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Author Topic: [CLOSED] BTC Guild - Pays TxFees+NMC, Stratum, VarDiff, Private Servers  (Read 828781 times)
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February 13, 2014, 01:57:03 AM
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okay. so for BFL ASIC miners:

./bfgminer -o stratum+tcp://stratum.btcguild.com:3333 -u username -p password -S all

I'm going to switch as soon as this block finishes at the other pool.
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February 13, 2014, 02:58:49 AM
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never mind its running and showing up on my dashboard. Helloooooooo BTCGuild!
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February 13, 2014, 05:30:57 AM
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never mind its running and showing up on my dashboard. Helloooooooo BTCGuild!
Hi there, welcome. Cheesy This is a great stable and fair pool. The pool OP is top notch with updates and status posts if issues arise.
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February 13, 2014, 06:39:07 PM
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I personally use CGMiner for my ASIC's then there's my Avalon which has it's own thing with CGMiner built in.

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February 13, 2014, 08:00:40 PM
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Bfgminer, CGminer, meh!! I'm so into Linux these days I manually nonce my block headers.
http://bitcoinstats.com/network/mining/manual


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February 14, 2014, 02:13:30 AM
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Bfgminer, CGminer, meh!! I'm so into Linux these days I manually nonce my block headers.
http://bitcoinstats.com/network/mining/manual





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February 14, 2014, 08:01:44 AM
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Bfgminer, CGminer, meh!! I'm so into Linux these days I manually nonce my block headers.
http://bitcoinstats.com/network/mining/manual



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February 14, 2014, 09:50:57 AM
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Minor Irritant feedback

The little tooltip message that pops up when the mouse is over the pool luck graph at bottom of PPLNS page uses 24 hour time format
The rest of that page uses am/pm format

Trivial I know, but it caused me some confusion at start when new to BTC Guild, so perhaps when developers are not launching new scrypt pools, or updating servers or dealing with DOS attacks, falsified transactions, etc, etc etc

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February 14, 2014, 03:41:08 PM
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Congrats eleuthria and to all of us miners!  Smiley

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February 14, 2014, 03:45:51 PM
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Congrats eleuthria and to all of us miners!  Smiley



please explain to me why this is a good thing?

 Huh

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February 14, 2014, 03:56:03 PM
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Congrats eleuthria and to all of us miners!  Smiley



please explain to me why this is a good thing?

 Huh

Considering the amount of major farms/companies popping up on other pools and last I checked it was only a 34% of the market.

What would you like to see.  GOD DAMN FUCKING ASIC MINING ASS HOLES WITH THEIR BIG HASHING MACHINES RUINING THE BITCOIN WORLD?! 
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February 14, 2014, 03:58:01 PM
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Congrats eleuthria and to all of us miners!  Smiley



please explain to me why this is a good thing?

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Considering the amount of major farms/companies popping up on other pools and last I checked it was only a 34% of the market.

What would you like to see.  GOD DAMN FUCKING ASIC MINING ASS HOLES WITH THEIR BIG HASHING MACHINES RUINING THE BITCOIN WORLD?! 

are you trying to tell me that none of that hashrate belongs to "GOD DAMN FUCKING ASIC MINING ASS HOLES WITH THEIR BIG HASHING MACHINES RUINING THE BITCOIN WORLD?! "

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it's happening, sorry to give you an enema of reality.

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February 14, 2014, 04:04:06 PM
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Well no shit...  What else would it belong to?

Do you drive a Prius because oil companies are just ruling the world?  Support white box servers running the hospitals, schools, etc...  Now I won't hate on a solar panel setup because I am wanting to do the same to save myself for $600+ electric bills in the summer. 

Welcome to reality you can't protect anything I am new to mining myself but I've been following this for awhile.  It was only a matter of time because if it wasn't the coin would still just be a digital piece of currency that people in the business world could care less about.  I am glad to see it continue to grow but if you think how do you think those old GPU's would be doing right now at this current time (if ASIC style boxes never showed up)?  Difficulty of course probably would  be no where it is, but it would sure be fun.
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February 14, 2014, 04:06:57 PM
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Also the P2Pool movements I really do like.  I though would rather run my own node but honestly I do not have time to do it efficiently.  If the share of BTC was 46% there would be no congrats there would be a RUN not be saying congrats.
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February 14, 2014, 04:22:58 PM
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Also I should apologize I came off like an ass really quickly.  In the scheme of things I am nothing either.  After this weekend I'll be at a whopping 5.2 TH/s which compared to so many that is nothing.

