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March 26, 2011, 11:10:05 AM
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FairUser, my pool (and afaik tycho's too) is accepting sendtomany, so processing of this type transactions is quite fast. I can really recommend it to you, it saves bitcoin network resources a lot. Then it is also reasonable to set up 0.01 fee on it, because payouts are accepted even when network is spammed. Sendmany is able to compress 30 payout transactions into one kB (0.01 fee) so I think it is acceptable.

We've been discussing implementing it. Our only reservation up to this point has been whether or not there are enough early adopters in the network for it to be an effective option.

Thanks for the heads-up. I appreciate it.

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March 26, 2011, 12:38:04 PM
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Hi friendly pool administrators,

Concern over earnings now listed as historical that have not arrived (not even arrived-unconfirmed like the infamous bobsomebody prior).

Evidence linked. Thanks for any help.
http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=2vwit68&s=7
http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=67uww7&s=7

(The unfortunately named,)
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March 26, 2011, 12:40:14 PM
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Also,

http://bitcoinpool.com:8334/

now results in:

405: Method Not Allowed

and the m0mchil-mod? client complaining with:

Problems communicating with bitcoin RPC

Problem for all?
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March 26, 2011, 12:56:27 PM
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Please read thread: 

http://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4291.msg72561#msg72561

Short of it: the entire bitcoin network is being flooded.  Nothing we can do.  Everybody is experiencing this.  Sorry. Sad

Hi friendly pool administrators,

Concern over earnings now listed as historical that have not arrived (not even arrived-unconfirmed like the infamous bobsomebody prior).

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March 26, 2011, 12:57:26 PM
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Also,

http://bitcoinpool.com:8334/

now results in:

405: Method Not Allowed

What miner are you using?
Are you sure you used the correct login/pass?

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March 26, 2011, 01:02:06 PM
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FairUser, my pool (and afaik tycho's too) is accepting sendtomany, so processing of this type transactions is quite fast. I can really recommend it to you, it saves bitcoin network resources a lot. Then it is also reasonable to set up 0.01 fee on it, because payouts are accepted even when network is spammed. Sendmany is able to compress 30 payout transactions into one kB (0.01 fee) so I think it is acceptable.

I've been looking into it today for just a minute. It seems like a far more efficient way to pay miners.
Where is the patch for bitcoind at, or is it in the latest github of bitcoin?

Thanks for looking out.  I hope this crap with the network ends soon.
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March 26, 2011, 01:03:31 PM
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password? d'oh.
*hangs*head*in*shame*
thanks for being so responsive. awesome service.
* iloveniggerdick goes back to mining
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March 26, 2011, 02:51:13 PM
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http://www.bitcoincharts.com/bitcoin/

There are 1492 unconfirmed transactions.

Every one can check in this site whether you have been sent coins or geebus & fairuser cheating you.

Go to the above address & you will see a lot of Date, time,...some numbers....input, output.....
& you can see your unconfirmed bitcoin also.

"Hey are you crazy, how can i see my transactions in this zillions of numbers"-- I can hear that.

Simple, just hit ctrl+f in windows or anything in Linux to search on current webpage, & in the search field, enter the bitcoin address/addresses you put in your profile in the bitcoinpool.com, or you can use the address in the address book of your bitcoin client. I gave a label "bitpool" to the address i gave to bitcoinpool.com, so i don't have to worry from whom i got bitcoins.... & hit enter.

You will be dddddddddddddddirectly taken to your address in the zillions of numbers & address & your address will be in orange.
You can see above your address, it is unconfirmed & also date, time, amount.........many things.

Holy banana.

I know you find it useful, & i am expecting donation from you.
Even after finding it helpful & refuse to donate me make you fart 100 times/ day. Its a curse, i secretly put with this message.
You can see my address in my signature in red.
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March 26, 2011, 03:32:29 PM
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Boom! Block 115151 just confirmed 427 transactions, including all of my pending payouts from this pool. Thanks to whoever mined that block. Smiley

I know this because Tyler knows this.
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March 26, 2011, 04:47:56 PM
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*** QUICK UPDATE ***
  • Fixed a bug in the payment system to process payments payments for blocks at 120 confirmations instead of 121.
  • Changed the system that deactivates accounts to mark an account inactive after 28 days of inactivity, up from 7.

We're still working on fixing payments to reduce the number of transactions and hopefully have them process faster. We'll keep you posted.

The RPC 'sendmany' was added to bitcoin specifically for pool operators and situations like this.


