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June 21, 2015, 07:37:55 AM
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I dont have the time to take care of the pool security anymore. The site is constantly harassed from all sides and i dont have the necessary expertise to handle it. Worrying all the time about intrusion and hackers is not fun. So the pool is closed until... i dont know. Maybe it's' time to move on to other projects.

I thought to hire the mintpal security advisor to help, but i was told it's just not a good idea.

Thanks to all miners and renters that kept the pool alive all that time.

Renters with a balance can PM me with deposit address, password and a return BTC address to get their fund back.


<<OH NO>>>Distraught over this news. I have sent you a PM /w details. I wish you would reconsider this decision. I'm not sure there is another pool such as yours /w the extensive array of coinage to choose from and transfer hashpower to. I understand what a difficult moment this must be for you, yet I can also sympathize in knowing how the passion may no longer exist for the endless hours needed in such an operation.

I wish you well and luck in any future role you may play in the CryptoWorld.

Sincerly and with respect,

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June 21, 2015, 09:21:49 AM
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Sad to see you go Mr. Yaamp but all good things come to an end unfortunately.

I've now pointed my little nvidia 750Ti rigs at http://www.simplemulti.com, still mining lyra2 mostly.

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June 21, 2015, 12:12:01 PM
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I dont have the time to take care of the pool security anymore. The site is constantly harassed from all sides and i dont have the necessary expertise to handle it. Worrying all the time about intrusion and hackers is not fun. So the pool is closed until... i dont know. Maybe it's' time to move on to other projects.

I thought to hire the mintpal security advisor to help, but i was told it's just not a good idea.

Thanks to all miners and renters that kept the pool alive all that time.

Renters with a balance can PM me with deposit address, password and a return BTC address to get their fund back.


hi yaamp,
i'm a fellow miner of your multipool and it's so sad to see you go...  Sad
as a system administrator i could help you hardening the server, just pm me if you're interested.
if not, would you sell/share the pool code?

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June 21, 2015, 02:48:51 PM
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Thank you for posting and letting us know what is going on. Yaamp was head and shoulders above most pools out there. I hope you decide to bring it back online, but it's understandable if you no longer have time.
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June 22, 2015, 02:26:49 AM
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I'm sad to see you go, but I also fully understand the reasons behind it - for sure it is not easy being a pool operator these days!
Thanks for letting us know about it, yaamp, and best of luck for all future projects.

(That being said, of course, like everyone here, I would be happy to see your pool back online - that's to say your pool was much appreciated and, shall I say, one of the best ones around that I have ever come to know.)
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June 22, 2015, 07:16:09 AM
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This is a very sad turn of events, though certainly quite understandable. Even so, like many others, I would love to see this pool, or something with the same capabilities, back on its feet in the future. Nicehash is great for what it is, but I think it's a huge asset to miners to have an alternative that is primarily a multipool like YAAMP, which essentially watches various coins for you automatically and prevents rental rates from falling too far below what you could get from mining directly. Of the multipools I've seen/used, YAAMP easily had the best setup, with far more coins/algos than I've seen on any other pool, an extremely handy (and fairly quickly updating) API, and great transparency as to what is being mined at what rates at any given time.

If the trouble of securing/finding people to secure the system is just not worth going through, I agree with skunk that it might be worthwhile looking into selling the pool's code (or giving it away, if you're feeling especially generous). You really have created something with functionality above and beyond the competition here; it would be a shame to just see it all disappear =(
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June 22, 2015, 07:49:35 AM
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I dont have the time to take care of the pool security anymore. The site is constantly harassed from all sides and i dont have the necessary expertise to handle it. Worrying all the time about intrusion and hackers is not fun. So the pool is closed until... i dont know. Maybe it's' time to move on to other projects.

I thought to hire the mintpal security advisor to help, but i was told it's just not a good idea.

Thanks to all miners and renters that kept the pool alive all that time.

Renters with a balance can PM me with deposit address, password and a return BTC address to get their fund back.



what would it take to get yaamp back on its feet? ...

pm if you think that there is a chance to resurrect this fine pool ( and that the details are not for public consumption ) ...

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June 22, 2015, 10:34:55 AM
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Hello,

Thank you all for these nice comments.

We're open to any offer. Some people have asked for just the domain name. We can sell the code in a one shot deal. We can also give the code and get a share of the profit. In any case, we can help to set it up and for occasional troubleshooting.

Im very happy that there is interest to have other people than me to keep this shit alive.



yaamp.com
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June 22, 2015, 12:27:04 PM
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Hello,

Thank you all for these nice comments.

We're open to any offer. Some people have asked for just the domain name. We can sell the code in a one shot deal. We can also give the code and get a share of the profit. In any case, we can help to set it up and for occasional troubleshooting.

Im very happy that there is interest to have other people than me to keep this shit alive.

You are a good guy Mr. Yaamp, I hope that the fruits of your labour can be continued.

I was thinking along those lines too - that you could sell the code, etc. and still keep an interest by having a small share in any profits, seems a sensible way to go if someone (not me, I might add, I'm not much of a coder) wants to take over the reins of your wonderful project. Seems a shame to let it just go into the ether.

