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February 09, 2016, 09:02:48 AM
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Please tone down the language in your post or it could be deleted.
Of course you are free to be unhappy but you can post it in a way that does not contain bad language.




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wow i didn't know you were active on this forum.  Tongue

my apologies for using bad language but none of it was intentionally directed at hurting your sentiments. just venting my frustrations with what used to be a good service provider. my bad totally!

but you should understand that there are many small investors like me who are going through the same ordeal. ultimately it's all about the money. and where money is involved believe me and i guess you guys are quite experienced too, things do turn unsavory very fast.

Again I'm terribly sorry for my post's language. but I still believe your time is better utilized trying to figure out a way to improve the investor's RoI than getting into petty verbal arguments with non-factors like me.
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February 09, 2016, 09:29:52 AM
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@ Manutdfan

Please tone down the language in your post or it could be deleted.
Of course you are free to be unhappy but you can post it in a way that does not contain bad language.




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wow i didn't you were active on this forum.  Tongue

my apologies for using bad language but none of it was intentionally directed at hurting your sentiments. just venting my frustrations with what used to be a good service provider. my bad totally!

but you should understand that there are many small investors like me who are going through the same ordeal. ultimately it's all about the money. and where money is involved believe me and i guess you guys are quite experienced too, things do turn unsavory very fast.

Again I'm terribly sorry for my post's language. but I still believe your time is better utilized trying to figure out a way to improve the investor's RoI than getting into petty verbal arguments with non-factors like me.


We gave you time to edit your post and you did not so it has been removed. The language in it in places was not good and considering that younger members of these forums can come here, we thought your language was unnaceptable. You can post what you did before again but without the swear words.

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Hashnest is also having the same problems and this is due to the ever increasing difficulty changes brought to us by the manufacturers themselves. You can hardly sell those hashes in hashnest due to very low demand hence at a price just 2% of what it was pre-S7 period.

Correct @bitcoinboy

I have had contracts on Hashnest for a while, bought Umisoo (gone), then S2, (gone) S3 (gone), S4 (going) and S5 and S7 contracts. S5 will be next to get the chop, could be within the month if Bitcoin difficulty keeps rising as it does and the S4 Marketplace has already been closed.

@manutdfan  I disagree really with a lot of what you are writing about especially Hashnest. If I had sold my contracts when difficulty had reached 70% I still would have made a loss, infact as Bitcoinboy points out, the pricing of their hashpower on the marketplace goes down constantly so as soon as you purchase any hashpower and then you want to sell it again, you will find that you have to sell it for less than you paid in the first place. The only time I have seen people make money are people that pre ordered S7s before they were available on the market place and due to the demand of people wanting S7 hashpower when it was available they were able to sell that with a profit.

Also on paper it does look good that Hashnest offers you the chance to buy the hardware that you mine but in reality it is a little different.

For example, one user had 1.8TH of hashpower and then saw that the marketplace was closed so he could not sell it anymore. If he had tried to, he would not have got much for it anyway. He was upset because he had to have 2000GH/s for Bitmain to give him an S4 machine.

But what if he had 2TH/s, well Bitmain will charge you to sending it to you, then you might have to buy your own PSU with it. Make sure it is a good one, thats another good chunk taken from your wallet.  

Then you will wait weeks for it to arrive and then when it does, it will be 2nd hand, been running for months and months so there is no guarantee that it will even last a few months.  Then you will be no doubt stunned by the noise it makes, the heat it generates and then you will then realise that your electricity bill each month is pretty high.

S4 is quite old tech now compared to an S7 for example and then you will start to wonder why you actually took the trouble to actually spend all that extra money in getting it sent to you as you will be spending far more money on it each month than the Bitcoin you could ever mine. I mean think about it. If Bitmains very own farms can not keep them profitable, what chance does someone using it at home where for most of the worlds population, their electricity costs are going to be far higher.



