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February 15, 2012, 10:17:28 PM
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http://static.blockchain.info/pools.png?format=png

What's up with that? Two huge chunks of "unknown"? Whatever happened to Deepbit's domination? What's going on?

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February 15, 2012, 10:22:44 PM
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There was a post in the blockchain.info thread stating that the pool charts were a bit broken.  Generally any time you notice ANY strangeness in a hash rate chart, it's related to a problem with the chart generation or a DDoS.

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February 15, 2012, 10:22:59 PM
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http://static.blockchain.info/pools.png?format=png

What's up with that? Two huge chunks of "unknown"? Whatever happened to Deepbit's domination? What's going on?
Stop worrying, and instead trot on over to blockchain.info's thread to find out what's up. No need to start a thread with such an attention getting and inflammatory title, when the only problem is that the statistics are a bit messed up due to a server outage.

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February 15, 2012, 10:26:11 PM
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There was a post in the blockchain.info thread stating that the pool charts were a bit broken.  Generally any time you notice ANY strangeness in a hash rate chart, it's related to a problem with the chart generation or a DDoS.

Thats kinda a bad dichotomy.

General 1: "Any time this light flashes either we are under imminent nuclear attack and should launch our nuclear arsenal immediately, OR there is a short in the wire in which case launching would start the nuclear war we thought had already begun"

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February 15, 2012, 10:45:09 PM
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There was a post in the blockchain.info thread stating that the pool charts were a bit broken.  Generally any time you notice ANY strangeness in a hash rate chart, it's related to a problem with the chart generation or a DDoS.

Thats kinda a bad dichotomy.

General 1: "Any time this light flashes either we are under imminent nuclear attack and should launch our nuclear arsenal immediately, OR there is a short in the wire in which case launching would start the nuclear war we thought had already begun"

Light:  <flash flash>

General 2: Huh
Well, those really are the two things that make these types of charts act strange.  And in the case of a DDoS, miners tend to post a couple dozen threads about three seconds after it starts, so they're not too hard to spot.

Although I did miss one that affect charts using Pool APIs to determine things like hash rate:  The pool API reporting bad info (one pool becomes way larger on the chart than they should) or no info at all (they disappear from the chart and Unknown grows to compensate).  Blockchain.info doesn't use that method though, so its not a problem.

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November 01, 2013, 09:50:50 PM
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 this website has a lot more informations about hashrate charts , hashrate distribution , bitcoin network difficulty and more
http://www.vnbitcoin.org/bitcoinhashrateandmarket.php
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