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Sukrim
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February 28, 2012, 01:42:33 PM
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They can write what they want here...

Either they are trustworthy and you can believe what they say here which wouldn't change anything
OR
they are liars but there's no way I know of to be sure that they aren't - short of solving a Bitcoin block from that pool yourself (good luck with that!).
In the end there's no way currently to verify any claims of any poolop here (but also no way to falsify, so you can't see if someone's lying either), it's all about trust.

The real question should be btw.:
"Poolops, where do your getworks come from, to which chain(s) do they fit and which transactions do get included?"

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February 28, 2012, 02:03:04 PM
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Eligius is experimental, and I don't consider it appropriate to guarantee any single behaviour. My current project for Eligius is enabling miners to do realtime auditing and block customization (like p2pool).

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February 28, 2012, 04:05:25 PM
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Eligius is experimental, and I don't consider it appropriate to guarantee any single behaviour. My current project for Eligius is enabling miners to do realtime auditing and block customization (like p2pool).

Does Eligius attack alt chains? (sorry for the off topic)

Yes, it does. It seeks out alt chains to destroy them, like a fucking death star, all fuckin' Darth Luke, nigga.

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