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1  Other / Off-topic / Re: A1BitcoinPool Compensation on: February 26, 2012, 08:38:34 PM
So far I have
NAME/AMOUNT/SHARES/PAYMENT TYPE
BulaNula .93 120% PPS
MartyCHUBBS .23125 18500 PROP
P4MAN 1.5623 124984 PROP
SOMEONE703 ? PPS HAVE TO LOOK AT MY MANUAL LOG FOR SHARES PAID.
CHUPA .8625 69000 PROP
HEINZ 5.25 580000 PROP
ACEINOVATION 8.65 200000 PPS
ICANHAZHASH .375 30000 PROP
LEGOLOU 1.25 100000 PROP
JWU42 ? 17000 PPS HAVE TO LOOK AT MY MANUAL PAY LOG
SWEETSNELDA 4.50 360,000 PROP
XXAUDIOXX ? PPS HAVE TO LOOK AT MANUAL PAY LOG

Not sure if you want my input but this is pretty accurate.  If you want to ask me to verify miners that mined I will help with that. 
2  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: How does one set up a private pool? 3 BTC bounty for a TuT on: February 26, 2012, 04:31:08 AM
There's really nothing simple about setting up a pool unless you have the background.  If you do, then you wouldn't need a guide, so it's kind of a catch 22.

Take a lesson from mu5tang/A1BITCOINPOOL - if you can't get it setup on your own, you really, really shouldn't run a pool because stuff breaks all the time and you need to know how to fix it.

This is very true, then you get a nice scammer tag like I did and people just keep bashing you even before you get your pool up and running.  So it's totally not worth it.  Just let all these other idiots deal with all the pain in the ass stuff and have them pay you to mine for them. 
3  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: A1BitcoinPool Complaint on: February 23, 2012, 07:45:05 AM
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caplepair I'm sure can recover the data. I highly doubt he deleted it all knowing about the issue at hand.

As far as recovering the database, it's not possible.  Whoever hacked the server changed the password to the database.  There is now way of getting in. 
So ... what was this all about ... ?
Someone changed their mind about the database being there.
Clearly someone somewhere is lying about the database or cablepair deleted it AFTER the hack ... well then that's even worse ...

yeah something does not add up:(

Oh yea, the thing that doesnt add up is that you still owe me 14000 shares that you never completed. 
4  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: A1BitcoinPool Complaint on: February 23, 2012, 07:41:22 AM
I'm done responding to people who didn't mine a single share on this pool and have nothing better to do then try and turn this into a big mystery on what happenned.  I have explained this a million times.  If you think I'm lying then f@@k off.  I'm going to pay everyone on the list with the best information that I have and yes I really messed this up due to no programming experience and bad judgement.  I would have said something about the block being found earlier but it seems that anyone and everyone on this forum is just waiting to either label you as a scammer, thief, or try and tell you what you shouldn't do.  I can prove that I hired two people to try and fix this issue and I think one of them is the one that hacked the pool.   I have never met a bunch of people in my life who want everyone to fail for their own gain and because of this bitcoin will more then likely be nothing more then a failed attempt at something great.  What great community to participate in!
5  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: A1BitcoinPool Complaint on: February 23, 2012, 05:58:03 AM
Kano, how many shares did you mine at a1.
6  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: A1BitcoinPool Complaint on: February 23, 2012, 05:16:41 AM
I meant the server admin(the guy who set this up for me).
7  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: A1BitcoinPool Complaint on: February 23, 2012, 04:19:31 AM
The pool admin has advised me the database was deleted. 
8  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: A1BitcoinPool Complaint on: February 23, 2012, 03:14:57 AM
So far I have
NAME/AMOUNT/SHARES/PAYMENT TYPE
BulaNula .93 120% PPS
MartyCHUBBS .23125 18500 PROP
P4MAN 1.5623 124984 PROP
SOMEONE703 ? PPS HAVE TO LOOK AT MY MANUAL LOG FOR SHARES PAID.
CHUPA .8625 69000 PROP
HEINZ 5.25 580000 PROP
ACEINOVATION 8.65 200000 PPS
ICANHAZHASH .375 30000 PROP
LEGOLOU 1.25 100000 PROP
JWU42 ? 17000 PPS HAVE TO LOOK AT MY MANUAL PAY LOG
SWEETSNELDA 4.50 360,000 PROP
XXAUDIOXX ? PPS HAVE TO LOOK AT MANUAL PAY LOG

All prop payments were based off of first block at 4,000,000 shares.  All pps payments will be paid based off of 120% promo that I promised to whomever signed up for it.  I will update this list as it gets closer to 11 pm CST.  All the shares are based off of the first amount stated in the post.  I will not add any additional shares to this count. 
9  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: A1BitcoinPool Complaint on: February 22, 2012, 03:45:09 PM
I'm done explaining to you.  You didnt mine anything on this pool and your commenting without reading my posts.  You can label me a scammer, I am going to label you an idiot DeathandTaxes=idiot.
10  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: A1BitcoinPool Complaint on: February 22, 2012, 03:39:12 PM
Still did not get my 0.93 BTC back Sad

I think you guys bashing him are not helping much ...

Did you read?  He owed 120 BTC he intends to pay 20 BTC of that.  Even if he is being honest your expectation wouldn't be 0.93 it would be 0.93 * (20/120) = 0.155 BTC. 

Will you be happy with 0.155 BTC? Is that helpful?  Should people stop "bashing" a scammer now?

