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May 22, 2013, 03:36:21 PM
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I love waking up to 20 BTC's in the mail Smiley.

And I thought my 2 BTC's was good  Angry

Beats my 0.2 BTC's.

Oh orders of magnitude, you so cray

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May 22, 2013, 03:36:36 PM
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how come small transactions by ASICMINER got mined / accepted by miners? I thought the protocal had changed and treated small transactions as dust. https://blockchain.info/tx/618364652674551068cff5ce6a9b3889a6836c662c0f28c69c015e12ec6b6a6e
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May 22, 2013, 03:38:35 PM
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how come small transactions by ASICMINER got mined / accepted by miners? I thought the protocal had changed and treated small transactions as dust. https://blockchain.info/tx/618364652674551068cff5ce6a9b3889a6836c662c0f28c69c015e12ec6b6a6e

Because friedcat gets what he wants...   Cool

Honestly, I do think there was an explanation 20 pages earlier. Good luck reading.
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May 22, 2013, 03:38:50 PM
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how come small transactions by ASICMINER got mined / accepted by miners? I thought the protocal had changed and treated small transactions as dust. https://blockchain.info/tx/618364652674551068cff5ce6a9b3889a6836c662c0f28c69c015e12ec6b6a6e

Isn't it because the satoshis to the shareholders are merged in one transaction, which then is over the minimum?

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May 22, 2013, 03:39:53 PM
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how come small transactions by ASICMINER got mined / accepted by miners? I thought the protocal had changed and treated small transactions as dust. https://blockchain.info/tx/618364652674551068cff5ce6a9b3889a6836c662c0f28c69c015e12ec6b6a6e

The sum of outputs must be at least 5430 satoshis.
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May 22, 2013, 03:49:23 PM
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I love waking up to 20 BTC's in the mail Smiley.

And I thought my 2 BTC's was good  Angry

So do I Roll Eyes
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May 22, 2013, 03:50:47 PM
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how come small transactions by ASICMINER got mined / accepted by miners? I thought the protocal had changed and treated small transactions as dust. https://blockchain.info/tx/618364652674551068cff5ce6a9b3889a6836c662c0f28c69c015e12ec6b6a6e

The sum of outputs must be at least 5430 satoshis.

In any case ASICMiner has its own pool with 10% of the network hashing power. They can include any transactions they wish to include when they find a block.

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May 22, 2013, 03:52:30 PM
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I love waking up to 20 BTC's in the mail Smiley.
dafuq, you got 80BTC per month just from the dividents? that is incredible, i think i would have just quit my job at this point, i dont make that in a year, heh. how many shares do you presently own, if you dont mind me asking? man, im busting my ass at work all month and all i get is 400 bucks (not from US) and right now im busting my head that i did not look into this more back in september when i found out about ASICMINER for the first time.
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May 22, 2013, 03:56:15 PM
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Has anyone updated the AM hash graph to include the solo estimates?

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May 22, 2013, 04:01:03 PM
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My dividend payment doesn't seem to have made it off blockchain-info.  I can't see it using blockexplorer.com.  Which is right?
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May 22, 2013, 04:01:56 PM
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Strange... the satoshi payment is showing up in my client, but not the div payment.  Here I was waiting to post what the dividend was like I have been doing the last three weeks... come to find out you folk already know.  Go onto blockchain.info and sure enough, there is a transaction to my address... but it is still not showing up in my Bitcoin-QT client.  Did a rescan... still nothing.  What am I doing wrong here...  Was there something strange about this transaction?

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May 22, 2013, 04:07:58 PM
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Strange... the satoshi payment is showing up in my client, but not the div payment.  Here I was waiting to post what the dividend was like I have been doing the last three weeks... come to find out you folk already know.  Go onto blockchain.info and sure enough, there is a transaction to my address... but it is still not showing up in my Bitcoin-QT client.  Did a rescan... still nothing.  What am I doing wrong here...  Was there something strange about this transaction?

Same here. But i guess with the first confirmation it will show up.

