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September 15, 2014, 03:54:48 PM
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coinotron admins, your site is a mess and impossible to use
please clean it up!

for example , where is the qr code to scan in with GA?


noob question but what is "GA'Huh

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September 18, 2014, 11:32:14 AM
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How is it that there are still 200+ miners in doge pool? I think they might be zombie computers mining for someone. What do you think?
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September 19, 2014, 10:07:26 AM
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How is it that there are still 200+ miners in doge pool? I think they might be zombie computers mining for someone. What do you think?

That is a very good question. I was asking myself the same question for the last few days. I hoped that almost instantly all doge miners switch to LTC pool, but it didn't happen. I will probably wait a week more and announce discontinuation of doge alone pool.

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September 22, 2014, 03:45:29 AM
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How is it that there are still 200+ miners in doge pool? I think they might be zombie computers mining for someone. What do you think?

That is a very good question. I was asking myself the same question for the last few days. I hoped that almost instantly all doge miners switch to LTC pool, but it didn't happen. I will probably wait a week more and announce discontinuation of doge alone pool.
Thinking out loud here:
you could announce that you're switching all doge only miners to the ltc instance and do some nat routing on your servers to forward that port to ltc stratum server.

my thought is that those doge miners are possibly ones who refuse to merge mine ltc and doge and will solely mine doge.

Anyway, i have been mining on and off over on your pool, everything is still going well as always, thumbs up coinotron.

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October 21, 2014, 02:12:59 PM
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Yesterday our DOGE pool found very interesting block: 425147. https://dogechain.info/block/672e7d256e37e17f45a8a2b735d2a997819fcd910d3b636d6a93ba02c389506a
Reward for this block is insane: 18,631,163.5237315, while standard block reward is currently 32150 DOGE !
It comes mostly from fees from that transaction: https://dogechain.info/tx/9843a46580d6ad7d9e07a679346f0102e0206201d8490da910ab2d4daf408744

That caused small  issue regarding DOGE balances. For few hours miners balances contained rewards for that block. As a pool operator I have a problem what to do with those coins. I decided not to include them in rewards for block 425147 atm.  

My plan is to wait 2 weeks. If nobody claims a right to those coins I will distribute them between miners who mined block 425147.

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October 21, 2014, 02:28:00 PM
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FYI

DOGE pool availablie on port 3339 will be closed on 2014-10-22. Please switch your miners to LTC and DOGE merged mined pool,  port 3334.

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October 21, 2014, 05:36:37 PM
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Yesterday our DOGE pool found very interesting block: 425147. https://dogechain.info/block/672e7d256e37e17f45a8a2b735d2a997819fcd910d3b636d6a93ba02c389506a
Reward for this block is insane: 18,631,163.5237315, while standard block reward is currently 32150 DOGE !
It comes mostly from fees from that transaction: https://dogechain.info/tx/9843a46580d6ad7d9e07a679346f0102e0206201d8490da910ab2d4daf408744

That caused small  issue regarding DOGE balances. For few hours miners balances contained rewards for that block. As a pool operator I have a problem what to do with those coins. I decided not to include them in rewards for block 425147 atm.  

My plan is to wait 2 weeks. If nobody claims a right to those coins I will distribute them between miners who mined block 425147.


I'm confused as to why you wouldn't automatically give the coins to the people who worked on the block. Don't you normally pay out fees to miners? If so, it seems it would only be fair to continue that practice. Also, how could someone claim a right to those fees that would cause you not to distribute them to the miners?

Also, can anyone explain why fees of that magnitude would be in a block? Do you think it was intentional or a mistake by someone sending? I would think intentional, as anyone with that much DOGE should have a good base of knowledge about how to send, but then I also don't know why someone would do pay a fee like that.

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October 21, 2014, 06:53:44 PM
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Yesterday our DOGE pool found very interesting block: 425147. https://dogechain.info/block/672e7d256e37e17f45a8a2b735d2a997819fcd910d3b636d6a93ba02c389506a
Reward for this block is insane: 18,631,163.5237315, while standard block reward is currently 32150 DOGE !
It comes mostly from fees from that transaction: https://dogechain.info/tx/9843a46580d6ad7d9e07a679346f0102e0206201d8490da910ab2d4daf408744

That caused small  issue regarding DOGE balances. For few hours miners balances contained rewards for that block. As a pool operator I have a problem what to do with those coins. I decided not to include them in rewards for block 425147 atm.  

My plan is to wait 2 weeks. If nobody claims a right to those coins I will distribute them between miners who mined block 425147.


I'm confused as to why you wouldn't automatically give the coins to the people who worked on the block. Don't you normally pay out fees to miners? If so, it seems it would only be fair to continue that practice. Also, how could someone claim a right to those fees that would cause you not to distribute them to the miners?

Also, can anyone explain why fees of that magnitude would be in a block? Do you think it was intentional or a mistake by someone sending? I would think intentional, as anyone with that much DOGE should have a good base of knowledge about how to send, but then I also don't know why someone would do pay a fee like that.

Yes I pay out fees in DOGE pool. But this case is so unusual, it seems to be either mistake or result of some kind of lottery ( which I'm not aware of )
I was totally confused when I found that block, therefore I came up with this idea of waiting 2 weeks.

