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July 11, 2012, 10:16:24 PM
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Hello, we are interesting in renting your Bitcoin mining computers.. with us you will earn approx - 25% more than bitcoin. if interesting please contact us:
vitaliy.www@gmail.com
skype: vitaliy_www
ICQ:160034117

We pay by PAYPAL or Webmoney..
thank you.


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July 11, 2012, 10:27:58 PM
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Hello, we are interesting in renting your Bitcoin mining computers.. with us you will earn approx - 25% more than bitcoin. if interesting please contact us:
vitaliy.www@gmail.com
skype: vitaliy_www
ICQ:160034117

We pay by PAYPAL or Webmoney..
thank you.



Is this the first time you are doing it?
If not, do you have any people to back you up and say your trusted?

And just out of curiosity, what will you be using these pcs for?
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July 11, 2012, 10:31:14 PM
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Probably WLAN password cracking or other password cracking/hashing.

Seriously though:
Why not pay in bitcoins?! Huh

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July 11, 2012, 10:31:18 PM
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Hello, we are interesting in renting your Bitcoin mining computers.. with us you will earn approx - 25% more than bitcoin. if interesting please contact us:
vitaliy.www@gmail.com
skype: vitaliy_www
ICQ:160034117

We pay by PAYPAL or Webmoney..
thank you.



Ok just to get few things clear.

What price would you use that is more than bitcoin, if bitcoin keeps moving up how would you value your price of payment?

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July 12, 2012, 09:04:45 AM
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Hello, we are interesting in renting your Bitcoin mining computers.. with us you will earn approx - 25% more than bitcoin. if interesting please contact us:
vitaliy.www@gmail.com
skype: vitaliy_www
ICQ:160034117

We pay by PAYPAL or Webmoney..
thank you.



Is this the first time you are doing it?
If not, do you have any people to back you up and say your trusted?

And just out of curiosity, what will you be using these pcs for?

This is not first time, we have already about 200 000 MegaHashes/s but this is Ukrainian and Russian users.. and there is a forum topic in Russian forum for about a month.. a lot of peoples work with us.

it's about  $4,4 for 1GH/s in 24hr

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July 12, 2012, 09:05:46 AM
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Hello, we are interesting in renting your Bitcoin mining computers.. with us you will earn approx - 25% more than bitcoin. if interesting please contact us:
vitaliy.www@gmail.com
skype: vitaliy_www
ICQ:160034117

We pay by PAYPAL or Webmoney..
thank you.



Ok just to get few things clear.

What price would you use that is more than bitcoin, if bitcoin keeps moving up how would you value your price of payment?

if bitcoin will move up we will have to pay more to keea our clients. thank you

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July 12, 2012, 10:01:07 AM
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Hello, we are interesting in renting your Bitcoin mining computers.. with us you will earn approx - 25% more than bitcoin. if interesting please contact us:
vitaliy.www@gmail.com
skype: vitaliy_www
ICQ:160034117

We pay by PAYPAL or Webmoney..
thank you.



Ok just to get few things clear.

What price would you use that is more than bitcoin, if bitcoin keeps moving up how would you value your price of payment?

if bitcoin will move up we will have to pay more to keea our clients. thank you

Free bump.

Just a question, what are you doing with all of this hashing power?
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July 12, 2012, 11:38:33 AM
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Hello, we are interesting in renting your Bitcoin mining computers.. with us you will earn approx - 25% more than bitcoin. if interesting please contact us:
vitaliy.www@gmail.com
skype: vitaliy_www
ICQ:160034117

We pay by PAYPAL or Webmoney..
thank you.



Ok just to get few things clear.

What price would you use that is more than bitcoin, if bitcoin keeps moving up how would you value your price of payment?

if bitcoin will move up we will have to pay more to keea our clients. thank you

Free bump.

Just a question, what are you doing with all of this hashing power?

Why free bump? try it out and you will see.. we pay for work!..

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July 12, 2012, 12:32:52 PM
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Seems legit...

