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December 02, 2014, 02:47:49 PM
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First ever (?) dividend was sent today:

https://blockchain.info/tx/bb671e1fe622308c5f3f24e585236260fd66425af0e10b909a0885ad60b108f3

Thanks 29750f0e1c2fbb3bb !


Well, I guess anybody who manually verified shares with 29750f0e1c2fbb3bb got fucked today... At least I did Angry

Even verified addresses (using the requested technique) got nothing...

196UEUwxBTjn1kXhDrn7YfXWy1qzDyA1sX looks to be verified on blockchain.info, but no payout...

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December 02, 2014, 03:04:50 PM
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Well, I guess anybody who manually verified shares with 29750f0e1c2fbb3bb got fucked today... At least I did Angry
You're in the bucket "to be dealt with on a case by case basis". If you want faster processing please use the procedure outlined previously.

Even verified addresses (using the requested technique) got nothing...

196UEUwxBTjn1kXhDrn7YfXWy1qzDyA1sX looks to be verified on blockchain.info, but no payout...
Bad timing. The payment, which requires multiple signatures, has been drafted, issued, co-signed and handed over to Willem before that address qualified for a full claim. The coins roll over into the next payout date.

Also note, that accounts who had less than 3334 shares have not received a payout b/c of the minimum payout threshold. It's not been decided on whether to do an advance payout for 12 months on small accounts. For now coins on those accounts accumulate until either the minimum payout (0.01) or the 12 month limit is reached.

Payout dates are scheduled for the beginning of each month (the 1st), and claim verification is closed shortly before (the 30/31). Due to holidays and availabilities of the cosignees delays of a few days are possible. Especially surrounding new years eve.

I will answer to PMs as time allows.
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December 02, 2014, 03:53:35 PM
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You're in the bucket "to be dealt with on a case by case basis". If you want faster processing please use the procedure outlined previously.


"Dealt with on a case by case basis", what does that even mean? What's so difficult about adding an address to a list of payout recipients? I have no idea what kind of mess you all have going on over there but it seems awfully complicated. When will my "case" be dealt with? Next month? Next year? I don't want to be rude or demanding of your time, because you're doing this to try and make the best of a shit situation, but seriously guys...
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December 02, 2014, 04:02:34 PM
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I've borrowed 0.01BTC from friend and made a claim and divs landed in my wallet. But still nothing if it comes to 2 month old withdrawal request from Cryptomex....

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December 02, 2014, 07:51:53 PM
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I've borrowed 0.01BTC from friend and made a claim and divs landed in my wallet. But still nothing if it comes to 2 month old withdrawal request from Cryptomex....

Requests to withdraw from cryptomex.io just reduce your balance, they don't get sent (N never changes to Y). November 30 is the new Dec 1 (aka "bad timing" or "you don't have enough ownership interest to worry about"). It must be opposite day!
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December 02, 2014, 08:15:50 PM
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It's not been decided on whether to do an advance payout for 12 months on small accounts. For now coins on those accounts accumulate until either the minimum payout (0.01) or the 12 month limit is reached.

Well since no previous scheme has lasted as long as 12 months, every 3 or 6 months would be a lot nicer....

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December 03, 2014, 06:42:20 AM
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It's not been decided on whether to do an advance payout for 12 months on small accounts. For now coins on those accounts accumulate until either the minimum payout (0.01) or the 12 month limit is reached.

Well since no previous scheme has lasted as long as 12 months, every 3 or 6 months would be a lot nicer....

At the rate Will, Terra and their alt account 29750f (to them save from -trust) keep wasting time and btc with stupid new ideas.  2 weeks - month would be alot better.

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December 03, 2014, 08:43:57 PM
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At the rate Will, Terra and their alt account 29750f (to them save from -trust) keep wasting time and btc with stupid new ideas.  2 weeks - month would be alot better.

Will and especially DT have more +trust than your whining could ever change.

They don't need an alt account, having already endured your -trust with no ill effects.

Perhaps it will help the situation if you make more baseless paranoid accusations to further confuse matters?

Or maybe you should focus on things that make a difference, like what happened to our Cointerra stock?


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December 03, 2014, 08:55:43 PM
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like what happened to our Cointerra stock?

That will turn up in about February, when it gets 1/10 of the BTC to pay out as it does now.

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December 04, 2014, 01:54:26 PM
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Any news on payouts for "manually processed buckets"?
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December 04, 2014, 07:38:20 PM
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Any news on payouts for "manually processed buckets"?
The priority is to get payments underway for accounts which filed a proof of claim via the blockchain. That's currently the fast track to get payouts.

We will look at the stats of the filing this month and see how many accounts are in manual verification - we'll also try to reconcile what happened to the cryptomex payments, as this is also somewhat of a tedious subject (since it adds another layer of complexity).

