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February 05, 2014, 07:23:53 AM
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Interesting service, I will give it a try. Cool

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February 05, 2014, 09:47:21 AM
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I gave 0.008BTC for the following rig for 3 hours:

http://www.betarigs.com/rig/533

But it was never delivered.Always kept on showing 'waiting for payment'.I sent the bitcoin properly.I even set the pool,worker,password.But didnt work.Now I dont trust these guys anymore.

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February 05, 2014, 10:03:09 AM
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For anyone interested I made an Excel file so you can easily calculate your prices.
As i have seen people modifying, saving, refreshing and then start over untill they found the right price (including me), I thought to give 5 minutes to make something usefull.

http://www.mediafire.com/view/6av5so5qkpac3oh/Betarigs_calculator.xlsx

Have fun

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February 05, 2014, 10:59:24 AM
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I gave 0.008BTC for the following rig for 3 hours:

http://www.betarigs.com/rig/533

But it was never delivered.Always kept on showing 'waiting for payment'.I sent the bitcoin properly.I even set the pool,worker,password.But didnt work.Now I dont trust these guys anymore.



Pls create a Ticket and include full TXid.
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February 05, 2014, 11:25:57 AM
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I gave 0.008BTC for the following rig for 3 hours:

http://www.betarigs.com/rig/533

But it was never delivered.Always kept on showing 'waiting for payment'.I sent the bitcoin properly.I even set the pool,worker,password.But didnt work.Now I dont trust these guys anymore.



Pls create a Ticket and include full TXid.

Thanks Zae.

Sameev29, I'm seeing your 2 rental tentatives, but as you can see here:
https://blockchain.info/address/1HsbRerjd4bNMpds6ewQ7XY24oSx4zg5fs
https://blockchain.info/address/1E84FvZUPvMRrXdvDHkB3uCgPYtLJmu9r8
I didn't received 0.008 -- guess the pool/online wallet where you send from has taken a 0.0001 from the amount you sent, so you actually sent 0.007xxx

Anyhow, as Zae advised, please fill a ticket and please fill all the fields.

Thanks.

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February 05, 2014, 12:34:05 PM
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only option i would see is if that coin becomes popular, that a special section on the website allows renting that kind of rig, but for now it is default scrypt only...
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February 05, 2014, 03:51:17 PM
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The proxy isn't working perfect, but the whole site is pretty nice. Good job
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February 05, 2014, 05:02:18 PM
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I gave 0.008BTC for the following rig for 3 hours:

http://www.betarigs.com/rig/533

But it was never delivered.Always kept on showing 'waiting for payment'.I sent the bitcoin properly.I even set the pool,worker,password.But didnt work.Now I dont trust these guys anymore.



Pls create a Ticket and include full TXid.

Thanks Zae.

Sameev29, I'm seeing your 2 rental tentatives, but as you can see here:
https://blockchain.info/address/1HsbRerjd4bNMpds6ewQ7XY24oSx4zg5fs
https://blockchain.info/address/1E84FvZUPvMRrXdvDHkB3uCgPYtLJmu9r8
I didn't received 0.008 -- guess the pool/online wallet where you send from has taken a 0.0001 from the amount you sent, so you actually sent 0.007xxx

Anyhow, as Zae advised, please fill a ticket and please fill all the fields.

Thanks.

I opened ticket and no response.I sent the coins from BTC-e.At BTC-e minimum withdraw value is 0.01BTC.I sent 0.01BTC and they cut 0.001 as fee.So you received 0.009BTC.It shows sending successful.

And it seems my sent bitcoin was received.I just wanted to rent 1 rig.Look at this:

https://blockchain.info/address/1E84FvZUPvMRrXdvDHkB3uCgPYtLJmu9r8

Look at the receive during 2014-02-05 06:47:39.Its 0.009BTC which I sent.

And still I didnt get the rig delivered.
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February 05, 2014, 06:08:13 PM
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When you sent more than you should have, most likely the automated system didn't know how to handle it and never marked you as "paid". Moving forward I would recommend a local wallet, that way you don't have to worry about any minimums like BTC-e has.

