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Author Topic: [14000Th] Eligius: 0% Fee BTC, 105% PPS NMC, No registration, CPPSRB  (Read 877214 times)
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March 14, 2017, 02:33:06 AM
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At this point it would be somewhat more difficult to go backward, since it would require redoing all servers again.

As mentioned many times, the pool itself is fully functional (as evidenced by our last block), just the front end is not done/working yet.

I'm likely going to just do up a temporary stats front end at the next opportunity just to have some basics available while work is done on the full setup.

I would really appreciate something temporary....  my miner is remote and I don't have remote access to it and I was always checking that stats page daily to make sure it was still mining....  I actually got a slightly bigger miner to replace it but I'm reluctant to because I'm worried about not being able to watch it's stats frequently.  As of right now, unless I'm in the location that my miner is I have no way of knowing what's going on.

Can we get a temporary solution? Or can we get the old system back until the new shiny thing is ready? Surely there is a working copy of the old system available somewhere? What is the current hashrate of the pool? How long to wait for a payout? I am not willing to point my miner to an unknown pool, without any idea how long to wait for a payout.

All of your questions/comments were answered in the quote you included in your own post.
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March 14, 2017, 08:05:29 PM
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All of your questions/comments were answered in the quote you included in your own post.

...Really Huh I fail to see how your post is contributing.
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March 15, 2017, 03:05:30 AM
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...Really Huh I fail to see how your post is contributing.

Allow me to paste it again for you:

At this point it would be somewhat more difficult to go backward, since it would require redoing all servers again.

As mentioned many times, the pool itself is fully functional (as evidenced by our last block), just the front end is not done/working yet.

I'm likely going to just do up a temporary stats front end at the next opportunity just to have some basics available while work is done on the full setup.
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March 15, 2017, 06:00:54 AM
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Another one. Yeh!
https://www.blocktrail.com/BTC/block/0000000000000000024c46468b799f76d446a9eefd0ee0d0970df9416a36e42b
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March 16, 2017, 02:13:23 AM
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...Really Huh I fail to see how your post is contributing.

Allow me to paste it again for you:

At this point it would be somewhat more difficult to go backward, since it would require redoing all servers again.

As mentioned many times, the pool itself is fully functional (as evidenced by our last block), just the front end is not done/working yet.

I'm likely going to just do up a temporary stats front end at the next opportunity just to have some basics available while work is done on the full setup.

Oh yeah, you're right, totally see the answer there about the pool's hash rate and payout period.
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March 16, 2017, 06:04:16 PM
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Hi I had my miners on Eligius, but I removed them recently (1 week ago) since I had no stats.
Its been over a month from my last payment. How can I know when my next payment is coming and what to expect?

Thanks
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March 16, 2017, 06:57:55 PM
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Hi I had my miners on Eligius, but I removed them recently (1 week ago) since I had no stats.
Its been over a month from my last payment. How can I know when my next payment is coming and what to expect?

Thanks

Exactly the problem. I would point mine to eligius without delay with such stats. The longer this goes on the worse it gets (payout frequency).
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March 16, 2017, 08:07:28 PM
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Sorry, I didn't understand. I think you didn't answer my question. Is there anyway to know what my pay out is and when I am going to get it? Thank you!
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March 16, 2017, 09:18:59 PM
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Is there anyway to know what my pay out is and when I am going to get it?

Apparently not as of yet. If this information is critical to you, I might suggest that you mine on a pool with higher fees that can afford to pay a programmer instead of relying on volunteers.    You can either pay the costs of operating the mining pool in BTC or you can pay it in time.  I mine on Eligius because I prefer patiently spending time rather than spending BTC.

The funds for the last 2 solved blocks are still unspent, you can check the wallet yourself:  1LfZEyNADY4A9thHu8rTh6Psd5FecMPgJ8.  When wizkid finishes his 80 hour/week project and gets some spare time to work for us for free, I'm sure he will do a manual payout.

Since it appears wizkid is short on time at the moment, I would expect that responding to posts here about the estimates of the timing of future events would be his last priority behind doing the manual payout and getting the stats page up.

