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April 10, 2014, 05:35:09 PM
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April 10, 2014, 06:37:52 PM
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I've been trying other pools and keep coming back to btcguild. Eligius just doesnt have all the stats I want. I gave ghash a try over the last 48hrs or so. On my chart page at ghash the lines showing hashrate are labeled 208.78 and the line below it is 178.89, who makes a chart like that? I can't tell if my antminers are close to 200gh or not. Bad chart labeling. I also can't see the shares produced by each miner. There is no top users list, which I used to gauge how fast the big guys are growing. I also didn't know cex.io and ghash were the same thing til I went to sign up. When browsing the ghash.io site, if I want to goto my balance page I have to sign into cex.io too. And it ask to setup 2fa everytime I login. I don't want or need 2fa on my mining account. It begs for your phone number also. I always setup my mining to give a daily payout so if anything ever happens, I'm only out a day mining at most. I set my difficulty to 128 at ghash, but noticed today my miners are saying 256. I prefer 128 for my antminers. I tried to point my miners to their US server, but most of them are connecting to the UK one. Without doing a bunch of manual calculating, I can't tell how much I've made in the last 24hrs are ghash. At btcguild, the last share time comes in handy sometimes when messing with miners. Overall, btcguild displays the stats I need + want and make it easy to understand what my miners are doing.

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April 10, 2014, 08:37:55 PM
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This is still the best pool out there.
Been on and off for two years now, will never leave BTCGuild.

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April 10, 2014, 10:13:21 PM
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I belive many ppl from eligius switch over due to the pool problem. if you see their hashrate drop alot

Yes, quite a few Eligius users have BTC Guild for their failover.  I know they've been under attack a lot recently, though for the last few weeks it hasn't affected the mining pool itself.  Not quite sure exactly where this 1-1.3 PH/s came from other than a huge growth from Team "Arendelle".

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April 12, 2014, 10:05:26 AM
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ok ive racked my brains both in searching for my answer and trying to recreate it just from memory.  

in the recent past i came across a thread where someone had used JustGage.js(based on Raphael.js) on jsfiddle.net to create a speedometer style graph of your hashrate, given your accounts api_key.

i cannot for the life of me find the post. the fiddle in my web history(going back over 2 years, well before i started bitcoining) or use jquery on jsfiddle to retrieve my api stats into a json object i can traverse for the stats i desire.

help me... maybeh?

also i think there should be an available link somewhere on the site for https://www.btcguild.com/new_protocol.php

only way i found it was thanks to the ckolivas

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April 12, 2014, 10:13:45 PM
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btcguild has been my favorite for sometime... but the bad luck is killing me.....


any idea who owns the unknown mining thats taking up 31% of the network?

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April 12, 2014, 10:26:12 PM
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btcguild has been my favorite for sometime... but the bad luck is killing me.....


any idea who owns the unknown mining thats taking up 31% of the network?

I know a lot of it is KNC.  organofcorti's weekly posts include an *actual* breakdown of mining capacity.  I think the "unknown" amount for his reports is down to something like 5-7%.


As for luck:  All I can say is "that's luck for you".  You had about 6 months in a row paying above 100% by a few % each month, and now the last month and a half has been quite a bit below 100% (enough below to nuke the 3m/6m figures, if you shifted those figures back one month they'd still be above 100%).

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April 13, 2014, 08:19:02 AM
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Yes, quite a few Eligius users have BTC Guild for their failover.  I know they've been under attack a lot recently, though for the last few weeks it hasn't affected the mining pool itself. 

Eligius has been suffering a DDoS for weeks now, mostly on the stats server.  There was also an issue where the NMC payouts were hijacked, so no-one's been getting NMC payouts for a few months.  The pool itself is stable, but the stats which so many rely on are a bit broken.
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April 13, 2014, 07:05:58 PM
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I really do not get why so many people stay with Eligius with all the issues they have.
I am not bashing them it just does not make sense.
It sucks all the people going to ghash.  That I do not like to see at all.
One friend of mine will not mine anywhere but there and he has over 15 th/s.  He says the steady luck is the reason why.



Yes, quite a few Eligius users have BTC Guild for their failover.  I know they've been under attack a lot recently, though for the last few weeks it hasn't affected the mining pool itself. 

Eligius has been suffering a DDoS for weeks now, mostly on the stats server.  There was also an issue where the NMC payouts were hijacked, so no-one's been getting NMC payouts for a few months.  The pool itself is stable, but the stats which so many rely on are a bit broken.

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April 13, 2014, 07:53:48 PM
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I really do not get why so many people stay with Eligius with all the issues they have.
I am not bashing them it just does not make sense.
It sucks all the people going to ghash.  That I do not like to see at all.
One friend of mine will not mine anywhere but there and he has over 15 th/s.  He says the steady luck is the reason why.



Yes, quite a few Eligius users have BTC Guild for their failover.  I know they've been under attack a lot recently, though for the last few weeks it hasn't affected the mining pool itself. 

Eligius has been suffering a DDoS for weeks now, mostly on the stats server.  There was also an issue where the NMC payouts were hijacked, so no-one's been getting NMC payouts for a few months.  The pool itself is stable, but the stats which so many rely on are a bit broken.

