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November 02, 2014, 09:11:30 AM
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Block 328152 found by user 4f36fd12 earning them 0.04461381 in transaction fees.

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November 02, 2014, 09:11:46 AM
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Thats the way I want my blocks found!  Cool

i agree. great quick service by pool op. quick cashout and rolling right into the next block.
bring it on!

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November 02, 2014, 12:08:24 PM
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seeing a lot of rejects all of a sudden... someone doesn't understand difficulty levels again?

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November 02, 2014, 02:52:32 PM
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Block 328152 found by user 4f36fd12 earning them 0.04461381 in transaction fees.

Thanks, mmpool!  Glad we hit a block with under 50th. Is the extortionist taken care of?  Pool update?

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November 02, 2014, 02:56:29 PM
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 I have decided to give a trust rating to you.  I was paid over 3btc for this block and you handled the ddos attack well. Thanks.

Your trust below:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=trust;u=308507




I actually think  anyone he paid off of this block should consider giving him a trust.
 Just think if he said I can't stop the attack. Or said he was paying the guy off.  With funds from the next block.
 Instead  he came up with a work around and we soon reached that block.


 Thanks again.

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November 02, 2014, 03:14:05 PM
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I have decided to give a trust rating to you.  I was paid over 3btc for this block and you handled the ddos attack well. Thanks.

Your trust below:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=trust;u=308507




I actually think  anyone he paid off of this block should consider giving him a trust.
 Just think if he said I can't stop the attack. Or said he was paying the guy off.  With funds from the next block.
 Instead  he came up with a work around and we soon reached that block.


 Thanks again.

Trusted!

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November 02, 2014, 03:26:36 PM
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Great way to wake up on a Sunday! I was just going to check my hash rate and bam we found a block. Thank you so much mmpool. Although I didn't have as much BTC at stake as Philipma1957 I too was worried when the DDOS happened. I shall take the advice of Philipma and leave trust, thats the least I could do, and so should anyone else who was in the pool at the time. Thanks again mmpool, keeping all I got pointed your way, and when the new gear comes in i'll add that as well.
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November 02, 2014, 09:47:50 PM
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I can't say that the history of this pool hasn't been interesting! Bravo mmpool, Bravo.

Cheers!
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November 03, 2014, 12:11:10 AM
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Thanks, mmpool!  Glad we hit a block with under 50th. Is the extortionist taken care of?  Pool update?
Thanks for the trust and kind words everyone!  I haven't heard from the extortionist so hopefully they've gone away. I'll be getting the pool going on port 80 again in the next 24 hours or so and then everything should be back to normal.

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November 03, 2014, 12:55:42 AM
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I loved mining at this pool, but the long blocks have become a killer for anyone who hopes to ROI.
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November 03, 2014, 04:19:35 PM
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I loved mining at this pool, but the long blocks have become a killer for anyone who hopes to ROI.

The amount of time it takes for blocks to be found in the long rounds are balanced by shorter rounds. It makes no difference to your ROI whatsoever. Earnings are averaged and your mining method is only relevant to how long you are willing to wait for payments not the amount that you will earn.


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November 03, 2014, 05:51:26 PM
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i'm gonna drop my hashrate for a bit... i feel like i'm solo mining (more than a third of the pool!)

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November 03, 2014, 06:01:43 PM
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I loved mining at this pool, but the long blocks have become a killer for anyone who hopes to ROI.

The amount of time it takes for blocks to be found in the long rounds are balanced by shorter rounds. It makes no difference to your ROI whatsoever. Earnings are averaged and your mining method is only relevant to how long you are willing to wait for payments not the amount that you will earn.


  this is pretty much true. luck levels out .


the risk to this pool was shown by that ddos shit head.

 If he had been able to lock the pool down hard I was running at a 3.3 btc level more then 1k in payouts. I was pointing about 9th here.

 I am now rotating hashrate since I don't want to sweat some a-hole locking me into a corner.  I now have 8 or 9 th mixed around 4 or 5 pools.

I am look to put in 2 more units of s-3's this thursday they will point here.