I'm sure Mux will get to your ticket, however, he said it would be in another day or two, as he's busy with other stuff right now. He said he would service these types of tickets earlier, however, only if the amount is something appreciable, like >0.1BTC... You're talking about $8.00 Tongue
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February 05, 2014, 06:55:27 PM
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When you sent more than you should have, most likely the automated system didn't know how to handle it and never marked you as "paid". Moving forward I would recommend a local wallet, that way you don't have to worry about any minimums like BTC-e has.

I'm sure Mux will get to your ticket, however, he said it would be in another day or two, as he's busy with other stuff right now. He said he would service these types of tickets earlier, however, only if the amount is something appreciable, like >0.1BTC... You're talking about $8.00 Tongue

Thanks dgross! All you said, I was about to say Smiley

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February 05, 2014, 07:07:19 PM
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Just came in to share my experience with Betarigs.

A few weeks ago I heard about the idea by visiting the leaserig.net website, but that was just way too user unfriendly. After that, I got no response from the admin when I asked for some help regarding the issues. Betarigs seemed a lot easier.

I have rented my first rig for 24 hours and the system works perfectly! Minutes after reservation, my rig got payed for and the software swithced to mining for the guy/gal who leased my rig. The payment just arrived and this shows up on the site aswell.

I will certainly lease more rigs on this website if the price is right!

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February 05, 2014, 07:15:09 PM
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Just came in to share my experience with Betarigs.

A few weeks ago I heard about the idea by visiting the leaserig.net website, but that was just way too user unfriendly. After that, I got no response from the admin when I asked for some help regarding the issues. Betarigs seemed a lot easier.

I have rented my first rig for 24 hours and the system works perfectly! Minutes after reservation, my rig got payed for and the software swithced to mining for the guy/gal who leased my rig. The payment just arrived and this shows up on the site aswell.

I will certainly lease more rigs on this website if the price is right!

Thanks!

It's good sometimes to also hear from the good experiences  Grin Grin Grin

Btw, average feedback score on website is 9.354 / 10 !! (Based on 435 feedbacks)

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February 05, 2014, 07:55:34 PM
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I love this service.  But I have a question.  The field where you put in the pool url assumes the url starts with stratum+tcp://... Does this mean that you can't use http:// url, like the ones for p2pool.org?

Thanks,
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February 05, 2014, 09:17:43 PM
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I love this service.  But I have a question.  The field where you put in the pool url assumes the url starts with stratum+tcp://... Does this mean that you can't use http:// url, like the ones for p2pool.org?

Thanks,
Scott

Yes, I only support the common stratum protocol; and not the old getwork protocol.


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Today at 09:06:00 AM
Hello.
I have really bad news for you - our base, as i see, was partly compromised and leaked to unknown hacker. Today i received a message from him, and threat that all our money will be withdrawn if we wouldn't pay him 10 BTC. Even though we stored user passwords as hashes, some of them was decrypted and used to steal people's money. We temporarily closed (or closed forever?) to think what we can do to refund our customers money, at least partially. We have lost ~40% of LTC, LEAF and part of NYANcoin amount. Sometimes i like the idea when no other exchange accept any money we trade...
Thank you, hacker. You just killed one of the part of cryptoworld bright future.

This, above quoted from another topic just today https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=449796.0 , is why I am very very very careful about security and that I'm manually signing transactions manually outside of my servers. And why I'm cautious about the idea of handling deposits of users. Will maybe do it later; but will have to make strong processes on my side.

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February 05, 2014, 11:43:02 PM
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leasing vertcoin miner, 2.3Mh/s. note that vertcoin miner gives lower hashrate than original cgminer. My hashrate with the regular cgminer is 4.7Mh/s to 4.8Mh/s
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February 06, 2014, 12:18:20 AM
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My renter seems to be having issues, My other rigs working fine and receiving jobs but this ones getting:

[06/02/2014 00:01:11]  CGMiner (4468): Pool 0 (*edited*@http://eu.betarigs.com:3333) status is ALIVE
[06/02/2014 00:01:11]  CGMiner (4468): Current pool is Pool 0 (*edited*@http://eu.betarigs.com:3333)
[06/02/2014 00:06:12]  CGMiner (4468): Pool 0 (*edited*@http://eu.betarigs.com:3333) status is DEAD

It then switches to my backup pool and mines normally.

