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September 01, 2012, 09:08:37 AM
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Got paid in full a few hours ago.

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September 01, 2012, 04:18:33 PM
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Has anyone found a iphone browser that supports gpumax?

Nope. Doesn't work on my iPad either.

I haven't looked for anything in Cydia though.

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September 01, 2012, 06:44:16 PM
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Has anyone found a iphone browser that supports gpumax?

Nope. Doesn't work on my iPad either.

I haven't looked for anything in Cydia though.

Have you tried Atomic Web Browser? (There's a free version available.) You can set the browser type/user-agent that the website detects Atomic as; maybe that will work.

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September 03, 2012, 04:32:51 AM
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Could the reject reason be passed on to the miners through GPUmax?
It would really help me.

EDIT: Hopefully deleting pool will allow it to work how I would like for ease of managing. No reason to get delays passing work through GPUMax. If I doesn't work I may ask something differently.

EDIT2: It appears that even if I delete my private pool I can not avoid sending work to it. This will be a problem for me. I can either mine on GPUMax by switching it on and off. Or I can let my mining software disable it for quite a while because of extra outrageous rejected share rates. Actually not sending me work when there is no public work will work far better. So Instead of saving me time and making me extra money it will cost me time and hopefully make enough extra money. Any way to actually make it work public only in the plans?

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September 04, 2012, 06:01:19 AM
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Alright, so for those of you who have been using gpumax the past couple of days, have you been getting paid?

I'm ready to start using it again if everyone's getting paid nightly.

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September 04, 2012, 06:09:33 AM
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Alright, so for those of you who have been using gpumax the past couple of days, have you been getting paid?

I'm ready to start using it again if everyone's getting paid nightly.
I have, but I've had almost no public work, despite my lowest-priced workers being waaaaaaay below the strike price.
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September 04, 2012, 06:26:41 AM
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Alright, so for those of you who have been using gpumax the past couple of days, have you been getting paid?

I'm ready to start using it again if everyone's getting paid nightly.
I have, but I've had almost no public work, despite my lowest-priced workers being waaaaaaay below the strike price.
I don't think it matters if you set them really low.
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September 04, 2012, 06:29:09 AM
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Alright, so for those of you who have been using gpumax the past couple of days, have you been getting paid?

I'm ready to start using it again if everyone's getting paid nightly.
I have, but I've had almost no public work, despite my lowest-priced workers being waaaaaaay below the strike price.

I wouldn't plan on getting many public shares. No one is going to give Pirate a cent.

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September 04, 2012, 10:08:20 AM
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Alright, so for those of you who have been using gpumax the past couple of days, have you been getting paid?

I'm ready to start using it again if everyone's getting paid nightly.
I have, but I've had almost no public work, despite my lowest-priced workers being waaaaaaay below the strike price.

I wouldn't plan on getting many public shares. No one is going to give Pirate a cent.

Take your uninformed FUD out of here.  GPUMax hasn't failed to pay anyone for their mining resources, hasn't taken payment for leased shares and not leased them, or done anything else you fucking trolls kept trying to accuse them of doing.

You asshats can't even understand the simple fact that GPUMax isn't just pirateat40

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September 04, 2012, 10:28:43 AM
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Alright, so for those of you who have been using gpumax the past couple of days, have you been getting paid?

I'm ready to start using it again if everyone's getting paid nightly.
I have, but I've had almost no public work, despite my lowest-priced workers being waaaaaaay below the strike price.

I wouldn't plan on getting many public shares. No one is going to give Pirate a cent.
Pirate is likely using GPUMAX to launder his own stolen coins.

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September 04, 2012, 10:38:12 AM
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Pirate is likely using GPUMAX to launder his own stolen coins.

Pirate owe's ~500k coins.

With a large chunk of power at his disposal, say maybe 1.5 TH/s, how many blocks / day could he launder? Yeah, maybe 4. That is 200 coins a day. 500,000 / 200 = 2,500 days.

Think again.

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September 04, 2012, 10:39:24 AM
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What if Pirate at 40 did lose some money for the trustees on BTCST. Pirate likely also lost his own funds along with everyone else. Lets say he is an honorable guy. So far I haven't seen anything to prove otherwise. He is short on funds to pay people back. BUT he has this other venture where he gets ~10% of the coins put through it. Now I can't prove it anymore then anyone can prove the other side of it. But he makes money off of GPUMax. He could be trying to use this service to make back the money that was lost by the trust. Now is it possible that pirate is doing that? Sadly if pirate was trying to use this money maker to pay people back and people that like to tarnish ohers reputations force this one out of business it is quite likely that the trolls would actually sucessfully prove themselves correct. Of course I prefer to see the brighter side of things.

