deepbit).
My email hosting provider has shutdown (something COMPLETELY OUT OF MY CONTROL), and because of that I cannot get access to my 1.6 BTC.
In 2013-09-05 I emailed because I could not receive rewards, but NOTHING has happened.
I login with my username and password and try do initiate a payout to my wallet (note: the wallet is the SAME wallet I used when I registered the account back in 2011 and it is the SAME wallet I've previously done payout to).
The payout page says I need to check my email for confirmation. But.. of course.. my hosting provider has SHUT DOWN.

It is a simple issue deepbit, just look at the history in my account:
30.03.2011 10:20 141d9jMvk1BXyLnjQ5rF... 0.05

I wonder if my bitcoins are still there or if the funds have been creatively re-appropriated by the deepbit guys...
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February 06, 2014, 07:07:37 AM
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Does deepbit report which blocks it has mined?  Or is there an API which provides this information?

I can't seem to figure this out looking at their website: https://deepbit.net/stats


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February 06, 2014, 08:40:05 AM
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Does deepbit report which blocks it has mined?  Or is there an API which provides this information?

I can't seem to figure this out looking at their website: https://deepbit.net/stats



They don't do any kind of coinbase signature like most pools do.  They do report their blocks on the website, but as posted a few pages back, the average time for Deepbit to solve a block is now nearly 5 months.

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February 06, 2014, 08:50:39 AM
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Does deepbit report which blocks it has mined?  Or is there an API which provides this information?

I can't seem to figure this out looking at their website: https://deepbit.net/stats



They don't do any kind of coinbase signature like most pools do.  They do report their blocks on the website, but as posted a few pages back, the average time for Deepbit to solve a block is now nearly 5 months.

5 months?  That doesn't seem accurate.

Blockchain.info which uses the imperfect method of IP analysis of relay nodes, reports that today Deepbit is finding 1% of blocks.

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February 06, 2014, 08:51:04 AM
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Does deepbit report which blocks it has mined?  Or is there an API which provides this information?

I can't seem to figure this out looking at their website: https://deepbit.net/stats



They don't do any kind of coinbase signature like most pools do.  They do report their blocks on the website, but as posted a few pages back, the average time for Deepbit to solve a block is now nearly 5 months.

Plus they change their generation address every block. They don't want their blocks identified until after a significant number of shares have been submitted or they'd be too easy to pool hop on proportional payout.

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February 06, 2014, 08:54:18 AM
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Does deepbit report which blocks it has mined?  Or is there an API which provides this information?

I can't seem to figure this out looking at their website: https://deepbit.net/stats



They don't do any kind of coinbase signature like most pools do.  They do report their blocks on the website, but as posted a few pages back, the average time for Deepbit to solve a block is now nearly 5 months.

5 months?  That doesn't seem accurate.

Blockchain.info which uses the imperfect method of IP analysis of relay nodes, reports that today Deepbit is finding 1% of blocks.

The last block was November 28th: https://blockexplorer.com/block/000000000000000094810ade65f4c8e6f830af20f313050109860abe13badedb

If blockchain.info are reporting 1% Deepbit blocks then they are wrong-diddly-ong. Try http://blockorigin.pfoe.be/chart.php instead.

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February 06, 2014, 08:56:26 AM
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"wrong-diddly-ong"   Cheesy

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February 06, 2014, 08:59:16 AM
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"wrong-diddly-ong"   Cheesy

Technical term, sorry.

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February 10, 2014, 10:33:29 PM
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hi i always use bfgminer
and possess 3x USB ASIC ERUPTER
but the following setting does not work:
  -o pit.deepbit.net:8332 -u example@example.xx -p xxxx -S all - icarus-options 115200:1:1 - icarus-timing 3.0 = 100
what is wrong?
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February 11, 2014, 01:14:51 AM
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I arose, the next problem. At withdrawal, transfer to a page where specified that payment proizogla "Your payment was just sent to you.", but with no account and deducted on the statistics page is not specified payment. What could be the problem???
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February 11, 2014, 01:43:22 AM
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Some clarification:

"Please_wait_for_autopayment!" message in most cases is shown when hot wallet is empty or you want to withdraw more than it contains at this moment. Usually hot wallet is refilled daily if empty. If you want to withdraw a substantial amount (tens of BTC), you can e-mail me so I can perform an additional refill for your request.

"Please_wait_2_minutes!" means that you are clicking that button again.

I'm running some maintenance at this moment, so payments may be declined. Normal operation will be resumed tomorrow.

Welcome to my bitcoin mining pool: https://deepbit.net ~ 3600 GH/s, Both payment schemes, instant payout, no invalid blocks !
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February 11, 2014, 01:45:35 AM
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I arose, the next problem. At withdrawal, transfer to a page where specified that payment proizogla "Your payment was just sent to you.", but with no account and deducted on the statistics page is not specified payment. What could be the problem???
If it's not your last payment then you can just enable autopayment and it will be issued automatically when possible.
If it's your last payment or you want to withdraw the entire amount down to sub-cents, then do not rely on autopayment, just try again tomorrow, when it will be fixed.

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February 11, 2014, 06:14:50 AM
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My username is belleck@...  I've also emailed from (gmailaddr) Ragnarohlsson.

So, deepbit you answer questions from others but not me.
It is obvious you are feeling guilt for what you have done..

I login with my username and password and try do initiate a payout to my wallet (note: the wallet is the SAME wallet I used when I registered the account back in 2011 and it is the SAME wallet I've previously done payout to).
The payout page says I need to check my email for confirmation. But.. my email hosting provider has SHUT DOWN, that is COMPLETELY OUT OF MY CONTROL.
Help your customer, fix the email confirmation. You dont have to change the email since I know you cant.

It is a simple issue deepbit, just look at the history in my account:
30.03.2011 10:20 141d9jMvk1BXyLnjQ5rF... 0.05

Just think for a second..
Get the payout going, WTH is the problem?
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February 11, 2014, 12:10:46 PM
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My username is belleck@...  I've also emailed from (gmailaddr) Ragnarohlsson.

I login with my username and password and try do initiate a payout to my wallet (note: the wallet is the SAME wallet I used when I registered the account back in 2011 and it is the SAME wallet I've previously done payout to).
The payout page says I need to check my email for confirmation. But.. my email hosting provider has SHUT DOWN, that is COMPLETELY OUT OF MY CONTROL.
Help your customer, fix the email confirmation. You dont have to change the email since I know you cant.
Problem solved.
Please note that I recommend disabling autopayment in your case because it will only send 1.60 BTC, leaving 0.00661881 there.
Instead you can request a manual payment, copying the entire amount to the request form this evening, when hot wallet will be refilled.

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February 11, 2014, 12:17:53 PM
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I'm running some maintenance at this moment, so payments may be declined. Normal operation will be resumed tomorrow.
While you are at it ... can we expected stratum support any time soon? I am sure this is the main reason for not getting more hashrate to the pool and we will all benefit from that

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February 11, 2014, 11:12:58 PM
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Still can't cash out. Just says please wait.
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February 12, 2014, 12:17:46 AM
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Still can't cash out. Just says please wait.
Yes, additional work is needed because of that "transaction malleability" problem. Sorry for delays, but it's something that should be fixed.
As you may know, MtGox and some bitcoin exchanges also had to temporarily suspend payments until this issue is resolved.

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February 12, 2014, 04:56:00 AM
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Good morning. Problem solved? Today tried to make a payment, please wait.
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