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July 26, 2014, 04:17:11 PM
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hey guys, I have lowered the payout threshhold to 0.5 BTCD on BTCDPool.com - next payout cycle will include everyone over 0.5 BTCD

great news! i hope see my payout very soon!!  Grin

I've mined there for a day which should result in well over 0.5BTCD, yet still no automated payout. He also isn't replying to message or in the threads. Will stay away for now until he responses and clears things up.

Have you used my pool? The official BTCD multipool: http://btcd.xpool.ca

Cheers!

Why not implement password d=XXXX so that competent miners can set their own difficulty?
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July 26, 2014, 04:20:58 PM
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July 26, 2014, 04:25:00 PM
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hey guys, I have lowered the payout threshhold to 0.5 BTCD on BTCDPool.com - next payout cycle will include everyone over 0.5 BTCD

great news! i hope see my payout very soon!!  Grin

I've mined there for a day which should result in well over 0.5BTCD, yet still no automated payout. He also isn't replying to message or in the threads. Will stay away for now until he responses and clears things up.

Have you used my pool? The official BTCD multipool: http://btcd.xpool.ca

Cheers!

Why not implement password d=XXXX so that competent miners can set their own difficulty?

There's no need to make it more complicated than it has to be. I've made adjustments and tweaks to stratum already based on feedback from miners... Haven't heard any issues since.

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July 26, 2014, 04:37:07 PM
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hey guys, I have lowered the payout threshhold to 0.5 BTCD on BTCDPool.com - next payout cycle will include everyone over 0.5 BTCD

great news! i hope see my payout very soon!!  Grin

I've mined there for a day which should result in well over 0.5BTCD, yet still no automated payout. He also isn't replying to message or in the threads. Will stay away for now until he responses and clears things up.

Have you used my pool? The official BTCD multipool: http://btcd.xpool.ca

Cheers!

I have tried it and I can say that if I mine LTC and exchange it for BTCD is x3 more profitable.

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July 26, 2014, 05:01:43 PM
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hey all
sorry, the automated payout system had gone into MANUAL mode last night so I kicked it off early this morning. (it had because I had forgot to re-enable one of the sanity checks that it uses so the sanity check had failed and it only sends out the automated payouts if the sanity checks all pass.
everyone in excess of 0.5 btcd has been paid out, please post in this thread if you did not receieve your payout.  there is also a worker who is owed ~11 btcd who was not using a valid BTCD address as the worker name.  if you own that worker, please pm the full worker name (and your correct BTCD address) so that I can get you your coins!

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July 26, 2014, 05:07:00 PM
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very cheap coin ...with 900 gh/s you make only 4-5 btcd.

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July 26, 2014, 05:10:32 PM
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ps james should hold training sessions for other coin developers and teach them a few things about how to responsibly develop crypto coins.  i've never seen such consistant clear communication as well as actual progress, and the fud trolls don't even phase him - it just rolls right off like water off a duck's back.
there are lots of coins that would give just about anything to have a developer of his calibre working on their coin - we are extremely fortunate to be holding onto this coin thanks to his (and many others) efforts!
 
Thank you all for all of your work so far!!!

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July 26, 2014, 05:17:12 PM
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hey guys, I have lowered the payout threshhold to 0.5 BTCD on BTCDPool.com - next payout cycle will include everyone over 0.5 BTCD

great news! i hope see my payout very soon!!  Grin

I've mined there for a day which should result in well over 0.5BTCD, yet still no automated payout. He also isn't replying to message or in the threads. Will stay away for now until he responses and clears things up.

Have you used my pool? The official BTCD multipool: http://btcd.xpool.ca

Cheers!

I have tried it and I can say that if I mine LTC and exchange it for BTCD is x3 more profitable.

Yeah was a bad day for scrypt at xpool, but honestly, the payments have always been on time and the pool has been reliable since launch.  You really can't make an opinion on 1 or 2 days of mining on a new multipool, unfortunately many do which stunts the growth.  More hashes would definately help avoid the good/bad days.
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July 26, 2014, 05:23:17 PM
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hey guys, I have lowered the payout threshhold to 0.5 BTCD on BTCDPool.com - next payout cycle will include everyone over 0.5 BTCD

great news! i hope see my payout very soon!!  Grin

I've mined there for a day which should result in well over 0.5BTCD, yet still no automated payout. He also isn't replying to message or in the threads. Will stay away for now until he responses and clears things up.

Have you used my pool? The official BTCD multipool: http://btcd.xpool.ca

Cheers!

Why not implement password d=XXXX so that competent miners can set their own difficulty?

i would also agree with this, you need a dificulty set by pass, i tried with my GPU that is about 2.5mh on x11 and there is no point to have a vardif of 0.004 and somethimes 0.008 when it could be at least 0.01 for 2.5mh having a diff of 0.004 its just a waste of resources
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July 26, 2014, 05:46:01 PM
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James woke up this morning on his money sheeeiit.

Grab his laptop, hit the streets, he's on some other sheeeiiit.

His girl outta town, he's with his other bitch.

Hit Overstock, blew the premine on a bunch of shiiiit.

Then hit bitcointalk and turn this thread to a mosh pit.

Then hit bitcointalk and turn this thread to a mosh pit!

Then hit bitcointalk and turn this thread to a mosh pit!!!



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KNByf1o4T_8
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July 26, 2014, 05:55:32 PM
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James woke up this morning on his money sheeeiit.

Grab his laptop, hit the streets, he's on some other sheeeiiit.

His girl outta town, he's with his other bitch.

