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April 29, 2013, 10:48:51 PM
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We might be heading for 10 GH/s today. Smiley

That's bad news; that's a massive drop.  Grin
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April 29, 2013, 11:21:12 PM
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Don't see it on btcguild anymore ..... not sure if it's a case of physical move, pool switching, solo mining, or ......

the blades don't support stratum (requires stratum proxy), maybe working on the firmware to support stratum natively will alleviate some of the network issue that ASICMINER faces
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April 29, 2013, 11:44:54 PM
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Hey guys,
Maybe I missed it but, has any update been posted about the usb miners?

Perhaps a new thread should be started just for that.

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April 29, 2013, 11:45:35 PM
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Don't see it on btcguild anymore ..... not sure if it's a case of physical move, pool switching, solo mining, or ......

the blades don't support stratum (requires stratum proxy), maybe working on the firmware to support stratum natively will alleviate some of the network issue that ASICMINER faces

Yes, strange. Its back at 1.8TH. I hope no Asics are broken and only a fuse broke or something like that.

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April 30, 2013, 12:33:52 AM
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Don't see it on btcguild anymore ..... not sure if it's a case of physical move, pool switching, solo mining, or ......

the blades don't support stratum (requires stratum proxy), maybe working on the firmware to support stratum natively will alleviate some of the network issue that ASICMINER faces

Yes, strange. Its back at 1.8TH. I hope no Asics are broken and only a fuse broke or something like that.

Just guessing, but they were at 7.2 TH/s before the upgrade and just over 9 TH/s last I saw.  1.8TH or more is in the new location and is probably online.  The old location is probably being migrated to a new pool, under maintenance, or some sort of power/internet outage.
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April 30, 2013, 01:30:58 AM
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Don't see it on btcguild anymore ..... not sure if it's a case of physical move, pool switching, solo mining, or ......

the blades don't support stratum (requires stratum proxy), maybe working on the firmware to support stratum natively will alleviate some of the network issue that ASICMINER faces

Yes, strange. Its back at 1.8TH. I hope no Asics are broken and only a fuse broke or something like that.

Just guessing, but they were at 7.2 TH/s before the upgrade and just over 9 TH/s last I saw.  1.8TH or more is in the new location and is probably online.  The old location is probably being migrated to a new pool, under maintenance, or some sort of power/internet outage.

Would be good if thats the case but i doubt a bit that they move it this way. It would be better to move 1TH or so at a time. Thats why i think something happened. So that they now start again deploying slowly.

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April 30, 2013, 01:39:46 AM
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Yeah this odd I wonder what is going on

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April 30, 2013, 01:56:46 AM
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Where has our lovely hash rate gone?? Down to 2.9 on BTCGuild.
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April 30, 2013, 01:57:09 AM
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After reading this I didn't expected it either  Huh

Sorry about that.  Back when BTC Guild started getting DDoS'd about 2 months ago, I gave many users a private server they could access to mine from during the attacks.  The server was hosted outside of the main datacenter, and as a result was not hit when the other servers were.  Many users were moved to another server after the first round of attacks, still private and "protected" (due to anonymity), but not at the same location.  ASICMINER was still mining on the original protected/private server.

This week I have moved all servers back into either colocation or Amazon EC2, to get away from servers with such open security systems (no 2-factor auth, poor/no IP whitelisting, too much control available through the management panels, etc.).  As a result, ASICMINER had to shift their Stratum proxies to a new IP, and it caused a temporary dip in the hash rate.  However, the result of the move is ASICMINER is now hashing on a colocated server in a very stable and reliable datacenter, one that will likely never be moved as long as BTC Guild is in business.

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April 30, 2013, 02:08:03 AM
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It appears to have been a temporary outage, hashrate is increasing quickly (one-hour estimate on btcguild).

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April 30, 2013, 02:08:40 AM
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One of BTCGuild's servers was unavailable for a while (I've got some machines directed there).  Eleuthria had to run a large SQL query to fix a PPLNS shift.  It's been back up for a bit though.

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April 30, 2013, 02:12:33 AM
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So ASICMINER don't have secondary pool in case 1st pool went offline Huh. Isn't that like.... easy to setup or something?

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April 30, 2013, 02:16:24 AM
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So ASICMINER don't have secondary pool in case 1st pool went offline Huh. Isn't that like.... easy to setup or something?
We are switching to solo mode since we could not find enough pools having stable connection from China to distribute the hashpower.

The solo solution is being tested/done along with the deployment. The only problem is transparency. We plan to do it with writing information to the coinbase transaction to let everyone check.

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April 30, 2013, 02:21:05 AM
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So ASICMINER don't have secondary pool in case 1st pool went offline Huh. Isn't that like.... easy to setup or something?
We are switching to solo mode since we could not find enough pools having stable connection from China to distribute the hashpower.

The solo solution is being tested/done along with the deployment. The only problem is transparency. We plan to do it with writing information to the coinbase transaction to let everyone check.

Forgive my ignorance on the technicalities of mining but does that mean the possibility of starting your own pool? Will there be a document/sheet being updated live for shareholders to see? I'm sure other maybe wondering the same thing

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April 30, 2013, 02:27:32 AM
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So ASICMINER don't have secondary pool in case 1st pool went offline Huh. Isn't that like.... easy to setup or something?
We are switching to solo mode since we could not find enough pools having stable connection from China to distribute the hashpower.

The solo solution is being tested/done along with the deployment. The only problem is transparency. We plan to do it with writing information to the coinbase transaction to let everyone check.

This is fantastic!

More variance, but no pool fees. This also helps out with BTCGuild's situation of being in possession of too much hashing power.

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April 30, 2013, 02:30:14 AM
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Just imagine all the share holders pointing at your pool even if it requires higher fees just to get the chances of us getting a block more probable.  Grin

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April 30, 2013, 02:44:16 AM
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Just imagine all the share holders pointing at your pool even if it requires higher fees just to get the chances of us getting a block more probable.  Grin

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Makes no difference.

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April 30, 2013, 02:47:50 AM
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Just imagine all the share holders pointing at your pool even if it requires higher fees just to get the chances of us getting a block more probable.  Grin

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No, it's not the business range of ASICMINER.

Also, public pool is an attract of both cyber and social attack which we would not like to be involved in.

What we will provide is transparency. We would not accept outside hashpowers.

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April 30, 2013, 02:49:45 AM
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So ASICMINER don't have secondary pool in case 1st pool went offline Huh. Isn't that like.... easy to setup or something?
We are switching to solo mode since we could not find enough pools having stable connection from China to distribute the hashpower.

The solo solution is being tested/done along with the deployment. The only problem is transparency. We plan to do it with writing information to the coinbase transaction to let everyone check.


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April 30, 2013, 02:50:04 AM
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Regarding stock prices, there was a sell wall on BTCT of around 110@1.4 previously. I just checked in and saw a 'massive' sell-off and subsequent drop in price. The sell-off turned out to be 108 shares sold between 2:46 and 2:56.

Someone got cold feet or an urgent need for around ฿126.

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