We've switched over the stratum servers - Your hashes won't show up on SimpleDoge - check SimpleMulti.com to see your stats
As a heads up, we'll be switching over the SimpleDoge stratum servers to SimpleMulti sometime before the Fork (which will be around ~4:30pm UTC)! That means hashrate on SimpleDoge will display nothing, but you will be able to check your stats on SimpleMulti.com. The SimpleDoge website will be left up so you can double check to make sure you were properly paid out everything before the switch. Read more about how this will work and what it means for you: http://simplecryptogroup.com/#3
This setup allows you to monitor multiple rigs easily, without setting up a pool manager, and view actual data from each of your rigs, rather than approximations.
Graphs broken down by worker give you a good at-a-glance picture of what is going on.
We're excited to announce that we'll be supporting the upcoming merged mining changes and mining both Doge and LTC. We'll be enabling payouts in either Doge or LTC. If you mine with a Doge address your mined LTC will be converted to Doge, and if you mine with a LTC address your mined Doge will be converted to LTC.
If you're currently mining with us (and want to be paid out in Doge) you won't have to change anything. BUT the backend system that'll drive this is massively different, and rather than do an extremely messy database migration we're going to be resetting the stats. Any earnings before the switchover will still be tracked and paid out.
As a heads up, the software we'll be using for this is extremely beta. We've been working on it for the last month or so, but it hasn't been used in production yet, so theres likely to be a few bugs as we get it rolled out.
EDIT: You will also be able to recieve both currencies (no conversion) by mining w/ either and adding an address, similar to how it is done now with merge mined currencies
Over the past few days our Orphan block numbers have been unusually high. This was due to a configuration error with push block notifications coming from our payout server (very slow) instead of our primary mining server. This has been resolved, as well as an upgrade to the very latest Dogecoin wallets which should help improve speed a bit more. As a token of apology for these errors we'll be running -2% fees for the next while.
Over the last few weeks we've been working on various tweaks, features, and performance improvements around the site. You may have noticed a few of them showing up here and there, but here they are officially listed:Website Modifications