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July 20, 2014, 08:32:51 AM
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How can I change the address for the withdrawals? BTC-e changed addresses to recharge and coins can now go to a nonexistent address. My pool bitcoin wallet address is locked Sad
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July 20, 2014, 08:43:57 AM
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How can I change the address for the withdrawals? BTC-e changed addresses to recharge and coins can now go to a nonexistent address. My pool bitcoin wallet address is locked Sad

I don't know if locking your withdrawal address to an anonymous exchange, based in an undetermined country, run by nameless eastern europeans was a great idea ...
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July 20, 2014, 09:10:08 AM
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How can I change the address for the withdrawals? BTC-e changed addresses to recharge and coins can now go to a nonexistent address. My pool bitcoin wallet address is locked Sad

I don't know if locking your withdrawal address to an anonymous exchange, based in an undetermined country, run by nameless eastern europeans was a great idea ...
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locked wallet is my own wallet.
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July 20, 2014, 09:15:18 AM
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no problem anymore Wink
locked wallet is my own wallet.

That is good, because should you ever need to prove ownership of an address, you may need to sign a message.
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July 20, 2014, 04:54:48 PM
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Looking around for documentation on BTC Guild JSON API, didn't see much on Google searches aside from existing implementations, those are useful but curious to see if there is a comprehensive doc for the JSON API?

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July 21, 2014, 04:36:42 PM
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There was a display error on the Recent Block rewards caused by the poor luck yesterday.  The recent block rewards is a calculated set of numbers, since your actual rewards are only stored per shift, not per block.  The calculations didn't work when a block was in the recent blocks list that was more than about 30 hours old, because the page didn't have all the information cached for shifts that old.

Looking around for documentation on BTC Guild JSON API, didn't see much on Google searches aside from existing implementations, those are useful but curious to see if there is a comprehensive doc for the JSON API?

There's no documentation on the BTC Guild API.  It's simple JSON, and all of the fields are named in a manner that gives their description.  You can copy and paste the output of the API page into a JSON parser which will give you a very easy to read breakdown of all the possible fields.

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July 22, 2014, 02:29:58 AM
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So 1024 in the miner and on worker page of the pool guarantees no issues outside of a problem with the pool or the miner. That said, am I correct with the worker setting of 128 for my Prospector200 machine since the next jump up is 256 for 256Gh + ?

Yes, 1024 for a dragon is the recommended setting, and should guarantee proper results while mining without any weird stats popping up.  I'm not familiar with the prospector 200, but if it's under 250 GH/s, then 128 is the recommended setting, yes.

However, as far as I'm aware, the only ASIC where the setting *can* cause a problem is the Dragon Miners.  Anything else is just a recommendation, it should have no material effects on other hardware.
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July 22, 2014, 02:38:59 AM
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So 1024 in the miner and on worker page of the pool guarantees no issues outside of a problem with the pool or the miner. That said, am I correct with the worker setting of 128 for my Prospector200 machine since the next jump up is 256 for 256Gh + ?

Yes, 1024 for a dragon is the recommended setting, and should guarantee proper results while mining without any weird stats popping up.  I'm not familiar with the prospector 200, but if it's under 250 GH/s, then 128 is the recommended setting, yes.

However, as far as I'm aware, the only ASIC where the setting *can* cause a problem is the Dragon Miners.  Anything else is just a recommendation, it should have no material effects on other hardware.
Hey Michael, Do you know if the BTCGarden machines have dif issues like the dragons ?

Sorry, but my experience with ASICs outside of Avalon (batch 1 & 2), BE Blades and USB Erupters is pretty much limited to anecdotes and observations.  As such, the only one I *know* has the issues with difficulty are Dragon Miners, but that doesn't mean others might not have similar problems.

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July 22, 2014, 02:40:38 AM
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So 1024 in the miner and on worker page of the pool guarantees no issues outside of a problem with the pool or the miner. That said, am I correct with the worker setting of 128 for my Prospector200 machine since the next jump up is 256 for 256Gh + ?

Yes, 1024 for a dragon is the recommended setting, and should guarantee proper results while mining without any weird stats popping up.  I'm not familiar with the prospector 200, but if it's under 250 GH/s, then 128 is the recommended setting, yes.

However, as far as I'm aware, the only ASIC where the setting *can* cause a problem is the Dragon Miners.  Anything else is just a recommendation, it should have no material effects on other hardware.
Hey Michael, Do you know if the BTCGarden machines have dif issues like the dragons ?

