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August 28, 2012, 01:32:48 PM
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so.... people are seriously still using this service?

u guys know the owner owes 100k's of BTC in a seperate obvious scam?

And we should care... why?

And this is the problem of or lack thereof community.   Yes you should care.   Why you ask?  Because the person who knows someone who did something bad and still chooses to support them in a way could potential exhibit the same type of behavior.   Your reputation is important and saying you don't even care and don't know why is a statement that can be very telling.   Also empathy is a human trait.

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August 28, 2012, 01:37:55 PM
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so.... people are seriously still using this service?

u guys know the owner owes 100k's of BTC in a seperate obvious scam?

And we should care... why?

And this is the problem of or lack thereof community.   Yes you should care.   Why you ask?  Because the person who knows someone who did something bad and still chooses to support them in a way could potential exhibit the same type of behavior.   Your reputation is important and saying you don't even care and don't know why is a statement that can be very telling.   Also empathy is a human trait.
I don't see how GPUMax can really be that heavily related to BS&T. Even if it is, I was one of the most vocal people in warning others about putting their money into a black box. If they went ahead and threw their money away that's their own idiocy.

The most I'm ever risking on GPUMax is a few days mining revenue, if it shut down tomorrow and I didn't get paid, I'd lose a total of maybe a few hours of my regular salary...
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August 28, 2012, 01:38:55 PM
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why is micons ignore link highlighted?
It makes it easier to find in the dark.

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August 28, 2012, 02:30:20 PM
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I stopped mining on gpumax when I noticed my returns from private work were down about 15%.  I tested it several times, and determined that even though my hash power shows up correct in my account (when working on private work) the returns Im getting are actually about 15% less than what I would make when not using GPUMAX.

And the public work was not making up for the difference.

I'll likely come back and test it occasionally, but for now Im just watching what happens with everything (pirateat40, bst&t, gpumax)...

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August 28, 2012, 02:34:39 PM
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People here should fully expect this service to disappear one night with remaining payouts to never take place in my mind.
With the OP missing in action what has been said to the users which would make them think differently? Who is supporting
this service and answering questions?

have fun.
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August 28, 2012, 02:47:12 PM
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People here should fully expect this service to disappear one night with remaining payouts to never take place in my mind.
With the OP missing in action what has been said to the users which would make them think differently? Who is supporting
this service and answering questions?

have fun.

From what I have seen, it is mostly done via IRC #gpumax
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August 28, 2012, 02:56:42 PM
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People here should fully expect this service to disappear one night with remaining payouts to never take place in my mind.
With the OP missing in action what has been said to the users which would make them think differently? Who is supporting
this service and answering questions?

have fun.

From what I have seen, it is mostly done via IRC #gpumax


That is because if the OP came back to this forum people would have some serious questions for him.
OP has not been active in that channel for 5+ days.

I am a miner and I would never consider this service.
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August 28, 2012, 02:59:11 PM
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I don't use irc, so from my standpoint, there is no support whatsoever.

No faq's, no how-to, no docs.

And the first thing that made me a little nervous (when pirateat40 was still posting on this forum) was when people would ask what GPUMAX was actually for.  What purpose did it serve?  And pirateat40 would just come on and say something like "if you can't figure it out, don't use it".  

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August 28, 2012, 03:00:09 PM
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Thank you for not using the service.  This allows those of us who do use the service make more money for the same work and it also allows us to monitor our miners quickly and easily.

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August 28, 2012, 03:02:38 PM
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Thank you for not using the service.  This allows those of us who do use the service make more money for the same work and it also allows us to monitor our miners quickly and easily.

Exactly.  Grin
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August 28, 2012, 03:08:24 PM
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Thank you for not using the service.  This allows those of us who do use the service make more money for the same work and it also allows us to monitor our miners quickly and easily.
Speaking of getting paid, Has anyone been paid in the last 36h or so?
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August 28, 2012, 03:11:14 PM
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Thank you for not using the service.  This allows those of us who do use the service make more money for the same work and it also allows us to monitor our miners quickly and easily.
Speaking of getting paid, Has anyone been paid in the last 36h or so?

No....they have been sliding.  seems to be every couple days now. 

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August 28, 2012, 03:44:38 PM
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so.... people are seriously still using this service?

u guys know the owner owes 100k's of BTC in a seperate obvious scam?

And we should care... why?

And this is the problem of or lack thereof community.   Yes you should care.   Why you ask?  Because the person who knows someone who did something bad and still chooses to support them in a way could potential exhibit the same type of behavior.   Your reputation is important and saying you don't even care and don't know why is a statement that can be very telling.   Also empathy is a human trait.
I don't see how GPUMax can really be that heavily related to BS&T. Even if it is, I was one of the most vocal people in warning others about putting their money into a black box. If they went ahead and threw their money away that's their own idiocy.

The most I'm ever risking on GPUMax is a few days mining revenue, if it shut down tomorrow and I didn't get paid, I'd lose a total of maybe a few hours of my regular salary...


First off, its a known fact that Pirate controls both and I believe they play or played an integral part of his operation.   You are right, that is there own idiocy BUT, we should still care if people are being misled or ripped off.    This is why, we are Bitcoin (the people who use it), if we are to have no external regulation then we are left to depend on self-regulation, this means that we "have" to care or it will just become filled with all kinds of lawless behavior (like a pirate if you may) to the point it will become death knell to this project.   Yes there is personal responsibility stressed at the paramount but we need to all pitch in and flush out any and all scammers to set precedent. 

Thoughts Shadow383?

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August 28, 2012, 04:26:49 PM
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Thank you for not using the service.  This allows those of us who do use the service make more money for the same work and it also allows us to monitor our miners quickly and easily.
Speaking of getting paid, Has anyone been paid in the last 36h or so?

+36 hours now  Undecided
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August 28, 2012, 04:49:56 PM
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My last payment was received on 8/26 @ about 7:10pm central time.

But I have since stopped mining, and haven't earned any more btc since then.

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August 28, 2012, 04:51:02 PM
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And that is what I would expect to happen. The service will die a slow death. Payments for work will go unpaid
until you eventually lose a week's worth of payments when the service dies off and gets shutdown.

And losing a week's worth of payments will null out the last week or so.. leaving you feeling a lot like the
lenders of BTCST.

Might as well stop using this service now as I cannot imagine the end result being pretty. Pirate has not
been in the #gpumax channel for 5+ days.

[10:56] <gribble> pirateat40 was last seen in #gpumax 5 days, 13 hours, 22 minutes, and 39 seconds ago: <pirateat40> If they did get backed up they should get better soon since things are slowing down.
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August 28, 2012, 06:05:48 PM
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Are you guys getting paid? I have been using gpumax for 48 hours or so now. Hardly have had any public work, so I only have 0.6 BTC. I thought it was every night, but I guess you have to reach a certain balance until it will pay you are night?

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August 28, 2012, 06:12:36 PM
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no, pirateat40 is sending payments manually, at least that's the last I heard.

It seems like payments are going out whenever he decides to send them.  Recently it's been every couple days...

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August 28, 2012, 06:38:18 PM
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The last time I have gotten paid was 2 days ago 8/26 at 7:10pm.

I am owed 10+ BTC and if it doesn't come soon I will move my miners.

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August 28, 2012, 06:39:04 PM
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Next step: Selling GPUMAX debt.
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