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hey man 100% agree with what you've said. end of the day i'm still a newbie.

if you have read the referenced post correctly and ignored the filthy language never have i mentioned that I'm expecting to turn a profit on hashnest. What I have said is that that returns on hashnest are better than genesis-mining any given day. And you're welcome to contradict it.

I have 1Ths contracts on both of them and hashnest has given better payouts every single day which is impressive considering that I've entered the s7 scene quite late mid-Jan 2016 to be precise.

what I've come to realise is that cloud mining contracts are never expected to turn a profit in reality. the true purpose of cloud mining is to hold the BTCs that you have earned and hope that it doubles soon or reinvest in newer gen hashpower.

but at least hashnest gives me the option of upgrading to the latest hashpower before the competition and dump it easily before it's junk. i could always salvage something on the exchange before it's too late. and yes I'm aware of decreasing hashpower prices. I assure you I had checked the graph thoroughly before taking the plunge.

what I understand is that cloud mining mkt favors the first movers. you buy hashpower when maintenance/payout ratios are still quite low and then sell it off around 70%. you still don't make a profit but hey Rome wasn't built in a day. if BTC price does rise to $500-650 as predicted for this year well i have no reason for complaints.

also my original post is purely meant for genesis-mining bashing, not for unquestioned devotion to hashnest. you show me something better than hashnest for cloud mining and i guarantee i'll jump ship today.

btw wasn't aware about pre ordered s7 contracts. will keep my eyes open for them in the future. thanks.
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February 09, 2016, 10:00:55 AM
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Hashnest is also having the same problems and this is due to the ever increasing difficulty changes brought to us by the manufacturers themselves. You can hardly sell those hashes in hashnest due to very low demand hence at a price just 2% of what it was pre-S7 period.

Correct @bitcoinboy

I have had contracts on Hashnest for a while, bought Umisoo (gone), then S2, (gone) S3 (gone), S4 (going) and S5 and S7 contracts. S5 will be next to get the chop, could be within the month if Bitcoin difficulty keeps rising as it does and the S4 Marketplace has already been closed.

@manutdfan  I disagree really with a lot of what you are writing about especially Hashnest. If I had sold my contracts when difficulty had reached 70% I still would have made a loss, infact as Bitcoinboy points out, the pricing of their hashpower on the marketplace goes down constantly so as soon as you purchase any hashpower and then you want to sell it again, you will find that you have to sell it for less than you paid in the first place. The only time I have seen people make money are people that pre ordered S7s before they were available on the market place and due to the demand of people wanting S7 hashpower when it was available they were able to sell that with a profit.

Also on paper it does look good that Hashnest offers you the chance to buy the hardware that you mine but in reality it is a little different.

For example, one user had 1.8TH of hashpower and then saw that the marketplace was closed so he could not sell it anymore. If he had tried to, he would not have got much for it anyway. He was upset because he had to have 2000GH/s for Bitmain to give him an S4 machine.

But what if he had 2TH/s, well Bitmain will charge you to sending it to you, then you might have to buy your own PSU with it. Make sure it is a good one, thats another good chunk taken from your wallet.  

Then you will wait weeks for it to arrive and then when it does, it will be 2nd hand, been running for months and months so there is no guarantee that it will even last a few months.  Then you will be no doubt stunned by the noise it makes, the heat it generates and then you will then realise that your electricity bill each month is pretty high.

S4 is quite old tech now compared to an S7 for example and then you will start to wonder why you actually took the trouble to actually spend all that extra money in getting it sent to you as you will be spending far more money on it each month than the Bitcoin you could ever mine. I mean think about it. If Bitmains very own farms can not keep them profitable, what chance does someone using it at home where for most of the worlds population, their electricity costs are going to be far higher.



@IanFoxley

hey man 100% agree with what you've said. end of the day i'm still a newbie.

if you have read the referenced post correctly and ignored the filthy language never have i mentioned that I'm expecting to turn a profit on hashnest. What I have said is that that returns on hashnest are better than genesis-mining any given day. And you're welcome to contradict it.

