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August 03, 2013, 08:31:09 PM
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International Sales are now available on the ASIC Store page!


UPDATE:  Requests to lie on the customs declaration will be ignored.  I will not be a party to your attempt to evade taxes/duties by falsifying the information on the form.  Amounts will be declared using approximate wholesale values, denominated in USD.

I get asked this all the time on eBay. I just do not think people in other countries realize just how serious such a thing as falsifying a customs declaration can be in the post 911 USA...


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August 03, 2013, 09:44:07 PM
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International Sales are now available on the ASIC Store page!


UPDATE:  Requests to lie on the customs declaration will be ignored.  I will not be a party to your attempt to evade taxes/duties by falsifying the information on the form.  Amounts will be declared using approximate wholesale values, denominated in USD.

I get asked this all the time on eBay. I just do not think people in other countries realize just how serious such a thing as falsifying a customs declaration can be in the post 911 USA...

Ditto.  I don't agree with it, but I'm not going to misstate info. 

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August 04, 2013, 02:00:28 AM
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eleuthria, Do you have better instructions to get the little USB miners working? This does not work, I've tried many times and when you click apply on the shortcut a message pops up saying this is not configured right Sad
 

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August 04, 2013, 02:05:40 AM
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I'm not sure how I can give you better instructions.  The full set of options are listed directly above that picture (the picture is just there to show you which box to type it into).  After '.exe' (the end of the target box by default), you enter the -o http://stratum.btcguild.com:3333 -u eleuthria_1 -p 123 -G -S all --icarus-options 115200:1:1 --icarus-timing 3.0=100

(ignore -G if you want to GPU mine on the same machine).

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August 04, 2013, 02:12:15 AM
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Thank You for the quick response  Smiley  I'll give it a shot and leave out -g   Smiley

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August 04, 2013, 02:32:29 AM
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YEAH!  I'm Rocking Now  Grin  Thank You eleuthria

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August 04, 2013, 10:45:14 PM
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What's with the luck since the last difficulty rise.  It's horrible (according to the PPLNS Stats page)!!!

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August 04, 2013, 10:55:37 PM
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What's with the luck since the last difficulty rise.  It's horrible (according to the PPLNS Stats page)!!!

It's only ~15% negative and it has not even been 48 hours, meaning its highly volatile still.  Based off the blocks found in the currently open shifts, it's probably about to flip to over 100% in the next 12 hours.

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August 04, 2013, 11:06:34 PM
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What's with the luck since the last difficulty rise.  It's horrible (according to the PPLNS Stats page)!!!

It's only ~15% negative and it has not even been 48 hours, meaning its highly volatile still.  Based off the blocks found in the currently open shifts, it's probably about to flip to over 100% in the next 12 hours.

heck, Slush is pushing 13 hours without a block.

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August 05, 2013, 12:09:44 AM
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Sorry just impatient I guess Wink

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August 05, 2013, 12:58:11 AM
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When doing the auto withdrawal do we have to pay a fee to transfer it to another wallet?
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August 05, 2013, 01:05:44 AM
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When doing the auto withdrawal do we have to pay a fee to transfer it to another wallet?

BTC Guild covers the transaction fees required to send payouts to your wallet.  If you're sending it somewhere else after that, it's the standard Bitcoin rules (same as a payout from any other pool at that point).

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August 05, 2013, 01:38:54 AM
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Nice...I'm really liking this pool so far...Thanks for the service.
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August 05, 2013, 02:44:00 AM
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Nice...I'm really liking this pool so far...Thanks for the service.

It also helps that we're hitting a run of good luck Smiley
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August 05, 2013, 03:18:32 AM
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Nice...I'm really liking this pool so far...Thanks for the service.

It also helps that we're hitting a run of good luck Smiley

3:45 PM: "What's with the luck since the last difficulty rise.  It's horrible (according to the PPLNS Stats page)!!!"

7:44 PM: "It also helps that we're hitting a run of good luck Smiley"



It's almost like random events are...random!?