CJ
 
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June 23, 2015, 11:04:39 AM
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I dont have the time to take care of the pool security anymore. The site is constantly harassed from all sides and i dont have the necessary expertise to handle it. Worrying all the time about intrusion and hackers is not fun. So the pool is closed until... i dont know. Maybe it's' time to move on to other projects.

This is a sign of the sad state of the Internet today.  Good sites are spending more effort (and funds) on security than on their core functions.  Unfortunately, the core protocols were not originally designed with security in mind and we are all suffering from it today.

Good luck with whatever route you choose.  Miner Control was much richer (functionally and profitably) by its inclusion of YAAMP.  Actually, YAAMP was why I advanced the original tool (NiceHash Control) into its current incarnation to support multiple pools.

Miner Control to get auto algorithm switching for multiple mining services. (please donate if you like)
Could Proof of Blockchain (PoBC) help secure a coin and avoid runaway ASIC mining?
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June 23, 2015, 11:42:32 AM
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Hello,

Thank you all for these nice comments.

We're open to any offer. Some people have asked for just the domain name. We can sell the code in a one shot deal. We can also give the code and get a share of the profit. In any case, we can help to set it up and for occasional troubleshooting.

Im very happy that there is interest to have other people than me to keep this shit alive.




sounds like you really have had enough ...

maybe we can work something out ...

please pm me ...

lets talk ...

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June 23, 2015, 12:16:59 PM
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Hello,

Thank you all for these nice comments.

We're open to any offer. Some people have asked for just the domain name. We can sell the code in a one shot deal. We can also give the code and get a share of the profit. In any case, we can help to set it up and for occasional troubleshooting.

Im very happy that there is interest to have other people than me to keep this shit alive.




I've got server in EU, internet 100/100 And if you like to share code with profits contact with me please.
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June 23, 2015, 11:36:44 PM
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Yaamp.com has been purchased by NiceHash. Mining has been redirected to NiceHash.

Please check http://yaamp.com/ for details.

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only the domain name has been sold. propositions for running the site and the stratum engines are still accepted as nicehash people are good with that.


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June 24, 2015, 04:47:17 AM
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Yaamp.com has been purchased by NiceHash. Mining has been redirected to NiceHash.

Please check http://yaamp.com/ for details.

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only the domain name has been sold. propositions for running the site and the stratum engines are still accepted as nicehash people are good with that.



I gotta say, NiceHash has been rock-solid mining since I switched over after Yaamp had the plug pulled. It has been exactly what I was looking for  Grin
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June 24, 2015, 06:50:27 AM
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Yaamp.com has been purchased by NiceHash. Mining has been redirected to NiceHash.

Please check http://yaamp.com/ for details.

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only the domain name has been sold. propositions for running the site and the stratum engines are still accepted as nicehash people are good with that.



Sorry to see it is not sold to a competitor to Nichhash.
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June 24, 2015, 08:13:53 AM
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Yaamp.com has been purchased by NiceHash. Mining has been redirected to NiceHash.

Please check http://yaamp.com/ for details.

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only the domain name has been sold. propositions for running the site and the stratum engines are still accepted as nicehash people are good with that.




Nice, and what about code of the mining pool ?
Would You like to share in exchange for profits ?
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June 25, 2015, 02:43:25 PM
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tnks Yaamp for correct. my btc is here.
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June 25, 2015, 03:16:12 PM
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We've got a few good propositions for selling the code. We were actually one click away to close deals. But then the spirit of open source hit me and I changed my mind. We'll release the code as open source. Im sorry for those who lost their time negotiating to buy it. But i did tell them and everyone agreed. Better free than anything else i guess.

So here it is:

https://github.com/globalzon/yaamp

Instructions are a little short and might be incomplete at this time. We'll add them as needed.

If anyone is serious about installing it and needs help, i'll be charging a BTC or two to install it for you.

We've made a good amount of BTC already while it was running. So we give back to the community.

Was great running that for you and thanks all for using our service.






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June 25, 2015, 03:19:11 PM
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We've got a few good propositions for selling the code. We were actually one click away to close deals. But then the spirit of open source hit me and I changed my mind. We'll release the code as open source. Im sorry for those who lost their time negotiating to buy it. But i did tell them and everyone agreed. Better free than anything else i guess.

So here it is:

https://github.com/globalzon/yaamp

Instructions are a little short and might be incomplete at this time. We'll add them as needed.

If anyone is serious about installing it and needs help, i'll be charging a BTC or two to install it for you.

We've made a good amount of BTC already while it was running. So we give back to the community.

Was great running that for you and thanks all for using our service.







this is probably the best thing that has happened for a long time ...

we will DEFINITELY be using your services yaamp ...

one of our plans ( especially with granitecoin as part of it ) was to setup a decent multipool system ... this seems to be it ...

will be chatting soon - again Smiley ...

i have yet to go home - so very tired since the last chat ...

massive kudos to you mate ...

edit - we should call it something different - but i think yaamp has a nice ring to it anyway Smiley ...

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June 25, 2015, 03:35:49 PM
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Do these latest developments mean that the domain name "yaamp.com" is now owned by NiceHash, but the code behind what used to be Yaamp.com is available as open source? And the original Yaamp.com will not be coming back?
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