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March 14, 2015, 05:13:30 AM
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so is this legit? or another ltc mining ponzi like ltcgear
is there pics of the farm, a physical address, anything that shows legitimacy (like genesis mining etc.)
I'm interested but weary
ROI of 66 days is too good to be true

If its too good to be true for you, dont put any money in. Simple as that.

Depends. I still would, it just comes down to how much $ to put in it. That is why I ask. If someone actually has ROId in around 2 months, and they mention it here, that is cool
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March 14, 2015, 05:54:43 AM
Last edit: March 14, 2015, 10:22:43 PM by mprep
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so is this legit? or another ltc mining ponzi like ltcgear
is there pics of the farm, a physical address, anything that shows legitimacy (like genesis mining etc.)
I'm interested but weary
ROI of 66 days is too good to be true

If its too good to be true for you, dont put any money in. Simple as that.

Depends. I still would, it just comes down to how much $ to put in it. That is why I ask. If someone actually has ROId in around 2 months, and they mention it here, that is cool

I joined the site a long time ago (a year ago) and have ROIed. I cashed out a while back and forgot about the site and decided to jump back on due to the other failing cloud mining sites.
Now that im back with 500Mh/s and a stack of referrals, i couldn't be happier. If you want to be my referral: [ref link removed]

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March 14, 2015, 06:50:29 AM
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so is this legit? or another ltc mining ponzi like ltcgear
is there pics of the farm, a physical address, anything that shows legitimacy (like genesis mining etc.)
I'm interested but weary
ROI of 66 days is too good to be true

If its too good to be true for you, dont put any money in. Simple as that.

Depends. I still would, it just comes down to how much $ to put in it. That is why I ask. If someone actually has ROId in around 2 months, and they mention it here, that is cool

I joined the site a long time ago (a year ago) and have ROIed. I cashed out a while back and forgot about the site and decided to jump back on due to the other failing cloud mining sites.
Now that im back with 500Mh/s and a stack of referrals, i couldn't be happier. If you want to be my referral: http://goo.gl/xH3C3M

It is not allowed to have referral links in the body text. Put it in your signature. You, as a hero member should know that.

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March 14, 2015, 10:14:56 AM
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What happens to the project why so many complaints in recent days???
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March 14, 2015, 04:25:23 PM
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Be very careful when investing here your btc can be stolen and the admin is not responsible for it.
Supposedly my account was hacked from my email. It can not be because the mail and would ask verificaion code sent to my phone be blocked.
I also had scrypt and pin code is useless. The admin has to worry about the investment of users. Add two factors of authentication to prevent theft. But it That does not worry, you steal your btc but no.
That shows how reponsable is about money users are concerned. Very careful with this site. I will not invest a penny more.
For more laughter, today I do not win my referrals. Why? You want to invest more in order to steal more?
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March 14, 2015, 04:49:29 PM
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WtF!
http://i61.tinypic.com/nvbbcy.jpg
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March 14, 2015, 04:53:02 PM
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Yes you are on a wrong site, probably a fraudulent one... script.cc is on https not on http......


Probably you have a malware on you computer that act as a "man in the middle..." turning to a fake site.

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March 14, 2015, 05:36:26 PM
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Yes you are on a wrong site, probably a fraudulent one... script.cc is on https not on http......


Probably you have a malware on you computer that act as a "man in the middle..." turning to a fake site.
What I have saved to favorites since I started on the site. Anyway I'm scanning my pc in search of some malware. What formateare, but in my opinion so a web needs to have more security
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March 14, 2015, 05:38:14 PM
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Yes you are on a wrong site, probably a fraudulent one... script.cc is on https not on http......


Probably you have a malware on you computer that act as a "man in the middle..." turning to a fake site.
What I have saved to favorites since I started on the site. Anyway I'm scanning my pc in search of some malware. What formateare, but in my opinion so a web needs to have more security

Yes, i totally agree with you about this....

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March 14, 2015, 05:40:44 PM
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The same message in different addresses off?
http://i57.tinypic.com/ng22ci.jpg
http://i62.tinypic.com/20pvkfn.jpg

Ummm suspicius
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March 14, 2015, 05:51:07 PM
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Please check navegator scrypt url and chek my ref link  Angry
http://i59.tinypic.com/2rpsjew.jpg

My pc no infested, my mail no hack. Admin Scamer.
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March 14, 2015, 06:24:13 PM
Last edit: March 14, 2015, 07:47:34 PM by man22555
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Yes you are on a wrong site, probably a fraudulent one... script.cc is on https not on http......


Probably you have a malware on you computer that act as a "man in the middle..." turning to a fake site.

What? Same here!
Can you help me with this? i can't use https.. Sever busy too
My PC is clear Sad

Edit: It's o.k now.

Yes you are on a wrong site, probably a fraudulent one... script.cc is on https not on http......


Probably you have a malware on you computer that act as a "man in the middle..." turning to a fake site.
What I have saved to favorites since I started on the site. Anyway I'm scanning my pc in search of some malware. What formateare, but in my opinion so a web needs to have more security

Yes, i totally agree with you about this....

