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November 20, 2014, 12:20:02 AM
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So he closed down the site and ran with our money?

How much?

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November 20, 2014, 08:21:25 PM
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Don't remember. But not so much...
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November 21, 2014, 05:39:53 AM
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I am not surprised. Was he even making enough money to pay for his servers? I mean even after running away with everything.
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November 29, 2014, 03:39:54 PM
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So he closed down the site and ran with our money?

How much?

0.5 BTC

how can i recive my bitcoins from deepbit account?
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November 29, 2014, 03:51:43 PM
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So he closed down the site and ran with our money?

How much?

0.5 BTC

how can i recive my bitcoins from deepbit account?

Did you try going to the web site and doing an Instant Payout?

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December 02, 2014, 01:39:34 PM
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So he closed down the site and ran with our money?

How much?

0.5 BTC

how can i recive my bitcoins from deepbit account?

Did you try going to the web site and doing an Instant Payout?

Yes!!! Many times!  Cry
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February 27, 2015, 09:53:04 AM
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Shit place........
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March 15, 2015, 06:50:57 PM
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At least you didn't carelessly leave 8.78 BTC on there.  $2,700 is, like, a whole dang paycheck.  Enough for more than a casual glance.

Anyone heard from Deep, lately?  No?  Do you think it would be more practical to inquire in the ICBit/Orderbook.net circles?  As I understand it, that was deep's next project.
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March 15, 2015, 08:42:13 PM
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At least you didn't carelessly leave 8.78 BTC on there.  $2,700 is, like, a whole dang paycheck.  Enough for more than a casual glance.

Anyone heard from Deep, lately?  No?  Do you think it would be more practical to inquire in the ICBit/Orderbook.net circles?  As I understand it, that was deep's next project.

You're not serious are you? How exactly did you do that? Couldn't you withdraw the amount? From what I know only smaller than 0.1 were non-withdrawable (left some there myself - but don't really care) but 8.78??!! Huh Huh

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March 16, 2015, 04:43:21 AM
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You're not serious are you? How exactly did you do that? Couldn't you withdraw the amount? From what I know only smaller than 0.1 were non-withdrawable (left some there myself - but don't really care) but 8.78??!! Huh Huh

Oh, I have no excuses.  It was good old fashioned negligence.  I had a good run with the GPU's I was using in my rigs (this was back when that was still a thing), but they were going the natural death of all GPUs, and summer was heating up.  Also, the switch to ASICs was just beginning, which I didn't care to invest in, and in a technical sense the pools were all so big that I didn't think I was *needed*. 

So I quit mining, and completely forgot that I had the pool set to autopay to wallet at 10 BTC.  Days ago, in a bit of a pinch, I thought to myself "You know, I could have sworn I had half a btc on one of these drives..."  Actually, I had 28.78, with 20 linked to a single wallet.dat!

Anyway, I set the automatic payment threshold to just a tiny bit below my current balance, and waited.  Nothing after about a day.  Pressing instant payout gives me a "please_wait!" error.
I sent them an email, also.  Nothing yet, but I'll certainly give him a little while to notice the situation.  I'm quite sure deep is still around, albeit on another alias.
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March 16, 2015, 06:18:26 AM
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You're not serious are you? How exactly did you do that? Couldn't you withdraw the amount? From what I know only smaller than 0.1 were non-withdrawable (left some there myself - but don't really care) but 8.78??!! Huh Huh

Oh, I have no excuses.  It was good old fashioned negligence.  I had a good run with the GPU's I was using in my rigs (this was back when that was still a thing), but they were going the natural death of all GPUs, and summer was heating up.  Also, the switch to ASICs was just beginning, which I didn't care to invest in, and in a technical sense the pools were all so big that I didn't think I was *needed*. 

So I quit mining, and completely forgot that I had the pool set to autopay to wallet at 10 BTC.  Days ago, in a bit of a pinch, I thought to myself "You know, I could have sworn I had half a btc on one of these drives..."  Actually, I had 28.78, with 20 linked to a single wallet.dat!

