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Author Topic: [RE-ANN][FCK] ★FCKBANKS REBORN ★(New Devs and team) ★  (Read 80809 times)
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February 25, 2014, 03:45:57 PM
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p2pool.fck.ghash.org:9334 - 1% fee Central Europe P2Pool
cgminer --scrypt -Q 0 -o p2pool.fck.ghash.org:9334 -u PayoutAddress -p xxx

http://dutchpool.org:19334 - 0% fee Netherlands, Europe P2Pool
cgminer --scrypt -Q 0 -o dutchpool.org:19334 -u PayoutAddress -p xxx

Both down.

Yeah, just noticed that both hashattack and liberty-miners are down too.

Is the whole p2pool network down?  How's that possible, I thought that's the whole idea that p2pool cannot be DDoSed.  Bad/rogue node somewhere with an old wallet?

uh.. hashattack and liberty-miners arent down


maybe there was some glitch... hashattack is back on, can connect, but liberty-miners still seems down (actually none of its p2pools show any stats...)

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February 25, 2014, 03:51:00 PM
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p2pool.fck.ghash.org:9334 - 1% fee Central Europe P2Pool
cgminer --scrypt -Q 0 -o p2pool.fck.ghash.org:9334 -u PayoutAddress -p xxx

http://dutchpool.org:19334 - 0% fee Netherlands, Europe P2Pool
cgminer --scrypt -Q 0 -o dutchpool.org:19334 -u PayoutAddress -p xxx

Both down.

Yeah, just noticed that both hashattack and liberty-miners are down too.

Is the whole p2pool network down?  How's that possible, I thought that's the whole idea that p2pool cannot be DDoSed.  Bad/rogue node somewhere with an old wallet?

uh.. hashattack and liberty-miners arent down


maybe there was some glitch... hashattack is back on, can connect, but liberty-miners still seems down (actually none of its p2pools show any stats...)

yup.. looks like liberty-miners all of their p2pool nodes are hosed at the moment... i know they were doing work on it last night/this morning... APPARENTLY NOT VERY WELL Tongue

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February 25, 2014, 03:59:30 PM
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Hashattack is working for me now, no payment after 30 minutes though...

that would be because most people arent mining using p2pool for some reason


Oh, I see... And that's why p2p subsidies have been suspended, I guess?

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February 25, 2014, 04:01:00 PM
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Hashattack is working for me now, no payment after 30 minutes though...

that would be because most people arent mining using p2pool for some reason


Oh, I see... And that's why p2p subsidies have been suspended, I guess?

subsidy went out this morning (or night depending)

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February 25, 2014, 05:40:47 PM
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Hashattack right now has about 100% of all p2pool hashrate (about 2Mh/s) and network rate is >125Mh/s.  p2pool is getting less than a block per hour, used to be almost every block at some point...  oh well

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February 25, 2014, 06:39:04 PM
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Hashattack right now has about 100% of all p2pool hashrate (about 2Mh/s) and network rate is >125Mh/s.  p2pool is getting less than a block per hour, used to be almost every block at some point...  oh well

If only European p2pools were online...

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February 25, 2014, 06:45:35 PM
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Hashattack right now has about 100% of all p2pool hashrate (about 2Mh/s) and network rate is >125Mh/s.  p2pool is getting less than a block per hour, used to be almost every block at some point...  oh well

If only European p2pools were online...
Working on it, dutchpool.org went down yesterday due to a powersurge killing some equipment too, I hope to get it up and running tonight or tomorrow  Grin

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February 25, 2014, 11:08:42 PM
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Hashattack right now has about 100% of all p2pool hashrate (about 2Mh/s) and network rate is >125Mh/s.  p2pool is getting less than a block per hour, used to be almost every block at some point...  oh well

If only European p2pools were online...
Working on it, dutchpool.org went down yesterday due to a powersurge killing some equipment too, I hope to get it up and running tonight or tomorrow  Grin
Finally I got the p2pool for FCK back online at http://dutchpool.org so feel free to connect.

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AGA - BAT - BENJI - BIRD - BTCS - CYCLONE - DON - FCK - FUNK - GUN - KDC - KED - LYC - MARS - MEOW - NYAN - PLC - POP
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February 25, 2014, 11:21:08 PM
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Hashattack right now has about 100% of all p2pool hashrate (about 2Mh/s) and network rate is >125Mh/s.  p2pool is getting less than a block per hour, used to be almost every block at some point...  oh well

If only European p2pools were online...
Working on it, dutchpool.org went down yesterday due to a powersurge killing some equipment too, I hope to get it up and running tonight or tomorrow  Grin
Finally I got the p2pool for FCK back online at http://dutchpool.org so feel free to connect.

