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December 17, 2011, 07:36:52 PM
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I was calculate whether I'm wrong or not, but I think deepbit is stealing 0.5 coins from one block!!
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December 17, 2011, 07:38:51 PM
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it's the fee that they charge
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December 18, 2011, 03:05:29 PM
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Your calculations are wrong...

They clearly indicate that they charge 3% on their proportional system, and 10% on their PPS.

3% of 50 BTC is 1.5 BTC, which deepbit takes in any case.

There are other pools that do not charge such insane high fee's...   I'd recommend not using pools that are that expensive...
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December 19, 2011, 09:42:51 AM
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I hate going through 3rd parties for payments. The two things that shouldn't exist in bitcoin are the mining pools and the exchanges. Reason is because they are making bitcoin centralized. All the BTC are going through the biggest exchanges and all the computing power is gathered together in the largest mining pools. If the banks felt threatened and bitcoin became outlawed all the exchanges would be shut down and you wouldn't be able to exchange your fiat for bitcoin. If the largest mining pools were hijacked then there is the possibility that the network could be overtaken because that's where the majority of the computing power is. We need a decentralized exchange and decentralized mining. When we have those things bitcoin will be much more stable in my opinion.
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December 19, 2011, 05:04:34 PM
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I hate going through 3rd parties for payments. The two things that shouldn't exist in bitcoin are the mining pools and the exchanges. Reason is because they are making bitcoin centralized. All the BTC are going through the biggest exchanges and all the computing power is gathered together in the largest mining pools. If the banks felt threatened and bitcoin became outlawed all the exchanges would be shut down and you wouldn't be able to exchange your fiat for bitcoin. If the largest mining pools were hijacked then there is the possibility that the network could be overtaken because that's where the majority of the computing power is. We need a decentralized exchange and decentralized mining. When we have those things bitcoin will be much more stable in my opinion.
The problem is that mining pools are the only interesting option for people which doesn't have a mining rig.

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December 19, 2011, 09:23:18 PM
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they are stealing the coins from the botnet guys
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