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May 25, 2011, 10:43:24 PM
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Pool speed is now 20GHash!

* Lowest instant withdrawal raised to 0.1 btc due to me not wanting to put the 0.0005 transfer fee on you users. At 0.01btc the fee is 5% for me, which kind of too much.

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May 25, 2011, 11:20:50 PM
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Hi Dinox,

the web seems to be down

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May 25, 2011, 11:27:55 PM
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Site and miner are down  Sad
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May 25, 2011, 11:29:31 PM
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WTF... "Network down for maintenance" from my server provider.

Edit: I have called my server provider and they assure my server will have internet access at latest 00:00 UTC. I will credit everyone who had problems with this according to your hashrate, I dont want you to suffer from problems with my providers.

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May 25, 2011, 11:30:25 PM
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Time for a new service provider!
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May 25, 2011, 11:36:47 PM
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Edit: I have called my server provider and they assure my server will have internet access at latest 00:00 UTC. I will credit everyone who had problems with this according to your hashrate, I dont want you to suffer from problems with my providers.

Sweet Grin

(Will PM you my details, if you need it.)
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May 25, 2011, 11:39:41 PM
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Everyone, PM me with names of your active workers and your username at swepool and I will credit your accounts.

Edit: No need to, I wrote a script to do it instead. Let's hope there will be no more downtimes, or this will get expensive for me Wink

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May 26, 2011, 12:53:09 AM
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Hey dinox, its down again, both site and miner Sad


Edit: It's back now Cheesy
(nearly 2 hour downtime in just one day  Undecided)
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May 26, 2011, 06:28:51 AM
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Thank you for reply, but my account is not accessible. I try to log in "Incorrect username or password". This happened during switch as mentioned before. Locked out since then, no recourse. How do I fix?

I created new account with same name, but balance 0. Is all previous contribution lost?
1. Log in to your account with balance 0.
2. Click here
3. Type in your old workername and password
4. You now see your worker in your profile and balance is updated in <15min.

I added my old workername and password. I see the worker in my profile. My balance remains at 0.

All previous work lost? Sad
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May 26, 2011, 09:31:43 AM
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Thank you for reply, but my account is not accessible. I try to log in "Incorrect username or password". This happened during switch as mentioned before. Locked out since then, no recourse. How do I fix?

I created new account with same name, but balance 0. Is all previous contribution lost?
1. Log in to your account with balance 0.
2. Click here
3. Type in your old workername and password
4. You now see your worker in your profile and balance is updated in <15min.

I added my old workername and password. I see the worker in my profile. My balance remains at 0.

All previous work lost? Sad
No, you havent. Please use this link and try again. If you dont get this solved, please send a mail to infospamblocker@swepool.net

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May 27, 2011, 05:30:07 AM
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* Working of a new autopay feature.

Is there any you users would want from swepool? Is there anything you feel are missing?

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May 27, 2011, 06:22:16 PM
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* Working of a new autopay feature.

Is there any you users would want from swepool? Is there anything you feel are missing?

I would like to objectively be able to figure out if it's more efficient / "cheaper" to be using you instead of deepbit/slush/BTCMiner.

I currently have no idea what all the 50 different share/participation models end up meaning in real world more or less output of BTC.

About the only "simple" comparison seemed to have been the % of fee, and even that has been obscured by a per block thingie. Or, something.

Bottom line - it would be great if there were a more transparent reason why one should mine here instead of there or there.

I'm not averse to switching pools, if it had a good reason.

Same goes for payout logic btw.

Ho-Hum.
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May 27, 2011, 10:32:35 PM
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I would like to objectively be able to figure out if it's more efficient / "cheaper" to be using you instead of deepbit/slush/BTCMiner.

I currently have no idea what all the 50 different share/participation models end up meaning in real world more or less output of BTC.

About the only "simple" comparison seemed to have been the % of fee, and even that has been obscured by a per block thingie. Or, something.

Bottom line - it would be great if there were a more transparent reason why one should mine here instead of there or there.

I'm not averse to switching pools, if it had a good reason.

Same goes for payout logic btw.

