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January 19, 2012, 06:12:31 AM
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Alex's Pool

I've been running a private pool for my friends and myself for the past two months. We have found our first block and are now accepting public beta registrations. The development of this pool will be very user driven, so feel free to join and send me your opinions, so we can build a great pool!

  • Proportional
  • 1% fee during beta
  • <1% stale
  • JSON pool stats
  • User stats on the way...
  • Anti-DOS
  • SSL encrypted

We're currently offering a 3 BTC bonus for the next block finder! Grin

The website is located at pool.schaetter.us
Mine at pool.schaetter.us:8337
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January 19, 2012, 07:47:29 AM
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Nice pool, no stales
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March 07, 2012, 08:02:42 PM
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Pool is down?
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March 08, 2012, 04:17:24 PM
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There goes 99.9% uptime
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March 09, 2012, 02:05:38 AM
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*sniff* ... Smells like A1 sauce, to me. 

If you're searching these lines for a point, you've probably missed it.  There was never anything there in the first place.
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March 09, 2012, 02:09:46 AM
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*sniff* ... Smells like A1 sauce, to me. 


i was thinkin the same thing.. just waiting for someone else to say it haha

poop!
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March 09, 2012, 07:09:35 AM
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smells like trolls are invading that topic

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March 11, 2012, 06:32:04 AM
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Date Registered:   December 31, 2011, 06:42:43 PM
Last Active:   March 09, 2012, 11:46:24 PM

Um, what's the story?

Dude, what's up with the hashes?

Welcome to Alex's Pool! Please login or join us to get detailed stats and graphs relating to your hashing!

Top 30 Hashrates
Rank   User Name   MH/s   BTC/Day
1    Endeavour79   22    0.016


Top 30 Lifetime Shares
Rank   User Name   Shares
1    cashdollars100   1,620,128
2   alex   1,598,807
3   ccbiker   335,872
4   RedPenguin   292,929
5   bossmadness   200,088
6   molly   64,610
7   CCCP   63,984
8   MartyChubbs   34,167
9   whealbit   4,938
10   simonk83   2,219
11   kulcris   2,014
12   Ruger   1,814
13   Endeavour79   444
14   clipseza   253
15   ewilex   241
16   dsc511   152
17   amazingrando   21
18   czarnicholas2k   0
19   USSR   0
20   gugugugu   0
21   nmat   0
22   rampone   0
23   joulesbeef   0
24   GenTarkin   0
25   bitone   0
Server Stats
Pool Hash Rate   0.022 Ghashes/s
Pool Efficiency   99.30%
Current Users Mining   1
Current Total Miners   1
Current Block   167,933
Current Difficulty   1,376,302
Last Block Found   157,132
Est. Time To Find Block   74,636 Hours 2 Minutes
Time Since Last Block   1741 Hours 10 Minutes
Last 5 Blocks Found - All Blocks Found
Block   Confirms   Finder   Time
157,132   Done   alex   2011-12-11 04:36:01 PM
Blocks Found Over Last Week
Feb 17   Feb 18   Feb 19   Feb 20   Feb 21   Feb 22
Alex's Pool   0   0   0   0   0   0
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March 12, 2012, 02:44:01 AM
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Long story short, it looks like just about everyone has given up mining here, myself included.

I pointed miners here 24/7 and purchased shares from GPUMax. Between the loss of normal mining proceeds and the cost of shares at GPUMax, it doesn't make tons of sense paying for a VPS that has been inactive for over a month.

I'm open to discussion about different ways to encourage a sustainable hashrate and start finding blocks, but I honestly feel that it's time to cut my losses and wash my hands of this project. The community seems to be moving towards p2pool, DGM, and other hop-proof methods to prevent situations just like this one. We should leave proportional to the pros like Tycho. I mean, do we really need another dead prop pool like Bloody's?

I'd like to attempt to shake off any stench of A1 sauce by offering to pay PPS from my personal wallet for the shares that anyone wasted with me in this experiment. It could be a few days before I can get to the database and make manual payouts, but feel free to post your payout address if you wish to be paid publicly.

It was a fun experiment, albeit an expensive one, but it's about time to move on before the situation gets any more sour. Embarrassed
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March 12, 2012, 02:45:35 AM
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Long story short, it looks like just about everyone has given up mining here, myself included.

I pointed miners here 24/7 and purchased shares from GPUMax. Between the loss of normal mining proceeds and the cost of shares at GPUMax, it doesn't make tons of sense paying for a VPS that has been inactive for over a month.

I'm open to discussion about different ways to encourage a sustainable hashrate and start finding blocks, but I honestly feel that it's time to cut my losses and wash my hands of this project. The community seems to be moving towards p2pool, DGM, and other hop-proof methods to prevent situations just like this one. We should leave proportional to the pros like Tycho. I mean, do we really need another dead prop pool like Bloody's?

I'd like to attempt to shake off any stench of A1 sauce by offering to pay PPS from my personal wallet for the shares that anyone wasted with me in this experiment. It could be a few days before I can get to the database and make manual payouts, but feel free to post your payout address if you wish to be paid publicly.

It was a fun experiment, albeit an expensive one, but it's about time to move on before the situation gets any more sour. Embarrassed
My commendations to you for closing down the right way, and not cutting and running.

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March 12, 2012, 02:48:55 AM
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My commendations to you for closing down the right way, and not cutting and running.

Indeed... seconded.

If you're searching these lines for a point, you've probably missed it.  There was never anything there in the first place.
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March 12, 2012, 02:43:43 PM
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My commendations to you for closing down the right way, and not cutting and running.

Indeed... seconded.

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