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March 14, 2015, 06:56:46 PM
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I thought so too. But after that I do not trust him. There is a concern to keep safe my btc. He would say that my email had been hacked and that is false. I'm not a esperto in computer security, but the attack has oil produced from their website. If really the admin is an honest and responsible person, will add two authentication factors so this problem does not happen again. But if it does not solve this, nothing good can be expected from the
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March 14, 2015, 11:16:51 PM
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I thought so too. But after that I do not trust him. There is a concern to keep safe my btc. He would say that my email had been hacked and that is false. I'm not a esperto in computer security, but the attack has oil produced from their website. If really the admin is an honest and responsible person, will add two authentication factors so this problem does not happen again. But if it does not solve this, nothing good can be expected from the

Don't use your email password in all sites...
If is not this case, your computer is very infected by Spywares...
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Aprenda a não usar a mesma senha do email em tudo que se cadastra...se não foi esse o caso,  então seu PC está sim infectado!

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March 15, 2015, 03:09:24 AM
Last edit: March 15, 2015, 04:22:49 AM by SS2006
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is there any truth to the ROI stats on the front page?
what is the BTC per KH paid there, is it based on LTC MH (not clear if that is what is being mined)

and if I understand correctly, I can't buy 'mining power (KHS)' from the site directly, but from the market (users) only. Does that mean all their allocated power has already been sold,  and is simply being traded between users?

So when I  have the KHS in hand, it earns me BTC per day as its hashing power, but I can also sell this KHS like a coin in the BTC/KHS market
Is this right?
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March 15, 2015, 05:00:22 AM
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Hey guys, I've had a number of people recommend Scrypt.cc for cloudmining but I'm still undecided. I just registered on the site and when I enter 10 MH in the calculator it says that I'll break even in around 60 days which is pretty unbelievable. Can anyone confirm this to be true?

EDIT - Also, are those lifetime contracts?
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March 15, 2015, 05:13:51 AM
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Hey guys, I've had a number of people recommend Scrypt.cc for cloudmining but I'm still undecided. I just registered on the site and when I enter 10 MH in the calculator it says that I'll break even in around 60 days which is pretty unbelievable. Can anyone confirm this to be true?

EDIT - Also, are those lifetime contracts?
My understanding for the short roi is that the users are selling the kh for low. Not necessarily what is being paid per kh (that is  normal and matched up with LTC diff)
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March 15, 2015, 05:30:37 AM
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Hey guys, I've had a number of people recommend Scrypt.cc for cloudmining but I'm still undecided. I just registered on the site and when I enter 10 MH in the calculator it says that I'll break even in around 60 days which is pretty unbelievable. Can anyone confirm this to be true?

EDIT - Also, are those lifetime contracts?
My understanding for the short roi is that the users are selling the kh for low. Not necessarily what is being paid per kh (that is  normal and matched up with LTC diff)

Also can you confirm a few details? I can't seem to find any info on the site regarding fees, like maintenance and power. Are those automatically deducted from the rewards that you receive every 10 minutes?  Secondly, will the hashes I purchase expire or are they 'lifetime' contracts? Thanks for your help.
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March 15, 2015, 09:04:28 AM
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Hey guys, I've had a number of people recommend Scrypt.cc for cloudmining but I'm still undecided. I just registered on the site and when I enter 10 MH in the calculator it says that I'll break even in around 60 days which is pretty unbelievable. Can anyone confirm this to be true?

EDIT - Also, are those lifetime contracts?
My understanding for the short roi is that the users are selling the kh for low. Not necessarily what is being paid per kh (that is  normal and matched up with LTC diff)

Also can you confirm a few details? I can't seem to find any info on the site regarding fees, like maintenance and power. Are those automatically deducted from the rewards that you receive every 10 minutes?  Secondly, will the hashes I purchase expire or are they 'lifetime' contracts? Thanks for your help.

The only fee I paid so far was the withdrawal fee, 0.001 BTC. Minimum deposit is 0.0005 BTC. The Khs you buy are yours until you sell them, so "lifetime" applies.
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March 15, 2015, 09:15:58 AM
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is there any truth to the ROI stats on the front page?
what is the BTC per KH paid there, is it based on LTC MH (not clear if that is what is being mined)

and if I understand correctly, I can't buy 'mining power (KHS)' from the site directly, but from the market (users) only. Does that mean all their allocated power has already been sold,  and is simply being traded between users?

So when I  have the KHS in hand, it earns me BTC per day as its hashing power, but I can also sell this KHS like a coin in the BTC/KHS market
Is this right?

I haven't been here long enough to reach ROI. But for what I saw so far, my daily earnings have been according to the ROI stats. But this is only a prevision, if the market changes, the numbers will change too.

You can buy and sell Khs in the market. At the moment I don't know if all Khs from the site have been sold, but adm said a few days ago that an order of new asics will arrive in the next few months.

With your bought Khs, every 10 minutes you are credited with BTC. You can choose to withdraw it or reinvest and buy more hashing power.
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