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August 12, 2013, 01:07:30 PM
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Hello, I order 1x USB Block Erupters from BTC Guild, and I have an important question.
How the customs value placed on customs declaration? I ask because in my country is not the official currency bitcoin. And if the customs value of more than $ 30 I will have to submit a purchase order and invoice in USD no BTC.
 
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August 12, 2013, 06:01:07 PM
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Hello, I order 1x USB Block Erupters from BTC Guild, and I have an important question.
How the customs value placed on customs declaration? I ask because in my country is not the official currency bitcoin. And if the customs value of more than $ 30 I will have to submit a purchase order and invoice in USD no BTC.
 
Thank you for reply.

The envelope with customs information includes a small invoice form.  The conversion rate used was $30 per Block Erupter on all orders.  If for some reason they need a 2nd copy from you, I can email you a copy of the invoice (but the one inside the package should work).

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August 12, 2013, 06:04:07 PM
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Unused coupons for Block Erupters (64 in total) were redistributed.  These now go back to Order #894.  As stated previously, there has been intent shown by ASICMINER to eventually extend the coupon program, but as of this time there is no way for resellers to obtain additional coupon units beyond what was initially provided.

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August 12, 2013, 06:18:52 PM
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Unused coupons for Block Erupters (64 in total) were redistributed.  These now go back to Order #894.  As stated previously, there has been intent shown by ASICMINER to eventually extend the coupon program, but as of this time there is no way for resellers to obtain additional coupon units beyond what was initially provided.


Lame,  I missed it by 9 orders... When are you going to drop the pricing to what the others are offering? Citm is offering .31-.35, Eligius is offering them @ .38 and there is another vendor selling @.32 btc... What gives?

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August 12, 2013, 06:23:00 PM
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Unused coupons for Block Erupters (64 in total) were redistributed.  These now go back to Order #894.  As stated previously, there has been intent shown by ASICMINER to eventually extend the coupon program, but as of this time there is no way for resellers to obtain additional coupon units beyond what was initially provided.


Lame,  I missed it by 9 orders... When are you going to drop the pricing to what the others are offering? Citm is offering .31-.35, Eligius is offering them @ .38 and there is another vendor selling @.32 btc... What gives?

El can sell at whatever price he wants Smiley after all its all business Smiley
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August 12, 2013, 06:27:25 PM
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Unused coupons for Block Erupters (64 in total) were redistributed.  These now go back to Order #894.  As stated previously, there has been intent shown by ASICMINER to eventually extend the coupon program, but as of this time there is no way for resellers to obtain additional coupon units beyond what was initially provided.


Lame,  I missed it by 9 orders... When are you going to drop the pricing to what the others are offering? Citm is offering .31-.35, Eligius is offering them @ .38 and there is another vendor selling @.32 btc... What gives?

El can sell at whatever price he wants Smiley after all its all business Smiley

Well, I did want to continue to support BTCGuild but with the current pricing structure I would be insane to buy from them @ the current price (double of others)... Guess I take my business elsewhere... Since it is just business, right?!?
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August 12, 2013, 06:31:42 PM
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Prices will eventually drop, once there isn't an already huge waiting list.  We were only able to place our orders with ASICMINER starting yesterday, and now waiting for it to show up.  However, I will not even bother trying to compete with people offering erupters at .31-.35.  That simply isn't worth my time.  Up until ASICMINER ran out of inventory, the pool was starting to have a 24-48 hour turnaround on orders, and speeding up.  The goal with this next inventory batch is that BTC Guild will be able to offer a 24-hour turnaround once the queue is filled.

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August 12, 2013, 06:38:14 PM
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Hey El,

I noticed that btcguild doesnot have 2FA option. Is that on your to-do list or you simply donot want it right now.?

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August 12, 2013, 06:56:33 PM
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Hey El,

I noticed that btcguild doesnot have 2FA option. Is that on your to-do list or you simply donot want it right now.?

You can always just lock the email and payout options.
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August 12, 2013, 07:03:30 PM
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Logged in a few minutes ago to see this, Cheesy

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August 12, 2013, 07:05:05 PM
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Hey El,

I noticed that btcguild doesnot have 2FA option. Is that on your to-do list or you simply donot want it right now.?

You can always just lock the email and payout options.
+1. That is other way to secure it for sure.

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August 12, 2013, 08:32:14 PM
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How do I contact an admin?

