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September 05, 2011, 07:55:49 AM
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Hello,  

I have created http://allchains.info which contains  block information taken from all fork chains,  current bid/ask prices taken from exchanges, profit/break-even points of forks compared to mining bitcoin at current difficulties, total speed of each chain, and what the next difficulty will be (and when it will change).

Let me know if you think of something else you would like to see there.  I hope that it is useful.  I will be on top of any new forks that come out and have their information up on day one.

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September 05, 2011, 08:12:22 AM
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Bad Ass! I bookmarked this on the tool bar. Good stuff.
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September 05, 2011, 04:54:33 PM
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SolidCoin difficulty is incorrect.

Your website shows 8336 and says that the next update is in 0d 1hr 49m 59s and should be approximately 4547 at that time.

Currently SolidCoin.exe getdifficulty returns 4730.80785762

Up to now I've not noticed any inaccuracies and think that this one page has tons of useful info.  Smiley

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September 05, 2011, 05:10:54 PM
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SolidCoin difficulty is incorrect.

Your website shows 8336 and says that the next update is in 0d 1hr 49m 59s and should be approximately 4547 at that time.

Currently SolidCoin.exe getdifficulty returns 4730.80785762

Up to now I've not noticed any inaccuracies and think that this one page has tons of useful info.  Smiley

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Apparently they had to reboot last night.  Today I will create the watchdog scripts and save/restore state so this wont affect things in the future.  If there is a problem like that, always check the update time at the top to make sure the information is current.

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September 06, 2011, 05:41:28 AM
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What just happened to Allcoins.info?  It was working one minute and then I hit F5 and get a Godaddy landing page.

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What just happened to Allcoins.info?  It was working one minute and then I hit F5 and get a Godaddy landing page.

Same here Sad

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September 06, 2011, 05:55:23 AM
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Looks like it's back up!

Edit: I didn't see the TINY red message at the top.  The site looks like it was built for 640x480 or mobile devices.  I recommend building it for modern equipment, ie. 1024 wide at the minimum, with larger fonts.  That tiny red text gets lost on 1920 wide screens Smiley

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Bravo! Well done.

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$21.19 ?  What are you running, VPS?

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September 08, 2011, 02:52:52 AM
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Sent you a small donation

Thank you sir.  They are greatly appreciated.

Please post any ideas you have.  I will be expanding.  So far the ideas on the table are: create a profit trend graph for each fork to see how it stacks up to btc over time... and  create an aggregated small font market that shows buy/sell data for all forks on one page.

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September 09, 2011, 07:18:21 PM
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I am forgoing my usual contribution to you today.  Too many errors in your tables.  Sad

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September 11, 2011, 05:09:53 AM
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I am forgoing my usual contribution to you today.  Too many errors in your tables.  Sad

The difficulty was lagging behind because of one accidentally deleted line in my script.  I consolidated all 5 chain's difficulty scripts into one to make it easier to manage.  Sorry, its fixed now and should work properly.  If you let me know if something is off in irc I will immediately check into it.

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Could you add "GeistGeld" to the website? Smiley

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September 11, 2011, 04:54:48 PM
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Could you add "GeistGeld" to the website? Smiley

After reading about GeistGeld,  I definitely do not want to run that on my main server.  I can look into running it in a vm at home and auto uploading stats.  I will read about it more first.  Thanks for the heads up.  Typically I only want to track coins that have an exchange available but maybe I can make a second page to give stats on this type of fork.

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September 11, 2011, 10:24:34 PM
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Hello,  

I have created http://allchains.info which contains  block information taken from the 5 clients (btc, nmc, ixc, i0c, sc), current bid/ask prices taken from exchanges, profit/break-even points of forks compared to mining bitcoin at current difficulties, total speed of each chain, and what the next difficulty will be (and when it will change).

Let me know if you think of something else you would like to see there.  I hope that it is useful.  I will be on top of any new forks that come out and have their information up on day one.


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1. Provide an RSS feed to push out changes when a fork becomes the most profitable. (Created, determining what information will be most useful to push.)
2. Start logging data for future graphs (fork profit compared to btc over time..)
3. Determine what types of graphs will be useful to each audience.
4. Create a 'mobile' version for each fork that gives the data in a concise list for people who have cheap crappy cell phones (like me) that have no resolution.

