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February 14, 2014, 06:07:44 PM
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Total deposited amount:   0.10518028 BTC
Equivalent hashing power:   28.0MH/s
Current bonus:   10.0%
Average bonus:   9.9%
Pending rewards:   0.00330521 BTC
Sent rewards:   0.0 BTC

Account value: 0.0066 Sell account
The account value takes in consideration the fiat value of the deposits, the payouts already made, the management costs and the current BTC USD value.

what does this mean?
that i can sell for 0.0066 or 0.0066 + 0.10518028

That pyraming will buy it back for 0.0066 BTC.

Good luck!!  I been trying to sell for 2 weeks!!

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February 14, 2014, 08:07:14 PM
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I enter my address to sign message (my payout address) & I_sell_account_XXX_for_0.4125_BTC

And I get invalid signature?

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Hi Pyramining !
I had the same problem;
I did copy / paste with the "payout address" + "I_sell_account_xxxxxxxx_for_0.0422_BTC" without spaces.

he says "invalid signature" ... Please write a sample string
thanks
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February 14, 2014, 11:45:20 PM
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I enter my address to sign message (my payout address) & I_sell_account_XXX_for_0.4125_BTC

And I get invalid signature?

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Hi Pyramining !
I had the same problem;
I did copy / paste with the "payout address" + "I_sell_account_xxxxxxxx_for_0.0422_BTC" without spaces.

he says "invalid signature" ... Please write a sample string
thanks
Did you sign a message and post the encrypted form in the box?
You need to sign a message with your payout address to confirm that you control that address.
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February 15, 2014, 12:29:47 AM
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I enter my address to sign message (my payout address) & I_sell_account_XXX_for_0.4125_BTC

And I get invalid signature?

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Hi Pyramining !
I had the same problem;
I did copy / paste with the "payout address" + "I_sell_account_xxxxxxxx_for_0.0422_BTC" without spaces.

he says "invalid signature" ... Please write a sample string
thanks
Did you sign a message and post the encrypted form in the box?
You need to sign a message with your payout address to confirm that you control that address.


Sure, I do
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February 15, 2014, 12:45:35 AM
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I enter my address to sign message (my payout address) & I_sell_account_XXX_for_0.4125_BTC

And I get invalid signature?

Help

Hi Pyramining !
I had the same problem;
I did copy / paste with the "payout address" + "I_sell_account_xxxxxxxx_for_0.0422_BTC" without spaces.

he says "invalid signature" ... Please write a sample string
thanks
Did you sign a message and post the encrypted form in the box?
You need to sign a message with your payout address to confirm that you control that address.


Sure, I do
=1391714105]
I enter my address to sign message (my payout address) & I_sell_account_XXX_for_0.4125_BTC

And I get invalid signature?

Help

Hi Pyramining !
I had the same problem;
I did copy / paste with the "payout address" + "I_sell_account_xxxxxxxx_for_0.0422_BTC" without spaces.

he says "invalid signature" ... Please write a sample string
thanks
Did you sign a message and post the encrypted form in the box?
You need to sign a message with your payout address to confirm that you control that address.



Sure, I do
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Did you include your payout address in the message?
My interpretation of the instructions is to NOT include. Sign a message with only the I sell yada yada.
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February 15, 2014, 01:12:28 PM
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I enter my address to sign message (my payout address) & I_sell_account_XXX_for_0.4125_BTC

And I get invalid signature?

Help

Hi Pyramining !
I had the same problem;
I did copy / paste with the "payout address" + "I_sell_account_xxxxxxxx_for_0.0422_BTC" without spaces.

he says "invalid signature" ... Please write a sample string
thanks
Did you sign a message and post the encrypted form in the box?
You need to sign a message with your payout address to confirm that you control that address.


Sure, I do
=1391714105]
I enter my address to sign message (my payout address) & I_sell_account_XXX_for_0.4125_BTC

And I get invalid signature?

Help

Hi Pyramining !
I had the same problem;
I did copy / paste with the "payout address" + "I_sell_account_xxxxxxxx_for_0.0422_BTC" without spaces.

he says "invalid signature" ... Please write a sample string
thanks
Did you sign a message and post the encrypted form in the box?
You need to sign a message with your payout address to confirm that you control that address.