To claim a right to the coins someone must prove that he owns address from which those coins were sent, i.e. send me some coins using that address.
That should be proof that he had those coins before he send them with this gigantic fee. Correct me if I'm wrong.

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October 21, 2014, 06:57:57 PM
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Yesterday our DOGE pool found very interesting block: 425147. https://dogechain.info/block/672e7d256e37e17f45a8a2b735d2a997819fcd910d3b636d6a93ba02c389506a
Reward for this block is insane: 18,631,163.5237315, while standard block reward is currently 32150 DOGE !
It comes mostly from fees from that transaction: https://dogechain.info/tx/9843a46580d6ad7d9e07a679346f0102e0206201d8490da910ab2d4daf408744

That caused small  issue regarding DOGE balances. For few hours miners balances contained rewards for that block. As a pool operator I have a problem what to do with those coins. I decided not to include them in rewards for block 425147 atm.  

My plan is to wait 2 weeks. If nobody claims a right to those coins I will distribute them between miners who mined block 425147.


I'm confused as to why you wouldn't automatically give the coins to the people who worked on the block. Don't you normally pay out fees to miners? If so, it seems it would only be fair to continue that practice. Also, how could someone claim a right to those fees that would cause you not to distribute them to the miners?

Also, can anyone explain why fees of that magnitude would be in a block? Do you think it was intentional or a mistake by someone sending? I would think intentional, as anyone with that much DOGE should have a good base of knowledge about how to send, but then I also don't know why someone would do pay a fee like that.

Yes I pay out fees in DOGE pool. But this case is so unusual, it seems to be either mistake or result of some kind of lottery ( which I'm not aware of )
I was totally confused when I found that block, therefore I came up with this idea of waiting 2 weeks.

To claim a right to the coins someone must prove that he owns address from which those coins were sent, i.e. send me some coins using that address.
That should be proof that he had those coins before he send them with this gigantic fee. Correct me if I'm wrong.


He could sign a message proving ownership of the address too. But yeah, that seems fair. I was just wondering why you were departing from normal practice. I don't mine doge or ltc currently in your pool (currently only DRK), so it doesn't affect me. I just wanted to make sure you were being fair to your members who do mine doge, but if your plan is to make sure it wasn't an error and then distribute it to your miners as normal, I think that's perfectly reasonable.

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October 21, 2014, 07:05:07 PM
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Yes, that is my plan.

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October 23, 2014, 01:06:48 PM
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Feathercoin 0.8.7.0 released. The NeoScrypt Update.

Our FTC pool will be switched to Neoscrypt mining after block 432000. Please update your wallet and miners. Scrypt miners won't work. Links to miners supporting Neoscrypt you will find on our Help page.

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October 26, 2014, 06:53:06 PM
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FYI

FTC pool is mining using Neoscrypt now.

During transition period:
-payouts are disabled until we are sure that FTC network is stable and not forked.
-all rewards in FTC pool will be calculated in 1% PPLNS mode.

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October 26, 2014, 08:21:43 PM
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Feathercoin 0.8.7.0 released. The NeoScrypt Update.

Our FTC pool will be switched to Neoscrypt mining after block 432000. Please update your wallet and miners. Scrypt miners won't work. Links to miners supporting Neoscrypt you will find on our Help page.

Thanks for the smooth transition! - Already 11mh in your pool. Everything looks good so far Smiley

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October 26, 2014, 08:54:28 PM
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Feathercoin 0.8.7.0 released. The NeoScrypt Update.

Our FTC pool will be switched to Neoscrypt mining after block 432000. Please update your wallet and miners. Scrypt miners won't work. Links to miners supporting Neoscrypt you will find on our Help page.

Thanks for the smooth transition! - Already 11mh in your pool. Everything looks good so far Smiley

Yes. It is like in the good old days. 50% of the network Smiley

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October 27, 2014, 10:35:32 AM
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FTC payouts are enabled.

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October 27, 2014, 05:37:55 PM
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@coinotron admin

Could you please check your gmail? The ftc payout doesn't work.
I've sent the detail via email. Thanks.
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October 27, 2014, 09:09:36 PM
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FTC RBPPS mode is enabled.

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October 28, 2014, 07:11:49 AM
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Hi !

The Feathercoin (FTC) payout doesn't work.

Coin: FTC

Payout address: 6yRCbx9DW7aLGhCceaUTKkoqVDBpJfW8uK

Payout  threshold: 5.0

Unconfirmed rewards: 5.86688743

Confirmed rewards: 46.50706545

Username:Elegor

When I receive my coins ?
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October 28, 2014, 10:41:10 AM
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Hi !

The Feathercoin (FTC) payout doesn't work.

Coin: FTC

Payout address: 6yRCbx9DW7aLGhCceaUTKkoqVDBpJfW8uK

Payout  threshold: 5.0

Unconfirmed rewards: 5.86688743

Confirmed rewards: 46.50706545

Username:Elegor

When I receive my coins ?

Sorry for this. Hot wallet was empty. Right now, payouts are working again.

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October 28, 2014, 10:35:08 PM
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FTW!?

DRK Diff.: 307   Profitability: 1693.02

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