I mainly meant it because you see the other big pool changing their's quite a bit.  So had proof of the 5PH/s.

I do plan on playing in the Scrypt world soon have 2 setups ready to go just have had no time preparing for additional ASIC's.
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February 14, 2014, 04:36:39 PM
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Also I should apologize I came off like an ass really quickly.  In the scheme of things I am nothing either.  After this weekend I'll be at a whopping 5.2 TH/s which compared to so many that is nothing.

I mainly meant it because you see the other big pool changing their's quite a bit.  So had proof of the 5PH/s.

I do plan on playing in the Scrypt world soon have 2 setups ready to go just have had no time preparing for additional ASIC's.

hey it's cool mate, i'm small fry myself but we are still contributing. and your point.. if ASIC had never been invented.. man, how many dreams at night i've had where i'm living in a world without ASIC, then in the morning I come back to earth with a THUD


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February 14, 2014, 06:19:34 PM
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Minor Irritant feedback

The little tooltip message that pops up when the mouse is over the pool luck graph at bottom of PPLNS page uses 24 hour time format
The rest of that page uses am/pm format

Trivial I know, but it caused me some confusion at start when new to BTC Guild, so perhaps when developers are not launching new scrypt pools, or updating servers or dealing with DOS attacks, falsified transactions, etc, etc etc

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Updated to 12-hour time format.

Funny enough, BTC Guild hasn't been affected by transaction malleability.  Maybe it's my accounting background, or maybe it's common sense, but my system doesn't rely on your transaction ID getting confirmations before marking it as paid on your account.  If I push out a payout, the payout has already been marked as sent in my system before the actual push to bitcoind.  You can fix a failed payout.  You can't fix/reverse a double payout.


Congrats eleuthria and to all of us miners!  Smiley



please explain to me why this is a good thing?

 Huh

BTC Guild represents one of (if not the) largest group of miners.  We have fallen from 1st place in terms of raw speed.  However, GHash.io's last statement was that 45% of their speed was their private farm (cex.io).  BTC Guild itself has no private hash rate.  My ASIC collection consists of a single Avalon and a dozen USB Block Erupters, none of which are currently running.  Eligius has passed BTC Guild on occasion in the last week, because it now has 2 users that represent approximately 35-40% of its entire pool speed.  BTC Guild has some power users, yes, but the largest one is not even 8% of the pool.  The top 5 users represent approximately 20% of the pool, and then it drops *drastically* after that.

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BTC Guild represents one of (if not the) largest group of miners.  We have fallen from 1st place in terms of raw speed.  However, GHash.io's last statement was that 45% of their speed was their private farm (cex.io).  BTC Guild itself has no private hash rate.  My ASIC collection consists of a single Avalon and a dozen USB Block Erupters, none of which are currently running.  Eligius has passed BTC Guild on occasion in the last week, because it now has 2 users that represent approximately 35-40% of its entire pool speed.  BTC Guild has some power users, yes, but the largest one is not even 8% of the pool.  The top 5 users represent approximately 20% of the pool, and then it drops *drastically* after that.



thanks for this eleuthria, in honesty, this is just what we have grown to expect from you, clear concise honesty. I'd buy you a bunch of flowers but the missus has a monopoly on that one - especially today.
keep up the good work, I wasn't particularly having a dig at the pool, just the overall network hashrate, which is unfortunately, out of everyone's hands.
again, keep up the good work, and thanks for taking the time to respond to my query, even though you answered before i'd asked!!

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February 14, 2014, 08:14:43 PM
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eleuthria, just a small heads up, the PPLNS info on your "How Am I Paid" page, here:

https://www.btcguild.com/index.php?page=support&section=howamipaid

still references 250 million shares per shifts.  I think I remember that you up'ed the shares to 325 million per shift (3.25 billion total for the 10 completed payable shifts).

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February 14, 2014, 08:27:02 PM
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eleuthria, just a small heads up, the PPLNS info on your "How Am I Paid" page, here:

https://www.btcguild.com/index.php?page=support&section=howamipaid

still references 250 million shares per shifts.  I think I remember that you up'ed the shares to 325 million per shift (3.25 billion total for the 10 completed payable shifts).

Thanks, updated it to not give a number since it does tend to change every 1-3 weeks.  It's been a LONG time since I updated that snippet on the support page.  Shifts are currently 3.5 billion *per shift*, 35 billion for the 10 open shifts.

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