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August 30, 2012, 03:58:57 PM
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It's mere speculation, by my guess is it's easily over a thousand dollars. .

Probably closer to a thousand bitcoins.  Some users have 10+ bitcoins or more tied up in the last couple days.  And Im sure there are easily hundreds of users now...

I have over 40 tied up.  This was Pirates last "Fuck you" the to community.

The timing of suddenly inviting everyone and anyone after months of no movement at all was simply too convenient.....right when BTCST went tits up. 


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August 30, 2012, 04:28:12 PM
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It's mere speculation, by my guess is it's easily over a thousand dollars. .

Probably closer to a thousand bitcoins.  Some users have 10+ bitcoins or more tied up in the last couple days.  And Im sure there are easily hundreds of users now...

I have over 40 tied up.  This was Pirates last "Fuck you" the to community.

The timing of suddenly inviting everyone and anyone after months of no movement at all was simply too convenient.....right when BTCST went tits up. 



Yeah, I was one of those invited.  And lucky for me there was no documentation on how to get setup on GPUMAX, which then required me to read up on it.  Which lead to me getting very suspicious about the whole situation.

I feel lucky in that I only used it for about three days, then stopped early enough that I got the last of what I was owed from GPUMAX in the last payment wave that was sent out.

But I know not everyone was that lucky...

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August 30, 2012, 04:47:48 PM
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It's mere speculation, by my guess is it's easily over a thousand dollars. .

Probably closer to a thousand bitcoins.  Some users have 10+ bitcoins or more tied up in the last couple days.  And Im sure there are easily hundreds of users now...

I have over 40 tied up.  This was Pirates last "Fuck you" the to community.

The timing of suddenly inviting everyone and anyone after months of no movement at all was simply too convenient.....right when BTCST went tits up. 



Yeah, I was one of those invited.  And lucky for me there was no documentation on how to get setup on GPUMAX, which then required me to read up on it.  Which lead to me getting very suspicious about the whole situation.

I feel lucky in that I only used it for about three days, then stopped early enough that I got the last of what I was owed from GPUMAX in the last payment wave that was sent out.

But I know not everyone was that lucky...
If that's the case, it seems odd to still have the service online and relaying private work. I've been keeping an eye on my private pools, and 100% of my work seems to be getting there...
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August 30, 2012, 05:37:01 PM
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zero payment still.. I'm in an ever increasing group of people who have pulled their hashing power back out.
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August 30, 2012, 05:39:48 PM
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zero payment still.. I'm in an ever increasing group of people who have pulled their hashing power back out.


Atm Im amazed why anyone would leave even a single gpu-core on gpumax. Seriously guys ?

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August 30, 2012, 05:45:50 PM
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It's mere speculation, by my guess is it's easily over a thousand dollars. .

Probably closer to a thousand bitcoins.  Some users have 10+ bitcoins or more tied up in the last couple days.  And Im sure there are easily hundreds of users now...

I have over 40 tied up.  This was Pirates last "Fuck you" the to community.

The timing of suddenly inviting everyone and anyone after months of no movement at all was simply too convenient.....right when BTCST went tits up. 



OTOH, if that was the plan, why didnt they run public work 24/7? Ive only seen short bursts of public work since the last payment.

Dont get me wrong, Ive just pointed my miners away from gpumax as well, but  I would *guess* there is a disagreement between zux0r and pirate? Anyone hear of zux0r lately? Id like to give him the benefit of the doubt, he certainly worked hard enough on gpumax.

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August 30, 2012, 05:55:30 PM
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It's mere speculation, by my guess is it's easily over a thousand dollars. .

Probably closer to a thousand bitcoins.  Some users have 10+ bitcoins or more tied up in the last couple days.  And Im sure there are easily hundreds of users now...

I have over 40 tied up.  This was Pirates last "Fuck you" the to community.

The timing of suddenly inviting everyone and anyone after months of no movement at all was simply too convenient.....right when BTCST went tits up. 



OTOH, if that was the plan, why didnt they run public work 24/7? Ive only seen short bursts of public work since the last payment.

Dont get me wrong, Ive just pointed my miners away from gpumax as well, but  I would *guess* there is a disagreement between zux0r and pirate? Anyone hear of zux0r lately? Id like to give him the benefit of the doubt, he certainly worked hard enough on gpumax.

why would a person pay gpumax for shares when pirate is involved with it?

zux0r is smart to fade away from this debacle. why would he want to be responsible for this
debt? pirate stated gpumax wallet is HIS wallet.

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August 30, 2012, 06:00:33 PM
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why would a person pay gpumax for shares when pirate is involved with it?

zux0r is smart to fade away from this debacle. why would he want to be responsible for this
debt? pirate stated gpumax wallet is HIS wallet.

The idea isn't that someone would pay GPUmax for shares, it's that Pirate would set GPUmax to run public shares pointed to his bitcoind. 100% work and 200%PPS rate, and you could be clearing a few extra thousand clean newly minted coins before everyone starts calling foul about not being payed.
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August 30, 2012, 06:03:37 PM
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why would a person pay gpumax for shares when pirate is involved with it?

zux0r is smart to fade away from this debacle. why would he want to be responsible for this
debt? pirate stated gpumax wallet is HIS wallet.

