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Author Topic: [ANN][POOL] ZERGPOOL.com - Multialgo, autoexchange, 0.5% fee, 250+ coins  (Read 53911 times)
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March 13, 2018, 02:52:49 PM
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I was trying to set up sniffdog, but I always get a "no pool" error, and I cannot see any more info.

There is something I'm missing? Is a standalone version? or do I need to put it over MPM...

Try latest version - https://github.com/Sniffdog/Sniffdogminer
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I was trying to set up sniffdog, but I always get a "no pool" error, and I cannot see any more info.

There is something I'm missing? Is a standalone version? or do I need to put it over MPM...

Try latest version - https://github.com/Sniffdog/Sniffdogminer

Yep, that's the one I was using, thanks. This is my last log:
**********************
Inicio de la transcripción de Windows PowerShell
Hora de inicio: 20180313170751
Nombre de usuario: XXXXX\Usuario
Usuario RunAs: XXXXX\Usuario
Nombre de la configuración:
Máquina: XXXXX (Microsoft Windows NT 10.0.16299.0)
Aplicación host: powershell -version 5.0 -noexit -executionpolicy bypass -windowstyle maximized -command &.\SniffDogBitcoin.ps1 -StatsInterval 1 -Username Falacio -Workername worker3 -RigName rig3 -Currency BTC -Passwordcurrency BTC -interval 120 -Delay 1 -Wallet 38feaign1cF3CEkfpSYPd22cQTYm13zdgn -Location EU -PoolName zergpool,mph -Type nvidia -Algorithm phi,hsr,xevan,tribus,c11,lbry,skein,equihash,groestl,sib,bitcore,blakecoin,Nist5,MyriadGroestl,Lyra2RE2,neoscrypt,skunk,keccak,x11evo,blake2s,x17,lyra2z,timetravel,polytimos,ethash,keccakc,x16r,yescrypt,m7m,yescryptr16 -Donate 5
Id. de proceso: 10720
PSVersion: 5.1.16299.248
PSEdition: Desktop
PSCompatibleVersions: 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0, 5.0, 5.1.16299.248
BuildVersion: 10.0.16299.248
CLRVersion: 4.0.30319.42000
WSManStackVersion: 3.0
PSRemotingProtocolVersion: 2.3
SerializationVersion: 1.1.0.1
**********************
La transcripción ha comenzado. El archivo de salida es .\Logs\2018-03-13_17-07-51.txt
SniffDog dumps then checks for updates from Coinbase...
No Pools!
SniffDog dumps then checks for updates from Coinbase...
PS>ErrorTerminación(Invoke-RestMethod): "La operación sobrepasó el tiempo de espera."
ADVERTENCIA: Sniffdog howled at (zpool) for a failed API check.
No Pools!
SniffDog dumps then checks for updates from Coinbase...
PS>ErrorTerminación(Invoke-RestMethod): "Error en el servidor remoto: (502) Puerta de enlace no válida."
ADVERTENCIA: Sniffdog howled at (zpool) for a failed API check.
No Pools!
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March 13, 2018, 06:54:24 PM
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I was trying to set up sniffdog, but I always get a "no pool" error, and I cannot see any more info.

There is something I'm missing? Is a standalone version? or do I need to put it over MPM...

