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May 14, 2015, 05:41:20 PM
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Has some Brazilian in this forum??
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May 14, 2015, 05:42:49 PM
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The service works in Brazil, if you want more details, it may be that some Brazilian knows.
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May 14, 2015, 05:56:53 PM
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Well, according to the rankings the top 20 hold something like 70% of the floating hash trading there. I don´t know whether they need to unload as such but certainly they´re sitting on substantial investments from which they probably want to extract regular earnings. Which requires selling and withdrawing and which of course also requires buying if the price is to hold up. Now that the ROI is up to 115 or so days that may be more of a problem than before. Good luck, g

Is there anywhere I could see the numbers of the hash trading of their site? I'm just a noob and jumped in less then a week ago.

Not really an expert here, others on this thread are much more knowledgeable I´m sure. But according to the Admin 500 GH/s of Scrypt are held by users and trading between them. And he has 350 himself which he presumably plans to sell at a later date. As for the top holders it´s under rankings there at the site.

ok that makes sense.

I was hoping for some charts of prices, roi and stuff like that.

But for now, as a small player it seems more profitable to trade then to wait for your rewards. Especially in weeks like this one.
So that made me wonder about the 'normal' weeks
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May 14, 2015, 05:58:38 PM
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this electricity story is not very clear...

Easy. Google "Brazil power rates rise". Its been in the News for many months. Even as far as Sept 2014.
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May 14, 2015, 06:21:56 PM
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Drumble, the lower the payout yield (the longer the ROI) the more incentive to trade because the less you lose by having bitcoin sitting on your account waiting for the right trade. On the other hand hash in sell orders mines until the orders are filled. Also the lower the payout yield the less incentive to re-invest at best ask and the more to fish for lower prices. A market for hash will always tend to trend down over time because as soon as the hash mines traders start marking it down for profit taking. So, the most obvious trading strategy will be to try to buy high and sell lower in general in order to increase the hash rate held.

So, I can see problems in maintaining this current price level.

Edit: Temporary madness or brain death there; sell high and then buy lower of course.

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May 14, 2015, 06:26:19 PM
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will be rewards increased?
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May 14, 2015, 06:34:36 PM
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Are there any good cloud mining alternatives to Scrypt.cc?

Me too, please need to know if there any good cloud mining alternatives or some website to do an Investment. I appreciate a lot your advice & answers !

Thanks !!

I got this one it is very new

http://ccminer.cf/
I like the live chat

Seems legit
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May 14, 2015, 06:52:08 PM
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Are there any good cloud mining alternatives to Scrypt.cc?

Me too, please need to know if there any good cloud mining alternatives or some website to do an Investment. I appreciate a lot your advice & answers !

Thanks !!

I got this one it is very new

http://ccminer.cf/
I like the live chat

Buy your ming power Heh, someone must have been in a hurry to get this thing going. Or maybe it´s being run by Ming the Merciless from the planet Mong


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May 14, 2015, 06:58:43 PM
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Chat is back online. Admin is on.
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May 14, 2015, 07:00:21 PM
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Are there any good cloud mining alternatives to Scrypt.cc?

Me too, please need to know if there any good cloud mining alternatives or some website to do an Investment. I appreciate a lot your advice & answers !

Thanks !!

Cloudmining is not very profitable these days. And a lot of scams to avoid also. I would suggest you register on some reputable exchange like Bit-x or C-CEX and buy Bitcions. After you do that, you buy PayCONs with them. Yes - the most advanced altcoin to date which will moon after all hashtards from hashtardtalk org or whatever it's named switch to it Tongue I would suggest you obtain about 3% of them like myself and wait until whales come in and price goes 100x.
Well, I must admit, things can turn out a bit differently too, but I am sure you will have more money in the end than if you would invest in sites alike Scrypt.cc at this moment. You are too late to this ponzi Tongue

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May 14, 2015, 07:09:44 PM
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Drumble, the lower the payout yield (the longer the ROI) the more incentive to trade because the less you lose by having bitcoin sitting on your account waiting for the right trade. On the other hand hash in sell orders mines until the orders are filled. Also the lower the payout yield the less incentive to re-invest at best ask and the more to fish for lower prices. A market for hash will always tend to trend down over time because as soon as the hash mines traders start marking it down for profit taking. So, the most obvious trading strategy will be to try to buy high and sell lower in general in order to increase the hash rate held.

So, I can see problems in maintaining this current price level.

