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November 07, 2014, 08:48:46 PM
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Good work on the videos and analysis, I enjoy them!

It seems like Genesis is beating GAW right now in the scrypt payouts. Cool
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November 08, 2014, 06:36:08 AM
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Good work on the videos and analysis, I enjoy them!

It seems like Genesis is beating GAW right now in the scrypt payouts. Cool
I think that if the GAW SHA 256 Hashlet was 10GH/s as well, it would be getting beat also.

Not much in it now and one has a 5GHs advantage.

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November 08, 2014, 07:08:48 AM
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No more video links for two weeks unfortunately.

But I will try and keep this thread here https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=768931.msg9460988#msg9460988
updated with info as much as I can.

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November 08, 2014, 12:54:15 PM
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I got 2 payouts in a 4 hour interval in one day. strange
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November 08, 2014, 02:15:44 PM
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I got 2 payouts in a 4 hour interval in one day. strange
Not really Smiley
GM doesn't have fixed payout times. Sometimes payouts are done in a short time, and sometimes there's quite a long time between them. That's just the way they operate.



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November 09, 2014, 07:02:19 AM
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Account still available, 1.25 BTC for one that is interested PM me

GM account: 31MH/s

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November 09, 2014, 07:20:09 AM
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@Genesis Mining

How do you prevent this?


http://gizmodo.com/a-huge-fire-took-out-a-bitcoin-mining-operation-1655981855/all

Do you have insurance for this case to keep the mining operation going?


greetings dead

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November 09, 2014, 04:38:20 PM
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by not putting their miners into old warehouses and provide sufficient cooling Wink
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November 09, 2014, 11:18:20 PM
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@Genesis Mining

How do you prevent this?


http://gizmodo.com/a-huge-fire-took-out-a-bitcoin-mining-operation-1655981855/all

Do you have insurance for this case to keep the mining operation going?


greetings dead

Judging by the photos/videos I've seen from the Genesis data centers, it seems like they have very professional setups unlike the one that burned down in that article.

I wouldn't worry about it too much.
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November 10, 2014, 01:59:43 AM
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@Genesis Mining

How do you prevent this?


http://gizmodo.com/a-huge-fire-took-out-a-bitcoin-mining-operation-1655981855/all

Do you have insurance for this case to keep the mining operation going?


greetings dead

Judging by the photos/videos I've seen from the Genesis data centers, it seems like they have very professional setups unlike the one that burned down in that article.

I wouldn't worry about it too much.
This data center seems to bin pretty clean also.

CowboyMiner officialese replay:
It was NO overload on any cables or transformers. We Had 200% margins on the cables, No cheap or quick job. No density or heat problems. All sp30 and other miners where running cool and fine. No fire has started by the miners for sure, or any electrical problem in the setup.





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source: http://www.bitcoinupdate.nl/home/brand-bij-cowboyminer-laat-netwerk-hashrate-zakken

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November 10, 2014, 07:54:51 AM
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We are featured in the new ybitcoin magazine!

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November 10, 2014, 01:55:31 PM
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@Genesis Mining

How do you prevent this?


http://gizmodo.com/a-huge-fire-took-out-a-bitcoin-mining-operation-1655981855/all

Do you have insurance for this case to keep the mining operation going?


greetings dead

Judging by the photos/videos I've seen from the Genesis data centers, it seems like they have very professional setups unlike the one that burned down in that article.

I wouldn't worry about it too much.
This data center seems to bin pretty clean also.

CowboyMiner officialese replay:
It was NO overload on any cables or transformers. We Had 200% margins on the cables, No cheap or quick job. No density or heat problems. All sp30 and other miners where running cool and fine. No fire has started by the miners for sure, or any electrical problem in the setup.





untill...


source: http://www.bitcoinupdate.nl/home/brand-bij-cowboyminer-laat-netwerk-hashrate-zakken

I wonder if the soundproofing on the ceiling was flammable. I've bought in the past and the good stuff is expensive.
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November 10, 2014, 03:28:31 PM
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This fire didn't occur when the press stated it occurred: https://ihb.io/2014-11-09/news/official-coindesk-longer-voice-digital-currency-2-13449


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November 10, 2014, 04:00:24 PM
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@Genesis Mining

How do you prevent this?


http://gizmodo.com/a-huge-fire-took-out-a-bitcoin-mining-operation-1655981855/all

Do you have insurance for this case to keep the mining operation going?


greetings dead

Judging by the photos/videos I've seen from the Genesis data centers, it seems like they have very professional setups unlike the one that burned down in that article.

