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January 11, 2013, 02:54:42 PM
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Pool is down, Site is up, Stats report that my miners are down

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January 11, 2013, 02:59:53 PM
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All my miners are offline at 50BTC.

Becoming too common recently......Probably time to go 100% Ozcoin. 

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January 11, 2013, 03:02:33 PM
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All my miners are offline at 50BTC.

Becoming too common recently......Probably time to go 100% Ozcoin.  

Yeah, This is why i keep pushing for email notifications, If i wasnt at my computer when everything went down, I would've had no idea
50btc needs to sort out all the errors...

I just crapped over 300 rejects into 50btc during repeated attempts to aim at them

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January 11, 2013, 03:43:49 PM
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Becoming too common recently......Probably time to go 100% Ozcoin. 

Ozco.in has been very stable with low stales on getwork.
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January 11, 2013, 03:46:52 PM
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Becoming too common recently......Probably time to go 100% Ozcoin. 

Ozco.in has been very stable with low stales on getwork.

Yes.  I have had 15-20 GH pointed there for a few weeks to test it out, and it has been flawless. 

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January 13, 2013, 06:17:00 AM
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I earned less at ozcoin on pps then I did with 50btc....
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January 15, 2013, 01:42:54 AM
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I earned less at ozcoin on pps then I did with 50btc....
Are you aware of what Variance and Fees are?
BTCGUILD has been gloriously good to me "A:12760 R:12 HW:0 U: 7.99/m I: 5"
My rejects would be up near 2500 if i was aimed at 50btc, TOTALLY UNACCEPTABLE


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January 15, 2013, 01:33:08 PM
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We are working on high relects problem. Our main pool servers at the moment are under heavy workload, caused by botnets. Currently we are looking for ways to automate blocking these users, but it is not easy.

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January 16, 2013, 05:36:22 AM
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We are working on high relects problem. Our main pool servers at the moment are under heavy workload, caused by botnets. Currently we are looking for ways to automate blocking these users, but it is not easy.
So in three months you'll say "were working on it"?
Seriously guys, I came back to 50btc because it pays out the highest, But it sure as HELL does not payout the most when my miners are constantly disconnecting and sending Rejected shares in.

99.96% of my shares are accepted when im aimed at BTCGuild

And i dont even get informed when the pool goes down -_-"
Why the hell cant the 50BTC pool operator(s) keep things running problem free?
All the other pools have succeded in stability, And they even had to go through the DDoS wars when seemingly pools were DDoSing eachother to get miners to leave the pool and hopefully join thiers, Aswell as the slaughter fest of "DEEPBIT IS GETTING TO BIG! DDoS IT NOW!"


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January 21, 2013, 03:23:22 AM
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Hi there,
I was recently messing around with raw transactions, and accidentally
sent the following:

http://blockchain.info/tx/f979f8c6e464fef59853c2bd302cc3cae47198d8613b51e846358aed3759883e

Notice the tx fee is 0.68 BTC...

Well, your pool solved the next block, and it's in there:

http://blockchain.info/block-index/336513/000000000000008cc53eb6ab52767d3f2f2ddc4fefb0952d1cd220b8b693d992

If you could be so kind as to reduce this fee to something reasonable
(like 0.1BTC) and send the remainder back to the originating address,
I'd greatly appreciate it.  The originating address is:

1MANaTeEZoH4YkgMYz61E5y4s9BYhAuUjG

1MANaTeEZoH4YkgMYz61E5y4s9BYhAuUjG
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January 21, 2013, 04:01:03 PM
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What the hell is this "Dear users! Bitcoin, Yandex.Money and Webmoney payouts are temporarily unavailable due to technical reasons. We are sorry for inconvenience. "
Why not? Could you elaborate? what "technical reasons" do you have for disabling Bitcoin payouts?

Oh, I also had a fan spinout, and since 50btc doesnt notify users when thier miners are offline, I lost a long time worth of payment.
Its been what... Almost three months now since 50btc said "were working on it" for email notifications?

And your "exchange rates" are innacurate!, Dont put up stats if they are innaccurate!, You claim that (at the time of typing this, Server time 10:49PM) 1btc is worth 16.22USD, When the mtgox rate is 16.75usd, And Bitstamp is at 16.6usd!

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January 22, 2013, 03:17:54 PM
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And your "exchange rates" are innacurate!, Dont put up stats if they are innaccurate!, You claim that (at the time of typing this, Server time 10:49PM) 1btc is worth 16.22USD, When the mtgox rate is 16.75usd, And Bitstamp is at 16.6usd!
Why don't you blame Bitstamp for inaccuracy too? =)

Every agent has his own ex.rates. If you had chosen payout for your earned bitcoin at Server time 10:49PM -- you would have got exactly 16.22USD. I think it's quite accurate
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January 22, 2013, 05:18:28 PM
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Why don't you blame Bitstamp for inaccuracy too? =)

Every agent has his own ex.rates. If you had chosen payout for your earned bitcoin at Server time 10:49PM -- you would have got exactly 16.22USD. I think it's quite accurate
Well thats my point, they are paying at "thier own exchange rate" but they are stating what the "Exchange rates" are, without being specific about What/Who's exchange rate they are using. Wich happens to be thier own selfadjusting market undercut (wich everyone does for obvious reasons) by Roughly 35¢ per coin.