Please provide feedback here or in irc if you have comments on my current work in progress or other ideas.

Very helpful site.

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September 15, 2011, 12:14:06 PM
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Great site!

I'm visiting it 50 times a day Smiley

Instead of donation I've added link to your page at main info area in Coinotroin.com.

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September 15, 2011, 07:54:45 PM
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Great site!

I'm visiting it 50 times a day Smiley

Instead of donation I've added link to your page at main info area in Coinotroin.com.


Cool cool, glad it gets some use.  Do you have any suggestions for more info you would like to see?   I am thinking about adding total chain speed over the last "n" blocks instead of the current which is the total speed for the cycle.

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Cool cool, glad it gets some use.  Do you have any suggestions for more info you would like to see?   I am thinking about adding total chain speed over the last "n" blocks instead of the current which is the total speed for the cycle.

I'm totally happy with current version Smiley
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I know. Charts. I can't find good charts for alternate coins. And for bitcoin as well.
Here is my favorite tool (you must instal java) ISPAG
http://www.wdsoftware.com/free-stock-charts.php

Well I don't touch java, but I will look into using R or graphviz to create some charts.  Smiley

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Love the site!  I do believe that Ixcoin is readjusting difficulty at 144 blocks now.  https://ixcoin.org/wiki/index.php?title=Difficulty
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September 16, 2011, 08:18:05 PM
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Love the site!  I do believe that Ixcoin is readjusting difficulty at 144 blocks now.  https://ixcoin.org/wiki/index.php?title=Difficulty

Thanks for the heads up, should be right now.

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Love the site!  I do believe that Ixcoin is readjusting difficulty at 144 blocks now.  https://ixcoin.org/wiki/index.php?title=Difficulty

Thanks for the heads up, should be right now.

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Dropping ixc and sc from the stats page to make room for TBX and sc2 (lol).  Please let me know if this is a problem for anyone.  The hashrate on those are almost non existent.

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Dropping ixc and sc from the stats page to make room for TBX and sc2 (lol).  Please let me know if this is a problem for anyone.  The hashrate on those are almost non existent.
I'll donate some BTC if you keep ixc until the end of the month when my exchange closes completely. It's useful to see the hashrate to diagnose issues with withdrawals not going through.

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Well your title and domain is all chains so you would think all the chains are there by that and I fail to see how a couple of rows extra are going to leave you cramped for space on the page, its your site but I would say leave them there for complete picture of the chains out there at the moment. And why no Fairbrix?
Each running daemon takes quite a bit of memory. The more chains the site supports the more memory it'd need. The bitcoin daemon on one of my sites is 1GB of memory. The namecoin daemon is 400MB. I can't imagine how cramped it must be on allchains.info fitting all those chains.

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Each fork takes ~184 to 240 meg of ram on the server.  If nobody is using it, and there are no pools, and no exchanges... I don't really consider it a fork anymore...   I see your point though.  I will look into hosting the clients on other machines and sending in remote updates to get back to "all chains" if others share your opinion.  Right now i think I should optimize resources to what people use most.

Thanks for the input.

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No problem, will do.

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Each fork takes ~184 to 240 meg of ram on the server.  If nobody is using it, and there are no pools, and no exchanges... I don't really consider it a fork anymore...   I see your point though.  I will look into hosting the clients on other machines and sending in remote updates to get back to "all chains" if others share your opinion.  Right now i think I should optimize resources to what people use most.

Thanks for the input.

You could probably reduce memory usage a bit by using a dynamically linked version of multicoin for those chain it can support. You probably could also reduce memory usage a decent amount by changing bdb flags at the expensive of speed, which for this use would not matter too much.
 

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I ordered a second server, so I should have fairbrix up tomorrow night, and be ready for SC stats as well.

Please post any suggestions here.. I never get suggestions on how to improve allchains.info Sad    

EDIT: Fairbrix is up.

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Solidcoin 2 info is up.

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Any chance for profitability for the CPU coins, compared against TBX?

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Sp0tter, thanks for adding Litecoin. One suggestion I have is can you add the difficulty column in the second table? Not sure why it's in the market table. That way coins without an exchange will also show current difficulty.

