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December 25, 2013, 07:52:02 AM
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Thanks eleuthria

your diligence is appreciated

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December 25, 2013, 09:03:04 AM
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Ditto what the folks above me said, eleuthria. Thanks.
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December 25, 2013, 03:41:39 PM
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Merry Christmas eleuthria! Thanks for all the BTC this year. Grin
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December 26, 2013, 03:03:02 AM
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I want to know how can I verify the luck value on your website?
Usually I add the total proof of work for all blocks found in the current difficulty and divide by the number of blocks to get a value, but I can't find this information on the website.

Is there a page on your website that contains this information in a table for easy copy and paste into Excel?

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December 26, 2013, 03:42:13 AM
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for me impossible to login on btcguild since today

The username/password combination you entered did not match any of our records. x

my login and password is registred on firefox. no error possible

for sure my account is hacked. just create a new account

and has been banned for too many failed login attempts. !!!
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December 26, 2013, 11:06:10 AM
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for me impossible to login on btcguild since today

The username/password combination you entered did not match any of our records. x

my login and password is registred on firefox. no error possible

for sure my account is hacked. just create a new account

and has been banned for too many failed login attempts. !!!

allo !!!
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December 26, 2013, 06:35:15 PM
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send an email to support@btcguild.com with your username/ emaill address and as much info as you can. That's the best way to get answers to any account issues.
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December 26, 2013, 08:04:54 PM
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send an email to support@btcguild.com with your username/ emaill address and as much info as you can. That's the best way to get answers to any account issues.

i send 2 email since 24h but never answer

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December 26, 2013, 09:06:05 PM
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send an email to support@btcguild.com with your username/ emaill address and as much info as you can. That's the best way to get answers to any account issues.

i send 2 email since 24h but never answer



Immediate email response may not happen on Christmas...

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December 26, 2013, 10:08:58 PM
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send an email to support@btcguild.com with your username/ emaill address and as much info as you can. That's the best way to get answers to any account issues.

i send 2 email since 24h but never answer



Some people have lives...
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December 26, 2013, 10:13:31 PM
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send an email to support@btcguild.com with your username/ emaill address and as much info as you can. That's the best way to get answers to any account issues.

i send 2 email since 24h but never answer



Some people have lives...

Do you think these people earn enough money to be able to afford to pay some other people to offer better support?

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December 26, 2013, 10:15:15 PM
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send an email to support@btcguild.com with your username/ emaill address and as much info as you can. That's the best way to get answers to any account issues.

i send 2 email since 24h but never answer



Some people have lives...

Do you think these people earn enough money to be able to afford to pay some other people to offer better support?

um... no.

*insert appropriate begging line here* 
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December 26, 2013, 10:20:45 PM
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send an email to support@btcguild.com with your username/ emaill address and as much info as you can. That's the best way to get answers to any account issues.

i send 2 email since 24h but never answer



Some people have lives...

Do you think these people earn enough money to be able to afford to pay some other people to offer better support?

um... no.

Can you please elaborate why do you think so?

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December 26, 2013, 10:58:19 PM
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send an email to support@btcguild.com with your username/ emaill address and as much info as you can. That's the best way to get answers to any account issues.

i send 2 email since 24h but never answer



Some people have lives...

Do you think these people earn enough money to be able to afford to pay some other people to offer better support?

um... no.

Can you please elaborate why do you think so?

Servers that run a pool like BTCGuild don't run of fresh air.  Nor is the hardware free.  Oddly enough.  Roll Eyes
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December 26, 2013, 11:51:22 PM
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send an email to support@btcguild.com with your username/ emaill address and as much info as you can. That's the best way to get answers to any account issues.

i send 2 email since 24h but never answer



Some people have lives...

Do you think these people earn enough money to be able to afford to pay some other people to offer better support?

um... no.

Can you please elaborate why do you think so?

Servers that run a pool like BTCGuild don't run of fresh air.  Nor is the hardware free.  Oddly enough.  Roll Eyes

And 3% fee out of 2500TH/s are not enough for that?
Here's a very simple calculation: 3% is 75TH/s, which is around 32BTC a day.
Still not enough for better customer support?