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August 05, 2013, 04:54:55 AM
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Tomorrow (exact time not yet determined), the first coupon orders will be made available.  The first coupons are specifically for the users who had units on backorder at 1.05 at the time of the price drop.  All of those orders will get coupons and do not need to worry about the rest of this post.

[Previous post information about a coupone raffle is now inaccurate]



EDIT:  After reviewing the correspondence from ASICMINER, the previously announced plan for coupon distribution is no longer valid.  I did not recall any specifics on how coupons were to be distributed, but after looking through all the PMs (yes, all this communication is through forum PMs), it was identified that the coupons should be assigned in reverse order based on order date.  As such, coupons will simply be assigned to users tomorrow.

Once assigned, coupons will have a 1 week expiration date.  Any unclaimed coupons will be re-assigned every Monday to the next most recent orders.  If you do not want to claim all of your coupons, there will be an option to give up your coupons so the next person can receive them.

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August 05, 2013, 06:15:50 PM
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Tomorrow (exact time not yet determined), the first coupon orders will be made available.  The first coupons are specifically for the users who had units on backorder at 1.05 at the time of the price drop.  All of those orders will get coupons and do not need to worry about the rest of this post.

[Previous post information about a coupone raffle is now inaccurate]



EDIT:  After reviewing the correspondence from ASICMINER, the previously announced plan for coupon distribution is no longer valid.  I did not recall any specifics on how coupons were to be distributed, but after looking through all the PMs (yes, all this communication is through forum PMs), it was identified that the coupons should be assigned in reverse order based on order date.  As such, coupons will simply be assigned to users tomorrow.

Once assigned, coupons will have a 1 week expiration date.  Any unclaimed coupons will be re-assigned every Monday to the next most recent orders.  If you do not want to claim all of your coupons, there will be an option to give up your coupons so the next person can receive them.

How will we know if we got one?
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August 05, 2013, 06:25:11 PM
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Digging through the thread and couldn't find the answer to this one so bear with me if it's already been tackled.  It's not listed on the description of the Pool that I can see.

With the PPLNS option, if you're the miner that found a block, do you get a proportional percentage of the reward, or is it shared out of the last 10 like if someone else found a block per your overall percentage of work?  So basically if you found a block and you're on PPLNS, it only really counts towards bragging rights in the leaderboard and no difference in payout vs if you weren't the one that found it(them)?


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August 05, 2013, 06:29:41 PM
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Digging through the thread and couldn't find the answer to this one so bear with me if it's already been tackled.  It's not listed on the description of the Pool that I can see.

With the PPLNS option, if you're the miner that found a block, do you get a proportional percentage of the reward, or is it shared out of the last 10 like if someone else found a block per your overall percentage of work?  So basically if you found a block and you're on PPLNS, it only really counts towards bragging rights in the leaderboard and no difference in payout vs if you weren't the one that found it(them)?



Only bragging rights. There is no "bonus" for finding the block, they are paid out like all the other open rounds of shares.

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August 05, 2013, 06:39:11 PM
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Digging through the thread and couldn't find the answer to this one so bear with me if it's already been tackled.  It's not listed on the description of the Pool that I can see.

With the PPLNS option, if you're the miner that found a block, do you get a proportional percentage of the reward, or is it shared out of the last 10 like if someone else found a block per your overall percentage of work?  So basically if you found a block and you're on PPLNS, it only really counts towards bragging rights in the leaderboard and no difference in payout vs if you weren't the one that found it(them)?


I just got my 74 Satoshi (give or take), and it was a billion-diff block too ...
https://blockchain.info/block-index/402802/00000000000000029dfde2ddc7f233ef71671bf15d98d44690bc39ecf8818bf1

I'd have preferred that luck on the lottery (it was roughly my 500th share submitted)  Cry

Yeah... in your mind, sometimes such things can make you sad. However, if you didn't have BTCGuild's coin base, those same 500 shares wouldn't have won the prize if you were using your own client. Or maybe they could have, even sooner.

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