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March 07, 2017, 04:53:56 AM
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I do appreciate you looking into this for me.  I don't think I am confused (but that does happen from time to time Wink)

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The following two debits have no corresponding credit anywhere.

895281    2017-02-27 05:55:37 (UTC)    Debit_AE    Confirmed          n/a    0.13471351
879664    2017-02-25 04:55:44 (UTC)    Debit_AE    Confirmed          n/a    0.01399598


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Here's recent auto exchange transactions I found.

"63457411"   "Credit"   "Auto Exchanged from Monero, Debit Id : 896316"   "0.004402299753598404"   "2017-02-27 12:09:06"
"63457382"   "Credit"   "Auto Exchanged from Monero, Debit Id : 895281"   "0.11062083888452039"   "2017-02-27 12:09:06"
"62087605"   "Credit"   "Auto Exchanged from Monero, Debit Id : 880847"   "0.0009229834891252496"   "2017-02-25 12:05:02"
"62087582"   "Credit"   "Auto Exchanged from Monero, Debit Id : 879664"   "0.012424299741363146"   "2017-02-25 12:05:01"
"61887472"   "Credit"   "Auto Exchanged from Monero, Debit Id : 877744"   "0.0029716696249794433"   "2017-02-25 06:00:10"

You can match each Debit id (879664, 895281) to Credit transactions one by one.


There's no way to filter auto exchanged credits only currently from website.
And I believe it should be quite hard for you to find those transactions in numerous ethereum credit transactions.

I would make better filtering option.
Thanks.

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March 07, 2017, 08:52:06 PM
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The following two debits have no corresponding credit anywhere.

895281    2017-02-27 05:55:37 (UTC)    Debit_AE    Confirmed          n/a    0.13471351
879664    2017-02-25 04:55:44 (UTC)    Debit_AE    Confirmed          n/a    0.01399598


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Here's recent auto exchange transactions I found.

"63457411"   "Credit"   "Auto Exchanged from Monero, Debit Id : 896316"   "0.004402299753598404"   "2017-02-27 12:09:06"
"63457382"   "Credit"   "Auto Exchanged from Monero, Debit Id : 895281"   "0.11062083888452039"   "2017-02-27 12:09:06"
"62087605"   "Credit"   "Auto Exchanged from Monero, Debit Id : 880847"   "0.0009229834891252496"   "2017-02-25 12:05:02"
"62087582"   "Credit"   "Auto Exchanged from Monero, Debit Id : 879664"   "0.012424299741363146"   "2017-02-25 12:05:01"
"61887472"   "Credit"   "Auto Exchanged from Monero, Debit Id : 877744"   "0.0029716696249794433"   "2017-02-25 06:00:10"

You can match each Debit id (879664, 895281) to Credit transactions one by one.


There's no way to filter auto exchanged credits only currently from website.
And I believe it should be quite hard for you to find those transactions in numerous ethereum credit transactions.

I would make better filtering option.
Thanks.

Are you saying that the credits just show as "Credit" not "Credit_AE"? 
They just look like regular credits from mining?

I thought that was what Credit_AE meant. But it appears that credit AE means that a credit has been made to the AE account of a particular currency.

If that's right, the text I wrote was wrong. You should change the text on line 4 of paragraph 3 of your auto-exchange page to read "will appear in the destination wallet with an ordinary Credit transaction"  (because it won't show up as a Credit_AE).

And yes, I do see, in your message, the corresponding credits that I was looking for, so thank you for that. 

Thanks.
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March 08, 2017, 08:10:36 AM
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seems like api doesn't work now.for how long?
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March 08, 2017, 09:22:55 AM
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The following two debits have no corresponding credit anywhere.

895281    2017-02-27 05:55:37 (UTC)    Debit_AE    Confirmed          n/a    0.13471351
879664    2017-02-25 04:55:44 (UTC)    Debit_AE    Confirmed          n/a    0.01399598


bb

Here's recent auto exchange transactions I found.

