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1  Economy / Exchanges / beware of bnktothefuture.com on: April 18, 2021, 01:50:46 PM


bnktothefuture.com is a shitcan as it seems, they have no functioning support while dealing with customer's funds.
after 3+ months of continuous verifications(kyc update) of ALREADY verified and invested account I'm still locked out of my investment. [and I'm squeaky clean and kosher. what a bunch of...]

Also what kind of organization would allow to create endless number of support tickets and then do nothing to follow through on any of them and basically ignore my requests not to close the ticket and instead sending me auto replies with suggestion to close the ticket. 

sometimes some real people reply once or twice, I have no time to deal with it constantly, but every time I do something(EVERYTHING) they ask and I try to login into my account after a week or a few... I see that I'm still limited in account functions and can see but cannot trade or move my investment.
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Finally GPU mining is dead... on: February 23, 2021, 03:32:39 PM
as in you'd drop dead if you knew the profits.

where's metroid btw?
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Take my 4GB from ethash and do something good on: April 19, 2020, 03:06:19 PM
So is there anyone planning to adopt all the GPU hash from ETH epoch growth killing off the 4GB?

Maybe something awesome and timely? Good POW utilization needed, could even attract ideologically motivated hash.
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Blockchain technology progress on: November 24, 2019, 10:25:44 AM
Apparently everybody is developing/offering their own blockchains: IBM, Oracle, Visa, MasterCard,...
Is there any kind of comparison or analysis between the existing(available and under development) private chains and information on actual applications?
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Nanopool: bad luck or bad actors? on: May 09, 2019, 07:09:24 PM

Over the years I occasionally used their pools and always found it less profitable than it was expected. ( ETH, SIA, ZEC...)

Now I had some PASC hash(500+ xeon threads) pointed there for a while and it consistently "reported" and paid for 10% less hash than was delivered.
(no network issues were present on my end, also surely enough another pools get my hash correct to the decimal point)
A week or so ago it became even worse the "missing" hash rose to almost 20%!!!  And I'm talking reduced rates for days here.

Is it me of do you have similar experiences?
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / [OFFER] Complete and proven mining setup in tax free zone on: March 25, 2019, 07:14:58 AM
Hi there guys!

We have mining farm/company(in free industrial zone, practically an offshore) in Georgia on the Black Sea shore running since mid 2017. Have lots of empty space and about 100KW awesomely cheap electricity supply.  looking for offers/partners in order to optimize operations. PM for details.


7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / StakXMR Cryptonight v8 performance on: October 18, 2018, 03:26:37 PM
Hey guys, how's your v8 performance?

On Polarises (both 8GB and 4GB) I see a drop in hashrate of roughly 10%

However Vegas is a diffident story, it seems to be somewhat inconsistent.
My optimal v7 threads intensities were 2024 and 1968 and while it seems to be working fine on a single Vega56(18.6.1 driver), producing about 20% lower hash, just above 1600...
It gives me trouble on a rig of mixed ones (FE, 64, 56) it will still run on those high intensities, but the GPUs would produce around 1000h/s
And after I lower it all to about 1800&1200 some of the GPUs(one 56 and one 64) would not go above 1000h/s, while the rest would hash  at around 1300.

Any ideas?

Just built 2.5.1, yet it seems to make no difference.



8  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Bitcoin seems to be the "central authority" for the pseudo-decentralized crypto on: May 22, 2018, 11:00:57 AM
I was long wondering what's up with the fact that Bitcoin seems to be not only the most "ideologically" proper cryptocurrency
(surely here not without certain speculation of interested parties influencing it's "proper" chain management)
but also the main "market maker", providing "natural" platform/medium for other crypto-assets value exchange.

So it seems that it may become a "standard" of sorts that can[should ?!] be relied upon on one hand, yet from another perspective influence value (due to its internal volatility) of the "unrelated" crypto-asset significantly.

Would all these nice chains and projects die if all the BTC ASICs will just stop? - No, it won't. yet the assets value will plummet.

seamless integration of decentralized exchanges and direct cross-chain asset exchange would probably put things in place...

but what's up now?
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