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February 18, 2014, 02:56:47 PM
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Due to the freakish work schedule don't have time to actually contact 50BTC/Bitmine support, can anyone tell if ASICs are being shipped ?

LOL Shipped...

That's rich  Cheesy
What's that suppose to mean ? We're never going to see our miners ?  Undecided

Ya you arn't going to see them , sorry mang  Cry
I have a strong trolling feeling... Is it the case ?  Wink

Not trolling at all dude. I honestly don't believe they'll produce ASiCS.

They already scammed thousands of Bitcoins from users after a "hack".

Sorry to get your hopes up man  Cry
As far as I know Bitmine and 50BTC is not the same company. Bitmine is stalling with the shipment and the support.
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February 18, 2014, 03:11:12 PM
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Due to the freakish work schedule don't have time to actually contact 50BTC/Bitmine support, can anyone tell if ASICs are being shipped ?

LOL Shipped...

That's rich  Cheesy
What's that suppose to mean ? We're never going to see our miners ?  Undecided

Ya you arn't going to see them , sorry mang  Cry
I have a strong trolling feeling... Is it the case ?  Wink

Not trolling at all dude. I honestly don't believe they'll produce ASiCS.

They already scammed thousands of Bitcoins from users after a "hack".

Sorry to get your hopes up man  Cry
Well, it's sad if it's true... I'll be hoping for the best and for the "50btc and bitmine is not the same face."
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February 18, 2014, 05:08:08 PM
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Did you guys see this: http://www.coindesk.com/massive-concerted-attack-launched-bitcoin-exchanges/ ?
It caused 50BTC transaction lag that someone mentioned. Transactions are all good now tho.
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February 18, 2014, 06:28:39 PM
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Did you guys see this: http://www.coindesk.com/massive-concerted-attack-launched-bitcoin-exchanges/ ?
It caused 50BTC transaction lag that someone mentioned. Transactions are all good now tho.
Can someone elaborate on this? I didn't understand anything besides "transaction DDoS". Is it what happened?
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February 18, 2014, 09:52:01 PM
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LOL!

Show us e-mails from them, and transactions.

Since 1 month didn't have any reply, after had replied to e-mail what kind of miners i had and balance. (Message below)

"Dear User!
Our pool was under huge attack in October and the billing system was corrupted with wrong amounts. We have applied our hardest effort working 24/7 during this two months to get back with the totally rewritten much more secure and robust code and now have reached an important milestone - now all components of our new system are up and running. All software was redesigned from a scratch. We was able to migrate only user names and part of the workers. In order to investigate your account we are asking you to provide all the information you have about the mining being held on your account:
1. Configuration of your PC or ASIC model.
2. Miner's settings you’ve used to connect to our pool
3. Any screenshots you have
4. All log files from your mining software

Please send all the information to support@50btc.com.

Thank you for staying with us!

Best regards,
50btc support team"


After that I wrote about 5 e-mails, and didn't got response. Only some automatic s...t: like : " Thanks for the message, we'll get back to you as soon as possible!"


If somebody tells that has balance correction, could give proof, beceause for me, it's just scam and everybody involved in it should be shame of lying people here. I belive in bitcoin, because without community it couldn't live, so if you rob that community you will dig your own grave in bitcoin world which never forget your lies. So. If anybody has balance correction from 50scam, should show some proof. If not he also should be treated as a scammer involved in that scam.

If 50btc wouldn't be scammers he would made some official info, or official blog, about resolving that hack. It's good that we have them names, and sooner or later somebody will make them visit. Now. We should warn community from them and people helping them.


BTW. Is anybody from Russia here? Smiley

I wrote them just before xmas, and one live support message couple of weeks ago. With full information on hardware, previous payments, auto-payout settings etc.

https://blockchain.info/tx/519e906c63cf56d411eb8e237a4b6bcdfb47899259638d471b4b93beceb7f471
0.07880179 BTC

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Dear User!

We are writing to you in order to inform about your Account Balance correction.

50BTC is trying to recover all your funds, but it can take some time.

Thanks for your loyalty.
Best regards,
50BTC team.

I assume they are trying hard to get back the pool's glory, but it will take time.

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February 18, 2014, 10:32:52 PM
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My balance got fixed! my 0.017 are back
Withdraw also worked fine Cool
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February 18, 2014, 11:36:01 PM
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My balance got fixed! my 0.017 are back
Withdraw also worked fine Cool


yeah they owe me almost 100 BTC!!!!

dont mine with these scammers. I have contacted them and proved from screen shots from their site, and my account

the last withdraw I tried to make was for 89 BTC which I earned by mining with them, and they never paid it still to this day

BEWARE THIS SCAMMER POOL!!!!!

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February 18, 2014, 11:37:41 PM
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My balance got fixed! my 0.017 are back
Withdraw also worked fine Cool


yeah they owe me almost 100 BTC!!!!

dont mine with these scammers. I have contacted them and proved from screen shots from their site, and my account

the last withdraw I tried to make was for 89 BTC which I earned by mining with them, and they never paid it still to this day

BEWARE THIS SCAMMER POOL!!!!!

Why even would you keep 89 Bitcoin in a Pool  Huh

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February 19, 2014, 09:27:36 AM
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CrazyRabbit look at your trust and go back to your rabbit hole Wink

2good, sorry. I think they know who of their users is on that forum, and pay only that users which ballance was little like yours. The result would be that many people here start to write that his balance is corrected, and maybe some people fall for that there are trusted. Reality is that people who had more than 1BTC never got their money. This is little cost for them to steal more money. This is unbelievable.

