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Question: What payout model do you prefer?
Classic shared block payout model - 100 (42%)
Score based payout model - 62 (26.1%)
Pay per share payout model - 76 (31.9%)
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May 01, 2011, 02:58:25 AM
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Okay, I get it.  Instead of a infected machine being a zombie spam bot, now it's a zombie bitcoin miner that makes the victim's machine behave erratically, while communicating with a site owned by you.  I can see how that could lead to some bad inferences about you when ISPs see all this weird traffic pointing to your site.

As others have said, I really like the fact that BTCMine is big enough to generate bitcoins, but isn't a huge percent of the overall network.  I'll happily donate as well.
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May 01, 2011, 11:23:13 AM
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Count me in as well  Grin

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May 01, 2011, 03:51:10 PM
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I see the box and I've checked 2%. Nice!

PS: I encourage others to donate as well! We are having a nice little streak here too!

Thank you for your support! Smiley

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May 01, 2011, 06:52:50 PM
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2 % checked in!
But, how does it work? After I clicked Update it's unchecked again?
So it's not continuously donation? Whenever one wants to donate, just check in box and click update?

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May 01, 2011, 07:05:57 PM
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2 % checked in!
But, how does it work? After I clicked Update it's unchecked again?
So it's not continuously donation? Whenever one wants to donate, just check in box and click update?

The box is checked for me oO

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May 01, 2011, 07:23:25 PM
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2 % checked in!
But, how does it work? After I clicked Update it's unchecked again?
So it's not continuously donation? Whenever one wants to donate, just check in box and click update?

The box is checked for me oO

Ok, I will look into that when I get home.
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May 01, 2011, 09:43:35 PM
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I'll gladly donate two percent.  Smiley

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May 02, 2011, 03:47:21 AM
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2 % checked in!
But, how does it work? After I clicked Update it's unchecked again?
So it's not continuously donation? Whenever one wants to donate, just check in box and click update?

The box is checked for me oO

Ok, I will look into that when I get home.


Probably something wrong with your browser or there is some sort of wrong configured proxy.
Check box should stay checked after you hit update.
Try clear your browser cache.

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May 02, 2011, 04:57:31 AM
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Probably something wrong with your browser or there is some sort of wrong configured proxy.
Check box should stay checked after you hit update.
Try clear your browser cache.

Yes, it seems work after clearing cache. Let me know if the pool doesn't receives it Tongue
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May 04, 2011, 05:00:14 AM
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This pool is doing fantastic lately!

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May 04, 2011, 09:03:28 AM
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I got confirmation from my hosting about possible problems resolution (with botnets) and reopen new member registration.
All new accounts should pass verifications checks (~2-3 days). Until verification all payments on hold.

Welcome!  Smiley


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May 05, 2011, 09:57:04 PM
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I got confirmation from my hosting about possible problems resolution (with botnets) and reopen new member registration.
All new accounts should pass verifications checks (~2-3 days). Until verification all payments on hold.

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May 05, 2011, 11:14:42 PM
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I got confirmation from my hosting about possible problems resolution (with botnets) and reopen new member registration.
All new accounts should pass verifications checks (~2-3 days). Until verification all payments on hold.

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So it takes 2-3 days for a new account to be paid?

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May 05, 2011, 11:59:07 PM
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I just switched some of my miners over to BTCmine to test it out... the profile page seems to be all sorts of screwed up.

When on the "Miners" tab, depending on what Sort criteria or how many you view per page, you get back all sorts of wonky numbers.

For example, on default selections, without choosing a sort or per page, sometimes all my miners will show up, sometimes they won't... seems completely random.

If I choose 25 per page, a few will show up, but the Shares numbers are all wrong or non-existent.  Choosing 50 per page will usually show all the miners, but again the numbers are inaccurate.  Reloading the page a few times will usually yield different numbers.

Any idea what's going on?

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May 06, 2011, 12:11:45 AM
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I just switched some of my miners over to BTCmine to test it out... the profile page seems to be all sorts of screwed up.

When on the "Miners" tab, depending on what Sort criteria or how many you view per page, you get back all sorts of wonky numbers.

For example, on default selections, without choosing a sort or per page, sometimes all my miners will show up, sometimes they won't... seems completely random.

If I choose 25 per page, a few will show up, but the Shares numbers are all wrong or non-existent.  Choosing 50 per page will usually show all the miners, but again the numbers are inaccurate.  Reloading the page a few times will usually yield different numbers.

Any idea what's going on?

Firefox 4 (maybe earlier versions) does not render it properly.  IE, Chrome and Safari seem to do just fine. 

BTW, moving a few miners over means that your miners are now competing against each other ... FYI.

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May 06, 2011, 12:20:02 AM
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<quote>Firefox 4 (maybe earlier versions) does not render it properly.  IE, Chrome and Safari seem to do just fine.  </quote>

I am using Chrome 10.  So... Chrome isn't doing just fine unfortunately.

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May 06, 2011, 12:22:54 AM
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BTW, moving a few miners over means that your miners are now competing against each other ... FYI.

I don't really see it as competing against each other. I see it as diversification. In the long run it will equal out anyway.

Your miners could potentially be working on the exact same shares and by doing so, they are competing. The chances are small, but not that small over time.  That just means that one pool gets the payout and the other doesn't and in such a case, you lose on the overlapping work.  It is a small percentage to be sure, but it is real, if insignificant.

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May 06, 2011, 12:34:28 AM
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Your miners could potentially be working on the exact same shares and by doing so, they are competing. The chances are small, but not that small over time.  That just means that one pool gets the payout and the other doesn't and in such a case, you lose on the overlapping work.  It is a small percentage to be sure, but it is real, if insignificant.
Actually you can't work on the same shares because at least generation address is different in those pools, not to mention other parameters.

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May 06, 2011, 01:01:48 AM
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Your miners could potentially be working on the exact same shares and by doing so, they are competing. The chances are small, but not that small over time.  That just means that one pool gets the payout and the other doesn't and in such a case, you lose on the overlapping work.  It is a small percentage to be sure, but it is real, if insignificant.
Actually you can't work on the same shares because at least generation address is different in those pools, not to mention other parameters.

Let me put it another way.  There is a chance that the miners are working on the same winning bits in a given block.  If you in one pool, you extend the round in the other.  My point is simple that the miners are competing because they are part of pools that are competing.  Is it significant?  Almost surely not.

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May 06, 2011, 01:06:59 AM
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Nah, they are not competing since in the end they both get paid for the work they have done. It is just another route to get onto the btc network that pays differently, i.e. diversification. If you have two rigs both going solo on the network, or even just two GPU nodes, sure they are competing on the same problem but you are getting paid for both their work eventually .... unless you are a really, really unlucky mofo.

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