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May 30, 2014, 02:53:33 AM
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Again... Please folks check their stats.... I will repeat this, then I am done with this group of scammers...


"What big pool? You do not have a successful pool at all. Your biggest is this coin. Please folks check their stats. This dead coin is 10x stronger than any other pool they have. /sigh"


 Excuse me... 100x larger. Simply follow their links they provide.. and look. If pool was so reputable, why dont they have miners? Every single coin they pool for they lack less than 5% of the chain, yet they come in droves to defend this one and they own 75% of the chain....

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May 30, 2014, 02:58:49 AM
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Again... Please folks check their stats.... I will repeat this, then I am done with this group of scammers...


"What big pool? You do not have a successful pool at all. Your biggest is this coin. Please folks check their stats. This dead coin is 10x stronger than any other pool they have. /sigh"


 Excuse me... 100x larger. Simply follow their links they provide.. and look. If pool was so reputable, why dont they have miners? Every single coin they pool for they lack less than 5% of the chain, yet they come in droves to defend this one and they own 75% of the chain....

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Sure,but killing a coin wasnt,what they wanted......why would they do it?
what are the possibilities now? Restart? Or combine forks to make everyone happy? Or to get rid of this coin,and make sure the any dev will never again pull the source out before launch?
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May 30, 2014, 03:01:12 AM
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Yah..this is crap.  The only way for a new exchange to get volume is to jump on a coin, at the same time we end up with a lot of scammy crap.  It's tiring.


So why not stop supporting coins that do IPOs or Premines?

Dedicated used to be the pool you could trust to pick out the good coins, but more and more he seems to be the "official" or first pool for many crappy coins that end up poorly.



Hello sir, just going back and reading all these posts.  I understand where you are coming from, but please read why it shows in the last few pages.  there is a reason, and I have explained it in full.  I did not mine the premine on the real chain.  We forked almost automatically because of the bad node the developer had.  I had to delete the blockchain, and resync.   That block was lost on the fork and when i resynced I did not have that block in my wallet, but it still shows cosmetically in the block list.

I confirmed all the transactions, minus the premine block and granted them to my users.. instead of orphaning all the first 138 blocks.

Thank you sir,

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May 30, 2014, 03:02:56 AM
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how bout you go fuck yourselves ?

dev bad launch
and 2 pools forked end of story

as far as the 2 same guys shitting on dedicated well, i would say got mine #wankcoin and give yourself one,

all traffic on dedicated moves all day long and the miners moved to this POshit coin , it will go back to other coins now and youll see PC go back to no traffic,

the fact you actually used this as an example shows the bad faith and fud you are trying to pull , im starting to wonder if you have a pool that's in direct competition with dedicated... but then again who cares about you.

oh and scrappy... from your own words " x11 is shit compared to myr/grs trust mje, i have 40 + gpus. x11 peeps are not right, please try and argue this.... With that said, screw x11! Oh yea I already said that... there is no benefit for this coin or society."

then what the fuck you doing mining this coin ?

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going back to making money and not here anymore of this shit

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May 30, 2014, 03:04:22 AM
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Again... Please folks check their stats.... I will repeat this, then I am done with this group of scammers...


"What big pool? You do not have a successful pool at all. Your biggest is this coin. Please folks check their stats. This dead coin is 10x stronger than any other pool they have. /sigh"


 Excuse me... 100x larger. Simply follow their links they provide.. and look. If pool was so reputable, why dont they have miners? Every single coin they pool for they lack less than 5% of the chain, yet they come in droves to defend this one and they own 75% of the chain....

 Follow me?


Sure,but killing a coin wasnt,what they wanted......why would they do it?
what are the possibilities now? Restart? Or combine forks to make everyone happy? Or to get rid of this coin,and make sure the any dev will never again pull the source out before launch?

 Restart? LOL If the dev was here pleading his case I would say yes, fact is, all we see is dedicatedpools, and followers screaming we own this coin. (simply look at the hashrate) dedicatedpools as good (lol) as they are has over 80% of their entire hashrate (of all coins) on this coin. You figure it out.
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May 30, 2014, 03:07:20 AM
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Take it from a "competitor," what Dedicated says sounds reasonable.  When there are problems with the dev's nodes at launch, things don't always go well.
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May 30, 2014, 03:10:51 AM
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MOAR NODES  Grin
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May 30, 2014, 03:13:21 AM
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haha ya'll arguing over today's crap coin
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May 30, 2014, 03:13:23 AM
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Stop the fud.

I fully support Dedicatedpool in this. The forks can't be intentional, and he handled this situation the best he could and professionally.

Everybody tried seeking the developers to inquire about which fork was the real one. On our side, we had zero replies; the dev was too busy dumping the premine from the good chain on the exchange..

Poor network from start are what caused this forkfest IMO. They only gave one official node, and I suspect it has been hammered by ddos like many pools on launch.
We took down our PureCoin pool to protest against this poor coin launch and attempt to bank on miners by dumping the premine just right after launch.

Again, Dedicatedpools is trustworthy in the community and totally transparent. FUD doesn't stand a second next to their reputation.

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May 30, 2014, 03:17:38 AM
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Why would a pool steal some crapcoins.  You'd have to be one low rent ghetto person to think a pool would steal 500 bucks worth of crap coins in public when they could just tap into the AFK coins that people forgot about months ago.

EDIT:  I just did my own research and see that dedicated is right with the blockhash, you should look into this as well instead of making a fool out of yourselves on the internet.  There's no hijacked pre-mine, and why in the world would you defend a pre-mine to begin with.
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May 30, 2014, 03:19:06 AM
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Stop the fud.

I fully support Dedicatedpool in this. The forks can't be intentional, and he handled this situation the best he could and professionally.

