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July 11, 2014, 08:48:09 AM
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I can get it to load on IE after 135 secs, Google Chrome takes 127 secs. Not much difference.
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July 11, 2014, 08:49:09 AM
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No, I'm using IE 11.0.10 on a Win8.1Pro w/update x64. It seems like patch Tuesday has jacked up a bunch of stuff, its looking like I might have to roll back and see if that helps.

Quick fix for you... Don't use IE.

Ever.



Exactly.

I am using win 8.1, updated JAVA yesterday. No issues on chrome, do not even want to run IE. Nothing really changed for me after updating JAVA to the latest version.
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July 11, 2014, 04:34:13 PM
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quick fix remove and delete java, and never ever ever never ever use java (sun java) not java scrypt.

Problem solved.. Not unless you want to open your pc up to be taken over ..

Java is about a secure as a screen door on a submarine.


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July 11, 2014, 04:44:35 PM
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quick fix remove and delete java, and never ever ever never ever use java (sun java) not java scrypt.

Problem solved.. Not unless you want to open your pc up to be taken over ..

Java is about a secure as a screen door on a submarine.


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I am talking about Oracle Java for chrome.
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July 11, 2014, 04:48:10 PM
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yep sun = oracle same, stay away from , or at the very lest don't allow java to run in the browser.


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July 11, 2014, 04:52:08 PM
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yep sun = oracle same, stay away from , or at the very lest don't allow java to run in the browser.


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Interesting. Sorry for offtopic, so what do you suggest to use instead of it? Like if you want to do pingtest or any other numerous tools online (which require Java)? My browser asks me everytime Java needs to run...

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July 11, 2014, 05:08:36 PM
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well, if it asking that means its not running all the time (that's good) ya old sun/oracle had to come out with a new version system for java due to the constant bug fixes versions that came out.

So if its asking you should be ok, but not really sure if there is alt seeing sun made java, and oracle bought sun...

But for security make sure its not running at all in IE and if possible uninstall IE, it will still get patched by windows update and use either chrome or firefox

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July 11, 2014, 05:24:51 PM
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yep sun = oracle same, stay away from , or at the very lest don't allow java to run in the browser.


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Interesting. Sorry for offtopic, so what do you suggest to use instead of it? Like if you want to do pingtest or any other numerous tools online (which require Java)? My browser asks me everytime Java needs to run...

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Find different tools. I have Java free PCs and I start a VM if I need to run Java, and I do for several applications that I have to support. Most online tools do not have to run in Java, so be suspicious when they do.
Also, be careful to not confuse Java with Javascript.

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July 11, 2014, 05:34:26 PM
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Whoever rubbed their rabbits foot yesterday don't you dare stop rubbing it :-) I love seeing luck like this.

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July 11, 2014, 05:34:58 PM
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Thanks for advices fellas,

Appreciated a lot!
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July 12, 2014, 05:38:54 AM
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Just PM and I'll sell you some luck. 1% - .5btc. Bulk discounts available of course. I have some fairy dust also, but that's expensive stuff.

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July 12, 2014, 11:55:26 AM
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Just PM and I'll sell you some luck. 1% - .5btc. Bulk discounts available of course. I have some fairy dust also, but that's expensive stuff.

I thought BFL and BA cornered the market on Fairy DustTM

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July 13, 2014, 06:40:48 AM
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1 week luck at 95% seems a lot better and there's still some good blocks still cooking. I noticed the hashrate seems to have gone up a bit.  Fair weather miners?  Tongue
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July 13, 2014, 07:01:47 AM
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1 week luck at 95% seems a lot better and there's still some good blocks still cooking. I noticed the hashrate seems to have gone up a bit.  Fair weather miners?  Tongue

Hash rate has gone down, not up.

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July 13, 2014, 07:05:13 AM
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1 week luck at 95% seems a lot better and there's still some good blocks still cooking. I noticed the hashrate seems to have gone up a bit.  Fair weather miners?  Tongue

Hash rate has gone down, not up.

Wow.  So weird, I swear it said that we were at 11.5PH/s.  I refreshed the page and it 10,733.  I guess I didn't look at the graph.  Is the pool speed reading that volatile or am I tripping?
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July 13, 2014, 07:09:32 AM
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1 week luck at 95% seems a lot better and there's still some good blocks still cooking. I noticed the hashrate seems to have gone up a bit.  Fair weather miners?  Tongue

Hash rate has gone down, not up.

