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June 08, 2012, 02:40:44 AM
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Hi, Warge, my points have exceed 200 for many hours, but the coins have not been sent, can you help to check?

I'm sorry; the 'hot wallet' serving payments got too low for a bit, and then some hosting issues slowed the recovery once the hot wallet was refilled.

All payments should be caught up now.

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I see, thanks a lot

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June 08, 2012, 04:15:19 AM
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Interesting project you have there, I am subscribing.
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June 14, 2012, 06:56:13 PM
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hi warge, why my address no get paid yet?

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June 15, 2012, 12:28:49 AM
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The 200 point threshold must be reached per login account, not per address. The 3,749 points earned on behalf of that address were earned by 35 distinct accounts, none of which is currently over the 200 point threshold. Of these 35 addresses, 34 are via a throwaway email service.

Perhaps you have a large family, or sports team, all working for the same address. In that case, each personal account must reach the 200 point threshold individually. But I should also remind you of the CoinWorker Terms of Service -- http://coinworker.com/terms -- including especially:

  • Any balances offered or displayed are only estimates and provisional until paid. CoinWorker may delay, adjust, or nullify pending balances for any reason.
  • You agree that your contributions of analytical work are the product of your own unique good-faith effort, using a single registered account per person, and will be performed in accordance with current general and per-task instructions.

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June 18, 2012, 07:48:45 PM
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Hi,
is  there a problem with the payment system?
I have account with 200+ pending points but in two addresses /the last tasks i made was 6 hours ago/. Am i supposed to use only one address?
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June 19, 2012, 07:42:22 AM
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Hi,
is  there a problem with the payment system?
I have account with 200+ pending points but in two addresses /the last tasks i made was 6 hours ago/. Am i supposed to use only one address?

There was about an 8-hour period where payments fell behind, when the 'hot wallet' was temporarily depleted. All payments should have been caught up as of about 12 hours ago. If you still have any pending issues, let me know here or via DM (with your account details).

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June 27, 2012, 01:10:41 AM
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Hey Warge, I have a problem, my current bitcoin address that I am using is to be expired. Can you make an option to change the address so the points can go to a new one? Or could you send the 144 pints now before it expires?

thanks
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June 27, 2012, 06:09:41 AM
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Hey Warge, I have a problem, my current bitcoin address that I am using is to be expired. Can you make an option to change the address so the points can go to a new one? Or could you send the 144 pints now before it expires?

thanks
 Ivand

Expired? I'm not familiar with this quality of bitcoin addresses! Will you be losing control of your private key at some specific time?

Please send me your CoinWorker login via DM and I'll see what I can do.

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June 27, 2012, 03:15:23 PM
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PM sent
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July 06, 2012, 06:33:48 AM
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How much is one point on Coinworker nowadays?

I remember there were tasks at 10-20 points per task and that was close to nothing.

Now, I can only see 1 point tasks in the list, did you change the value of the point, because otherwise it's like ... zero payment.
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July 06, 2012, 11:20:25 PM
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How much is one point on Coinworker nowadays?

I remember there were tasks at 10-20 points per task and that was close to nothing.

Now, I can only see 1 point tasks in the list, did you change the value of the point, because otherwise it's like ... zero payment.

They not only give out less points per task now but the points are worth less as well.

It used to be 200 points ( which one needs to collect before they payout ) used to
equal about 0.4 BTC, now it is more like 200 points = 0.3 BTC. 


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July 08, 2012, 04:37:00 PM
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They not only give out less points per task now but the points are worth less as well.

It used to be 200 points ( which one needs to collect before they payout ) used to
equal about 0.4 BTC, now it is more like 200 points = 0.3 BTC. 



wow... the project is dead in the water
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July 10, 2012, 12:43:38 AM
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How much is one point on Coinworker nowadays?

I remember there were tasks at 10-20 points per task and that was close to nothing.

Now, I can only see 1 point tasks in the list, did you change the value of the point, because otherwise it's like ... zero payment.

They not only give out less points per task now but the points are worth less as well.

It used to be 200 points ( which one needs to collect before they payout ) used to
equal about 0.4 BTC, now it is more like 200 points = 0.3 BTC. 


One CoinWorker point has always been equivalent to one cent in American dollars (USD$0.01).

