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May 01, 2012, 11:19:15 AM
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I registered a deepbit.net account about a week ago, and started mining with about 1000 semi-broken computers from my work place. Yes, I work with laaarggge data centers.

Deepbit.net has now locked my account, under suspicion of being a botnet (which I'm not) and, despite exchange of a couple of emails, appears to have gone silent.

Anyone know what the protocol is - looking at the forums deepbit.net is hardly fly-by-night.

But this is clearly the wild west. Can deepbit simply take my BTC?

Can anyone recommend an alternative?

Thx, Roland
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May 01, 2012, 11:48:19 AM
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You're probably better off not risking your employment.
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May 01, 2012, 11:52:43 AM
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The moral thing to do would be to send an automatic payout, THEN lock the account, but I guess they chose to keep the BTC for themselves.

Just as well, DeepBit has too much hashing power as it is.
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Wink

It's actually an interesting real proposition for companies with substantial idle computing resources and bulk (electrical) power contracts.

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