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October 13, 2011, 06:44:59 AM
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Badass.  Already estimated this from the litecoind getinfo, but nice to see it chart form.  In another 4-5 hours we should see a truer picture of the real litecoin hash rate.  Wouldn't be surprised to see it pass tenebrix at that point.

As long as no exchange shows up for at least a week or two it's looking pretty darn good!  Some pool love soon would be awesome though.


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Sp0tter, thanks for adding Litecoin. One suggestion I have is can you add the difficulty column in the second table? Not sure why it's in the market table. That way coins without an exchange will also show current difficulty.

Makes perfect sense, changing it now.

Edit: complete

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Any chance for profitability for the CPU coins, compared against TBX?

I can definitely look into adding a comparison like that.  I am not quite sure how i want to split up the cpu coins, i just wanted to get them all there and on the front page for now so its available Smiley

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this is a great site, really useful, thanks.

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you weren't on IRC, but I've added ltc support to simplecoin.us

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Dropping FBX from allchains in 1 day since it is unmaintained and has no hashes...    speak now or forever hold your peace if you have a good reason for continued tracking of the FBX chain  Smiley

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you weren't on IRC, but I've added ltc support to simplecoin.us

Ok, I will update that next iteration.

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Can you add the cycle time to the Cycle column for those chains that have time-dependent cycles?

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Dropping FBX from allchains in 1 day since it is unmaintained and has no hashes...    speak now or forever hold your peace if you have a good reason for continued tracking of the FBX chain  Smiley

I don't see a reason to drop it.
If difficulty (ever) goes down, people jump on it again.
And it's still trading (very low) at BTC-E.com.

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Dropping FBX from allchains in 1 day since it is unmaintained and has no hashes...    speak now or forever hold your peace if you have a good reason for continued tracking of the FBX chain  Smiley

There were 12 trades today alone already.

I think you should put it back up it trades at btc-e and it also has blocks found,

http://blockexplorer.sytes.net/chain/Fairbrix

I don't care about it, but I do follow all the chains daily on your site.  The difficulty/hashes is low because it is cpu mined.
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Why don't you drop SC they way CH dropped you out of IRC night?
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Can you add the cycle time to the Cycle column for those chains that have time-dependent cycles?

I think what you mean is the  target block time *times* blocks per cycle?  No chain actually changes based on the physical time only, it always changes on the block count, then adjusts diff hoping next time that will happen after   target block time *times* blocks per cycle?.  Sure, if i can make a space I will add that Smiley   Thank you for your suggestion.

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Dropping FBX from allchains in 1 day since it is unmaintained and has no hashes...    speak now or forever hold your peace if you have a good reason for continued tracking of the FBX chain  Smiley

I don't see a reason to drop it.
If difficulty (ever) goes down, people jump on it again.
And it's still trading (very low) at BTC-E.com.


The reason to drop anything, is to free resources.  For each chain running that's less ram available for running other chains, and reading in giant log files for graphs, etc...    if trades pick up on btc-e, i will add it back.  For now I am going to try keeping it off for a week.  As far as I know, the maintainer Colbee has moved to LTC, so it's really just a loose chain in the wild, similar to i0c which is unsupported.

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Why don't you drop SC they way CH dropped you out of IRC night?


 I maintain some SC stats for people who enjoy them, not going to drop them just because i'm banned from #solidcoin.   Smiley     If  SC is still going in 2 weeks,  I will set up the diff estimates for it.

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what about RUC? i don't see it Wink

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Can you add the cycle time to the Cycle column for those chains that have time-dependent cycles?

I think what you mean is the  target block time *times* blocks per cycle?  No chain actually changes based on the physical time only, it always changes on the block count, then adjusts diff hoping next time that will happen after   target block time *times* blocks per cycle?.  Sure, if i can make a space I will add that Smiley   Thank you for your suggestion.

Target block time (blocks/hr) would be great too!  I was under the impression that some chains had absolute time schedules between retargets (ie. retarget at n blocks OR xx:xx:xx since last retarget).  I stand corrected if that's not the case Smiley

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@Sp0tter,

Why don't you drop SC they way CH dropped you out of IRC night?


 I maintain some SC stats for people who enjoy them, not going to drop them just because i'm banned from #solidcoin.   Smiley     If  SC is still going in 2 weeks,  I will set up the diff estimates for it.


