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May 13, 2014, 04:06:13 PM
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It's not a big deal, but is anyone else getting 2 emails anytime you get a payout notification? Just wish I would get double paid like the double emails. Cheesy

occasionally I do.


I get the double emails most the time. Today's payout I only got a single email notification.

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May 13, 2014, 08:58:34 PM
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It's not a big deal, but is anyone else getting 2 emails anytime you get a payout notification? Just wish I would get double paid like the double emails. Cheesy

occasionally I do.


I get the double emails most the time. Today's payout I only got a single email notification.

I got 1 normal and 2 dual today. just seems random.
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May 13, 2014, 08:59:25 PM
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In the year I have been mining here I have never seen a swing in luck like that

it happens all the time, that is how it always averages out on the Slush pool o luv
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May 13, 2014, 09:43:42 PM
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is there anyway of getting a manual payout under the minimum payout of 0.01?

This will be implemented in the next overhaul/upgrade that is currently in the works.  Don't know what the minimum will be then, but my guess is something like .002?

thanks googlemaster - do you know when it might be?
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May 15, 2014, 04:36:46 PM
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What a lovely run of blocks  Cheesy
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May 15, 2014, 07:10:10 PM
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What a lovely run of blocks  Cheesy

yeah pretty nice streak!  and no orphans!
now expect a baddy!
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May 15, 2014, 07:27:51 PM
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A few more like that please!!!! Grin

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May 15, 2014, 08:33:19 PM
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Totally makes up for my router crapping out the other day. Plus I added another Ant to my farm  Cool

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May 15, 2014, 09:59:29 PM
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I am a newbie...if you can call someone 50 years old a newbie Cheesy. So far I have been mining for about one month and have made 1/3 of my initial investment.
This can be profitable but has become my new hobby as well. I am formerly a "banker" by trade and I am adding a new Antminer to my growing farm. Have you guys seen the prices for the cloud hashing from Cointerra 10TH between 37K and 50K a year...Why would you do that? 10 Antminers would cost after coupons $19,600.00. Even if you have your miners hosted the total would be 37K a year. Then at least you could sell your equipment at a later date. Why would you contract hash?
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May 16, 2014, 01:10:25 AM
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I am a newbie...if you can call someone 50 years old a newbie Cheesy. So far I have been mining for about one month and have made 1/3 of my initial investment.
This can be profitable but has become my new hobby as well. I am formerly a "banker" by trade and I am adding a new Antminer to my growing farm. Have you guys seen the prices for the cloud hashing from Cointerra 10TH between 37K and 50K a year...Why would you do that? 10 Antminers would cost after coupons $19,600.00. Even if you have your miners hosted the total would be 37K a year. Then at least you could sell your equipment at a later date. Why would you contract hash?

Hello, and welcome.

I'm curious as to what you purchased and for how much that returned 1/3 in a month? When I crunch the numbers on many of the devices I see for sale, factor in predicted rises in difficulty, I do not see many ever reaching ROI.

I started with GPU mining then purchased four 10 G/Hs ASICMiner Block Erupter blades in 9/2013, cashed in when BTC topped $1,000 and did well, but I'm about ready to shut them down as the cost to run them is closing in on what they are generating.

Contract hashing? As you may be guessing it is a scam. It's been around for a while now.
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May 16, 2014, 01:46:00 AM
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I am a newbie...if you can call someone 50 years old a newbie Cheesy. So far I have been mining for about one month and have made 1/3 of my initial investment.
This can be profitable but has become my new hobby as well. I am formerly a "banker" by trade and I am adding a new Antminer to my growing farm. Have you guys seen the prices for the cloud hashing from Cointerra 10TH between 37K and 50K a year...Why would you do that? 10 Antminers would cost after coupons $19,600.00. Even if you have your miners hosted the total would be 37K a year. Then at least you could sell your equipment at a later date. Why would you contract hash?

Hello, and welcome.

I'm curious as to what you purchased and for how much that returned 1/3 in a month? When I crunch the numbers on many of the devices I see for sale, factor in predicted rises in difficulty, I do not see many ever reaching ROI.

I started with GPU mining then purchased four 10 G/Hs ASICMiner Block Erupter blades in 9/2013, cashed in when BTC topped $1,000 and did well, but I'm about ready to shut them down as the cost to run them is closing in on what they are generating.

Contract hashing? As you may be guessing it is a scam. It's been around for a while now.

Cost of electricity is a major factor plus considering the dropping prices in mining gear and ROI can be had in most cases. When reward halving occurs again, undervolting may be required on some gear to keep the Gh/s/Watt ratio down and profitable. My Antminer S1 units WILL pay for themselves before this years end.

Today was an awesome day so far about $22 earned!

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May 16, 2014, 05:10:27 AM
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Hello all, I got an email today from (what i though was slush's pool at first, it wasn't) lightningasic.me. They are claiming to have a 1TH miner for 1.1BTC. Has anybody else had any experience with them. To me it sounds like a scam (i got dupe once before by asictech.net) and was wondering if anybody can vouch for their credibility. Any input would be appriciated. Thanks.
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May 16, 2014, 05:27:34 AM
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Hello all, I got an email today from (what i though was slush's pool at first, it wasn't) lightningasic.me. They are claiming to have a 1TH miner for 1.1BTC. Has anybody else had any experience with them. To me it sounds like a scam (i got dupe once before by asictech.net) and was wondering if anybody can vouch for their credibility. Any input would be appriciated. Thanks.

There are so many red flags, anybody buying from that site must get their head examend imo.
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May 16, 2014, 11:31:39 PM
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can you change the Th on the title ?
(1800 TH now).  Grin (more member can interest...by this)

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May 17, 2014, 12:38:07 AM
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Done. Roll Eyes
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May 17, 2014, 01:27:06 PM
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Recently I added 275GH/S to the pool and soon will add 180GH/S more! I really love the pool!
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May 17, 2014, 01:34:40 PM
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The next jump in difficulty will put my ASICMiner erupter blades into no gain territory if I'm doing the math correctly. The erupter cubes may hang in there another jump or two or until I have to cool this room because of them. I GPU mined BTC and other coins for three years until I purchased ASICs from August to October of last year. It's been a fun time, I think I'll continue my GPU and CPU mining (Go Riecoin!) for a while, but I don't see any new hardware out there that would come close to ROI.
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May 17, 2014, 04:27:07 PM
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Jeez, 80+ PHs, where did all that new hardware came from!?
Just when i though that the next difficulty increase would be around 15%, this happens  Cry
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May 17, 2014, 10:25:26 PM
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Jeez, 80+ PHs, where did all that new hardware came from!?
Just when i though that the next difficulty increase would be around 15%, this happens  Cry
The last difficulty increase was 'just' 11% (from 8000872135 to 8853416309).  Bitcoin mining hardware is becoming more affordable (example: Antminer S1), no wonder that this pool and others have significant increases to their hash rate (BTC guild will reach 10 PH soon, while we are looking at 2 PH).

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May 17, 2014, 11:16:36 PM
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I think we are getting to that point of buying the coin will just be a better investment.  These miners are crazy.  I'm getting a little nervous about my ROI now...  I'm 2 th/s in and 3 BTC away from ROI before power costs.  I've done well, and the plan was to have 100% ROI power included by the 4th of july.  If the difficulty pops 20% a few more cycles though I might lose hope on actual ROI.

I'm really hoping this is BFL and KNC just premining with their customer's gear, because if this is straight up buying and building from actual companies I'm going to be scared.

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