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February 15, 2012, 07:41:17 PM
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Thanks for that, it was set on an old pool I was trying to set up.

I've changed the pool to an active one, how long until it becomes un-paused?

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February 15, 2012, 09:05:36 PM
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Question:  Can I set a PPS sell price relative to difficulty?  So it'll automatically change when difficulty changes?  I would like to do this, and offer my hashes for sale, but don't want to have to remember to check my prices every time the difficulty changes.

For now it doesn't really matter due to it being much higher than PPS but its a feature that's coming.
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What is much higher than PPS?  Isn't the PPS price set by the miners themselves?
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February 15, 2012, 10:35:16 PM
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PPS payed by gpumax is much higher than by deepbit, for exapmple
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February 15, 2012, 10:40:33 PM
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PPS payed by gpumax is much higher than by deepbit, for exapmple
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For Miners - Free
Manage your miner(s) on our website
Manage and track pools, shares, speeds and public work income. (See Below)
Lease your miner(s) to others earning additional income by setting a PPS price on your account that we pay directly to you when we use your miner(s) for public work sold through the website.
You will never make less than mining on your own.
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Unless the OP is outdated, it seems as though each miner can decide what PPS fee they want to set.  Obviously, they won't sell their hashes very often if they set it too high, but that's why I am wondering whether the PPS rate fluctuates with difficulty at all.  I would hate to set it to a certain amount, then have difficulty go down and I make less on the PPS route than I would have without dabbling in PPS.
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February 15, 2012, 10:51:22 PM
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PPS payed by gpumax is much higher than by deepbit, for exapmple
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For Miners - Free
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Lease your miner(s) to others earning additional income by setting a PPS price on your account that we pay directly to you when we use your miner(s) for public work sold through the website.
You will never make less than mining on your own.
Paid for public work with Bitcoins.

Unless the OP is outdated, it seems as though each miner can decide what PPS fee they want to set.  Obviously, they won't sell their hashes very often if they set it too high, but that's why I am wondering whether the PPS rate fluctuates with difficulty at all.  I would hate to set it to a certain amount, then have difficulty go down and I make less on the PPS route than I would have without dabbling in PPS.

He means it's currently much higher than expected PPS if you do the math for how much a share is worth on average.  Sure, if difficulty changes significantly, the going rate may change, but this is more of a market where you choose what you want and buyers either pay your fee, or your shares get passed through to your "private" pool.

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February 15, 2012, 10:59:54 PM
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What does it mean when I try to make a purchase and it says "price has expired"  I do not see a way to change the purchase price.  It is given to me, correct?

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February 15, 2012, 11:00:35 PM
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What does it mean when I try to make a purchase and it says "price has expired"  I do not see a way to change the purchase price.  It is given to me, correct?

Its a bug, refresh the page and try again.

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February 15, 2012, 11:26:57 PM
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PPS payed by gpumax is much higher than by deepbit, for exapmple
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For Miners - Free
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Manage and track pools, shares, speeds and public work income. (See Below)
Lease your miner(s) to others earning additional income by setting a PPS price on your account that we pay directly to you when we use your miner(s) for public work sold through the website.
You will never make less than mining on your own.
Paid for public work with Bitcoins.

Unless the OP is outdated, it seems as though each miner can decide what PPS fee they want to set.  Obviously, they won't sell their hashes very often if they set it too high, but that's why I am wondering whether the PPS rate fluctuates with difficulty at all.  I would hate to set it to a certain amount, then have difficulty go down and I make less on the PPS route than I would have without dabbling in PPS.

He means it's currently much higher than expected PPS if you do the math for how much a share is worth on average.  Sure, if difficulty changes significantly, the going rate may change, but this is more of a market where you choose what you want and buyers either pay your fee, or your shares get passed through to your "private" pool.
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What is "it"?  The current rate at which buyers are willing to pay?  Or something else?  Because as far as I can tell, miners set their own PPS fee.  I don't know what you mean when you say "it" is currently much higher than expected PPS.  I don't know what "it" means, or at what price, or if people are buying/not buying at that price.

Also, that is kind of my point.  If the rate that buyers are willing to buy at is 10% above calculated PPS, then I want my fee to automatically change whenever difficulty changes so I can keep my fee at 10% above calculated PPS.  Can GPUMax do this, or not?  I thought this would be a simple question...  You seem to imply that this cannot be done, but I still don't know for sure.  If not, the service is rather useless to me, since I don't want to have to worry about forgetting to reset my PPS fee every time the difficulty changes.  So, if not, then I would heavily suggest that GPUMax DOES implement a PPS fee setting for miners based on percentage above/below calculated PPS.
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February 15, 2012, 11:28:45 PM
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PPS payed by gpumax is much higher than by deepbit, for exapmple
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For Miners - Free
Manage your miner(s) on our website
Manage and track pools, shares, speeds and public work income. (See Below)
Lease your miner(s) to others earning additional income by setting a PPS price on your account that we pay directly to you when we use your miner(s) for public work sold through the website.
You will never make less than mining on your own.
Paid for public work with Bitcoins.

