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August 24, 2018, 02:09:17 PM
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DOUBTCLE MINT, DOUBTCLE MINT BTCLOCK!!!

Chew on that! Grin

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August 24, 2018, 02:43:53 PM
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^^
I opened the email and assumed it was some sort if phishing attempt  glad I already made my mind up to never order from them.

Considering how often there database gets hacked I'd hate to have valuable information about myself there.

Right? No more Bitmain for me...

Swore off of them after I burned the last of my $200 coupons on now worthless L3s (with the coupons, they were very cheap).  Actually losing a few cents a day mining with those now.

In related news, did everyone catch that China is going to IP block another 100+ exchanges from their citizens?  They already banned exchanges within their country, so this will be the Poloniex's of the world going away for them.  Bitcoin must be worth something if they are so afraid of it, but that is sure not going to help the current recovery.

Well, the S9 is also a couple of cents after power costs.
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August 24, 2018, 06:24:46 PM
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^^
I opened the email and assumed it was some sort if phishing attempt  glad I already made my mind up to never order from them.

Considering how often there database gets hacked I'd hate to have valuable information about myself there.

Right? No more Bitmain for me...

Same here!
Been off the forum for a while...for Discord...anyway, yeah, I got that e-mail and blew a cork. NFW.

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August 24, 2018, 09:19:24 PM
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Well... Looks like were up to ~225PH with the (non-failover-looking) addition of 3B4... Cool

Welcome aboard, stick around for a while, and take part in the BTC giveaway!

Best of luck getting a block once you ramp up.

Edit: Aaaaaannnddd... He's gone.

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August 25, 2018, 09:32:37 AM
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What is the reason the mempool is not cleared even when blocks are not full?
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August 25, 2018, 10:35:46 AM
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What is the reason the mempool is not cleared even when blocks are not full?
2 reasons:
1) some pools ignore lotsa transactions or worse, produce empty blocks on every network block change
2) segwit was a scam - it's aim was to centralise bitcoin with centrally controlled lightning networks
it didn't resolve the block size problem as can CLEARLY be seen early in the year

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What is the reason the mempool is not cleared even when blocks are not full?
2 reasons:
1) some pools ignore lotsa transactions or worse, produce empty blocks on every network block change
2) segwit was a scam - it's aim was to centralise bitcoin with centrally controlled lightning networks
it didn't resolve the block size problem as can CLEARLY be seen early in the year

1. Is it in the code to ignore transactions? Cause it is happening to all major pools which I dont see blocks utilizing all the space.

2. In your opinion, What is the next solution apart from Segwit and Lightning? Since big blocks are out of the question?
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August 25, 2018, 10:59:16 AM
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What is the reason the mempool is not cleared even when blocks are not full?
2 reasons:
1) some pools ignore lotsa transactions or worse, produce empty blocks on every network block change
2) segwit was a scam - it's aim was to centralise bitcoin with centrally controlled lightning networks
it didn't resolve the block size problem as can CLEARLY be seen early in the year

1. Is it in the code to ignore transactions? Cause iy is happening to all major pools which I dont see blocks utilizing all the space.

2. In your opinion, What is the next solution apart from Segwit and Lightning? Since big blocks are out of the question?
Many pools modify what they accept.
However, at the moment there aren't a lot of transactions waiting around.
Also very low fee or zero fee transactions are likely to not be passed around the network.

Aside: another simple problem is that the fee is completely unrelated to the amount of Bitcoin being spent.

Segwit isn't 4MB, it depends on if everyone changes what they are doing, trashes their wallets and changes to what core wants them to do.

Bigger blocks were the blatantly obvious solution.
Core bitcoin can handle up to 32MB with a minor change.
The concept of BIP100 was the best solution and got over 70% of miner support - but core didn't want it - they don't give a shit and literally despise miners - so they wouldn't code it - which is of course funny since mining is the basis of the design of bitcoin ... and bitcoin works without transactions, but doesn't work without miners.

I guess the answer is something other than decentralised bitcoin, which is what Corecoin is becoming.

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August 25, 2018, 11:09:32 AM
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Thanks for clarifying. I guess nothing is moving forward on the bigger block solution for the time being. Until the next Great Congestion in the bull run up.

Will you be able to build consensus on the bigger block since it is a minor code change. Fingers crossed.
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August 25, 2018, 01:16:47 PM
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...Great Congestion...
The Great Depression, the Great Recession, and then the Great Congestion! That's a good one.

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August 25, 2018, 02:01:33 PM
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I guess nothing is moving forward on the bigger block solution for the time being. Until the next Great Congestion in the bull run up.

That transaction "Congestion" was completely manufactured to create urgency and panic.  Supply and demand works great, just let it.

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August 25, 2018, 03:27:27 PM
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That transaction "Congestion" was completely manufactured to create urgency and panic.  Supply and demand works great, just let it.
Not surprised; generally wanting to know:

Was that by purposefully disregarding transactions, or purposefully flooding the network with transactions to create "fake demand"?

First "fake news"; now "fake demand"! It never ends!!!

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August 26, 2018, 12:55:36 AM
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Block by Tommy!

This is our 1st of BLOCK SUNDAY! Cheesy

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August 26, 2018, 01:05:52 AM
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Block by Tommy!

This is our 1st of BLOCK SUNDAY! Cheesy
Yeah-heh, Tommy! Thank ya very much!

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That transaction "Congestion" was completely manufactured to create urgency and panic.  Supply and demand works great, just let it.
Not surprised; generally wanting to know:

Was that by purposefully disregarding transactions, or purposefully flooding the network with transactions to create "fake demand"?

First "fake news"; now "fake demand"! It never ends!!!

It was transaction flooding. The intention was to create a fake congestion, not fake demand. Anyhow, I believe the system should be enabled to handle higher traffic.

Even at 8MB, the 100+ MB mempool at peak congestion fould be cleared in 2 hours. Then we are back to sub 1MB blocks.

Anti big blockers tend to calculate the full blocks for years on end, which artificially inflates the whole block chain size.
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August 26, 2018, 06:30:49 AM
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Cheers Tommy for the block, nice to see your third block cracked on the pool. And with "only" 758TH too. Nice job!

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August 27, 2018, 04:18:55 AM
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Block! by canaan! Smiley

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August 27, 2018, 01:34:22 PM
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Block! by canaan! Smiley
Thanks for mining with us, Canaan!

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'Cuz it's the only thing I wanna do.
I don't wanna [work].
I just wanna keep on [minin' with] you!"

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August 27, 2018, 04:35:34 PM
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I'm on board!
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August 27, 2018, 04:41:47 PM
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ummm where do I do that?

EDIT: Where do I "set a payout address on your account!"?

Logged in, from the pool Home page, Account>Settings.

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