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June 07, 2011, 07:50:57 PM
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Hi im using slush's mining pool, currently have 2BTC in my wallet,  I cant seem to figure out how to transfer them to anyone else, Help would be greatly appreciated.
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June 07, 2011, 08:08:49 PM
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Log into bitcoin client and create a bitcoin wallet address.

Then copy+paste it in the account details section and press 'save'. Also if you already didn't, then set the payment threshold at 2.0.


The payment script should run every hour or so. The more you withdraw the higher priority it gets, for example 0.05 payments can take hours.

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June 07, 2011, 08:14:19 PM
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Log into bitcoin client and create a bitcoin wallet address.

Then copy+paste it in the account details section and press 'save'. Also if you already didn't, then set the payment threshold at 2.0.

The payment script should run every hour or so. The more you withdraw the higher priority it gets, for example 0.05 payments can take hours.

Thanks alot I did what you said, well see what happens now, I assume the bitcoin client automatically updates itself periodically? Im pretty tech savy but this really seems completely user unfriendly heh. It should send the coins its already mined as well as any future coin right?

Hopefully my next post will be conformation it worked.
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June 07, 2011, 08:23:17 PM
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Oh no...... What the hell it says payout history going to my "old" wallet address. I thought slush site was my wallet and have no idea what to do about the 2 coins I mined how do I get those?Huh
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June 07, 2011, 08:41:27 PM
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No, a wallet is created with the bitcoin client.

Slush just owns a pool for mining BTC that pays out rewards into your wallet. I prefer it in the long term over solo mining.

Don't panic just yet though, you said it went to an old address. That means you likely already saved a BTC address on slush's site (very doubtful that you would have entered anything else there).

It will appear into your bitcoin wallet within 5 mins to 1 hour usually.


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June 07, 2011, 08:44:37 PM
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No, a wallet is created with the bitcoin client.

Slush just owns a pool for mining BTC that pays out rewards into your wallet. I prefer it in the long term over solo mining.

Don't panic just yet though, you said it went to an old address. That means you likely already saved a BTC address on slush's site (very doubtful that you would have entered anything else there).

It will appear into your bitcoin wallet within 5 mins to 1 hour usually.



Yea it was just the one generated by the site, I thought some how i used that address to send to somewhere like mtgox... I see under payout transaction history for each one of my coins they havent been redeemed so i guess theres still hope they they will be sent to my wallet somehow?
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June 07, 2011, 09:04:52 PM
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Again I really appriceate your help my gpu has been running for four days straight and would be a shame if it was for nothing, I stopped the guiminer, If I dont see my coins in my wallet in a couple hours i doubt ill continue to mine.
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June 07, 2011, 11:52:59 PM
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Nope I never got the coins, really disheartening.   Cry
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