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Author Topic: LUXCoin—New PHI2 PoW/PoS Hybrid—SC—SegWit—PrivateSend—PoS Web Wallet—LuxGate  (Read 129806 times)
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March 07, 2018, 02:44:48 PM
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what happened to altminer Huh site disappeared, the discord disappeared, twitter there is no page too Huh Angry Angry Angry

Interesting.. Exit Scam? Maybe?
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March 07, 2018, 02:46:58 PM
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No, I got two more payments after they went offline.
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https://www.reddit.com/r/LUXCoin/comments/82mtjc/altminernet_gone/?st=jeh7tcln&sh=c5f1ad33

https://privatebin.net/?db730b6eda1b4923#1W3av4nYGGf/2hJWagu0KGk1y682sRxIhzfMBSe+wt4=


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Well, yeah - we're down. Not hacked, on complete own purpose.
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This was a test project. We wanted to learn new stuff, get known to new people and just wanted to see where it goes. We have our reason for the shutdown - there is still a life outside of crypto guys!
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What did we learn?

* Trust no one ;-)

* MOST mining pool operators are to dump to run a pool. If you want a reliable pool operated by persons who know what they do switch over to yiimp, zpool or unimining. Pickle Rick. All others are crap, indeed most of them were trained by us & redirected all their questions to us!

* If a pool offers much less then 1% fee -> SCAM! Servers cost money. Transactions cost money. Operating costs money. Just calculate if it is better to have a 0.1% lower fee - or a stable pool. If you miss one hour of mining on a pool with 0.1% lower fee you will loose 5% of your income! Only because you cared about 0.1%?!

* Miners are greedy and don't notice if anybody scams them. Proof?
  - Some "random" ^_^ pool: https://chainz.cryptoid.info/lux/address.dws?LL6vvQxQSTjp5d1Yf4NT2Lfwf6qyBKngdD.htm
  - Total received 64619 LUX
  - With 1% fee (this pool had lower fee then 1%) this should make around 646 LUX on fees.
  - Guess what? ONE(!) of their topia addresses is in this transaction https://chainz.cryptoid.info/lux/tx.dws?356941.htm
  - And whoops, this topia address has already received 1030 LUX?
  - Of course, they will now argue "it is because we are mining to this address etc...". Just look at the transaction, you notice fairly quick which are mining and which are other transactions. Have fun finding their other cryptopia addresses - there are more.
  - Next proof: https://imagebin.ca/v/3u2xyW4KQpNB
  - Yep, orange balance goes down without blue balance going up... This miner lost 7 GBX. For sure they will now tell "we have compensated him etc...". Miners, look at your graphs and understand how this stuff works! Don't get scammed by people who don't understand how to run a pool.

Real hugs fly out to the following persons who are _really_ fair-minded:
- Antonio Moratti
- oliveskin
- phm
- tpruvot
- hewwo
- whywefight
- zpool

Wait for it. We will be back.
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March 07, 2018, 03:14:35 PM
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At least they did not scam people.
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March 07, 2018, 03:15:20 PM
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https://i.imgur.com/nZm8lFR.png

LUXCoin on OmegaPool
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Low mining fee of 0.5% for our LUX pool. Come join us for a stable and profitable mining experience!

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0.5% fee? Did you read ALTMINER goodbye message about sub 1% fee? Cheesy
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March 07, 2018, 04:33:58 PM
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* MOST mining pool operators are to dump to run a pool. If you want a reliable pool operated by persons who know what they do switch over to yiimp, zpool or unimining. Pickle Rick. All others are crap, indeed most of them were trained by us & redirected all their questions to us!


Many thanks for your great post and thanks that you share your experience with others. Time to remove altminer.net from the bat file...

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March 07, 2018, 05:03:01 PM
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First sentence in this thread says:
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We are happy to answer your questions.
So someone please answer my question here, because when asked on your discord channel I was first ignored and after that I was ridiculed.
My question was about discrepancy between data on block chain explorer and data on one of the pool's website list of found blocks.
When you go here https://chainz.cryptoid.info/lux/ you see "Latest Blocks" for Lux. When you compare "Block Height" and "Extracted by" with block height displayed on the pools you can find out which pool have found certain block. I'm correct about that?
For example when you click on "AltMiner.net" under "Extracted by", next page that opens shows all blocks extracted by this pool. Am I correct?
Its little difficult when under "Extracted by" isn't name of the pool. But comparing number under "Block Height" with corresponding numbers on the pools you can attach name to the address under "Extracted by".
I have done that for unimining pool and everything corresponds, there is nothing less and nothing more when I click on that address under "Extracted by" and new page opens compared to blocks displayed on the pool.
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LQH6iofaGnyHSEbBC4HGrd29v8W7BcPwzV - Extraction Statistics
Every block that is found here is also found on the web site for the pool https://www.unimining.net/site/mining.
Also tried for some other pools, my logic seems to be correct.
Until I do that for bsod pool...
When I choose
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LKDxGDJq5fF4FohAB8zJH24mDDNHDNtqsE - Extraction Statistics
It shows all the blocks displayed on http://bsod.pw/site/mining for the lux, and some extra blocks which are listed only here but not on the website.
http://i63.tinypic.com/2wf1t3k.jpg
Will someone explain this, please?
Guys, I was writing month ago about pools stealling blocks (not reporting them on the pool, although block explorer was showing that certain blocks were found by the same address as all other blocks reported on the pool. And yet I was ignored at first and after that ridiculed on the discord. When asked lupanar in this thread he was playing dumb.
Now when altminer (by the way back then altminer and unimining were named by me examples that any blocks shown in explorer under "extracted by" for they address is shown in the pool, I literally counted blocks) is gone and made his statement - you should ask yourself: do you want to be involved with this kind of people that runs this scheme. People that ignore this serious information I was provided back then.
That's all folks. Enjoy.
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March 07, 2018, 05:21:46 PM
 #1908

