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Author Topic: [ANN] BETARIGS.COM - Cryptocurrency cloud mining - thousands of rigs available!  (Read 198463 times)
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March 17, 2014, 09:13:25 PM
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We now have a community manager!

Rodjames, that you can often find on IRC, is now the Betarigs community manager!
He will be setting up forums soon, organizing the IRC channels and communications, and spreading the word about Betarigs to bring new customers and rigs in  Grin

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March 17, 2014, 09:14:40 PM
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Can you tell me if these can be mined using CPU? Please msg me to let me know? Thanks.
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March 18, 2014, 02:05:06 AM
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Idea for cudaminer

Currently you cant set a failover pool on cudaminer so NVidia cards are pretty much locked out of betarigs

How about allowing leasers the option to put their pool/worker/pass into betarigs, similar to how renters do?

When not rented betarigs will aim at leasers pool, when rented will aim at renters pool.

Is this possible?
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March 18, 2014, 02:11:08 AM
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Idea for cudaminer

Currently you cant set a failover pool on cudaminer so NVidia cards are pretty much locked out of betarigs

How about allowing leasers the option to put their pool/worker/pass into betarigs, similar to how renters do?

When not rented betarigs will aim at leasers pool, when rented will aim at renters pool.

Is this possible?
Yes, it is, and mux said it's being worked on. I'm waiting for that as well, so I can control my own rig remotely directly through the betarigs site. Much more comfy than changing the .bat files over and over again. Cheesy

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March 18, 2014, 07:41:27 AM
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Idea for cudaminer

Currently you cant set a failover pool on cudaminer so NVidia cards are pretty much locked out of betarigs

How about allowing leasers the option to put their pool/worker/pass into betarigs, similar to how renters do?

When not rented betarigs will aim at leasers pool, when rented will aim at renters pool.

Is this possible?
Yes, it is, and mux said it's being worked on. I'm waiting for that as well, so I can control my own rig remotely directly through the betarigs site. Much more comfy than changing the .bat files over and over again. Cheesy

It's on the todolist -- not being worked on at the moment (Just managing expectations here ;-) )

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March 18, 2014, 01:00:02 PM
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I think we have excess of rigs and not enought demand. Gotta spread teh word among the target demand niche first Wink
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March 18, 2014, 01:46:30 PM
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I want stats, hashrate chart of each rigs just like leaserig.net, for us to review rigs correctly.

Thank you for your great service Smiley
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March 18, 2014, 03:13:26 PM
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Hi Mux,  there is a problem with SSL cert on your website (something with CloudFlare certificate).

We indeed switched to full SSL -- I heard from someone issue with the Cloudflare SSL cert; she just rebooted his browser and it was well.
Is it still a problem for you?

Yes, although it's random. It comes and goes on 3 different computers yesterday and today.
From a quick glance at the error, it seems that SSL certificate is for CloudFlare subdomain, not for betarigs.com
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March 18, 2014, 03:28:47 PM
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I really hate having to wait for pools to come up on new coins is there a way to lease rigs but still mine without pools?
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March 18, 2014, 06:32:11 PM
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I think we have excess of rigs and not enought demand. Gotta spread teh word among the target demand niche first Wink
The demand is there when profitable coins turn up. During the Spaincoin+ghash.io double reward combo all rigs up to 0.011BTC/mh/day were rented, and anything under that was rented instantly.  Wink

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March 18, 2014, 06:33:12 PM
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I really hate having to wait for pools to come up on new coins is there a way to lease rigs but still mine without pools?
Sure, you just need to have the wallet on a machine whose IP can be reached from the internet, so you can point all the rented rigs directly to your wallet. Wink

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March 19, 2014, 06:14:30 AM
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Warning: Do not rent rigs from coinminer, you will can scammed and betarigs doesn't care

Rented a couple of rigs from coinminer. His rigs behaved completely unstable with hashrate going up to advertised, then back to 0, back to advertised etc. He then claimed that his rigs were running fine and that my pool was unstable but this most certainly couldn't be true because other rigs from betarigs were completely stable. Only his rigs did this weird wave pattern in hashrate and all of his rigs did it (they even did it in sync some times). He then proceeded to sent me a photo to 'proof' that his rigs were hashing properly:

http://i.imgur.com/zRG8hrB.jpg

As you can see it's set up to mine at multiple pools which corresponds with the behaviour of his hashrates. When I filed tickets for the rentals betarigs blamed it on my pool despite all of my evidence that it was clearly not pool related and even told me that I shouldn't have posted such bad reviews for his rigs.

So I'm just warning everybody here: If you're renting a rig from coinminer you'll get half the advertised hashrate at best and betarigs will choose the side of the (scamming) rig owner.

You're right - coinminer has a lot of negative reviews mentioning the same issues. It's not just you... a lot of renters are complaining about the exact same issue along with the bad/unprofessional support. Look at the comments here: http://imgur.com/a/idm6z

It really sucks to bad rigs stay on Betarigs for so long.
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March 19, 2014, 10:01:01 AM
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Warning: Do not rent rigs from coinminer, you will can scammed and betarigs doesn't care

Rented a couple of rigs from coinminer. His rigs behaved completely unstable with hashrate going up to advertised, then back to 0, back to advertised etc. He then claimed that his rigs were running fine and that my pool was unstable but this most certainly couldn't be true because other rigs from betarigs were completely stable. Only his rigs did this weird wave pattern in hashrate and all of his rigs did it (they even did it in sync some times). He then proceeded to sent me a photo to 'proof' that his rigs were hashing properly:

http://i.imgur.com/zRG8hrB.jpg

As you can see it's set up to mine at multiple pools which corresponds with the behaviour of his hashrates. When I filed tickets for the rentals betarigs blamed it on my pool despite all of my evidence that it was clearly not pool related and even told me that I shouldn't have posted such bad reviews for his rigs.

