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1  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: [ANN] CLOUDMINR on: July 16, 2015, 07:07:31 PM
Well I'm guessing the sale of email addresses was legit (even though I did not see mine on any of the lists doesn't mean it wasn't there) I'm assuming that since I had two accounts with very differing emails which have no commonalities. These con-artists must have purchased my info...  Gareth & Catherine Bull (jern@jsrmach.com); so be prepared I think our inboxes are going to get a shitload of these scams.
2  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: [ANN] CLOUDMINR on: July 16, 2015, 01:22:36 AM
i can't open ccan.io
This webpage is not available

ERR_SSL_VERSION_OR_CIPHER_MISMATCH

any 1 can help me?

Why open it.. It's a scam just like Bitcoin Income. The site's are identical except the color. Promised 24/7 support promised you can start withdrawing your earnings within 24 hours of first investment. You can try but your withdraws never get past pending. Although your balance continues to grow according to the site... My withdraw has been pending for 2 months, no reply from their 24/7 support. Now the site will not open either lol. So best of luck.
3  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: [ANN] CLOUDMINR on: July 15, 2015, 02:58:41 AM
honestly it seems quite confusing...

#1 could be actual proof that they were hacked...
#2 1btc? really? rather weird to ask for such a small amount, on top of what they made...

or, they did it exactly like that to make us think they were hacked, when in fact they weren't

i know that cloudminr coming back is rather improbable...
however a lesson must be learned, out of this...

Hacked or not hacked is no difference as long the service is closed. My name is not in that list, so it's a fake - a cheap fake for only 1 BTC. *lol* Everyone could build such a list. You need only one fake-account who tells us in this forum that its name is on the list and all will believe it. How often you can sell it? Once, twice or 100 times? It's a Freeloader scam, but funny.
I guess, Cloudminr is already back with a new name because it would be stupid if they would'nt use the scam a second (or third?) time. And learning by doing applies to investors as well as for scammers because there is always room for improvement to earn more money.  Wink
The only question is: What is the name of the new cloud?

I think it is  the https://ccan.io/   ....


ccan.io looks too much like that bitcoin income site which only stole my money. Good luck with it.
4  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: [ANN] CLOUDMINR on: July 13, 2015, 10:12:24 PM
Has anybody seen this?

They published all the emails and passwords of their users on the website

And also here: http://pastebin.com/cZ7sy3Gr

Must be a proof that the site was hacked and the hackers want to damage as much as they can cloudminr.

That link has been removed, here is another one http://pastebin.com/PcVSmbaD I am not on the list btw

2 lists over 7,000 names and so far I'm not in any of them.. I don't know if I should feel left out or count my blessings here.

Hm.. so now I've seen 3 different lists over 8000 accounts and mine isn't in any of them.. I did notice a few different cloudminrs

List is also going for $150 https://payivy.com/v/7a4d7
5  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: [ANN] CLOUDMINR on: July 13, 2015, 09:40:25 PM
Has anybody seen this?

They published all the emails and passwords of their users on the website

And also here: http://pastebin.com/cZ7sy3Gr


That's the same site claiming to have hacked pretty much everyone.
6  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: [ANN] CLOUDMINR on: July 11, 2015, 08:59:57 AM
Scrypt.CC scam or was it really hacked? Yeah it was a ripoff deposits never appearing in my account, hashrate rising sky high when I first invested the plummenting and barely earning anything.. So I cut my losses and ran several months ago. So my account should have a 0 balance...

So tonight I get an email from them wanting me to confirm a withdraw for .5 BTC to a wallet address that I have no clue who it belongs to.

Hi,

This email is to confirm your withdrawal request at Scrypt.CC

Withdrawal Ammount: 0.567558
To BTC Address: 18pr89dBais78mmuZc6Xs44vV5aLyUztjD

scryptcc is scam, but it's unkown if it was really hacked. you know their hashrate's are completely made up and that provable

That's just really a very strange email. Considering I sold every thing for maybe 5% of what I paid and left them lol. I should not have .5 for anyone to try to withdraw.

Maybe this email is just a spam and not from scrypt.cc.

Header looked legit but anything's possible.
7  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: [ANN] CLOUDMINR on: July 11, 2015, 07:55:12 AM
Scrypt.CC scam or was it really hacked? Yeah it was a ripoff deposits never appearing in my account, hashrate rising sky high when I first invested the plummenting and barely earning anything.. So I cut my losses and ran several months ago. So my account should have a 0 balance...

So tonight I get an email from them wanting me to confirm a withdraw for .5 BTC to a wallet address that I have no clue who it belongs to.

