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July 27, 2017, 09:54:13 PM
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If anyone wants me to hold their payouts - they can request it (but send an email from your pool account email address to the address you get pool messages from)
However, the held payouts will sit in your dust fund until I do the dust processing code, some time in the future, in a galaxy far far away.

Also, tell me ASAP, coz once I've created the payout for any block, which is before it matures, I'd have to redo the payout from scratch to change anything, and of course once it's matured, the transaction is out on the bitcoin network, so I certainly wont be trying to double spend it, to change it.

It's not an on, off, on, off, on, off thing I will be doing, just a once off thing now you can request over the next few days, then later request it back on again.

Edit: OK added a link to here, on the web site also.

Just spit-balling here...instead of holding individual payouts by request, why not simply hold off on pushing the txn's of any blocks we hit on the 30th Through 1st to the pool?  Once the forks (if any) are resolved, push the txn's to the pool for our next block in line.  It should only be 3-6 blocks to deal with Smiley

I like that idea but it is kano's pool.

Not mine.


 I will never have a pool as code writing is not my skill set.
Yeah but I have no idea who uses what random web wallets/exchanges and what silly rules some of them will come up with.
We'll be mining on the mainnet and if some of them decide to switch to some other coin there's nothing I can do about that.

Exchanges and wallets do strange things ... like blockchain.info saying our payouts are too big ... or bitpay regularly tells me my transactions pay too small a fee even though they are often confirmed in the next block ... some like to come up with their own random crap rules that you can just ignore Tongue

The reason for the "Hold Option" is if you are using some wallet or exchange that does something completely stupid, you can wait and see what they do for a few days before you decide to either change your payout address and re-enable it, or leave it where it's already going and re-enable it.

Personally I think there should be no problems, but the option is there for anyone (unnecessarily?) concerned about their BTC Smiley

Though if you were on some pool that used the block's coinbase transaction to payout, you'd have no choice Cheesy

It's still a few days away, and to be blunt, I'm not really sure what the concern actually is.
Pretty much all the mining hash rate is using the equivalent of core's 0.14.2, so if someone decides to fork off some alt-coin with a few PHs or even 100 PHs vs the network's 6,200PHs - that's like stupidly insignificant and not even worth worrying about.

I guess just make sure you aren't associated with any wallet or exchange doing something stupid Smiley

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I may hold back a few payouts around/before 1-aug and send them a day or two later, but not for lots of days, maybe one or two days at the most.
I'll decide on the 29th and let everyone know then.

Edit: web link now points to this post Smiley

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I mine with s-9's on f2 pool  coins for to a block chain info wallet
I mine with  gpus at nicehash and zpool coins go to two blockchain info wallets

I simply have been moving all m coins from the 2 blockchain wallets into a core wallet  that has 4 backups.

I earn around .04 coins a day right now  between all mining.

So if there is a meltdown it will be under .1 coins on two blockchain info wallets.

I don't see the core wallet melting down  and it will be off line  from July 29 to Aug 2.


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July 27, 2017, 10:15:02 PM
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Here is message from BTC.com in case that someone is using it. I used it before and now I will am going to use it for the next few days.

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If the fork is successful you will automatically have the equivalent amount of BCC as the amount of BTC stored in your BTC.com wallet.

At the moment, the BTC.com wallet does not support making transactions with Bitcoin Cash nor displaying a separate balance for it. We are, however, offering a tool to allow users to extract Bitcoin Cash from the BTC.com wallet using the PDF wallet backup.

Alternatively, you can leave your Bitcoin Cash in your BTC.com wallet and extract it at a later date. Regardless of your choice, you can feel confident that all of your funds will remain safe as you continue making transactions. For more details on this topic, head on over to our blog post.
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July 27, 2017, 10:45:08 PM
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It only affects Washington state? Not sure whether or how it will affect hosting service.

https://www.coindesk.com/washingtons-new-cryptocurrency-exchange-rules-now-effect/

The gov should only tax on trade profits, not on hard working labors Smiley

Hawaii did this to Coinbase back in January; Coinbase liquidated and dumped all their Hawaii customers. I always keep at least two [reputable] exchanges in my pocket, though.


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July 28, 2017, 03:49:02 AM
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I pulled all my coins into a core wallet.  Despite there being "nothing to worry about" I'd rather be safe than sorry.
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July 28, 2017, 04:36:27 AM
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Block by RFil!
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July 28, 2017, 12:45:47 PM
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Block by RFil!