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March 17, 2017, 11:06:03 PM
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So I should feel bad for wanting to know what will happen with one month of mining profits @40GH? Is there any clue on the estimated time of payout? Is there any guarantee that we will get the earnings? What do you mean manual payout? What will happen if he goes on a long vacation after 80h/week of work?
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March 17, 2017, 11:52:10 PM
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So I should feel bad for wanting to know what will happen with one month of mining profits @40GH? Is there any clue on the estimated time of payout? Is there any guarantee that we will get the earnings? What do you mean manual payout? What will happen if he goes on a long vacation after 80h/week of work?
  • Don't feel bad. 
  • Time estimate is after the mentioned job that pool owner is running. 
  • There are no guarantees in bitcoin, however this pool has been an honest one. 
  • The pool owner can do a manual payout even without the stats page working - meaning that you will get paid if you contributed to the solutions of recent rounds. 
  • As WK mentioned in an earlier post, a vacation might actually be a good idea for more time to work on  'side projects' - such as this pool. 
  • If you are new, you are probably not use to the uncertainty of transitional times. If you aren't new, I'm sure you understand.   
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March 17, 2017, 11:54:24 PM
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If you're really worried, you could mine on another pool temporarily. There's nothing saying you have to be monogamous with Eligius. :p

(Not that I have any reason to doubt wizkid057 will make good on everything.)

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March 18, 2017, 12:03:32 AM
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I am not concerned about the future. I am concerned about the past! What will happen to my earnings. We have no clue what is happening. Why could we have the old stats until the new are available!?? I dont doubt anyone I just want some information. We are in the dark here!!!
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March 18, 2017, 12:04:49 AM
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Why could[n't] we have the old stats until the new are available!??
He's not just changing the stats. The pool's reward system changed too. The old stats never supported the new reward system.

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March 18, 2017, 12:22:55 AM
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Thank you for that info. Still we are in the dark.
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March 18, 2017, 07:02:36 AM
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Why could[n't] we have the old stats until the new are available!??
He's not just changing the stats. The pool's reward system changed too. The old stats never supported the new reward system.

Hey Luke, it says Eligius is one of your projects/didn't I read somewhere that you created it?  Could you help out with a temporary stats page if wizkid is too bogged down?  Grin

Do you still have a role on the admin side of this pool. Is it all wizkid now?
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March 18, 2017, 08:13:39 AM
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Why could[n't] we have the old stats until the new are available!??
He's not just changing the stats. The pool's reward system changed too. The old stats never supported the new reward system.

Hey Luke, it says Eligius is one of your projects/didn't I read somewhere that you created it?  Could you help out with a temporary stats page if wizkid is too bogged down?  Grin

Do you still have a role on the admin side of this pool. Is it all wizkid now?
It might be theoretically possible, but I don't know how wizkid057 has changed things since I moved on, and I'm not sure it'd be the best use of my time.
(Keep in mind that when I ran the pool, I never had any web stats at all... that was always contributed by someone else)

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March 18, 2017, 07:27:21 PM
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It might be theoretically possible, but I don't know how wizkid057 has changed things since I moved on, and I'm not sure it'd be the best use of my time.
(Keep in mind that when I ran the pool, I never had any web stats at all... that was always contributed by someone else)
All that is really needed to keep people using the pool is a simple restful web query that returns the number of shares credited to a BTC address as a JSON dict.  That way people would know their work was being counted.

From there, including the total shares owed would I think allow people to compute BTC owed (the number of blocks mined and total BTC paid from eligius can be pulled from the blockchain).  Any other stats that are handy can be included in the JSON dict.  People could contribute scripts that pull the JSON stats and compute and output fancier stats.  Polling on a regular basis allows time graphs - and so on.

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March 21, 2017, 12:03:49 PM
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This blind flight (aka missing stats) is getting annoying.

Also, Eligius doesn't seem to signal SegWit, so it's time for a change.

So long, it was nice for the time it lasted.


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March 21, 2017, 03:36:35 PM
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Why doesn't Eligius signal SegWit? We need answers... What is going on can someone explain! We are mining in the dark here... Even if we switch what happens to our earnings up to this point!!???
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