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March 28, 2011, 03:28:27 AM
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Updated 3/28/11
http://bitcoinpools.com

please contribute info to this site.

added files section, send me links and i will host the files for free

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March 28, 2011, 03:35:53 AM
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Information on this site is wrong.
It says that bitcoinpool has 50 GH/s, deepbit has 2 GH/s and bitpenny is 70 GH/s.
Please, don't publish abstract numbers, people may believe it.

You can use JSON interface to show real info:
http://deepbit.net/json.php

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March 28, 2011, 05:45:37 AM
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ROFL on the 1st day deepbit had more than 2  Tongue it's ~70

Bitcoinpool is only like 11Gh/s

Worst thing is that you have the LINK for each and right above  Roll Eyes Do you not check your site before showing it to the public?

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March 28, 2011, 06:03:53 AM
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Likewise, bitcoinpool.com does not do pay-per-share.

...and all you're listing is speed and # of users, not anything relevant, like fees, payout methods, etc...

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March 28, 2011, 06:58:56 AM
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frankiebits you should escape from your basement  Grin
BTCMine do not offer pay per share from 03/22, pool use score-based payout model (similar to slush's pool).

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March 28, 2011, 02:01:53 PM
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THIS IS WHY I NEED HELP!


I am not in a basement, if I had the time to do the research I would , I am willing to pay to host the site but I need some help. I can make a new section and host all the files we use , I AM DOING THIS TO HELP THE COMMUNITY, if you guys want to make stupid remarks instead of actually helping me out fine. I'll leave up a bunch of wrong shit.

I just started a new job and don't have the time to research this stuff, if a bunch of people send me little bits of updated info I will make order of it.

STOP BEING DICKS AND FUCKING HELP ME

AND SEND ME SOME FUCKING BITCOINS , NOW HO!

Seriously tho, I have nothing to gain from this, I just want to make bitcoin more accessible... just like everything else in bitcoin this project relies on help from the community....

Edit: i know deepbit has more than 2 , i did it in a rush and was copy and pasting.... tell me what info i should add about each pool that would be more relelvant

So everything you guys posted I added, I removed # of miners, I am going to add fees , and such...

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March 28, 2011, 02:06:34 PM
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Likewise, bitcoinpool.com does not do pay-per-share.

...and all you're listing is speed and # of users, not anything relevant, like fees, payout methods, etc...

help a brother out...

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March 28, 2011, 02:39:53 PM
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Added fees and corrected speeds , someone check it out and let me know if everything is ok.

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March 28, 2011, 03:36:31 PM
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I still think there are many errors in the list. Mainly, score based != share based. bitcoinpool, afaik, isn't score based pool, but share based. Deepbit PPS fee is 10%

Also please load my hashrate from http://mining.bitcoin.cz/stats/json/

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March 28, 2011, 04:28:06 PM
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You should specify what the %'s and payper share values are, IE:Deebit.net(3%tx)

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March 28, 2011, 05:39:00 PM
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I'm going to come out as an asshole for saying this.

Other places where you could've put the same information for free:
Bitcoin Wiki: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Main_Page
A thread in this forum.
Google spreadsheets. You can load json data there too, so the data is not static.
Google sites.
And the list goes on...

The site itself:
Too many fancy shit going on to simply show some data.
No static linking.
Created with those automated webpage creators.
Lacks a lot of information.

The creator also seems like one who wants to cash in on an early product. To me it's as if he is in this for his personal benefit instead of trying to help the community.
But I don't know you and this is merely my opinion, so I'll give you the benefit of the doubt.

Suggestions:
Don't use the godaddy wizard bullshit, use a real CMS or do your own if you know how.
Make the links static, if I click the news link I should be redirected to bitcoinpool.com/news. Seriously, people overuse AJAX where it is NOT needed.
More data. Total number of users, date when the pool started, average time to solve a block, etc.
Add reviews. People should be able to review a certain pool. If the site is aimed at people still deciding which pool to pick, then user reviews are the most valuable information to have.
Add general information. Explain what is mining, where to find miners, how to set the up mining in a pool , best/common practices of pool mining, how pools work, why use a pool instead of going solo.

I'm sorry, but I can only see this as an half-assed job. Splattering the donate address everywhere in the site doesn't help you either. You say you need help, but people can't do your job for you. Web hosting static data is practically free these days. I just wish that you could've given a little more effort before putting this out to the public.
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March 28, 2011, 06:11:03 PM
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I'm going to come out as an asshole for saying this.

Other places where you could've put the same information for free:
Bitcoin Wiki: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Main_Page
A thread in this forum.
Google spreadsheets. You can load json data there too, so the data is not static.
Google sites.
And the list goes on...

