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November 11, 2014, 10:38:56 PM
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Ban from my one account was lifted btw. Have to check how long it took.

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November 11, 2014, 10:41:33 PM
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I can't believe people aren't jumping up and down in riot at that vaultbreaker post.
IF only we was all on web cam you would see we are while wearing our ski masks and tear gas goggles  Cool

What do you think the power use is going to be for those 3 x 250MH miners? The Vaultbreaker was supposed to be 750MH @ 1000W, I'm guessing these not-Titans-honestly miners will be ~2000W each. Shocked
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November 11, 2014, 11:24:50 PM
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I can't believe people aren't jumping up and down in riot at that vaultbreaker post.
IF only we was all on web cam you would see we are while wearing our ski masks and tear gas goggles  Cool

What do you think the power use is going to be for those 3 x 250MH miners? The Vaultbreaker was supposed to be 750MH @ 1000W, I'm guessing these not-Titans-honestly miners will be ~2000W each. Shocked
i am thinking you are correct IF they even come out i say between 2000W - 2500 W

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November 11, 2014, 11:55:11 PM
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15mh = 500watts, are they the same chips in the new ones?

that would be 25k watts hahah

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November 12, 2014, 12:01:57 AM
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New ones, I think KnC Titan and those other guys I can't remember at the moment come in at 8W per ASIC and about 256 ASICs per 250MH miner = 2048W per 250MH. Ish. Have fun running three of those at home.  Smiley
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November 12, 2014, 12:11:37 AM
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Prime Controllers = Darkcoin masternodes


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November 12, 2014, 12:22:23 AM
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New ones, I think KnC Titan and those other guys I can't remember at the moment come in at 8W per ASIC and about 256 ASICs per 250MH miner = 2048W per 250MH. Ish. Have fun running three of those at home.  Smiley

i have the power at my house but i doubt its worth it. scrypt profitability is horrible when you figure in the electricity.
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November 12, 2014, 12:30:35 AM
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15mh = 500watts, are they the same chips in the new ones?

that would be 25k watts hahah


lol 25,000 Watts dam i will call the gas company and shut off my propane gas and just run those throughout the house for heat

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November 12, 2014, 01:21:04 AM
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Of all the "cloud" mining vendors out there, do others have payment issues (paying wrong amount, holds on payments, etc)? Honest question, as I haven't spent much time looking at the other vendors, but it seems like it is more of a recurring issue for GAW than others. It seems a large part of this is there strange casino style "mining" where you bought something that was artificially tied to the rate of a different pools payouts, but without actually mining there. Seems like it is more work for GAW, than just creating "RandomHashlet" and assigning a random payout using a provably fair method (ala any number of the bitcoin gambling sites).

Also, what is the legality of changing your TOS for a contracted miner i've already bought? Meaning, can they really just change the terms as they see fit on something I have already paid for? Isn't that a breach of contract? If you look at the mobile space (Verizon, ATT, etc) they can't just decide to change the terms on existing subscribers. Thats why some people have unlimited plans still, even though the mobiles no longer sell them. I just wonder if GAW has kept date stamped copies of the TOS and kept track of which miners apply to which version. Or maybe the laws are different, and they can just change the terms on the fly, with no repercussions.

[Edit: Fix spelling errors]

Of course not! It's not rocket science to build a system that credits numbers correctly. For example, we can count the number of users affected with any payout issue in one hand. Smiley

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November 12, 2014, 01:33:30 AM
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Of all the "cloud" mining vendors out there, do others have payment issues (paying wrong amount, holds on payments, etc)? Honest question, as I haven't spent much time looking at the other vendors, but it seems like it is more of a recurring issue for GAW than others. It seems a large part of this is there strange casino style "mining" where you bought something that was artificially tied to the rate of a different pools payouts, but without actually mining there. Seems like it is more work for GAW, than just creating "RandomHashlet" and assigning a random payout using a provably fair method (ala any number of the bitcoin gambling sites).

Also, what is the legality of changing your TOS for a contracted miner i've already bought? Meaning, can they really just change the terms as they see fit on something I have already paid for? Isn't that a breach of contract? If you look at the mobile space (Verizon, ATT, etc) they can't just decide to change the terms on existing subscribers. Thats why some people have unlimited plans still, even though the mobiles no longer sell them. I just wonder if GAW has kept date stamped copies of the TOS and kept track of which miners apply to which version. Or maybe the laws are different, and they can just change the terms on the fly, with no repercussions.

[Edit: Fix spelling errors]

Of course not! It's not rocket science to build a system that credits numbers correctly. For example, we can count the number of users affected with any payout issue in one hand. Smiley

-Sahra

And your service keeps getting better, that's the only reason I have 50% of my payouts auto reinvest.
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November 12, 2014, 01:57:06 AM
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Of all the "cloud" mining vendors out there, do others have payment issues (paying wrong amount, holds on payments, etc)? Honest question, as I haven't spent much time looking at the other vendors, but it seems like it is more of a recurring issue for GAW than others. It seems a large part of this is there strange casino style "mining" where you bought something that was artificially tied to the rate of a different pools payouts, but without actually mining there. Seems like it is more work for GAW, than just creating "RandomHashlet" and assigning a random payout using a provably fair method (ala any number of the bitcoin gambling sites).

