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March 05, 2014, 10:19:18 AM
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Blockchain.info is saying 31 blocks in the last 4 days
If you are looking for correct info about the blocks, don't use blockchain.info - http://blockorigin.pfoe.be/blocklist.php is more accurate

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March 05, 2014, 12:13:42 PM
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Blockchain.info is saying 31 blocks in the last 4 days

If 300 GHs found 31 blocks then my 30 GHs would have found 3 block.  I haven't found any blocks.

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March 05, 2014, 09:27:45 PM
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Blockchain.info is saying 31 blocks in the last 4 days

And if you read what I wrote, I addressed that.  Blockchain.info defaults a TON of IPs to Deepbit even though they have absolutely nothing to do with them.  It's because blockchain.info's block assignment system is garbage and makes assumptions based on times where Deepbit used to be 20-40% of the network.

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March 06, 2014, 02:25:47 AM
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What happened to this pool? Why hasn't it been updated to keep up with the latest advancements in pool mining tech - ie like stratum support, etc.


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March 06, 2014, 02:28:55 AM
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What happened to this pool? Why hasn't it been updated to keep up with the latest advancements in pool mining tech - ie like stratum support, etc.



Rumour is nobody knows, not even the owner...

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What happened to this pool? Why hasn't it been updated to keep up with the latest advancements in pool mining tech - ie like stratum support, etc.



Rumour is nobody knows, not even the owner...

lol, what happened to the owner, did he get abducted by aliens? He used to be very active here on the forum and also if I remember things correctly he was trying to get into the bitcoin ASIC business as well (but that project flopped).

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March 06, 2014, 02:59:53 AM
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What happened to this pool? Why hasn't it been updated to keep up with the latest advancements in pool mining tech - ie like stratum support, etc.



Rumour is nobody knows, not even the owner...

lol, what happened to the owner, did he get abducted by aliens? He used to be very active here on the forum and also if I remember things correctly he was trying to get into the bitcoin ASIC business as well (but that project flopped).


They had their opportunity when they were the biggest. The suspicious way the admins repeatedly avoid any discussions about modernising the pool suggested to me ages ago they had no interest in keeping up and are quite happy to let it quietly die off. They made enough BTC from the days it was the biggest and only reliable pool and were charging the highest fees.

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March 06, 2014, 03:08:37 AM
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What happened to this pool? Why hasn't it been updated to keep up with the latest advancements in pool mining tech - ie like stratum support, etc.



Rumour is nobody knows, not even the owner...

lol, what happened to the owner, did he get abducted by aliens? He used to be very active here on the forum and also if I remember things correctly he was trying to get into the bitcoin ASIC business as well (but that project flopped).


You can probably find him here.

https://icbit.se/

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March 06, 2014, 03:40:39 AM
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What happened to this pool? Why hasn't it been updated to keep up with the latest advancements in pool mining tech - ie like stratum support, etc.



Rumour is nobody knows, not even the owner...

lol, what happened to the owner, did he get abducted by aliens? He used to be very active here on the forum and also if I remember things correctly he was trying to get into the bitcoin ASIC business as well (but that project flopped).


They had their opportunity when they were the biggest. The suspicious way the admins repeatedly avoid any discussions about modernising the pool suggested to me ages ago they had no interest in keeping up and are quite happy to let it quietly die off. They made enough BTC from the days it was the biggest and only reliable pool and were charging the highest fees.

It is still unclear why kill a business, that can bring much more dividends or can be sold for a lot of money.
To me it is like killing the goose that lays the golden eggs.

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March 06, 2014, 04:42:03 AM
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It is still unclear why kill a business, that can bring much more dividends or can be sold for a lot of money.
To me it is like killing the goose that lays the golden eggs.
I'm not entirely sure why either. Historically when this pool was bigger, changes were always very hard to come by and it was very conservative in adopting them, which of course did actually add to its stability since everything worked - but they were the last to adopt change. Heck they didn't even have ntime-roll support for the longest time, relying on sheer brute force of generating unique work items for each miner based on the vast amount of server power they had thrown at it, which no one else could afford at the time. Once pools started to move to stratum, there was no sign this pool was going to join in, and then about 6 months after the first ASICs appeared and every serious remaining pool was using stratum, Tycho briefly asked a question about stratum implementation on the stratum thread which was the only sign he was interested, but it never eventuated. By that time this pool had become nigh on irrelevant and perhaps they assumed the stratum thing wouldn't be required, or that multi-TH machines wouldn't exist or whatever, but that proved wrong.  Perhaps by that time the mega amounts of BTC they'd accumulated made the prospect of having to refashion the pool and maintain a whole new infrastructure proved uninteresting as a "job" for lesser rewards than they'd already made.

