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October 10, 2016, 12:06:37 PM
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Please help raise awareness for our pool.

Me and my friend created a western and more interactive mining pool. (I mean china dominates right now) I am hoping with bitcointalks help it might be more than just an idea.

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It features a dashboard with all current round information with a section for network activity. It has a worker dashboard too manage all workers. Responsive support of course. Trying too get the western miners too move away from china as to help spread the BTC wealth across the rest of the globe. I love china don't get me wrong but 90% of people who mine it seems uses Chinese pools. I doubt this post will be even seen but it is worth a shot. I would love for any of you too consider adding your hash power too the pool and collectively we shall mine our way too equal footing with the Chinese pools.

Part of the problem about china dominating is everyone who is not from china (mostly) joined their pools. I would like too see bitcoin less dominated by china and part of the solution would be pool mining away from China. Just got to try and convince people it is not just possible its realistically possible!

I hope too expand and grow my own operations so donations are very much appreciated but not expected of course! 1N7deTWbkntsbKV3dK5MwBVs5UwTWMwwNv - BTC (I don't expect anyone to give away their hard earned bitcoins may i add)

I would love to see a non Chinese farm on the list! People keep saying no one can compete and that just is not true. Just need more people from around the world connecting too a non Chinese pool! They do not own 90% net hash rate so we can be competitors as it were. I am trying too save up too buy more hardware because for me mining is more than just income. It's a hobby and something i love doing. That too me is what it is about. Loving what you do!

I am very big on community driven stuff as i feel bitcoin itself is just that. It's success has been based on the will of people wanting it to be. If enough people that mine can be reached i bet many of you would be very surprised at what could be achieved when the community pulls together. I just hope this reaches enough people. I'm disabled and not able to work right now so saving up is incredibly hard but i have the drive to get this done! Hopefully i will have my own collection of mining hardware. (starting with 3xGPU which can be added too my current mother board) But that is a mere dream for now so focusing on BTC pool and a couple of ALT pools. Mining with an AMD R390 aswell soo hardware buying is very slow. Any help promoting the pool would be hugely appreciated. I genuinely want too that everyone in advanced for even looking at this post!

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October 10, 2016, 12:24:56 PM
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Many big farms on this forum and i feel none will see my post, would be awesome to see people move towards a more local pool! Just trying hard too bring crypto back a little away from asia as well as hopefully in time save up enough too buy hardware, Unemployed and disabled ^^ life is fantastic ^^ i guess i have more drive as a result! Thanks for viewing my thread guys. Lets hope a farm owner see's this. Also the admin team will be available 24/7. Also check me out on facebook /joshslim.
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October 10, 2016, 12:56:32 PM
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Maybe you should post it under the POOLS section....    Just a thought
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October 10, 2016, 08:10:28 PM
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Incoming community service announcement.

No one's ever heard of you and you have no reputation whatsoever on this forum so if you expect people to entrust you with the running of millions of dollars worth of hardware that produces tens of thousands of dollars worth of coin each day to reliably distribute the funds then you are either 1. a scammer or 2. naive. The usual pattern on this forum is people belong to the former, but I'll give you the benefit of the doubt and suggest to you what I offer all new unknown pool operators. Find yourself a well respected member of the forum who is happy to hold 12.5BTC in escrow from you until your pool finds its first block and you distribute the funds from it, with every miner on your pool confirming they have received their reward. The usual response from scammers is they can't afford to outlay 12.5BTC. If you can't afford to offer 12.5BTC in escrow funds then why do you expect miners to entrust you with all their money?

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October 10, 2016, 08:21:12 PM
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I don't know who are you and if people can to trust you but I give you advice and will be pleased if you read it carefully:

1. When you are going to start doing business, you need to collect much money by loans or etc, not donations.

2. Make something different to attrack new people.

3. Make some promotions and don't take any percent for some months in your mining pool.

4. Organize project and make new official thread here

5. Try to spend some money in advertisement, people aren't mad when they spend half money on advertising.

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October 11, 2016, 01:32:51 AM
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Incoming community service announcement.

No one's ever heard of you and you have no reputation whatsoever on this forum so if you expect people to entrust you with the running of millions of dollars worth of hardware that produces tens of thousands of dollars worth of coin each day to reliably distribute the funds then you are either 1. a scammer or 2. naive. The usual pattern on this forum is people belong to the former, but I'll give you the benefit of the doubt and suggest to you what I offer all new unknown pool operators. Find yourself a well respected member of the forum who is happy to hold 12.5BTC in escrow from you until your pool finds its first block and you distribute the funds from it, with every miner on your pool confirming they have received their reward. The usual response from scammers is they can't afford to outlay 12.5BTC. If you can't afford to offer 12.5BTC in escrow funds then why do you expect miners to entrust you with all their money?

No one has heard of me yet* If you read my post you would understand life is a tad uphill so most people have not heard of me as i am a nobody. Never claimed other wise.... You can how ever add me on facebook which i have had since i was 14 also i would be more than happy to give the moderators my I.D/Passport proof of address etc (which will match my facebook and any other places you can find my alias (egjoshslim or joshslim) All issues can be addressed. Sometimes circumstance takes opportunities away from people even though they posses the intelligence too do something just not the finance too purchase enough hardware.

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October 11, 2016, 01:53:18 AM
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also it is 0 fee! well will be when i get home! Smiley was thinking of holding BTC competitions from the pool. For only people who have been mining a) certain amount of time b) minimum share amount too enter. The prize could be a btc block? which i'd take from the pool feel when it is introduced later on. (with the pool communities approval) just think it would make someones year to get an entire block of BTC. Would come from pool fee so not a loss too the ones mining. The minute the pool fee amount reaches 12.5 we run the competition? think that would be cool.
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October 16, 2016, 11:11:31 AM
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I don't know who are you and if people can to trust you but I give you advice and will be pleased if you read it carefully:

1. When you are going to start doing business, you need to collect much money by loans or etc, not donations.

2. Make something different to attrack new people.

3. Make some promotions and don't take any percent for some months in your mining pool.

4. Organize project and make new official thread here

5. Try to spend some money in advertisement, people aren't mad when they spend half money on advertising.

You are totally right and the reputation means a lot. Who wants to work without cheating it will work. The idea is good, depends on how it will be implemented.
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October 25, 2016, 06:27:04 PM
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Well that didn't last long... there is no longer a BTC mining pool at the provided URL.  Currently only some alt coin mining is available.

Jonny's Pool - Mine with us and help us grow!  Support a pool that supports Bitcoin, not a hardware manufacturer's pockets!  No SPV cheats.  No empty blocks.
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October 25, 2016, 07:58:00 PM
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No surprise.

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