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January 09, 2014, 02:08:31 AM
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does it matter im running eu.middlecoin.com to see ur payouts on middlecoin.com?

or both US and EU are visible under ur adress on the site?

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Doesn't matter which server you are on.  All collects to one address.
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January 09, 2014, 02:10:26 AM
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Payouts look like they are going to be low today.  Bummer...

Yep... just got payed... so low today... the worse so far...

thats so unfortunate.... Sad

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January 09, 2014, 02:15:41 AM
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Payouts look like they are going to be low today.  Bummer...

I started to use middlecoin today... exactly what I was thinking...
It is a general trend though, alt coin mining profitability is falling rapidly.
Three weeks ago I was considering to invest in a multi GPU rig... glad I didn't.
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January 09, 2014, 02:23:23 AM
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Payouts look like they are going to be low today.  Bummer...

I started to use middlecoin today... exactly what I was thinking...
It is a general trend though, alt coin mining profitability is falling rapidly.
Three weeks ago I was considering to invest in a multi GPU rig... glad I didn't.
I am sure it will pick back up. Everything has ups and downs, just the little grasshopper needs to be patient ;o)
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January 09, 2014, 02:23:28 AM
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wtf is going on?

got chump changed on what looked like was going to be a decent payout? last 4 days have SUCKED.

is this pool tanking?
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January 09, 2014, 02:31:13 AM
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wtf is going on?

got chump changed on what looked like was going to be a decent payout? last 4 days have SUCKED.

is this pool tanking?

Yep, go mine on your own.

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January 09, 2014, 03:00:23 AM
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wtf is going on?

got chump changed on what looked like was going to be a decent payout? last 4 days have SUCKED.

is this pool tanking?

Yep, go mine on your own.



I've been debating on this actually. Hard to decide which coin to mine directly though. Tried IFC but that was an absolute joke. But after the last few payouts, it's actually not that far off of the payouts lately.

Dogecoin seems like the smart move. Any other suggestions?

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January 09, 2014, 03:06:29 AM
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wtf is going on?

got chump changed on what looked like was going to be a decent payout? last 4 days have SUCKED.

is this pool tanking?

Yep, go mine on your own.



I've been debating on this actually. Hard to decide which coin to mine directly though. Tried IFC but that was an absolute joke. But after the last few payouts, it's actually not that far off of the payouts lately.

Dogecoin seems like the smart move. Any other suggestions?
cool thing about middlecoin is you don't need to research.  you just turn your farm on, and go live your life.  many of us mine here because we don't want to dredge the bottom for some secret edge on profitability:  we're happy with the return over weeks and months.

I wish you the best of luck sorting through all of the alt coins.

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January 09, 2014, 03:08:48 AM
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After reviewing the pages that I have missed since I was last here, has there been any indication as to when the unexchanged balance will be exchanged by h20 as yet?
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January 09, 2014, 03:10:46 AM
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wtf is going on?

got chump changed on what looked like was going to be a decent payout? last 4 days have SUCKED.

is this pool tanking?

Yep, go mine on your own.



I've been debating on this actually. Hard to decide which coin to mine directly though. Tried IFC but that was an absolute joke. But after the last few payouts, it's actually not that far off of the payouts lately.

Dogecoin seems like the smart move. Any other suggestions?
In my testing, mining doge directly always led to lower payouts and more annoying waiting than using middlecoin to do it.
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January 09, 2014, 03:17:01 AM
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Low payout today but really doesn't have to do with difficulty lol
that shit is not changing in a day or a week.

overall value took a shit today, thats where your low pay came from.
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January 09, 2014, 03:19:25 AM
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In my testing, mining doge directly always led to lower payouts and more annoying waiting than using middlecoin to do it.

You and me both.  Doge required endless hours at the computer playing around on exchanges waiting for transactions to be confirmed, I already work on a computer about 50% of the time at my current job so the last thing I want to do is be on the cursed machines when I get home.  

The big thing that I have noticed with middlecoin is that when the price of BTC is rising or high I have made less BTC.  Once the BTC prices are going down hill or are bottomed out I make more BTC.  Ive realized that mining coins is fairly marginal most of the time, but when you get a nice pop and cash out thats when the payday is.  

In the meantime I just kick back and let my stable and largely automated rigs connect to middlecoins stable and automated mining and pay system do all the dirty work while I go about my life.

