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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 06, 2011, 01:12:18 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.

You only get paid when the pool gets paid for finding a block solution.  So if pool one finds the block with your miner, then the other pool isn't paid.  The only exception is paid per share.  So yes, they are competing, even if it is insignificant (with large pools anyway).

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May 06, 2011, 01:17:53 AM
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All new accounts should pass verifications checks (~2-3 days). Until verification all payments on hold.

About that, I've been mining for a few hours while keeping an eye on the statistics page and at least 20 blocks have passed. Shouldn't the 'unconfirmed bounty' rise or is it that I can't earn anything before my account is verified?
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May 06, 2011, 01:20:49 AM
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All new accounts should pass verifications checks (~2-3 days). Until verification all payments on hold.

About that, I've been mining for a few hours while keeping an eye on the statistics page and at least 20 blocks have passed. Shouldn't the 'unconfirmed bounty' rise or is it that I can't earn anything before my account is verified?

Not until the pool solves a block (that is what they pay you with).

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May 06, 2011, 01:31:40 AM
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All new accounts should pass verifications checks (~2-3 days). Until verification all payments on hold.

About that, I've been mining for a few hours while keeping an eye on the statistics page and at least 20 blocks have passed. Shouldn't the 'unconfirmed bounty' rise or is it that I can't earn anything before my account is verified?

Not until the pool solves a block (that is what they pay you with).

One would think that 3-4 hours would've been plenty. But he really need to fix the statistics page..

Though will it show up before or after the block is confirmed?
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All new accounts should pass verifications checks (~2-3 days). Until verification all payments on hold.

About that, I've been mining for a few hours while keeping an eye on the statistics page and at least 20 blocks have passed. Shouldn't the 'unconfirmed bounty' rise or is it that I can't earn anything before my account is verified?

Not until the pool solves a block (that is what they pay you with).

One would think that 3-4 hours would've been plenty. But he really need to fix the statistics page..

Though will it show up before or after the block is confirmed?

Look at the pool stats page, not yours.  The current round is a long one because nobody in the pool solved a block yet (somebody in another pool or a solo miner found the block solution).  There its more variance in a small pool.  You need to be patient or stick to the large pools.

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May 06, 2011, 02:24:29 AM
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A block was just found, so you should now see unconfirmed reward.  Notice that you get rewards less often, but they are much larger than the large pools (because there are fewer miners to split the reward among).

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May 06, 2011, 03:05:16 AM
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One would think that 3-4 hours would've been plenty. But he really need to fix the statistics page..

Though will it show up before or after the block is confirmed?

Some site pages heavily cached, and user stats not updated in realtime.
If user go to network trough wrong configured proxy (from ISP), in some combination of settings
and used browser user may see outdated data.
Anyway all such glitches do not affect user payouts at all.

Unconfirmed only rises when pool solve block.
Unverified account only mean what pool accumulate money on your account, but do not send to your wallet until your account pass verification.

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May 06, 2011, 03:18:25 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?

Thanks for report, I will test this and fix if found something wrong.
There is only may be problem with caching.

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May 06, 2011, 10:15:19 PM
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dbitcoin, I keep getting connection errors on my end. I don't think it is because of my end though, as I just switched from deepbit and I had no problems there. I'm a sad panda.

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May 06, 2011, 10:55:29 PM
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dbitcoin, I keep getting connection errors on my end. I don't think it is because of my end though, as I just switched from deepbit and I had no problems there. I'm a sad panda.

I have a couple of of these, but nothing beyond that.  Only these two lines, the rest is good in quite awhile.


Listener for "BTCMine": 06/05/2011 17:39:56, long poll exception:
Listener for "BTCMine": 06/05/2011 17:39:58, long poll exception:

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May 07, 2011, 04:45:35 AM
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dbitcoin, I keep getting connection errors on my end. I don't think it is because of my end though, as I just switched from deepbit and I had no problems there. I'm a sad panda.

Your account, Country, ISP, which miner (with version) and error text please.

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May 07, 2011, 04:46:54 AM
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I have a couple of of these, but nothing beyond that.  Only these two lines, the rest is good in quite awhile.
Listener for "BTCMine": 06/05/2011 17:39:56, long poll exception:
Listener for "BTCMine": 06/05/2011 17:39:58, long poll exception:

I just restart updated long poling daemon 2 times Smiley

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May 07, 2011, 06:36:05 AM
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I switch pool to updated bitcoind (short outage, 15 sec no rpc connection).
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May 07, 2011, 07:44:12 AM
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Do you plan on making the login page to btcmine.com TLS (https) anytime soon? I don't know how others feel but it would make me feel better if at least the login page was encrypted. Also how are you storing user passwords. I am not asking for details but with the value of BTC, security should be a top priority with all pool sysops.

Thanks for your service.

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May 07, 2011, 08:38:24 AM
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Do you plan on making the login page to btcmine.com TLS (https) anytime soon? I don't know how others feel but it would make me feel better if at least the login page was encrypted. Also how are you storing user passwords. I am not asking for details but with the value of BTC, security should be a top priority with all pool sysops.

Thanks for your service.

Cheers.

HTTPS in my TODO list.
Account password stored as salted sha1 hash.
Login page protected from brutforce attacks.

p.s. If you tech savvy user, I recommend use secure vpn for all money related services.

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May 07, 2011, 12:54:18 PM
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Do you plan on making the login page to btcmine.com TLS (https) anytime soon? I don't know how others feel but it would make me feel better if at least the login page was encrypted. Also how are you storing user passwords. I am not asking for details but with the value of BTC, security should be a top priority with all pool sysops.

Thanks for your service.

Cheers.

HTTPS in my TODO list.
Account password stored as salted sha1 hash.
Login page protected from brutforce attacks.

p.s. If you tech savvy user, I recommend use secure vpn for all money related services.


Thanks for the reply. I am glad to see you are thinking about it. Yes I am very tech savvy and I will look in to a VPN. Thanks for the suggestion.

My current project related to BTC is working out how to integrate the P2P network on to IPv6. Not much of a challenge tech wise more so on the social side I think. 

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May 08, 2011, 03:24:59 AM
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Hey dbitcoin

Change the Windows instructions for my miner to DiabloMiner-Windows.exe -u your-login@miner-name -p miner-password -o btcmine.com -r 8332 and remove -g 5 from the Linux command line (not only is 5 the default, my miner supports LP).

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May 08, 2011, 04:53:30 AM
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Hey dbitcoin

Change the Windows instructions for my miner to DiabloMiner-Windows.exe -u your-login@miner-name -p miner-password -o btcmine.com -r 8332 and remove -g 5[/-i] from the Linux command line (not only is 5 the default, my miner supports LP).
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May 08, 2011, 07:45:38 AM
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Hey dbitcoin

Change the Windows instructions for my miner to DiabloMiner-Windows.exe -u your-login@miner-name -p miner-password -o btcmine.com -r 8332 and remove -g 5 from the Linux command line (not only is 5 the default, my miner supports LP).
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*cough* You forgot to remove -g 5 from both lines. Wink

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May 08, 2011, 08:21:07 AM
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Hey dbitcoin

Change the Windows instructions for my miner to DiabloMiner-Windows.exe -u your-login@miner-name -p miner-password -o btcmine.com -r 8332 and remove -g 5 from the Linux command line (not only is 5 the default, my miner supports LP).
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*cough* You forgot to remove -g 5 from both lines. Wink

Nope Smiley
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