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CEX.io/GHash, Bitcoin's Labor Market Walmart

The following is a job posting at CEX.io. After a laundry list of required skills that are not basic, the company states: "The compensation for this position is established as 0.1 BTC per 8 hours."
It's not clear when the ad went up, or even how to apply, but let's assume the exchange rate at the time of positing was 1000USD/1BTC. At CEX.io's 0.1BTC/hr, that's $12.5/hr. Given the company's profitability, that pay says as much about their ethics as anything else.
As of 13 Arpil 2014, 10:30PM MST, the pay would be $7.25/hr.
CEX.IO Support team member
Location: Remote.
Public Job Description
This individual will be responsible for the day to day support of the CEX user base. Daily tasks will include on demand:
Answers to basic FAQ questions about CEX.IO User account management and problem solving Forum activity 
Additional tasks will include but not be limited to:
Support and organisation of CEX.IO new features and implementations Shift Reporting Problem recognition and analysis 
Essential functions:
Handle problem recognition, research, isolation, resolution and follow-up for all support and service requests. Responsible for ensuring customer satisfaction of support and service requests. Maintain quality-conscious interface via zendesk ticket system for both technical and non-technical requests. Provide schedule flexibility to work a range of shifts, including weekends and night shifts and support oncall support requests. Responsible for creating and updating support services documentation Provide on-call "after-hours" support Ability to provide remote support to mobile users 
Requirements:
Strong communication skills with users Native english speaker (Perfect English writing skill is a must). Knowledgeable about Bitcoins and the mining business. Stable internet connection and good networking skills. Working knowledge of Help Desk/Customer Support center operations. (Zendesk) Required attributes for this position include a strong sense of customesolution ownership, an overall drive for excellence, and a proven ability to manage multiple projects to successful completion. Project management experience is a significant plus. 
Payment:
The compensation for this position is established as 0.1 BTC per 8 hours.
May be increased when more job responsibilities are added.
Schedule:
Flexible hours.
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GHash.IO Press Release: Bitcoin mining pool GHash.IO is preventing accumulation of 51% of all hashing power

https://ghash.io/ghashio_press_release.pdf
Bitcoin mining pool GHash.IO is preventing accumulation of 51% of all hashing power.
GHash.IO, the worlds largest and most powerful mining pool, has entered 2014 with overall hashing power of over 40%, making it the #1 pool currently in the Bitcoin network.
The pool has gained significant hashing power due to the 0% pool fee, merged mining of alt coins, excellent real-time data presentation as well as quality 24/7/365 support service.
The hashing power of GHash.IO consists of:
•~45% BitFury ASIC based miners
•~55% independent miners
Although the increase of hash-power in the pool is considered to be a good thing, reaching 51% of all hashing power is serious threat to the bitcoin community. GHash.IO will take all necessary precautions to prevent reaching 51% of all hashing power, in order to maintain stability of the bitcoin network.
We have put a plan in place to see that 51% of all hashing power, will not be maintained by Ghash.IO by executing the following actions:
•We will temporarily stop accepting new independent mining facilities to the Ghash.IO pool.
•We will implement a feature, allowing CEX.IO users to mine bitcoins from other pools. So when they purchase GH/s they can put it towards any pool they choose.
•We will not be implementing a pool fee, as we believe the pool has to remain free.
GHash.IO does not have any intentions to execute a 51% attack, as it will do serious damage to the Bitcoin community, of which we are part of. On the contrary, our plans are to expand the bitcoin community as well as utilise the hashing power to develop a greater bitcoin economic structure. If something happened to Bitcoin as a whole it could risk our investments in physical hardware, damage those who love Bitcoin and we see no benefit from having 51% stake in mining.
Our plans are to develop additional services, to help expand the use of bitcoins. The services include, but not limited to:
•A bitcoin payment system, which utilises the extended features of the bitcoin protocol. (https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Bitcoin_Improvement_Proposals)
•An escrow service, which will help secure transactions between members of the bitcoin community
•Micro-payments aggregation, which will enable users to receive small amounts of Bitcoins from third parties.
•Instant bitcoin payments for merchants, which will increase the share of Bitcoin e-commerce transactions in the global economy
•Non-standard transactions, such as mentioned above, can not be relayed to the blockchain network, however they are still valid, and can be mined using the hashing power accumulated on GHash.IO.
Feedbackis more than welcome.
For additional information, please contact [email protected]
Media Contact: Jeffrey Smith
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It seems to me that Ghash.io has a limited understanding of what encompasses the market.