the market does not look very good now, and LUX on it at all looks sad, hold on Smiley
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March 07, 2018, 05:36:17 PM
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Guys, I was writing month ago about pools stealling blocks (not reporting them on the pool, although block explorer was showing that certain blocks were found by the same address as all other blocks reported on the pool. And yet I was ignored at first and after that ridiculed on the discord. When asked lupanar in this thread he was playing dumb.
Now when altminer (by the way back then altminer and unimining were named by me examples that any blocks shown in explorer under "extracted by" for they address is shown in the pool, I literally counted blocks) is gone and made his statement - you should ask yourself: do you want to be involved with this kind of people that runs this scheme. People that ignore this serious information I was provided back then.
That's all folks. Enjoy.
As I said I have no idea what you tried to say in your previous post, for me your "investigation" same as searching black cat in black room - quite pointless, but if you think that your point, whatever it is, might be have some  sense you still free to explain what you mean in Lux discord, there we can have much more quality dialog but not a single posts like "I feel my self ignored and now have moral right to be offended". So if you have something to discuss DM me or someone from team in discord and we can civilizedly talk.

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March 07, 2018, 05:50:55 PM
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no more LUX at yiimp?

game is over i guess?
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March 07, 2018, 05:58:09 PM
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no more LUX at yiimp?

game is over i guess?

Do you ever stop with your fud?

There are over 6600 miners and a network hash of 500+

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March 07, 2018, 05:59:57 PM
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Welcome to our pool 0% fee!!!
http://impulsemine.xyz
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March 07, 2018, 06:46:28 PM
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First sentence in this thread says:
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We are happy to answer your questions.
So someone please answer my question here, because when asked on your discord channel I was first ignored and after that I was ridiculed.
My question was about discrepancy between data on block chain explorer and data on one of the pool's website list of found blocks.
When you go here https://chainz.cryptoid.info/lux/ you see "Latest Blocks" for Lux. When you compare "Block Height" and "Extracted by" with block height displayed on the pools you can find out which pool have found certain block. I'm correct about that?
For example when you click on "AltMiner.net" under "Extracted by", next page that opens shows all blocks extracted by this pool. Am I correct?
Its little difficult when under "Extracted by" isn't name of the pool. But comparing number under "Block Height" with corresponding numbers on the pools you can attach name to the address under "Extracted by".
I have done that for unimining pool and everything corresponds, there is nothing less and nothing more when I click on that address under "Extracted by" and new page opens compared to blocks displayed on the pool.
Quote
LQH6iofaGnyHSEbBC4HGrd29v8W7BcPwzV - Extraction Statistics
Every block that is found here is also found on the web site for the pool https://www.unimining.net/site/mining.
Also tried for some other pools, my logic seems to be correct.
Until I do that for bsod pool...
When I choose
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LKDxGDJq5fF4FohAB8zJH24mDDNHDNtqsE - Extraction Statistics
It shows all the blocks displayed on http://bsod.pw/site/mining for the lux, and some extra blocks which are listed only here but not on the website.

Will someone explain this, please?
Guys, I was writing month ago about pools stealling blocks (not reporting them on the pool, although block explorer was showing that certain blocks were found by the same address as all other blocks reported on the pool. And yet I was ignored at first and after that ridiculed on the discord. When asked lupanar in this thread he was playing dumb.
Now when altminer (by the way back then altminer and unimining were named by me examples that any blocks shown in explorer under "extracted by" for they address is shown in the pool, I literally counted blocks) is gone and made his statement - you should ask yourself: do you want to be involved with this kind of people that runs this scheme. People that ignore this serious information I was provided back then.
That's all folks. Enjoy.

LKDxGDJq5fF4FohAB8zJH24mDDNHDNtqsE is not BSOD's wallet address, and it has always had 0 LUX as you can see here
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/lux/address.dws?LKDxGDJq5fF4FohAB8zJH24mDDNHDNtqsE.htm

BSOD is on LL6vvQxQSTjp5d1Yf4NT2Lfwf6qyBKngdD
https://chainz.cryptoid.info/lux/address.dws?LL6vvQxQSTjp5d1Yf4NT2Lfwf6qyBKngdD.htm

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March 07, 2018, 07:25:50 PM
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Do you ever stop with your fud?

and did you ever see excange rate? optimistic boy
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March 07, 2018, 08:16:55 PM
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Is there another problem with cryptopia's wallet ?

It seems to be stucked at block n° 198882.

I can't see a transaction sent 1h ago...
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March 07, 2018, 08:21:26 PM
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Sad to see altminer leaving the pool business. Changed to Uniminer after their recomandation, hope that works out ok Smiley
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March 07, 2018, 09:23:59 PM
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hello any way for make work wallet plz ? i set up this on lux.conf but didnt work

any help plz

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March 07, 2018, 11:40:26 PM
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Sad to see altminer leaving the pool business. Changed to Uniminer after their recomandation, hope that works out ok Smiley

I'm going to move to BSOD, I have mined other coins on them and I like that they don't leave fractions of unpaid coins because the amount wasn't big enough. Also seem to get a good rate of coins compared to other cons. I will look into uniminer too tho.
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March 08, 2018, 01:10:40 AM
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Mining LUXCOIN on fairmine.pro
http://c.radikal.ru/c04/1803/81/ce5f0c52d100.png

fairmine.pro

Low fee 0.3%. Payouts every hour.
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March 08, 2018, 02:58:02 AM
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hello any way for make work wallet plz ? i set up this on lux.conf but didnt work

any help plz

Follow one of guide from that post https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2422372.msg31162617#msg31162617

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