I dont count 50btc as a form of agent/ex.rate decider because they have no buy/sell system like mt.gox
They are auto undercuttuing the market as standard, and they have the right too, but it isnt your typical currency exchange and therefore should not depict what the btc going rate is.

They need to be more specific because a simple system like this will rake in thousands from amateurs and newbie miners.

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January 23, 2013, 10:43:54 AM
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what "technical reasons" do you have for disabling Bitcoin payouts?

Due to the sharp increase in the number of payments we ran all the reserves. This was fixed in two hours.

And your "exchange rates" are innacurate!, Dont put up stats if they are innaccurate!, You claim that (at the time of typing this, Server time 10:49PM) 1btc is worth 16.22USD, When the mtgox rate is 16.75usd, And Bitstamp is at 16.6usd!

Of course it is our internal exchange rates. Requesting payment you will receive as much as requested without any additional fees, in our view it is simple and transparent. By the way at the moment to withdraw USD is only possible for the Liberty Reserve.

50btc.com - PPS pool, instant payout (Visa, Liberty Reserve, QIWI, Yandex.Money, WebMoney,...), API, fast and responsible support, pay for stale shares.
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January 23, 2013, 11:04:05 AM
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We have some news.

First, we are glad to announce that our new pool-server is put into production - pool80.50btc.com, it's using port 80 for the Getwork and port 443 for the LP.
Server located in France.

Second, informing you about new payment rules for unregistered users.
Since february 1-st all payments  will be made weekly.
This solution  will allow us to reduce fees in subsequent users transactions. We have to mentioned that we faced several users complaints:
During transaction operation, which include large number of small fragments user can be charged high fees to pay.
The decrease number of daily transactions will enhance the speed of operations and reduce base growth.
Additionally, changes in payment rules will posititvely modify our servers loads, so payments will be proceed faster

So unregistered users will get their money weekly, but not daily. The beginning of the week it is the  will be a day when the user is logged.
In case you need daily payments, you can register and withdraw funds manually when it's necessary via regular payments.

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January 23, 2013, 02:10:14 PM
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what "technical reasons" do you have for disabling Bitcoin payouts?

1.)Due to the sharp increase in the number of payments we ran all the reserves. This was fixed in two hours.

And your "exchange rates" are innacurate!, Dont put up stats if they are innaccurate!, You claim that (at the time of typing this, Server time 10:49PM) 1btc is worth 16.22USD, When the mtgox rate is 16.75usd, And Bitstamp is at 16.6usd!

2.)Of course it is our internal exchange rates. Requesting payment you will receive as much as requested without any additional fees, in our view it is simple and transparent. By the way at the moment to withdraw USD is only possible for the Liberty Reserve.

1.)Thaaankyou, you could have been more specific in the first place
2.)Alright, And you have the right to do so, But you should atleast State that its your own internal exhange rate

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January 25, 2013, 01:07:21 PM
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Hi there,
I was recently messing around with raw transactions, and accidentally
sent the following:

http://blockchain.info/tx/f979f8c6e464fef59853c2bd302cc3cae47198d8613b51e846358aed3759883e

Notice the tx fee is 0.68 BTC...

Well, your pool solved the next block, and it's in there:

http://blockchain.info/block-index/336513/000000000000008cc53eb6ab52767d3f2f2ddc4fefb0952d1cd220b8b693d992

If you could be so kind as to reduce this fee to something reasonable
(like 0.1BTC) and send the remainder back to the originating address,
I'd greatly appreciate it.  The originating address is:

1MANaTeEZoH4YkgMYz61E5y4s9BYhAuUjG

We've sent tx refund back to your address. Have you saved raw transaction? May be you could post it here?

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January 25, 2013, 01:23:11 PM
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Any problems with the server right now? I have all nine of my rig showing offline in the dashboard and last share at 8:08am. Looking at BAMT all nine are still connected and accepted shares are going up. Any info would be great.
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January 26, 2013, 03:58:10 PM
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Any problems with the server right now? I have all nine of my rig showing offline in the dashboard and last share at 8:08am. Looking at BAMT all nine are still connected and accepted shares are going up. Any info would be great.

It was temporary stats failure, user of 2 our pool-servers were affected. Issue was fixed in couple hours, sorry for the inconvenience.

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January 30, 2013, 01:25:14 PM
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We have some news.

First, we are glad to announce that our new pool-server is put into production - pool80.50btc.com, it's using port 80 for the Getwork and port 443 for the LP.
Server located in France.

...

Hi my friends!
i'm trying to connect @ pool80 but i fail.

I want to use pool80.50btc.com because my test-pc is behind a firewall  with the 8332 port close.

my connection string is the follow (with Ufasoft client):

coin-miner.exe  -o http://pool80.50btc.com:80 -u myusername

but I receive an
 
HTTP 403: fordibben

error.
Can you show me some right connection string?
My firewall permit the access on the 80 & 443 port. I need for other ports?

thank you for your help!


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