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August 07, 2013, 03:47:52 PM
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August 07, 2013, 05:11:55 PM
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...what I don't understand is: 1.1 Thash = 40 months break even ?? Its like nothing happened...

also for example: 10 BTC Asic deposit equivalent hashing power <0.8 GH ....

0.8 gh for 10 BTC ... 44 Months reward time....

What is it I don't see?
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August 07, 2013, 05:35:57 PM
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...what I don't understand is: 1.1 Thash = 40 months break even ?? Its like nothing happened...

also for example: 10 BTC Asic deposit equivalent hashing power <0.8 GH ....

0.8 gh for 10 BTC ... 44 Months reward time....

What is it I don't see?

Imho that stats are not able to tell the truth, until at least all preordered hardware is installed. And even at this time, its hard to predict an exact reward time.

@pyramining: Could it be profitable, to limit payouts to happen once a day or even once a week (off course only if the threshold is reached) to save transactionfees? Because there are accounts with high deposits/rewards (for example s9q3bxy8 from hall of fame). And i could imagine it is really anoying, to get 10 payouts á 0.1 btc a day and therefore pay 10 times transactionfee.

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August 07, 2013, 05:57:01 PM
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@pyramining: Could it be profitable, to limit payouts to happen once a day or even once a week (off course only if the threshold is reached) to save transactionfees? Because there are accounts with high deposits/rewards (for example s9q3bxy8 from hall of fame). And i could imagine it is really anoying, to get 10 payouts á 0.1 btc a day and therefore pay 10 times transactionfee.

I wouldn't mind putting a second on this vote. I have a bunch of little deposits cuz I'm just a tiny miner so I deposit when and what I can. I know you get my BTC to me so I'd be more than ok with just one lump sum deposit going into my account(s) per 24 hour period. I could see how people might get poopie about only once a week but once a day seems reasonable. Not that we are constantly getting multiple deposits per day, especially since switching to p2pool (hehe...had to dig a little sry) but just sayin...if the idea needs a "second"...this is it Cheesy

EDIT: I actually read the original idea wrong so my reply doesn't make sense but now that I 'get' it I still second the notion Tongue
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August 07, 2013, 06:01:18 PM
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I just joined a sponsor. I have a question, how many sponsor can I join? Its unlimited, no?

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August 07, 2013, 06:15:36 PM
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@pyramining: Could it be profitable, to limit payouts to happen once a day or even once a week (off course only if the threshold is reached) to save transactionfees? Because there are accounts with high deposits/rewards (for example s9q3bxy8 from hall of fame). And i could imagine it is really anoying, to get 10 payouts á 0.1 btc a day and therefore pay 10 times transactionfee.

I wouldn't mind putting a second on this vote. I have a bunch of little deposits cuz I'm just a tiny miner so I deposit when and what I can. I know you get my BTC to me so I'd be more than ok with just one lump sum deposit going into my account(s) per 24 hour period. I could see how people might get poopie about only once a week but once a day seems reasonable. Not that we are constantly getting multiple deposits per day, especially since switching to p2pool (hehe...had to dig a little sry) but just sayin...if the idea needs a "second"...this is it Cheesy

EDIT: I actually read the original idea wrong so my reply doesn't make sense but now that I 'get' it I still second the notion Tongue

Third this vote, tbh weekly payouts don't seem at that bad but no more than daily would be nice.  Since more hash rate is being added I might recommend we start moving back to the 1 BTC payout threshold as well, maybe up to 0.5 for now until the entire hash rate has been released?

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August 08, 2013, 03:35:42 AM
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Third this vote, tbh weekly payouts don't seem at that bad but no more than daily would be nice.  Since more hash rate is being added I might recommend we start moving back to the 1 BTC payout threshold as well, maybe up to 0.5 for now until the entire hash rate has been released?

I was with ya up until the raising the threshold. I'm a small investor with Pyra...if it goes back up to even .5 I won't see another payout for 4 or 5 months...even with the raising hash rate. If a change is made to the threshold I would like to vote that the minimum stay at 0.1 but maybe add an option to allow individual accounts to raise the threshold if they so desire. Maybe even make the payouts more of an 'option' that can be set and let the users decide how nice they want to be on Pyra's bandwidth ...?
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August 08, 2013, 06:38:50 AM
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Third this vote, tbh weekly payouts don't seem at that bad but no more than daily would be nice.  Since more hash rate is being added I might recommend we start moving back to the 1 BTC payout threshold as well, maybe up to 0.5 for now until the entire hash rate has been released?

I was with ya up until the raising the threshold. I'm a small investor with Pyra...if it goes back up to even .5 I won't see another payout for 4 or 5 months...even with the raising hash rate. If a change is made to the threshold I would like to vote that the minimum stay at 0.1 but maybe add an option to allow individual accounts to raise the threshold if they so desire. Maybe even make the payouts more of an 'option' that can be set and let the users decide how nice they want to be on Pyra's bandwidth ...?

Maybe 2 different payoutintervalls. One daily with with 0.5 threshold and one weekly with 0.1 treshhold. Or a procentual treshhold (e.g. 1% of deposited ammount). Because i dont think, pyramining want to use an individual payoutoption.

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August 08, 2013, 10:30:57 AM
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Third this vote, tbh weekly payouts don't seem at that bad but no more than daily would be nice.  Since more hash rate is being added I might recommend we start moving back to the 1 BTC payout threshold as well, maybe up to 0.5 for now until the entire hash rate has been released?

