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November 13, 2015, 05:18:14 PM
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I have tracked the payouts of my X11 contracts so far.

X11 payout = payout in BTC (auto) times the Bitstamp rate at the end of the date.
ROI Ferix / Graviton = these is the amount I would have paid for each contract per day, so as long as I am above these lines I will make a profit.

Right now:

+16.8% for Ferix
+29.1% for Graviton!
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November 13, 2015, 05:49:35 PM
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Couldn't ROI on scrypt..nor SHA256. i'm skeptical about these x11 as well but to everyone that invested, i wish you the best!
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November 13, 2015, 09:54:32 PM
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Here is a video showing one of our most recent X11 build outs.

Click https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RqEgF7NCJ-0.


Awesome timelapse video! By the way, may I know the name of the GPUs shown in the video (you can PM me if it's confidential) because I want to buy 2 of them for self-mining Smiley

Anyways I think x11 mining is becoming more stable than one-year SHA-256 mining Wink

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November 14, 2015, 07:50:29 AM
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Tell me something, how is it we can auto exchange btc to ppc (peercoin)  only on x11? Why cant we do it on sha256 too? Also might as well add all the alt coins you offer on x11 to sha256 contracts.

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November 14, 2015, 12:53:41 PM
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Here is a video showing one of our most recent X11 build outs.

Click https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RqEgF7NCJ-0.


Awesome timelapse video! By the way, may I know the name of the GPUs shown in the video (you can PM me if it's confidential) because I want to buy 2 of them for self-mining Smiley

Anyways I think x11 mining is becoming more stable than one-year SHA-256 mining Wink

Hello notaek,

Sure, the cards for the build out you see on the video are AMD Radeon R9 270x vapor.

Hope this helps!

Happy mining!

Your Genesis Mining Team

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November 14, 2015, 01:14:02 PM
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Tell me something, how is it we can auto exchange btc to ppc (peercoin)  only on x11? Why cant we do it on sha256 too? Also might as well add all the alt coins you offer on x11 to sha256 contracts.

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Hello Icon,

We are constantly adding more coins and will also add more coins to the sha mining allocation page.

The reason why Peercoin is not on on Auto for sha, but on x11, is because it has direct sha POW components, but is not mineable directly with x11.

Hope this helps!

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November 14, 2015, 10:22:56 PM
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Hello Genesis Mining Team!

What is the best discount that I can get for 5000$? What is the promo code with the biggest discount? I know that there are multiple promo codes circulating through the net.  I would like to invest more  Grin
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November 15, 2015, 06:01:00 PM
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Can you please elaborate the fact with reference to the context given in this thread?

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genesis-mining.com    1+2+7              => 3/7 = Probably legit.

I think you should look upon these points in order to attain full legitimacy! It's true that you dint provide a public mining address, nor gave you clients access to the user selective pool.

Apart from x11 mining, I would like to know the ASIC vendor you're keeping in touch in order to mine SHA-256 coins?

Also you must launch a policy where your clients can terminate a contract anytime, based on their own interests. Hashnest is probably doing that.

These are the points you need to rectify so that your clients don't frown upon you later!

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November 15, 2015, 06:47:46 PM
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No body reached ROI with anything they offer. How could you love it ?

Actually I made ROI with them, the 10GH/s contract I purchased in September last year and featured in my videos made ROI in May 2015.

So if anyone else purchased SHA 256 at the same time last year then they would have done also. Infact those who purchased larger amounts would have paid less per GH/s than I would have done so could have made ROI even before May. Of course if they purchased more contracts later on, in October, November or December then of course things get more of a problem.

So it was possible to get ROI and my contract was proof of that.

Of course you will not believe me but that really is up to you.







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November 15, 2015, 07:01:42 PM
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Can you please elaborate the fact with reference to the context given in this thread?

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genesis-mining.com    1+2+7              => 3/7 = Probably legit.

I think you should look upon these points in order to attain full legitimacy! It's true that you dint provide a public mining address, nor gave you clients access to the user selective pool.