You'll note they skilfully address any actual issues with the pool, responding eventually to support queries, but continuing avoiding responding to any of these discussions or desperate pleas for modernising the pool. The smug way they responded to people almost demanding they upgrade or charge lower fees slowly stopped new members from joining and existing members were forced to move on.  I originally watched that behaviour in amusement and never said anything, but it has been over a year since ASICs hit and the pattern has been steadfast. Perhaps more notable members of the community speaking up will make them respond... or not.

I might also add, a lot of the pool hashrate used to be coming from Russia and China and were probably "deals" which are irrelevant today.

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March 06, 2014, 07:48:00 AM
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Height                           Time                           Hash
288996 (Main Chain)   2014-03-05 06:16:05   0000000000000000de114b141373a646c23c36d92e27f1de2ed8625991c1a394
288993 (Main Chain)   2014-03-05 05:52:45   0000000000000000c9a191f24506c7eaa5b8a61732d24af080f1ffdd79e0773d
288986 (Main Chain)   2014-03-05 04:44:59   000000000000000079ebf3e5ab61fd9dbe7cf071992f2bb1116696bc912ce12a
288975 (Main Chain)   2014-03-05 03:02:44   000000000000000047324473922cdda50447afb7a5313580d5820cae4ba64d96
288969 (Main Chain)   2014-03-05 02:28:56   0000000000000000ff716be4783bad40d1f9ba7d0df4cba0060ec0eda6d12ddd
288948 (Main Chain)   2014-03-04 23:50:08   0000000000000000d0c05ccfaf95855a2fcf738cf3f68a3e4a5d63cfd7d033d2
288933 (Main Chain)   2014-03-04 21:16:40   00000000000000009ee0846f21ba98c7e673b61d201aff53c402a5f97dd974bd
288897 (Main Chain)   2014-03-04 16:56:06   0000000000000000b99167fa3c81daa73df39636a869a7d0219bff9685ef8935
288891 (Main Chain)   2014-03-04 15:53:36   00000000000000006a339ac1bc866fe6a4742b7746d2c81ca5dc7d3cf2417cc4
288883 (Main Chain)   2014-03-04 13:42:36   0000000000000000a16f7e6949720b69edc5020b9dd6b7999ce176c6cd7b5dc0
288877 (Main Chain)   2014-03-04 13:01:07   000000000000000057dd14599b7dd72ece3d8fdef5b08e9a2f6af2a4cb250bec
288873 (Main Chain)   2014-03-04 12:50:29   00000000000000003aa4da7cd7ece30386132a2afff2601d339a4d457a347ed7
288872 (Main Chain)   2014-03-04 12:45:40   0000000000000000cd5e15686bbfcf77f6a15abbca72370a078833e02de9be13
288867 (Main Chain)   2014-03-04 11:54:47   000000000000000113e9b2009d588f415bb848c15bf9b820290a6f760340282e
288858 (Main Chain)   2014-03-04 09:59:42   00000000000000008d89937f0809393f1484a82024c7a16c4e4fb4f25b6b83ed
288855 (Main Chain)   2014-03-04 09:28:11   00000000000000002aef903b8b01108a0fc35d5fb0bbc97cd340067ac1e2d925
288852 (Main Chain)   2014-03-04 08:52:46   000000000000000108bd369692ea0bcd542dc45d0f2be55db3c58225c5b86716
288838 (Main Chain)   2014-03-04 05:23:59   00000000000000007cda10907e033ad4223e8f97bb2ccf7ae8d9a0a5d576d963
288831 (Main Chain)   2014-03-04 04:22:38   0000000000000000e9f1702504d5bc0bd225837cf45b9b0ba3f143bd1ec0b8cd
288814 (Main Chain)   2014-03-04 02:09:17   00000000000000008fda75f954993bd18c69529d08baf8d79f50d3ccdd287eba
288798 (Main Chain)   2014-03-03 23:45:21   0000000000000000a7865a81fde83a3f8c590697ce89aacb3a7c860d78b140d0
288797 (Main Chain)   2014-03-03 23:48:12   00000000000000002fdf7d96c5f0b5dc5bc1340aeb734a3e73aa0d7715687d57
288794 (Main Chain)   2014-03-03 23:03:28   0000000000000000c392e631c460b22cfbeadabb9d3cff649a3beaa8db2d60dd
288792 (Main Chain)   2014-03-03 22:57:36   0000000000000000aa46f08be4843c93257e9ce90eb2f1109cd1d6f6c8e43304
288744 (Main Chain)   2014-03-03 14:05:14   0000000000000000cc414953338080b7941c8afe165dc25485c6f5b2afaae663
288726 (Main Chain)   2014-03-03 10:47:09   00000000000000011ce9b0fbcca85af5bdbb4ed1d2cc8aac0e5c97ddb9a08612
288721 (Main Chain)   2014-03-03 09:58:56   00000000000000008537d7a55240a849df33e3270446d2fa5e6825161ea2be3e
288650 (Main Chain)   2014-03-02 23:14:15   00000000000000005351a7020179a1b8c2bcf71f460c47538d83fcec34e5989c
288649 (Main Chain)   2014-03-02 22:44:35   0000000000000000f7819d55717b91ea404188794bc71a9be5e480336051059b
288595 (Main Chain)   2014-03-02 13:25:00   0000000000000000239dfc074bf8d69d3e71f406f3189e7835ea8955984e4e0b
288446 (Main Chain)   2014-03-01 14:01:54   0000000000000000ef3af8fa7a8e7f86dcf171a7e0075dd926dd5cc638768cff