I was with ya up until the raising the threshold. I'm a small investor with Pyra...if it goes back up to even .5 I won't see another payout for 4 or 5 months...even with the raising hash rate. If a change is made to the threshold I would like to vote that the minimum stay at 0.1 but maybe add an option to allow individual accounts to raise the threshold if they so desire. Maybe even make the payouts more of an 'option' that can be set and let the users decide how nice they want to be on Pyra's bandwidth ...?

Maybe 2 different payoutintervalls. One daily with with 0.5 threshold and one weekly with 0.1 treshhold. Or a procentual treshhold (e.g. 1% of deposited ammount). Because i dont think, pyramining want to use an individual payoutoption.

Stop trying to fix what isn't broken.
You mentioned my account(s9q3bxy8) as an example of a person that maybe will prefer bigger payouts. I like the threshold like it is. Don't use me as an example.

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August 08, 2013, 10:35:33 AM
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Stop trying to fix what isn't broken.
You mentioned my account(s9q3bxy8) as an example of a person that maybe will prefer bigger payouts. I like the threshold like it is. Don't use me as an example.

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August 08, 2013, 02:50:03 PM
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Stop trying to fix what isn't broken.
You mentioned my account(s9q3bxy8) as an example of a person that maybe will prefer bigger payouts. I like the threshold like it is. Don't use me as an example.

At first: I never used you as an example for anything. I just mentioned a random account, that is visible to everybody. If you claim that to be your account, then this is your business. If you want you can find plenty other accounts that are also "affected". (and simply edit your account out, Mr. Global Moderator)
And second: This is a Discussion thread! So tell me, what is wrong about disgusting possible improvements? I never tryed to fix something broken, like you said. I just tried to help improve that service. So tell me, where you take all your offence from.
If you dont like improvement, then you may be wrong in bitcoinworld.

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August 08, 2013, 06:20:50 PM
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Stop trying to fix what isn't broken.
You mentioned my account(s9q3bxy8) as an example of a person that maybe will prefer bigger payouts. I like the threshold like it is. Don't use me as an example.

At first: I never used you as an example for anything. I just mentioned a random account, that is visible to everybody. If you claim that to be your account, then this is your business. If you want you can find plenty other accounts that are also "affected". (and simply edit your account out, Mr. Global Moderator)
And second: This is a Discussion thread! So tell me, what is wrong about disgusting possible improvements? I never tryed to fix something broken, like you said. I just tried to help improve that service. So tell me, where you take all your offence from.
If you dont like improvement, then you may be wrong in bitcoinworld.

You mad?

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August 09, 2013, 07:14:28 AM
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You mad?

Seemed to me more like you are mad. But thats OT.

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August 09, 2013, 09:56:28 AM
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...what I don't understand is: 1.1 Thash = 40 months break even ?? Its like nothing happened...

also for example: 10 BTC Asic deposit equivalent hashing power <0.8 GH ....

0.8 gh for 10 BTC ... 44 Months reward time....

What is it I don't see?

Could pyramining please explain?
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August 09, 2013, 10:48:38 AM
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You mad?

Seemed to me more like you are mad. But thats OT.

See, there you go again, assuming how I feel. Why didn't you just answered with a no? It's more fun to ASSume? First I was offended, now I'm mad. Get a grip, son. The only one with bad instincts here is you, as can be seen by your answers.

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August 09, 2013, 10:50:57 AM
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...what I don't understand is: 1.1 Thash = 40 months break even ?? Its like nothing happened...

also for example: 10 BTC Asic deposit equivalent hashing power <0.8 GH ....

0.8 gh for 10 BTC ... 44 Months reward time....

What is it I don't see?

Could pyramining please explain?

Difficult increased and will increase further. Nothing more to say.

All previous versions of currency will no longer be supported as of this update
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August 09, 2013, 01:46:20 PM
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Hello Pyramining,
I've made a deposit (fm97b2hp) of 5 BTC 2 days ago. It appears now that this deposit turned to be active with old FPGA !  Embarrassed

I was expecting to be queued on the ASIC pre-allocated. What has been wrong ? It don't want to have FPGA. I expect to have 3.67 GH/s not the ridiculous 300 MH/s !!

The ASIC pre order mechanism has been closed the 30-06 has said in your website.

Please check for a bug there !
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August 09, 2013, 01:55:08 PM
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Hello Pyramining,
I've made a deposit (fm97b2hp) of 5 BTC 2 days ago. It appears now that this deposit turned to be active with old FPGA !  Embarrassed

I was expecting to be queued on the ASIC pre-allocated. What has been wrong ? It don't want to have FPGA. I expect to have 3.67 GH/s not the ridiculous 300 MH/s !!

The ASIC pre order mechanism has been closed the 30-06 has said in your website.

Please check for a bug there !

Current infrastructure:   73.94 MH/BTC but ~ 735.29 MH/BTC are added to the total pool for each new deposit. so the numbers add up.

The bug here is that your deposit is already active, when there are still people that deposited 9 Month ago waiting for their accounts to be activated.

It would not be funny if this had happened to even more accounts.

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August 09, 2013, 01:59:41 PM
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The bug here is that your deposit is already active, when there are still people that deposited 9 Month ago waiting for their accounts to be activated.

It would not be funny if this had happened to even more accounts.

It may have happened accidentally, as I am doing it manually. I could have typed in a wrong ID. Only very small deposits were added out-of-order. I'll try to pay more attention.
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August 09, 2013, 02:39:12 PM
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...what I don't understand is: 1.1 Thash = 40 months break even ?? Its like nothing happened...

also for example: 10 BTC Asic deposit equivalent hashing power <0.8 GH ....

0.8 gh for 10 BTC ... 44 Months reward time....

What is it I don't see?

Could pyramining please explain?

Difficult increased and will increase further. Nothing more to say.

Of course, why only less than 0.8gh for 10 btc
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