Thanks, you rock! Wink

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February 26, 2014, 07:23:48 PM
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Great to see the pools are working nicely again the one that was a bit down that is awesome. I got good news also my blog is back up again so later I will go fix those links on it. I saw a nice wedding photography site takes FCKBANKSCOIN now too so that is really cool. Smiley
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February 26, 2014, 08:39:37 PM
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keep on voting on mintpal-->https://www.mintpal.com/voting
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February 26, 2014, 09:20:56 PM
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keep on voting on mintpal-->https://www.mintpal.com/voting

is there any reason why you guys don't want it on a larger exchange like cryptsy? i don't see the benefit of it being on these small exchanges, unless i'm missing something? (not that i'm selling any)

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February 26, 2014, 10:59:21 PM
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mine SUN guys, fck wont make u money

yolo
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February 26, 2014, 11:25:00 PM
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keep on voting on mintpal-->https://www.mintpal.com/voting

is there any reason why you guys don't want it on a larger exchange like cryptsy? i don't see the benefit of it being on these small exchanges, unless i'm missing something? (not that i'm selling any)

You are totally right, it should be on Cryptsy or Coinex. Although FCK is listed on cryptorush, I see 2 major shortcomings of that exchange, it is static, screens do not auto-refresh which for a trader is a must, second issue is that buy orders can be put in at any price and are fullfilled at that price which is also weird for an exchange.

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February 26, 2014, 11:32:08 PM
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mine SUN guys, fck wont make u money

I'll stick with fck, thanks.  Wink

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February 27, 2014, 01:46:40 AM
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keep on voting on mintpal-->https://www.mintpal.com/voting

is there any reason why you guys don't want it on a larger exchange like cryptsy? i don't see the benefit of it being on these small exchanges, unless i'm missing something? (not that i'm selling any)


I keep voting to keep it closer to the top as another way of promoting interest.  They way the vote can be bought on mintpal (or rigged as one can say) already brought in a couple of questionable and/or brand new coins which seem were only created for quick pump and dump...

Because of this I also don't care that the coin is on xnigma or any other small exchange.  In my mind, having a coin at hundreds of exchanges just dilutes the value (not that healthy competition isn't a good thing and having lower commission than cryptsy also helps).

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February 27, 2014, 03:53:46 AM
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keep on voting on mintpal-->https://www.mintpal.com/voting

is there any reason why you guys don't want it on a larger exchange like cryptsy? i don't see the benefit of it being on these small exchanges, unless i'm missing something? (not that i'm selling any)


I keep voting to keep it closer to the top as another way of promoting interest.  They way the vote can be bought on mintpal (or rigged as one can say) already brought in a couple of questionable and/or brand new coins which seem were only created for quick pump and dump...

Because of this I also don't care that the coin is on xnigma or any other small exchange.  In my mind, having a coin at hundreds of exchanges just dilutes the value (not that healthy competition isn't a good thing and having lower commission than cryptsy also helps).

A huge 1 satoshi buy pool, and a 2 satoshi sell wall as it is kind makes it undilutable at the moment.
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February 27, 2014, 05:05:48 AM
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keep on voting on mintpal-->https://www.mintpal.com/voting

is there any reason why you guys don't want it on a larger exchange like cryptsy? i don't see the benefit of it being on these small exchanges, unless i'm missing something? (not that i'm selling any)


I keep voting to keep it closer to the top as another way of promoting interest.  They way the vote can be bought on mintpal (or rigged as one can say) already brought in a couple of questionable and/or brand new coins which seem were only created for quick pump and dump...

Because of this I also don't care that the coin is on xnigma or any other small exchange.  In my mind, having a coin at hundreds of exchanges just dilutes the value (not that healthy competition isn't a good thing and having lower commission than cryptsy also helps).

voting on those sites that are asking for money seems pretty 'counter productive'
vote with your emails to the exchanges themselves or their twitter accounts if you want something... thats how things get done, not by pressing a 'vote' button, or paying a site for 'extra votes' Tongue

in my opinion the fact that a site like mintpal with basically no volume is getting thousands of dollars of 'votes' is a massive joke.

i'm actually ashamed someone used bribe votes for fckbanks on the votes there, because when we actually do get on it i would have rather done it without any bribe votes



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February 27, 2014, 05:07:42 AM
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keep on voting on mintpal-->https://www.mintpal.com/voting

is there any reason why you guys don't want it on a larger exchange like cryptsy? i don't see the benefit of it being on these small exchanges, unless i'm missing something? (not that i'm selling any)

You are totally right, it should be on Cryptsy or Coinex. Although FCK is listed on cryptorush, I see 2 major shortcomings of that exchange, it is static, screens do not auto-refresh which for a trader is a must, second issue is that buy orders can be put in at any price and are fullfilled at that price which is also weird for an exchange.

if you guys actually *WANT* that you should be fighting *FOR* that.

time to work on the new layout more...


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February 27, 2014, 09:56:17 AM
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keep on voting on mintpal-->https://www.mintpal.com/voting

is there any reason why you guys don't want it on a larger exchange like cryptsy? i don't see the benefit of it being on these small exchanges, unless i'm missing something? (not that i'm selling any)


i just think that cryptsy will never add fck Sad

if i have to choose between  cryptsy and mintpal i will choose cryptsy, off course.
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