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November 24, 2014, 01:15:28 AM
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It clicked with me and the $6.95 HashletMulti's I have (14 gh/s) won't even go as an offer on their "market" (which doesn't actually seem to work at all unless you're buying) for $4.00. So, I guess my $80 is gone along with the other thousands of people who can't sell their hashlets and have had their accounts forcefully put into 2fa without permission in order to withdraw bitcoins. At least I only did a little $80 trial run lol, but I sure could have used that to buy some decent services!
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November 24, 2014, 01:34:49 AM
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It clicked with me and the $6.95 HashletMulti's I have (14 gh/s) won't even go as an offer on their "market" (which doesn't actually seem to work at all unless you're buying) for $4.00. So, I guess my $80 is gone along with the other thousands of people who can't sell their hashlets and have had their accounts forcefully put into 2fa without permission in order to withdraw bitcoins. At least I only did a little $80 trial run lol, but I sure could have used that to buy some decent services!

Please keep in mind there is a known issue that you can't see your own hashlets on the Market when you list them. Not sure if that's what you're experiencing.

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November 24, 2014, 01:01:34 PM
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Unless you believe in PayCoin, there's not really a reason to buy any hashlet at the moment:

https://ltcgearcalc.com/hashlets-vs-ltcgear.php

If you bought them early on (Aug/Sept) I think most people made full return/profit and hopefully sold them for more... but with the fees they charge and what 1MH/s gets you right now... probably best off to wait for a new generation of product.

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November 26, 2014, 11:09:22 PM
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Unless you believe in PayCoin, there's not really a reason to buy any hashlet at the moment:

https://ltcgearcalc.com/hashlets-vs-ltcgear.php

If you bought them early on (Aug/Sept) I think most people made full return/profit and hopefully sold them for more... but with the fees they charge and what 1MH/s gets you right now... probably best off to wait for a new generation of product.


It is very unprofessional for a company to bash it's competition. The fact alone that LTCgear is saying negative things about one of their competitors is reason enough to not invest in their "service"

I also think that LTCgear is almost certainly a scam/ponzi as they literally popped up out of nowhere with probably a hundred shills advertising their site
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November 27, 2014, 03:06:43 AM
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Unless you believe in PayCoin, there's not really a reason to buy any hashlet at the moment:

https://ltcgearcalc.com/hashlets-vs-ltcgear.php

If you bought them early on (Aug/Sept) I think most people made full return/profit and hopefully sold them for more... but with the fees they charge and what 1MH/s gets you right now... probably best off to wait for a new generation of product.


It is very unprofessional for a company to bash it's competition. The fact alone that LTCgear is saying negative things about one of their competitors is reason enough to not invest in their "service"

I also think that LTCgear is almost certainly a scam/ponzi as they literally popped up out of nowhere with probably a hundred shills advertising their site

LTCGear is not affiliated with ltcgearcalc.com that is a third party ran site.  The owner of LTCGear only posts on LTCGear and hasn't been on any of the forums since at least last year. Also LTCGear has been around almost 6 months before GAW existed so they didn't just pop up out of no where.
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November 29, 2014, 10:16:40 AM
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I've owned a ZenMiner Hashlet (1Mh/s) for eighteen days. I've earned a grand total of eleven cents. Worth it? Not particularly. I didn't pay for it, as I won it in a contest, but the fact remains that even paying the current ZenMarket low of $3.78, one would be looking at an ROI period of more than six-hundred days at current difficulty.


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November 29, 2014, 10:19:55 AM
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Unless you believe in PayCoin, there's not really a reason to buy any hashlet at the moment:

https://ltcgearcalc.com/hashlets-vs-ltcgear.php

If you bought them early on (Aug/Sept) I think most people made full return/profit and hopefully sold them for more... but with the fees they charge and what 1MH/s gets you right now... probably best off to wait for a new generation of product.


It is very unprofessional for a company to bash it's competition. The fact alone that LTCgear is saying negative things about one of their competitors is reason enough to not invest in their "service"

I also think that LTCgear is almost certainly a scam/ponzi as they literally popped up out of nowhere with probably a hundred shills advertising their site

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November 29, 2014, 10:29:06 AM
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Unless you believe in PayCoin, there's not really a reason to buy any hashlet at the moment:

https://ltcgearcalc.com/hashlets-vs-ltcgear.php

If you bought them early on (Aug/Sept) I think most people made full return/profit and hopefully sold them for more... but with the fees they charge and what 1MH/s gets you right now... probably best off to wait for a new generation of product.


