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September 10, 2012, 03:42:35 AM
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WTF I just got an invite I don't even remember signing up because I don't know how I'd lease out my hashing.

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September 10, 2012, 03:46:35 AM
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I also got my invite today... looks like somebody needs more power Smiley
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September 10, 2012, 05:15:21 AM
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 Got a bunch of invites. Useless now anyway.  Grin

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September 10, 2012, 07:12:13 AM
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It is possible since you have to sign up to rent hashing power they hope people will want to try it. Novelty factor or whatever. I know no one wants to hear this but it is possible this is actually intended to be a business. Anyone who gambles by buying shares pays the house. Everyone who mines for the house gets paid. People aside from pirate have paid and sure it seems to be around  bitminter races. Whoever got the most shares or found the most blocks got a prize. Two prizes last weekend. Before it got too long in the que several people on the thread used it.  I only know that because they complained the delays cost them money. Even some new users last week.

With the no to low delays I am actually suprized more people aren't trying to gamble on prop.

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September 10, 2012, 07:13:40 AM
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what is the reason to use gpumax?
You pay 0.5833 BTC for some shares and got 0.365 BTC on the pool?!
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September 10, 2012, 07:18:53 AM
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It depends on the pool, scoring system for payment and if you want to have a crap load of hashing power put in short term.

People can backstop mining contracts with it as well but it will cost them. Still you can put in an order fast and if you are down for a while it could cost you more for non delivery clauses.

On PPS there isn't a great reason, as far as gambling you could make more occasionally with proportional, one person said they did better with DGM (Purely Luck), I would guess that PPLNS could be done with luck too.

Some pool ops have used it or pool members used it to test pool hardware for maximum throughput. It is easier to get a purchase on GPUmax then it is to attract enough people to get the hashrate as high for a test.

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September 10, 2012, 07:28:14 AM
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It is possible since you have to sign up to rent hashing power they hope people will want to try it. Novelty factor or whatever. I know no one wants to hear this but it is possible this is actually intended to be a business. Anyone who gambles by buying shares pays the house. Everyone who mines for the house gets paid. People aside from pirate have paid and sure it seems to be around  bitminter races. Whoever got the most shares or found the most blocks got a prize. Two prizes last weekend. Before it got too long in the que several people on the thread used it.  I only know that because they complained the delays cost them money. Even some new users last week.

With the no to low delays I am actually suprized more people aren't trying to gamble on prop.

Where is the owner to talk about this stuff? Nowhere.
Why isn't this locked up and labelled scammer?

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September 10, 2012, 08:12:07 AM
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Labeled already. Roll Eyes

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September 10, 2012, 11:25:03 AM
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With NEW INVITES going out, can anyone comment on the level of Admin/OP communication/interaction/support in the #GPUMAX IRC channel ?

I don't think that Zach/zux0r had an active account here on the forum and obviously Trendon/pirateat40 hasn't posted about the subject in quite some time.

I tried to keep up to date myself in the past, but it seems now, or at least as of late, I am no longer welcome in any pirateat40-related IRC channels.

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September 10, 2012, 12:47:21 PM
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With NEW INVITES going out, can anyone comment on the level of Admin/OP communication/interaction/support in the #GPUMAX IRC channel ?

I don't think that Zach/zux0r had an active account here on the forum and obviously Trendon/pirateat40 hasn't posted about the subject in quite some time.

I tried to keep up to date myself in the past, but it seems now, or at least as of late, I am no longer welcome in any pirateat40-related IRC channels.

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Hi Bitlane,

zux0r is in the #gpumax channel everyday and handles all of the support requests along with coding of the site. Purchases were running yesterday and the system is healthy.

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September 10, 2012, 01:01:37 PM
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With NEW INVITES going out, can anyone comment on the level of Admin/OP communication/interaction/support in the #GPUMAX IRC channel ?

I don't think that Zach/zux0r had an active account here on the forum and obviously Trendon/pirateat40 hasn't posted about the subject in quite some time.

I tried to keep up to date myself in the past, but it seems now, or at least as of late, I am no longer welcome in any pirateat40-related IRC channels.

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Hi Bitlane,

zux0r is in the #gpumax channel everyday and handles all of the support requests along with coding of the site. Purchases were running yesterday and the system is healthy.

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What does he say?Who is the boss, what happened to pirate? At this point it was presented as Pirate`s platform...

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September 10, 2012, 01:38:11 PM
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With NEW INVITES going out, can anyone comment on the level of Admin/OP communication/interaction/support in the #GPUMAX IRC channel ?

I don't think that Zach/zux0r had an active account here on the forum and obviously Trendon/pirateat40 hasn't posted about the subject in quite some time.