Sorry, but my experience with ASICs outside of Avalon (batch 1 & 2), BE Blades and USB Erupters is pretty much limited to anecdotes and observations.  As such, the only one I *know* has the issues with difficulty are Dragon Miners, but that doesn't mean others might not have similar problems.
Just figured I'd ask even though the only diff min setting is 256 since the next one up is 512 and the machines are rated 310Gh/s.

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July 22, 2014, 02:41:16 AM
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But I should be adding another 1.2 TH made up of 4 x gardens within the 1st week of august if not sooner.

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July 22, 2014, 11:50:35 AM
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I've run my two btcgarden machines on the guild with no issues at 512, though they point at p2pool for now.

So I don't think they have the issue the dragons have

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July 22, 2014, 04:48:52 PM
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I've run my two btcgarden machines on the guild with no issues at 512, though they point at p2pool for now.

So I don't think they have the issue the dragons have
512 a piece ? Thats a hell of a jump from the stated 310 lol.

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July 22, 2014, 05:11:28 PM
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I've run my two btcgarden machines on the guild with no issues at 512, though they point at p2pool for now.

So I don't think they have the issue the dragons have
512 a piece ? Thats a hell of a jump from the stated 310 lol.

He's talking about difficulty setting...
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July 22, 2014, 05:17:08 PM
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I've run my two btcgarden machines on the guild with no issues at 512, though they point at p2pool for now.

So I don't think they have the issue the dragons have
512 a piece ? Thats a hell of a jump from the stated 310 lol.

He's talking about difficulty setting...
I just woke up when I posted that lol but the dif makes more sense lol

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July 22, 2014, 06:24:05 PM
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I've run my two btcgarden machines on the guild with no issues at 512, though they point at p2pool for now.

So I don't think they have the issue the dragons have
512 a piece ? Thats a hell of a jump from the stated 310 lol.

He's talking about difficulty setting...
I just woke up when I posted that lol but the dif makes more sense lol

Although worth noting they do run at 330ghs and stable when clocked to 330mhz. Power consumption goes up about 40 watts which isn't that awful for a 30gh gain.

but yes, with regards to the 512, I was talking about the diff setting for the pair together.

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July 22, 2014, 06:40:41 PM
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I've run my two btcgarden machines on the guild with no issues at 512, though they point at p2pool for now.

So I don't think they have the issue the dragons have
512 a piece ? Thats a hell of a jump from the stated 310 lol.

He's talking about difficulty setting...
I just woke up when I posted that lol but the dif makes more sense lol

Although worth noting they do run at 330ghs and stable when clocked to 330mhz. Power consumption goes up about 40 watts which isn't that awful for a 30gh gain.

but yes, with regards to the 512, I was talking about the diff setting for the pair together.
What was stock speed on yours when you set them up and let em run for a while ?

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July 22, 2014, 07:15:38 PM
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I use 256 and have no issues. They run nice.  I am finishing a review on it now.


So 1024 in the miner and on worker page of the pool guarantees no issues outside of a problem with the pool or the miner. That said, am I correct with the worker setting of 128 for my Prospector200 machine since the next jump up is 256 for 256Gh + ?

Yes, 1024 for a dragon is the recommended setting, and should guarantee proper results while mining without any weird stats popping up.  I'm not familiar with the prospector 200, but if it's under 250 GH/s, then 128 is the recommended setting, yes.

However, as far as I'm aware, the only ASIC where the setting *can* cause a problem is the Dragon Miners.  Anything else is just a recommendation, it should have no material effects on other hardware.
Hey Michael, Do you know if the BTCGarden machines have dif issues like the dragons ?

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July 23, 2014, 05:38:57 AM
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Oh my god someone please do the "Make it Rain Bitcoin Dance" again.  I hate variance. 
Still glad we have BTCG though.  I know others have it worse.

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July 23, 2014, 06:45:35 AM
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Oh my god someone please do the "Make it Rain Bitcoin Dance" again.  I hate variance. 
Still glad we have BTCG though.  I know others have it worse.


You don't like the obscene luck spike followed by 2 long blocks?  Kinda sad nobody posted yesterday during that run Sad.

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July 23, 2014, 07:12:38 AM
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I did.  I loved it.
We had a great run.  It was epic.  Grin


Oh my god someone please do the "Make it Rain Bitcoin Dance" again.  I hate variance. 
Still glad we have BTCG though.  I know others have it worse.


You don't like the obscene luck spike followed by 2 long blocks?  Kinda sad nobody posted yesterday during that run Sad.

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