Try latest version - https://github.com/Sniffdog/Sniffdogminer

Yep, that's the one I was using, thanks. This is my last log:
**********************
Inicio de la transcripción de Windows PowerShell
Hora de inicio: 20180313170751
Nombre de usuario: XXXXX\Usuario
Usuario RunAs: XXXXX\Usuario
Nombre de la configuración:
Máquina: XXXXX (Microsoft Windows NT 10.0.16299.0)
Aplicación host: powershell -version 5.0 -noexit -executionpolicy bypass -windowstyle maximized -command &.\SniffDogBitcoin.ps1 -StatsInterval 1 -Username Falacio -Workername worker3 -RigName rig3 -Currency BTC -Passwordcurrency BTC -interval 120 -Delay 1 -Wallet 38feaign1cF3CEkfpSYPd22cQTYm13zdgn -Location EU -PoolName zergpool,mph -Type nvidia -Algorithm phi,hsr,xevan,tribus,c11,lbry,skein,equihash,groestl,sib,bitcore,blakecoin,Nist5,MyriadGroestl,Lyra2RE2,neoscrypt,skunk,keccak,x11evo,blake2s,x17,lyra2z,timetravel,polytimos,ethash,keccakc,x16r,yescrypt,m7m,yescryptr16 -Donate 5
Id. de proceso: 10720
PSVersion: 5.1.16299.248
PSEdition: Desktop
PSCompatibleVersions: 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0, 5.0, 5.1.16299.248
BuildVersion: 10.0.16299.248
CLRVersion: 4.0.30319.42000
WSManStackVersion: 3.0
PSRemotingProtocolVersion: 2.3
SerializationVersion: 1.1.0.1
**********************
La transcripción ha comenzado. El archivo de salida es .\Logs\2018-03-13_17-07-51.txt
SniffDog dumps then checks for updates from Coinbase...
No Pools!
SniffDog dumps then checks for updates from Coinbase...
PS>ErrorTerminación(Invoke-RestMethod): "La operación sobrepasó el tiempo de espera."
ADVERTENCIA: Sniffdog howled at (zpool) for a failed API check.
No Pools!.
SniffDog dumps then checks for updates from Coinbase...
PS>ErrorTerminación(Invoke-RestMethod): "Error en el servidor remoto: (502) Puerta de enlace no válida."
ADVERTENCIA: Sniffdog howled at (zpool) for a failed API check.
No Pools!


Change Location US to Europe and try it again. It work's in the zergpool. However zpool may be another settings... Your configuration file for pool.ca? Why is the pool specified zergpool? Location US -PoolName zpool
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March 14, 2018, 08:58:19 AM
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hsr dont work !
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March 14, 2018, 12:39:54 PM
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Sure does. I would advise everyone look at their wallets to make sure there isnt coins slipping off of their account. I know for a fact those coins were there 3 days ago when I posted it. My balance has dropped several times. So has other people's wallets. Walks like a duck.....It probably stole your damn bread crumbs. It makes perfect sense that this 0% pool is not making anyone but him and a few randos (hmmm) money. I mean, its a bit odd he claims the wallet has been down for a coin I wasnt even asking about but he was mining it anyway on our bill. People should take what they will from this but I would stay far away from here. Nothing but wrong since I started.

I always keep different wallet address for different pools on a few test rigs and I compare BTC payments and it seems that zergpool income with 0% is a lot less than ahashpool income for 24hours on an identical rig with identical settings wit a different wallet address.

So, It is mandatory for everybody of you to do the same and only use the pool with the best real BTC payment, not the pool with the best statistics because you are loosing around 20% from your own money. 
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March 14, 2018, 01:49:50 PM
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Sure does. I would advise everyone look at their wallets to make sure there isnt coins slipping off of their account. I know for a fact those coins were there 3 days ago when I posted it. My balance has dropped several times. So has other people's wallets. Walks like a duck.....It probably stole your damn bread crumbs. It makes perfect sense that this 0% pool is not making anyone but him and a few randos (hmmm) money. I mean, its a bit odd he claims the wallet has been down for a coin I wasnt even asking about but he was mining it anyway on our bill. People should take what they will from this but I would stay far away from here. Nothing but wrong since I started.

I always keep different wallet address for different pools on a few test rigs and I compare BTC payments and it seems that zergpool income with 0% is a lot less than ahashpool income for 24hours on an identical rig with identical settings wit a different wallet address.