If they had graphs of luck like we do per shift, you'd see a LOT spikier luck because their N value is stupidly low.  They frequently have shares go entirely unpaid since they're only eligible for payment for about 35 minutes.

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April 13, 2014, 09:32:22 PM
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That is just bad news all around. 


I really do not get why so many people stay with Eligius with all the issues they have.
I am not bashing them it just does not make sense.
It sucks all the people going to ghash.  That I do not like to see at all.
One friend of mine will not mine anywhere but there and he has over 15 th/s.  He says the steady luck is the reason why.



Yes, quite a few Eligius users have BTC Guild for their failover.  I know they've been under attack a lot recently, though for the last few weeks it hasn't affected the mining pool itself. 

Eligius has been suffering a DDoS for weeks now, mostly on the stats server.  There was also an issue where the NMC payouts were hijacked, so no-one's been getting NMC payouts for a few months.  The pool itself is stable, but the stats which so many rely on are a bit broken.

If they had graphs of luck like we do per shift, you'd see a LOT spikier luck because their N value is stupidly low.  They frequently have shares go entirely unpaid since they're only eligible for payment for about 35 minutes.

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April 14, 2014, 06:23:43 PM
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Applied a small fix to the wallet validation code to support P2SH addresses for your withdrawal address.

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April 14, 2014, 11:13:29 PM
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Applied a small fix to the wallet validation code to support P2SH addresses for your withdrawal address.
P2SH ?

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April 14, 2014, 11:40:08 PM
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Applied a small fix to the wallet validation code to support P2SH addresses for your withdrawal address.
P2SH ?

Something that was implemented long ago but not used much.  It's something a few online (and offline?) wallets have started using.  P2SH allows for M-of-N escrow style transactions.

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April 15, 2014, 12:19:36 AM
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Applied a small fix to the wallet validation code to support P2SH addresses for your withdrawal address.
P2SH ?

Something that was implemented long ago but not used much.  It's something a few online (and offline?) wallets have started using.  P2SH allows for M-of-N escrow style transactions.
So not something your average user such as my self would need to be concerned with.

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April 15, 2014, 12:41:29 AM
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Applied a small fix to the wallet validation code to support P2SH addresses for your withdrawal address.
P2SH ?

Something that was implemented long ago but not used much.  It's something a few online (and offline?) wallets have started using.  P2SH allows for M-of-N escrow style transactions.
So not something your average user such as my self would need to be concerned with.

Considering the HUGE rush and conflicts implementing it caused you would think everyone in the world would be screaming to use it.

But, no its not really anything to be concerned with, I agree.

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April 15, 2014, 02:41:57 AM
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Applied a small fix to the wallet validation code to support P2SH addresses for your withdrawal address.
P2SH ?

Something that was implemented long ago but not used much.  It's something a few online (and offline?) wallets have started using.  P2SH allows for M-of-N escrow style transactions.
So not something your average user such as my self would need to be concerned with.

Considering the HUGE rush and conflicts implementing it caused you would think everyone in the world would be screaming to use it.

But, no its not really anything to be concerned with, I agree.
For my own curiosity could you please elaborate on this ? It's more of a curiosity than anything else.

The curiosity is just how it would benefit anyone in regards to a pool. What sorta confuses me is the way eleuthria responded...

--- It's something a few online (and offline?) wallets have started using.  P2SH allows for M-of-N escrow style transactions. ---


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April 15, 2014, 05:26:01 AM
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Applied a small fix to the wallet validation code to support P2SH addresses for your withdrawal address.
P2SH ?

Something that was implemented long ago but not used much.  It's something a few online (and offline?) wallets have started using.  P2SH allows for M-of-N escrow style transactions.
So not something your average user such as my self would need to be concerned with.

Considering the HUGE rush and conflicts implementing it caused you would think everyone in the world would be screaming to use it.

But, no its not really anything to be concerned with, I agree.
For my own curiosity could you please elaborate on this ? It's more of a curiosity than anything else.

The curiosity is just how it would benefit anyone in regards to a pool. What sorta confuses me is the way eleuthria responded...

--- It's something a few online (and offline?) wallets have started using.  P2SH allows for M-of-N escrow style transactions. ---

Users weren't able to enter a P2SH style wallet address (they start with a 3 instead of a 1, and my script used to validate an address didn't properly validate them), so they couldn't use an address that required multiple signatures in order to spend the funds, which is the point of an M-of-N type transaction.  One example scenario for an M-of-N style address is your funds can't be spent unless both your PC and your phone sign the transaction to send coins somewhere, effectively adding 2 factor authentication to the address itself.  I'm not familiar with how it has been implemented in client implementations or web wallets, it's not something I've ever found a need for personally.

P2SH itself had a bit of a history about 2 years ago, where miners (mostly pools even back then) had to "vote" by including /P2SH/ in the coinbase before rules enforcing stricter requirements for p2sh transactions came into effect.  You can get a little information on the background of it (BIP 16) here: https://github.com/bitcoin/bips/blob/master/bip-0016.mediawiki

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April 15, 2014, 08:37:19 PM
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User stats under Rankings, are for a single user?  (Or more obviously a single user account.)

431474   2,070,560.62 GH/s

That's a lot of hash!
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Holy crap balls..... 1,100 THs jump in an hour?

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