Well as far as trading and payout yield I got that. Noob in the hashrate territory but no noob in trading. I was just looking for some statistics. It has been an exciting week so far got my small time initial raised 10 times from 0.3 to 3 BTC so not to bad at all. Buy low sell high, repeat. Risky but profitable in an fluctuating market. As I see it the fluctuation happened because of the mining problems and the server lag gave a little extra. Now I don't expect this to happen when it is settled, but seeing some charts from the last months or so would clear things up in an instant.

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So, the most obvious trading strategy will be to try to buy high and sell lower in general in order to increase the hash rate held.

I assume that is a typo.

Buy high sell lower to increase the hash rate yield?

But English is not my native language so I could be wrong
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May 14, 2015, 07:14:44 PM
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Chat is back online. Admin is on.

Keep us updated if there are new infos available!
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May 14, 2015, 07:17:11 PM
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Yeah, yeah Drumble I must have been temporarily brain dead. Of course it´s the other way around, sorry.

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May 14, 2015, 07:37:08 PM
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Yes ! Quick work guys. Good luck, g

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May 14, 2015, 08:50:00 PM
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Dont forget you can get free 100GH for 1 week too. I believe

if you buy other 100 ghs, for how much? 1 year?
sha256 hashpower goes over and over up, 2 years ago i coulld mine 20 euro/25 dollars in 30 days with a poor 7770 of 193 mhs, in 24 month power needed 1.000.000x? it's sone of terahash
21 month ago i remember jalapenjo asic 5 ghs 399 dollars, now it give you half dollar of bitcoin sucking 10 dollars of energy

scrypt difficulty in 1 year went fron 3000 to 40000 so about 12x
so i prefer a ponzi scrypt.cc instead of something in whith every week my mining decrease of 20% as in sha256

sha256 is too easy, and asic are far to  go as moore law(double power every 18 month)
neiither script is in moore but is quite, last 5 month no many news
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May 14, 2015, 08:56:16 PM
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Back to scrypt.cc

Now they´re getting tired of trading peanuts and about 60 BTC worth is spread over 686-690 I see. We´ll see how that goes.

P.S. Yeah actually 120 now. I guess the whales are resigned to the inevitable; that to attract new money and buying to service their needs much higher yield and shorter ROI is needed.

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May 15, 2015, 04:23:08 AM
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so any update on the 350ghash being added?

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May 15, 2015, 04:31:54 AM
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RE: Ming power. I´ve seen this typo somewhere else before just can´t remember which operation. May even have seen it more than once. I´m sure it all went six feet under long ago. In any event, criminals tend to be traced by their repetitive patterns in behavior. It´s just an observation, not that I´m accusing these latest ming power guys of anything. I don´t have a clue about them nor do I care all that much.

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May 15, 2015, 04:40:16 AM
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Glad you didn't loose too much too. At least it was just profit. I did find is suspicious that the miners could be relocated in a day. The LTC hash rate didn't decline as much as it should of during this "off time" too. That raised from red flags for me as-well

They're not relocated in a day. He said that today. They're not all back on line. A lot of hashing power is still at DC4. He said that today. They're trying to resolve the power issues but they need the lawyers to work it out.

I see how this could appear to all add up, but at the same time - you can't rule out that this is a complete fabrication.  For all we know, his name is not really Marcelo Santos.

I'm half IN half OUT at the moment...



This.

The purpose of the electricity story is to reconfigure the ponzi payout structure as the further away from the top of the pyramid you get, the larger percentage of the btc paid in needs to be paid out to demonstrate that it is absolutely not a scam, no sir, not at all.

Extending the 'ROI' time means people who buy in order to 'mine' will wait much longer before withdrawing any of their 'profit' and people who can't be arsed to wait for their 'profit' will simply trade these 'KHS' on the site instead, which offers him the opportunity to manipulate the market to his own gain.

Again, no proof of miners=no miners.


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May 15, 2015, 05:27:51 AM
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I don´t know; we´re talking about soon sixteen months that this operation has been going. It seems kind of unlikely that all this time nobody has gone down there to check things out. Especially since the guy is encouraging people all the time to do so. Those who can afford to have tens of thousands of dollars sitting there and there have been quite a few, probably can afford to spend some time in Brazil or hire someone to do so. Not that it´s a huge undertaking anyway. Which means that some have done just that in the last almost a year and a half. Otherwise we need to really stretch the probabilities I guess. Now; whether they have had any reason to broadcast their findings is their own business of course.

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