It seems to me that Ghash.io has a limited understanding of what encompasses the market. The market comprises all voluntary interactions between individuals (hiring a hit-man is a market-exchange, the hitman executing isn't). Consumer awareness groups (or individuals) are as much a part of the market as the companies whose practises they are attempting to bring to light.
Claiming that you are a being punished for your success is like if: The ocean was commons, and one fishing company fished so hard that other people were not able to fish because doing so would wipe the fish out (<-- this part is not as closely related to ghash/bitcoin as some other parts of my analogy turned out to be, so don't try too hard to understand it, it's just a generally equivalent situation), and eventually the fishing company would fish so much as to put itself out of business too, whilst a consumer awareness group was trying to inform the customers of the fishing company that by buying from that company, they are causing people to starve, and eventually will cause themselves to not be able to buy fish from anywhere too; so they're better giving their custom to a different fishing company, whose fish vary in price by 0.16% more than the irresponsible fishing company, because sometimes they have reduced supply (to avoid overfishing).
Ghash.io is like the company which is over-fishing the waters whilst other fishermen around them are fishing relatively responsibly. The hashers pointed at ghash are like the customers buying from ghash.io. Reddit is the consumer awareness group.
Perhaps the responsible mining pools could provide private open pgp keys to their customers which they can use to prove to Bitcoin companies that they are a member of a responsible mining pool, in exchange for an x% discount off their goods/services. We need to get something going like this, to incentivise responsible behaviour (also incentivises mining pools to be responsible, e.g. criteria may be that they hold <5% of the hashing power to receive the ability to give out valid private keys, as the hashers will be incentivised to join those pools to receive their discount.). The bigger Bitcoin becomes, the more influence this will have. Changing the protocol is not the only solution, I am showing you 'outside the box'. Have a look around.
--Writing will get really sloppy beyond here as I get more tired, please excuse me--
So, I’m going to expand briefly on the previous paragraph: Perhaps someone should start a company that works with businesses who accept or use Bitcoin (particularly those who value it to a significant degree), and with mining pool operators. The company will encourage the Bitcoin businesses to offer discount rates to customers who can provide cryptographic proof (e.g. open pgp key for example) that they are a hashing at a responsible mining pool (not sure how the hasher proves this to the pool operator but I’m sure there’s a way; whilst it would be very simple in the case of cloud hashing). So in the case of cloud hashing they receive the pgp key with they subscription; in the case of hard mining (or whatever it’s called), maybe there is some way of proving hash rate (probably is, I’m too tired to search this up now and I’m not an expert). So, the Bitcoin companies provide the means for the responsible pools to generate valid keys to provide to users.
Ok that’s it, please excuse the poor writing as I just scrambled this together before bed; I work very long hours during the week and I thought this was important to post now…
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Bitcoin Roundtable: "A Call for Consensus from a community of Bitcoin exchanges, wallets, miners & mining pools." (Signed: Bitfinex, BitFury, BitmainWarranty, BIT-X Exchange, BTCC, BTCT & BW, F2Pool, Genesis Mining, GHash.IO, LIGHTNINGASIC, Charlie Lee, Spondoolies-Tech, Smartwallet)

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Why I just sold 50% of my bitcoins: GHash.IO