Also, what is the legality of changing your TOS for a contracted miner i've already bought? Meaning, can they really just change the terms as they see fit on something I have already paid for? Isn't that a breach of contract? If you look at the mobile space (Verizon, ATT, etc) they can't just decide to change the terms on existing subscribers. Thats why some people have unlimited plans still, even though the mobiles no longer sell them. I just wonder if GAW has kept date stamped copies of the TOS and kept track of which miners apply to which version. Or maybe the laws are different, and they can just change the terms on the fly, with no repercussions.

[Edit: Fix spelling errors]

Of course not! It's not rocket science to build a system that credits numbers correctly. For example, we can count the number of users affected with any payout issue in one hand. Smiley

-Sahra

And your service keeps getting better, that's the only reason I have 50% of my payouts auto reinvest.

Lol wait...you are reinvesting in GAW still?

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November 12, 2014, 02:00:38 AM
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Of all the "cloud" mining vendors out there, do others have payment issues (paying wrong amount, holds on payments, etc)? Honest question, as I haven't spent much time looking at the other vendors, but it seems like it is more of a recurring issue for GAW than others. It seems a large part of this is there strange casino style "mining" where you bought something that was artificially tied to the rate of a different pools payouts, but without actually mining there. Seems like it is more work for GAW, than just creating "RandomHashlet" and assigning a random payout using a provably fair method (ala any number of the bitcoin gambling sites).

Also, what is the legality of changing your TOS for a contracted miner i've already bought? Meaning, can they really just change the terms as they see fit on something I have already paid for? Isn't that a breach of contract? If you look at the mobile space (Verizon, ATT, etc) they can't just decide to change the terms on existing subscribers. Thats why some people have unlimited plans still, even though the mobiles no longer sell them. I just wonder if GAW has kept date stamped copies of the TOS and kept track of which miners apply to which version. Or maybe the laws are different, and they can just change the terms on the fly, with no repercussions.

[Edit: Fix spelling errors]

Of course not! It's not rocket science to build a system that credits numbers correctly. For example, we can count the number of users affected with any payout issue in one hand. Smiley

-Sahra

And your service keeps getting better, that's the only reason I have 50% of my payouts auto reinvest.

Lol wait...you are reinvesting in GAW still?

No look at the account name I was responding to.  It's hashie.co official account.
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November 12, 2014, 02:04:22 AM
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Of all the "cloud" mining vendors out there, do others have payment issues (paying wrong amount, holds on payments, etc)? Honest question, as I haven't spent much time looking at the other vendors, but it seems like it is more of a recurring issue for GAW than others. It seems a large part of this is there strange casino style "mining" where you bought something that was artificially tied to the rate of a different pools payouts, but without actually mining there. Seems like it is more work for GAW, than just creating "RandomHashlet" and assigning a random payout using a provably fair method (ala any number of the bitcoin gambling sites).

Also, what is the legality of changing your TOS for a contracted miner i've already bought? Meaning, can they really just change the terms as they see fit on something I have already paid for? Isn't that a breach of contract? If you look at the mobile space (Verizon, ATT, etc) they can't just decide to change the terms on existing subscribers. Thats why some people have unlimited plans still, even though the mobiles no longer sell them. I just wonder if GAW has kept date stamped copies of the TOS and kept track of which miners apply to which version. Or maybe the laws are different, and they can just change the terms on the fly, with no repercussions.

[Edit: Fix spelling errors]

Of course not! It's not rocket science to build a system that credits numbers correctly. For example, we can count the number of users affected with any payout issue in one hand. Smiley

-Sahra

And your service keeps getting better, that's the only reason I have 50% of my payouts auto reinvest.

Lol wait...you are reinvesting in GAW still?

No look at the account name I was responding to.  It's hashie.co official account.

My mistake sir, my "lol" has been taken back. Does Hashie have proof of their hardware? Like a link to their miners on a pool

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November 12, 2014, 02:08:39 AM
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Of all the "cloud" mining vendors out there, do others have payment issues (paying wrong amount, holds on payments, etc)? Honest question, as I haven't spent much time looking at the other vendors, but it seems like it is more of a recurring issue for GAW than others. It seems a large part of this is there strange casino style "mining" where you bought something that was artificially tied to the rate of a different pools payouts, but without actually mining there. Seems like it is more work for GAW, than just creating "RandomHashlet" and assigning a random payout using a provably fair method (ala any number of the bitcoin gambling sites).

Also, what is the legality of changing your TOS for a contracted miner i've already bought? Meaning, can they really just change the terms as they see fit on something I have already paid for? Isn't that a breach of contract? If you look at the mobile space (Verizon, ATT, etc) they can't just decide to change the terms on existing subscribers. Thats why some people have unlimited plans still, even though the mobiles no longer sell them. I just wonder if GAW has kept date stamped copies of the TOS and kept track of which miners apply to which version. Or maybe the laws are different, and they can just change the terms on the fly, with no repercussions.

