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Author Topic: [ANN][POOL] ZERGPOOL.com - Multialgo, autoexchange, 0.5% fee, 250+ coins  (Read 50694 times)
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February 22, 2018, 11:49:28 AM
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This is a scam pool Cry.Eat my profits twice.One is 0.001 btc and another is 0.12 btc.I will never use this pool.Everyone be careful.My wallet is 1KschyWXnfrKnYb8dqZnsSA9YbUCibLQ3K
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Alot of people are having luck with the pool.  I would recommend showing your screenshots again, but this time show the URL at the top of the browser. 

Really?  Someone posted yesterday that the TTF and the actual time are way different and its true.  Not even close.  The profitability for a 0 fee pool is garbage.  Zpool stomps it everday with 2 % fee and it makes way less than hashrefinery and ahash.
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February 22, 2018, 12:28:52 PM
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interesting .... I think that pinpin is not a crook. just the pool has hard times
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February 22, 2018, 12:30:08 PM
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interesting .... I think that pinpin is not a crook. just the pool has hard times

I think part of it is because the API is probably failing since he still can't fix that and taking the pool out of the scrypt.  Still not convinced he isn't skimming though.
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February 22, 2018, 12:48:58 PM
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Hallo ZERGPOOL.com

Ich möchte gerne eine Auszahlung machen bevor ich für 0,05 BTC  geschürft habe, bitte um Auszahlung des Wallet   PQ4s7vw9wRmjuBxbBcgkX65xKo3fqZ4MsR

Ich werde alle Miner wieder auf einen anderen Pool schalten, da ich hier kein Vertrauen mehr habe.
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February 22, 2018, 12:55:42 PM
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Hallo ZERGPOOL.com

Ich möchte gerne eine Auszahlung machen bevor ich für 0,05 BTC  geschürft habe, bitte um Auszahlung des Wallet   PQ4s7vw9wRmjuBxbBcgkX65xKo3fqZ4MsR

Ich werde alle Miner wieder auf einen anderen Pool schalten, da ich hier kein Vertrauen mehr habe.

Hi,

PURA is not really guaranteed payment option and currently we don't have enough those in a pool wallets, but I could convert your balance to BTC so you get payment.
For this open BTC account and contact me in discord.
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February 22, 2018, 01:00:54 PM
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Of course, I understand, forks, spoons, etc., but why the balance changed? This is what has already been confirmed, sent to the stock exchange, sold and returned back, in the form of BTC coin, or does this pool work differently and how could this happen?

It is not synchronous process, but rather async. Coins are sent in batches, also sold in different chunks. Exchange time is just average time to get it all sorted.
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February 22, 2018, 01:23:47 PM
Last edit: February 22, 2018, 04:53:33 PM by pinpins
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Pinpins.

I really want to support your pool (don't mind the fee) but things like this (see screenshot) really worries me.



Wallet: 1E38chNM4ZnXqu5kKimQdUjSGu2otmgmzS

I have mined in other YIMP fork pools (ahashpool, zpool, hashrefinery, etc) and never seen anything like this.

Could you please explain what happened to balance ??



Hello,

But lets be honest to ourselves, you have level of hashrate and slowly getting you balance up, then all of sudden there is a hype, won't you assume something went wrong? Your earnings were returned to level of actual - genuine blocks.
Have a look at your graphs, it goes slowly up and then there is rapid growth.
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February 22, 2018, 02:53:07 PM
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Let's be objective here.

zpool has 2% fee, 180+ coins, running for 2 years
hashrefinery has 1.25% fee, 50+ coins, running for 0.5 year
ahashpool has 1% fee, 70+ coins, running for 0.5 year

Yet, pinpins is new to running a pool, says he is a 1 person team, decides to charge 0% fee, and add 160+ coins.

If you have 160+ coins in zergpool, you better make sure you are in contact with 160+ dev teams and git repos and monitor 160+ coins on a daily basis to prevent chain splits and forks, and handle upgrades in a timely manner.  Don't you think this is too aggressively to the point of recklessness?  And you think a new pool admin is able to handle 160+ coins better than hashrefinery, better than ahash, to the point as good as crackfoo who's been doing it for zpool for 2 years?  I'm just pointing out the numbers.  Maybe pinpins is super human, who knows!

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February 22, 2018, 03:41:54 PM
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Let's be objective here.

zpool has 2% fee, 180+ coins, running for 2 years
hashrefinery has 1.25% fee, 50+ coins, running for 0.5 year
ahashpool has 1% fee, 70+ coins, running for 0.5 year

Yet, pinpins is new to running a pool, says he is a 1 person team, decides to charge 0% fee, and add 160+ coins.

If you have 160+ coins in zergpool, you better make sure you are in contact with 160+ dev teams and git repos and monitor 160+ coins on a daily basis to prevent chain splits and forks, and handle upgrades in a timely manner.  Don't you think this is too aggressively to the point of recklessness?  And you think a new pool admin is able to handle 160+ coins better than hashrefinery, better than ahash, to the point as good as crackfoo who's been doing it for zpool for 2 years?  I'm just pointing out the numbers.  Maybe pinpins is super human, who knows!