Nice job RFil with 13.76TH/s!  Welcome to the Acclaim Board with your 1st Kano block! Cheesy

This is our 1st of BLOCK FRIDAY! Cheesy

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July 28, 2017, 02:16:33 PM
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Been mining for sometime now with settings on antminer on URL stratum.kano.is:3333

but pinging de.kano.is and nl.kano.is is 120ms % faster than kano.is and wanted to change the antminer configuration

What's the proper URL to set in antminer for  de and nl?

thanks
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July 28, 2017, 02:26:51 PM
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Been mining for sometime now with settings on antminer on URL stratum.kano.is:3333

but pinging de.kano.is and nl.kano.is is 120ms % faster than kano.is and wanted to change the antminer configuration

What's the proper URL to set in antminer for  de and nl?

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All of the different nodes are in this format:

stratum+tcp://de.kano.is:3333 (ports can be 80, 81, 443, 3333, or 8080)
stratum+tcp://nl.kano.is:3333

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July 28, 2017, 06:42:47 PM
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Yeah but I have no idea who uses what random web wallets/exchanges and what silly rules some of them will come up with.
We'll be mining on the mainnet and if some of them decide to switch to some other coin there's nothing I can do about that.

Exchanges and wallets do strange things ... like blockchain.info saying our payouts are too big ... or bitpay regularly tells me my transactions pay too small a fee even though they are often confirmed in the next block ... some like to come up with their own random crap rules that you can just ignore Tongue

The reason for the "Hold Option" is if you are using some wallet or exchange that does something completely stupid, you can wait and see what they do for a few days before you decide to either change your payout address and re-enable it, or leave it where it's already going and re-enable it.

Personally I think there should be no problems, but the option is there for anyone (unnecessarily?) concerned about their BTC Smiley

Though if you were on some pool that used the block's coinbase transaction to payout, you'd have no choice Cheesy

It's still a few days away, and to be blunt, I'm not really sure what the concern actually is.
Pretty much all the mining hash rate is using the equivalent of core's 0.14.2, so if someone decides to fork off some alt-coin with a few PHs or even 100 PHs vs the network's 6,200PHs - that's like stupidly insignificant and not even worth worrying about.

I guess just make sure you aren't associated with any wallet or exchange doing something stupid Smiley

...

I may hold back a few payouts around/before 1-aug and send them a day or two later, but not for lots of days, maybe one or two days at the most.
I'll decide on the 29th and let everyone know then.

Edit: web link now points to this post Smiley

We should be good using the Core Wallet right Kano?

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July 28, 2017, 06:55:42 PM
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I'm not Kano, but I'll give you the assurance that your Core wallet is the safest place to be right now...or ever, for that matter.

To infinity and beyond...on two 741s and one of only 3...nope, make that 4...full nodes in Hawaii...on <30A. (I have other gear on the Hoth ice planet)
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July 28, 2017, 07:16:38 PM
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Hello Guys! Is anyone having problems to access to your account? Since today, I'm having this problem because it says login failed and I'm worry about to be hacked so please if anyone can help me I'd appreciate that.
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July 28, 2017, 07:35:59 PM
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Hello Guys! Is anyone having problems to access to your account? Since today, I'm having this problem because it says login failed and I'm worry about to be hacked so please if anyone can help me I'd appreciate that.

I was able to login just fine.

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July 28, 2017, 07:37:26 PM
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Hello Guys! Is anyone having problems to access to your account? Since today, I'm having this problem because it says login failed and I'm worry about to be hacked so please if anyone can help me I'd appreciate that.

I was able to login just fine.

Done!!! I just loged in thank you!
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July 28, 2017, 08:52:18 PM
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COMEONBLOCKSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

It is TIME!  Grin

CRACK!  Cool

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July 28, 2017, 08:54:40 PM
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COMEONBLOCKSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

It is TIME!  Grin

CRACK!  Cool

Block?

Why not blocks?

I mine alt coins with https://simplemining.net...
I see BTC as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions.
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July 28, 2017, 08:56:48 PM
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COMEONBLOCKSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!  Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy Cheesy

It is TIME!  Grin

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Block?

Why not blocks?

Did you not notice all of the SSSSSSSSSSSSSSS's on the end of BLOCK?  Cheesy

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July 29, 2017, 12:03:57 AM
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Hello Guys! Is anyone having problems to access to your account? Since today, I'm having this problem because it says login failed and I'm worry about to be hacked so please if anyone can help me I'd appreciate that.

I was able to login just fine.

Done!!! I just loged in thank you!

If you (or anyone else) changes your password, payout address, email address, or 2fa in yaw account, you'll get an email with the IP and date/time it changed.
So "being hacked" is not something that will happen "without you knowing".

