You brought nothing useful to this thread. I pointed it out. You say I called you names, then you called me names. Who's immature?? Looks like you got nothing. So keep you delusional Unicorns and Rainbows in a thread that agrees with you. Cause no one here agrees with your crap.
Wow, are all full members like this? Can I block (hide from my view) post from specific users?
modcom seems to be seething with hatred towards me, I have no idea why except you have a reason unknown to me (or possibly others as no one else has come to back you up with your personal attacks on me).
If modcom would actually read my post you would see I apologized
for assigning the term ass clown to you, as I said, it was more you were acting like... and I should not have called you that, but would be better to assign the term to your actions (there is a big difference), I can only see this being the only 'name calling' from me yet you consistently seem to want to berate me and my opinions for no reason at all that I can see (I can not speak for others).
I am not too familiar with the term TROLL, but can someone please tell me if this would classify as TROLLING?
modcom, man up and apologize and all will be forgotten.Anyway, back to the 50BTC issue...
I stand by my comments and my advice to 50btc as I agree that communication would be better as it has been nearly a week since the last update from them here, although as I have also been involved with running an SME I understand that sometimes it can be overlooked instead focusing on fixing an issue, not a good business move imho, but I have yet to see any intentional malice from 50btc, but it seems some of the 'mob' have already tried and convicted them, but they can not seem to agree what they have done except for one item that I can see, being not cashing out their btc funds.
I believe 50btc had issues once before, what was the outcome? does this provide some kind of track record (positive or negative, it will be subjective)?
I did see some debate over some of the wallets in use, has anyone done further investigations? Is there evidence either for or against 50BTC? From what I read it was that they were paying out more than they were getting in, to me that would mean they would not have the funds from previously, hence they can not pay out everyone right now and to me their best bet would be to fix the problem and start trading out of the problem (trading as in running business as normal, getting their percentages of the hashing in fees), closing up shop now would be silly, they would be better off selling up as 50btc still has a reputation, albeit tarnished at the moment, it is still a known pool... for those old enough, think original release of the Intel Pentium 60 (75 and others) with the floating point error, how much does it affect the brand these days? Not much, if at all, but it did make it become a household name.
If 50BTC overcame the last hack then I have no doubt they will bounce back, but I strongly suggest they atleast make commitments to pay valid balances along with a remuneration of those who kept supporting them to allow them to keep going.
fact is, if everyone leaves the pool it will die, it is far easier to keep a company going than to start from scratch.
any constructive comments are welcomed.