So, It is mandatory for everybody of you to do the same and only use the pool with the best real BTC payment, not the pool with the best statistics because you are loosing around 20% from your own money. 
What coin/algo you're doing? Can you show your statistics on zp and ahp?
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March 14, 2018, 06:19:38 PM
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Sure does. I would advise everyone look at their wallets to make sure there isnt coins slipping off of their account. I know for a fact those coins were there 3 days ago when I posted it. My balance has dropped several times. So has other people's wallets. Walks like a duck.....It probably stole your damn bread crumbs. It makes perfect sense that this 0% pool is not making anyone but him and a few randos (hmmm) money. I mean, its a bit odd he claims the wallet has been down for a coin I wasnt even asking about but he was mining it anyway on our bill. People should take what they will from this but I would stay far away from here. Nothing but wrong since I started.

I always keep different wallet address for different pools on a few test rigs and I compare BTC payments and it seems that zergpool income with 0% is a lot less than ahashpool income for 24hours on an identical rig with identical settings wit a different wallet address.

So, It is mandatory for everybody of you to do the same and only use the pool with the best real BTC payment, not the pool with the best statistics because you are loosing around 20% from your own money.  

Really nothing more to be said. All the evidence is there. If people dont want to listen to it, or see it for themselves, then its their loss really.

"a fool and his money are easily parted"..

I did my research and was disgusted at what I was seeing. Thats just me though. Its not like he even bothered to answer the question initially (responded about space coin for lord knows why), or even up until now. Says a lot. Im disappointed in Awesome Miner that its included in their package. They are the whole reason I found out about this pool in the first place.

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March 15, 2018, 01:18:27 AM
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He's actually quite active on the Discord servers dedicated to zergpool.
(During his waking hours)

Someone did ask the same questions but it hasn't been answered yet.
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March 15, 2018, 02:31:16 AM
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He's actually quite active on the Discord servers dedicated to zergpool.
(During his waking hours)

Someone did ask the same questions but it hasn't been answered yet.

He will never answer the questions as he don't wanna reveal the dark secret he has in the pool. The real question is to yourself asking who in the world makes things for free???

Zergpool 0% fee = stealing 25% of hash + some coins (you better watch)

I quit after the payment and never come back to this scam.

For all of you... feel free to used it if you wanna be robed. If Zergpool honestly charge fee or fix some issues after report, then I would be comfortable to use it. Now my trust is gone....
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March 15, 2018, 09:04:32 AM
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[2018-03-15 11:03:08] Stratum connection failed: Failed to connect to mine.zergpool.com port 3573: Timed out
[2018-03-15 11:03:08] ...retry after 10 seconds
[2018-03-15 11:03:39] Stratum connection failed: Failed to connect to mine.zergpool.com port 3573: Timed out
[2018-03-15 11:03:39] ...retry after 10 seconds
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March 15, 2018, 09:05:40 AM
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He's actually quite active on the Discord servers dedicated to zergpool.
(During his waking hours)

Someone did ask the same questions but it hasn't been answered yet.

He will never answer the questions as he don't wanna reveal the dark secret he has in the pool. The real question is to yourself asking who in the world makes things for free???

Zergpool 0% fee = stealing 25% of hash + some coins (you better watch)

I quit after the payment and never come back to this scam.

For all of you... feel free to used it if you wanna be robed. If Zergpool honestly charge fee or fix some issues after report, then I would be comfortable to use it. Now my trust is gone....


I was just doing some calculations on RVN block counts - supernova has about 33% of x16r nethash and got about the same percentage of blocks in the last hour.
However, zergpool only got 30 blocks in the last 48 hours, rather than the expected 40 given it's hash rate, which is only 75% of expected.
I've seen the same low block count on other yiimp based pools, so I wonder if there's something up in the code.
I guess that's confirmed by the pool 24hr estimate being 0.02733 (was pretty constant all day) but the 24hr actual only being 0.02017, which is 73% of the estimate
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March 15, 2018, 11:59:07 AM
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Sorry for any inconveniences encountered with any pool issues.