Hi,

This email is to confirm your withdrawal request at Scrypt.CC

Withdrawal Ammount: 0.567558
To BTC Address: 18pr89dBais78mmuZc6Xs44vV5aLyUztjD

scryptcc is scam, but it's unkown if it was really hacked. you know their hashrate's are completely made up and that provable

That's just really a very strange email. Considering I sold every thing for maybe 5% of what I paid and left them lol. I should not have .5 for anyone to try to withdraw.
8  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: [ANN] CLOUDMINR on: July 11, 2015, 04:22:36 AM
Scrypt.CC scam or was it really hacked? Yeah it was a ripoff deposits never appearing in my account, hashrate rising sky high when I first invested the plummenting and barely earning anything.. So I cut my losses and ran several months ago. So my account should have a 0 balance...

So tonight I get an email from them wanting me to confirm a withdraw for .5 BTC to a wallet address that I have no clue who it belongs to.

Hi,

This email is to confirm your withdrawal request at Scrypt.CC

Withdrawal Ammount: 0.567558
To BTC Address: 18pr89dBais78mmuZc6Xs44vV5aLyUztjD
9  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: [ANN] CLOUDMINR on: July 10, 2015, 12:49:50 AM
Any word on what's going on with cloudminr? Have they even poked their heads in here to at least offer an apology, or update? Obviously they have yet to send out emails to their customers and those of us who are still holding on by a thread, hoping that this isn't just another huge scam...

BTW has anyone tried googling cloudminr.io hacked? I'm a little nervous after stumbling on a site that claims it has a "code" that hacked "www.cloudminr.io cloudminr.io www.pocketdice.io pocketdice.io www.scrypt.cc scrypt.cc source eobot xapo cointellect eobot.com xapo.com blockchain coinbase cointellect.com"  

Sure. If I did all that, the first thing I'd do would be screaming about it on the net.. Smiley

Hey you never know.. All the scams out there and no one being held accountable.. Why not brag when no one can do anything to you.
10  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: [ANN] CLOUDMINR on: July 10, 2015, 12:07:27 AM
Any word on what's going on with cloudminr? Have they even poked their heads in here to at least offer an apology, or update? Obviously they have yet to send out emails to their customers and those of us who are still holding on by a thread, hoping that this isn't just another huge scam...

BTW has anyone tried googling cloudminr.io hacked? I'm a little nervous after stumbling on a site that claims it has a "code" that hacked "www.cloudminr.io cloudminr.io www.pocketdice.io pocketdice.io www.scrypt.cc scrypt.cc source eobot xapo cointellect eobot.com xapo.com blockchain coinbase cointellect.com"  
11  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: [ANN] CLOUDMINR on: July 06, 2015, 10:21:02 PM
I think cloudminr is a great example of "how to scam people".
What was the plan in my point of view?

  • start a cloud-miner.
  • make people to invest with big discounts and profit calculations.
  • make them to reinvest instead of payout but make payouts to look like a serious service.
  • wait until you've got enough BTC and the BTC price is high.
  • pretend that your service AND - for sure - your twitter-account has been hacked and it takes time to restart a new service
  • use the time to sell the scammed BTC
  • still pretend that the "hackers" do that
  • disappear

i think this is what happend and will happen. i don't belive the official story.

Actually Gawminers Zen Portal was a GREAT way to scam people; I lost everything I invested with them; they closed down shop preventing me from withdrawing any funds I had deposited. Had 50 of their Paycoin which was supposed to be valued at no less than $20.. Last I checked paycoin was worth 2 cent.. Anyway locked entirely out of my account no help from support lost everything I had. At least I can honestly say that Cloudminr.io was paying out. I did receive weekly payments to my wallet unless I reinvested my earnings.

I'm just hoping that they do come back up; I might not have a fortune invested but so far this is the one cloud mining site I've found that doesn't want an arm and a leg, and does actually pay you without the ridiculous fees.
12  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: BFGMiner 5.0.0: GBT+Stratum, RPC, Mac/Linux/Win64, BlackArrow Prospero, KnC Nep. on: December 21, 2014, 04:09:10 AM
Just got a "new r-box" or r-box 100. Have it running on BFGminer 5.0.0 and unable to clock it up to even default speed. Is there a different driver I should be using?

 Before I purchased it I saw on the site that it claimed both cg and bfgminers supported it... anyway I'm unable to set clock speed higher than 290 --site says 340 in both miners-- when I try; I get this message: dangerous clock speed <use unsafe :N to force".  

 Anyone know if there's a simple way to get this thing mining at it's default speeds or am I stuck with only 47 effective GH of 100?
13  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: ***CoinGamez Play Online Games for Free The Official page *** on: November 28, 2014, 04:59:10 AM
I'm still fairly new to this faucet. However I can honestly state that it does indeed payout. The only issue I have had using the site is that it does seem to go down a lot for me. Perhaps the attacks.. who knows.
14  Bitcoin / Group buys / Re: [PAUSED] .10 btc 32-37gh 40-50 Wts Rockminer R-BOX. ASICMiner Gen 3 chip on: August 18, 2014, 08:36:52 AM
I was actually wondering about this. I have yet to get mine above 34 (having to unplug and replug the power in to do so). I was wondering if perhaps using a slightly higher wattage might raise hashing speed to the promised 37ghs. When I purchased mine I was told the recommended 12V 5A was insufficient to power these and had a 12V 7A power supply suggested. Instead I opted for the 12V 6A.
15  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: BFGMiner 4.5.0: GBT+Strtm, RPC, Mac/Lnx/W64 on: July 30, 2014, 10:04:25 PM
Antminer U1 Trouble....