For the record, banning me I sorta understand as I am a well SC hater, but banning you in the manner he did for you simply calling him out on his arrogance, was pathetic.
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My understanding of the way it does merged mining make me believe that the Eligius pool is mining NMCs at the same hash rate as it is mining BTCs.
It might be the same for other pools that do merged mining.
If that is correct, the hash rate table should reflect that.
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Could you please add coinotron i0c pool to your website? I've updated api, so data for i0c pool is available.
 

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really nice site sp0tter use it often Smiley


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Why did you drop ixc?  The difficulty is 300+
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Sp0tter,  Could you please add coinotron i0c pool to your website? I've updated api, so data for i0c pool is available.

Sure thing, Ahimoth pointed that out in irc last night and its up now.   Smiley

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Why did you drop ixc?  The difficulty is 300+

I dropped coins that are dead and nobody, including me, are interested in (IXC, FBX), or coins that have unstable bitcoind's (SC, creating a zombie per minute when polled often).   I look forward to the next chain to surface  Smiley

If there was a huge interest, I could put ixc/fbx back on... but out of the 300-400 people using allchains daily, I think that ixc was just clutter to them.  I'm not looking to battle with SC's instability, mandatory updates, and crazy reward scheme.. with unpredictable even block times, etc....

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Why did you drop ixc?  The difficulty is 300+

I dropped coins that are dead and nobody, including me, are interested in (IXC, FBX), or coins that have unstable bitcoind's (SC, creating a zombie per minute when polled often).   I look forward to the next chain to surface  Smiley

If there was a huge interest, I could put ixc/fbx back on... but out of the 300-400 people using allchains daily, I think that ixc was just clutter to them.  I'm not looking to battle with SC's instability, mandatory updates, and crazy reward scheme.. with unpredictable even block times, etc....

You should rename it to MostPopularChains.info then Smiley  BTW, I believe Doublec is actively working on Ixcoin, with the timetravel fix at block 140K and merged-mining implemented 5K blocks later.

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BTW, I believe Doublec is actively working on Ixcoin, with the timetravel fix at block 140K and merged-mining implemented 5K blocks later.
I0coin is what I'm actively working on. Ixcoin I provided patches for the timetravel fix and the merged-mining implementation for the coin maintainer (switching on at 40,000 and 45,000 respectively). So far he's done nothing with them so I guess those won't be the actual switchover block times.

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Got another server, added back ixc, fbx, and just the block info for sc...

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ixc seems to have stopped updating. ixcoind crashed?

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ixc seems to have stopped updating. ixcoind crashed?

And SC
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Difficulty for ixcoin has jumped from around 600 to 12,000+ in the last few days. I assume a large pool has started merged mining them. Anyone know which one?

Also, big thanks to Sp0tter for allchains.info. The site has all the info I care about nicely collected on a single page. Bravo!

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Difficulty for ixcoin has jumped from around 600 to 12,000+ in the last few days. I assume a large pool has started merged mining them. Anyone know which one?

Also, big thanks to Sp0tter for allchains.info. The site has all the info I care about nicely collected on a single page. Bravo!

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Please re-list Eligius, it is still a significant chunk of the network's hashing power.

There is no point in penalizing the whole bitcoin and namecoin communities and Eligius' miners by withholding information just because of what Luke-jr did without anybody's permission, and especially without Eligius' miners' permission.
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Please re-list Eligius, it is still a significant chunk of the network's hashing power.

There is no point in penalizing the whole bitcoin and namecoin communities and Eligius' miners by withholding information just because of what Luke-jr did without anybody's permission, and especially without Eligius' miners' permission.


No.

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Major Update!

New scripts in place.  I patched all 8 clients to output directly to the scripts so I no longer have to poll getinfo on the clients.   So after 2016 blocks, all chains should be exactly accurate for diff estimates and chain speed.  (No longer errors due to polling timestamps.)

I will be adding solidcoin back to the page.  I had removed it primarily because it locked up with frequent polling, which is no longer necessary  (not because its super-silly and centralized).

Note: gg estimates are still useless because of its tiny target and cycle length.

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Major Update!

New scripts in place.  I patched all 8 clients to output directly to the scripts so I no longer have to poll getinfo on the clients.   So after 2016 blocks, all chains should be exactly accurate for diff estimates and chain speed.  (No longer errors due to polling timestamps.)