For the more reliable earning estimates, I would recommended to refer to 24h estimated and 24h actual data at the pool. To maximize earnings using any profit switching software you should use current estimate. However it is indeed changing as network difficulties and coin prices do.

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Sorry for any inconveniences encountered with any pool issues.

For the more reliable earning estimates, I would recommended to refer to 24h estimated and 24h actual data at the pool. To maximize earnings using any profit switching software you should use current estimate. However it is indeed changing as network difficulties and coin prices do.

Current estimate figures in API sometimes (often enough) don't match the figures on the website (about 24h figures I'm not sure).

Besides, the pool have connection issues. Why wouldn't you put, say, a 1% fee and rent a better server or hosting plan, etc.
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Sorry for any inconveniences encountered with any pool issues.

For the more reliable earning estimates, I would recommended to refer to 24h estimated and 24h actual data at the pool. To maximize earnings using any profit switching software you should use current estimate. However it is indeed changing as network difficulties and coin prices do.



You make me laugh. You do realize that you encourage users to use current profitability to make it easier for you to steal more coins ?

The problem is that current profitability statistics are impossible to track, and you think that you are safe, but the real difference is in actual 24h statistics and also more than that in real BTC daily payments.

You use the same pool management software as aHashPool and you claim to have 0% pool fee and you also claim to have 0% exchange fee, and I am 100% sure your EXCHANGE_FEE is at least 10%. Besides that I made tests with identical rigs on the same time and using current statistics on your pool compared to aHashPool and your pool paid 20% less in BTC after day after day of testing.

At least 10% of your income can be lost also because of too weak server, rent one like this one https://www.ovh.ie/dedicated_servers/enterprise/1801mg04.xml    or use more servers because you should have an income of 3 BTC per day because aHashPool pays 6BTC every day for 6000 miners. You have 3000 miners and you only pay only 1,5 BTC per day (2 payments of 0,6 BTC every 12 hours).

Taking this into consideration, because you use the same yiimp pool management software, either you manage your pool very bad, or you steal a part of the income from all your miners and miners have to ask you to pay them on this forum.

So, you write on your homepage that exchange fee is 20% and stop stealing coins.  

You are like a gypsy from Romania that is stealing and misleading everyone, instead of being fair and take care of your server that is offline most of the time.

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Sorry for any inconveniences encountered with any pool issues.

For the more reliable earning estimates, I would recommended to refer to 24h estimated and 24h actual data at the pool. To maximize earnings using any profit switching software you should use current estimate. However it is indeed changing as network difficulties and coin prices do.



You make me laugh. You do realize that you encourage users to use current profitability to make it easier for you to steal more coins ?

The problem is that current profitability statistics are impossible to track, and you think that you are safe, but the real difference is in actual 24h statistics and also more than that in real BTC daily payments.

You use the same pool management software as aHashPool and you claim to have 0% pool fee and you also claim to have 0% exchange fee, and I am 100% sure your EXCHANGE_FEE is at least 10%. Besides that I made tests with identical rigs on the same time and using current statistics on your pool compared to aHashPool and your pool paid 20% less in BTC after day after day of testing.

At least 10% of your income can be lost also because of too weak server, rent one like this one https://www.ovh.ie/dedicated_servers/enterprise/1801mg04.xml    or use more servers because you should have an income of 3 BTC per day because aHashPool pays 6BTC every day for 6000 miners. You have 3000 miners and you only pay only 1,5 BTC per day (2 payments of 0,6 BTC every 12 hours).

Taking this into consideration, because you use the same yiimp pool management software, either you manage your pool very bad, or you steal a part of the income from all your miners and miners have to ask you to pay them on this forum.

So, you write on your homepage that exchange fee is 20% and stop stealing coins.  

You are like a gypsy from Romania that is stealing and misleading everyone, instead of being fair and take care of your server that is offline most of the time.