When I set up my account, I used my CellNumber@vtext.com as the E-Mail address so I would get notifications as an SMS instead of an E-Mail.  However, my new phone truncates some of the message, so I can't see the majority of a confirmation link to change my payout address.  I'd like to change the E-Mail address on the account, but that gives me the same problem, a truncated confirmation link.

I can prove the "E-Mail address" is mine if the message is short enough that important information isn't truncated.
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August 12, 2013, 09:01:58 PM
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How do I contact an admin?

When I set up my account, I used my CellNumber@vtext.com as the E-Mail address so I would get notifications as an SMS instead of an E-Mail.  However, my new phone truncates some of the message, so I can't see the majority of a confirmation link to change my payout address.  I'd like to change the E-Mail address on the account, but that gives me the same problem, a truncated confirmation link.

I can prove the "E-Mail address" is mine if the message is short enough that important information isn't truncated.

Send an email to webmaster@btcguild.com with the username and I can prepare a special confirmation link for your phone.

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August 12, 2013, 09:10:50 PM
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Not really pool related, but does anyone know another source to confirm blocks to next difficulty?  Bitcoincharts seems to be stuck showing the same info for the last couple of days.

On a pool related note, how about adding the number of blocks to next dificulty to the web site so that I don't have to go find it elsewhere? Cheesy
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August 12, 2013, 09:28:43 PM
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Not really pool related, but does anyone know another source to confirm blocks to next difficulty?  Bitcoincharts seems to be stuck showing the same info for the last couple of days.

On a pool related note, how about adding the number of blocks to next dificulty to the web site so that I don't have to go find it elsewhere? Cheesy

I was just thinking this same thing. PLEASE add this to the dashboard page of the website... Please?!?!

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August 12, 2013, 09:29:35 PM
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Not really pool related, but does anyone know another source to confirm blocks to next difficulty?  Bitcoincharts seems to be stuck showing the same info for the last couple of days.

On a pool related note, how about adding the number of blocks to next dificulty to the web site so that I don't have to go find it elsewhere? Cheesy

http://bitcoinclock.com/ works well
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August 12, 2013, 10:29:27 PM
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Not really pool related, but does anyone know another source to confirm blocks to next difficulty?  Bitcoincharts seems to be stuck showing the same info for the last couple of days.

On a pool related note, how about adding the number of blocks to next dificulty to the web site so that I don't have to go find it elsewhere? Cheesy

I was just thinking this same thing. PLEASE add this to the dashboard page of the website... Please?!?!

You can work it out for yourself if you know the current blockheight:

Retarget will occur on: ceiling(currentBlock/2016)*2016 - 1
First block, new difficulty: ceiling(currentBlock/2016)*2016

(the "ceiling" function just means "round up")

As I post this the current block height is 251838, so
Retarget will occur on: ceiling(251838/2016)*2016 - 1 = 125 * 2016 - 1 = 251999
First block, new difficulty: ceiling(251838/2016)*2016 = 125 * 2016 = 252000

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August 13, 2013, 12:23:09 AM
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Not really pool related, but does anyone know another source to confirm blocks to next difficulty?  Bitcoincharts seems to be stuck showing the same info for the last couple of days.

On a pool related note, how about adding the number of blocks to next dificulty to the web site so that I don't have to go find it elsewhere? Cheesy

http://bitcoinclock.com/ works well

It does? for me it has no hands. did someone forget to wind it?

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August 13, 2013, 04:07:53 AM
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Minor pool update:  If you're having problems accessing the website, make sure you're using "www.btcguild.com" and not just "btcguild.com".  I was working on consolidating the last getwork servers, and a DNS entry was updating too quickly.



Semi-major pool update:  The getwork protocol has been lingering on for the last few months.  It still has around 4 TH/s, and it's hard to turn off a server providing that.  With the pool now hitting 110 TH+, that means getwork now represents less than 4% of the pool.  Users still on getwork should update to Stratum immediately.  Users with hardware that requires getwork (ASICMINER blades) should use a Stratum proxy.  A full guide for setting up a Startum proxy will be uploaded this week.

At this time, I expect to be turning getwork off entirely either by September 15th, or when the getwork is less than 2% of the pool's overall speed (which would happen around the time the pool hits 200 TH/s).  Given the last month's growth, the 200 TH/s number might happen before September 15th.

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August 13, 2013, 12:42:11 PM
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Because of the Android Key Rotation thing happening -- many of us have had to change their BTC addresses. I have stopped using my old, and now defunct, address due to this bug - and on the BTC Guild I have this old address locked. How can I change that address if it's locked?

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