Unless the OP is outdated, it seems as though each miner can decide what PPS fee they want to set.  Obviously, they won't sell their hashes very often if they set it too high, but that's why I am wondering whether the PPS rate fluctuates with difficulty at all.  I would hate to set it to a certain amount, then have difficulty go down and I make less on the PPS route than I would have without dabbling in PPS.

He means it's currently much higher than expected PPS if you do the math for how much a share is worth on average.  Sure, if difficulty changes significantly, the going rate may change, but this is more of a market where you choose what you want and buyers either pay your fee, or your shares get passed through to your "private" pool.
*sigh*

What is "it"?  The current rate at which buyers are willing to pay?  Or something else?  Because as far as I can tell, miners set their own PPS fee.  I don't know what you mean when you say "it" is currently much higher than expected PPS.  I don't know what "it" means, or at what price, or if people are buying/not buying at that price.

Also, that is kind of my point.  If the rate that buyers are willing to buy at is 10% above calculated PPS, then I want my fee to automatically change whenever difficulty changes so I can keep my fee at 10% above calculated PPS.  Can GPUMax do this, or not?  I thought this would be a simple question...  You seem to imply that this cannot be done, but I still don't know for sure.  If not, the service is rather useless to me, since I don't want to have to worry about forgetting to reset my PPS fee every time the difficulty changes.  So, if not, then I would heavily suggest that GPUMax DOES implement a PPS fee setting for miners based on percentage above/below calculated PPS.

It's seriously that hard to go on a web site and make a small change once every 2 or so weeks?   Wow...just wow.
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February 15, 2012, 11:30:49 PM
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PPS payed by gpumax is much higher than by deepbit, for exapmple
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For Miners - Free
Manage your miner(s) on our website
Manage and track pools, shares, speeds and public work income. (See Below)
Lease your miner(s) to others earning additional income by setting a PPS price on your account that we pay directly to you when we use your miner(s) for public work sold through the website.
You will never make less than mining on your own.
Paid for public work with Bitcoins.

Unless the OP is outdated, it seems as though each miner can decide what PPS fee they want to set.  Obviously, they won't sell their hashes very often if they set it too high, but that's why I am wondering whether the PPS rate fluctuates with difficulty at all.  I would hate to set it to a certain amount, then have difficulty go down and I make less on the PPS route than I would have without dabbling in PPS.

He means it's currently much higher than expected PPS if you do the math for how much a share is worth on average.  Sure, if difficulty changes significantly, the going rate may change, but this is more of a market where you choose what you want and buyers either pay your fee, or your shares get passed through to your "private" pool.
*sigh*

What is "it"?  The current rate at which buyers are willing to pay?  Or something else?  Because as far as I can tell, miners set their own PPS fee.  I don't know what you mean when you say "it" is currently much higher than expected PPS.  I don't know what "it" means, or at what price, or if people are buying/not buying at that price.

Also, that is kind of my point.  If the rate that buyers are willing to buy at is 10% above calculated PPS, then I want my fee to automatically change whenever difficulty changes so I can keep my fee at 10% above calculated PPS.  Can GPUMax do this, or not?  I thought this would be a simple question...  You seem to imply that this cannot be done, but I still don't know for sure.  If not, the service is rather useless to me, since I don't want to have to worry about forgetting to reset my PPS fee every time the difficulty changes.  So, if not, then I would heavily suggest that GPUMax DOES implement a PPS fee setting for miners based on percentage above/below calculated PPS.

It's seriously that hard to go on a web site and make a small change once every 2 or so weeks?   Wow...just wow.
No - it's hard to REMEMBER to go on a web site and make a small change once every 2 or so weeks.  I have a busy life.  My miners have gone completely unadjusted for months, which is perfect for me.  I don't want downtime, because I might not realize that it happened until a week later.  I look for reliability, stability, and automation wherever possible.

Kids still in school, or bachelors without children, probably have a heck of a lot more free time to fiddle around with stuff like that than I do.  I want something I can set and forget.
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February 15, 2012, 11:42:09 PM
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No - it's hard to REMEMBER to go on a web site and make a small change once every 2 or so weeks.  I have a busy life.  My miners have gone completely unadjusted for months, which is perfect for me.  I don't want downtime, because I might not realize that it happened until a week later.  I look for reliability, stability, and automation wherever possible.