I have 1Ths contracts on both of them and hashnest has given better payouts every single day which is impressive considering that I've entered the s7 scene quite late mid-Jan 2016 to be precise.

what I've come to realise is that cloud mining contracts are never expected to turn a profit in reality. the true purpose of cloud mining is to hold the BTCs that you have earned and hope that it doubles soon or reinvest in newer gen hashpower.

but at least hashnest gives me the option of upgrading to the latest hashpower before the competition and dump it easily before it's junk. i could always salvage something on the exchange before it's too late. and yes I'm aware of decreasing hashpower prices. I assure you I had checked the graph thoroughly before taking the plunge.

what I understand is that cloud mining mkt favors the first movers. you buy hashpower when maintenance/payout ratios are still quite low and then sell it off around 70%. you still don't make a profit but hey Rome wasn't built in a day. if BTC price does rise to $500-650 as predicted for this year well i have no reason for complaints.

also my original post is purely meant for genesis-mining bashing, not for unquestioned devotion to hashnest. you show me something better than hashnest for cloud mining and i guarantee i'll jump ship today.

btw wasn't aware about pre ordered s7 contracts. will keep my eyes open for them in the future. thanks.

Payouts with Hashnest are not always better though. If you compare like for like with similar fees Hashnest has days where the payout is lower than the GM payout or sometimes it is higher but they are not always better.  GM did not until recently have a contract with a similar fee as an S7 so it is not something you can compare it with.

But if you compared S4 payouts to a GM contract or S5 payouts to a GM contract with similar fees then yeh, I would say both were very close to eachother.

The pre ordered S7 contracts i was referring to was when the S7 was not out yet. So users could preorder the machines on Hashnest and then as people wanted to get the new hashpower and it was limited, then when the user who preordered could sell it straight away they could make profit from it. That will not happen again I think

In my eyes there are not many "legit" companies around for cloud mining, Mining Sweden is one, I have met the owner and been to their datacentre in Sweden, GM is another and Hashnest is too. GM and Hashnest are both having similar issues and this is because they are both bitcoin mining and difficulty is making a big impact. Mining Swedens contracts are different because they sell a contract similar to an X11 contract with GM. You pay more for a contract upfront because it includes the fees for a whole year so you are getting a Bitcoin payout every day that does not have a fee taken away. But because Bitcoin difficulty has risen so much since November then even those payouts have been going down too.

Those cloud mining companies that are advertising as Bitcoin mining and charge daily fees and payouts are not going down, they are the ones that you have to watch out for as if Hashnest and GM have these issues with contracts with different fees not paying out then that is the reality of Bitcoin mining at the moment and anything that is not..is not reality and is fantasy mining

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Up to 2/7/2016...I knew this day would come eventually!  I am 168 days into a lifetime 1.5THs contract and it's down to paying $0.02 per day.  It's not dead yet but it's gasping for air. I paid 2.6310 BTC for this contract and I've collected 0.5438 in payouts from it and that's pretty much all I will ever see back.  I bought this contract as a test hoping to do more later on.  What a total waste of time and money.  If you are thinking of buying a cloud contract from Genesis because of their slick web site, do yourself a favor and just buy and hold BTC instead.

LOL, you are such a bad investor. Everybody ROI x10 here. Ask ZetaOS, he earn 10 times what he invested  Grin

But don't worry, your BTC are not really lost, they are in the pocket of somebody.

I warned everybody here, so I suppose you didn't believe me and today I just can laught Smiley


P.S. GM, if you delete once again my post I promise to open a topic to ask people how much they lose/win with your SCAM. Of course, ZetaOS and IanFoxley, your evangelists will be forbidden to post.




Genesis are selling lifetime contracts.  The contract says they have an option to terminate if no payout for 20 days.  Why is everybody assumng that they will exercise this option?  Termination is not automatic. 

If GM deliberately terminate contracts that have only run for a few months, this will be very bad publicity for them. 

