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October 12, 2020, 05:13:36 AM
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Hello, why is the ZEC wallet under maintenance this week? I could only withdraw 2 times in the last week.
Thank you

Can withdraw now, please try again.

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October 15, 2020, 12:53:59 AM
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When will Z11 payouts be fixed so they payout what they should?
Currently they are only paying out 53% of what they should be, and this is before the electricity and pool fee.

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October 15, 2020, 05:00:34 PM
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Z11 is preety realistic, payout will decrease after halving, and also when no more rainny season,...but i still plan to add little each month, best miner ROI atm.
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October 19, 2020, 02:03:34 AM
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#Z15 miners now are available at https://hashnest.com/hash/shopitem?hc_id=62, the most profitable Antminer Z15, can miner #Zcash #ZEC, estimated daily profit US$22.5. Go and start your cloud mining today!
Price is US$3999 per unit. Limited quantity, fast finger first!


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October 19, 2020, 06:10:06 PM
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It's pretty tragic to watch this show. 150 units of Z11 miners in shop at 999 USDT each while the aftermarket is flooded with 150 000 USDT worth of sell orders at 675 USDT per whole unit. Only a month back miners were disappearing from the shop as if people were buying them at insanely inflated prices compared to buying them "cheap" at the market. Makes me think that admins were dumping the miners directly to the market to get revenue or a lot of people were completely braindead. Well, now there are no more buyers at the market unless they plan to hold their hashrate until the end of time or the floor price gets lowered and the market price crashes.

And the Z15? Zcash halvening is a month away and people are buying hashpower that they can't sell away at 4000 USDT each. That's quite a gamble. In the past you could buy freshly released miners from the shop and dump them at the market for crazy prices. Or you could buy hashrate, mine for several months and sell the hashrate at the same price or sometimes even higher than what you paid for. Seems those days are gone.

It's almost as if Hashnest is run by some rogue prototype artificial intelligence which is completely out of touch with reality and people are still taking part in this.
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October 19, 2020, 09:13:23 PM
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After watching the Z11 payouts for a while, my leading theory is that the maintenance fee is being multiplied against the payout twice.

For example:
Current 265 units of Z11 payout would be in the range of 0.2235 ZEC
Current maintenance fee is 31.31%, 0.2235 * (1-0.3131) = 0.1535, a number fairly close to the disbursement number Z11 overview page shows as USDT (for some reason)
The maintenance fee appears listed in addition to this at the top of the Z11 market overview.
0.2235 * (1-0.3131)^2 = 0.10545 ZEC, roughly the amount that I get in payment each 24 hrs.

I will start tracking the exact numbers to see if this is accurate.
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October 20, 2020, 06:54:32 AM
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First batch of Z15 is sold out. Thank you all for your kind support.
 
Hashrates will be credited to you account in 10 days from the date of purchase.


New batch of Z15 will be released soon. Order will be on first come first serve basis. Don't miss out!
 
Happy mining!
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October 20, 2020, 07:00:32 AM
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After watching the Z11 payouts for a while, my leading theory is that the maintenance fee is being multiplied against the payout twice.

For example:
Current 265 units of Z11 payout would be in the range of 0.2235 ZEC
Current maintenance fee is 31.31%, 0.2235 * (1-0.3131) = 0.1535, a number fairly close to the disbursement number Z11 overview page shows as USDT (for some reason)
The maintenance fee appears listed in addition to this at the top of the Z11 market overview.
0.2235 * (1-0.3131)^2 = 0.10545 ZEC, roughly the amount that I get in payment each 24 hrs.

I will start tracking the exact numbers to see if this is accurate.

Electricity fee varies according to hashrates. As many Z11 units have run more than one year, the hashrates are not enough, many units need to repair. This is the challenge of permanent hashrates. We are working on it to repair those miners. Just moving make things worse. We seek your kind understanding.

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October 21, 2020, 09:33:44 AM
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Electricity fee varies according to hashrates. As many Z11 units have run more than one year, the hashrates are not enough, many units need to repair. This is the challenge of permanent hashrates. We are working on it to repair those miners. Just moving make things worse. We seek your kind understanding.

Bitmain, your parent company, is literally the manufacturer of these units. If they're defective, you can make more to replace them or to make up the difference.

Power disruptions are one thing, but this is completely different. Are you really saying that you don't guarantee the listed hashrate of your own units that you manufactured and host in your own data centers that you have on your own hashing pool that people are buying the hashrate to on your own market?
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October 22, 2020, 12:08:55 AM
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Electricity fee varies according to hashrates. As many Z11 units have run more than one year, the hashrates are not enough, many units need to repair. This is the challenge of permanent hashrates. We are working on it to repair those miners. Just moving make things worse. We seek your kind understanding.

Bitmain, your parent company, is literally the manufacturer of these units. If they're defective, you can make more to replace them or to make up the difference.

Power disruptions are one thing, but this is completely different. Are you really saying that you don't guarantee the listed hashrate of your own units that you manufactured and host in your own data centers that you have on your own hashing pool that people are buying the hashrate to on your own market?

I agree, with income comes risk, and you already have a generous pool fee to use your own pool, plus a comfy maintenance fee.
Reducing payout and not stating about these issues until now as the reason is shady.
Backup units should be available or hashrate payout compensated against the electric fee.
Why are we paying the same electric fee if the machines or chips are burnt out??? Someone is lying.