DON'T TRUST 50BTC ! SINCE THEY PAY ......
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February 19, 2014, 11:48:30 AM
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CrazyRabbit look at your trust and go back to your rabbit hole Wink

2good, sorry. I think they know who of their users is on that forum, and pay only that users which ballance was little like yours. The result would be that many people here start to write that his balance is corrected, and maybe some people fall for that there are trusted. Reality is that people who had more than 1BTC never got their money. This is little cost for them to steal more money. This is unbelievable.

DON'T TRUST 50BTC ! SINCE THEY PAY ......
Well, they are actually paying to someone. People are getting their money nevertheless. All this 100+ BTC sums are looking way too shady. Even if 1 BTC = 10$. I think this was discussed already numerous times...
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February 19, 2014, 11:51:44 AM
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Did you guys see this: http://www.coindesk.com/massive-concerted-attack-launched-bitcoin-exchanges/ ?
It caused 50BTC transaction lag that someone mentioned. Transactions are all good now tho.
Can someone elaborate on this? I didn't understand anything besides "transaction DDoS". Is it what happened?
It's pretty much very close to "transaction DDoS". There was a lot of invalid transactions that flooded Bitcoin network which caused some bugs for pools and exchanges.
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February 19, 2014, 07:04:27 PM
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Did you guys see this: http://www.coindesk.com/massive-concerted-attack-launched-bitcoin-exchanges/ ?
It caused 50BTC transaction lag that someone mentioned. Transactions are all good now tho.
Can someone elaborate on this? I didn't understand anything besides "transaction DDoS". Is it what happened?
It's pretty much very close to "transaction DDoS". There was a lot of invalid transactions that flooded Bitcoin network which caused some bugs for pools and exchanges.
They weren't exactly invalid, they were changed in a way. Here: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Transaction_Malleability you can read more about it.
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February 19, 2014, 08:18:03 PM
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Either way 50BTC has lost ALL credibility, and much of the communities respect.

I am poor, but i do work for Coin Smiley
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February 20, 2014, 01:05:11 AM
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I had nowhere near "100+btc" in my account, I've responded to their letter asking for settings/etc several times, but still big fat zero.  I just wrote them again (50BTC: In email, not here.) so we'll see.
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February 20, 2014, 09:38:58 AM
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I had nowhere near "100+btc" in my account, I've responded to their letter asking for settings/etc several times, but still big fat zero.  I just wrote them again (50BTC: In email, not here.) so we'll see.
Let's hope for the best. Smiley

Also, someone tried PPLNS mining on 50BTC? And how can I learn pool's hashrate?
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February 20, 2014, 03:22:38 PM
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Did you guys see this: http://www.coindesk.com/massive-concerted-attack-launched-bitcoin-exchanges/ ?
It caused 50BTC transaction lag that someone mentioned. Transactions are all good now tho.
Can someone elaborate on this? I didn't understand anything besides "transaction DDoS". Is it what happened?
It's pretty much very close to "transaction DDoS". There was a lot of invalid transactions that flooded Bitcoin network which caused some bugs for pools and exchanges.
They weren't exactly invalid, they were changed in a way. Here: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Transaction_Malleability you can read more about it.
Actually a very good article. Leaves no questions behind.
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someone tried PPLNS mining on 50BTC?
I did. It was "no block" day so didn't learn much about their distribution.
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And how can I learn pool's hashrate?
Pool's API should give answer to this. Also
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February 20, 2014, 06:47:28 PM
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CrazyRabbit look at your trust and go back to your rabbit hole Wink

2good, sorry. I think they know who of their users is on that forum, and pay only that users which ballance was little like yours. The result would be that many people here start to write that his balance is corrected, and maybe some people fall for that there are trusted. Reality is that people who had more than 1BTC never got their money. This is little cost for them to steal more money. This is unbelievable.

DON'T TRUST 50BTC ! SINCE THEY PAY ......

I just share information, for me this is a good start. I hope that they will pay out in full eventially. I'm not saying they are scammers or not it took them more than 4 months for such a small ammount, but hey it's something.

And remmember don't leave more Bitcoins than you can afford to loose at any pool/exchange.

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February 20, 2014, 09:23:31 PM
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I just share information, for me this is a good start. I hope that they will pay out in full eventially. I'm not saying they are scammers or not it took them more than 4 months for such a small ammount, but hey it's something.

And remmember don't leave more Bitcoins than you can afford to loose at any pool/exchange.


some of us left the coins so that the withdrawal would be in one lump to make payments for stuff instead of paying tx fees for lots of little withdrawals and loose btc to all the fees

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February 21, 2014, 01:25:46 PM
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CrazyRabbit look at your trust and go back to your rabbit hole Wink

2good, sorry. I think they know who of their users is on that forum, and pay only that users which ballance was little like yours. The result would be that many people here start to write that his balance is corrected, and maybe some people fall for that there are trusted. Reality is that people who had more than 1BTC never got their money. This is little cost for them to steal more money. This is unbelievable.

DON'T TRUST 50BTC ! SINCE THEY PAY ......

I have had there less than 1 BTC before the hack and my balance still not restored so far
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February 23, 2014, 02:04:05 AM
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This pool is totally a scammer, i wonder how some people can still mine at this pool. The problem is not from the user cos the pool did not try to warn them that they can lose their money. Moreover, they have closed the payout since they got attacked, which means not all the coins are taken away from them, they still have responsibility to pay back those coins or they are no more than a thief.

I have pm their support and they told me to provide my information about my mining rigs and pictures of my balance before the attack (how on earth does anybody with any reason take a picture of their f* balance ?). I gave them all my information and it has been 2 months since then and i received nothing from them. Not a reply nor at least an apologise that they can not pay me back because i'm so stupid to believe in a pool to keep money for me.

P/s: my balance is about 1 btc and yes it is not more than i can afford to lose, but it is still money that i have to work my ass off to get.
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