Bitcoin mining profitability goes up and down.  I have no problem with waiting for my mining to be proitable again, but I do have a problem with GM just choosing to terminate my contract now.  I will take a big loss.

GM are selling these as lifetime contracts.  They must adhere to the spirit of these contracts and suspend payouts until the price/difficulty changes to our favour - as it surely will.
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February 09, 2016, 11:40:57 AM
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Up to 2/7/2016...I knew this day would come eventually!  I am 168 days into a lifetime 1.5THs contract and it's down to paying $0.02 per day.  It's not dead yet but it's gasping for air. I paid 2.6310 BTC for this contract and I've collected 0.5438 in payouts from it and that's pretty much all I will ever see back.  I bought this contract as a test hoping to do more later on.  What a total waste of time and money.  If you are thinking of buying a cloud contract from Genesis because of their slick web site, do yourself a favor and just buy and hold BTC instead.

LOL, you are such a bad investor. Everybody ROI x10 here. Ask ZetaOS, he earn 10 times what he invested  Grin

But don't worry, your BTC are not really lost, they are in the pocket of somebody.

I warned everybody here, so I suppose you didn't believe me and today I just can laught Smiley


P.S. GM, if you delete once again my post I promise to open a topic to ask people how much they lose/win with your SCAM. Of course, ZetaOS and IanFoxley, your evangelists will be forbidden to post.






Genesis are selling lifetime contracts.  The contract says they have an option to terminate if no payout for 20 days.  Why is everybody assumng that they will exercise this option?  Termination is not automatic. 

If GM deliberately terminate contracts that have only run for a few months, this will be very bad publicity for them. 

Bitcoin mining profitability goes up and down.  I have no problem with waiting for my mining to be proitable again, but I do have a problem with GM just choosing to terminate my contract now.  I will take a big loss.

GM are selling these as lifetime contracts.  They must adhere to the spirit of these contracts and suspend payouts until the price/difficulty changes to our favour - as it surely will.

Lol it's automatic alright because we've seen it in the past already.
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General reminder: please stay on topic!

Thank you!

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Up to 2/7/2016...I knew this day would come eventually!  I am 168 days into a lifetime 1.5THs contract and it's down to paying $0.02 per day.  It's not dead yet but it's gasping for air.  I paid 2.6310 BTC for this contract and I've collected 0.5438 in payouts from it and that's pretty much all I will ever see back.  I bought this contract as a test hoping to do more later on.  What a total waste of time and money.  If you are thinking of buying a cloud contract from Genesis because of their slick web site, do yourself a favor and just buy and hold BTC instead.

http://i.imgur.com/zbq8ymz.jpg

I am in the same boat. As of now I have just over 50% ROI. I know I'm not going to make that money back.

My advice to anyone considering investing with GM is don't, buy bitcoin directly, it is what I wish I did.
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Total investment U$419 - 1TH/s

2015-12-17 - 0.15 TH/s - Fee USD 0.00099 per GH/s and day - stopped
2015-12-20 - 0.35 TH/s - Fee USD 0.00099 per GH/s and day - stopped
2015-12-23 - 0.50 TH/s - Fee USD 0.00095 per GH/s and day - near stop

Overpayment - sha256 BTC balance of 0.0032036 successfully added to your account on 2015-12-26

Lowerpayment - sha256 BTC balance of 0.00086334 successfully added to your account on 2016-02-08 [decreases every day]

0,11037287BTC Total received = Never ROI

Lifetime contracts = 2-3 months and stop.

Not recommend , waste of time and money.
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I hope the new Ethereum Contracts come available soon. Ether is preforming so well the last weeks  Smiley

http://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/ethereum/

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Yup, it's actually worthwhile to mine with a GPU at home!

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My GPU rig died last week due to wind and rain true the air outtake.
Seems the motherboard is dead and one GPU is visible burned. hope the other 4 cards are still oke.
Need to rebuild the rig this weekend.

