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December 08, 2013, 04:06:47 AM
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With the long rounds, and poor payouts, I've decided that I'm switching to BTCGuild, and I was wondering, if I canceled my account, would I get the owed BTC? Currently, I'm owed 0.00947298 BTC. Would I have to keep mining until I get my threshold past my payout? Thanks.
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December 08, 2013, 04:52:25 AM
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With the long rounds, and poor payouts, I've decided that I'm switching to BTCGuild, and I was wondering, if I canceled my account, would I get the owed BTC? Currently, I'm owed 0.00947298 BTC. Would I have to keep mining until I get my threshold past my payout? Thanks.

Well if there is a minimum payout threshold then you should reach that. I mean it is there for a reason  Tongue

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December 08, 2013, 04:55:48 AM
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I want to get mine (0.00050491) too...but I only have one usb to do the job...right now working in Bitminter which I'm also getting namecoin...wish someone could mine for me...free? IMPOSSiBLE!
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December 08, 2013, 04:57:28 AM
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i couldn't hit the minimum payout either  Embarrassed
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December 08, 2013, 04:57:51 AM
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With the long rounds, and poor payouts, I've decided that I'm switching to BTCGuild, and I was wondering, if I canceled my account, would I get the owed BTC? Currently, I'm owed 0.00947298 BTC. Would I have to keep mining until I get my threshold past my payout? Thanks.

Dude, set your threshold to .1 mine maybe a couple days. You are waiting for your btc pending to be over =>.001. Once this happens you can switch pools.

Once your btc is paid out and none pending then change your threshold back to .01 and it will payout.

Simplest way to get your hard earned btc.

What are you using to mine with?
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December 08, 2013, 05:11:21 AM
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With the long rounds, and poor payouts, I've decided that I'm switching to BTCGuild, and I was wondering, if I canceled my account, would I get the owed BTC? Currently, I'm owed 0.00947298 BTC. Would I have to keep mining until I get my threshold past my payout? Thanks.

Dude, set your threshold to .1 mine maybe a couple days. You are waiting for your btc pending to be over =>.001. Once this happens you can switch pools.

Once your btc is paid out and none pending then change your threshold back to .01 and it will payout.

Simplest way to get your hard earned btc.

What are you using to mine with?

They changed the minimum payout Shocked It was 0.1 before...
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December 08, 2013, 10:35:55 AM
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Yes

You have to reach the minimum to withdraw your mined btc.
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December 08, 2013, 02:26:50 PM
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With the long rounds, and poor payouts, I've decided that I'm switching to BTCGuild, and I was wondering, if I canceled my account, would I get the owed BTC? Currently, I'm owed 0.00947298 BTC. Would I have to keep mining until I get my threshold past my payout? Thanks.

Dude, set your threshold to .1 mine maybe a couple days. You are waiting for your btc pending to be over =>.001. Once this happens you can switch pools.

Once your btc is paid out and none pending then change your threshold back to .01 and it will payout.

Simplest way to get your hard earned btc.

What are you using to mine with?

They changed the minimum payout Shocked It was 0.1 before...

Just checked, send threshold on my account, .01
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December 10, 2013, 05:36:21 PM
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I have about. 009BTC left in my account, and my threshold is .01. It would probably just be easier to keep mining with my 1Ghash. Also, the people who say making a ROI isn't possible with block erupters, they're wrong. Been mining non-stop on slush for 3 months, already made an ROI! But then again, I bought em when they were only $15USD
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December 10, 2013, 06:35:50 PM
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I have about. 009BTC left in my account, and my threshold is .01. It would probably just be easier to keep mining with my 1Ghash. Also, the people who say making a ROI isn't possible with block erupters, they're wrong. Been mining non-stop on slush for 3 months, already made an ROI! But then again, I bought em when they were only $15USD
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If you bought it cheap, then yes you can roi. At current prices then no, roi is near to impossible.

Leave it on slush to get over .01, before you do it, change the threshold to .1 or higher so it doesn't cash out when you hit .01 and end up with a little balance.
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