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Author Topic: [ANN][POOL] ZERGPOOL.com - Multialgo, autoexchange, 0.5% fee, 250+ coins  (Read 57294 times)
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May 14, 2018, 02:50:08 PM
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Pinpin, please sort out the vit pool. You're advertising it in the thread but the stratum connection gets rejected... and the pool doesn't even show on the front page.
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May 15, 2018, 02:54:46 PM
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Hello Pinpins,
Just a small advice, but you should look at Zixx coin (XZX), based on neoscrypt and exchangeable at cryptobridge. It begins to be quite "hot" to mine. And as you already successfully set rvn to be auto-exchangeable on cryptobridge, you may be able to do the same with it...  
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May 15, 2018, 03:28:55 PM
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Any news on my "49.26486466 BSD"?

Please pay me, I have expenses to pay.
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May 15, 2018, 03:42:51 PM
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Hi Guys,
ok so i follow these instructions from the pool

GETTING STARTED FOR NVIDIA GPU MINING

    Below instructon for quick start using Windows systems
    1. Download Nvidia drivers 384.xx or above
    2. Download latest Zergpool SniffDog fork package from GitHub: https://github.com/pinpins/Sniffdogminer/releases
    3. Unzip and Edit the startsniffin_Zergpool_Bitcoin.bat file with notepad
    4. Change the -Wallet 1AMQg6m9GPDN9HGuC3wJGpSuiZr1XQXjxi to your BTC wallet address
    5. Save the file, and run just modified bat file
    6. Wait about 30 mins, so SniffDog benchmark your system performance for each algo. Afterwards it will automatically choose the most profitable algorithm to mine at the time, and perform auto switch every 5 minutes.

Basically i get a blue window come up says "snoopdog in da house" it stays open for a short while then closes.

After this happened 40 times i got bored....
Nothing else seeems to be happening.
I had a hashrate for the 1st line, that was all

Any ideas?
Win10, nvidia cards
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May 15, 2018, 03:47:25 PM
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Hi Guys,
ok so i follow these instructions from the pool

GETTING STARTED FOR NVIDIA GPU MINING

    Below instructon for quick start using Windows systems
    1. Download Nvidia drivers 384.xx or above
    2. Download latest Zergpool SniffDog fork package from GitHub: https://github.com/pinpins/Sniffdogminer/releases
    3. Unzip and Edit the startsniffin_Zergpool_Bitcoin.bat file with notepad
    4. Change the -Wallet 1AMQg6m9GPDN9HGuC3wJGpSuiZr1XQXjxi to your BTC wallet address
    5. Save the file, and run just modified bat file
    6. Wait about 30 mins, so SniffDog benchmark your system performance for each algo. Afterwards it will automatically choose the most profitable algorithm to mine at the time, and perform auto switch every 5 minutes.

Basically i get a blue window come up says "snoopdog in da house" it stays open for a short while then closes.

After this happened 40 times i got bored....
Nothing else seeems to be happening.
I had a hashrate for the 1st line, that was all

Any ideas?
Win10, nvidia cards
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You need to try another miner for that algo.
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May 15, 2018, 04:06:59 PM
Last edit: May 15, 2018, 04:19:14 PM by minerja
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Hi Guys,
ok so i follow these instructions from the pool

GETTING STARTED FOR NVIDIA GPU MINING

    Below instructon for quick start using Windows systems
    1. Download Nvidia drivers 384.xx or above
    2. Download latest Zergpool SniffDog fork package from GitHub: https://github.com/pinpins/Sniffdogminer/releases
    3. Unzip and Edit the startsniffin_Zergpool_Bitcoin.bat file with notepad
    4. Change the -Wallet 1AMQg6m9GPDN9HGuC3wJGpSuiZr1XQXjxi to your BTC wallet address
    5. Save the file, and run just modified bat file
    6. Wait about 30 mins, so SniffDog benchmark your system performance for each algo. Afterwards it will automatically choose the most profitable algorithm to mine at the time, and perform auto switch every 5 minutes.

Basically i get a blue window come up says "snoopdog in da house" it stays open for a short while then closes.

After this happened 40 times i got bored....
Nothing else seeems to be happening.
I had a hashrate for the 1st line, that was all

Any ideas?
Win10, nvidia cards
J

You need to try another miner for that algo.

I just followed the instructions, so i'll need a bit more help that that please....

https://ibb.co/f2WoMJ
This is what i get

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May 15, 2018, 04:09:24 PM
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Is there a simple way to limit devices cos i am using 1060s and 750tis...could be the old 750tis causeing issues?
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May 15, 2018, 05:09:52 PM
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I just followed the instructions, so i'll need a bit more help that that please....

https://ibb.co/f2WoMJ
This is what i get

Sorry man, still waiting for my 49 BSD... Someone will help you soon.
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May 18, 2018, 04:41:47 AM
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CAN YOU PLEASE SEND ME MY BSD?


I sent you my wallet address by PM.

The last couple of days BSD has gone down in value, so I'll be getting less than I would have a few days/weeks ago.
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May 18, 2018, 10:31:09 AM
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Hello pinpins

Why is it that my earned coins go down and that sometimes for hours no coins are added while mining? Huh

For you and everyone else, so you can see for yourself. Grin
Wallet: GY3Nygje7dhwZXSJib8ubpKDCKzz2C9WSg

I am gonna make screenshots for proof if I need to warn other people.