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January 09, 2014, 03:22:02 AM
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does it matter im running eu.middlecoin.com to see ur payouts on middlecoin.com?

or both US and EU are visible under ur adress on the site?

rgds
I was just thinking that, I switched to the main address.   Came back after some hours and its only gone up 0.0006  
Dont think that cover electricity Shocked  Hopefully shares on eu lag a little and its not that bad

I see everyone else moaning so must be a thing  :p

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January 09, 2014, 03:31:04 AM
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wtf is going on?

got chump changed on what looked like was going to be a decent payout? last 4 days have SUCKED.

is this pool tanking?

Yep, go mine on your own.



I've been debating on this actually. Hard to decide which coin to mine directly though. Tried IFC but that was an absolute joke. But after the last few payouts, it's actually not that far off of the payouts lately.

Dogecoin seems like the smart move. Any other suggestions?
cool thing about middlecoin is you don't need to research.  you just turn your farm on, and go live your life.  many of us mine here because we don't want to dredge the bottom for some secret edge on profitability:  we're happy with the return over weeks and months.

I wish you the best of luck sorting through all of the alt coins.


Touche good sir. I did verify that Hashco.ws is back up. Made a new account and moved my main rig there. Even if profitability is not much, or at all, higher than middlecoin, I do like the idea of being able to hang onto alt-coins mined. Why? I like the idea of having a broader portfolio of coins than just 1-4 coins, just in case Smiley

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January 09, 2014, 04:28:27 AM
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I also belives that should be a control to these kind of very suspicious minings...

500mh?Huh come on really?

Im busting my balls to get a second system do run to up from my 1.6mh to maybe 4mh...
fu  xxxx x x x...

Rich do all get rich... not the poor it seems...

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suspicious?  not for me.  more intriguing than suspicious, and this sparks my curiosity. 

i think there is a new player with new technology in play here.  Due to the supply constraints video cards, i doubt someone could have gotten this hash rate from GPU setup by dec 31 and start with such a large hash rate.  there just isn't that many video cards available from anywhere. 

if it was a botnet like a few paranoiacs were saying, there should be more fluctuations in the hash rate as unaware people turned their computers on and off.  

i believe this is the first evidence of a scrypt asic farm.  to see it on middlecoin should be no suprise to any of us here; middlecoin does outperform the others switching pools.  

we'll see others.  this is only the beginning. 



Couldn't agree with you more...




Suggestion:

Why not archive stagnant bitcoin addresses that aren't mining into another page so we all aren't buffering a bunch on the front page. (food for thought)

You're talking about someone who is confirmed to be from China, where these cards are all made. Supply is a completely different story over there. These aren't people that are walking into Frys picking up equipment.
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January 09, 2014, 04:37:12 AM
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the guy/s at the top is/are a friggin BOTNET

nope
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January 09, 2014, 04:42:15 AM
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I also belives that should be a control to these kind of very suspicious minings...

500mh?Huh come on really?

Im busting my balls to get a second system do run to up from my 1.6mh to maybe 4mh...
fu  xxxx x x x...

Rich do all get rich... not the poor it seems...

LPC
suspicious?  not for me.  more intriguing than suspicious, and this sparks my curiosity. 

i think there is a new player with new technology in play here.  Due to the supply constraints video cards, i doubt someone could have gotten this hash rate from GPU setup by dec 31 and start with such a large hash rate.  there just isn't that many video cards available from anywhere. 

if it was a botnet like a few paranoiacs were saying, there should be more fluctuations in the hash rate as unaware people turned their computers on and off.  

i believe this is the first evidence of a scrypt asic farm.  to see it on middlecoin should be no suprise to any of us here; middlecoin does outperform the others switching pools.  

we'll see others.  this is only the beginning. 



Couldn't agree with you more...




Suggestion:

Why not archive stagnant bitcoin addresses that aren't mining into another page so we all aren't buffering a bunch on the front page. (food for thought)

You're talking about someone who is confirmed to be from China, where these cards are all made. Supply is a completely different story over there. These aren't people that are walking into Frys picking up equipment.
china is where many of the asics are made too.  oh rite


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January 09, 2014, 04:47:44 AM
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After reviewing the pages that I have missed since I was last here, has there been any indication as to when the unexchanged balance will be exchanged by h20 as yet?

Wondering the same thing. Anyone?
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January 09, 2014, 05:04:40 AM
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Or asic farm. too consistent to be botnet I think, and it seems to grow fairly consistently. Could be they are testing as they produce.

the guy/s at the top is/are a friggin BOTNET
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January 09, 2014, 05:08:25 AM
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Don't be naive

Just because you don't see massive spikes, does not mean it's not a botnet. He can easily have so many infected throughout the country that it won't fluctuate as much.

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