Kids still in school, or bachelors without children, probably have a heck of a lot more free time to fiddle around with stuff like that than I do.  I want something I can set and forget.

then don't use gpumax.  Plain and simple. Your miners will continue to function just like they did before GPUMax.  If, however, you want to make a little more than you normally would, you'll have to invest a little more effort.  Why is that so bad?  You want more for nothing? Now you're starting to sound like the kids today.

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February 15, 2012, 11:45:00 PM
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No - it's hard to REMEMBER to go on a web site and make a small change once every 2 or so weeks.  I have a busy life.  My miners have gone completely unadjusted for months, which is perfect for me.  I don't want downtime, because I might not realize that it happened until a week later.  I look for reliability, stability, and automation wherever possible.

Kids still in school, or bachelors without children, probably have a heck of a lot more free time to fiddle around with stuff like that than I do.  I want something I can set and forget.

then don't use gpumax.  Plain and simple. Your miners will continue to function just like they did before GPUMax.  If, however, you want to make a little more than you normally would, you'll have to invest a little more effort.  Why is that so bad?  You want more for nothing? Now you're starting to sound like the kids today.
Why is it wrong to want things to be easier/more efficient?  Should we go back to plowing fields by hand?

I might still give GPUMax a try - I am just disappointed in the lack of that particular option.  It wouldn't be difficult for them to add, so I hope they consider it.
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February 15, 2012, 11:46:00 PM
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No - it's hard to REMEMBER to go on a web site and make a small change once every 2 or so weeks.  I have a busy life.  My miners have gone completely unadjusted for months, which is perfect for me.  I don't want downtime, because I might not realize that it happened until a week later.  I look for reliability, stability, and automation wherever possible.

Kids still in school, or bachelors without children, probably have a heck of a lot more free time to fiddle around with stuff like that than I do.  I want something I can set and forget.

then don't use gpumax.  Plain and simple. Your miners will continue to function just like they did before GPUMax.  If, however, you want to make a little more than you normally would, you'll have to invest a little more effort.  Why is that so bad?  You want more for nothing? Now you're starting to sound like the kids today.
Why is it wrong to want things to be easier/more efficient?  Should we go back to plowing fields by hand?

I might still give GPUMax a try - I am just disappointed in the lack of that particular option.  It wouldn't be difficult for them to add, so I hope they consider it.

We are Beta and focused on much bigger things than luxury items. Smiley

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Plus, he already answered your question (no, it's not currently possible), and told you it's on the TODO list.  I agree it's a valuable feature, and so does he, but this is a BETA, you will have to have some patience to participate.

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February 15, 2012, 11:57:17 PM
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Is there a way to pre-load our accounts with funds, so that we can make purchases when we want and don't need to wait for the confirmations to come through.

Also current balance from workers would be nice to see.

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No - it's hard to REMEMBER to go on a web site and make a small change once every 2 or so weeks.  I have a busy life.  My miners have gone completely unadjusted for months, which is perfect for me.  I don't want downtime, because I might not realize that it happened until a week later.  I look for reliability, stability, and automation wherever possible.

Kids still in school, or bachelors without children, probably have a heck of a lot more free time to fiddle around with stuff like that than I do.  I want something I can set and forget.

then don't use gpumax.  Plain and simple. Your miners will continue to function just like they did before GPUMax.  If, however, you want to make a little more than you normally would, you'll have to invest a little more effort.  Why is that so bad?  You want more for nothing? Now you're starting to sound like the kids today.
Why is it wrong to want things to be easier/more efficient?  Should we go back to plowing fields by hand?

I might still give GPUMax a try - I am just disappointed in the lack of that particular option.  It wouldn't be difficult for them to add, so I hope they consider it.

We are Beta and focused on much bigger things than luxury items. Smiley
Fair enough, I didn't realize this was a beta either.
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February 16, 2012, 12:06:41 AM
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Fair enough, I didn't realize this was a beta either.

Your college degree didn't teach you how to read?

From http://www.gpumax.com.. "Be one of the first to experience the easiest way to buy and sell shares. Enter your email below to get notified when there are beta invites available."

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Fair enough, I didn't realize this was a beta either.

Your college degree didn't teach you how to read?

From http://www.gpumax.com.. "Be one of the first to experience the easiest way to buy and sell shares. Enter your email below to get notified when there are beta invites available."

The bolding is my own.
Hey now, where'd you get college degree from?

I didn't even have a look at the site myself yet; I was just reading through the thread.  And I didn't read the whole OP because it was long, and boring.  I skimmed it.  Now that I look more closely, I see that beta was included near the bottom.  My mistake for not reading that far, but that's no reason for you to make sarcastic remarks regarding my education.
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February 16, 2012, 01:43:34 AM
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Fair enough, I didn't realize this was a beta either.

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Grin I must admit, I'm an asshat that makes up quotes!

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