"63457411"   "Credit"   "Auto Exchanged from Monero, Debit Id : 896316"   "0.004402299753598404"   "2017-02-27 12:09:06"
"63457382"   "Credit"   "Auto Exchanged from Monero, Debit Id : 895281"   "0.11062083888452039"   "2017-02-27 12:09:06"
"62087605"   "Credit"   "Auto Exchanged from Monero, Debit Id : 880847"   "0.0009229834891252496"   "2017-02-25 12:05:02"
"62087582"   "Credit"   "Auto Exchanged from Monero, Debit Id : 879664"   "0.012424299741363146"   "2017-02-25 12:05:01"
"61887472"   "Credit"   "Auto Exchanged from Monero, Debit Id : 877744"   "0.0029716696249794433"   "2017-02-25 06:00:10"

You can match each Debit id (879664, 895281) to Credit transactions one by one.


There's no way to filter auto exchanged credits only currently from website.
And I believe it should be quite hard for you to find those transactions in numerous ethereum credit transactions.

I would make better filtering option.
Thanks.

Are you saying that the credits just show as "Credit" not "Credit_AE"?  
They just look like regular credits from mining?

I thought that was what Credit_AE meant. But it appears that credit AE means that a credit has been made to the AE account of a particular currency.

If that's right, the text I wrote was wrong. You should change the text on line 4 of paragraph 3 of your auto-exchange page to read "will appear in the destination wallet with an ordinary Credit transaction"  (because it won't show up as a Credit_AE).

And yes, I do see, in your message, the corresponding credits that I was looking for, so thank you for that.  

Thanks.

Yeah.
I was a bit busy and my head was not normal when I was checking that text. It looked okay at that time.   Roll Eyes

Actually Credit_AE is "Credited for Auto Exchange". (Meaning these coins are reserved to exchange)

Thanks.

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March 08, 2017, 09:30:24 AM
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seems like api doesn't work now.for how long?

Actually web server migration/upgrade was not intended at all.

About 24 hours ago, Amazon webservice suddenly made huge problem that made server almost broken.
(Maybe it's related to recent Amazon S3 issue)

As some coins are not ready for new instance, it will need more time.
I believe it will be finished within 5 hours.

Mining is well working, Only webserver related wallets are not ready yet.

Sorry for inconvenience.
AWS doesn't reply to my tickets. Quite disappointed with their service now.

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March 08, 2017, 09:48:35 AM
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seems like api doesn't work now.for how long?

Actually web server migration/upgrade was not intended at all.

About 24 hours ago, Amazon webservice suddenly made huge problem that made server almost broken.
(Maybe it's related to recent Amazon S3 issue)

As some coins are not ready for new instance, it will need more time.
I believe it will be finished within 5 hours.

Mining is well working, Only webserver related wallets are not ready yet.

Sorry for inconvenience.
AWS doesn't reply to my tickets. Quite disappointed with their service now.
not a problem.just wanna know that you in pulse=)
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seems like api doesn't work now.for how long?

Actually web server migration/upgrade was not intended at all.

About 24 hours ago, Amazon webservice suddenly made huge problem that made server almost broken.
(Maybe it's related to recent Amazon S3 issue)

As some coins are not ready for new instance, it will need more time.
I believe it will be finished within 5 hours.

Mining is well working, Only webserver related wallets are not ready yet.

Sorry for inconvenience.
AWS doesn't reply to my tickets. Quite disappointed with their service now.

tbh amazon hosting is PoS, sorry you had so much troubles Sad, i recommend you switch over something more professional

BTC - 1B1RBYkzxiTmrbnFe2vj8EaNPSYftW8186 for tips Wink - Please don't PM about sharing my tools, they're not for share.
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March 08, 2017, 11:50:01 AM
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hurrrah!it's working now!wooo hooo!=)
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March 08, 2017, 12:48:23 PM
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aaand it's not=(
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March 08, 2017, 04:33:13 PM
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Yeah.
I was a bit busy and my head was not normal when I was checking that text. It looked okay at that time.   Roll Eyes

Actually Credit_AE is "Credited for Auto Exchange". (Meaning these coins are reserved to exchange)

Thanks.

Ok, thank-you.  I understand and I appreciate your support.
 I understand how it works now, and I can see that it did not lose my exchange, it worked perfectly and it was just that I could not FIND my exchange.
Auto_exchange is a nice feature.