Apart from x11 mining, I would like to know the ASIC vendor you're keeping in touch in order to mine SHA-256 coins?

Also you must launch a policy where your clients can terminate a contract anytime, based on their own interests. Hashnest is probably doing that.

These are the points you need to rectify so that your clients don't frown upon you later!

The post you mention by puppet has not even been updated by him for ages and so it is not even up to date anymore.

Just reading some of your posts and I do wonder why you did not even spend a few minutes in google doing research or even just look through the post here as all the things you ask about have already been answered in this thread in one way or another.

It's true that you dint provide a public mining address, 

Just look through older posts here....All posts about mining addresses have been answered already in the past. There is a reason why GM will not do this and so whether people like that or not, you just have to respect it and if you do not like that, then do not buy a contract with GM. It is quite simple, like in real life, if you like a PC buy a PC, if you like Apple, buy an Apple.

nor gave you clients access to the user selective pool.

Not sure what the issue is about GM not allowing users to select other pool. I have had contracts with other cloud mining providers, I have not even had one account anywhere where you could select your own mining pool. Even hashnet do not allow users to select another pool. GAW miners pretended to let users select different pools but all they were doing was to just take the daily payout info from the actual mining pools and pay those users that amount of Bitcoin per day.

Apart from x11 mining, I would like to know the ASIC vendor you're keeping in touch in order to mine SHA-256 coins?

Do you do any research at all? GM and Spondoolies partnered together to do cloud mining contracts  and in the videos that GM post on their websites you see pallets full of Spondoolies miners being unboxed, and on the GM website, even the CEO of Spondoolies has posted about GM. 
Here for example, about GM and Spondoolies http://www.coindesk.com/spondoolies-tech-genesis-team-new-cloud-mining-service/


Also you must launch a policy where your clients can terminate a contract anytime, based on their own interests. Hashnest is probably doing that.
Actually no, you cant cancel a contract with Hashnest and Hashnest give you 10 days of zero payouts before contracts are terminated where as GM gives users 20 days.

Hashnest do allow you to buy and sell hashpower but they are then not following financial regulations in letting users do that. GM do follow regulations and do not want to get into trouble so this is why they do not allow a marketplace, again already mentioned in this very long thread so take the time to go and find that info.

Again why not just buy a contract with Hashnest. You have a choice...nobody is forcing you to purchase a GM contract so GM do not have to do anything that you want them to do, if you are not happy just go somewhere else...it is very simple.

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November 16, 2015, 12:09:05 AM
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No body reached ROI with anything they offer. How could you love it ?

Actually I made ROI with them, the 10GH/s contract I purchased in September last year and featured in my videos made ROI in May 2015.

So if anyone else purchased SHA 256 at the same time last year then they would have done also. Infact those who purchased larger amounts would have paid less per GH/s than I would have done so could have made ROI even before May. Of course if they purchased more contracts later on, in October, November or December then of course things get more of a problem.

So it was possible to get ROI and my contract was proof of that.

Of course you will not believe me but that really is up to you.


Thanks for the information!
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November 16, 2015, 06:58:26 AM
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No body reached ROI with anything they offer. How could you love it ?

Actually I made ROI with them, the 10GH/s contract I purchased in September last year and featured in my videos made ROI in May 2015.

So if anyone else purchased SHA 256 at the same time last year then they would have done also. Infact those who purchased larger amounts would have paid less per GH/s than I would have done so could have made ROI even before May. Of course if they purchased more contracts later on, in October, November or December then of course things get more of a problem.

So it was possible to get ROI and my contract was proof of that.

Of course you will not believe me but that really is up to you.


Thanks for the information!

So I am not saying that everyone with old contract did make ROI, just that those that purchased contracts in September 2014 and only September 2014 might have done.
October 2014 also I think there was a possibility...

I think those that purchased in November and December certainly would not have done.

But if you were someone that purchased multiple times then of course getting ROI was even harder, but as myself and others have already written, GM followed their 20 day no payout ruling exactly as the contract and it is not really GMs fault that the price of BTC then rose a week or two later after the 20 days was finished. Who could have predicted that?

