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June 19, 2012, 11:31:08 PM
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i've lurked on the forums for a while reading(mostly about Phoenix miner which I use) but have now been forced to join up because ABCpool.co has no contact means other than on these forums, which is a kick in the teeth considering...  Roll Eyes

Hello to all the miners out there, keep on, er... digging?  Grin
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June 19, 2012, 11:42:15 PM
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Again another long time lurker and today I hit my year anniversary as a miner.  The next year should be interesting!
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June 21, 2012, 03:26:53 PM
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thank yo very much for explanation ,it s been a really valuable info actually
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June 21, 2012, 03:56:18 PM
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where can I see how much time I have spent online?  Huh
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June 21, 2012, 03:57:23 PM
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where can I see how much time I have spent online?  Huh

Go to your profile, bottom of the page there's a link to your general statistics. There's also one at the top of pretty much every page next to your avatar and username, under the new replies and unread posts watchlist links, I suppose that one varies by skin though.

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June 21, 2012, 04:03:27 PM
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Go to your profile, bottom of the page there's a link to your general statistics. There's also one at the top of pretty much every page next to your avatar and username, under the new replies and unread posts watchlist links, I suppose that one varies by skin though.

Found it. Thank you!
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June 21, 2012, 07:26:49 PM
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Glad we were allowed to send PM's before posts outside of newbies Smiley just need to wait till I reach 5 posts...
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June 22, 2012, 02:37:11 AM
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I guess I understand why they have restrictions but I am trying to get some info from another section and I cannot ask a question until I post in here?  Finding this very frustrating... but I will follow the rules.. at  least I might be able to PM someone with the answer.

New here ... Thanks!

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June 22, 2012, 03:49:27 AM
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I guess I understand why they have restrictions but I am trying to get some info from another section and I cannot ask a question until I post in here?  Finding this very frustrating... but I will follow the rules.. at  least I might be able to PM someone with the answer.

New here ... Thanks!

Here's an idea...

If you have a pressing question, ask it in the newbie section.  We do pay attention to the newbie section, it's not just a penalty box, and if you're asking it  perhaps the answer will help others.

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June 22, 2012, 04:36:01 AM
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I guess I understand why they have restrictions but I am trying to get some info from another section and I cannot ask a question until I post in here?  Finding this very frustrating... but I will follow the rules.. at  least I might be able to PM someone with the answer.

New here ... Thanks!

Here's an idea...

If you have a pressing question, ask it in the newbie section.  We do pay attention to the newbie section, it's not just a penalty box, and if you're asking it  perhaps the answer will help others.

It wasn't a pressing question.... someone posted something in another thread in another forum and I wanted to respond in that thread... in most forums that is possible, you get an account, you get an email verifying your you... you post in the thread that has the topic your interested in.  Posting what I wanted in here wouldn't add info or opinion to the thread I was interested in..  I understand the moderators protecting the forum integrity... it was just frustrating how I had to figure out how to even PM...Which probably shows I didn't read the "I accept" info before I checked the box....guilty.... I get it .. I will play by the rules ... not trying to cause an argument just voicing my opinion.... as insignificant as it may be.

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June 22, 2012, 04:42:25 AM
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I guess I understand why they have restrictions but I am trying to get some info from another section and I cannot ask a question until I post in here?  Finding this very frustrating... but I will follow the rules.. at  least I might be able to PM someone with the answer.

New here ... Thanks!

Here's an idea...

If you have a pressing question, ask it in the newbie section.  We do pay attention to the newbie section, it's not just a penalty box, and if you're asking it  perhaps the answer will help others.

It wasn't a pressing question.... someone posted something in another thread in another forum and I wanted to respond in that thread... in most forums that is possible, you get an account, you get an email verifying your you... you post in the thread that has the topic your interested in.  Posting what I wanted in here wouldn't add info or opinion to the thread I was interested in..  I understand the moderators protecting the forum integrity... it was just frustrating how I had to figure out how to even PM...Which probably shows I didn't read the "I accept" info before I checked the box....guilty.... I get it .. I will play by the rules ... not trying to cause an argument just voicing my opinion.... as insignificant as it may be.

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June 22, 2012, 09:14:15 AM
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4 hours online, eh? I've done the 5 post minimum, but I may have to leave a browser tab open for 3 more hours, unless only active browsing of the forums counts as being online.

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June 22, 2012, 04:28:17 PM
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i'm a lurker. having to post 5 times in one day is like torture. but ok.
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June 22, 2012, 06:14:22 PM
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4 hours online, eh? I've done the 5 post minimum, but I may have to leave a browser tab open for 3 more hours, unless only active browsing of the forums counts as being online.

Yes, the algorithm only counts active time on the forum as time online. There's plenty to read though  Wink

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June 22, 2012, 07:17:40 PM
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Restrictions seem reasonable, effort trying to make meaningful posts though.
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June 22, 2012, 07:40:55 PM
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Restrictions seem reasonable, effort trying to make meaningful posts though.

I agree... but again.. playing the game ... the ends justify the means...

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June 22, 2012, 11:06:56 PM
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I just came here to ask about BitInstant. I have used them before and it was indeed 'instant', but I did $1200 in deposits with them yesterday and I still haven't received anything from them! Nor have they responded to my support email.
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June 22, 2012, 11:37:33 PM
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I just came here to ask about BitInstant. I have used them before and it was indeed 'instant', but I did $1200 in deposits with them yesterday and I still haven't received anything from them! Nor have they responded to my support email.

Did you write TrustCash/whatever other company you were using a check? I paid by cash on Wednesday and received my coins in <20 minutes from the time I deposited. Today I deposited (<$1000) by check, and I haven't received my coins yet, for 3 hours now.

One other thing that might have stopped your order from going through is that your order was more than $1000. As I understand it, that is the maximum amount per day that you can deposit, although they might have meant Bitcoins rather than Dollars.

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limits 500 for all transfers, 1000 for cash bank deposits, 4000 per per day

I will send you a PM (personal/private message) regarding this issue, click the "My Messages" link at the top by "Profile".

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June 22, 2012, 11:42:34 PM
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One other thing that might have stopped your order from going through is that your order was more than $1000. As I understand it, that is the maximum amount per day that you can deposit, although they might have meant Bitcoins rather than Dollars.

No, they didn't.  The $1K daily rule is there to keep BitInstant inline with US banking laws with respect to international transfer agencies.  The laws exist (officially) to frustrate monely laundering efforts, and probably do apply to bitcoin intermediaries in general, although that has never been tested in court as far as I am aware.  If you want to transfer more than that daily limit, you have to extensively identify yourself to BitInstant, who in turn will do so to the US government on your behalf should any of your transactions come under scrutiny

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June 22, 2012, 11:54:29 PM
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Actually I did two $600 deposits. I did them separately.

If there was some problem with that, it's pretty scary that no one has even responded to my support email saying so, and I would still like to know what happened to my money!
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