The site itself:
Too many fancy shit going on to simply show some data.
No static linking.
Created with those automated webpage creators.
Lacks a lot of information.

The creator also seems like one who wants to cash in on an early product. To me it's as if he is in this for his personal benefit instead of trying to help the community.
But I don't know you and this is merely my opinion, so I'll give you the benefit of the doubt.

Suggestions:
Don't use the godaddy wizard bullshit, use a real CMS or do your own if you know how.
Make the links static, if I click the news link I should be redirected to bitcoinpool.com/news. Seriously, people overuse AJAX where it is NOT needed.
More data. Total number of users, date when the pool started, average time to solve a block, etc.
Add reviews. People should be able to review a certain pool. If the site is aimed at people still deciding which pool to pick, then user reviews are the most valuable information to have.
Add general information. Explain what is mining, where to find miners, how to set the up mining in a pool , best/common practices of pool mining, how pools work, why use a pool instead of going solo.

I'm sorry, but I can only see this as an half-assed job. Splattering the donate address everywhere in the site doesn't help you either. You say you need help, but people can't do your job for you. Web hosting static data is practically free these days. I just wish that you could've given a little more effort before putting this out to the public.

This site is temporary.
lol notice the "beta" on the page? This page is 2 days old, this is not how the page will be in the future, your right I am going to benefit in this site, my goal is to learn how to develop a decent site on my own, while this temporary site is up I will working on developing the official site on my own with real development tools. What benefit other than learning am I getting from this? Sure I can put this on other pages but I wouldn't learn anything in the process, if you look through my posts 90% of them are questions about bitcoin,  mining, pools and such. Now that I feel I am geting a grasp on that I want to learn something else. I am a technician, i have low level graphic design skills, I am hoping that making this site will increase my overall skills. If you think I am making money from this your wrong, all I want to gain is knowledge.
All I can say is if you do not have anything positive to contribute here than get out of my thread.

Anyone else who can help me get the data together is more than welcome to help out.
If no one does I will continue on my own anyway at my own pace.

For now though this is what you get... go cry somewhere else.... hater.

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March 28, 2011, 07:35:36 PM
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He also made suggestions, didn't he?
good luck with your site Smiley

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March 28, 2011, 07:44:44 PM
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You are acting like we are haters and shit. you could have at least double checked for the 1 second to see if anything was wrong, I mean it was quite obvious. It's like you wanted to paint a nursery pink and you painted it with a color resembling blood and it is dripping everywhere by accident, but you never look at it from afar

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March 28, 2011, 11:02:40 PM
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The unfortunate situation regarding pool statistics is that they are constantly changing, so without writing some app to grab the relevant info from each respective page, or tie into some json reporting from each page to get the required info, your page will almost always certainly have incorrect information.

Otherwise, here is the info for BitcoinPool.com

BitcoinPool: http://www.bitcoinpool.com/
Speed:~12ghash/s
Payout Model(Fee): Proportional (0%)
Number of Users: 392
Long Polling: Yes
Open date: 08/03/2011 (d/m/Y)



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March 29, 2011, 02:24:16 AM
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You are acting like we are haters and shit. you could have at least double checked for the 1 second to see if anything was wrong, I mean it was quite obvious. It's like you wanted to paint a nursery pink and you painted it with a color resembling blood and it is dripping everywhere by accident, but you never look at it from afar

lol i can't always sit at the computer for a long time, and if i have limited time i do the best i can get done it that time

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March 29, 2011, 02:25:18 AM
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The unfortunate situation regarding pool statistics is that they are constantly changing, so without writing some app to grab the relevant info from each respective page, or tie into some json reporting from each page to get the required info, your page will almost always certainly have incorrect information.

Otherwise, here is the info for BitcoinPool.com

BitcoinPool: http://www.bitcoinpool.com/
Speed:~12ghash/s
Payout Model(Fee): Proportional (0%)
Number of Users: 392
Long Polling: Yes
Open date: 08/03/2011 (d/m/Y)




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March 29, 2011, 08:00:08 AM
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Deepbit PPS fee is 10%

this

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March 30, 2011, 04:56:09 PM
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I'm going to come out as an asshole for saying this.

Other places where you could've put the same information for free:
Bitcoin Wiki: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Main_Page
A thread in this forum.
Google spreadsheets. You can load json data there too, so the data is not static.
Google sites.
And the list goes on...

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May 22, 2011, 01:07:09 PM
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Quote
http://bitcoinpools.com/
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Also:
https://forum.bitcoin.org/index.php?topic=9347.msg134947#msg134947

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