Is this likely to be the renters pool not sending work?
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February 06, 2014, 12:53:14 AM
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My renter seems to be having issues, My other rigs working fine and receiving jobs but this ones getting:

[06/02/2014 00:01:11]  CGMiner (4468): Pool 0 (*edited*@http://eu.betarigs.com:3333) status is ALIVE
[06/02/2014 00:01:11]  CGMiner (4468): Current pool is Pool 0 (*edited*@http://eu.betarigs.com:3333)
[06/02/2014 00:06:12]  CGMiner (4468): Pool 0 (*edited*@http://eu.betarigs.com:3333) status is DEAD

It then switches to my backup pool and mines normally.

Is this likely to be the renters pool not sending work?

I just had my renter complain to me about not getting hashes. Both my miners switched to the backup pool because Betarigs went down. Now I have to provide credit to the renter for a fault on Betarig's service platform. Not quite fair to me...

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February 06, 2014, 03:37:20 AM
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My renter seems to be having issues, My other rigs working fine and receiving jobs but this ones getting:

[06/02/2014 00:01:11]  CGMiner (4468): Pool 0 (*edited*@http://eu.betarigs.com:3333) status is ALIVE
[06/02/2014 00:01:11]  CGMiner (4468): Current pool is Pool 0 (*edited*@http://eu.betarigs.com:3333)
[06/02/2014 00:06:12]  CGMiner (4468): Pool 0 (*edited*@http://eu.betarigs.com:3333) status is DEAD

It then switches to my backup pool and mines normally.

Is this likely to be the renters pool not sending work?

I just had my renter complain to me about not getting hashes. Both my miners switched to the backup pool because Betarigs went down. Now I have to provide credit to the renter for a fault on Betarig's service platform. Not quite fair to me...

MD

If your miners are mining on your chosen pool, on your wallet.
You providing credit to the renter seems pretty damn fair to me.

*Feature request: Auto credit proxy downtime to current renters.


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February 06, 2014, 03:42:19 AM
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My renter seems to be having issues, My other rigs working fine and receiving jobs but this ones getting:

[06/02/2014 00:01:11]  CGMiner (4468): Pool 0 (*edited*@http://eu.betarigs.com:3333) status is ALIVE
[06/02/2014 00:01:11]  CGMiner (4468): Current pool is Pool 0 (*edited*@http://eu.betarigs.com:3333)
[06/02/2014 00:06:12]  CGMiner (4468): Pool 0 (*edited*@http://eu.betarigs.com:3333) status is DEAD

It then switches to my backup pool and mines normally.

Is this likely to be the renters pool not sending work?

I just had my renter complain to me about not getting hashes. Both my miners switched to the backup pool because Betarigs went down. Now I have to provide credit to the renter for a fault on Betarig's service platform. Not quite fair to me...

MD

I show no downtime from my renters, was moosehunter renting your rig? They rented one of mine and their pool went down for half the time
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February 06, 2014, 04:02:34 AM
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My renter seems to be having issues, My other rigs working fine and receiving jobs but this ones getting:

[06/02/2014 00:01:11]  CGMiner (4468): Pool 0 (*edited*@http://eu.betarigs.com:3333) status is ALIVE
[06/02/2014 00:01:11]  CGMiner (4468): Current pool is Pool 0 (*edited*@http://eu.betarigs.com:3333)
[06/02/2014 00:06:12]  CGMiner (4468): Pool 0 (*edited*@http://eu.betarigs.com:3333) status is DEAD

It then switches to my backup pool and mines normally.

Is this likely to be the renters pool not sending work?

I just had my renter complain to me about not getting hashes. Both my miners switched to the backup pool because Betarigs went down. Now I have to provide credit to the renter for a fault on Betarig's service platform. Not quite fair to me...

MD

I show no downtime from my renters, was moosehunter renting your rig? They rented one of mine and their pool went down for half the time

Yes it was moosehunter. But what is really weird is that on both of my miners (two different locations) it was mining on my backup and I had to force-switch it to betarigs.

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