Anyway, I set the automatic payment threshold to just a tiny bit below my current balance, and waited.  Nothing after about a day.  Pressing instant payout gives me a "please_wait!" error.
I sent them an email, also.  Nothing yet, but I'll certainly give him a little while to notice the situation.  I'm quite sure deep is still around, albeit on another alias.


I'm sure you're aware that this amount is something that you may regret a lot more that you didn't withdraw after a year or so (even earlier)... Anyway. We've all something to blame ourselves. I left a few BTCs in my Gox account hoping (!) it will be back in the future. I learned the hard way, I guess. Sad

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I'm sure you're aware that this amount is something that you may regret a lot more that you didn't withdraw after a year or so (even earlier)... Anyway. We've all something to blame ourselves. I left a few BTCs in my Gox account hoping (!) it will be back in the future. I learned the hard way, I guess. Sad

Yes, I had a good eye-roller when I noticed that.  Life has a way of whipping blindingly by, huh?

And as for that email to Deep:
"Delivery to the following recipient failed permanently:

     pool@deepbit.com

Technical details of permanent failure:

The recipient server did not accept our requests to connect. Learn more at http://support.google.com/mail/bin/answer.py?answer=7720
[(0) deepbit.com. [162.255.119.129]:25: socket error]"

No surprise there.  I'll have to investigate further.  I have a strong intuition that he isn't really gone at all, and I daresay I know where to start looking. 
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March 19, 2015, 06:52:06 PM
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I'm sure you're aware that this amount is something that you may regret a lot more that you didn't withdraw after a year or so (even earlier)... Anyway. We've all something to blame ourselves. I left a few BTCs in my Gox account hoping (!) it will be back in the future. I learned the hard way, I guess. Sad

Yes, I had a good eye-roller when I noticed that.  Life has a way of whipping blindingly by, huh?

And as for that email to Deep:
"Delivery to the following recipient failed permanently:

     pool@deepbit.com

Technical details of permanent failure:

The recipient server did not accept our requests to connect. Learn more at http://support.google.com/mail/bin/answer.py?answer=7720
[(0) deepbit.com. [162.255.119.129]:25: socket error]"

No surprise there.  I'll have to investigate further.  I have a strong intuition that he isn't really gone at all, and I daresay I know where to start looking. 

From my heart: Good luck man. They closed the shop months ago. I don't think they will get back to you and frankly that would add many kudos points to their part from me. But it's not that kind of world and we know it. They have probably spent the funds (all of them) by now.

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March 19, 2015, 07:21:14 PM
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From my heart: Good luck man. They closed the shop months ago. I don't think they will get back to you and frankly that would add many kudos points to their part from me. But it's not that kind of world and we know it. They have probably spent the funds (all of them) by now.
Good luck from me too, but ...
 DeepBit was not one of the first big pools and the only one which passed the 51% for nothing. The pool has closed some time ago and no mining is going on, but the web is still alive for a reason. Users to get their remaining funds is one of those I can think of, so don't give up - try smaller amounts for manual payout or just wait (for me it took more than a week to get my last payout)

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March 19, 2015, 08:15:20 PM
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Hey, thanks for the well wishes.  I'll let you guys know how it turns out.
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May 13, 2015, 07:07:48 AM
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Hey! I have similar withdraw problem.. Recently I recalled I have there 23 coins... So now I want to get them, but it just says "Please wait".
Is there any chance to get them?
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May 13, 2015, 11:08:32 AM
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Pool is dead gone, never to be seen again long ago.

If it's that much, try legal action Smiley

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May 13, 2015, 11:20:04 AM
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What do you mean "legal action"?
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May 13, 2015, 07:02:22 PM
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What do you mean "legal action"?

He means take them to court, it's the only way you'll probably ever get anything.  Deepbit has been dead for a very long time.

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Anyone knows how deepbit owners could be found? Cheesy
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