As for "being hacked", the only way that would happen is if you don't have 2fa and someone knows yaw password, or you give someone access to yaw 2fa and yaw password.
2fa is a one in 1,000,000 chance of guessing it, so not likely, and password or 2fa guessing gets you auto banned, so neither is likely.

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July 29, 2017, 05:46:21 AM
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If anyone wants me to hold their payouts - they can request it (but send an email from your pool account email address to the address you get pool messages from)
However, the held payouts will sit in your dust fund until I do the dust processing code, some time in the future, in a galaxy far far away.

Also, tell me ASAP, coz once I've created the payout for any block, which is before it matures, I'd have to redo the payout from scratch to change anything, and of course once it's matured, the transaction is out on the bitcoin network, so I certainly wont be trying to double spend it, to change it.

It's not an on, off, on, off, on, off thing I will be doing, just a once off thing now you can request over the next few days, then later request it back on again.

Edit: OK added a link to here, on the web site also.

Just spit-balling here...instead of holding individual payouts by request, why not simply hold off on pushing the txn's of any blocks we hit on the 30th Through 1st to the pool?  Once the forks (if any) are resolved, push the txn's to the pool for our next block in line.  It should only be 3-6 blocks to deal with Smiley

I like that idea but it is kano's pool.

Not mine.


 I will never have a pool as code writing is not my skill set.
Yeah but I have no idea who uses what random web wallets/exchanges and what silly rules some of them will come up with.
We'll be mining on the mainnet and if some of them decide to switch to some other coin there's nothing I can do about that.

Exchanges and wallets do strange things ... like blockchain.info saying our payouts are too big ... or bitpay regularly tells me my transactions pay too small a fee even though they are often confirmed in the next block ... some like to come up with their own random crap rules that you can just ignore Tongue

The reason for the "Hold Option" is if you are using some wallet or exchange that does something completely stupid, you can wait and see what they do for a few days before you decide to either change your payout address and re-enable it, or leave it where it's already going and re-enable it.

Personally I think there should be no problems, but the option is there for anyone (unnecessarily?) concerned about their BTC Smiley

Though if you were on some pool that used the block's coinbase transaction to payout, you'd have no choice Cheesy

It's still a few days away, and to be blunt, I'm not really sure what the concern actually is.
Pretty much all the mining hash rate is using the equivalent of core's 0.14.2, so if someone decides to fork off some alt-coin with a few PHs or even 100 PHs vs the network's 6,200PHs - that's like stupidly insignificant and not even worth worrying about.

I guess just make sure you aren't associated with any wallet or exchange doing something stupid Smiley

...

I may hold back a few payouts around/before 1-aug and send them a day or two later, but not for lots of days, maybe one or two days at the most.
I'll decide on the 29th and let everyone know then.

Edit: web link now points to this post Smiley

I'm getting emails all day today from all of the online wallets/exchanges (where I've been registered) saying that if you want to get the BTC cash you better pull your funds out since all of them decide not to deal with the BTC Cash and all saying exactly same thing that they are staying on the same path and don't care that VIaBtC wants that second blockchain.  So if you keep your BTC with them alter split you will still have only BTC.  Smiley
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July 29, 2017, 05:59:09 AM
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Block! by jimmy Smiley
... and 2 payouts Smiley

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I'm getting emails all day today from all of the online wallets/exchanges (where I've been registered) saying that if you want to get the BTC cash you better pull your funds out since all of them decide not to deal with the BTC Cash and all saying exactly same thing that they are staying on the same path and don't care that VIaBtC wants that second blockchain.  So if you keep your BTC with them alter split you will still have only BTC.  Smiley
Firstly, and most importantly, as has been said here many times, by many people:
If you have BTC, not in your control, the person who controls it decides what happens to it.

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So ... the online wallets/exchanges are telling you to pull your funds out of them?

That sounds a bit suspicious ... and would mean those online wallets/exchanges are heading for a crash Tongue

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Anyway, it's all to do with Bitmain who stated they were making a (tiny) fork of BTC called BTCCash, coz there was a risk on Aug-1 of the Miners being forced to use segwit.

What of course happened, as we all know, is that all the miners switched to BIP91 already, so the morons in the UASF can be totally ignored.

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However, Bitmain has decided to go ahead with their BTCCash hard fork, against what they said they would do.
Yeah you can't trust anything Bitmain says Tongue

Here's their Blog on the subject (yes I already read it back when they posted it)
https://blog.bitmain.com/en/what-is-bitcoin-cash/

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What does this mean?

It means that a small % of the miners at Bitmain will be mining another fork of Bitcoin, called BTCCash, that no one else will be allowed to mine, initially.

Best mining solution? Ignore it.

Best Wallet solution? Make sure you control your BTC.

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