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September 15, 2012, 10:10:23 PM
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Interesting how the pirate disappeared in your avatar.  Any further comment?   Undecided
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September 15, 2012, 10:18:12 PM
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A dividend of BTC8.3 has been paid.

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Hopefully BFL ships some ASICs soon...

suddenly down to 0.00116311 per share with no explanation? (unreasonable or otherwise)

If this sort of unreliable activity persists after the ASICs arrive...

uhm...

Please fix it before then.

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https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AmcTCtjBoRWUdHVRMHpqWUJValI1RlZiaEtCT1RrQmc#gid=0

http://blockexplorer.com/q/getdifficulty
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September 15, 2012, 10:33:26 PM
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UPDATE:
I have added 2 new statistics.  Both are based off of the last dividend payment and the current price per share....

Somehow I think you have misspoke when you explained the new statistics.

The past 3 weeks, value has been going up every week (for annual dividend thingy) and it went up yet again even though this week the dividend went way down. What bogus math is this? How can I trust you anymore?

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quote from edited original post:

PRICE PER SHARE:


ANNUAL DIVIDEND YIELD:


I just worked it out. If the 23.2% were correct, the dividend per share would be 0.0024707 BTC

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0.5553 BTC * 23.2% * (7 / 365)

but this week's dividend was 0.00116311
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September 15, 2012, 10:54:23 PM
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Interesting how the pirate disappeared in your avatar.  Any further comment?   Undecided

Someone complained about my link to GPUMAX, BTCST & even accused me of being pirateat40 himself.  For that reason I severed all ties with pirateat40, including the pirate in my avatar.  I will make sure to mention future avatar changes in this thread and my reasoning behind them.



suddenly down to 0.00116311 per share with no explanation? (unreasonable or otherwise)

If this sort of unreliable activity persists after the ASICs arrive...

uhm...

Please fix it before then.

I am sorry that I don't have an explanation.  I will look into this further and see what the cause is.  My guess is that it either has something to do with my home internet connection going down for a period of time, delayed payouts from one of our pools (Ozcoin or MtRed), or maybe a delay in the Blockexplorer site that caused the coins mined to appear less than the actual.  I will look into this issue further and see if I can find the exact cause.  Hopefully within the next few hours.  I will post my findings.  Once the issue is found, I will do my best to resolve it.



Somehow I think you have misspoke when you explained the new statistics.

The past 3 weeks, value has been going up every week (for annual dividend thingy) and it went up yet again even though this week the dividend went way down. What bogus math is this? How can I trust you anymore?

I just worked it out. If the 23.2% were correct, the dividend per share would be 0.0024707 BTC

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0.5553 BTC * 23.2% * (7 / 365)

but this week's dividend was 0.00116311

I'm still waiting for Nefario to add the last dividend paid per share to the API.  Right now the Dividend & P/E Ratio are based off a manually updated dividend paid per share amount.  I am not able to update that at the moment, because I am away from the machine that is used for these scripts.  It will be updated soon.  As far as how can I be trusted...  I'd like to think that one week of a slightly lower dividend payment wouldn't cost me all the trust I've accumulated over the last 15 months of being an active Bitcoiner.  I will try to get to the bottom of what happened, but things do happen.  I didn't do anything to lose trust here.  All pool payments are made directly from the pool to our GLBSE account.  Both the pool operators and Nefario would be able to confirm this and I would rather go that route then to have people lining up with pitchforks.

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September 15, 2012, 11:06:36 PM
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If you've been using MtRed as one of your pools then that could certainly explain the decrease this week. I'm not exactly sure what or how many days it was down, but it was easily down half of last week, and seems to go down often. If you're looking for another pool, I would suggest BitMinter or perhaps 50BTC if you want less variance.

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September 15, 2012, 11:10:25 PM
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If you've been using MtRed as one of your pools then that could certainly explain the decrease this week. I'm not exactly sure what or how many days it was down, but it was easily down half of last week, and seems to go down often. If you're looking for another pool, I would suggest BitMinter or perhaps 50BTC if you want less variance.

Thank you for that bit of information.  Perhaps we should stop using MtRed?  Would shareholders like to weigh in on this?



Lost no trust here. Not expecting these shares to have upper range dividends until ASIC's arrive and got shares to help finance that investment.

Thank you.

