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July 04, 2011, 10:26:18 PM
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I myself just joined this and, it seems to have better payout then some of the other pools after running it a day or so, for my card at least hehe.

If' you'd like go join mine, register here: https://Nagios.triplemining.com/register

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July 04, 2011, 11:42:16 PM
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I don't understad how to join a mini-pool. I tried to go to the register page of the pool, but i justget a new independent account. Please help me to understand this, or better: https://josell.triplemining.com/my_pool

Did you click someones referral link to get to the page? If not you wont have a cookie saved and so wont link to a pool.
. I click some referencial links, but when I registered, I get another independent account instead join a pool; I dont understand.

Here is an example:
User 1  registers on www.triplemining.com.
User 2 registers on user1.triplemining.com.

At this time user 1 will be able to see user 2 in the 'my pool' page. User 2 will see an empty list.

User 3 registers on user2.triplemining.com.

At this time user 1 will see user2 , and user2 will see user3 in his team. User 3 will see an empty list.


The reason for this is that we dont want a pyramid or ponzi story, every one is a pool owner. The only way to grow your pool is to have other users register under yourusername.triplemining.com, you will never see your 'parent'.

I hope this clears everything up ..

User 1 is MrSam with a slow or non-existent miner
User 2-5 is Mr Sam's buddies that pay mr sam 1% of their shares,
user 6- are suckers that pay MrSam .5% and his buddies .5% of their shares,
more users are suckers that pay MrSam .3% and his buddies .3% and the previous people .3% of their shares...

See how it is shaped like a pyramid? With the bottom 80% paying a 1% fee to enrich the top? They pay .5 BTC per round to people who don't even have to mine any more. Deepbit makes 1.5 BTC a round for not mining though, so I guess it's not tragic.

The web site says something different than the top post about the payment structure, and neither give enough detail of the payment scheme to see how pyramid-y it is.

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July 05, 2011, 01:16:44 AM
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I don't think you really understand how it works. The workers under the 'owner' aren't giving up any of their earned share to said owner.
They just take in their hash work for that block and apply it to that 1% fee that they took and redistribute that 1% back to minipool owner's.

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July 05, 2011, 03:38:08 AM
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Seems like an interesting idea... mulling it over.
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July 05, 2011, 04:45:07 AM
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I've registered and started mining yesterday, this is interesting.
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July 05, 2011, 07:28:23 AM
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third block is almost complete guys, come on! Smiley
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July 05, 2011, 08:05:40 AM
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User 1 is MrSam with a slow or non-existent miner
User 2-5 is Mr Sam's buddies that pay mr sam 1% of their shares,
user 6- are suckers that pay MrSam .5% and his buddies .5% of their shares,
more users are suckers that pay MrSam .3% and his buddies .3% and the previous people .3% of their shares...

See how it is shaped like a pyramid? With the bottom 80% paying a 1% fee to enrich the top? They pay .5 BTC per round to people who don't even have to mine any more. Deepbit makes 1.5 BTC a round for not mining though, so I guess it's not tragic.

The web site says something different than the top post about the payment structure, and neither give enough detail of the payment scheme to see how pyramid-y it is.
That's not how it works. The person you quoted got it right. You only get shares for those that directly joined your minipool.
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July 05, 2011, 08:21:59 AM
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I cant believe people think this is a scam...keep up the good work TripleMining!

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July 05, 2011, 08:23:24 AM
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I cant believe people think this is a scam...keep up the good work TripleMining!

sigh..

I guess plagarism is the best form of flattery...

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July 05, 2011, 09:38:21 AM
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Sounds like a very interesting idea. Joined.

Any Malaysians here?  Grin  Join the Malaysian Miners minipool (others welcome too!)

https://SlashOfSwords.triplemining.com/register

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July 05, 2011, 09:39:45 AM
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Sounds like a very interesting idea. Joined.

Any Malaysians here?  Grin  Join the Malaysian Miners minipool (others welcome too!)

https://SlashOfSwords.triplemining.com/register

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July 05, 2011, 09:49:32 AM
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July 05, 2011, 12:29:17 PM
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Even if it's unfounded, bitcoin already gets too much flak for seeming like a pyramid scheme.  Isn't actually turning it into a pyramid scheme the last thing we need?

Keep in mind, the tech is solid, the only way to kill bitcoin at this point is through bad press.  We don't need more bad press.
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July 05, 2011, 12:40:56 PM
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Even if it's unfounded, bitcoin already gets too much flak for seeming like a pyramid scheme.  Isn't actually turning it into a pyramid scheme the last thing we need?