It would be nice to have a filter to find credits from auto exchange.  That part of the transaction log is kind of opaque.  Transparency builds trust.  But I trust it now.
I appreciate your help.

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March 08, 2017, 08:24:37 PM
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When will we be able to retrieve our Bitcoins again ?
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March 09, 2017, 06:24:32 AM
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Hello.

I like this pool, but dont like when any coin pool page not refreshing !!! I try it on Firefox and Edge browsers, no refresh. Very sorry.
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March 09, 2017, 11:58:21 AM
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aaand it's not=(

I believe it's working now. Server migration completed.
Sorry for late. I had real hard times.  Shocked

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March 09, 2017, 12:00:30 PM
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seems like api doesn't work now.for how long?

Actually web server migration/upgrade was not intended at all.

About 24 hours ago, Amazon webservice suddenly made huge problem that made server almost broken.
(Maybe it's related to recent Amazon S3 issue)

As some coins are not ready for new instance, it will need more time.
I believe it will be finished within 5 hours.

Mining is well working, Only webserver related wallets are not ready yet.

Sorry for inconvenience.
AWS doesn't reply to my tickets. Quite disappointed with their service now.

tbh amazon hosting is PoS, sorry you had so much troubles Sad, i recommend you switch over something more professional

I thought AWS is one of the leading cloud company.  Cheesy
What service do you recommend?

I used AWS, Azure, Digitalocean and I prefer Digitalocean the most now.
I actually don't like Azure's over complicated settings and UI.


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March 09, 2017, 12:08:03 PM
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Yeah.
I was a bit busy and my head was not normal when I was checking that text. It looked okay at that time.   Roll Eyes

Actually Credit_AE is "Credited for Auto Exchange". (Meaning these coins are reserved to exchange)

Thanks.

Ok, thank-you.  I understand and I appreciate your support.
 I understand how it works now, and I can see that it did not lose my exchange, it worked perfectly and it was just that I could not FIND my exchange.
Auto_exchange is a nice feature.

It would be nice to have a filter to find credits from auto exchange.  That part of the transaction log is kind of opaque.  Transparency builds trust.  But I trust it now.
I appreciate your help.

bb

Yeah I understand.

FYI, at the time of implementing this feature, I didn't think that miners would like to check their each exchange transactions because there were some multipools out there even don't show exchange status at all. They just paid in BTC.

I'll implement some nice filter for it.
As it would need db scheme change, I will prepare and check every changes carefully. It would need some time.

Thank you for your suggestion.

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March 09, 2017, 12:19:56 PM
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When will we be able to retrieve our Bitcoins again ?

It's available now.
Sorry for inconvenience.

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March 09, 2017, 12:20:51 PM
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Hello.

I like this pool, but dont like when any coin pool page not refreshing !!! I try it on Firefox and Edge browsers, no refresh. Very sorry.

You mean the live update without refresh?
I'll consider it.

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March 09, 2017, 03:32:06 PM
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any ETA on PASC coin pool on MPH ?
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March 09, 2017, 10:05:58 PM
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seems like api doesn't work now.for how long?

Actually web server migration/upgrade was not intended at all.

About 24 hours ago, Amazon webservice suddenly made huge problem that made server almost broken.
(Maybe it's related to recent Amazon S3 issue)

As some coins are not ready for new instance, it will need more time.
I believe it will be finished within 5 hours.

Mining is well working, Only webserver related wallets are not ready yet.

Sorry for inconvenience.
AWS doesn't reply to my tickets. Quite disappointed with their service now.

tbh amazon hosting is PoS, sorry you had so much troubles Sad, i recommend you switch over something more professional

I thought AWS is one of the leading cloud company.  Cheesy
What service do you recommend?

I used AWS, Azure, Digitalocean and I prefer Digitalocean the most now.
I actually don't like Azure's over complicated settings and UI.


AWS is crap.

For dedicated, go with http://www.swiftway.net/ they have awesome support, 5 minute ticket responses.
For VPS go with https://www.linode.com/ also good support and powerful console.
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March 10, 2017, 03:48:25 AM
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any ETA on PASC coin pool on MPH ?

Sorry for late. I was really busy with current server management lately.

I am working on it still.
Not sure when I can provide PASC because it's new coin and have quite different feature that I need to implement on pool side.

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