I will be adding solidcoin back to the page.  I had removed it primarily because it locked up with frequent polling, which is no longer necessary  (not because its super-silly and centralized).

Note: gg estimates are still useless because of its tiny target and cycle length.

There is something weird going on with BTC:
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btc    162474    872M    2016    163296    822    0.10%    1250757.75000    4764791.42857    280.95%    1d 11hr 57m 45s
A few hours ago it was rather in the +10%, as far as I remember.

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There is something weird going on with BTC:
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A few hours ago it was rather in the +10%, as far as I remember.

Right, there was also a big giant header at the top of the page that said there will be errors during the update.  And now that header says allow 2016 blocks to pass and then accuracy will be Sp0t on.

See how it says it has measured  %0.10 of blocks?  That means its basing that estimate off only   0.1 * 2016 completed blocks which means nothing.  After a full cycle, it will equal to the elapsed blocks / 2016.

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Right, there was also a big giant header at the top of the page that said there will be errors during the update.  And now that header says allow 2016 blocks to pass and then accuracy will be Sp0t on.
Ah, well I didn't see the first one then (it's gone now), that's why.

See how it says it has measured  %0.10 of blocks?  That means its basing that estimate off only   0.1 * 2016 completed blocks which means nothing.  After a full cycle, it will equal to the elapsed blocks / 2016.
Yeah that's the part I never understood, only about 40% blocks left but only 0.10% measured. That used to happen all the time, even before the update. Well, anyway, no issue then I guess, I thought maybe there was a bug or something...

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Yeah that's the part I never understood, only about 40% blocks left but only 0.10% measured. That used to happen all the time, even before the update. Well, anyway, no issue then I guess, I thought maybe there was a bug or something...

Yea, should all be fixed now.. and save/restore state if i have to restart the scripts ever.

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Hi, can you please add a Price and Difficulty chart for LTC?

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LTC is down.

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LTC is down.

it is still down Sad

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Can you please add market cap to the table?  The calculation is very easy, [total block number] * 50 (BTC/LTC) *[average price in USD].

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There may be some service interruption while I transfer domain registrars today.


Anyone have suggestions on how to make allchains more useful?  Send me a PM or talk to me on irc.

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Just wondering, why don't you list Bitminter?

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My  vps host is reporting a security compromise and possible mass destruction of data....   allchains will be down for a bit.   I can restore from an embarrassingly old backup if the situation does not turn out for the best...  I will give them two days, then find another host and restore.

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My  vps host is reporting a security compromise and possible mass destruction of data....   allchains will be down for a bit.   I can restore from an embarrassingly old backup if the situation does not turn out for the best...  I will give them two days, then find another host and restore.

Too bad, let us know when you get it back up.

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When you do have it back up, think you could add TerraCoin? I'm curious.

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When you do have it back up, think you could add TerraCoin? I'm curious.

I only track coins that many people care about / are actively traded on exchanges now.  It used to be "all chains" because people cared about "all chains".   

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Does anyone have the main.css from allchains in their temp internet files?

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Mostly back up.

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Mostly back up.

sweet Smiley love your site Smiley and i'm with crazy rabbit, the alt coins that seem to have most interest these days are LTC, PPC, NMC, TRC agreed there are a few others out there that i'd be interested in seeing as well but i appreciate it takes time and work to get everything up and running.... tell u what if you add TRC to your site i'll personally donate you 100TRC Smiley?? and PPC to add to your site I will donate 1500PPC??

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Mostly back up.
Thanks for getting this back up.  It would be cool if everybody that checks allchains frequently could send a donation.

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Need to fix btc calculator, its still at 50.

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Also need to fix LTC; It's way behind the actual chain.
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Also need to fix LTC; It's way behind the actual chain.

Fixed.  Thanks for the heads up.

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Spotter love your work. Just wondering why you don't have any advertisements on your page? Something like what clarkmoody has with colour adds for crypto businesses around the sides would look good.

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Thanks to those who have donated and helped allchains pay the server bill for January and February Smiley

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Any possibility of updating LTC pools to remove pools that are no longer mining and add give-me-ltc.com and wemineltc.com please? (:

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Still probably my favorite website for a quick ltc/btc info reference.

