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January 26, 2018, 06:36:59 PM
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Is that possible that pool owner can keep or hack shares of Miners who are using there Pools?

Or what if blockchain developer and pool owner are same person

is there any possiblity of coin is not distributed to miner properly

If yes , how we can find this ?

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February 06, 2018, 06:41:08 PM
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only thing I can think of is a pool operator setting ungodly pool fees without reflecting it on their web site. As difficulties are constantly raising it would be hard to catch a small shift in a pool fee that was not made clear on the website but if you see your mining profits that normally decrease by 10% over the course of a day (for sake of easy numbers) suddenly drop by 30% in a day you may wish to ask yourself if that pools operator is all that trustworthy.
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