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Author Topic: [CLOSED] BTC Guild - Pays TxFees+NMC, Stratum, VarDiff, Private Servers  (Read 829279 times)
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March 09, 2015, 03:25:37 AM

I connect to BTC Guild using a private IP given to me back in 2013. Does this still provide protection from DDoS attacks? I've seen the particular private IP address that I am using leaked for over a year.

The private DNS provided in 2013 during the attack still works, and while it has been leaked, it is unlikely to be noticed.  There's a second private DNS that is given out specifically for DDoS protection.

In both cases, they have been unaffected by recent attacks which were only hitting stratum.btcguild.com (and only the initial server used to validate clients).

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March 10, 2015, 09:13:28 PM

question what is this  thread?


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=981260.0

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March 10, 2015, 09:24:03 PM

That guy was posting in other threads that if you wanted your pool's luck to go to crap, just invite him to mine there.  I think that post is nothing more than a poorly worded way to express his frustration at bad pool luck... I'm very sure that eleuthria's pool will solve at least one block between now and April Wink

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I'm assuming that was the person who made a thread title like it was a BTC Guild announcement (it's deleted now)?  I was going to report the thread, but figured why bother since nobody was bumping it.  Once it leaves the front page it might as well not exist.

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I'm assuming that was the person who made a thread title like it was a BTC Guild announcement (it's deleted now)?  I was going to report the thread, but figured why bother since nobody was bumping it.  Once it leaves the front page it might as well not exist.

yeah i don't report a lot but I mine with you and the announcement  part in the title caused me to report it.

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March 11, 2015, 09:39:58 AM

Hello again!

I regret to inform you that I blocked Bitcoin address to display this morning to address - 15MKe9ctZGgoSEW4uuYPP8sG6SQ7i3LRWX

But just now remembered that it is the address of the old wallet!

What should I do?

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March 17, 2015, 10:13:49 PM

I was very happy to see the BTC guild is still online. I have read some time ago it was going to shut down and now when I started having problems with Ghash.io was very happy to see BTC guild! Mining there again now!

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March 18, 2015, 06:07:39 AM

It's good to be back Smiley Finally ditched ghash.io.

Go Team America !

EDIT: eleuthria, could you please check PM ?
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It's good to be back Smiley Finally ditched ghash.io.

Go Team America !

EDIT: eleuthria, could you please check PM ?

Can't connect to the guild after several reboots. All three miners are not able to re-connect. No choice but to move on to another pool.


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March 19, 2015, 12:55:58 PM

I've never had a problem connecting to btcguild. My S2 just had 70 days of uptime and only touched a failover pool once about 20 days ago when a change was made to the pool. I was going to post a screenshot but jinxed it and had a momentary power outage that restarted my miners. Even during DDOS my miners keep mining. BTCguild's uptime is practically 100% and other pools should take note. It's been a very good week for us luck wise. Glad we finally got those 1M and 3M percentages up.
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March 20, 2015, 10:03:30 PM

my miners have a problem reconnecting to the pool after i rebooted them

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March 20, 2015, 10:11:54 PM

Also i have this error trying to update worker's min. difficulty:
"There was an error updating at least 1 Stratum server. Please try again."

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March 20, 2015, 11:14:55 PM

Should be clear for reconnecting and reconfiguring workers now.  Was doing some work on the frontend servers which meant restarting a miner (or swapping pools on one) may have encountered problems getting on again.

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I am having problems with about 12 to 15 SP31s that are connected to BTC Guild and over the past few hours keep showing that screen like they are waiting for work to be sent.   Have restarted minergate and rebooted them, same thing.      I have a bunch of others that are connecting and mining fine though?

EDIT You must have posted this ^^^ just as I was typing.   I will reboot again.

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April 01, 2015, 06:47:10 PM

eleuthria,
What do you recommend for auto payouts?  Is .1 BTC too dusty? or should it be higher?  I don't want too many unexpected fee's when I try to use my BTC.  Just wondering what you thought a good number was.
Thanks,
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eleuthria,
What do you recommend for auto payouts?  Is .1 BTC too dusty? or should it be higher?  I don't want too many unexpected fee's when I try to use my BTC.  Just wondering what you thought a good number was.
Thanks,
Sam

My recommendation for auto withdrawals has generally been that if you are mining > 0.1 BTC per 24 hours, you should probably set your minimum withdrawals to your expected 24-hour amount.  It's a little trickier these days since the pool is so much smaller as a percent of the network, so one day of mining can swing quite a bit.  At worst, I recommend setting the automatic withdrawal to 1 week's expected generation,  just to avoid the pool being responsible for your coins.


Obviously it depends on how much BTC you're planning to send in the long run, and how frequently.  General rule of thumb used to be 0.10 BTC could be spent after 10 days of confirmations without a fee (10 Days * 0.1 Bitcoin = 1 Bitcoin Day).  Now if you are combining multiple inputs (sending > 0.1), it gets a little trickier (read the wiki on transaction fees/priority).


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April 02, 2015, 05:53:33 PM

woke up this morning to see that the pool found 6 blocks, good stuff!
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woke up this morning to see that the pool found 6 blocks, good stuff!

Yep an not too shabby yesterday either.  Hoping for a few more today.

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April 03, 2015, 12:16:44 AM

going by https://blockchain.info/
we found 12block in the previous 24hours!!!

lucky me i moved most of my miners here Grin
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woke up this morning to see that the pool found 6 blocks, good stuff!

Yep an not too shabby yesterday either.  Hoping for a few more today.

You got your wish and the day is still not over =)
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