Wow.  So weird, I swear it said that we were at 11.5PH/s.  I refreshed the page and it 10,733.  I guess I didn't look at the graph.  Is the pool speed reading that volatile or am I tripping?

You must've been seeing things.  It doesn't move more than 100-200 TH/s between shifts normally.

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July 13, 2014, 01:42:29 PM
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yep sun = oracle same, stay away from , or at the very lest don't allow java to run in the browser.


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Well if you're really just wanting a ping you can open a command prompt and type "ping microsoft.com"  or any web/ip address and it'll run a ping test, no need for java.
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July 13, 2014, 03:40:59 PM
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yep sun = oracle same, stay away from , or at the very lest don't allow java to run in the browser.


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Interesting. Sorry for offtopic, so what do you suggest to use instead of it? Like if you want to do pingtest or any other numerous tools online (which require Java)? My browser asks me everytime Java needs to run...

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Well if you're really just wanting a ping you can open a command prompt and type "ping microsoft.com"  or any web/ip address and it'll run a ping test, no need for java.

Really? What about packet loss and jitter? How are you going to find that out from the CMD? I guess, you would do the calculations yourself Smiley I am to lazy to do that....
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July 13, 2014, 06:26:52 PM
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Do not use pools as a bank

Posting this reminder as once again a significant number of coins had built up in the hot wallet and have been transferred to the cold wallet.  Please do not use the pool as your bank.  The incoming coins to the pool should be almost exactly mirrored with withdrawals, with the exception of small balances unable to meet minimum/auto withdrawal levels.  When this doesn't happen, it forces the pool to move coins into cold wallets, and in the event of a sudden spike in withdrawals, can severely delay the availability of funds since they have to be moved back to the hot wallet.

Just posting this again.  After seeing Just-Dice's closure recently due to Canadian law changes, I want to know that if something happened in the US which forces BTC Guild to do the same it's not going to result in funds that can't be paid out without starting a massive KYC process before allowing withdrawals.  Just-Dice had a few weeks warning.  That same luxury may not be available if it happens in the US!  The pool's official policy (as stated in the FAQ and 2nd post in this thread) has always been that in the event of a closure there will be a 3 month window where the pool is no longer running but withdrawals are open, but there is also the caveat that this policy may be superseded if it is no longer legal for BTC Guild to operate in the same way.


It makes no sense to allow weeks/months worth of coins to build up on your BTC Guild account.  You cannot make specific withdrawals to people to use it as a limited wallet, only full balance or 0.01 intervals, neither of which are useful for conducting Bitcoin transactions (and that's on purpose!).

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July 13, 2014, 07:34:57 PM
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Do not use pools as a bank

Posting this reminder as once again a significant number of coins had built up in the hot wallet and have been transferred to the cold wallet.  Please do not use the pool as your bank.  The incoming coins to the pool should be almost exactly mirrored with withdrawals, with the exception of small balances unable to meet minimum/auto withdrawal levels.  When this doesn't happen, it forces the pool to move coins into cold wallets, and in the event of a sudden spike in withdrawals, can severely delay the availability of funds since they have to be moved back to the hot wallet.

Just posting this again.  After seeing Just-Dice's closure recently due to Canadian law changes, I want to know that if something happened in the US which forces BTC Guild to do the same it's not going to result in funds that can't be paid out without starting a massive KYC process before allowing withdrawals.  Just-Dice had a few weeks warning.  That same luxury may not be available if it happens in the US!  The pool's official policy (as stated in the FAQ and 2nd post in this thread) has always been that in the event of a closure there will be a 3 month window where the pool is no longer running but withdrawals are open, but there is also the caveat that this policy may be superseded if it is no longer legal for BTC Guild to operate in the same way.


It makes no sense to allow weeks/months worth of coins to build up on your BTC Guild account.  You cannot make specific withdrawals to people to use it as a limited wallet, only full balance or 0.01 intervals, neither of which are useful for conducting Bitcoin transactions (and that's on purpose!).
I've always had my stuff set for 0.01

That being said, I've never heard of Just Dice, who are they and what happened ? I assume they're something US based and have some sort of gambling thing running for em given the name Just Dice.

Edit: I see where you said they're canadian now lol

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