People do say that when dealing with Crypto it is risky and can be like gambling so you have to be aware of that.

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November 16, 2015, 10:50:55 PM
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Estimated Next Difficulty: 72,025,533,033 (+9.38%) ==> I told you. And it will be worse and worse.

How long will it take to make an ROI with the next difficulty?
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November 17, 2015, 09:28:46 AM
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Just bought 150 Gh/s lifetime (sha256), hope for ROI but i just mostly do this for fun instead of buying fallout 4.
dont care if it take 1-3 years Smiley.
why is it better to buy:
X11 1 Mh/s for 24 USD 1 year, then sha256 50 Gh/s for 22,49 USD Lifetime?
sha256 still higher hash-rate?

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November 18, 2015, 03:52:55 PM
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Just bought 150 Gh/s lifetime (sha256), hope for ROI but i just mostly do this for fun instead of buying fallout 4.
dont care if it take 1-3 years Smiley.
why is it better to buy:
X11 1 Mh/s for 24 USD 1 year, then sha256 50 Gh/s for 22,49 USD Lifetime?
sha256 still higher hash-rate?

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I did the same.  Can someone post a link to how maintenance works.  I'm looking at the numbers that my hash is making and wondering why they are so low but I have not been able to find the cost to run the hash to calc it all out.

Seems low at this time but I'm likely just not doing all the math.

Thanks in advance.

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Estimated Next Difficulty: 72,025,533,033 (+9.38%) ==> I told you. And it will be worse and worse.

How long will it take to make an ROI with the next difficulty?


ahah. I love when someone is quoting my deleted post. Looks like GM doesn't want to talk about the difficulty rising. Wonder why they do it before you buy anthing from them.

Just bought 150 Gh/s lifetime (sha256), hope for ROI but i just mostly do this for fun instead of buying fallout 4.
dont care if it take 1-3 years Smiley.
why is it better to buy:
X11 1 Mh/s for 24 USD 1 year, then sha256 50 Gh/s for 22,49 USD Lifetime?
sha256 still higher hash-rate?

 Wink
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I did the same.  Can someone post a link to how maintenance works.  I'm looking at the numbers that my hash is making and wondering why they are so low but I have not been able to find the cost to run the hash to calc it all out.

Seems low at this time but I'm likely just not doing all the math.

Thanks in advance.


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Your payouts are low because GM is taking high fees and making money with the miners you paid for.

You can do some math here : http://www.coinwarz.com/calculators/bitcoin-mining-calculator

In my opinion you can say goodbye to your money. With difficulty rising (next difficulty +8-9%) and halving next year you will never ROI.

https://bitcoinwisdom.com/bitcoin/calculator

I use this as at least it helps account for the difficulty increases.  I calc at 10% and 5% which is a little bit more likely an average based on the last year (1.96% actual).  I look at it 2 ways.  If I want my BTC back then it could take a little while.  but don't forget these SHA purchases are FOREVER.  and if the difficulty drops (which it could once the warm season come back) then we could make some real BTC.  I also run my miners on free hydro and I have been putting the BTC back into GM to hopefully get a snowball going.  I have no plans to purchase any more physical hardware but this is an alternative.

I think the real problem is that people now have tons of high capacity miners and some even turned them off due to the low price of BTC and cost to run them.  I think people are waking up those machines again as the price of BTC increases.

Back to my question though.  How do I figure out the maint cost on my purchases.  Yes if GM can do it cheaper then great

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November 19, 2015, 07:50:12 AM
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i have a 1TH/s contract with them. According to bitcoinwisdom this hash power sud bring 0.007637 BTC/Day. Payment is just smth around 0.004/Day
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November 19, 2015, 07:51:44 AM
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Is it profitable to invest in this?
Let's say I invest 1 btc. How much would I get back per month approx?

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Is it profitable to invest in this?
Let's say I invest 1 btc. How much would I get back per month approx?

the answer is just one post above....
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