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March 11, 2014, 12:13:09 AM
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All I see here is pool spam, Is there ANY merchant acceptance in Iceland?Huh? and if so, proof?

Seriously?

IF there will ever be merchant acceptance, that'll happen long after airdrop.

Yeah, seriously, IF they intend to be taken seriously, they need to be pushing and promoting implementation NOW

The coin is already operational, why shouldn't they be pushing for it? otherwise nothing more than another Maza P&D.  It's only two weeks

Lols, finally somebody else wondering why there is no talk about the infrastructure development and education in cryptos for Icelanders taking part and only about the price.


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March 11, 2014, 05:22:39 AM
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http://www.dfmc.cc/UpFile/201403/2014031148270305.jpg

http://aur.easy-mine.eu


to the pool owner,can you tell me where are the blocks from 4552-4591,it take me over 6 hours,receive nothing.


anybody here?do you have the same problem?
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March 11, 2014, 05:31:27 AM
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1% fee pool - http://aur.scrypthp.com - MPOS on secure servers.

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March 11, 2014, 05:39:16 AM
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CharityMiningPools - Donate to Charity while you Mine!

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March 11, 2014, 06:01:18 AM
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http://Aurora.leetpools.com

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Time to start mining like a boss.





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March 11, 2014, 07:12:27 AM
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http://www.dfmc.cc/UpFile/201403/2014031148270305.jpg

http://aur.easy-mine.eu


to the pool owner,can you tell me where are the blocks from 4552-4591,it take me over 6 hours,receive nothing.


anybody here?do you have the same problem?

the pool is a thief ? who can use the aur explorer ,just help..
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March 11, 2014, 07:46:48 AM
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http://aur.easy-mine.eu



to the pool owner,can you tell me where are the blocks from 4552-4591,it take me over 6 hours,receive nothing.


anybody here?do you have the same problem?

the pool is a thief ? who can use the aur explorer ,just help..

I have mined for AURORA on pool #2 last week (http://aur2.easy-mine.eu/ ), I have 100k valid shares, one friend of mine has 70k valid shares, ALL UNPAID
The pool owner use the same tactic all the time: he post an announce like this bellow and then push the people from one pool to another (he has 3 pools: http://aur.easy-mine.eu/, http://aur2.easy-mine.eu/ and http://aur3.easy-mine.eu/ ) and lock the withdraw then promise he will pay when a block will be found  Tongue Tongue Tongue Tongue



Here is the proof of unpaid shares:




Hey, the dude with craaaa@gmail.com, pay the shares to the miners !
People like you ruin any coin all time !



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March 11, 2014, 08:05:41 AM
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You get paid if they find a block. No block - no money.  Roll Eyes
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March 11, 2014, 08:09:01 AM
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You get paid if they find a block. No block - no money.  Roll Eyes

can you see my pic?he stolen some blocks from 4551-4592.
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http://aur.easy-mine.eu



to the pool owner,can you tell me where are the blocks from 4552-4591,it take me over 6 hours,receive nothing.


anybody here?do you have the same problem?

the pool is a thief ? who can use the aur explorer ,just help..

I have mined for AURORA on pool #2 last week (http://aur2.easy-mine.eu/ ), I have 100k valid shares, one friend of mine has 70k valid shares, ALL UNPAID
The pool owner use the same tactic all the time: he post an announce like this bellow and then push the people from one pool to another (he has 3 pools: http://aur.easy-mine.eu/, http://aur2.easy-mine.eu/ and http://aur3.easy-mine.eu/ ) and lock the withdraw then promise he will pay when a block will be found  Tongue Tongue Tongue Tongue

http://promoveaza.net/share/aur2.png

Here is the proof of unpaid shares:

http://promoveaza.net/share/aur1.png


Hey, the dude with craaaa@gmail.com, pay the shares to the miners !
People like you ruin any coin all time !





http://www.dfmc.cc/UpFile/201403/2014031158398773.jpg

find nothing from 4551 to 4992 ? no paid,nothing,why?
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March 11, 2014, 08:16:32 AM
Last edit: March 11, 2014, 09:28:50 AM by Hellionator
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Here's some stats on why it takes so long for a pool to pay out a block on Auroracoin:

Current average block time: 14 minutes
Current net hash rate: 21 000 MHs
pool hash at my pool (http://aur.scrypthp.com): 300 MHs

Which means my pool represents 300/21000 of the total or in other term represents a 300/21000 chance of hitting each block.

300/21000=0.014 or 1.4% is our chance of hitting each block.  Each block is 14 minutes so we have to wait quite a while before we finally hit one.

The good news is that even though we don't hit one often our miners get a larger share of the 25 coin block reward than they would in a much larger pool.  Theoretically it actually works out to equal rewards mining in a small/medium/large pool, it just takes longer the smaller pool and there's higher variance of rewards.