[Edit: Fix spelling errors]

Of course not! It's not rocket science to build a system that credits numbers correctly. For example, we can count the number of users affected with any payout issue in one hand. Smiley

-Sahra

And your service keeps getting better, that's the only reason I have 50% of my payouts auto reinvest.

Lol wait...you are reinvesting in GAW still?

No look at the account name I was responding to.  It's hashie.co official account.

My mistake sir, my "lol" has been taken back. Does Hashie have proof of their hardware? Like a link to their miners on a pool


They showed they were mining at BTCGuild but they aren't anymore.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=822446.msg9230458#msg9230458
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November 12, 2014, 02:54:46 AM
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Of all the "cloud" mining vendors out there, do others have payment issues (paying wrong amount, holds on payments, etc)? Honest question, as I haven't spent much time looking at the other vendors, but it seems like it is more of a recurring issue for GAW than others. It seems a large part of this is there strange casino style "mining" where you bought something that was artificially tied to the rate of a different pools payouts, but without actually mining there. Seems like it is more work for GAW, than just creating "RandomHashlet" and assigning a random payout using a provably fair method (ala any number of the bitcoin gambling sites).

Also, what is the legality of changing your TOS for a contracted miner i've already bought? Meaning, can they really just change the terms as they see fit on something I have already paid for? Isn't that a breach of contract? If you look at the mobile space (Verizon, ATT, etc) they can't just decide to change the terms on existing subscribers. Thats why some people have unlimited plans still, even though the mobiles no longer sell them. I just wonder if GAW has kept date stamped copies of the TOS and kept track of which miners apply to which version. Or maybe the laws are different, and they can just change the terms on the fly, with no repercussions.

[Edit: Fix spelling errors]

Of course not! It's not rocket science to build a system that credits numbers correctly. For example, we can count the number of users affected with any payout issue in one hand. Smiley

-Sahra

And your service keeps getting better, that's the only reason I have 50% of my payouts auto reinvest.

Lol wait...you are reinvesting in GAW still?

No look at the account name I was responding to.  It's hashie.co official account.

My mistake sir, my "lol" has been taken back. Does Hashie have proof of their hardware? Like a link to their miners on a pool


They showed they were mining at BTCGuild but they aren't anymore.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=822446.msg9230458#msg9230458

Even if that pic isn't photoshopped, they could have simply rented 70TH off of nicehash/westhash to point it at BTCGuild for an hour. It costs less than 1btc to rent 70TH worth of power for an entire day on that site...
It proves nothing.  Undecided

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November 12, 2014, 03:11:50 AM
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so... back on topic... isn't this the gaw-hater thread? :grinning:

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so... back on topic... isn't this the gaw-hater thread? :grinning:

Yea it is...and my zen account is still locked....

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so... back on topic... isn't this the gaw-hater thread? :grinning:

Yea it is...and my zen account is still locked....

for withdrawals or... ?

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November 12, 2014, 03:38:29 AM
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so... back on topic... isn't this the gaw-hater thread? :grinning:

Yea it is...and my zen account is still locked....

for withdrawals or... ?

Yea for withdrawals, after I went public about selling off

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November 12, 2014, 03:42:55 AM
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Of all the "cloud" mining vendors out there, do others have payment issues (paying wrong amount, holds on payments, etc)? Honest question, as I haven't spent much time looking at the other vendors, but it seems like it is more of a recurring issue for GAW than others. It seems a large part of this is there strange casino style "mining" where you bought something that was artificially tied to the rate of a different pools payouts, but without actually mining there. Seems like it is more work for GAW, than just creating "RandomHashlet" and assigning a random payout using a provably fair method (ala any number of the bitcoin gambling sites).

Also, what is the legality of changing your TOS for a contracted miner i've already bought? Meaning, can they really just change the terms as they see fit on something I have already paid for? Isn't that a breach of contract? If you look at the mobile space (Verizon, ATT, etc) they can't just decide to change the terms on existing subscribers. Thats why some people have unlimited plans still, even though the mobiles no longer sell them. I just wonder if GAW has kept date stamped copies of the TOS and kept track of which miners apply to which version. Or maybe the laws are different, and they can just change the terms on the fly, with no repercussions.

[Edit: Fix spelling errors]

Of course not! It's not rocket science to build a system that credits numbers correctly. For example, we can count the number of users affected with any payout issue in one hand. Smiley

-Sahra

And your service keeps getting better, that's the only reason I have 50% of my payouts auto reinvest.

Lol wait...you are reinvesting in GAW still?

No look at the account name I was responding to.  It's hashie.co official account.

My mistake sir, my "lol" has been taken back. Does Hashie have proof of their hardware? Like a link to their miners on a pool


They showed they were mining at BTCGuild but they aren't anymore.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=822446.msg9230458#msg9230458

Even if that pic isn't photoshopped, they could have simply rented 70TH off of nicehash/westhash to point it at BTCGuild for an hour. It costs less than 1btc to rent 70TH worth of power for an entire day on that site...
It proves nothing.  Undecided

Good point. More of these cloud sites crawl out of the woodwork every day and each one claims to the best and the most profitable. Most of them are probably one man operations, managed and advertised by the same person.

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