tl;dr: GHash.IO shows that the economic incentives behind Bitcoin are probably very flawed, it might take a disaster to get the consensus to fix it, and if that happens I want to make sure I can pay my rent and buy food while we're fixing it.
I made a promise to myself a while back that I'd sell 50% of my bitcoins if a pool hit 50%, and it's happened. I've known for awhile now that the incentives Bitcoin is based on are flawed for many reasons and seeing a 50% pool even with only a few of those reasons mattering is worrying to say the least.
Where do we go from here? We need to do three things:
1) Eliminate pools.
2) Provide a way for miners to solo-mine with low varience and frequent mining payouts even with only small amounts of hashing power.
3) Get rid of ASICs.
Unfortunately #3 is probably impossible - there is no known way to make a PoW algorithm where an ASIC implementation isn't significantly less expensive on a marginal cost basis than an implementation on commodity hardware. Every way people have tried has the perverse effect of increasing the cost to make the first ASIC, which just further centralizes mining. Absent new ideas - ideas that will be from hardware engineers, not programmers - SHA256² is probably the best of many bad choices. (and no, PoS still stands for something other than 'stake')
We are however lucky that we have physics and (maybe) international relations on our side. It will always be cheaper to run a small amount of hashing power than a large amount, at least for some value of 'small' and 'large'. It's the cube-square law, as applied to heat dissipation: a small amount of mining equipment has a much larger surface area compared to a large amount, and requires much less effort per unit hashing power to keep cool. Additionally finding profitable things to do with small amounts of waste heat is easy and distributed all over the planet - heating houses, water tanks, greenhouses, etc. As for international relations, restricting access to chip fabrication facilities is a very touchy subject due to how it can make or break economies, and especially militaries. (but that's a hopeful view)
Solving problem #1 and getting rid of pools is probably possible - Andrew Miller came up with the idea of a non-outsourceable puzzle. While tricky to implement, the basic idea is simple: make it possible for whomever finds the block to steal the reward, even after the fact, in a way that doesn't make it possible to prove any specific miner did it. Adding this protection to Bitcoin requires a hard-fork as described, though perhaps there's a similar idea that can be done as a soft-fork. Block withholding attacks - where miners simply don't submit valid solutions - could also achieve the same goal, although in a far uglier way.
Solving problem #2 and letting miners achieve low varience even with a small amount of hashing power is also possible - p2pool does it already, and tree chains would do it as a side effect. However p2pool is itself just another type of pool, so if non-outsourceable puzzles are implemented they'll need to be compatible. p2pool in its current form is also less then ideal - it does need a lot of bandwidth, and if you have lower latency than average you have a significant unfair advantage. But these are problems that (probably) can be fixed before adding it to the protocol. (this can be done in a soft-fork)
Do I still think Bitcoin will succeed in the long run? Yes, but I'm a lot less sure of it than I used to be. I'm also very skeptical that any of the above will be implemented without a clear failure of the system happening first - there's just too many people, miners, developers, merchants, etc. whose heads are in the sand, or even for that matter, actively making the problem worse. If that failure happens it's quite likely that the Bitcoin price will drop to essentially nothing - not a good way to start a few months of work fixing the problem when my expenses are denominated in Canadian dollars. I hope I'm on the wrong side of history here, but I'm a cautious guy and selling a significant chunk of bitcoins is just playing it safe; I'm not rich.
BTW If you owe me fiat and normally pay me via Bitcoin, for the next 2.5 weeks you can pay me based on the price I sold at, $650 CAD.
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Let's leave GHash in the past. Miners and Bitcoiners can use P2Pools to secure the network! Learn how to help! Our community has come together in the past to solve much larger problems.

I apologize for adding another "Ghash, nooooooo!" post, yet network centralization demands priority attention to prevent it from affecting the positive contributions of others.
Summary
As a community, let's make this the last time we all hear about the 51% attack.
How?
The community can encourage the use of P2Pools (pools of bitcoin miners that cannot be controlled by the pool operator).
Attention all Miners
You guys are literally the backbone of our system. Without your hashing power the community couldn't send transactions!
Nonetheless, we need your help once again, yet this requires effort on your part unfortunately. (The community can still do it's part to help!)
Miners! Become a fighting soldier in the war against centralization by joining P2Pools and leaving GHash
Here is a list of P2Pools, yet below are the pools most often recommended by the community.
Attention all Developers & everyday Bitcoiners
Currently tools are being developed to allow bitcoiners to contribute to the P2Pool cause without buying machines. By using tools like BlisterPool's donate button it makes it easy for bitcoiners to tip miners actively contributing towards securing the network in a decentralized way.
Let's build and use more tools to tip P2Pools, and give these pools a little financial push to get the ball rolling
Here are some resources to help understand the situation a bit better, please still look around ask ask questions
tl;dr?
Update: I've just learned that regular people can help ensure the security of the network by running nodes. I don't want to lead the discussion on this though as I'm not well informed enough to lead that, yet please look around and ask questions.
Lesser Update: whoah, cool to be mentioned on coindesk
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History Lesson 2014 - Ghash.io: We Will Never Launch a 51% Attack Against Bitcoin

History Lesson 2014 - Ghash.io: We Will Never Launch a 51% Attack Against Bitcoin submitted by Egon_1 to btc [link] [comments]

GHash.IO back to under 30%. Thank you /r/bitcoin!

