Anyway. Just wondering since Ozcoin and MtRed both have merged mining, what is happening to the namecoins being mined?
The Ozcoin NMC that are mined automatically convert to BTC and get paid out with the rest of our BTC earnings. As far as I know, MtRed hasn't mined any NMC in months, so that is a non-issue.
The word "current" should be changed to the date/time when the price was that value...
ZERO out of the 11 shares I've bought were that low, and the current price is higher than that.
Is that the bid price? ask price? Is that the value you're putting up ask orders for "on demand" (whenever they're determined to be "in demand" by whatever arbitrary measure you're using)
The statistics are updated every 10 minutes and cached on my server to keep from flooding the GLBSE with requests. This should allow for the statistics to appear more quickly and even when the GLBSE website has gone down.
Also, very little info on the twitter feed. It's not nearly as much info as on the NASTY GLBSE page and this thread has more info too. (which is actually fine by me. I don't tweet, and don't wish to get news on twitter. Just figure that the claim about updates on twitter should be backed up by actual tweeting)
When there is news worth tweeting, I will do so. This thread is the #1 source of information about NastyMining.
I wouldn't mind getting some namecoin, but how would that work? the GLBSE stock and dividends are done in BTC only as far as I'm aware.
There is no way to payout NMC dividends on the GLBSE. That is why they are converted to BTC and paid out with the rest of our earnings. If you would like to get some NMC, I recommend using the Bitparking Namecoin Exchange
Does the hardware / software that nastymining is running even support this? It seems like a great idea, but I've never set it up on my own mining efforts.
Yes, our hardware supports merged mining.