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February 11, 2016, 01:42:27 PM
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I found few PROS of Genesis mining :

- Fast, easy and free signup
- Investments as low as 20 GHS / 1 MHS
- Mine your own Altcoin portfolio
- Two factor authentication
- Referral / promo code system


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February 12, 2016, 05:20:30 AM
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At the moment with significant difficulty increases but stable bitcoin price there is really no hosted bitcoin provider with a product worth buying. Remember the block halving is coming up about July. This summer there may be more efficient miners and the situation may change. I got out of all my mining contracts at Hashnest early last month. The most interesting action I see right now is trading Ether. I would not bother with hosted mining at present at all.

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I have a lifetime contract with Genesis Mining, but even paying +U$400 in october, until this moment I just received U$126. And my returns are stopped since a week ago, support tells that in 24h they will respond, but more than that has passed and nothing has been done. I was a very "straightforward" thinker of cloud mining in the very beginning (because I used Hashnest before, and sorry about the comparison, but they are pretty much accessible and ROI it's much better and quicker than GM.. sorry about that, but it's my own vision, and I'm inside of that... I paid 3x more than it ROI, so I'm very unsatisfy).... How can I reach what I invested if you don't even pay more than 20 cents a day? Calculation was not even close to that in the beginning of the contract, and even a physical miner (without counting the electicity costs) gives back ~U$40 in a month... Is that a "risky investment" or it's a "scam investment"? I'm not affirming this, I'm just asking, because there's lot of user here in the forum who mockin' about who's telling "a GM user" with a significantly pride of being a cloud mining user...

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What kind of messages would be here if bitcoin has hit a 1000 dollars for the last 6 months...

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What kind of messages would be here if bitcoin has hit a 1000 dollars for the last 6 months...

pfft, they would have found another way to null everyone's contracts ;\ it's their business model
dude, you prob lost as much if not more than 80% of people how can u shill for them so hard?
i GUARANTEE, if you would have put that money into another provider such as hashnest
and upgraded your hardware cloud-wise with them as is possible
you would have more btc in your pocket than you do today (we all would), AND STILL  own performing hash in the cloud
they nuke everything on here, (prob this too), and newcomers should stay away, that simple.
those who got burned of us know now, we will not be back (not me anyways)


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February 13, 2016, 07:55:45 PM
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What kind of messages would be here if bitcoin has hit a 1000 dollars for the last 6 months...

pfft, they would have found another way to null everyone's contracts ;\ it's their business model
dude, you prob lost as much if not more than 80% of people how can u shill for them so hard?
i GUARANTEE, if you would have put that money into another provider such as hashnest
and upgraded your hardware cloud-wise with them as is possible
you would have more btc in your pocket than you do today (we all would), AND STILL  own performing hash in the cloud
they nuke everything on here, (prob this too), and newcomers should stay away, that simple.
those who got burned of us know now, we will not be back (not me anyways)

I gotta say I believe you are right
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February 13, 2016, 09:52:08 PM
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What kind of messages would be here if bitcoin has hit a 1000 dollars for the last 6 months...

Of course, shit happens, and when it does, people will complain. And some will complain no matter what, but for the reasonable majority, a lot will depend on how GM will respond. I hope they learned something from the last time this happened. They didn't really seem to care about their customers, because they seem to see them just as that - customers. Not partners in a joint investment. I think the silence on their part right now is telling.

The first time this happened, when Scrypt collapsed, they did offer a 'douceur', which showed they at least felt our pain a little. I personally just see that Scrypt investment as an investment gone sour, just bad luck, no hard feelings. But the second time, when some SHA256 contracts were canceled, I was very disappointed in GM's reaction, and still am.

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It looks like ethereum contracts are back...but I think now we are getting stiffed.  The price has more than doubled.  Before you could buy a 55 MH/s contract for under $1000 USD.  Now the cost is about $2420 USD.

Anyone else not liking this price change?  It is very suspicious how suddenly when the demand was high ethereum purchases were taken down and then come the price hike.
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