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March 09, 2014, 10:25:53 AM
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I have used a proxy to go to http://sta.scryptominers.com/ and it showed up
that means the pool owner banned some countries from joining.

Thank you very much and have a great day!

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March 09, 2014, 10:44:00 AM
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difficulty almost 500k already  Shocked
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March 09, 2014, 10:51:24 AM
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I am almost sure who is behind this coin. they created another shitcoin 2 months ago.
they went to an exchange, unloaded their billions of coins, gained around 30-35btc and left. now that coin is still 0.00000001
now, I see the dev of that coin, mining this coin and the nickname of that dev is related to this coin.
Great.
I am not mining shitcoins of scammers

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March 09, 2014, 11:01:07 AM
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I am almost sure who is behind this coin. they created another shitcoin 2 months ago.
they went to an exchange, unloaded their billions of coins, gained around 30-35btc and left. now that coin is still 0.00000001
now, I see the dev of that coin, mining this coin and the nickname of that dev is related to this coin.
Great.
I am not mining shitcoins of scammers

If it is true what you say we're just wasting time and resources!

You sure about that, and what was the other fake currency!

Please help the community, thanks!

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March 09, 2014, 11:28:17 AM
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I am almost sure who is behind this coin. they created another shitcoin 2 months ago.
they went to an exchange, unloaded their billions of coins, gained around 30-35btc and left. now that coin is still 0.00000001
now, I see the dev of that coin, mining this coin and the nickname of that dev is related to this coin.
Great.
I am not mining shitcoins of scammers

Did you see the first 5 pages? Take a look, I think it'd have gone a lot smoother had I done this before.

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March 09, 2014, 11:28:56 AM
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I am almost sure who is behind this coin. they created another shitcoin 2 months ago.
they went to an exchange, unloaded their billions of coins, gained around 30-35btc and left. now that coin is still 0.00000001
now, I see the dev of that coin, mining this coin and the nickname of that dev is related to this coin.
Great.
I am not mining shitcoins of scammers

are you referring to CTM? (and the dev bitsta?)
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March 09, 2014, 11:59:17 AM
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I am almost sure who is behind this coin. they created another shitcoin 2 months ago.
they went to an exchange, unloaded their billions of coins, gained around 30-35btc and left. now that coin is still 0.00000001
now, I see the dev of that coin, mining this coin and the nickname of that dev is related to this coin.
Great.
I am not mining shitcoins of scammers

are you referring to CTM? (and the dev bitsta?)

hi wickedsick,

there are some depressive, frustrated trolls around. don't take them tooo serious.
lol. i am giving stashcoin a try with some of my mininpower. thats all..
if this coin was mine and i would ve released it with an fake nickname,
then be sure that i also would have used another nickname for mining..

btw - nobody of the CTM team has left. we are all hard working on CTM and will always be.
and there is no other coin for us..

cheers,
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March 09, 2014, 12:03:14 PM
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I am almost sure who is behind this coin. they created another shitcoin 2 months ago.
they went to an exchange, unloaded their billions of coins, gained around 30-35btc and left. now that coin is still 0.00000001
now, I see the dev of that coin, mining this coin and the nickname of that dev is related to this coin.
Great.
I am not mining shitcoins of scammers

are you referring to CTM? (and the dev bitsta?)

hi wickedsick,

there are some depressive, frustrated trolls around. don't take them tooo serious.
lol. i am giving stashcoin a try with some of my mininpower. thats all..
if this coin was mine and i would ve released it with an fake nickname,
then be sure that i also would have used another nickname for mining..

btw - nobody of the CTM team has left. we are all hard working on CTM and will always be.
and there is no other coin for us..

cheers,
bitsta

keep up the good work bitsta

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March 09, 2014, 12:20:12 PM
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I am almost sure who is behind this coin. they created another shitcoin 2 months ago.
they went to an exchange, unloaded their billions of coins, gained around 30-35btc and left. now that coin is still 0.00000001
now, I see the dev of that coin, mining this coin and the nickname of that dev is related to this coin.
Great.
I am not mining shitcoins of scammers

Did you see the first 5 pages? Take a look, I think it'd have gone a lot smoother had I done this before.

Wink Go StashCoin (STA) Go!

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March 09, 2014, 12:28:10 PM
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The Network Hashrates (now that i write this post) of the StashCoin (STA) in only 8 hours after the launch it's over 17 TH/s and Grow Up and Up!

Wink Go StashCoin (STA) GO!

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March 09, 2014, 01:02:26 PM
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New 2 StashCoin (STA) Pool launched!

Pool link: http://sta.coinmining.pw

Pool link: http://pool.webcoin.us/sta/

Information found on CryptoCoinTalk at this link: https://cryptocointalk.com/topic/7665-stashcoin-sta-information/

Wink GO StashCoin (STA) GO!

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March 09, 2014, 02:16:14 PM
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*** FREE Mining Pool *** Stratum *** Vardiff ***

Free mining pool now available at iSpace Mining Pools

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March 09, 2014, 03:06:22 PM
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difficulty almost 500k already  Shocked

under to 295k
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March 09, 2014, 04:24:42 PM
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Ok, so I mined this thing since launch, as I was very excited about it! Now mining since launch, I have .4 coins to show for it. .4 coins!! As in less than 1 coin. Okay whatever, I'm done, I'm out. So now I want to transfer my .4 coins of 8 hours or whatever of mining, and I find out that and
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want a .1 transfer fee to withdraw my lousy .4 coins, leaving me with .3 coins if I transfer them out to my wallet.

Can #stashdev or #SCryptoMiners tell me how this makes sense?

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March 09, 2014, 05:16:16 PM
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Ok, so I mined this thing since launch, as I was very excited about it! Now mining since launch, I have .4 coins to show for it. .4 coins!! As in less than 1 coin. Okay whatever, I'm done, I'm out. So now I want to transfer my .4 coins of 8 hours or whatever of mining, and I find out that and
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want a .1 transfer fee to withdraw my lousy .4 coins, leaving me with .3 coins if I transfer them out to my wallet.

Can #stashdev or #SCryptoMiners tell me how this makes sense?

what are you mining with?
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March 09, 2014, 05:47:33 PM
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Ok, so I mined this thing since launch, as I was very excited about it! Now mining since launch, I have .4 coins to show for it. .4 coins!! As in less than 1 coin. Okay whatever, I'm done, I'm out. So now I want to transfer my .4 coins of 8 hours or whatever of mining, and I find out that and
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want a .1 transfer fee to withdraw my lousy .4 coins, leaving me with .3 coins if I transfer them out to my wallet.

Can #stashdev or #SCryptoMiners tell me how this makes sense?

what are you mining with?

0.4 coins in 8 hours?  Must be mining with a quad core potato.
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March 09, 2014, 05:57:12 PM
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Thank you Black.Dog for promoting the hell out of stashcoin!

I'll be working the mac wallet today.

Join me in #stashcoin on freenode if you want to get a hold of me the fastest.

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March 09, 2014, 06:12:13 PM
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This coin will be great
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March 09, 2014, 07:01:43 PM
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What kind of market price entry points are we looking at?  .005?
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March 09, 2014, 07:22:34 PM
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What kind of market price entry points are we looking at?  .005?

That would be ok
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