Sure, I do
Did you include your payout address in the message?
My interpretation of the instructions is to NOT include. Sign a message with only the I sell yada yada.
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HEY PYRAMINING!!! HOW CAN WE DO IT?Huh
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February 15, 2014, 06:46:02 PM
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I enter my address to sign message (my payout address) & I_sell_account_XXX_for_0.4125_BTC

And I get invalid signature?

Help

Hi Pyramining !
I had the same problem;
I did copy / paste with the "payout address" + "I_sell_account_xxxxxxxx_for_0.0422_BTC" without spaces.

he says "invalid signature" ... Please write a sample string
thanks
Did you sign a message and post the encrypted form in the box?
You need to sign a message with your payout address to confirm that you control that address.


Sure, I do
=1391714105]
I enter my address to sign message (my payout address) & I_sell_account_XXX_for_0.4125_BTC

And I get invalid signature?

Help

Hi Pyramining !
I had the same problem;
I did copy / paste with the "payout address" + "I_sell_account_xxxxxxxx_for_0.0422_BTC" without spaces.

he says "invalid signature" ... Please write a sample string
thanks
Did you sign a message and post the encrypted form in the box?
You need to sign a message with your payout address to confirm that you control that address.


Sure, I do
Did you include your payout address in the message?
My interpretation of the instructions is to NOT include. Sign a message with only the I sell yada yada.

HEY PYRAMINING!!! HOW CAN WE DO IT?Huh

[/quote]
It is explained very clearly on the sell page.

If your not going to at least attempt what I suggest, then go back and look for pyraminings post regarding this. He answered the same question when he first implemented this option.
You NEED to use the bitcoin-qt client, or any other option that will let you create and sign a message with the private key to your payout address. All that should be in the message is the "i sell yada yada" line that asks you to copy paste. Make sure there are no leading or following spaces. DO NOT INCLUDE YOUR ADDRESS IN THE MESSAGE. Then post the encrypted form of said message in the field on the sell page.

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February 15, 2014, 11:05:17 PM
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Wonderful, it's as difficult to sell as it it to make BTC with Pyramining!!!

Only Pyramining would make selling so difficult only programmers can do it...figures!!

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February 15, 2014, 11:08:48 PM
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Wonderful, it's as difficult to sell as it it to make BTC with Pyramining!!!

Only Pyramining would make selling so difficult only programmers can do it...figures!!

Actually it is using a method of bitcoin... so instead rage to your wallet developer for not making signing a staple of the wallet.

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February 15, 2014, 11:54:52 PM
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Wonderful, it's as difficult to sell as it it to make BTC with Pyramining!!!

Only Pyramining would make selling so difficult only programmers can do it...figures!!

Actually it is using a method of bitcoin... so instead rage to your wallet developer for not making signing a staple of the wallet.

And THIS is one of the reasons Bitcoin is still (and will remain) in it's infancy!!  I'm fairly computer/program literate but I don't fully speak the language. I'm involved in 5-6 mining operations and Pyramining is by far HANDS DOWN the most difficult to withdrawal funds.  I believe this is not an accident!!

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February 15, 2014, 11:58:20 PM
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Wonderful, it's as difficult to sell as it it to make BTC with Pyramining!!!

Only Pyramining would make selling so difficult only programmers can do it...figures!!
Its actually quite easy. You choose which address to use, fill the message field and bam it's signed.

The difficulty  is on you not pyra or the bitcoin-qt developers.
Instead of reading the instructions and then asking questions about what you don't understand you ignore my attempts to help and then rage at pyra about it.
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February 16, 2014, 12:02:43 AM
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I have been requesting assistance, PM since thread 114!!!  And why is this so difficult? What's wrong with a simple sell with authentication?  Also have YOU tried to sell?  I bet it won't work!!

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February 16, 2014, 12:05:39 AM
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Wonderful, it's as difficult to sell as it it to make BTC with Pyramining!!!

Only Pyramining would make selling so difficult only programmers can do it...figures!!

Actually it is using a method of bitcoin... so instead rage to your wallet developer for not making signing a staple of the wallet.