GHash.IO back to under 30%. Thank you /bitcoin! submitted by nqudex to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Is Bitmain trying to centralize Bitcoin? Also, this is not the first time a pool has approached over 50% of the hashrate. Ghash at one time had 55%! Starts at 6:45 of video.

Is Bitmain trying to centralize Bitcoin? Also, this is not the first time a pool has approached over 50% of the hashrate. Ghash at one time had 55%! Starts at 6:45 of video. submitted by BitBoyAndHodl to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Congratulations r/Bitcoin! You have created a decentralised discussion! (P.S. Ghash.io is EVIL)

We get it. Ghash.io's hashrate is high. If your post can't fit into one of these threads about ghash.io, it's probably not adding anything substantial to the conversation.
EDIT: Decided that instead of whinging, I will try to help the community access the information that is most relevant to them. Before posting a new thread, check if one of these may be relevant.
EDIT 2: Now that Ghash.IO has made an official press release claiming that they will not act maliciously, I am going to get some well deserved shuteye. I am sure the saga will continue on without me.
Press Release from Ghash.IO
Bitcoin mining pool GHash.IO is preventing accumulation of 51% of all hashing power
Current Network Hashrate
Hashrate Distribution
Warning about Ghash.IO and Cex.IO
GHash.IO At 42% Of Mined Blocks Over Past 24 Hours.
LEAVE GHASH.IO if you mine there!
WARNING: GHASH.IO IS NEARING 51% – LEAVE THE POOL
Bitcoin Miners, Step Away From GHash.IO !
GHASH.IO RISKING WHOLE BITCOIN NETWORK KNOWN ATTEMPTED DOUBLE SPEND BY THEM
ghash.io is becoming SHOCKINGLY AGGRESSIVE NOW, closing in 45%
LEAVE GHASH.IO
WARNING: GHASH.IO IS NEARING 51% – LEAVE THE POOL (with image)
Miners Boycot Ghash.io as the Pool approaches 51% of network hashrate
If the situation with GHash.IO has shown us anything, it is that it's time we move to a p2pool.
FOR THE LOVE OF GOD CHANGE THE FUCKING POOL IF YOURE ON GHASH.IO
Stop buying cloud mining at cex.io
If a large portion of mining pools are 'unknown', does this mean GHASH.IO could potentially already be over 50%?
Bitcoin Miners Ditch Ghash.io Pool Over Fears of 51% Attack
CEX.io staff threatening customers now for talking about the approaching 51% mining share...
GHASH.IO IS THE ANTICHRIST!
"How do we fix this?/Why is this bad?"
Instead of having to boycott GHash.IO, maybe fix Bitcoin?
Discussion: Mining Pools and their future
We need a mining pool with a good looking website like GHASH.IO and its affiliates
Reason why miners like me won't leave GHASH.IO or won't stop purchasing cloud based mining power through CEX.IO
I think part of the problem is that some miners don't know how to switch pools. Could some of you veterans please direct folks to the necessary guides?
Can't just restrict max number of continuous blocks from a pool / miner to one (context; big mining pools nearing 51% hash rate)
Possible GHASH.IO solution (one for the devs)
Why not issue alerts for things that threaten Bitcoin's health such as GHASH?
Explanation of Double-Spending (51% Attack) regarding nearing 51% of GHash.IO
Question: what are downsides if Ghash.IO hit 51% but choose not to doublespend?
The whole Gash.io Debacle
Looking for alternative cex.io or ... ?
The network health of Bitcoin is awful. The 2 largest pools comprise 60% of the network. All you need to do to take over the network is coerce 2 people. Please switch to P2Pools.
We love Satoshi, Satoshi was a genius, but Satoshi's mining approach just isn't working out in practice and needs to be changed.
A screen saver like the old SETI one, that only mined with P2P pool possible?
Pool Voting: Encrypting Bitcoin Transactions To Be Processed By Specific Pools
Vitalik's thoughts on the Ghash.io issue
Problem with pooled mining in general
don't want bitcoin to get 51%? support this !!
Why is a pool owning +51% of the mining network not so bad?
Could a malicious entity with a lot of hashpower (say 10% of the total network) intentionally hurt other pools?
ELI5
ELI5: Why is so bad GHASH.IO has a 51%+ marketshare?
Can someone ELI5 this whole GHASH.io 51% thing?
ELI5: Double spending
Community Reaction
Bitcoin as of late
I can't quite tell if people here think ghash.io is a problem...
Seemingly some people are upset about GHash.IO's recent increase in hashrate share...
Incase you missed it...
Is this really necessary? It is almost as melodramatic as that suicide hotline post...
Reddit idiots panicking over nothing again. Cex.io has a great business model.
GUYS QUICK! POST THAT PEOPLE SHOULD STOP USING GHASH.IO!
People have figured it out, stop posting about leaving Ghash
Clearly GHASH.IO is simply an exceptional pool that is naturally rising to the top. Why do you captains of industry want to hold them back with regulations?
Stop with the GHash.IO nonsense!
Why is no-one talking about the problems with GHASH.IO?
LEAVE GHASH.IO NOW!
Just got 8 Avalons, is Ghash.io the best pool to join?
Memes
Insanity wolf would like to have a word with you all
51%!
My dad's thoughts after I explained Ghash
Speculation
BTC Gigahash 51%, of to PeerCoin/POS+POW :)
The price of bitcoin didn't fall even a bit and maintained its average day price even through the ghash.io scare. Reasons?
Investor here. Does the Ghash.io thing have anything to do with the Yahoo malware?
The lack of privacy/anonymity, & the lack of incorporation of the P2P mining in BTC, is for the first time making me feel as though a successor is, or should be, near.
Threats against ghash.io
Let's Just DDOS the bastards and end this all ready.
I am going full fiat and you should too. We need a crash in price: it's the only signal miners can't ignore.
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Bitcoin Miners, Step Away From GHash.IO !