Sincerely, QK
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May 19, 2018, 03:24:13 PM
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Hello Pinpins,

A substancial amount of money (about $700) has disappeared from my unpaid balance yesterday without explanation, it's basically all the Deeponion that I mined that day.

Please PUT BACK MY MONEY on the balance or send it directly to my address.

When you take that much money from one of your biggest miners at least an explanation is due. For all I know my money was STOLEN by the pool.

If for some technical reason on your side your pool has mined incorrectly (I am not aware of any fork) I expect a reimbursement and proper communication like proper pools do.

I have suspended my operations on your pool until this is sorted.

My BTC address: 33tQFU4HVR7rhsUxKHxkPDXmhQzAeY9qiE

Regards,


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May 19, 2018, 06:59:21 PM
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Hello Pinpins,

A substancial amount of money (about $700) has disappeared from my unpaid balance yesterday without explanation, it's basically all the Deeponion that I mined that day.

Please PUT BACK MY MONEY on the balance or send it directly to my address.

When you take that much money from one of your biggest miners at least an explanation is due. For all I know my money was STOLEN by the pool.

If for some technical reason on your side your pool has mined incorrectly (I am not aware of any fork) I expect a reimbursement and proper communication like proper pools do.

I have suspended my operations on your pool until this is sorted.

My BTC address: 33tQFU4HVR7rhsUxKHxkPDXmhQzAeY9qiE

Regards,



Yeah, some explanation at least would be nice. I lost at least .001 BTC on this as well. Very disappointing.

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May 20, 2018, 01:50:12 PM
Last edit: May 20, 2018, 05:55:40 PM by dartgrey
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GoaCoin does not withdraw 7 hours
http://zergpool.com/?address=GcPexwGfHRQBhgeEUmrpEkAUZ8EsedVSoM
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May 20, 2018, 06:04:40 PM
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Hello,
Your case and GOA payments were fixed.
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May 20, 2018, 06:17:33 PM
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Hello Pinpins,

A substancial amount of money (about $700) has disappeared from my unpaid balance yesterday without explanation, it's basically all the Deeponion that I mined that day.

Please PUT BACK MY MONEY on the balance or send it directly to my address.

When you take that much money from one of your biggest miners at least an explanation is due. For all I know my money was STOLEN by the pool.

If for some technical reason on your side your pool has mined incorrectly (I am not aware of any fork) I expect a reimbursement and proper communication like proper pools do.

I have suspended my operations on your pool until this is sorted.

My BTC address: 33tQFU4HVR7rhsUxKHxkPDXmhQzAeY9qiE

Regards,



Yeah, some explanation at least would be nice. I lost at least .001 BTC on this as well. Very disappointing.

hello,

unfortunatelly Deeponion got forked at time you mined :/
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May 20, 2018, 06:54:01 PM
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Any news on my 49 BSD? Sorry for asking so much, but I have a feeling BSD will go up in value really soon and I have electricity to pay..
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May 20, 2018, 06:59:58 PM
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I have a suggestion for the website, can you add the current time to the page in CLT so we can easily see about how long it will be until the next payout?

Something like this maybe?   https://imgur.com/a/uhUYI5W



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May 21, 2018, 01:40:22 AM
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Hello Pinpins,

A substancial amount of money (about $700) has disappeared from my unpaid balance yesterday without explanation, it's basically all the Deeponion that I mined that day.

Please PUT BACK MY MONEY on the balance or send it directly to my address.

When you take that much money from one of your biggest miners at least an explanation is due. For all I know my money was STOLEN by the pool.

If for some technical reason on your side your pool has mined incorrectly (I am not aware of any fork) I expect a reimbursement and proper communication like proper pools do.

I have suspended my operations on your pool until this is sorted.

My BTC address: 33tQFU4HVR7rhsUxKHxkPDXmhQzAeY9qiE

Regards,



Yeah, some explanation at least would be nice. I lost at least .001 BTC on this as well. Very disappointing.

hello,

unfortunatelly Deeponion got forked at time you mined :/

So what do we do? You should understand that I am not mining with a few rigs but sending high amounts of hashpower from Nicehash, what guarantee do I have that this won't happen again? Because when it happens it's hundreds of dollars that evaporate.

Why don't you keep a small fund to cover for when you make a mistake like this? (Because a fork is a scheduled event, you should have known about it. If I were mining a particular coin I would have done the job of staying up to date but I am mining an algo on a multipool that controls where the power is sent and when).
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May 21, 2018, 04:39:36 AM
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Hello, it's easy to know why there are no payments to this purse? DLxspwFHevjg28GUj7ieCoUzRXQG7kskHL. The payment was pc = XVG
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May 21, 2018, 09:41:23 AM
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So what do we do? You should understand that I am not mining with a few rigs but sending high amounts of hashpower from Nicehash, what guarantee do I have that this won't happen again? Because when it happens it's hundreds of dollars that evaporate.

Why don't you keep a small fund to cover for when you make a mistake like this? (Because a fork is a scheduled event, you should have known about it. If I were mining a particular coin I would have done the job of staying up to date but I am mining an algo on a multipool that controls where the power is sent and when).

You are not entitled to your earnings, especially when you are mining highly volatile coins.
Too bad that this happened, but there is nothing you or the pool owner can do. The coin forked, you were on the wrong side of the chain, you lost your earnings. Shit like this happens all the time, get over it and perhaps try a different strategy next time. Don't expect for the pool to reimburse you for something that is out of their control.
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