For some reason bfgminer wont detect my U1 anymore.  The green lights are on, so there is power.  Once I do m, +, all it will blink some but then say no devices found.  I've also tried ./bfgminer -S amu:all and -S antminer:all to no avail.  Any ideas? The jalapeno is running fine though.  This just stopped working one day and now it can't seem to pick it up. 

Thanks,

 Fuglie

P.S. - It might be the u1 itself....cgminer cant find the dang thing either.  But I like bfgminer more so if y'all can help that would be awesome.
I have a U1 that acts the same way. It just dies and I need to reseat it in the USB port several times sometimes before it starts working again.. It also won't overclock very high so I just write it off as a flaky stick.

I've had that problem too. Sometimes switching hubs helps.
16  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: BFGMiner 4.4.0: GBT+Strtm, RPC, Mac/Lnx/W64, Mac autodetect, JTMiner, proxy on: July 24, 2014, 01:36:33 AM
Can I use BFGMiner with 2 different types of ASIC devices at the same time?  Currently Im running 10 AntMiner U2s, I just ordered a few Rockminer R-BOX units.  Id like to run all from 1 instance of BFG.

Yep, Currently have 3 NanoFurys (F1/F2), 23 Antminer U1/U2 and 6 r-boxes all running.

I could use some help writing a config file, mine seems to only save pools.


Do you specify different speeds for the U1 and U2?  I have both and I have everything running at the same speed because I couldn't figure out how to run some at 0981 and others at 0781.


Code:
bfgminer.exe -o stratum+tcp://stratum.bitcoin.cz:3333 -u worker -p xxx -S antminer:all --set-device antminer:clock=x0781

I'm in the same boat really. I tried using the command for U2 but that just drove U1s and U2 crazy with tons of hardware errors
17  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: BFGMiner 4.4.0: GBT+Strtm, RPC, Mac/Lnx/W64, Mac autodetect, JTMiner, proxy on: July 22, 2014, 08:02:39 PM
Can I use BFGMiner with 2 different types of ASIC devices at the same time?  Currently Im running 10 AntMiner U2s, I just ordered a few Rockminer R-BOX units.  Id like to run all from 1 instance of BFG.

Yep, Currently have 3 NanoFurys (F1/F2), 23 Antminer U1/U2 and 6 r-boxes all running.

I could use some help writing a config file, mine seems to only save pools.

18  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: [WTS] ATX PSU to 2.5 or 2.1/5.5mm 12V coaxial plug power cables [New Product!!] on: July 20, 2014, 12:34:58 AM
So is one pcie cable as above enough to power 3 r boxes?

Yes, you are correct those cables will do three units.

So one cable can power 3 units, does that include overclocking? I'd be interested in purchasing a couple of these, if you could send me a quote and payment method.
19  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: BFGMiner 4.4.0: GBT+Strtm, RPC, Mac/Lnx/W64, Mac autodetect, JTMiner, proxy on: July 16, 2014, 11:46:04 PM
Hi, I've got 2 Rock Miner R-Boxes running on BFG miner 4.4.0. I tried over clocking them but it doesn't seem to work. They've been running for well over an hour one is staying at a consistent 32 ghs, while the other one hasn't hit 30 yet (29.32.. could be the hub I'm using for it?). Anyway I was hoping someone might have a fix for the over clock issue?


Edit:
Well, I've managed to find my own work around I don't know if this will prove useful to anyone else. So far I am able to achieve 34GHs by unplugging and replugging the power to the r-boxes
20  Other / Beginners & Help / Alright so this is just some insight from a beginning to a beginner. on: July 02, 2014, 09:35:46 AM
Let me start of by stating that I am still fairly new to this, and no doubt still I have much to learn. Okay now that that's out of the way. A few things I've learned is do some reasearch. Try different pools to see for yourself, the fees seem to vary from pool to pool. Don't believe everything you read; just because you see more glowing reviews than nasty comments..

Each pool and each user's needs differ; an advanced member may be making their mortgage payment from just a few days worth of mining; but these people have been doing this a while and THs upon THs. You on the other hand just broke the bank and maybe starting with a few GH..

 Anyway since February.. I've tried several pools and this what I've learnt. (keep in mind I'm still a beginner with just a measly 49 GHs).




BTCGuild  38 hours 35 shifts, 49,328 difficulty 32/64 shares.. earning .00148993

eclipse.. start time 2:22 am.. starting balance: .00000256 around 11,000 shares varied difficulty..

ending balance just before switching to cex-io 0.00102356.. just shy of 14 hours

let's throw cex.io in the mix.. i have earned the least from them but - will give it another shot

and just for good measure.. slush's pool might be great if you have the GHs


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