And THIS is one of the reasons Bitcoin is still (and will remain) in it's infancy!!  I'm fairly computer/program literate but I don't fully speak the language. I'm involved in 5-6 mining operations and Pyramining is by far HANDS DOWN the most difficult to withdrawal funds.  I believe this is not an accident!!
No it is not an accident, Its how he chose to run things.
All funds are turned into hardware, at least that's the design.
You should have known that going in. If you didn't, we have discussed that many times in this thread.

Considering the delay in bringing new power online he chose to offer the sell service. He is coming out of his own pocket to provide it.
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February 16, 2014, 12:11:00 AM
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I have been requesting assistance, PM since thread 114!!!  And why is this so difficult? What's wrong with a simple sell with authentication?  Also have YOU tried to sell?  I bet it won't work!!
I have not because I am going in it for the long haul.
I am a seasoned investor/trader I know not to put the rent/milk money on red.
It seemingly was easy. He implemented it rather quickly and so far you seem to be the only one bitching about how hard it is. Others had a problem, asked, got an answer and moved on.
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February 16, 2014, 12:13:38 AM
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... It seemingly was easy. He implemented it rather quickly and so far you seem to be the only one bitching about how hard it is. Others had a problem, asked, got an answer and moved on.
Wouldn't surprise me if he isn't selecting the correct withdrawal address, and trying to sign with whatever the wallet had highlighted at the time, at this point...

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February 16, 2014, 12:24:46 AM
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... It seemingly was easy. He implemented it rather quickly and so far you seem to be the only one bitching about how hard it is. Others had a problem, asked, got an answer and moved on.
Wouldn't surprise me if he isn't selecting the correct withdrawal address, and trying to sign with whatever the wallet had highlighted at the time, at this point...

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Amazing, all of you are talking with such certitude on the ease and success of withdrawal and NONE of you have attempted yourselves!!  Such arrogance!!   Second there are about 5 people having the same problem

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February 16, 2014, 12:27:07 AM
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... It seemingly was easy. He implemented it rather quickly and so far you seem to be the only one bitching about how hard it is. Others had a problem, asked, got an answer and moved on.
Wouldn't surprise me if he isn't selecting the correct withdrawal address, and trying to sign with whatever the wallet had highlighted at the time, at this point...

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I think your confused. The selecting an address for a signed message is done by the person in control of that address. This is done in the bitcoin client.
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February 16, 2014, 12:32:17 AM
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... It seemingly was easy. He implemented it rather quickly and so far you seem to be the only one bitching about how hard it is. Others had a problem, asked, got an answer and moved on.
Wouldn't surprise me if he isn't selecting the correct withdrawal address, and trying to sign with whatever the wallet had highlighted at the time, at this point...

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I think your confused. The selecting an address for a signed message is done by the person in control of that address. This is done in the bitcoin client.
I'm not confused, and that was precisely what I was talking about. Smiley

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February 16, 2014, 01:06:48 AM
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... It seemingly was easy. He implemented it rather quickly and so far you seem to be the only one bitching about how hard it is. Others had a problem, asked, got an answer and moved on.
Wouldn't surprise me if he isn't selecting the correct withdrawal address, and trying to sign with whatever the wallet had highlighted at the time, at this point...

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I think your confused. The selecting an address for a signed message is done by the person in control of that address. This is done in the bitcoin client.
I'm not confused, and that was precisely what I was talking about. Smiley

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My apologies.
My bet is he/she is entering address+isellyadabla in the box and hitting confirm. I doubt they have signed a message at all.
And instead of asking what and how do I sign, they bitch.
Not to mention they brought up how many mines they are a part of and how computer literate they are. Typical move by someone when they can't admit or see they are clearly missing something
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February 16, 2014, 01:18:48 AM
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My bet is he/she is entering address+isellyadabla in the box and hitting confirm. I doubt they have signed a message at all.
And instead of asking what and how do I sign, they bitch.
Not to mention they brought up how many mines they are a part of and how computer literate they are. Typical move by someone when they can't admit or see they are clearly missing something
Could be... I don't have a throw-away account to test myself, but signing is pretty much straightforward...

On a side-note, I noticed the homepage has all the info taken off of it, leaving just the login bug... and I can't see a list of referral addresses anymore...

Hoping this is just temporary until the new hardware is back online, and that our old referrals will still work.

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