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Author Topic: Polmine-Switches to PPS without notice and docks miners of several solved blocks  (Read 4077 times)
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October 25, 2012, 02:44:04 AM
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almost one year late.

..wait, i can't remember if i still have some of my btc held hostage there.



eh, whatever.

Heh, funny guy this tomaszsz dude.


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October 25, 2012, 07:16:28 AM
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JoelKatz says true, it was harmfull ONLY for hoppers, Honest folks who dont try do cheat are very satisfied with polmine.pl.

How can it be harmful only for hoppers when you take money out of all user accounts?

You made the switch to PPS retroactive and took back money that had already been paid under the old system. Most people who run a bitcoin service would not dream of doing something like this.

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October 26, 2012, 10:51:37 AM
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JoelKatz says true, it was harmfull ONLY for hoppers, Honest folks who dont try do cheat are very satisfied with polmine.pl.

How can it be harmful only for hoppers when you take money out of all user accounts?

You made the switch to PPS retroactive and took back money that had already been paid under the old system. Most people who run a bitcoin service would not dream of doing something like this.

just one thing: greedy scam
nothing to discuss here, he can say 1000 times everything was announced/correct/etc, its still was/is a greedy scam!

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October 27, 2012, 01:19:23 PM
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Polmine has switched to PPS without notice and applied it retroactive to several blocks without notice. Avoid this pool.
You forgot to mention that this post was addressed only to pool hoppers. Honest folks might get the wrong idea.
I'm pretty sure that applies to everyone - by making proportional payouts on the long blocks where it pays less than PPS and then retroactively switching the payout method to PPS as soon as they had a cluster of short blocks where proportional would've paid out more, they effectively short-changed every single miner even if they didn't pool hop.

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