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Still probably my favorite website for a quick ltc/btc info reference.

Yep, especially the estimated network difficulty changes.
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I like the site. 

I noticed that the LTC difficulty estimate is jumping around.  Are you by chance only basing it on the time for the last block rather than a rolling average?

This one shows -19.35%.  A few minutes earlier it was +38%...

btc  239719  8.71G  2016  239904  185  90.82%  12153412.00  15428597.34  26.95%  1d 0hr 17m 16s 
nmc  114171  1.13G  2016  114912  741  63.24%  2932635.36  2994885.92  2.12%  5d 0hr 55m 58s 
ltc  364901  1.69G  2016  366912  2011  0.25%  604.60  487.58  -19.35%  4d 7hr 54m 6s 
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Me likey

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I noticed that the LTC difficulty estimate is jumping around.  Are you by chance only basing it on the time for the last block rather than a rolling average?

This one shows -19.35%.  A few minutes earlier it was +38%...

btc  239719  8.71G  2016  239904  185  90.82%  12153412.00  15428597.34  26.95%  1d 0hr 17m 16s  
nmc  114171  1.13G  2016  114912  741  63.24%  2932635.36  2994885.92  2.12%  5d 0hr 55m 58s  
ltc  364901  1.69G  2016  366912  2011  0.25%  604.60  487.58  -19.35%  4d 7hr 54m 6s  

I do not use last block or a rolling average.  I use the exact calcluation since last diff change.  So if you notice that 0.25% in your LTC row that is saying that the measurement at that moment is only based off 0.25 * 2016 blocks.  The estimate gets more accurate as more blocks are found.  The result is that toward the end it should be more accurate than someone using a rolling block window,

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Great site; I use it daily. Can you add Bitstamp's spot price, and perhaps a weighted average a la bitcoinaverage.com?

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Updated the calc from Mh/s to Gh/s and added an extra decimal on the coins per day on the calc page.  Thanks superfastk for this suggestion.

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Where can I find difficulty update on all coins ?

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September 01, 2013, 08:12:55 PM
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I use AllChains quite a bit, great resource.


I'd like to make a request to support Feathercoin:


** Market **

FTC/BTC - BTC-e
FTC/USD - https://www.crypto-trade.com/api/1/ticker/ftc_usd


** Difficulty **

http://www.feathercoin.com/netstats/


** Hash Rates **

FTC is supported on Coinotron


Thank you for the consideration.


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I use AllChains quite a bit, great resource.


I'd like to make a request to support Feathercoin:


** Market **

FTC/BTC - BTC-e
FTC/USD - https://www.crypto-trade.com/api/1/ticker/ftc_usd


** Difficulty **

http://www.feathercoin.com/netstats/


** Hash Rates **

FTC is supported on Coinotron


Thank you for the consideration.

I second this motion. It would be nice to have data (of FTC/USD especially) easily available from allchains.

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I agree... adding Feathercoin will help a lot of us out and will definitely get you a bunch more hits per day Wink

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can i get difficulty update on other coins besides ltc btc nmc on allchains ?

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September 02, 2013, 07:41:08 PM
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I believe adding Feathercoin is a very good move they have a very active community of over 12000 people!

Do you believe in supporting Crypto-Commodities show some Love!

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September 02, 2013, 07:52:52 PM
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I use AllChains quite a bit, great resource.


I'd like to make a request to support Feathercoin:


** Market **

FTC/BTC - BTC-e
FTC/USD - https://www.crypto-trade.com/api/1/ticker/ftc_usd


** Difficulty **

http://www.feathercoin.com/netstats/


** Hash Rates **

FTC is supported on Coinotron


Thank you for the consideration.



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September 02, 2013, 08:27:38 PM
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I use AllChains quite a bit, great resource.


I'd like to make a request to support Feathercoin:


** Market **

FTC/BTC - BTC-e
FTC/USD - https://www.crypto-trade.com/api/1/ticker/ftc_usd


** Difficulty **

http://www.feathercoin.com/netstats/


** Hash Rates **

FTC is supported on Coinotron


Thank you for the consideration.



+1 That would be great!

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September 03, 2013, 12:36:48 AM
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I use AllChains quite a bit, great resource.