Due to the upcoming holidays and the traveling schedules I will close the next validation round on 23/12/14 and submit the transaction template to Willem for cosigning and broadcasting. If it works as well as last time, the scheduled 1/15 payout will go through before christmas.

I kindly ask everyone who has an active interest to submit a proof of claim for their account BEFORE 23/12/14, so their claim can be reflected in the next payout. Also I ask for patience from people who for one reason or another cannot file such claim, as their accounts need to be handled in a different way.
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December 05, 2014, 08:15:08 PM
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Just to make this absolutely clear, in order to verify via the blockchain you must send two transactions of the specified amounts to any addresses from the address that has shares registered to it like the one displayed https://icedrillasic.appspot.com
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December 06, 2014, 09:52:30 AM
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i have 1800 some shares and would love to hear from you people what this is all about because i do not have time or intention to read through this whatever project some people like deadterra terra whatever icedrill icebreaker 29750f0e1c2fbb3bb and who else is involved in this publically-owned, enterprise-scale, bitcoin mining operation which runs more than a year and never ever have paid some dividends or updates or whatever.

is this just another !*ylödalskfö!!?
Or just another /(KAKAah1!!*`?=)??

my adress is verified. i did all the things a year ago or when bitfunder was closed. so why i have to reverify that i am the owner of my private key. this seems just like another stalling or delaying tactics.
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December 06, 2014, 09:57:52 AM
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i have 1800 some shares and would love to hear from you people what this is all about because i do not have time or intention to read through this whatever project some people like deadterra terra whatever icedrill icebreaker 29750f0e1c2fbb3bb and who else is involved in this publically-owned, enterprise-scale, bitcoin mining operation which runs more than a year and never ever have paid some dividends or updates or whatever.

is this just another !*ylödalskfö!!?
Or just another /(KAKAah1!!*`?=)??

my adress is verified. i did all the things a year ago or when bitfunder was closed. so why i have to reverify that i am the owner of my private key. this seems just like another stalling or delaying tactics.


people who run this publically-owned, enterprise-scale, bitcoin mining operation which runs more than a year and never ever have paid some dividends just give clear information on your first post on page 1 with a timestamp so everybody can see what to do and what is the current status, update, what to do, information.

so everybody here has to not to downwote you to hell or wrote you bad pm's or what else.

JUST DO YOUR JOB (public relations work, paying dividends, run your f...ing twitter account, do something people feel good about)

or

PUBLICLY ACCOUNCE THIS WAS A SCAM (so we can move forward and someday pay you back in a way you do not expect)
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December 06, 2014, 07:17:54 PM
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Yeah what the fuck.  You have my SSN and much more info from those damn CryptoMex documents you had us send in the beginning of the year.  You have already verified my identity and shares...why do I need to do anything more to verify this?
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December 07, 2014, 08:44:53 AM
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Just to make this absolutely clear, in order to verify via the blockchain you must send two transactions of the specified amounts to any addresses from the address that has shares registered to it like the one displayed https://icedrillasic.appspot.com
And how do I chose an address to send money from in bitcoin-qt ?!

I am selling in stock OneStringMiner boards, based on the Bitfury chips. Have a look here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=495536.0
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December 07, 2014, 06:32:21 PM
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Just to make this absolutely clear, in order to verify via the blockchain you must send two transactions of the specified amounts to any addresses from the address that has shares registered to it like the one displayed https://icedrillasic.appspot.com
And how do I chose an address to send money from in bitcoin-qt ?!

Settings > Options... > Wallet tab > Check "Enable coin control features"

When you go to Send BTC you'll see an "Inputs..." box. If you click that you'll be able to see a list of all your inputs. You can then select a specific address or inputs to send from.
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December 07, 2014, 08:46:06 PM
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Just to make this absolutely clear, in order to verify via the blockchain you must send two transactions of the specified amounts to any addresses from the address that has shares registered to it like the one displayed https://icedrillasic.appspot.com
And how do I chose an address to send money from in bitcoin-qt ?!

Settings > Options... > Wallet tab > Check "Enable coin control features"

When you go to Send BTC you'll see an "Inputs..." box. If you click that you'll be able to see a list of all your inputs. You can then select a specific address or inputs to send from.

Thanks, that worked for me.

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December 08, 2014, 02:41:42 AM
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The domain 'cryptomex.io' expired. Was this announced anywhere? I had a BTC withdrawal request pending.
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December 08, 2014, 12:20:06 PM
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I had a BTC withdrawal request pending.

Your not the only one. I'm waiting over 2 months...

The domain 'cryptomex.io' expired. Was this announced anywhere?

... we'll also try to reconcile what happened to the cryptomex payments...

Looks like they know now what happend to our payments...  Angry

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