It is very unprofessional for a company to bash it's competition. The fact alone that LTCgear is saying negative things about one of their competitors is reason enough to not invest in their "service"

I also think that LTCgear is almost certainly a scam/ponzi as they literally popped up out of nowhere with probably a hundred shills advertising their site

awwwww poor baby we got a gaw cock sucker in here

Aww... Poor baby, we have an immature person in here.

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December 05, 2014, 08:38:32 AM
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Great thread, keep up the good work!
I see jimmothy is at it again, ripping new asshole. Smiley
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December 05, 2014, 08:40:05 AM
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No. The pump 'n dump is over. Thx.

Oh and please keep LTC Gear posts out of this thread. Its really not in 'our' interests. Let the noobs be noobs.

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December 05, 2014, 03:29:24 PM
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No. The pump 'n dump is over. Thx.

Oh and please keep LTC Gear posts out of this thread. Its really not in 'our' interests. Let the noobs be noobs.

God no - Don't want to be doing any more snot wiping every time the difficulty goes up  Smiley

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December 05, 2014, 06:56:50 PM
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Gotta love that ridiculous maintenance fee...

Its bad as it is, when you try to sell a hashlet on the marketplace..
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December 05, 2014, 07:13:36 PM
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No. The pump 'n dump is over. Thx.

Oh and please keep LTC Gear posts out of this thread. Its really not in 'our' interests. Let the noobs be noobs.

Too late.
You're already pushing your ltcscam in every cloud mining thread.
I'd also like to congratulate you on your rich trust profile.  Are all cloud mining pushers also scammers?

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December 05, 2014, 07:52:28 PM
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Gotta love that ridiculous maintenance fee...

Its bad as it is, when you try to sell a hashlet on the marketplace..

Ya i bought a cleverbot solo hashlet just to check it out for the last week this is how the activity log looks like....

Device Name
    xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (CleverHashlet)
Power
    1 MH
BTC Payout
    0.00021081 BTC
Maintenance Fee
    -0.00021080 BTC

so thats a grand total of 0.00000001 BTC in 24 hours of mining what a fucking joke.... I can lick one faucet and make more in 5 seconds

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December 06, 2014, 02:51:13 AM
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Are haslets worth it? I would say no look at the response from others like this https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=875487.0

Too many are pretty upset with GAW. I would just move on to a legit cloud service site like bitmain provides called hashnest.
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December 06, 2014, 03:43:51 AM
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Gotta love that ridiculous maintenance fee...

Its bad as it is, when you try to sell a hashlet on the marketplace..

Ya i bought a cleverbot solo hashlet just to check it out for the last week this is how the activity log looks like....

Device Name
    xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (CleverHashlet)
Power
    1 MH
BTC Payout
    0.00021081 BTC
Maintenance Fee
    -0.00021080 BTC

so thats a grand total of 0.00000001 BTC in 24 hours of mining what a fucking joke.... I can lick one faucet and make more in 5 seconds
LOL this is an amazing point I haven't even seen on any other threads.
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December 06, 2014, 03:45:18 AM
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Are haslets worth it? I would say no look at the response from others like this https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=875487.0

Too many are pretty upset with GAW. I would just move on to a legit cloud service site like bitmain provides called hashnest.

Bitmain indirectly provides hash power to GAW, because that's where they bought the miners.

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December 06, 2014, 03:47:22 AM
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Are haslets worth it? I would say no look at the response from others like this https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=875487.0

Too many are pretty upset with GAW. I would just move on to a legit cloud service site like bitmain provides called hashnest.

Bitmain indirectly provides hash power to GAW, because that's where they bought the miners.

And your point is? Buy Hashnest and skip the middleman or what?

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December 06, 2014, 03:54:45 AM
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Are haslets worth it? I would say no look at the response from others like this https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=875487.0

Too many are pretty upset with GAW. I would just move on to a legit cloud service site like bitmain provides called hashnest.

Bitmain indirectly provides hash power to GAW, because that's where they bought the miners.

And your point is? Buy Hashnest and skip the middleman or what?

The point is all cloud minings are comparable. They share hardware and use the same tactics to get cash from people. Sending someone from one to another is pointless because none of them are profitable or worth the risk.

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December 06, 2014, 04:04:45 AM
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And your point is? Buy Hashnest and skip the middleman or what?

Why would you want a middleman in the chain making a profit off you? Of course it's better to skip the middlemen, regardless of what those middlemen say or do to make you think otherwise.

Middlemen are generally parasites, regardless of the industry.
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