I'd like to make a request to support Feathercoin:


** Market **

FTC/BTC - BTC-e
FTC/USD - https://www.crypto-trade.com/api/1/ticker/ftc_usd


** Difficulty **

http://www.feathercoin.com/netstats/


** Hash Rates **

FTC is supported on Coinotron


Thank you for the consideration.



This makes so much sense to me. Smiley

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September 07, 2013, 03:26:40 PM
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Feathercoin does not have significant trade volume to make it meaningful...  and I do not support the coins advantages
 
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September 07, 2013, 05:29:11 PM
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Feathercoin does not have significant trade volume to make it meaningful...  and I do not support the coins advantages
 
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"Feathercoin does not have significant trade volume to make it meaningful."

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 "I do not support the coins advantages"

Thank you for the reply, I'll take my support elsewhere.

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September 07, 2013, 07:36:43 PM
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Feathercoin does not have significant trade volume to make it meaningful...  and I do not support the coins advantages
 
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"Feathercoin does not have significant trade volume to make it meaningful."

** Looks at btc-e, looks at NMC, looks at Sp0tter with a puzzled look **


 "I do not support the coins advantages"

Thank you for the reply, I'll take my support elsewhere.

Chance was offered to him, his fault Smiley ... lets move forward (elsewhere)!

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November 11, 2013, 12:15:19 AM
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Sp0tter:

Your allchains.info Difficulty and Hash Rates sections are broken, at least with respect to LTC.

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November 11, 2013, 11:57:32 AM
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Same problem LTC is broken diff is not true Smiley
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November 11, 2013, 07:29:36 PM
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Sp0tter:
Your allchains.info Difficulty and Hash Rates sections are broken, at least with respect to LTC.

It should be fixed now.  I also added the market price for Coinbase for btc.

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November 11, 2013, 10:05:38 PM
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Sp0tter:
Your allchains.info Difficulty and Hash Rates sections are broken, at least with respect to LTC.

It should be fixed now.  I also added the market price for Coinbase for btc.

Thanks very much.
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November 21, 2013, 02:38:05 AM
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Not to be too much of a nuisance, but it looks like the BTC-E feed is broken (and has been for several days).  Undecided
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November 25, 2013, 08:37:30 PM
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Not to be too much of a nuisance, but it looks like the BTC-E feed is broken (and has been for several days).  Undecided

I'll confirm that. What do you think about adding China on there? With some at least basic 1/6 calculation in there.

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December 08, 2013, 09:27:45 AM
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Sp0tter:
Your allchains.info Difficulty and Hash Rates sections are broken, at least with respect to LTC.

It should be fixed now.  I also added the market price for Coinbase for btc.

It seems to be broken again, current diff is 2218 and it still shows 1965

Thanks for your useful page!
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December 08, 2013, 06:56:07 PM
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Sp0tter:
Your allchains.info Difficulty and Hash Rates sections are broken, at least with respect to LTC.

It should be fixed now.  I also added the market price for Coinbase for btc.

It seems to be broken again, current diff is 2218 and it still shows 1965

Thanks for your useful page!

The total Network Hashrate for Litecoin is still way off.. its presently at 79gh and alchains is representing it at 60 gh which hasn't changed in 2 days.. broken??
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December 20, 2013, 02:59:23 AM
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btc-e and coinotron info is not displaying, nice site btw.
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December 21, 2013, 09:24:29 AM
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Please add WDC.

I need to watch this coin in the nice way your website is showing numbers.

tnx.

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December 24, 2013, 09:26:31 AM
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a lot of coins could or should be added, but first to fix the NMC and LTC statistics (which are currently to zero)
but i have the feeling that this very nice site is abandoned?!

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January 01, 2014, 06:10:59 PM
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Fixed the BTC-E price issue.
Looking into adding more coins.

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January 22, 2014, 10:46:55 PM
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Fixed the BTC-E price issue.
Looking into adding more coins.

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January 24, 2014, 09:31:35 PM
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Your new software on LTC isn't updating.


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January 25, 2014, 06:26:24 PM
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Your new software on LTC isn't updating.

Yep, will look into it when I am able.   Before, I had patched the *coind files to output the blocks as they are found to a file which my allchains scripts monitor and update from.  I changed it so that it launches a python script which directly connects to the running allchains scripts.   Anyway.. the point is that eventually there will be a version that auto updates as blocks are found instead of the 2 minute interval... and that I will be able to use the same .patch on all the block chains... and more easily add support new coins.

