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May 30, 2013, 05:57:53 PM
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Wtf 2000 btc he will never see again. Damn it's good to be a scammer

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May 30, 2013, 06:12:02 PM
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Wtf 2000 btc he will never see again. Damn it's good to be a scammer

How do you know? if they get a bunch of asics they can get it back to a couple months. I mean they are still mining with gpus so yeah that will take forever, but if they get asics they be back on track in no time.

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May 30, 2013, 08:23:02 PM
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Wtf 2000 btc he will never see again. Damn it's good to be a scammer

How do you know? if they get a bunch of asics they can get it back to a couple months. I mean they are still mining with gpas so yeah that will take forever, but if they get asics they be back on track in no time.

Iam still very much disappointed because there are no news and no anything from him..

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May 30, 2013, 09:51:20 PM
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Wtf 2000 btc he will never see again. Damn it's good to be a scammer

How do you know? if they get a bunch of asics they can get it back to a couple months. I mean they are still mining with gpas so yeah that will take forever, but if they get asics they be back on track in no time.

Iam still very much disappointed because there are no news and no anything from him..
That's the thing...the OP doesn't come here and tell anything, he said he was in contact with burnin or someone but after that he didn't say a word.

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May 30, 2013, 10:39:11 PM
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Am I the only one who does not understand why is bitpop writing in this thread?
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May 31, 2013, 12:31:31 AM
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Am I the only one who does not understand why is bitpop writing in this thread?
Don't be a thread elitist please.

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May 31, 2013, 12:59:13 AM
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Wtf 2000 btc he will never see again. Damn it's good to be a scammer

How do you know? if they get a bunch of asics they can get it back to a couple months. I mean they are still mining with gpas so yeah that will take forever, but if they get asics they be back on track in no time.

Iam still very much disappointed because there are no news and no anything from him..
That's the thing...the OP doesn't come here and tell anything, he said he was in contact with burnin or someone but after that he didn't say a word.

That is his style, he has never been super vocal and really. Also he maybe keeping certain things a trade secret, it took us a while to get pictures of the GPU's he is mining with. So I think that OP's nature, but I have faith in his ability to get ASIC.

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May 31, 2013, 04:37:46 AM
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There are pictures of the current RIG? Where are they?

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May 31, 2013, 05:06:09 AM
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I don't know... I have about 38 btc invested with them. I know that bitcoins aren't secure with anybody and unless we know somebody in person we can't trust them 100%. I think that pyramining is faithful, but if I loose everything, I already knew the chances when I deposited.

I believe bitcoin will get better, but just have to hold them for now Sad
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May 31, 2013, 02:25:43 PM
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I'm selling my pyramining account to highest bidder if I get some serious bids for it.
 I deposited 10 bitcoins from start.
I have got 1,7 BTC back so far.
so 8,3 + bonus BTCs is still to come.
 for break even 85 months
 complete reward 94 months
I trust Pyramining and all that, but things have changed and I need to get some coins now.
So if some serious bids or if pyramining want to buy it back for a good price, then pm me..

Did you get any offers?
I also intend to sell off my pyramining accounts .

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May 31, 2013, 08:43:29 PM
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I´ve PMed Pyramining something like last April days. I have a trouble with one of my accounts, with an Instawallet payout address, and asked for some solution.  He answered me 10 days ago,  asking forgiveness for the delay. He said he is being very very very very busy with ASIC r&d in these days. If he is not answering, i believe is because he is really working hard to get ASIC working,
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June 01, 2013, 10:49:36 AM
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I'm selling my pyramining account to highest bidder if I get some serious bids for it.
 I deposited 10 bitcoins from start.
I have got 1,7 BTC back so far.
so 8,3 + bonus BTCs is still to come.
 for break even 85 months
 complete reward 94 months
I trust Pyramining and all that, but things have changed and I need to get some coins now.
So if some serious bids or if pyramining want to buy it back for a good price, then pm me..
Did you get any offers?
I also intend to sell off my pyramining accounts.
It would be useful to know the size of your account for prospective buyers, if it's small enough I might make a lowball offer on it.

I´ve PMed Pyramining something like last April days. I have a trouble with one of my accounts, with an Instawallet payout address, and asked for some solution.  He answered me 10 days ago,  asking forgiveness for the delay. He said he is being very very very very busy with ASIC r&d in these days. If he is not answering, i believe is because he is really working hard to get ASIC working,
+1, I'd imagine this to be fairly likely at the very least, as Avalon, BFL, ASICMiner, bASIC, and everyone else have shown, it takes a lot and it's pretty easy to get delayed by seemingly unlikely things. I do imagine a response will come eventually, but there's probably extra messages coming in right now from people who want to repeatedly ask about the ASICs, ask dumb questions, or account changes.
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June 04, 2013, 01:05:11 PM
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me too , if i find interesting offers i would selling my pyramining account, since i now needs the money. i have absolutely faith in pyramining, but i'm telling again , i need the money so i could think to sell the account if i get a good offer.

i currently have


Deposited amount

1 btc

completion

0.9%

AND FOR ASIC STRUCTURE

2.14101111 BTC




Break even:   ~ 85 months
Complete reward:   ~ 93 months
Current infrastructure:   11.18 MH/BTC
New infrastructure:   ~ 50.68 MH/BTC
ASIC infrastructure:   ~ 1428 MH/BTC

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June 04, 2013, 01:33:47 PM
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Small correction: 2 persons deposited 2000 BTC each or 1 person deposited 4000 BTC on two 2000 BTC deposits.
Both deposits used my referral links.

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June 05, 2013, 07:45:42 AM
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Just made an account and deposited all of my 2.2 btc into it.
Seems that its going to take a LONG time to make back my coins.
Wish the page had a bit more information on what it does and how long it will take to get your money back Sad

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June 05, 2013, 07:48:29 AM
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Just made an account and deposited all of my 2.2 btc into it.
Seems that its going to take a LONG time to make back my coins.
Wish the page had a bit more information on what it does and how long it will take to get your money back Sad
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you can find a calculator and some information on how to maximize your profit and minimize return time.

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June 05, 2013, 09:27:13 AM
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Whoa hold up, I deposited over the threshold for ASIC hashes, why does it show regular hashes?

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June 05, 2013, 11:11:11 AM
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Whoa hold up, I deposited over the threshold for ASIC hashes, why does it show regular hashes?
Have you made sure your deposit has 8 digits and ends wit four ones? like 2.73641111?
It's explained for example on the front page of pyramining.
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June 05, 2013, 11:14:19 AM
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I'm selling my pyramining account to highest bidder if I get some serious bids for it.
 I deposited 10 bitcoins from start.
I have got 1,7 BTC back so far.
so 8,3 + bonus BTCs is still to come.
 for break even 85 months
 complete reward 94 months
I trust Pyramining and all that, but things have changed and I need to get some coins now.
So if some serious bids or if pyramining want to buy it back for a good price, then pm me..

Did you get any offers?
I also intend to sell off my pyramining accounts .

I would also like to know, I'm thinking of selling my ASIC deposit of BTC13.22221111 because I would like to have access to it again. If anyone is interested let me know.
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June 05, 2013, 11:55:28 AM
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Whoa hold up, I deposited over the threshold for ASIC hashes, why does it show regular hashes?
Have you made sure your deposit has 8 digits and ends wit four ones? like 2.73641111?
It's explained for example on the front page of pyramining.
Oh hamburgers.
I didnt read that correctly. Well that sucks, but is my fault Sad

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