I wouldn't worry about it too much.
This data center seems to bin pretty clean also.

CowboyMiner officialese replay:
It was NO overload on any cables or transformers. We Had 200% margins on the cables, No cheap or quick job. No density or heat problems. All sp30 and other miners where running cool and fine. No fire has started by the miners for sure, or any electrical problem in the setup.





untill...


source: http://www.bitcoinupdate.nl/home/brand-bij-cowboyminer-laat-netwerk-hashrate-zakken

I wonder if the soundproofing on the ceiling was flammable. I've bought in the past and the good stuff is expensive.

Who knows. That looks like an obvious density issue to me, even though they claim it isn't...
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November 10, 2014, 06:45:41 PM
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I started with GM on the 21st of September.
At that time I got 0,00043176 BTC/MHs with skript and 0,017828 BTC/THs on sha256.
Now I got 0,00012975 BTC/MHs with skript and 0,00985978 BTC/THs on sha256.
My earnings droped about 70% with skript and 45% with sha256.  Shocked

Will the payouts improve?  Huh
What do you think?  Huh

I hope that poject X will help.

Kind regards,  Wink
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November 10, 2014, 07:29:36 PM
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I started with GM on the 21st of September.
At that time I got 0,00043176 BTC/MHs with skript and 0,017828 BTC/THs on sha256.
Now I got 0,00012975 BTC/MHs with skript and 0,00985978 BTC/THs on sha256.
My earnings droped about 70% with skript and 45% with sha256.  Shocked

Will the payouts improve?  Huh
What do you think?  Huh

I hope that poject X will help.

Kind regards,  Wink
Zorro

As difficulty rises, your MH/s will be bringing in less and less profit. You also have to factor in that they are mining alts and trading for BTC, so the amount of BTC earned is going to fluctuate depending on the market.

Gotta keep upgrading your hashing power if you wanna keep making money, that's just the name of the game Tongue
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November 10, 2014, 09:41:03 PM
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I started with GM on the 21st of September.
At that time I got 0,00043176 BTC/MHs with skript and 0,017828 BTC/THs on sha256.
Now I got 0,00012975 BTC/MHs with skript and 0,00985978 BTC/THs on sha256.
My earnings droped about 70% with skript and 45% with sha256.  Shocked

Will the payouts improve?  Huh
What do you think?  Huh

I hope that poject X will help.

Kind regards,  Wink
Zorro

As difficulty rises, your MH/s will be bringing in less and less profit. You also have to factor in that they are mining alts and trading for BTC, so the amount of BTC earned is going to fluctuate depending on the market.

Gotta keep upgrading your hashing power if you wanna keep making money, that's just the name of the game Tongue

Not necessarily. I've been using GM for about a month now and here's where I stand...



If my maths are correct I've made back 26.55% of my initial investment in one month(ish). It's noteworthy to say that a good chuck of that
is thanks to BTC inflation, as the price goes up the small amount I made earlier is worth more. Given that, its all time based.
GM could speed up this by mining every coin on the market, which would stabilize the payouts a little bit.

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November 10, 2014, 10:37:07 PM
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I just signed up last night I will post some stats soon Smiley
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November 11, 2014, 02:40:38 PM
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Hello,, can you help me what is DRK(auto), FTC(auto) and RDD(auto) on scrypt hashpower allocation?

so, if i change DRK(auto) from 0 to 100, i will mine DRK only and get paid in BTC??

thanks

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November 11, 2014, 03:00:15 PM
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Hello,, can you help me what is DRK(auto), FTC(auto) and RDD(auto) on scrypt hashpower allocation?

so, if i change DRK(auto) from 0 to 100, i will mine DRK only and get paid in BTC??

thanks

Any "(Auto)" mode means you will be paid out in that currency. From what I understand they use a variety of pools to mine coins then convert the coins to one of those coins. So if I set all my hash power to DRK (Auto), GM would mine away other coins, convert them into Darkcoin and I would be paid out in Darkcoin to my Darkcoin address.

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