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September 15, 2012, 11:11:33 PM
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Below is a list of coins mined during the last dividend period.  As you can see, there appears to have been some sort of outage on the 13th thru the 14th.  I cannot explain that outage definitively yet, but wanted to post the information I have available to try and calm the nerves of investors and add transparency to the operation.

0.22087813  -   2012-09-08 16:52:51
0.19576715  -   2012-09-08 21:22:29
0.17638939  -   2012-09-09 00:03:43
0.20572446  -   2012-09-09 05:28:03
0.22609714  -   2012-09-09 22:08:54
0.19140921  -   2012-09-09 23:01:49
0.34084132  -   2012-09-10 01:17:04
0.37728242  -   2012-09-10 06:13:58
0.30797424  -   2012-09-10 18:23:45
0.30090788  -   2012-09-10 20:11:39
0.24838751  -   2012-09-10 23:47:47
0.22139757  -   2012-09-11 00:14:32
0.22132877  -   2012-09-11 02:56:38
0.23202216  -   2012-09-11 06:33:21
0.27002168  -   2012-09-11 16:01:00
0.22036827  -   2012-09-11 17:48:25
0.56940189  -   2012-09-11 22:45:11
0.16881764  -   2012-09-12 01:54:01
0.23877819  -   2012-09-12 07:44:46
0.21422582  -   2012-09-12 08:39:05
0.92706078  -   2012-09-12 11:49:13
0.13869136  -   2012-09-12 18:07:11
0.03863047  -   2012-09-13 13:01:29
0.14333254  -   2012-09-14 18:16:04
0.14586867  -   2012-09-15 00:33:51
0.17909209  -   2012-09-15 01:01:20
0.16960782  -   2012-09-15 03:17:07
0.34632228  -   2012-09-15 06:27:01
0.13799592  -   2012-09-15 08:14:44
0.15677564  -   2012-09-15 08:42:11
0.21511832  -   2012-09-15 14:06:18
0.52967459  -   2012-09-15 15:53:32

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September 16, 2012, 12:15:47 AM
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... Perhaps we should stop using MtRed?  Would shareholders like to weigh in on this? ...

Huh  what?!

we're not using GPUMAX anymore?

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NastyMining is a Bitcoin Mining Company seeking to provide shareholders with not only 20MH/s per share of mining power, but also ownership in the Bitcoin mining equipment, no operator fees, free electricity and exposure to mining with GPUMAX.com to allow for maximum return on investment.
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September 16, 2012, 02:49:33 AM
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Huh  what?!

we're not using GPUMAX anymore?

No, we aren't.  After BTCST defaulted, GPUMAX went several days without making payments for our mining.  I also noticed that the shares being submitted weren't accurately being reflected in the GPUMAX statistics.  That was a major concern, and I still can't understand why people are using GPUMAX after learning that the operator is a confirmed scammer that made off with nearly $5,000,000 worth of BTC.  The announcement was made on this thread.  Here is the link to that post: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=86854.msg1141383#msg1141383

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September 16, 2012, 02:52:13 AM
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Huh  what?!

we're not using GPUMAX anymore?

No, we aren't.  After BTCST defaulted, GPUMAX went several days without making payments for our mining.  I also noticed that the shares being submitted weren't accurately being reflected in the GPUMAX statistics.  That was a major concern, and I still can't understand why people are using GPUMAX after learning that the operator is a confirmed scammer that made off with nearly $5,000,000 worth of BTC.  The announcement was made on this thread.  Here is the link to that post: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=86854.msg1141383#msg1141383

Using GPUMAX after the pirate default?  Baffles me as well.
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Interesting how the pirate disappeared in your avatar.  Any further comment?   Undecided

Someone complained about my link to GPUMAX, BTCST & even accused me of being pirateat40 himself.  For that reason I severed all ties with pirateat40, including the pirate in my avatar.  I will make sure to mention future avatar changes in this thread and my reasoning behind them.

I assume you are referring to my comment on the previous page. I just want to make it clear that I was not seriously accusing you of being pirate, nor was I complaining. I was simply replying to your request for comments about the move away from GPUMAX, which I was in favor of. I thought it would be humorous to mention the pirate stuff, as the forums were 24/7 pirate coverage at that time. If my humor failed to register, I am sorry, I included the smiley face animation as a way to indicate my lack of seriousness, but that doesn't always work I realize.