That's why mining software have hard-coded exactly 20% less profitability for zergpool when compared with aHashPool

Below is the code from the mining software :

"Pools profit correction factors
--Usually pools revenue is overestimated, this factor allows manual correction (Profit= ReportedPoolProfit * @@POOLPROFITFACTOR)
--This values are based on experience


@@POOLPROFITFACTOR_AHASHPOOL=0.7
@@POOLPROFITFACTOR_NICEHASH=1
@@POOLPROFITFACTOR_MININGPOOLHUB=0.8
@@POOLPROFITFACTOR_ZPOOL=0.7
@@POOLPROFITFACTOR_ZERGPOOL=0.5
@@POOLPROFITFACTOR_BLAZEPOOL=0.7
"


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March 15, 2018, 11:43:41 PM
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Or it simply could be that you are a n00b moron not picking your alogs properly. Some pools are better for certain alogs than others. Pick wisely and change them based on the 24avg. Do that and zerg beats blaze and AHP routinely... or actually don't. Let the smart miners get the higher percent while you whine like a little bitch.
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March 16, 2018, 01:14:48 AM
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Sorry for any inconveniences encountered with any pool issues.

For the more reliable earning estimates, I would recommended to refer to 24h estimated and 24h actual data at the pool. To maximize earnings using any profit switching software you should use current estimate. However it is indeed changing as network difficulties and coin prices do.



You make me laugh. You do realize that you encourage users to use current profitability to make it easier for you to steal more coins ?

The problem is that current profitability statistics are impossible to track, and you think that you are safe, but the real difference is in actual 24h statistics and also more than that in real BTC daily payments.

You use the same pool management software as aHashPool and you claim to have 0% pool fee and you also claim to have 0% exchange fee, and I am 100% sure your EXCHANGE_FEE is at least 10%. Besides that I made tests with identical rigs on the same time and using current statistics on your pool compared to aHashPool and your pool paid 20% less in BTC after day after day of testing.

At least 10% of your income can be lost also because of too weak server, rent one like this one https://www.ovh.ie/dedicated_servers/enterprise/1801mg04.xml    or use more servers because you should have an income of 3 BTC per day because aHashPool pays 6BTC every day for 6000 miners. You have 3000 miners and you only pay only 1,5 BTC per day (2 payments of 0,6 BTC every 12 hours).

Taking this into consideration, because you use the same yiimp pool management software, either you manage your pool very bad, or you steal a part of the income from all your miners and miners have to ask you to pay them on this forum.

So, you write on your homepage that exchange fee is 20% and stop stealing coins.  

You are like a gypsy from Romania that is stealing and misleading everyone, instead of being fair and take care of your server that is offline most of the time.



That's why mining software have hard-coded exactly 20% less profitability for zergpool when compared with aHashPool

Below is the code from the mining software :

"Pools profit correction factors
--Usually pools revenue is overestimated, this factor allows manual correction (Profit= ReportedPoolProfit * @@POOLPROFITFACTOR)
--This values are based on experience


@@POOLPROFITFACTOR_AHASHPOOL=0.7
@@POOLPROFITFACTOR_NICEHASH=1
@@POOLPROFITFACTOR_MININGPOOLHUB=0.8
@@POOLPROFITFACTOR_ZPOOL=0.7
@@POOLPROFITFACTOR_ZERGPOOL=0.5
@@POOLPROFITFACTOR_BLAZEPOOL=0.7
"





Wow! Wonderful. Thank you for your poolprofitfactors of each pools. It will be very very helpful to me.
I also had tested Ahashpool and zergpool. Ahashpool shows real 24hours actual statistics, and real BTC earnings are almost same.
Zergpool's earnings are about 30% more smaller than 24hours actual statistics in Neoscrypt, skein, xevan.
I agree zergpool is good, but zergpool need to be show "real" 24hours actual statistics.