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since the blockstream cabal puppets are having a day with Mike Hearn quit , I present you peter toddler from 2 years ago : " Why I just sold 50% of my bitcoins: GHash.IO "

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I never mined the Bitcoin or other alt. I'm investing into Petamine just to fight against CEX/GHash.IO

Worst case I'll lose a few money or make nothing. Best case I'll make a few bucks.
But on the both cases I'm supporting the network against mining centralization. For the first time I feel doing something great for the Bitcoin eco-system.
edit: supporting the fact they are considering going for p2p pool. I want them do it. Else I'll leave them.
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History Lesson 2014 - Ghash.io: We Will Never Launch a 51% Attack Against Bitcoin

History Lesson 2014 - Ghash.io: We Will Never Launch a 51% Attack Against Bitcoin submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

To show Peter Todd's lack of credibility, just a reminder when he sold half of his Bitcoins because he was worried about Ghash and a 51% attack

To show Peter Todd's lack of credibility, just a reminder when he sold half of his Bitcoins because he was worried about Ghash and a 51% attack submitted by Erwiod to btc [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Foundation's approach to Ghash 51% attack recklessly conservative, says Vitalik Buterin

Bitcoin Foundation's approach to Ghash 51% attack recklessly conservative, says Vitalik Buterin submitted by Y3llowb1ackbird to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

GHash Commits to 40% Hashrate Cap at Bitcoin Industry Mining Summit

GHash Commits to 40% Hashrate Cap at Bitcoin Industry Mining Summit submitted by thepete_rizzo_ to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Ghash.io and Bitcoin's potential 51% attack problem

Ghash.io and Bitcoin's potential 51% attack problem submitted by ivanraszl to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Buttcoiners believe that the US government is more likely to crash USD than some random anonymous Russians at GHash are to crash Bitcoin

Buttcoiners believe that the US government is more likely to crash USD than some random anonymous Russians at GHash are to crash Bitcoin submitted by hhhhhhhiiiiiii to Buttcoin [link] [comments]

Instead of having to boycott GHash.IO, maybe fix Bitcoin?

I don't support GHash.IO, and ive long sold all my mining rigs but all this talk about 51% attacks... if a government or agency really wanted too im sure they could 51% attack Bitcoin and we wouldnt be able to stop it like this occasion.
I apologise in advance if im way off, but wouldn't it be better to have Bitcoin ITSELF fixed so 51% attacks can't happen? (if this is possible?)
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GHash.io controls ~45% of Bitcoin network

If you mine Bitcoins please leave this pool ASAP and go to another pool. This is potentially more serious than Litecoin's recent 51% problem due to the simple fact that if BTC fails it could bring down the entire crypto ecosystem.
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5GHs Bitcoin mining rig - YouTube Bitcoin - Cryptographic hash function - YouTube GHash.io & Hypothetical 51% Attack on Bitcoin Bitcoin miner ghash.io How to Brute Force a Bitcoin Wallet with Hashcat - YouTube

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