The idea isn't that someone would pay GPUmax for shares, it's that Pirate would set GPUmax to run public shares pointed to his bitcoind. 100% work and 200%PPS rate, and you could be clearing a few extra thousand clean newly minted coins before everyone starts calling foul about not being payed.

People here would have caught on to that very quickly and pirate would have been known
to be a scammer that much quicker. He was buying time. To do what you suggest would have
been a red flag based on user's past experience of knowing public work was not constant lately.

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August 30, 2012, 06:08:55 PM
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why would a person pay gpumax for shares when pirate is involved with it?

zux0r is smart to fade away from this debacle. why would he want to be responsible for this
debt? pirate stated gpumax wallet is HIS wallet.

The idea isn't that someone would pay GPUmax for shares, it's that Pirate would set GPUmax to run public shares pointed to his bitcoind. 100% work and 200%PPS rate, and you could be clearing a few extra thousand clean newly minted coins before everyone starts calling foul about not being payed.

People here would have caught on to that very quickly and pirate would have been known
to be a scammer that much quicker. He was buying time. To do what you suggest would have
been a red flag based on user's past experience of knowing public work was not constant lately.

Assuming every user of GPUmax reads the forums often. People are still giving him work even though he's defaulted on BTCST and hasn't payed GPUmax in 4 days. Greed is a powerful motivator, I wouldn't be surprised to see people point all their hashing power there even knowing BTCST went tits up and that 100% work is abnormal.
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August 30, 2012, 06:11:35 PM
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why would a person pay gpumax for shares when pirate is involved with it?

zux0r is smart to fade away from this debacle. why would he want to be responsible for this
debt? pirate stated gpumax wallet is HIS wallet.

The idea isn't that someone would pay GPUmax for shares, it's that Pirate would set GPUmax to run public shares pointed to his bitcoind. 100% work and 200%PPS rate, and you could be clearing a few extra thousand clean newly minted coins before everyone starts calling foul about not being payed.

People here would have caught on to that very quickly and pirate would have been known
to be a scammer that much quicker. He was buying time. To do what you suggest would have
been a red flag based on user's past experience of knowing public work was not constant lately.

Assuming every user of GPUmax reads the forums often. People are still giving him work even though he's defaulted on BTCST and hasn't payed GPUmax in 4 days. Greed is a powerful motivator, I wouldn't be surprised to see people point all their hashing power there even knowing BTCST went tits up and that 100% work is abnormal.

well give one of the admin's time. i am sure they will grant this wish of scamming users even more.

the problem is the debt already owed and the money is gone.
in order for zux0r to take over the existing site, as is, he would have to lock out pirate and
payout.. oh what? 1000 btc. 10K USD dollars. Just a guess to make people whole so they
would come back.

otherwise.. might as well just start over if he was the coder. he could recreate it pretty quickly
under a new name.

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August 30, 2012, 06:44:58 PM
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At this point, it would be wise to just move your hashing power away and wait for payment.
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August 30, 2012, 06:55:10 PM
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I wouldn't worry too much. gpumax.com registration expires on September 15, 2012.

Should we be taking bets that the SCAM is right on track ?

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August 30, 2012, 07:56:04 PM
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I wouldn't worry too much. gpumax.com registration expires on September 15, 2012.

Should we be taking bets that the SCAM is right on track ?
Interesting...

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August 30, 2012, 08:28:40 PM
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why would a person pay gpumax for shares when pirate is involved with it?

zux0r is smart to fade away from this debacle. why would he want to be responsible for this
debt? pirate stated gpumax wallet is HIS wallet.

Its easy enough to change wallet addresses. Its entirely plausible zux0r knows nothing about BCST and has done nothing other than work his ass off trying to make gpumax work. If thats the case, he better start talking now, but if he does, Id be willing to give him the benefit of the doubt, as long as pays out daily.


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August 30, 2012, 08:57:53 PM
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Pirate was on IRC just now and has said that payments will be made tomorrow (8/31/12) at noon CST and daily after that.
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August 30, 2012, 09:02:13 PM
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Hey guys, payments will go out at midnight for all the purchases run up till today.  We are trying to get all the purchases out of the system that need to be run.  If you have a purchase pending or paused please contact us at support@gpumax.com so we can investigate it or issue a refund.  Thanks.

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Payments will be made today.

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Hey guys, so let me saying something that I can be completely sure about.  Payments for GPUMAX will go out by tomorrow at 12:00pm (that's noon) Central and going forward will be done daily.

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August 30, 2012, 09:02:46 PM
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Pirate was on IRC just now and has said that payments will be made tomorrow (8/31/12) at noon CST and daily after that.

huh, where have I heard that before......?

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August 31, 2012, 12:16:07 AM
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Is it just me, or has Pirate's grammar taken a dive?
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August 31, 2012, 01:02:29 AM
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Pirate was on IRC just now and has said that payments will be made tomorrow (8/31/12) at noon CST and daily after that.

huh, where have I heard that before......?

Don't know about you but he reminds me of one of the forum users, that's a trait of Andrew ''shakaru'' Nollan scammer.
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