I tried to keep up to date myself in the past, but it seems now, or at least as of late, I am no longer welcome in any pirateat40-related IRC channels.

Cheers,
bitlane

Hi Bitlane,

zux0r is in the #gpumax channel everyday and handles all of the support requests along with coding of the site. Purchases were running yesterday and the system is healthy.

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What does he say?Who is the boss, what happened to pirate? At this point it was presented as Pirate`s platform...

Thanks giga.

Alex, it has always been represented as a 'Partner Project' with pirate being 1 of the managing/founding members.
As I never really used IRC for support or info, I never became too familiar with zux0r (Zach) and pirate/Trendon maintained the 'forum-public-face' role around here.

I guess, like everyone else, I am simply probing around to see where in the world Carmen Sandiego Pirate/Trendon is and if he still maintains a presence in the channel, during his 'step-back' from the public spotlight with all of the BTCST '(lack-of)happenings' as of late.

This situation still confuses me, yet continues to amaze me, by making less and less sense on a daily basis, especially since NEW INVITES keep arriving for new GPUMAX signups.
Oh well...back to my magic 8-ball for the time being  Roll Eyes

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September 10, 2012, 02:23:55 PM
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GPUMAX is still in beta, and previously they would issue new invites as improvements were made to the site.  And there would be an admin on the board to help with questions, and make announcements, etc.

Now it just seems like they are trying to get as many people to sign up as possible all at once...

And I haven't seen any improvements to the site in quite a while.  And there's plenty of places where they could still be improving.

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September 10, 2012, 02:45:46 PM
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GPUMAX is still in beta, and previously they would issue new invites as improvements were made to the site.  And there would be an admin on the board to help with questions, and make announcements, etc.

Now it just seems like they are trying to get as many people to sign up as possible all at once...

And I haven't seen any improvements to the site in quite a while.  And there's plenty of places where they could still be improving.

Well, in their defense ( I can't believe I am posting this) alot of the improvements happen behind the GUI, where we can't see. They are always trying to improve load balancing, share fetching etc.... and they seem to keep moving forward. It's just to bad that the Public Relations situation is killing the Technology side of things.

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September 10, 2012, 02:50:36 PM
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GPUMAX is still in beta, and previously they would issue new invites as improvements were made to the site.  And there would be an admin on the board to help with questions, and make announcements, etc.

Now it just seems like they are trying to get as many people to sign up as possible all at once...

And I haven't seen any improvements to the site in quite a while.  And there's plenty of places where they could still be improving.

Well, in their defense ( I can't believe I am posting this) alot of the improvements happen behind the GUI, where we can't see. They are always trying to improve load balancing, share fetching etc.... and they seem to keep moving forward. It's just to bad that the Public Relations situation is killing the Technology side of things.

As mentioned above, maybe they just finally consider their product stable enough to increase invites now. This was meant to be a business in the long run to begin with. While there are some doubts to the long term potential or the possible illegal/immoral/otherwise bad uses, it's out there to be used all the same. More people means bigger business. In theory, new invites means lower PPS prices and more people buying shares at the lower price.
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September 10, 2012, 03:26:53 PM
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Esp since Pirate always stated gpumax/btcs&t payments all came from the same wallet, I'm amazing GPUmax still exists and people still using it, given the present state of default on btcs&t.

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September 10, 2012, 04:50:38 PM
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Esp since Pirate always stated gpumax/btcs&t payments all came from the same wallet, I'm amazing GPUmax still exists and people still using it, given the present state of default on btcs&t.

Don't worry about them. They are all COOL because they are only risking a few Bitcoins  Roll Eyes
....a few Bitcoins times how many users ?....another good haul by Trendon Shavers in the end.

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September 10, 2012, 05:00:58 PM
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....a few Bitcoins times how many users ?....another good haul by Trendon Shavers in the end.

No kidding, not to mention all the users that just got invited...

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September 10, 2012, 08:12:35 PM
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Well, in their defense ( I can't believe I am posting this) alot of the improvements happen behind the GUI, where we can't see. They are always trying to improve load balancing, share fetching etc.... and they seem to keep moving forward. It's just to bad that the Public Relations situation is killing the Technology side of things.

I don't know what you've eaten today, but it's the second post where I see you "defend" pirate and trying to put yourself in his perspective.

You evolved a lot since your crisis for the no-withdraw after 3 hours.  Grin

Unfortunately it depends on the time of day that I take my medication Wink
Seriously though, GPUMAX.....what could have been.....fuck me.

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September 10, 2012, 08:24:51 PM
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Sign up with assholes like pirateat40? Are you mad?
Did you guys forget that he is a scammer and a lying sack of shit who just stole huge pile of BTC? Really? That fast? LOL!


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