So I'm just warning everybody here: If you're renting a rig from coinminer you'll get half the advertised hashrate at best and betarigs will choose the side of the (scamming) rig owner.

You're right - coinminer has a lot of negative reviews mentioning the same issues. It's not just you... a lot of renters are complaining about the exact same issue along with the bad/unprofessional support. Look at the comments here: http://imgur.com/a/idm6z

It really sucks to bad rigs stay on Betarigs for so long.
I have almost 20 rents on one of my rigs and 10/10 ratings all the way, including one where the client could not benefit from the service 33% of the time. How does this guy get so many negative feedbacks and why is he so mad? It's stupidly easy to use the site and provide a decent and profitable service to the clients.
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March 19, 2014, 11:00:14 AM
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I think it is totally unnecessary limitation that you are hidding rigs that hash below 1MH/s. It's annoying even for me but i'm only checking for rigs because you have to turn on "<1mhs" bottom over and over again (variable is not set in url).  Every rig shoud be visible and renters sould select filter that they wish! If you will not change this i'm moving rig out of betarigs to leaserig.net And they even pay more....
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March 19, 2014, 04:06:15 PM
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Hi, I was scammed.... When I was submitting the rent form, the rig owner changed the price to double:

https://www.betarigs.com/rig/1485

I tried to contact to the support staff and the owner, but no cancel nor refund yet.

For now, "invactus", the rig owner keeps an attitude of uncooperativeness to this issue.

If he will refund btc or extend the duration, I'll also delete this post.

Be careful.


invactus's rigs:
https://www.betarigs.com/rig/1476
https://www.betarigs.com/rig/1485
https://www.betarigs.com/rig/1488
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March 19, 2014, 05:06:03 PM
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Hi, I was scammed.... When I was submitting the rent form, the rig owner changed the price to double:

https://www.betarigs.com/rig/1485

I tried to contact to the support staff and the owner, but no cancel nor refund yet.

For now, "invactus", the rig owner keeps an attitude of uncooperativeness to this issue.

If he will refund btc or extend the duration, I'll also delete this post.

Be careful.


invactus's rigs:
https://www.betarigs.com/rig/1476
https://www.betarigs.com/rig/1485
https://www.betarigs.com/rig/1488

What are you talking about? I have rented from this person before and have had no issues. Moreover once the rig is locked with your confirmation, the owner cannot change the rates while you are filling out the form (by that I assume the pool/worker info). If you are not a troll, please educate yourself on how it works before going all trigger happy with the negative feedbacks.

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March 19, 2014, 05:10:05 PM
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What are you talking about? I have rented from this person before and have had no issues. Moreover once the rig is locked with your confirmation, the owner cannot change the rates while you are filling out the form (by that I assume the pool/worker info). If you are not a troll, please educate yourself on how it works before going all trigger happy with the negative feedbacks.

Huh, are you "invactus " or his friend? I'm trying to contact him, but no responses for now just as scammers do.
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March 19, 2014, 05:16:30 PM
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Hi, I was scammed.... When I was submitting the rent form, the rig owner changed the price to double:

https://www.betarigs.com/rig/1485

I tried to contact to the support staff and the owner, but no cancel nor refund yet.

For now, "invactus", the rig owner keeps an attitude of uncooperativeness to this issue.

If he will refund btc or extend the duration, I'll also delete this post.

Be careful.


invactus's rigs:
https://www.betarigs.com/rig/1476
https://www.betarigs.com/rig/1485
https://www.betarigs.com/rig/1488

What are you talking about? I have rented from this person before and have had no issues. Moreover once the rig is locked with your confirmation, the owner cannot change the rates while you are filling out the form (by that I assume the pool/worker info). If you are not a troll, please educate yourself on how it works before going all trigger happy with the negative feedbacks.
If you look carefully, his current clients are paying more than double the average rate. Try to see what the person is saying before claiming superior intellect. It is perfectly possible to put a low price, and switch it back up after a second, as you just need to be first on the list and have people click your rig. Once they enter a contract, complications appear and people might not even notice the increased price. This is the definition of scamming.

An owner's previously clean score is not a guarantee of perfect service every time.

Imagine someone buying or hacking someone's account for the ratings, then just pillaging unsuspecting newbies for days.
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March 19, 2014, 05:24:03 PM
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If you look carefully, his current clients are paying more than double the average rate. Try to see what the person is saying before claiming superior intellect. It is perfectly possible to put a low price, and switch it back up after a second, as you just need to be first on the list and have people click your rig. Once they enter a contract, complications appear and people might not even notice the increased price. This is the definition of scamming.

Thank you for your thoughtful comment. Yes, that is exactly what I'm talking about.
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March 19, 2014, 05:37:45 PM
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What are you talking about? I have rented from this person before and have had no issues. Moreover once the rig is locked with your confirmation, the owner cannot change the rates while you are filling out the form (by that I assume the pool/worker info). If you are not a troll, please educate yourself on how it works before going all trigger happy with the negative feedbacks.

Huh, are you "invactus " or his friend? I'm trying to contact him, but no responses for now just as scammers do.

I have no idea who he is... but more importantly, does it matter? I am both a renter and an owner, and what bugs me is people like you transferring the consequence of your ignorance to the owners and demanding refund with threats of screwing with their ratings.

So let me get this straight.... before you click on the confirmation button, its right there in bold how much the total payment is going to be right? After that you go ahead and pay the said exact amount to the BTC address... use the service and then demand a refund because hey.... you ain't in the mood for accountability?

Why don't you go into a little more detail on why you are not the scammer here? If I was Invactus, I wouldn't bother to respond to you either. no surprise there!

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