I guess you haven read anything on this post before you comment.  Miners who mined pps are going to get pps, miners who mined prop will get prop.  
11  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: A1BitcoinPool Complaint on: February 22, 2012, 12:13:47 PM
As far as recovering the database, it's not possible.  Whoever hacked the server changed the password to the database.  There is now way of getting in.  
Um. Lol? Unless it was encrypted, all you need to do is reset the password.

EDIT: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/5.0/en/resetting-permissions.html

Taken the technical "knowledge" he has shown so far there's no way he encrypted the password. And finding the above link shouldn't take more then 10 seconds if you actually search for it. So, yet another lie.

I'm waiting for the admin to let me know if the database is still on the server.  If it is then I will try the method above to retrieve the database.  If its not the server then there is nothing I can do.

12  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: A1BitcoinPool Complaint on: February 22, 2012, 03:09:40 AM
I will give everyone till tommorrow 2/22/12 11:00 pm central time to post what they are owed and then payment will be sent. 


I'll make a request for payment of 100k shares (I KNOW for a fact there were more, but I don't know how much). At the 120% you promised. I also recommend that the 20BTC Block reward be split up between the miner's.

I like how you wait until the cached page is changed to that 'site' before you resurface.

In short:

At least 100k shares @120% to 18EgrRMWXceMuF5pb7U3iuk9AAfi64D88S
I still think it is in your best interest to make the block reward appear to us.

caplepair I'm sure can recover the data. I highly doubt he deleted it all knowing about the issue at hand.

As far as recovering the database, it's not possible.  Whoever hacked the server changed the password to the database.  There is now way of getting in. 
13  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: A1BitcoinPool Complaint on: February 22, 2012, 03:08:44 AM
I have a list of all the pps miners because I was manually paying them.
14  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: A1BitcoinPool Complaint on: February 22, 2012, 03:06:10 AM
I will give everyone till tommorrow 2/22/12 11:00 pm central time to post what they are owed and then payment will be sent. 


I'll make a request for payment of 100k shares (I KNOW for a fact there were more, but I don't know how much). At the 120% you promised. I also recommend that the 20BTC Block reward be split up between the miner's.

I like how you wait until the cached page is changed to that 'site' before you resurface.

In short:

At least 100k shares @120% to 18EgrRMWXceMuF5pb7U3iuk9AAfi64D88S
I still think it is in your best interest to make the block reward appear to us.

Legolouman you were mining on proportional.  If you read my post above I will pay the proportional miners according to proportional and the pps miners will get the pps.  All proportional miners will be paid off of when the first block was found at around 4,000,000 shares.  I'm only allocating 20 btcs for the total payment because that's all I'm able to give out. 
15  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: A1BitcoinPool Complaint on: February 22, 2012, 02:36:18 AM
I will give everyone till tommorrow 2/22/12 11:00 pm central time to post what they are owed and then payment will be sent. 
16  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: A1BitcoinPool Complaint on: February 21, 2012, 10:09:12 PM
Anyone have a saved copy of the googlecache page.
17  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: A1BitcoinPool Complaint on: February 21, 2012, 09:14:29 PM
When the first block was found it didn't register correctly so I hired a programmer to try and fix this issue.  He told me that he couldn't include this block but the next one should show up. Due to a bad judgement and no programming knowledge I decided to hold onto the block hoping that the next one that was found would register. 

In other words you decided to steal $300.  Pure and simple you stole from miners.  If (and it is a stretch) it was impossible to automatically payout the block there is absolutely no reason you couldn't

a) post we found a block but payments aren't working
b) take a dump of db. miners, # of shares, and then manually issue payments.

You chose instead to steal $300 you didn't earn that belonged to other people and then do it again.

Your a thief.

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I'm willing to setup payment for up to 20btc.  If you are someone who is owed something please come forward and you will be paid if you were on prop or on pps. 

You pay in full 120 BTC of your should get a scammer tag.  Period.

This is not entirely true I mined 2,000,000 shares by myselft and at least another 3,000,000 were paid out on pps. 
18  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: A1BitcoinPool Complaint on: February 21, 2012, 08:33:41 PM
I just want to clear up that Cablepair is not me.  I did pay Cablepair to setup A1bitcoinpool.  I did find two blocks on the pool.  First one was at around 4,000,000 shares and the second was around 7,000,000 shares.  My intention was not to keep the blocks at all.  When the first block was found it didn't register correctly so I hired a programmer to try and fix this issue.  He told me that he couldn't include this block but the next one should show up. Due to a bad judgement and no programming knowledge I decided to hold onto the block hoping that the next one that was found would register.  After the second block didn't register I hired a different programmer to try and fix this.  He told me he couldn't.  The same evening  that I hired this programmer about 10 confirmations before the block generated the whole system shut down and I was locked out until the next morning when Cablepair was able to get access to the server. Once he got in the database was gone but was able to send me my wallet which I was able to recover 50 btc from it.  I'm willing to setup payment for up to 20btc.  If you are someone who is owed something please come forward and you will be paid if you were on prop or on pps.  
19  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: A1BitcoinPool Complaint on: February 16, 2012, 10:46:05 PM
And also please post if you were paid fairly up until the pool was hacked. 
20  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: A1BITCOINPOOL on: February 16, 2012, 10:00:59 PM
You can go and get the bitcoins from whoever blewup my pool and took it. 
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