Blockchain.info is saying 31 blocks in the last 4 days


probably most of those are from my bitcoind node, and i have no clue as to why it was designated as deepbit

it was even Deepbit when 90% of the stuff it got was 50BTC

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March 13, 2014, 10:01:11 PM
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Please_wait_for_autopayment!
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March 16, 2014, 07:48:34 PM
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Hello,

I attempted a withdrawal from deepbit and it's been almost two days. They have left my deepbit account but when I attempt to look up the TXID it says error no such transaction. Where did my coins go?
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March 16, 2014, 08:28:16 PM
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It's never a good sign when the pool op goes dark, and payouts stop working.

I'd personally pull all my miners from deep bit (if I had any on them) until this situation is resolved.

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March 22, 2014, 11:32:47 PM
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I have 0.88 BTC in my DeepBit account that I'm unable to withdraw.
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April 19, 2014, 04:27:04 AM
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Same here, I am stuck with 0.26 BTC. Could anyone get any payouts recently?

EDIT: I have just received my payment, thanks a lot!
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April 27, 2014, 09:45:57 PM
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When I am mining using the deepbit pool it doesn't update my balance on the website. How do I fix this? Huh Huh Huh Huh Angry Angry Angry Angry

http://i.imgur.com/4JalPQ3.png

http://i.imgur.com/sV7aWQa.png

I'm using pay per share.

If you look in the right or left hand corner of the picture it says I'm posting way after but I still have the same problem.
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April 28, 2014, 12:47:32 AM
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When I am mining using the deepbit pool it doesn't update my balance on the website. How do I fix this? Huh Huh Huh Huh Angry Angry Angry Angry





I'm using pay per share.

If you look in the right or left hand corner of the picture it says I'm posting way after but I still have the same problem.

Am I reading the CGMiner output correctly - you have a hashrate measured in Mhps? In that case you'll earn so little that it will indeed seem as if it's not updating. At the moment I think you'd earn something like 70 satoshi per day.

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April 28, 2014, 01:14:20 AM
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Never mind I fixed it
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It seems like total hash rate is about 440 ghash last time i checked. OP might want to update topic to reflect this?
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