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May 22, 2013, 04:08:09 PM
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Strange... the satoshi payment is showing up in my client, but not the div payment.  Here I was waiting to post what the dividend was like I have been doing the last three weeks... come to find out you folk already know.  Go onto blockchain.info and sure enough, there is a transaction to my address... but it is still not showing up in my Bitcoin-QT client.  Did a rescan... still nothing.  What am I doing wrong here...  Was there something strange about this transaction?

Same here, I also got my Satoshis, but no divs. Also, blockchain.info shows my address as "greyed out", it's not clickable.
Strange.

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May 22, 2013, 04:09:03 PM
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I love waking up to 20 BTC's in the mail Smiley.
dafuq, you got 80BTC per month just from the dividents? that is incredible, i think i would have just quit my job at this point, i dont make that in a year, heh. how many shares do you presently own, if you dont mind me asking? man, im busting my ass at work all month and all i get is 400 bucks (not from US) and right now im busting my head that i did not look into this more back in september when i found out about ASICMINER for the first time.

some simple math would say he owns roughly 2800-2900 shares according to this weeks dividends. not bad!
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May 22, 2013, 04:09:40 PM
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Strange... the satoshi payment is showing up in my client, but not the div payment.  Here I was waiting to post what the dividend was like I have been doing the last three weeks... come to find out you folk already know.  Go onto blockchain.info and sure enough, there is a transaction to my address... but it is still not showing up in my Bitcoin-QT client.  Did a rescan... still nothing.  What am I doing wrong here...  Was there something strange about this transaction?

Same.  I think we just need confirmations.

This tx seems to be unconfirmed still:

https://blockchain.info/tx/4203ca137f921e3a39d5bdd903caed94e0066e51ac6b8d5636e4726fa2e8cd3e

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May 22, 2013, 04:09:47 PM
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May 22, 2013, 04:10:44 PM
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Strange... the satoshi payment is showing up in my client, but not the div payment.  Here I was waiting to post what the dividend was like I have been doing the last three weeks... come to find out you folk already know.  Go onto blockchain.info and sure enough, there is a transaction to my address... but it is still not showing up in my Bitcoin-QT client.  Did a rescan... still nothing.  What am I doing wrong here...  Was there something strange about this transaction?

Same here, I also got my Satoshis, but no divs. Also, blockchain.info shows my address as "greyed out", it's not clickable.
Strange.

I have the same

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May 22, 2013, 04:12:32 PM
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Strange... the satoshi payment is showing up in my client, but not the div payment.  Here I was waiting to post what the dividend was like I have been doing the last three weeks... come to find out you folk already know.  Go onto blockchain.info and sure enough, there is a transaction to my address... but it is still not showing up in my Bitcoin-QT client.  Did a rescan... still nothing.  What am I doing wrong here...  Was there something strange about this transaction?

Same here, I also got my Satoshis, but no divs. Also, blockchain.info shows my address as "greyed out", it's not clickable.
Strange.

Your address is grayed out because you are probably currently on the page for that address, and not the page for that transaction.  I freaked out a bit at the same thing.

Is your div payment by chance in this transaction?  Maybe this one payment got messed up some how... https://blockchain.info/tx/130a075194393462ad361a5191205cf35d27cd5206734b9315f1ba7d18473548

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May 22, 2013, 04:14:27 PM
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Same here, I also got my Satoshis, but no divs. Also, blockchain.info shows my address as "greyed out", it's not clickable.
Strange.

I almost did a facepalm Wink

Your address is grayed out, because making a link to the site you are currently watching is kind of pointless, isn't it?

Try it for yourself and click on any other address. When on that site, that address will be grayed out, and yours will be clickable..... magic Cheesy

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May 22, 2013, 04:15:04 PM
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Your address is grayed out because you are probably currently on the page for that address, and not the page for that transaction.  I freaked out a bit at the same thing.

Ah, yes – thanks for that hint!

Is your div payment by chance in this transaction?  Maybe this one payment got messed up some how... https://blockchain.info/tx/130a075194393462ad361a5191205cf35d27cd5206734b9315f1ba7d18473548

Exactly this transaction. I guess we just have to wait, it will confirm eventually.

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