Now I'm using ahashpool and miningpoolhub.
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March 16, 2018, 02:59:56 AM
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Tried the pool for a couple of hours with a cgminer at 260Mh of scrypt.
Average hashrate accepted by the pool was about 180Mh, no matter how I played around coins and difficulties.
Unfortunately, it was a rented asic, so I don't have access to its logs.
I'm not going to make any accusations, but the fact is that my experiment got 30% of hashrate lost for some reason...


Wow~~~~~~!!!!!!
I also had mined skein algorithm for several days in the zergpool and I had checked my real BTC earnings.
My own real BTC earnings and 24 hours actual calculating are different about 30.5%.
It's similar to your experiment. Neoscrypt and xevan algorithm are also similar.

My hashrates are 41.9G on skein algo.
24 hours real BTC earnings : 0.011253 BTC
24 hours actual calculating : 0.016191 BTC
 
Only pinpin knows. He always takes 30% of miners coins or 24hours actual calculating shows 30% upped.

Now I'm using ahashpool. Ahashpool shows real 24hours actual caculating with just 1% fees.

Can you paste your wallet address?

24h actual at the moment suggests ~ 0,01476 BTC for 41Gh on sken

My wallet address is 1KvSpzSjrJjjMcdxcvmjoehhGsbWuEx65L.
Today I had found 1 more. My BTC earning was 0.011253 BTC, but real payment was 0.01064334 in 13d ago. Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin
Thank you for taking my money. Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin
Following image is my hashrate on ahashpool. Average is 36GH and I have two more rigs. 41GH is real average hashrate showing on pool and If you want I can show you.
It's not a peak and just calculation.

https://imgur.com/7884wDK
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March 16, 2018, 08:06:40 AM
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Sorry for any inconveniences encountered with any pool issues.

For the more reliable earning estimates, I would recommended to refer to 24h estimated and 24h actual data at the pool. To maximize earnings using any profit switching software you should use current estimate. However it is indeed changing as network difficulties and coin prices do.



You make me laugh. You do realize that you encourage users to use current profitability to make it easier for you to steal more coins ?

The problem is that current profitability statistics are impossible to track, and you think that you are safe, but the real difference is in actual 24h statistics and also more than that in real BTC daily payments.

You use the same pool management software as aHashPool and you claim to have 0% pool fee and you also claim to have 0% exchange fee, and I am 100% sure your EXCHANGE_FEE is at least 10%. Besides that I made tests with identical rigs on the same time and using current statistics on your pool compared to aHashPool and your pool paid 20% less in BTC after day after day of testing.

At least 10% of your income can be lost also because of too weak server, rent one like this one https://www.ovh.ie/dedicated_servers/enterprise/1801mg04.xml    or use more servers because you should have an income of 3 BTC per day because aHashPool pays 6BTC every day for 6000 miners. You have 3000 miners and you only pay only 1,5 BTC per day (2 payments of 0,6 BTC every 12 hours).

Taking this into consideration, because you use the same yiimp pool management software, either you manage your pool very bad, or you steal a part of the income from all your miners and miners have to ask you to pay them on this forum.

So, you write on your homepage that exchange fee is 20% and stop stealing coins.  

You are like a gypsy from Romania that is stealing and misleading everyone, instead of being fair and take care of your server that is offline most of the time.



Fuckin Trolls... You dumb MF's cannot even read a graph. You think it's all plug and play. I'll load up sniffdog and get rich. Mine these shit coins and get me some BTC. Ignorant cocksuckers. Learn how to mine. You have no clue, your just trashing this pool. Get the fuck out and go mine somewhere else. Plenty of places out there... Every fucking day I make better money here than anywhere else... Am I special? Or are you just stupid? In my book your just stupid. You do not know how to mine, you do not understand crypto...Your just stupid... Get the fuck out... Move on... Your to stupid to mine in this pool. Go back to doing her nails... Your way out of your league.
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March 16, 2018, 10:04:47 AM
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UPDATE

1. We need to purchase more powerful servers, so enabling 0.5% fee for a week or so
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