If the value of 200 points has gone down from 0.4btc to 0.3 btc... well, that's just a symptom of Bitcoin's appreciation. There's no loss to the CoinWorker from that change: he's getting less BTC but it's worth more.

The point value of tasks has varied, in some cases from task providers, but also because there are issues with bursty high-volume and questionable-quality activity that I'm still struggling to handle in the best possible way. One risk-reducing measure I've taken so far has been adjusting payouts downward. If I come up with better options, payouts will rise. The best I can say in the meantime is that whenever the current payouts are unattractive, check back in another week or two... CoinWorker will still be here, with a different and maybe better mix of tasks and payouts.

wow... the project is dead in the water

In fact it continues to grow slowly and steadily... and other than a few temporary systems/hosting glitches, CoinWorker has paid out in accordance with its published terms, like clockwork, since it opened almost 6 months ago. I'd rather have people temporarily disappointed by the advertised payouts, than ever miss a promised payout.

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July 10, 2012, 02:56:04 AM
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Can you please pay out my address though? 1 cent/task is the max right now, and that's not gonna happen.

I recommend asking me for a signature from my GPG key before doing a trade. I will NEVER deny such a request.
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July 10, 2012, 07:49:02 AM
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Made som tests, not to happy though.
I wonder about the underlaying platform from crowdflower, once I worked and trained for 0,5h and then backend couldnt handle the load so after some time all effort was lost, duh. Another try was with a webpage and some searching, but it seemed like the task was only for fooling for a search. The site had the form www.www.casinosomething.com.com and couldnt be clicked from inside the task only searched for, and when one hadnt clicked by the task site it was impossible to finish. Duh, not coinworkers fault I guess but some QA must be done from either crowflower or coinworker so one dont have to waste time.
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July 10, 2012, 08:29:56 PM
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Can you please pay out my address though? 1 cent/task is the max right now, and that's not gonna happen.

Send me a DM with your CoinWorker login name (it doesn't seem to be 'nimda') and I'll see what I can do, if you're close to the threshold. I'll also be lowering the threshold soon, probably to 100 points, if that will help.

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July 14, 2012, 03:44:23 PM
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Hmm, I don't get any tasks. Did 1 task yesterday, think it was just some kind of test and earned 0 points. And now there's only 1 task available worth of 2 points and when click it, it says that it's finished. Does my location affect to those available tasks? And how many tasks there should be / day? I'm pretty new, so might be that I do something wrong?

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July 14, 2012, 04:26:57 PM
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Hmm, I don't get any tasks. Did 1 task yesterday, think it was just some kind of test and earned 0 points. And now there's only 1 task available worth of 2 points and when click it, it says that it's finished. Does my location affect to those available tasks? And how many tasks there should be / day? I'm pretty new, so might be that I do something wrong?
For many tasks, the location is relevant. My tasklist looks pretty much like yours it seems. I haven't done any task for months now because CrowdFlower (who is running the backend) seems to be incapable. Their support board is filled with complains about accuracy problems, missing points and bugs (Simple bugs haven't been fixed since weeks. Or listing finished tasks as available). What's even worse is that the payment constantly goes down while the amount of time you'd need to invest increases.

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July 14, 2012, 10:34:25 PM
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Can you please pay out my address though? 1 cent/task is the max right now, and that's not gonna happen.

Send me a DM with your CoinWorker login name (it doesn't seem to be 'nimda') and I'll see what I can do, if you're close to the threshold. I'll also be lowering the threshold soon, probably to 100 points, if that will help.

{Warge


Lowering the threshold to 100 points will be much better...With that 1 or 2 points per task it takes me around 2 weeks to get paid....
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July 27, 2012, 02:21:25 PM
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Payments are currently on hold for pending balances under 200 points. (This is calculated per login, not per pay-to address.
So does it mean that i never get my 97 Points with 0.109BTC
to 1MdnetjkbpZueR7aWhRERJQ46L3JK6kXN5 (blueshoe)
Would it make sense if I work another 3 points?
What happens now with the 0.109BTC? Who gets them?
So much does a cigarette for me. If someone wants to have a cigarette?
I give away. maybe someone can buy them to eat for a day.
How long you have to work for a cigarette?
What now? who gets the 0.109BTC?



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