Hit Overstock, blew the premine on a bunch of shiiiit.

Then hit bitcointalk and turn this thread to a mosh pit.

Then hit bitcointalk and turn this thread to a mosh pit!

Then hit bitcointalk and turn this thread to a mosh pit!!!



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KNByf1o4T_8
Holy shit, do this stupid rapper know what is mosh pit anyway?
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July 26, 2014, 05:59:51 PM
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James woke up this morning on his money sheeeiit.

Grab his laptop, hit the streets, he's on some other sheeeiiit.

His girl outta town, he's with his other bitch.

Hit Overstock, blew the premine on a bunch of shiiiit.

Then hit bitcointalk and turn this thread to a mosh pit.

Then hit bitcointalk and turn this thread to a mosh pit!

Then hit bitcointalk and turn this thread to a mosh pit!!!



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KNByf1o4T_8
Holy shit, do this stupid rapper know what is mosh pit anyway?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ql4qxin7p6I
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July 26, 2014, 06:02:06 PM
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James woke up this morning on his money sheeeiit.

Grab his laptop, hit the streets, he's on some other sheeeiiit.

His girl outta town, he's with his other bitch.

Hit Overstock, blew the premine on a bunch of shiiiit.

Then hit bitcointalk and turn this thread to a mosh pit.

Then hit bitcointalk and turn this thread to a mosh pit!

Then hit bitcointalk and turn this thread to a mosh pit!!!



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KNByf1o4T_8
Holy shit, do this stupid rapper know what is mosh pit anyway?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ql4qxin7p6I
+1 now that is a real mosh pit Smiley
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July 26, 2014, 06:21:34 PM
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James woke up this morning on his money sheeeiit.

Grab his laptop, hit the streets, he's on some other sheeeiiit.

His girl outta town, he's with his other bitch.

Hit Overstock, blew the premine on a bunch of shiiiit.

Then hit bitcointalk and turn this thread to a mosh pit.

Then hit bitcointalk and turn this thread to a mosh pit!

Then hit bitcointalk and turn this thread to a mosh pit!!!



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KNByf1o4T_8
Holy shit, do this stupid rapper know what is mosh pit anyway?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ql4qxin7p6I
+1 now that is a real mosh pit Smiley

Someone has responded with a video of a real mosh pit every time I have posted this.
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July 26, 2014, 08:02:01 PM
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ok so I've been reading about POS trying to figure out why I have such a low rate of accepted mined blocks on my wallet (like 2 accepted out of 12!). My understanding till now is that when my stake finds a POS block it gets broadcasted to the network, but at almost the same time another person finds a block, so we get a fork then the longer chain gets accepted. Since I have such a low rate, I think I'm not connected to enough nodes (or not connected to important nodes) so my found block gets broadcasted much slower and I end up losing it because the larger part of the network has established another one. Does that make sense?

In that case is there a config file or a list of nodes to connect to and get a better penetration into the network?

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July 26, 2014, 08:05:45 PM
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ok so I've been reading about POS trying to figure out why I have such a low rate of accepted mined blocks on my wallet (like 2 accepted out of 12!). My understanding till now is that when my stake finds a POS block it gets broadcasted to the network, but at almost the same time another person finds a block, so we get a fork then the longer chain gets accepted. Since I have such a low rate, I think I'm not connected to enough nodes (or not connected to important nodes) so my found block gets broadcasted much slower and I end up losing it because the larger part of the network has established another one. Does that make sense?

In that case is there a config file or a list of nodes to connect to and get a better penetration into the network?

Are you using the conf file from the op?
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July 26, 2014, 08:10:07 PM
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I had lots of problems getting a new wallet to sync when I was using a bunch of the newer addnodes - kept getting stuck on different blocks.  I posted once about this pages ago.

Just use a single addnode line in your config, and have it be the original one that we all used when we first got the wallets working:

addnode=107.170.59.196

at least one of those other addnodes from the OP is botched somehow.  Try and fire up a new wallet with a -datadir= parameter and a whole new config file and see what i mean.

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July 26, 2014, 08:16:38 PM
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ok so I've been reading about POS trying to figure out why I have such a low rate of accepted mined blocks on my wallet (like 2 accepted out of 12!). My understanding till now is that when my stake finds a POS block it gets broadcasted to the network, but at almost the same time another person finds a block, so we get a fork then the longer chain gets accepted. Since I have such a low rate, I think I'm not connected to enough nodes (or not connected to important nodes) so my found block gets broadcasted much slower and I end up losing it because the larger part of the network has established another one. Does that make sense?

In that case is there a config file or a list of nodes to connect to and get a better penetration into the network?

Are you using the conf file from the op?

aaaah now I see the config parameters, I somehow just skipped over that and have no config file in my wallet  Grin
I'll try that now.

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July 26, 2014, 08:36:45 PM
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I had lots of problems getting a new wallet to sync when I was using a bunch of the newer addnodes - kept getting stuck on different blocks.  I posted once about this pages ago.

Just use a single addnode line in your config, and have it be the original one that we all used when we first got the wallets working:

addnode=107.170.59.196

at least one of those other addnodes from the OP is botched somehow.  Try and fire up a new wallet with a -datadir= parameter and a whole new config file and see what i mean.

not quite familiar with that, what is -datadir= parameter and how do I fire up the new wallet with it Tongue
(currently trying the entire conf parameters from the op)


edit: time for me to sleep, will see tomorrow whether it worked Smiley

thanks a lot guys!

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Go BTCD, Go Go!
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