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March 16, 2013, 11:31:55 PM
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I'm a small miner on btcguild and I haven't notice any strange income on March 11, but I just donated 1.2. Not for the amount, but for the wish and hope that you'll receive back from that guys what you sent by mistake.

And a message to the guys:
It's not in the real world but in the anonymity when you prove who you really are.
Prove (to yourself) that you are, indeed, Somebody!


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March 17, 2013, 12:29:28 AM
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174292 (99.91%) accepted shares  Cheesy
Definitly the best pool, back when i was on 50btc, I was getting 89-93%

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March 17, 2013, 01:54:07 AM
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174292 (99.91%) accepted shares  Cheesy
Definitly the best pool, back when i was on 50btc, I was getting 89-93%

Just wait until next week when we move back to a 0.8 branch Smiley.  It will reduce the internal window where stales can be created by about 90%, which should restrict stales to less than your latency+50ms (or less).  The 0.7 branch sometimes introduces delays up to 400ms+ at generating new work after a block comes out.  0.8 averaged about 30ms.

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March 17, 2013, 02:16:18 AM
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Yeah what an asshat.  Go ahead and post his/her info.  I'm sure some people on here with some "technical support" would be happy to pay him/her a cyber visit (if not a real visit).  That and just believe in karma.

While i do think the guy is obnoxious, please think twice before releasing his info if you have it.

While he might have a right to keep the coins other people also have a right to ostrasize him.

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March 17, 2013, 05:05:01 AM
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Yeah what an asshat.  Go ahead and post his/her info.  I'm sure some people on here with some "technical support" would be happy to pay him/her a cyber visit (if not a real visit).  That and just believe in karma.

While i do think the guy is obnoxious, please think twice before releasing his info if you have it.

While he might have a right to keep the coins other people also have a right to ostrasize him.

Exactly. In a situation where there is no legal framework, social and moral judgements are all that can be applied. Ostracism is the only recourse to show the community at large that such actions are not welcome.


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March 17, 2013, 05:15:12 AM
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Yeah what an asshat.  Go ahead and post his/her info.  I'm sure some people on here with some "technical support" would be happy to pay him/her a cyber visit (if not a real visit).  That and just believe in karma.

While i do think the guy is obnoxious, please think twice before releasing his info if you have it.

While he might have a right to keep the coins other people also have a right to ostrasize him.

Exactly. In a situation where there is no legal framework, social and moral judgements are all that can be applied. Ostracism is the only recourse to show the community at large that such actions are not welcome.

I just hope he didn't allow them to continue to mine here... Seems like a slap in the face.
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March 17, 2013, 05:45:41 AM
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No worries, the hot wallet wasn't bled out again.  Bitcoind crashed on the payout server (damn old versions!).  Restarting it and pushing through any payouts that got stuck.

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March 17, 2013, 06:04:39 AM
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5 days since emails went out, only one user responding positively, one user responding negatively.  I said I would hold off on the name & shame, but as pointed out in previous posts, there's really no other recourse.  There's no specific legal agreement, and even if there was, most of these users are in a country that wouldn't enforce it, so the best I can do is expose the pseudonyms they used on BTC Guild.

UsernameEmailOverpaid
uuhymuuhym@163.com356 BTC
bigbombbigbom@163.com142 BTC
xxx123259282008@qq.com95 BTC
heley18678989@qq.com94 BTC
splinter1338wrathofbong420@gmail.com94 BTC
vinestport5222@yahoo.com94 BTC
QQ421860256none47 BTC
hq307089667@qq.com47 BTC
NightAssnightass@gmail.com47 BTC
n17r0craxxxxxxxxx@gmail.com46 BTC
cwetalinelectron@stemacbg.com45 BTC
cycotonyroy@wcksoft.com23 BTC
classic729kgvhz@inbox.ru23 BTC
youdamushilll622root1@yahoo.com.cn23 BTC
goodlivinfrank@gmail.com23 BTC


Updated after the post:  For the record, the jerk that sent the email I posted on pastebin was NightAss (nightass@gmail.com).

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March 17, 2013, 06:43:36 AM
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You get some results if you put some of those into google ...

splinter1338: there is an ebay account of the same name

QQ421860256 has quite a lot of hits ...

as does lll622root1 ...

... and of course the other qq accounts ...