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October 22, 2020, 03:16:57 AM
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Electricity fee varies according to hashrates. As many Z11 units have run more than one year, the hashrates are not enough, many units need to repair. This is the challenge of permanent hashrates. We are working on it to repair those miners. Just moving make things worse. We seek your kind understanding.

Bitmain, your parent company, is literally the manufacturer of these units. If they're defective, you can make more to replace them or to make up the difference.

Power disruptions are one thing, but this is completely different. Are you really saying that you don't guarantee the listed hashrate of your own units that you manufactured and host in your own data centers that you have on your own hashing pool that people are buying the hashrate to on your own market?

I agree, with income comes risk, and you already have a generous pool fee to use your own pool, plus a comfy maintenance fee.
Reducing payout and not stating about these issues until now as the reason is shady.
Backup units should be available or hashrate payout compensated against the electric fee.
Why are we paying the same electric fee if the machines or chips are burnt out??? Someone is lying.


Sure, you don't need to pay the electricity fee of damaged chips. You can check your transactions. The electricity fee is different, it varies with the hashrates.

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October 22, 2020, 03:19:11 AM
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Electricity fee varies according to hashrates. As many Z11 units have run more than one year, the hashrates are not enough, many units need to repair. This is the challenge of permanent hashrates. We are working on it to repair those miners. Just moving make things worse. We seek your kind understanding.

Bitmain, your parent company, is literally the manufacturer of these units. If they're defective, you can make more to replace them or to make up the difference.

Power disruptions are one thing, but this is completely different. Are you really saying that you don't guarantee the listed hashrate of your own units that you manufactured and host in your own data centers that you have on your own hashing pool that people are buying the hashrate to on your own market?

Yes, you said it is a company, when those Z11 miners are out of warranty, no company will replace it free. So we are repairing them.

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October 22, 2020, 03:20:16 AM
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Z15 is now restocked!

Price: USD 3999

Hashrates credited in 10 days from date of purchase.

Now you see it, later you don’t. So don’t miss out another opportunity to get the most anticipated miner of the year: https://www.hashnest.com/hash/shopitem?hc_id=62


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October 22, 2020, 06:34:01 AM
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Hello, I saw this new opportunity in hashnest "ETH GPU RX590".
The profit simulator is wrong isn't it?

31mh / s = 15 usd  per day is it possible?
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October 22, 2020, 02:26:09 PM
Last edit: October 22, 2020, 10:50:14 PM by PeaMine
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Electricity fee varies according to hashrates. As many Z11 units have run more than one year, the hashrates are not enough, many units need to repair. This is the challenge of permanent hashrates. We are working on it to repair those miners. Just moving make things worse. We seek your kind understanding.

Bitmain, your parent company, is literally the manufacturer of these units. If they're defective, you can make more to replace them or to make up the difference.

Power disruptions are one thing, but this is completely different. Are you really saying that you don't guarantee the listed hashrate of your own units that you manufactured and host in your own data centers that you have on your own hashing pool that people are buying the hashrate to on your own market?

I agree, with income comes risk, and you already have a generous pool fee to use your own pool, plus a comfy maintenance fee.
Reducing payout and not stating about these issues until now as the reason is shady.
Backup units should be available or hashrate payout compensated against the electric fee.
Why are we paying the same electric fee if the machines or chips are burnt out??? Someone is lying.


Sure, you don't need to pay the electricity fee of damaged chips. You can check your transactions. The electricity fee is different, it varies with the hashrates.

My transactions show I'm paying the same in maintenance as I was 2 months ago.
Normally I would say perhaps I bought and sold shares, but since there is no exchange now I haven't been able to do that.

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October 23, 2020, 10:29:35 PM
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Z15 is now restocked!
Price: USD 3999
Hashrates credited in 10 days from date of purchase.
10 Days to wait, and in 25 days is the ZCash Halving.
It will be hard to pay back 4k Dollars.
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October 24, 2020, 01:25:47 AM
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I personally think it will still be one of the more profitable asics.
However, we'd need it to be steady and fully delivered as stated with very high uptime to make it worth it before they become worthless.
Though the S19 Pro isn't too bad either.
That is a big risk though, it would be nice if shares were available earlier, even at a higher price.

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October 24, 2020, 10:26:00 AM
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I personally think it will still be one of the more profitable asics.
However, we'd need it to be steady and fully delivered as stated with very high uptime to make it worth it before they become worthless.
Though the S19 Pro isn't too bad either.
That is a big risk though, it would be nice if shares were available earlier, even at a higher price.


I agree, selling and buying hashing fractions can make this market more attractive.
The same also applies to the purchase and sale of the new cards to mine ethereum: activating a trading market, it could be of interest to an investor like me, 229usd for 31mh / s is 0.6usd per day, but without being able to resell your hashing l investment cannot be profitable.
The hashing fraction market makes hashnest more interesting than other cloud miners, if it no longer exists, hashnest loses interest.
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October 26, 2020, 10:10:17 AM
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Hello, I saw this new opportunity in hashnest "ETH GPU RX590".
The profit simulator is wrong isn't it?

31mh / s = 15 usd  per day is it possible?


We have fixed it, now you can see the right payout.

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October 26, 2020, 06:53:04 PM
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Welp, looks like old hashnest missed yet another payout of z11 today........ the 26th Woops?


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