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March 26, 2011, 04:49:03 PM
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Your statistics list blocks 114974 and 114952 as found by your pool. But slush's lists them too.
Are you sure that those blocks are yours ? :)

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March 26, 2011, 06:59:24 PM
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SH@#$%%#%t I got the idle message and lost 4 hours of mining and now says problems communicating with Bitcoin RPC WTF

and cant connect to your site

I can mine with the deepbit pool just fine

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March 26, 2011, 09:10:39 PM
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Boom! Block 115151 just confirmed 427 transactions, including all of my pending payouts from this pool. Thanks to whoever mined that block. Smiley


Yup, same here.
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March 26, 2011, 09:19:08 PM
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Boom! Block 115151 just confirmed 427 transactions, including all of my pending payouts from this pool. Thanks to whoever mined that block. :)
You are welcome :)

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March 26, 2011, 10:12:31 PM
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Your statistics list blocks 114974 and 114952 as found by your pool. But slush's lists them too.
Are you sure that those blocks are yours ? Smiley

Yes, I'm sure because I got paid for it! Smiley 



Check yourself.
Block 114974: http://bitcoinpool.com/block.php?block=114974
Block 114952: http://bitcoinpool.com/block.php?block=114952

If you look at our stats page for the block, you'll see that the payouts match that of "goldy1" (my miners). Note that block 114952 it says I got paid "1.17805453", which if you round up is 1.18, which makes what's in my wallet.

I guess this is that bug in slush's pool he's talked about.  I was on the fence about what truthHurts was saying, but now I'm leaning towards the side that he was probably correct, and it was a bug that exposed what slush is doing to his users. I'm not going to get into that though...that appears to be an entirely separate thread on it's own.

THIS IS WHY WE HAVE FULL STATS OF EACH BLOCK AND WHO GOT PAID HOW MUCH, SO WHEN THIS HAPPENS YOU KNOW WHO'S LYING AND WHO IS NOT! Smiley
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March 26, 2011, 10:13:42 PM
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SH@#$%%#%t I got the idle message and lost 4 hours of mining and now says problems communicating with Bitcoin RPC WTF

and cant connect to your site

I can mine with the deepbit pool just fine

We're still crunching away with 96 active users.  You might want to double check your setup.
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March 26, 2011, 10:27:50 PM
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Yes, I'm sure because I got paid for it! Smiley 
I guess this is that bug in slush's pool he's talked about.

No, the link to BE on my stats page is always correct. I'm pretty sure that those blocks are mine Wink. The block number reported by bitcoind can be wrong in some edge cases, only the block hash is relevant. But who cares if he get paid for block #xxx or #xxx-1 Smiley.

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March 26, 2011, 10:30:10 PM
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Yes, I'm sure because I got paid for it! Smiley 
I guess this is that bug in slush's pool he's talked about.

No, the link to BE on my stats page is always correct. I'm pretty sure that those blocks are mine Wink. The block number reported by bitcoind can be wrong in some edge cases, only the block hash is relevant. But who cares if he get paid for block #xxx or #xxx-1 Smiley.

No Slush, you are wrong.  See my picture, where's yours if you really got it? 
It's important to track this correctly, and you've openly admitted (and it's still visible) that your site seems to have a problem tracking blocks.

Our site tracks blocks just fine with no problems.  Why don't you fix your own site before you try and criticize other people's pool.  Tycho and us don't seem to have the same problems you do.
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March 26, 2011, 10:47:50 PM
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No Slush, you are WRONG!  See my picture, where's yours if you really got it?  Yeah...didn't think so.

Firstly, I don't understand why you're so aggressive, we're just talking about block numbers. I don't say you're lying, I just said that two blocks are mine and that there is known problem with bitcoind Smiley.

Next, I don't see any block number in picture you've posted. How you can be so sure that this payout was from block #114974?

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It's important to track this correctly, and you've openly admitted (and it's still visible) that your site seems to have a problem tracking blocks.

LOL, you're funny. I like your arrogance, especially when I'm ABSOLUTELY sure that I'm right. There is an evidence:

a) Block 114974 has hash 000000000000da97d2ba7ddb5d3c9b48980b92bb12f3926bb0382615853fbaca. This hash was posted by pool user 'jar', I have this hash in my log. I cannot have this hash in _my_ log if one of my miner didn't find it.

b) As you see in block explorer, the bitcoins from generated blocks were transferred to address 1PJnjo4n2Rt5jWTUrCRr4inK2XmFPXqFC7, which is my pool's central wallet. You can check it for example here, it's my pool payout using this address.

c) Block 114974 has no transactions inside, thats because at this time my pool didn't accepted free one because of tx spam problem (pool started accepting fee tx few hours later).


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Our site tracks blocks just fine with no problems.  Why don't you fix your own site before you try and criticize other people's pool.

The bug on my side is well documented and I'm sure THIS is not the case. Please accept that your pool has even bigger problems with tracking the blocks  Cool.

By the way - because of your tone, which was absolutely unnecessary, I want your apologize.

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March 26, 2011, 10:58:33 PM
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Getting RPC error & also can't able to open website bitcoinpool.com.

I think slush pool shows wrong block in the stats page.
Current Bitcoin block#:   115201, but bitcoin client says 115201.
How can one mine a block which is already solved & accepted & showed by client?
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