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March 17, 2013, 07:29:31 AM
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Eleuthria, if you need me to translate your email into Chinese for some of those in the shame list, please let me know.Smiley

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March 17, 2013, 07:48:57 AM
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Well only 2 of them were stupid enough to use email addresses that are clearly not anonymous

And one of them leads to:

http://electron.stemacbg.com/

http://www.cards.stemacbg.com/blog/
http://svatba.stemacbg.com/
http://www.facebook.com/pages/STEMAC-%D0%A1%D0%B2%D0%B0%D1%82%D0%B1%D0%B5%D0%BD%D0%B8-%D0%BF%D0%BE%D0%BA%D0%B0%D0%BD%D0%B8-%D0%B8-%D0%B0%D0%BA%D1%81%D0%B5%D1%81%D0%BE%D0%B0%D1%80%D0%B8/185654011467953

Then of course stemacbg.com is administered by:
whois stemacbg.com
That lists a certain Mr. Totev and his phone number ...


Oh and the other one

http://megatron.wcksoft.com/
https://www.facebook.com/WickedSoftware

LOL at that one - his name address and phone number are listed in the
whois wcksoft.com
... and it clearly is as the email address says ... Tony Roy Smiley

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March 17, 2013, 11:52:30 AM
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couple things eleuthria;

1) I support your decision to post the thieves' info. we should all shame them into returning the coins, or make their lives uncomfortable (short of any actual physical harm. tonyroyisathief.com available?)

2) Litecoin mining added to the pool: resounding YES!

3) you mentioned earlier something about raising difficulty, or setting minimum difficuty to accomodate new ASIC technology. Would that exclude the low power, old GPU miners?(me!)

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March 17, 2013, 04:26:07 PM
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I have hard times loading pool webpage and connecting to api? Is the pool still working or it experience issues too?

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March 17, 2013, 04:44:39 PM
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Seems to be working for me..though there are moments of lag...(suppose its updating).


Would like to say hello to everyone as well. Just joined the Pool and Bitcoin in general. I was mining over at another pool but would like to try here for awhile. I like the ui much better.

I am sorry to hear about the above mentioned fiasco. Public shaming and perhaps linking up with other pool operators to ban them is the best option.

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March 17, 2013, 05:43:27 PM
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I'm putting LTC testing on hold (I did verify my stratum code works with it and makes blocks!) for the week.  I will be preparing the servers to upgrade to the 0.8.1 branch late tonight/tomorrow.  This should consist of a single stratum server having a minute or two of downtime to restart with a new bitcoind, waiting an hour to make sure it went well, then bringing another one down in the same fashion.

0.8.1 is expected to be available in the next 24 hours for users to download.  This puts in a temporary limit on block processing that enforces the BDB limits in 0.7 that caused the hard fork.  On May 15th (2 months), this limit will be lifted, so users who do not upgrade after 2 months will be at risk of another fork.  Alerts will be pushed to users running old versions.  Patches will also be made available for users who do not want to upgrade to the 0.8 branch, but do not want to be at risk of hard forking from the rest of the network.


Other project for the week is working on PPLNS Shift scripts to split the load of closing a shift into smaller chunks.  The lag most people see on the website is when the pool is closing up a shift.  It's fairly fast in most cases, but once every 30 minutes it does get quite slow due to moving a significant amount of data within the database.


couple things eleuthria;
1) I support your decision to post the thieves' info. we should all shame them into returning the coins, or make their lives uncomfortable (short of any actual physical harm. tonyroyisathief.com available?)
2) Litecoin mining added to the pool: resounding YES!
3) you mentioned earlier something about raising difficulty, or setting minimum difficuty to accomodate new ASIC technology. Would that exclude the low power, old GPU miners?(me!)

3) Right now miners can set a minimum difficulty.  What I was referring to is eventually moving the entire pool to a higher minimum difficulty (probably 4 to start).  This probably won't happen until I can remove getwork from the pool.

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March 17, 2013, 07:33:29 PM
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^ points to header...perhaps 16000 GH?  Cool

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March 17, 2013, 07:38:50 PM
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^ points to header...perhaps 16000 GH?  Cool

I keep the pool speed updated pretty regularly (up OR down), but I only use the 24 hour averages found on Pool Stats.  If it changes by more than 1 TH/s the topic tends to be updated within the next day.

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March 17, 2013, 09:44:09 PM
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Some minor updates done earlier related to DB Schema of a PPLNS table.  It should prevent the big slowdowns of the site when a block is being applied to shifts.  Not completely solved yet, but it's helping.

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March 17, 2013, 11:55:28 PM
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PPLNS shifts temporarily reduced back to 3 million shares until a fix can be made to the closing out of shifts.  The DB just can't handle moving such large amounts of data all at once every 20-30 minutes, and the faster the pool gets, the more it locks up as a result.

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March 18, 2013, 12:28:33 AM
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Time to set a minimum difficulty? ... 2, or 4?

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