I'm pretty much in this boat too.  I've been mining on deepbit for a few days and getting really good results.  Given the need to pay off my investment I don't have time to go pointing my miners at other pools just to see if it's worth it.  Maybe I can do that in a couple of weeks when I have enough BTC.

Do you have any real world comparisons/results that will compel users to switch from other pools to yours?

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May 27, 2011, 10:53:20 PM
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I've started up a CPU miner to test out your pool.

I got this error after a few minutes and it resumed after the 30 second retry:

[2011-05-28 08:38:06] HTTP request failed: Empty reply from server
[2011-05-28 08:38:06] json_rpc_call failed, retry after 30 seconds

After 1 share my balance was 0.00010577564409762 btc.  Shouldn't it be 0.00018841688243877 which is your per share payment?

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May 27, 2011, 11:14:28 PM
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I've started up a CPU miner to test out your pool.

I got this error after a few minutes and it resumed after the 30 second retry:

[2011-05-28 08:38:06] HTTP request failed: Empty reply from server
[2011-05-28 08:38:06] json_rpc_call failed, retry after 30 seconds

After 1 share my balance was 0.00010577564409762 btc.  Shouldn't it be 0.00018841688243877 which is your per share payment?
Hmm, CPU miner.. Which one are you using? There have not been any problems with GPU miners so far.

I pay 0.00010577564409762btc/share since difficulty upgrade, please consult my indexpage for current compensation.

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Other pools pay you when they solve a block according to some model. This means that the longer time for them to solve the block, the less you get. If the pool are "unlucky" you could easily get a couple of percent less than expected. You could of course also get more than expected, it's like a lottery.

Swepool pays you per share instead which gives you much more stable payouts since the payouts dont depend on if we solve a block or not. You always get your expected payout, no need for block solve or block maturity. You can see of it as most of the other pools put the risk/variance on you and swepool doesnt.

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May 27, 2011, 11:16:38 PM
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Ok, so I point one of my GPU's at it which usually runs around 400M/sec but on swepool it averages about 360!  I think it's solving shares quicker than it's recieving them...

Also had a couple more time out errors again.

My ping to swepool.net is nearly 600ms!

Also, I worked out the 0.00018xxxx figure was on the old difficulty.  Deepbit has gone down to 0.000103xxxx.

At this stage I want to switch but the connectivity issues/reduced hash rate is a problem.

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May 27, 2011, 11:17:54 PM
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Swepool pays you per share instead which gives you much more stable payouts since the payouts dont depend on if we solve a block or not. You always get your expected payout, no need for block solve or block maturity. You can see of it as most of the other pools put the risk/variance on you and swepool doesnt.

Thought slush used shares as well?

Ho-Hum.
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May 27, 2011, 11:23:00 PM
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Swepool pays you per share instead which gives you much more stable payouts since the payouts dont depend on if we solve a block or not. You always get your expected payout, no need for block solve or block maturity. You can see of it as most of the other pools put the risk/variance on you and swepool doesnt.

Thought slush used shares as well?

They all use some sort of share based system but it's generally a proportional payment and only when the pool solves a block.

Pay per share is ideal for the miner if you want reliable income.

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May 27, 2011, 11:44:08 PM
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Ok, so I point one of my GPU's at it which usually runs around 400M/sec but on swepool it averages about 360!  I think it's solving shares quicker than it's recieving them...

Also had a couple more time out errors again.

My ping to swepool.net is nearly 600ms!

Also, I worked out the 0.00018xxxx figure was on the old difficulty.  Deepbit has gone down to 0.000103xxxx.

At this stage I want to switch but the connectivity issues/reduced hash rate is a problem.
600ms is way to much. I assume you live a bit from sweden?

The ping at some online pingtools doesn't seem that high:
35ms (ping.eu, EU-based): http://ping.eu/ping/
150ms (network-tools.com, probably US-based): http://network-tools.com/default.asp?prog=ping&host=swepool.net

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May 28, 2011, 12:03:17 AM
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I live in Australia, so yeah just a bit away from Sweden lol

do you have plans to host a server in the US?

For comparison, my ping to deepbit is about 400ms.

I have high latency from my home anyway.  From work the ping to you is about 350ms....

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