Just for the record, like my opinion even really matters, but in case it does, I fully believe you to be your own person, and in no way a sock puppet/alter-ego of pirate.
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I'm a shareholder and I would definitely vote against MTRed; they've just had too much downtime recently. I've been using 50BTC for the past week and it's been great so far, and the site has lots of graphs and stats that shareholders such as myself would appreciate (as in a weekly screenshot or something). I had been using BitMinter for a while, but didn't like the amount of variance they were getting, although other than that there wasn't any problems. At this point I would vote for 50BTC, although admittedly I don't have much experience with them thus far, and some people are against such large pools, although this is less of an issue now than it used to be.

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I had relatively low mining returns from my personal equipment this week, too. Difficulty really did shoot up a lot recently, maybe someone is testing ASICs? As far as I know NASTY is mining at OzCoin, which had rather bad luck this week.
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 Perhaps we should stop using MtRed?  Would shareholders like to weigh in on this?

HHTT A PPS pool run by fireduck (the main programmer behind SatoshiDICE).

You can mine PPS at close to 1% fee. It works by the difficulty of the share you choose to work on. The higher the difficulty you set, the less fee you pay.
Standard settings are difficulty 32 shares at a 2% fee.


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My understanding is that Bitminter is the lowest fee overall, merged mining and they pay for the tx fees. As do Ozcoin but the fees are somewhat higher.

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There is no required fee for BitMinter, but at a donation level of 1% they prepay block rewards before confirmation, so if the block ends up being orphaned then you still get paid. The reason I left is because the variance can easily leave you getting 60-70% of the PPS equivalent for days in a row, and while that would average out in the long term, it's less than ideal for a mining company that pays out weekly dividends.

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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.   Grin

You're still doing it wrong -- Once again, the "current price" in the edited original post is WRONG!!!

current highest bid: 0.51
current highest ask: 0.51989999

What sort of deal are you running where the "current price" is a price I've never been able to get, including RIGHT NOW (it is not the current price) Here is what I've been paying for my shares:

NASTY x1 @0.64  at or around 2012-08-27 21:45:10
NASTY x1 @0.5449  at or around 2012-08-14 00:04:47
NASTY x1 @0.73999  at or around 2012-08-04 04:48:54
NASTY x4 @0.509  at or around 2012-07-31 16:39:38
NASTY x3 @0.55  at or around 2012-07-27 04:05:45
NASTY x1 @0.54  at or around 2012-07-27 04:02:31

out of all eleven (11) shares I've bought to date, none have ever been for the price you typically have listed for "current" price.

EDITED TO ADD screenshot from at or around 2323 GMT, Monday September 17th 2012

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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.   Grin

You're still doing it wrong -- Once again, the "current price" in the edited original post is WRONG!!!

current highest bid: 0.51
current highest ask: 0.51989999

What sort of deal are you running where the "current price" is a price I've never been able to get, including RIGHT NOW (it is not the current price) Here is what I've been paying for my shares:



OP's "Current Price" = GLBSE's "Latest Price".

Looks accurate to me.

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current highest bid: 0.51
current highest ask: 0.51989999
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OP's "Current Price" = GLBSE's "Latest Price".

Looks accurate to me.

The CURRENT spot price is somewhere between 0.51 and 0.52 right now. So it's actually not accurate. I just looked AGAIN and it's still:

0.51 best bid / 0.51989999 best ask

What are you talking about?

What "common sense" reasons are there to use some number that is neither of those, nor an average of the two.
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Someone complained about my link to GPUMAX, BTCST & even accused me of being pirateat40 himself.  For that reason I severed all ties with pirateat40, including the pirate in my avatar.  I will make sure to mention future avatar changes in this thread and my reasoning behind them.

I assume you are referring to my comment on the previous page. I just want to make it clear that I was not seriously accusing you of being pirate, nor was I complaining. If my humor failed to register, I am sorry, I included the smiley face animation as a way to indicate my lack of seriousness, but that doesn't always work I realize.

I fully believe you to be your own person, and in no way a sock puppet/alter-ego of pirate.
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No worries.  Your post generated a few additional private messages on the subject, so I felt it should be addressed since other shareholders were concerned enough to ask about it.



OP's "Current Price" = GLBSE's "Latest Price".

Looks accurate to me.

Exactly.  The amount also updates every 10 minutes and if the GLBSE API goes down for some reason, it uses the last price that was taken from the API.  This is an automated script.  I am not sure why kuzetsa thinks it is some kind of conspiracy.

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