I want it to be configurable, so a classic allchains for people who don't want more coins, then maybe allchains.info?doge=1?trc=1   or something in the link to choose what coins you want displayed.

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January 26, 2014, 09:40:32 AM
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Hi Sp0tter,
   I am new to cryptocurrency and because they are fascinating, I was trying to understand how they work: How is the total network hashrate calculated? Or this info is stored on the network somewhere (i think not in blockchains but between peers?) . What I initially thought it should be is to 'reverse' it from the difficulty value but some instances shown me that it might not be true?

  Perhaps you can enlightment me?
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January 26, 2014, 07:21:33 PM
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I am new to cryptocurrency and because they are fascinating, I was trying to understand how they work: How is the total network hashrate calculated? Or this info is stored on the network somewhere (i think not in blockchains but between peers?) . What I initially thought it should be is to 'reverse' it from the difficulty value but some instances shown me that it might not be true?

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$total_ghs      =  ($gh_per_share * $cur_diff * ($blocks_elapsed / $sec_elapsed)

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February 14, 2014, 09:32:30 PM
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alexrossi, look at the Measured column.  You will see that because of the work I am doing right now on the server that only a block or two have been measured (a fast block apparently).  It will average out in a few blocks but will not be truely stable for a day or so as I continue to refine how it works.  The goal is to make is easier to add new coins.

edit:
fixed now, boss

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February 16, 2014, 07:31:25 PM
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Ready to add some more scrypt coins.  Any suggestions of the most popular?  Is there even value in listing coins that do a diff adjust every block, or is the block number/current diff something you would just view elsewhere anyway?

Taking suggestions, under active development now.  Thanks Smiley



edit:
I was thinking of a matrix of coins on the left and exchanges across the top and fill in all the prices and compare profit percentage to litecoin.

Also thinking that maybe only the total hashrate of the coin is interesting and the hash rate of pools should just go away completly.

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March 20, 2014, 02:34:35 AM
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The DOGE difficulty and estimated % change are off.
Diff is stuck at 890.21 on the page, and the estimated change incorrectly shows about -75%.
It might have to do with the recent hard fork that DOGE had.

Thanks for the otherwise good & reliable tool!
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March 20, 2014, 03:13:35 PM
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The DOGE difficulty and estimated % change are off.
Diff is stuck at 890.21 on the page, and the estimated change incorrectly shows about -75%.
It might have to do with the recent hard fork that DOGE had.

Thanks for the otherwise good & reliable tool!

There was a hard fork, I need to update and patch the newest Dogecoin build.  It will probably be a  couple days.

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March 20, 2014, 03:24:42 PM
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There was a hard fork, I need to update and patch the newest Dogecoin build.  It will probably be a  couple days.

Great to see that you are still actively supporting this page - since more than 2 ½ years !  Smiley
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March 20, 2014, 03:46:18 PM
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There was a hard fork, I need to update and patch the newest Dogecoin build.  It will probably be a  couple days.

Great to see that you are still actively supporting this page - since more than 2 ½ years !  Smiley


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March 21, 2014, 06:45:49 PM
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Yes the only hardcore Solidcoin and Realsolid groupie to redeem himself!

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I think you must have me confused with someone else friend.

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March 24, 2014, 01:39:33 PM
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LTC "Est Next Difficulty" is stuck for a while now.
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March 30, 2014, 06:47:36 AM
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Missing my favorite site.....when it will come back?

btw....very good work over the last time that you offer this side
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Im watching this, now i know which coin to mine next

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March 30, 2014, 04:08:59 PM
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Missing my favorite site.....when it will come back?

btw....very good work over the last time that you offer this side

Hey, sorry, I have a lot going on right now.  Changing jobs, residence, VPS hosts, etc..  I will post here when everything is back online.  I do not plan to leave it to die or anything Smiley

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April 03, 2014, 12:36:17 PM
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Hey, sorry, I have a lot going on right now.  Changing jobs, residence, VPS hosts, etc..  I will post here when everything is back online.  I do not plan to leave it to die or anything Smiley
Sweet - thanks for the update Sp0tter, looking forward to it being live again... its a great resource.
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