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October 21, 2017, 06:02:18 PM
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it's been 3 days 5 hours no block even the worst pools are getting something but not kano. I am giving another 24hrs after that i am going to slush. Kano pool recently have been going on and off so pool operator get your stuff well or we're off
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October 21, 2017, 08:22:49 PM
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Kano has a support thread.  You don't need to create new ones for your rant.

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October 21, 2017, 08:42:14 PM
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it's been 3 days 5 hours no block even the worst pools are getting something but not kano. I am giving another 24hrs after that i am going to slush. Kano pool recently have been going on and off so pool operator get your stuff well or we're off

Periods of bad luck can be frustrating for any miner. I suggest you have a way of managing those situations.

You claim kano has been "on and off". Do you mean to suggest it has technical difficulties? You do have your miner set up for a backup pool if the primary is not reachable, don't you?

I suggest to mine to a PPS pool if you do not have the temperament to handle periods of bad luck.
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Actually he makes a very good point..
The connectivity activity is suspicious and the so called ridiculously "bad luck" just happens to occur when the pool hash rate doubles?
Yeah right! BULLSHIT it not luck it's a scam....and a VERY clever good one!
Remember this is a guy that STEALS DUSTS...

NOW I UNDERSTAND WHY AND WHEN someone would WANT to withhold SOLVED BLOCKS..

Mine on suckers

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