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Author Topic: Stay away from zec.suprnova.cc (and the whole family)! It is a scam!  (Read 9993 times)
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August 04, 2017, 12:16:26 AM
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Another problem is that under "Statistics > Pool" it will show your estimate ZEC/day and I never reached even half of that amount daily after weeks mining there. I'm out of suprnova, something shady is going on.
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August 04, 2017, 01:23:06 AM
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Another problem is that under "Statistics > Pool" it will show your estimate ZEC/day and I never reached even half of that amount daily after weeks mining there. I'm out of suprnova, something shady is going on.

The guy who runs it as far as I can tell has a rather sterling reputation. The list of alternative pools with better reputations is pretty much non existent. Only a few as good

What cards are you usuing where running ZEC is profitable anyway?

I've used their SIGT, MONA, LBRY, ZEN, and CHC pools for well over 48 hours. All of them paid out within expected variance.

Reducing difficulty slightly from the auto difficulty helped even out the dashboard for me. Didn't seem to increase payout but it makes me feel better when I look at it
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August 06, 2017, 05:36:03 AM
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no  scam
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August 28, 2017, 03:45:29 PM
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ocminer, how many times do I have to ask you? Can I get my missing payout now?
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September 24, 2017, 08:11:49 PM
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Suprnova links to a miner on github.cm on their ZEC page.  github.CM?  Google reports it as a phishing site.

Lame.
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November 01, 2017, 12:21:12 PM
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Came across this thread today and wanted to give my support to Ocminer,been using his pool for over 2 years now and payouts and earnings are as they should be,I have compared supernova with other pools before deciding on supernova for mining and have talked with Ocminer regarding issues when new coins have been added to pool,response from Ocminer has always been prompt and helpful with great support for interesting projects,I have found he does not add any shitcoin to his pool but does the research and adds coins based on good fundamentals that are aligned with the true vision of crypto and not just for profit.
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November 02, 2017, 07:51:44 PM
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Big scam!
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December 12, 2017, 08:47:33 PM
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been using suprnova for some time now, all was good, payments came etc.  But ...there will be people that doubt it, so here's what you can do.

STEP 1: Get 2 or 3 RIGS with the same parameters
STEP 2: Point rig 1 to surnova. Point rig 2 to whatever other pool you want
STEP 3: Let them run for 1 week (or more).
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Step 4: share the results with us Smiley
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meanwhile, I'm sticking with suprnova
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December 12, 2017, 11:04:46 PM
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Oh dear.
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December 20, 2017, 05:23:39 AM
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Are you guys sure there's no issue?  That's no what my experience and results show:

I'm using Suprnova and CCMiner x64 2.2.3 (ccMiner tpruvot fork v2.2.3 With Polytimos and KeccakC support) with 4 gtx 1070s to mine Monacoin (Lyra2Rev2 algo).

CCMiner reports around 34-35 MH/s per card = 139-140 MH/s total yet Suprnova reports around 80 - 100 MH/s on the graph on the left, and in a box on the right reports around 80 MH/s.

Also, according to whattomine, I should be making 1.1-1.2 Monacoin per day.  Well, I've been mining for about 12 days and only have 8.5 Monacoin (8 paid, 0.5 not paid yet).

Something is obviously not right...
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December 29, 2017, 10:07:52 PM
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I have yet to be paid anywhere close to the calculators over a several day period. So either the calcs are wrong in their difficulty assumptions or something is happening on the pool end...? When the zen pool has 1/3 to 1/2 of the world hashing power, payouts should be quite consistent. My payouts have been off by ~25%, what gives???
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February 05, 2018, 04:08:53 PM
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I hear you! and EVERY ONE that I have tried is a scam unfortunately! Hashparty is another one and every time I go to Discord to ask questions about payment I get some teeny bopper kid that is a complete asshole! They always say shit like "is your miner programmed right?' I am getting hash THE PAYMENT IS SUSPECT NOT THE MINER! Nothing! Then say stuff like "well your not making enough hash, bullshit! because when I pulled my servers and miners last night their pathetic little pool basically crashed and they didn't find a block for hour and hours later! lol Now I am convinced that it is a scam! Furthermore I traced the payments back and see how much hash was slanged and it is obvious what is going on. one person had like 109,000 and got 7000.4 etn another person had 500,000 and got .8 etn..THAT IS POINT .8 NOT EVEN A WHOLE ETN..So yeah they are ALL scams, some please give me an address of a descent pool besides nice hash! thanks...
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