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September 01, 2014, 05:28:27 AM
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Well, I purchased a zenhashlet 24 hours ago, and for the last 24-hours, the 24h payout is 0.0000 BTC. It has been hashing at 1 MH constantly for the last 24-hours.

Some have said that it takes a few hours for the payout to change, but its been an entire day.

Any help?
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September 01, 2014, 09:14:59 PM
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Perhaps you purchased it right after payout time. I would recommend opening up a ticket with GAW just to double check that everything is going smoothly! Smiley
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September 02, 2014, 06:46:09 AM
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I have several hashlets. If you added yours after 9am EST, you probably won't see the number change until the following day. You can expect to see your first payout prorated for what it actually did hash. On two of my hashlets, the payout on day two was a combined payment for the partial day and the first full day - received those on the morning of the 3rd day.

Well, I purchased a zenhashlet 24 hours ago, and for the last 24-hours, the 24h payout is 0.0000 BTC. It has been hashing at 1 MH constantly for the last 24-hours.

Some have said that it takes a few hours for the payout to change, but its been an entire day.

Any help?

I know you believe you understand what you think I said, but I am not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant.
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September 02, 2014, 12:30:47 PM
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It takes about 1-2 days to get the balance updated correctly, I have a few MH in zen hashlets and they work fine.
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September 02, 2014, 01:01:33 PM
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Yeah you have to wait a couple of days for someone to care at gaw, then if you're lucky, the software might actually work and calculate correctly. After a few days, they'll tinker with the software, again, your payment will be missed, and you'll get a double maintenance fee. But wait, there's more... You can try to post at hashtalk about your experience, but your post will get deleted. After that, the sock puppets and shill accounts will appear and you'll be told everything is gawesome and you should be lucky to even have the privilege to give someone else your money.  A month later you'll be wondering why you became a customer in the first place with the rest of us. 

Wait, in a few posts or less someone with a signature for GAW will post saying there's no proof of unhappy customers, that gaw is gawesome, and the hashlet will remain profitable forever because Josh said so.  Roll Eyes



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September 02, 2014, 02:03:57 PM
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Ok, I can back you up on some of that. They do have shill posting on their forum, they have paid cheerleaders, they do have some serious bugs at random times, it is almost impossible to get customer service and when you do - it will be mostly lip service instead of customer service with some very nice exceptions, and they do delete a lot of complaint posts - I've seen it happen and I've had it happen to me.

Yeah you have to wait a couple of days for someone to care at gaw, then if you're lucky, the software might actually work and calculate correctly. After a few days, they'll tinker with the software, again, your payment will be missed, and you'll get a double maintenance fee. But wait, there's more... You can try to post at hashtalk about your experience, but your post will get deleted. After that, the sock puppets and shill accounts will appear and you'll be told everything is gawesome and you should be lucky to even have the privilege to give someone else your money.  A month later you'll be wondering why you became a customer in the first place with the rest of us. 

Wait, in a few posts or less someone with a signature for GAW will post saying there's no proof of unhappy customers, that gaw is gawesome, and the hashlet will remain profitable forever because Josh said so.  Roll Eyes

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September 02, 2014, 02:20:56 PM
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Yeah you have to wait a couple of days for someone to care at gaw, then if you're lucky, the software might actually work and calculate correctly. After a few days, they'll tinker with the software, again, your payment will be missed, and you'll get a double maintenance fee. But wait, there's more... You can try to post at hashtalk about your experience, but your post will get deleted. After that, the sock puppets and shill accounts will appear and you'll be told everything is gawesome and you should be lucky to even have the privilege to give someone else your money.  A month later you'll be wondering why you became a customer in the first place with the rest of us. 

Wait, in a few posts or less someone with a signature for GAW will post saying there's no proof of unhappy customers, that gaw is gawesome, and the hashlet will remain profitable forever because Josh said so.  Roll Eyes

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September 02, 2014, 11:10:27 PM
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Yeah you have to wait a couple of days for someone to care at gaw, then if you're lucky, the software might actually work and calculate correctly. After a few days, they'll tinker with the software, again, your payment will be missed, and you'll get a double maintenance fee. But wait, there's more... You can try to post at hashtalk about your experience, but your post will get deleted. After that, the sock puppets and shill accounts will appear and you'll be told everything is gawesome and you should be lucky to even have the privilege to give someone else your money.  A month later you'll be wondering why you became a customer in the first place with the rest of us. 

Wait, in a few posts or less someone with a signature for GAW will post saying there's no proof of unhappy customers, that gaw is gawesome, and the hashlet will remain profitable forever because Josh said so.  Roll Eyes

I'm regretting this purchase  Cry
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September 03, 2014, 01:37:14 AM
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hopefully soon zenminer opens up market trading then you can always sell the hashlets back. Give them sometime hopefully they will resolve all these issues
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