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December 02, 2014, 01:34:22 PM
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Day 78 comparison.

http://youtu.be/CYOB4P3DnCs

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December 02, 2014, 02:40:16 PM
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That is basically it... Smiley

You never know, they might do something like graphs and all that other display stuff someday.
Probably way too complicated. There's a load of coins to track then, thousands and thousands of customers with different settings, and on top of that there's a bunch of auto/most profitable coins which have no known value until they are exchanged for the coin of choice for individuals again.
If you want to know how many coins you made, check your wallet once a day.

For Auto and exchanged coins, yes, stats for that might be a bit more involved (and actually wouldn't have to be implemented).  For the rest, I don't see your point.  That's what mining pools do -- they have multiple customers, each with different settings, and many with multiple coins.  It's not rocket science, it's just getting it done.

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I'm okay with that actually. I rather see truth once in a while then fake counter with bogus numbers all the time  Tongue

With no stats, you're not seeing anything, you're just waiting and hoping to see what Santa Claus dumps in your stocking.

If you think that miningpool.co uses fake counters and bogus numbers, I have to tell you, nothing could be further from the truth.  I and other miners there check the stats multiple times a day.  The network hash rate figures, difficulty, etc. match up exactly with what's available publicly everywhere else.  My own hash rates on my mining rigs match on their site exactly with what I'm seeing in MultiMiner on my PC.  Did you by some chance once happen to use a mining pool that had "fake counters and bogus numbers"?  If so, I'd be very surprised if they were still in business today...
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December 02, 2014, 03:56:10 PM
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Yup, I'm waiting (not hoping) to see what's in my stocking. Santa drops off a load every day so I don't need to able to see every second of the day what the score is so far.

The bogus counters refers to cloud mining sites that have these neat little counters based on nothing other then a simple script that updates the display every.. second or whatever. I'm not even against the whole idea, but I like actual numbers every once in a while.

On mining pools I want details all the time as I control the settings. For cloud mining I want a good and reliable return.
Having said that, I haven't checked my miner aimed at miningpool.co for days. Just the coins popping up in my wallet. Santa is busy

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December 02, 2014, 09:43:09 PM
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Day 79 Payout Comparison Video
http://youtu.be/zVDRNs2QChc

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December 03, 2014, 02:25:58 AM
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Yup, I'm waiting (not hoping) to see what's in my stocking. Santa drops off a load every day so I don't need to able to see every second of the day what the score is so far.

The bogus counters refers to cloud mining sites that have these neat little counters based on nothing other then a simple script that updates the display every.. second or whatever. I'm not even against the whole idea, but I like actual numbers every once in a while.

Ah, I've never seen those, GM is the first cloud mining site I've used.  No, I'm not interested in fancy but bogus numbers either.

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On mining pools I want details all the time as I control the settings. For cloud mining I want a good and reliable return.
Having said that, I haven't checked my miner aimed at miningpool.co for days. Just the coins popping up in my wallet. Santa is busy

I guess I've got to get used to the GM way of doing things -- just wait for coins -- versus seeing everything that's going on at the hash level, current account balance, pending, etc. of whatever coin I'm used to seeing with mining on miningpool.co using my own gear.

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December 03, 2014, 07:05:53 AM
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Nice to see that someone is in the Xmas spirit already..hahaha...Mike! lol

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December 03, 2014, 08:32:43 AM
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Just a heads up, this morning I noticed an issue with my interface.

I saw this message come up on the transactions page.

Thank you for your order! We wish to point out that your credit card order is still under review and all your payouts (for contracts payed with credit card) will be held for 30 days. You can still use the mining allocation and allocate your coins and review your payouts. After the probation period of 30 days ends, you will receive your payouts at once! Happy Mining!

Support has told me it is just a glitch at the moment.

They are probably working on the interface so perhaps Credit Cards might be available soon now.. Who knows, but seems interesting anyway.

But if any one else sees that message, then just ignore it for now.

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December 03, 2014, 09:21:44 AM
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Just a heads up, this morning I noticed an issue with my interface.

I saw this message come up on the transactions page.