You may be correct. pinpins is super human. I never have problems getting paid. My hash and payments are consistent.

http://zerg.zergpool.com/?address=1FQsbVSVJqfF6e84iymdLPqsL1HM5ibURw

Only time anything changes is when I fuck with shit. I did quit using the sniffdog. I'm very happy with pinpins and zergpool. You guys that keep trolling should move on and go somewhere else, plenty of other pools out there. Come back in a few months and try again...

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February 22, 2018, 10:53:59 PM
Last edit: February 22, 2018, 11:05:39 PM by guytechie
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Something up with Timetravel?  I know there's no exchange, but that doesn't explain why it's considered the most profitable algo to mine by almost 3 fold the next highest.

Wrong side of split chain again?

Been happening a lot...

Update: Confirmed.
https://twitter.com/Machinecoin/status/965381439440203777

Pinpins, please get us on the right track.  Thanks.

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February 23, 2018, 12:14:45 AM
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Something up with Timetravel?  I know there's no exchange, but that doesn't explain why it's considered the most profitable algo to mine by almost 3 fold the next highest.

Wrong side of split chain again?

Been happening a lot...

Update: Confirmed.
https://twitter.com/Machinecoin/status/965381439440203777

Pinpins, please get us on the right track.  Thanks.

Groundhog day feelings, lost more hours mining other split chain
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February 23, 2018, 01:07:13 AM
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Something up with Timetravel?  I know there's no exchange, but that doesn't explain why it's considered the most profitable algo to mine by almost 3 fold the next highest.

Wrong side of split chain again?

Been happening a lot...

Update: Confirmed.
https://twitter.com/Machinecoin/status/965381439440203777

Pinpins, please get us on the right track.  Thanks.

Groundhog day feelings, lost more hours mining other split chain

 The other pools responded rather quickly.  As of now, zergpool is the only one still have machinecoin enabled and on the wrong chain.

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February 23, 2018, 03:56:05 AM
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Hello,

We have been on correct wallet since 2 days ago. Dev has also confirmed we are on right chain. You can also check blocks on zerg and block explorers on internet.


{
  "version": 140300,
  "protocolversion": 70016,
  "walletversion": 130000,
  "blocks": 469976,
  "difficulty": 215.4704477151884,
  "testnet": false,
  "keypoololdest": 1519236468,
  "keypoolsize": 100,
  "paytxfee": 0.00000000,
  "relayfee": 0.00100000,
  "errors": ""
}
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February 23, 2018, 10:17:18 AM
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Hello:

Are payments in LTC better or the same as in BTC? How is the payment made? First change the coins to BTC and then to LTC? Are they switched to LTC directly?

Which method has the least fees and expenses for the miner? Payments in BTC or in LTC?

Thank you.


PD: I also want to ask, is the benefit made by SniffDog with the TimeTravel algorithm correct? Because the profits are not being paid.
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February 23, 2018, 02:09:05 PM
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Hello,

We have been on correct wallet since 2 days ago. Dev has also confirmed we are on right chain. You can also check blocks on zerg and block explorers on internet.


{
  "version": 140300,
  "protocolversion": 70016,
  "walletversion": 130000,
  "blocks": 469976,
  "difficulty": 215.4704477151884,
  "testnet": false,
  "keypoololdest": 1519236468,
  "keypoolsize": 100,
  "paytxfee": 0.00000000,
  "relayfee": 0.00100000,
  "errors": ""
}


So the multiplier needs to be adjusted?  Should it be multiplied by 100?

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February 23, 2018, 04:25:19 PM
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Well something must have changed, because as soon as I removed the multiplier, the value for timetravel is now reasonable.

As I said before, it was between 3-4x the profitability of the next profitable algo when I first posted about it.

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February 23, 2018, 11:26:44 PM
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net hash and pool hash were almost the same pretty easy to understand why the profits were good Wink
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February 24, 2018, 04:03:05 AM
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net hash and pool hash were almost the same pretty easy to understand why the profits were good Wink

We've been conditioned to be suspicious when profitability is higher than usual.

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February 24, 2018, 07:39:39 AM
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BTC payouts are made automatically every 8 hours for all balances above 0.01, or 0.001 on Sunday.

You must pay all balances above 0.0005 first this sunday, and then change the rules.

Agreed and there should be a Grace period before it goes into effect especially since the pool been down

We have introduced 0.5% fee and raised payment threshold to recover from attacks. Those will be returned to previous values once we are back on track.

I am sorry for inconvienience, and can promise that all will be payed as before. Take an example with Nicehash, it took 3 months for them to start paying. We lost 1 BTC, but for small pool it is quite a lot.

Nicehash are scamers. You want to be like them?

Will there be a payout today with a threshold of 0.0005 BTC as well?
Sorry, but I am waiting for that, as it's still explained in the main page of the pool.
I know, that there have been some issues during the week, but I am a bit confused, that the payout rules changes, before the payout has been done.

Please confirm, that the 0.0005 BTC threshold will be executed today. that would be very nice. Smiley
BTW I like Zergpool very much and hope, that pinpins keeps up doing the very good job!

Regards


Thank you for support. We aim to payout >0.005BTC first. However all other balances are stored and will be payed.
You are exactly right we had a problems, but slowly recovering.


I'm waiting third week. I know you don't want to answer, but when will you pay the old balances above 0.0005 BTC?
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February 24, 2018, 01:10:19 PM
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Uff ... no amd supported  Embarrassed
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