Keep in mind, the tech is solid, the only way to kill bitcoin at this point is through bad press.  We don't need more bad press.

I'm actually getting tired of having to defend triplemining from being called a pyramid scheme. We are one of the only pools that returns everything to the members, where you see some other pool owners running off with 3,4,5 % of the pool income (With deepbit leading this), and yet there nobody complains.

But the moment that you redistribute some of the pool income based on work, you are called a Ponzi schemer.

I really have nothing to gain by you joining or leaving, my income stays the same: 0 BTC.
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July 06, 2011, 01:45:05 PM
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im having connection problems since about 30 min (problem communicatiiong...)

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July 06, 2011, 02:00:39 PM
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im having connection problems since about 30 min (problem communicatiiong...)

I see nothing at all in the stats ? What errors are you getting ?
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July 06, 2011, 02:54:11 PM
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Lets hope this thread is not turning in to a real spam fest of JOIN MY POOL... Quak Quak! 

Oh, and forget all those previous post and invitations and shiny banners and what not... JOIN MY POOL! Quak Quak! Wink

 


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July 06, 2011, 03:55:11 PM
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Even if it's unfounded, bitcoin already gets too much flak for seeming like a pyramid scheme.  Isn't actually turning it into a pyramid scheme the last thing we need?

Keep in mind, the tech is solid, the only way to kill bitcoin at this point is through bad press.  We don't need more bad press.

I'm actually getting tired of having to defend triplemining from being called a pyramid scheme. We are one of the only pools that returns everything to the members, where you see some other pool owners running off with 3,4,5 % of the pool income (With deepbit leading this), and yet there nobody complains.

But the moment that you redistribute some of the pool income based on work, you are called a Ponzi schemer.

I really have nothing to gain by you joining or leaving, my income stays the same: 0 BTC.
Alright, so probably what's happening here is I just don't understand how this works.  How exactly are your % of the total hashes translated into payouts? What if you're the pool owner, what if you're hashing under someone, or if you're in the middle.  Also, don't get me wrong, I don't think anyone's calling this a Ponzi scheme, that's just something else.  But the description on the front page makes it sound... "pyramidy", maybe you just need to look at the wording. 

Another question though, you mentioned you give everything back to the workers and that your income stays at 0.  How do you plan to keep the site going?
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July 06, 2011, 04:30:57 PM
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Alright, so probably what's happening here is I just don't understand how this works.  How exactly are your % of the total hashes translated into payouts? What if you're the pool owner, what if you're hashing under someone, or if you're in the middle.  Also, don't get me wrong, I don't think anyone's calling this a Ponzi scheme, that's just something else.  But the description on the front page makes it sound... "pyramidy", maybe you just need to look at the wording. 

Another question though, you mentioned you give everything back to the workers and that your income stays at 0.  How do you plan to keep the site going?

I'm sorry for my last post, i had a bad day Wink

Let my try and explain this:

So, first of all, there is no middle, you only have one parent.

User1 registers , user2 registers below user1, user3 registers below user 2

-user1: gives away 1%(of his mining income) to his parent (this is the pool policy) and has no parent, this goes to the pool jackpot. (random winner, daily/weekly)

This user gives 1% to the pool, but get's more in return from his children

-user2 gives away 1%(of his mining income)  to his parent, in this case user1.
This user gives 1% to the parent, but get's more in return from his children

user3 gives away 1%(of his mining income)  to his parent, in this case user2
This user gives 1% to the parent, has no children. (but can get children at any time)


-- Conclusion:
- If you join and you plan on NEVER winning the jackpot than you might be better of at a 0% fee pool (not deepbit, thats 3% for the owner or 10% if pps)

- If you join and plan to bring even only one friend, you could recuperate the 1% fee, and have the possibility to make more then any other pool.

- Their are currently users actually making more then double then they would elsewhere, all you have to to is convice some friends to join you.

- If you register below someone or not, there is allways 1% if your mining income that goes back to the pool. (Jackpot or parent)

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July 06, 2011, 05:11:45 PM
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I can't believe how quick people are to complain about the fee redistribution... People would apparently rather have MrSam pocket the 1% rather than give it back to the miners. This system is awesome because even cpu miners can make some real BTC if they promote their link enough. Nobody is getting scammed here, everyone knows how the fee system works when they join; in most cases, that's why they join.

Want to try Triplemining? Active miners that sign up here are eligible to win a jackpot exclusive to members of my minipool, in addition to Triplemining's already generous weekly giveaway!
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