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November 03, 2014, 10:20:55 PM
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I loved mining at this pool, but the long blocks have become a killer for anyone who hopes to ROI.

The amount of time it takes for blocks to be found in the long rounds are balanced by shorter rounds. It makes no difference to your ROI whatsoever. Earnings are averaged and your mining method is only relevant to how long you are willing to wait for payments not the amount that you will earn.


  this is pretty much true. luck levels out .


the risk to this pool was shown by that ddos shit head.

 If he had been able to lock the pool down hard I was running at a 3.3 btc level more then 1k in payouts. I was pointing about 9th here.

 I am now rotating hashrate since I don't want to sweat some a-hole locking me into a corner.  I now have 8 or 9 th mixed around 4 or 5 pools.

I am look to put in 2 more units of s-3's this thursday they will point here.

If mmpool can verify that the ddos vulnerability has been mitigated, I think it should be safer than before to mine here.

My 2 sat.

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November 03, 2014, 10:29:39 PM
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I loved mining at this pool, but the long blocks have become a killer for anyone who hopes to ROI.

The amount of time it takes for blocks to be found in the long rounds are balanced by shorter rounds. It makes no difference to your ROI whatsoever. Earnings are averaged and your mining method is only relevant to how long you are willing to wait for payments not the amount that you will earn.


  this is pretty much true. luck levels out .


the risk to this pool was shown by that ddos shit head.

 If he had been able to lock the pool down hard I was running at a 3.3 btc level more then 1k in payouts. I was pointing about 9th here.

 I am now rotating hashrate since I don't want to sweat some a-hole locking me into a corner.  I now have 8 or 9 th mixed around 4 or 5 pools.

I am look to put in 2 more units of s-3's this thursday they will point here.

If mmpool can verify that the ddos vulnerability has been mitigated, I think it should be safer than before to mine here.

My 2 sat.


well, that may be correct, however... as the attack did no damage, either to miners stats or credit earnings, I've got no problems, even if it were to happen again, i'm quite happy mining over Tor. it's no big deal, and whoever thinks that they can get away with picking on little pools... ought to go try attacking something more worthwhile. If it happens again, i'm still not budging, lest, it be onto the Tor proxy

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November 04, 2014, 01:15:22 AM
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I loved mining at this pool, but the long blocks have become a killer for anyone who hopes to ROI.

The amount of time it takes for blocks to be found in the long rounds are balanced by shorter rounds. It makes no difference to your ROI whatsoever. Earnings are averaged and your mining method is only relevant to how long you are willing to wait for payments not the amount that you will earn.


 this is pretty much true. luck levels out .


the risk to this pool was shown by that ddos shit head.

 If he had been able to lock the pool down hard I was running at a 3.3 btc level more then 1k in payouts. I was pointing about 9th here.

 I am now rotating hashrate since I don't want to sweat some a-hole locking me into a corner.  I now have 8 or 9 th mixed around 4 or 5 pools.

I am look to put in 2 more units of s-3's this thursday they will point here.

If mmpool can verify that the ddos vulnerability has been mitigated, I think it should be safer than before to mine here.

My 2 sat.


well, that may be correct, however... as the attack did no damage, either to miners stats or credit earnings, I've got no problems, even if it were to happen again, i'm quite happy mining over Tor. it's no big deal, and whoever thinks that they can get away with picking on little pools... ought to go try attacking something more worthwhile. If it happens again, i'm still not budging, lest, it be onto the Tor proxy

Smiley


 I will still send hash power here.  
I am waiting on s-3's this week they will go here.
 I have a small guy pointed here in the meantime.

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November 04, 2014, 05:28:42 PM
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wonky  Undecided

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November 04, 2014, 05:46:17 PM
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the Pool is down again. Is this intentional or is our bastard friend back?

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November 04, 2014, 08:03:16 PM
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the Pool is down again. Is this intentional or is our bastard friend back?

yeah same question here are you shifting the server around or has the a-hole reappeared?

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November 05, 2014, 12:04:36 AM
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the Pool is down again. Is this intentional or is our bastard friend back?

yeah same question here are you shifting the server around or has the a-hole reappeared?
  look to be back up!

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