Everybody tried seeking the developers to inquire about which fork was the real one. On our side, we had zero replies; the dev was too busy dumping the premine from the good chain on the exchange..

Poor network from start are what caused this forkfest IMO. They only gave one official node, and I suspect it has been hammered by ddos like many pools on launch.
We took down our PureCoin pool to protest against this poor coin launch and attempt to bank on miners by dumping the premine just right after launch.

Again, Dedicatedpools is trustworthy in the community and totally transparent. FUD doesn't stand a second next to their reputation.

Thanks eth2.  Suchpool has always been a good friend of Dedicatedpool.  

Honestly guys, you have Suchpool, Poolest, Chickenstrips, Trademybit, and other big pools all saying the same thing, the premine FUD is wrong.  We did not mine the premine on the correct chain.  The developer only had one shitty node, causing Trademybit and Dedicated to fork at the start.  On the fork, we mined the premine.  We both had to stop, delete the chain and wallet.dat, and resync.  The blocks showing on the site are cosmetic.  It's just a mysql entries.  The wallet when i resynced was 0.0000, but the tally on my site was -255,000 or so.  This is because we didn't have the blocks the site thought we did in the wallet.

I know it's hard for non-pool owners to understand. But you have you believe me.


The dev dumped this premine and he's laughing like hell.


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May 30, 2014, 03:20:44 AM
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Again, Dedicatedpools is trustworthy in the community and totally transparent. FUD doesn't stand a second next to their reputation.

 What reputation you speak of? Please do tell.... They have been tied to several unfortunate events. Is this merely a coincidence, or the bed they lie in?

 Please tell us all of their outstanding pool performances.

 Prove me wrong please. Show me pool stats showing it as well.
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May 30, 2014, 03:22:12 AM
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Dedicated  Pools did the honest thing and restarted their chain.  They were not responsible for what happened.  The developer is the one who dumped the premine, stop accusing dedicated pools.  If you have other beef with them please take it up somewhere else.  We have enough of crap to deal with already when it comes to this coin.


CryptoALTex has over 50k of the premine and .16btc that the developer did not withdraw.  I know only 1-2 people bought the premine.  Do you want this coin to keep going or do you want it to die?  Yes these users and myself have quite a bit of coins now, but maybe the community can figure something out.  If not, I'm fine with removing the coin for good.

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May 30, 2014, 03:22:46 AM
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Scrappydoo that guy needs to get a girlfriend.
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May 30, 2014, 03:23:44 AM
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out of 100+ coin launches i witnessed 2 that started bad with over 9 on hashsomething pool thats that... now go get a life

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May 30, 2014, 03:27:37 AM
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Stop the fud.

I fully support Dedicatedpool in this. The forks can't be intentional, and he handled this situation the best he could and professionally.

Everybody tried seeking the developers to inquire about which fork was the real one. On our side, we had zero replies; the dev was too busy dumping the premine from the good chain on the exchange..

Poor network from start are what caused this forkfest IMO. They only gave one official node, and I suspect it has been hammered by ddos like many pools on launch.
We took down our PureCoin pool to protest against this poor coin launch and attempt to bank on miners by dumping the premine just right after launch.

Again, Dedicatedpools is trustworthy in the community and totally transparent. FUD doesn't stand a second next to their reputation.

Thanks eth2.  Suchpool has always been a good friend of Dedicatedpool.  

Honestly guys, you have Suchpool, Poolest, Chickenstrips, Trademybit, and other big pools all saying the same thing, the premine FUD is wrong.  We did not mine the premine on the correct chain.  The developer only had one shitty node, causing Trademybit and Dedicated to fork at the start.  On the fork, we mined the premine.  We both had to stop, delete the chain and wallet.dat, and resync.  The blocks showing on the site are cosmetic.  It's just a mysql entries.  The wallet when i resynced was 0.0000, but the tally on my site was -255,000 or so.  This is because we didn't have the blocks the site thought we did in the wallet.

I know it's hard for non-pool owners to understand. But you have you believe me.


The dev dumped this premine and he's laughing like hell.


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+1 Dedicated is an old, stable and trustworthy pool. I also checked the blockhash and what BinaryClock and chicken say is true.
He didn't steal those 250k coins, if anyone should explain himself is the dev.

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May 30, 2014, 03:28:53 AM
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Scrappydoo that guy needs to get a girlfriend.

 You should see my wife... girlfriend never.
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May 30, 2014, 03:30:02 AM
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This works

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May 30, 2014, 03:31:19 AM
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Wallet now appears to have synced up but no coins have arrived from D.pool wrong side of the fork I guess Sad

EDIT: now it shows out of sync lol,,, I give up

It is noz syncing on original chain anymore,restart and restart......But mining on dedicated,you should see your coin,if you add some nodes from their chain.Anyway,i dont think,that even 1000000 of PURE is worth a fart....
Ya that's the bigger problem now, is it worth a fart? that's pretty bad lol

addnode=185.49.144.66
addnode=209.73.144.179
addnode=60.46.169.115
addnode=173.192.30.91
addnode=46.4.94.47
addnode=114.215.110.130



try these,but delete everything except of the wallet.....Good luck,maybe if dev appears one day,and puts this mess in order.......
I added these nodes on to my existing conf file and seems to be syncing. with what chain , I have no idea lol.
Send a test coin if ya have one in your wallet??

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May 30, 2014, 03:31:47 AM
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Why would a pool steal some crapcoins.  You'd have to be one low rent ghetto person to think a pool would steal 500 bucks worth of crap coins in public when they could just tap into the AFK coins that people forgot about months ago.

EDIT:  I just did my own research and see that dedicated is right with the blockhash, you should look into this as well instead of making a fool out of yourselves on the internet.  There's no hijacked pre-mine, and why in the world would you defend a pre-mine to begin with.
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