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September 23, 2017, 03:19:14 AM
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Did any one every try there mining yet if so did it payout a decent amount..also did anyone try using it on a mobile device
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September 23, 2017, 03:24:58 AM
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Hey friend, mining ICOs is a waste of time. It's a fuck shit show! Don't bother. 95% of the cryptocurrencies in existence are rubbish, they'll end up being worth nothing. They're pump and dump schemes.

Ok, rant over....why do you want to get involved in Coinpot? Let's start there...

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September 23, 2017, 03:33:45 AM
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I just claim the faucets and now I seen they offer mining just was seeing if anyone tryed it
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September 23, 2017, 03:44:01 AM
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Hey friend, mining ICOs is a waste of time. It's a fuck shit show! Don't bother. 95% of the cryptocurrencies in existence are rubbish, they'll end up being worth nothing. They're pump and dump schemes.

Ok, rant over....why do you want to get involved in Coinpot? Let's start there...
Crazy, intelligent people have long understood that to earn money on cranes you need to sit for 12 hours on the spot and as a result of successful actions get  0.7$ a day. It's better to take risks than how to do nothing.

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September 23, 2017, 03:47:38 AM
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Hey friend, mining ICOs is a waste of time. It's a fuck shit show! Don't bother. 95% of the cryptocurrencies in existence are rubbish, they'll end up being worth nothing. They're pump and dump schemes.

Ok, rant over....why do you want to get involved in Coinpot? Let's start there...
Agree every word here.
Dont believe this success stories, great visions etc. In the end you will only loose money, thats matter :/

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September 23, 2017, 04:05:08 AM
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Alright thanks guys 👍
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September 23, 2017, 04:16:45 AM
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Hey friend, mining ICOs is a waste of time. It's a fuck shit show! Don't bother. 95% of the cryptocurrencies in existence are rubbish, they'll end up being worth nothing. They're pump and dump schemes.

Ok, rant over....why do you want to get involved in Coinpot? Let's start there...
why can you say that mining bitcoin is a waste of time, sorry if i'm wrong, but if we mined bitcoin it would be easier to get some bitcoin.
we just have to wait and see the best moment for minning
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September 23, 2017, 04:43:23 AM
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Mining Bitcoin is great if you have very reliable internet, 24/7 almost-free electricity, and enough money to buy enough machinery to actually be able to send shares to the network. then you have to wait for 9-18 months to repay, in the best of cases, your initial investment. After that, yeah, it's all revenue-costs. You _can_ mine some alt-coins, being careful to always choose the ones that provide the highest return when converted back to BTC, lowering slightly your investment cost, but this usually means you have to invest in a specific other algorithm which will be unpredictably priced against BTC over the course of your mining operation.

not to mention miners are loud as buggering foxes.
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September 29, 2017, 04:15:01 PM
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Did any one every try there mining yet if so did it payout a decent amount..also did anyone try using it on a mobile device

yes we've tried mining on Coinpot more than a week from now... but tonight we experience something wrong.. i can no longer use the mining features of Coinpot after my PC automatically shutdown! when i sign in again..its no longer working! do yo have any idea guys whats happening on Coinpot today?

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December 02, 2017, 12:32:50 AM
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I'm mining and also collecting from the moon sites. I have a really shitty AMD64 X2 and no usable graphics card, so CPU mining only!
I'm making about  20-25 cents a day - everything included. So not exactly high earnings, but better than real mining with cpuminer-multi on the same rig with karbowanec pool. I would guess that your computers are far better than mine so adjust your potential earnings upwards according to threads and speed.

Some tips - mine dogecoin. I don't collect doge but it gives the best return in my experience. Exchange into bitcoin or whatever you prefer. Don't go for dash mining because you don't get so much relatively speaking.

Bitcoin cash is a temptation since moon hasn't included that yet, but again the mining return is not as good as doge.

Yeah, I know - what about the electricity? Well coinpot mining is much less power hungry than cpuminer. CPU usage is under 90% and heat output is noticeably less. You can still browse, watch movies, or do other stuff while mining.

A total waste of time? Well if bitcoin continues it's rise - perhaps not. I'm now enjoying the cents that I collected from faucets 2-3 years ago - now worth thousands of dollars!

The only thing I want to know, is why coinpot mining doesn't always work on android (tv box with 4Gb RAM). Only 10 watts of power used - it's got to be worthwhile. It doesn't display hash rate, but sometimes works, sometimes doesn't!
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December 24, 2017, 11:03:04 PM
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Anyone have problem with mining from CoinPot ?

Seem dont work here from few days.

Thanks.
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January 05, 2018, 07:51:41 AM
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Anyone have problem with mining from CoinPot ?

Seem dont work here from few days.

Thanks.

Same here... I've tried changing the settings up a few threads and higher CPU usage but nothing. Geting 0 H/s hash rate with no moment. I know it says to turn off anti virus and ad blocking software, but already done.  Shocked
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January 05, 2018, 11:43:30 AM
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Anyone have problem with mining from CoinPot ?

Seem dont work here from few days.

Thanks.

Same here... I've tried changing the settings up a few threads and higher CPU usage but nothing. Geting 0 H/s hash rate with no moment. I know it says to turn off anti virus and ad blocking software, but already done.  Shocked

Have you tried clearing your browser cache? Sometimes stuff in there busts each other.

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