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December 26, 2013, 11:54:55 PM
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And 3% fee out of 2500TH/s are not enough for that?
Here's a very simple calculation: 3% is 75TH/s, which is around 32BTC a day.
Still not enough for better customer support?

BTC Guild is as good as it gets.  That's why the hashrate is here.

Remember he has to keep a slushpool of BTC for bad luck streaks on PPS.  That money doesn't come from nowhere.

I'm sure the daily hosting fees aren't small either.

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December 27, 2013, 12:00:05 AM
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And 3% fee out of 2500TH/s are not enough for that?
Here's a very simple calculation: 3% is 75TH/s, which is around 32BTC a day.
Still not enough for better customer support?

BTC Guild is as good as it gets.  That's why the hashrate is here.

Remember he has to keep a slushpool of BTC for bad luck streaks on PPS.  That money doesn't come from nowhere.

I'm sure the daily hosting fees aren't small either.

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With a 5% fee on PPS the bad luck is not so bad  Grin

What I am saying is that with the amount of income the owner receive he can absolutely afford a dedicated customer support and still continue to be filthy rich.
Your post sounds like: after he pays his hosting and PPS bad luck he barely has something left, which can't be further from the truth.

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December 27, 2013, 12:18:06 AM
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And 3% fee out of 2500TH/s are not enough for that?
Here's a very simple calculation: 3% is 75TH/s, which is around 32BTC a day.
Still not enough for better customer support?

BTC Guild is as good as it gets.  That's why the hashrate is here.

Remember he has to keep a slushpool of BTC for bad luck streaks on PPS.  That money doesn't come from nowhere.

I'm sure the daily hosting fees aren't small either.

M

With a 5% fee on PPS the bad luck is not so bad  Grin

What I am saying is that with the amount of income the owner receive he can absolutely afford a dedicated customer support and still continue to be filthy rich.
Your post sounds like: after he pays his hosting and PPS bad luck he barely has something left, which can't be further from the truth.

I'm not convinced he's filthy rich.

There are other pools.  Feel free to try them out, you'll see why BTC Guild is the #1 pool.

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December 27, 2013, 12:27:07 AM
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And 3% fee out of 2500TH/s are not enough for that?
Here's a very simple calculation: 3% is 75TH/s, which is around 32BTC a day.
Still not enough for better customer support?

BTC Guild is as good as it gets.  That's why the hashrate is here.

Remember he has to keep a slushpool of BTC for bad luck streaks on PPS.  That money doesn't come from nowhere.

I'm sure the daily hosting fees aren't small either.

M

With a 5% fee on PPS the bad luck is not so bad  Grin

What I am saying is that with the amount of income the owner receive he can absolutely afford a dedicated customer support and still continue to be filthy rich.
Your post sounds like: after he pays his hosting and PPS bad luck he barely has something left, which can't be further from the truth.

I'm not convinced he's filthy rich.

There are other pools.  Feel free to try them out, you'll see why BTC Guild is the #1 pool.

M

Well I guess if you compare him to Bill Gates then he would not be considered filthy rich  Grin
Then again if you compare the pool to Ghash.io then it would not be considered #1 in terms of hashing speed.
It's all about perspective really.
But that is not the point - the point was that a pool that has 2.5PH/s speed and is charging a minimum of 3% fee should provide a good and timely customer support.

I had a question above, that remained unanswered, so I will forward it to the pool email, so let's see if it get answered in a timely manner.

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December 27, 2013, 12:48:21 AM
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But that is not the point - the point was that a pool that has 2.5PH/s speed and is charging a minimum of 3% fee should provide a good and timely customer support.

I had a question above, that remained unanswered, so I will forward it to the pool email, so let's see if it get answered in a timely manner.

It's a point that no one else has agreed with so far. Smiley

I don't believe there is a contract somewhere that says for 3% you guaranteed to get a response to password problems within a certain period of time.  In fact, I don't think there's a contract anywhere that guarantees anything.  Such is the nature of mining pools.

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