I would rather not have someone tell me I can't afford to pay them back money I borrowed then drive me out of my business and my way of making said money to pay them back.


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September 04, 2012, 11:04:29 AM
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Keep the pirateat40 FUD to all the other threads here on the forum. This is about GPUMax.

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September 04, 2012, 11:28:46 AM
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Pirate is likely using GPUMAX to launder his own stolen coins.

Pirate owe's ~500k coins.

With a large chunk of power at his disposal, say maybe 1.5 TH/s, how many blocks / day could he launder? Yeah, maybe 4. That is 200 coins a day. 500,000 / 200 = 2,500 days.

Think again.

1.5TH/s would give 4 blocks a day, you say?
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September 04, 2012, 11:36:59 AM
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Pirate is likely using GPUMAX to launder his own stolen coins.

Pirate owe's ~500k coins.

With a large chunk of power at his disposal, say maybe 1.5 TH/s, how many blocks / day could he launder? Yeah, maybe 4. That is 200 coins a day. 500,000 / 200 = 2,500 days.

Think again.
1.5 TH/s is over 618 coins a day.  Still a very long time, but he wouldn't need to launder all his coins immediately, perhaps only a small portion he wants to cash out to USD.

What if Pirate at 40 did lose some money for the trustees on BTCST. Pirate likely also lost his own funds along with everyone else. Lets say he is an honorable guy. So far I haven't seen anything to prove otherwise. He is short on funds to pay people back. BUT he has this other venture where he gets ~10% of the coins put through it. Now I can't prove it anymore then anyone can prove the other side of it. But he makes money off of GPUMax. He could be trying to use this service to make back the money that was lost by the trust. Now is it possible that pirate is doing that? Sadly if pirate was trying to use this money maker to pay people back and people that like to tarnish ohers reputations force this one out of business it is quite likely that the trolls would actually sucessfully prove themselves correct. Of course I prefer to see the brighter side of things.

I would rather not have someone tell me I can't afford to pay them back money I borrowed then drive me out of my business and my way of making said money to pay them back.


Let's use the 1.5 Th/s figure mentioned above.  10% of this would be 61.8 coins/day.  It would take an extremely long time to pay what he owes using GPUMAX.  Maybe you are right though, given his current rate of repayment... Wink

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September 04, 2012, 11:38:09 AM
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OH, you caught my bad guesstimated math...

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You get my points. GPUMax, let alone the ENTIRE bitcoin network doesn't produce enough clean coins a day to make this anywhere near feasible.

500,000 / 7,200 =  69.44 Days

I don't know about you, but I haven't been getting nearly that much public work.

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September 04, 2012, 11:41:29 AM
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Lets say he is an honorable guy. So far I haven't seen anything to prove otherwise. He is short on funds to pay people back. BUT he has this other venture where ...
Your hypotheticals are impossible. When honorable people run short of money to pay their investment obligations, they don't keep making 100% payments with exorbitant interest to whoever is lucky enough to ask first and then one day 100% stop making any payments at all without making any disclosure of what assets and obligations remain.

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September 04, 2012, 12:30:59 PM
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Lets say he is an honorable guy. So far I haven't seen anything to prove otherwise. He is short on funds to pay people back. BUT he has this other venture where ...
Your hypotheticals are impossible. When honorable people run short of money to pay their investment obligations, they don't keep making 100% payments with exorbitant interest to whoever is lucky enough to ask first and then one day 100% stop making any payments at all without making any disclosure of what assets and obligations remain.


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September 04, 2012, 02:25:30 PM
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Yeah, the bottom line as far as I'm concerned is pirateat40 screwed people over royally with BS&T.  Which gives him a very bad reputation.

pirateat40, is involved with GPUMAX.

Therefore, GPUMAX has a bad reputation.  Im sure there are other trustworthy people involved with GPUMAX, but they partnered up with someone who's not.  Now they've got to lie in the bed they've made.

If pirateat40 can't be trusted, there is really no sane way to say that GPUMAX can be trusted.  At least until we know for sure that pirateat40 is no longer involved with GPUMAX, which will likely never happen...

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September 04, 2012, 02:51:13 PM
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pirateat40, is involved with GPUMAX.

Therefore, GPUMAX has a bad reputation.  Im sure there are other trustworthy people involved with GPUMAX, but they partnered up with someone who's not.  Now they've got to lie in the bed they've made.

If pirateat40 can't be trusted, there is really no sane way to say that GPUMAX can be trusted.

If you follow through on that logic, there is a whole bunch of people on this forum you can no longer trust.

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