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March 11, 2014, 08:27:42 AM
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You get paid if they find a block. No block - no money.  Roll Eyes

can you see my pic?he stolen some blocks from 4551-4592.
Other pools found those blocks, your pool is small compared to the nethash of the coin.

i dont think so,net hashrate is 21.44G ,and pool hashrate is 5.16G. cant find any blocks for 6 hours ?lost all of the blocks from 4552 to 4591 Huh?.
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March 11, 2014, 08:29:45 AM
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You get paid if they find a block. No block - no money.  Roll Eyes

can you see my pic?he stolen some blocks from 4551-4592.
Other pools found those blocks, your pool is small compared to the nethash of the coin.

i dont think so,net hashrate is 21.44G ,and pool hashrate is 5.16G. cant find any blocks for 6 hours ?lost all of the blocks from 4552 to 4591 Huh?.
sorry i misunderstood and have removed my post not sure what's going sorry. i guess submit a ticket to the pool owner if you haven't yet.

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March 11, 2014, 08:37:51 AM
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You get paid if they find a block. No block - no money.  Roll Eyes

can you see my pic?he stolen some blocks from 4551-4592.
Other pools found those blocks, your pool is small compared to the nethash of the coin.

i dont think so,net hashrate is 21.44G ,and pool hashrate is 5.16G. cant find any blocks for 6 hours ?lost all of the blocks from 4552 to 4591 Huh?.
sorry i misunderstood and have removed my post not sure what's going sorry. i guess submit a ticket to the pool owner if you haven't yet.

i have,and receive his mail.everyone can see.

http://www.dfmc.cc/UpFile/201403/2014031159808129.jpg
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March 11, 2014, 08:38:47 AM
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You get paid if they find a block. No block - no money.  Roll Eyes

can you see my pic?he stolen some blocks from 4551-4592.

No he didn't find the blocks. You wish the pool find all the blocks  Cool
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You get paid if they find a block. No block - no money.  Roll Eyes

can you see my pic?he stolen some blocks from 4551-4592.

No he didn't find the blocks. You wish the pool find all the blocks  Cool

oh no,i undersand that,this pool cant find all of them ,but can you believe it cant find any block from 4551 to 4592 for 6 hours? its hashrates is 5G vs 22G net hashrates?


http://www.dfmc.cc/UpFile/201403/2014031148270305.jpg
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March 11, 2014, 09:17:07 AM
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Are you sure it's that much mhs in your pool sylycw? In one of your screen shots it shows only 65 mhs

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March 11, 2014, 09:19:26 AM
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You get paid if they find a block. No block - no money.  Roll Eyes

can you see my pic?he stolen some blocks from 4551-4592.

No he didn't find the blocks. You wish the pool find all the blocks  Cool

oh no,i undersand that,this pool cant find all of them ,but can you believe it cant find any block from 4551 to 4592 for 6 hours? its hashrates is 5G vs 22G net hashrates?


nobody can just steal a block.. i'm sure they've been found by other pools..
i'm minig with easy-mine almost from start and i haven't noticed anything wrong going on there, so just relax, they'll pay you when the pool finds a block..
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March 11, 2014, 09:34:40 AM
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All I see here is pool spam, Is there ANY merchant acceptance in Iceland?Huh? and if so, proof?

Seriously?

IF there will ever be merchant acceptance, that'll happen long after airdrop.

Yeah, seriously, IF they intend to be taken seriously, they need to be pushing and promoting implementation NOW

The coin is already operational, why shouldn't they be pushing for it? otherwise nothing more than another Maza P&D.  It's only two weeks

Lols, finally somebody else wondering why there is no talk about the infrastructure development and education in cryptos for Icelanders taking part and only about the price.

The only reason I was mining, was the hope they were going to be pushing this.  So far I see NO evidence of it.  You guys can please yourselves, but I aint wasting hashing power on another P&D.  Prove me wrong Aur......... 24 hours almost since I asked and not one reply.  That tells me a LOT

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March 11, 2014, 11:06:49 AM
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You get paid if they find a block. No block - no money.  Roll Eyes

can you see my pic?he stolen some blocks from 4551-4592.

No he didn't find the blocks. You wish the pool find all the blocks  Cool

oh no,i undersand that,this pool cant find all of them ,but can you believe it cant find any block from 4551 to 4592 for 6 hours? its hashrates is 5G vs 22G net hashrates?


nobody can just steal a block.. i'm sure they've been found by other pools..
i'm minig with easy-mine almost from start and i haven't noticed anything wrong going on there, so just relax, they'll pay you when the pool finds a block..

Really ?
 See my post again, and explain why the owner push people from a pool to another and lock the withdraw too

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=446062.msg5636715#msg5636715

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