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June 28, 2011, 05:22:18 PM
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First of all, I woul like to say that I really like the Eligius pool. I was wondering when the balances from the EU pool will be transferred or paid? I have recieved payment for the balance that was in my US pool account but have not seen anything from my EU pool balance.

Thank you!

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June 28, 2011, 05:24:43 PM
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I received them about 24 hours apart, but I have received both balances at this point.  The first balance showed up as "Generated", while the second one showed up as a regular transaction with the name I had associated with the address I used for Eligius.

1ESeKMYcUJE61Vf2wjtimWrsPqA8hgk1Kf
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June 28, 2011, 06:28:32 PM
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Supposed to start Thursday.  The US pool has been paid out and Luke is waiting to see if there were any problems before doing the EU pool.

Keep in mind that he's not paying the transaction fees (for obvious reasons) and so it'll take until at least one block is found by Server 3 before you'll see the transaction.

tl;dr be patient and don't complain until at least Friday evening.
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June 28, 2011, 06:36:06 PM
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Good to know. My US balance showed as a regular transaction from address 18i1C6MVaQWgeVCLmDmwZJxEn4uVSaxp2Q. Nothing from EU yet. I still have faith though.

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June 28, 2011, 06:41:14 PM
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It should look like a regular transaction since luke said he was sending them out manually (ouch).

In any case, hopefully everything stabilizes on the new server and payout system.
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June 28, 2011, 06:43:18 PM
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Supposed to start Thursday.  The US pool has been paid out and Luke is waiting to see if there were any problems before doing the EU pool.

Keep in mind that he's not paying the transaction fees (for obvious reasons) and so it'll take until at least one block is found by Server 3 before you'll see the transaction.

tl;dr be patient and don't complain until at least Friday evening.

Definitely not complaining, just wondering. I saw a post accusing luke-jr of holding a users balance and saying that "if he wanted to borrow my bitcoins he should have just asked" that I thought was completely rude and out of line. I have no idea what it takes to run a pool and if there is an issue that delays my payout for a few days I completely understand.

Thanks for the info!

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June 28, 2011, 06:47:58 PM
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I will be patiently waiting also.
It seems that Luke currently has his hands full on fixing his MySQL issues.

1CuGEkBCmykfA86ccgpERHCSmeptBz95P6 -> if I wrote something useful by accident Smiley.
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June 30, 2011, 08:55:18 AM
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another .eu user patiently waiting, not that i had a massive balance anyway...
have started receiving btc from s3 though  Smiley

Good work on the new box!



EDIT:
Not so sure about the new box......!!!

Was getting close to a 0.33 payout on s3 before the current woes, and still have just under 0.5 tied up with the .eu issue, so I'm short about 0.8 btc right now and starting to wonder if I'll ever see anything from this.

The way I see it, Luke should send ALL outstanding balances from both eu and s3 immediately. Yes this may have to be done manually and be time consuming, but something has to be done to restore the community's faith in Eligius.

I expect that by now most of Eligius' miners are happily working away for Slush or whoever, getting their rewards, and will need some convincing to go back.

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