Thank you for your order! We wish to point out that your credit card order is still under review and all your payouts (for contracts payed with credit card) will be held for 30 days. You can still use the mining allocation and allocate your coins and review your payouts. After the probation period of 30 days ends, you will receive your payouts at once! Happy Mining!

Support has told me it is just a glitch at the moment.

They are probably working on the interface so perhaps Credit Cards might be available soon now.. Who knows, but seems interesting anyway.

But if any one else sees that message, then just ignore it for now.

Ian

Yeah I noticed it as well, I was very confused for a few minutes  Huh hahah
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December 03, 2014, 09:40:08 AM
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Just a heads up, this morning I noticed an issue with my interface.

I saw this message come up on the transactions page.

Thank you for your order! We wish to point out that your credit card order is still under review and all your payouts (for contracts payed with credit card) will be held for 30 days. You can still use the mining allocation and allocate your coins and review your payouts. After the probation period of 30 days ends, you will receive your payouts at once! Happy Mining!

Support has told me it is just a glitch at the moment.

They are probably working on the interface so perhaps Credit Cards might be available soon now.. Who knows, but seems interesting anyway.

But if any one else sees that message, then just ignore it for now.

Ian

Yeah I noticed it as well, I was very confused for a few minutes  Huh hahah

Yes, can imagine.

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December 03, 2014, 10:52:45 AM
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Just a heads up, this morning I noticed an issue with my interface.

I saw this message come up on the transactions page.

Thank you for your order! We wish to point out that your credit card order is still under review and all your payouts (for contracts payed with credit card) will be held for 30 days. You can still use the mining allocation and allocate your coins and review your payouts. After the probation period of 30 days ends, you will receive your payouts at once! Happy Mining!

Support has told me it is just a glitch at the moment.

They are probably working on the interface so perhaps Credit Cards might be available soon now.. Who knows, but seems interesting anyway.

But if any one else sees that message, then just ignore it for now.

Ian

Looks like it has gone for now, the message that is...

Will keep an eye out, perhaps something is going to be added soon.

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December 03, 2014, 12:37:51 PM
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Credit Card Payouts are here Smiley

http://youtu.be/5ewLUlV-3SM

Edit: I will update this video soon as I have been told that there are changes being made which will make this video have innacuracies so I will post once done.

One update is that in the video, there was a transfer fee of 10 USD but that has now been changed to 5 USD for orders between 50 USD and 100 USD. Any credit card purchases over 100 USD and 500 USD and under do not have this charge.

There is a limit on what you can purchase though. You can only purchase hashpower that is between 50 USD and 500 USD and a monthly limit of 3000 USD.
I know the 50 USD minimum is not so good for those of you that might have wanted to purchase a smaller amount... Anyway, just letting you know what I have discovered.

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December 04, 2014, 09:07:11 PM
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Hello Miners,

I just stumbled upon some pictures of how we built a mining farm in Iceland. I thought you might be interested, even though they are not new.

In case you don´t recognize that guy: it´s Stefan :-)
I love how he´s peeping from behind the rack!

Cheers, Mia








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December 04, 2014, 10:24:15 PM
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Great Pictures!

I notes the Miners are really close on each other, no problem whit cooling? or is opening the door more than enough cool air  Wink
Is there a Halon system in case of problems?

Hope we see more of this pictures soon  Smiley


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December 05, 2014, 05:46:33 AM
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Ooo I have a little bit of power in one of those Asics somewhere Smiley

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December 05, 2014, 05:52:19 AM
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I wonder if I could get to visit that mining operation.

Guess it´s at the former NATO base, a 30 minutes or
so drive for me.

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December 05, 2014, 06:21:16 AM
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I wonder if I could get to visit that mining operation.

Guess it´s at the former NATO base, a 30 minutes or
so drive for me.

Why not ask them, if you live in Iceland etc, I would Smiley

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December 05, 2014, 06:25:14 AM
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Maybe I will.

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December 05, 2014, 11:26:43 AM
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Wow. Nice pictures!
Are these scrypt or sha miners?
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December 05, 2014, 11:34:40 AM
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Not Genesis, but an office view from another mining firm at the
former base


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December 05, 2014, 03:10:44 PM
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Are those cubes HashStakers Cheesy

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