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July 12, 2012, 01:32:59 PM
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My theory: vitaliy_www sells bitcoins to his clients paying in USD or RUB; in other words it is a dark pool to not impact regular markets (MtGox, etc). And he needs hashing power to get these bitcoins. This is supposedly the same business that pirateat40 claims to be doing via gpumax & btcs&t.

My advice to people: don't mine for vitality or pirateat40, let them buy the coins on the open markets to let the exchange rate rise Smiley
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July 12, 2012, 04:28:24 PM
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My theory: vitaliy_www sells bitcoins to his clients paying in USD or RUB; in other words it is a dark pool to not impact regular markets (MtGox, etc). And he needs hashing power to get these bitcoins. This is supposedly the same business that pirateat40 claims to be doing via gpumax & btcs&t.

My advice to people: don't mine for vitality or pirateat40, let them buy the coins on the open markets to let the exchange rate rise Smiley

)) you are totally not right!! not even close..
just goahead and download our client - before yesterday we had just russian custumers.. so our website is - russian, but in 1-2 days it will be in english, and i'll do readme etc in english..

website is: yambamoney.com - you can check this out. (rightnow russian)
Who do not belive just go to russian forum here and you will see my Topic there. there is a lot of people work with us. thank you.

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July 12, 2012, 06:11:08 PM
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website is: yambamoney.com - you can check this out. (rightnow russian)
Who do not belive just go to russian forum here and you will see my Topic there. there is a lot of people work with us. thank you.
There's no source. No way I'll run anything like this even on sandboxed systems. Anyway there aren't any Linux binaries so it's not as if I could run it if I would Smiley

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July 12, 2012, 08:10:08 PM
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website is: yambamoney.com - you can check this out. (rightnow russian)
Who do not belive just go to russian forum here and you will see my Topic there. there is a lot of people work with us. thank you.
There's no source. No way I'll run anything like this even on sandboxed systems. Anyway there aren't any Linux binaries so it's not as if I could run it if I would Smiley

its your right! we are just asking if you want you can earn with us, we have a lot of clients that work with us. tahank u.

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July 12, 2012, 08:36:10 PM
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I can see only .exe files, so it`s not linux friendly :/
Can i mine with fpga ? Cheesy
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July 12, 2012, 08:43:40 PM
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Nokia phones unlocking, possibly :)

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July 13, 2012, 09:00:26 AM
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According to my spreadsheet and latest mtgox, I gross $21.30/day with 4814 mhash. You're offering $4.40/day per 1000Mhash/sec, which is $21.18/day. I don't see the attraction for this offer tbh, aside from zero variance.

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July 15, 2012, 05:49:37 AM
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According to my spreadsheet and latest mtgox, I gross $21.30/day with 4814 mhash. You're offering $4.40/day per 1000Mhash/sec, which is $21.18/day. I don't see the attraction for this offer tbh, aside from zero variance.

Also with payment in paypal there is a chargeback risk.  They could mine BTC with your machine, pay with a stolen paypal and you get charged back.  They get BTC you get nothing.

I would have interest if the payment was above the going mining rate AND it was in BTC. 

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July 15, 2012, 05:13:29 PM
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According to my spreadsheet and latest mtgox, I gross $21.30/day with 4814 mhash. You're offering $4.40/day per 1000Mhash/sec, which is $21.18/day. I don't see the attraction for this offer tbh, aside from zero variance.

OP, how does this make it "25-50% more than bitcoin"?

are you mining bitcoins with your client or something else, what is it?

on a side note,  i remember few years ago there was yamba credit card processor which ended up with some drama and unhappy merchants. is your business connected in any way with those people?
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May 20, 2013, 09:35:26 AM
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this is totally diferent.. but rightnow registration closed..

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May 20, 2013, 11:04:53 AM
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Hello, we are interesting in renting your Bitcoin mining computers.. with us you will earn approx - 25% more than bitcoin. if interesting please contact us:
vitaliy.www@gmail.com
skype: vitaliy_www
ICQ:160034117

We pay by PAYPAL or Webmoney..
thank you.



Is this the first time you are doing it?
If not, do you have any people to back you up and say your trusted?

And just out of curiosity, what will you be using these pcs for?

This is not first time, we have already about 200 000 MegaHashes/s but this is Ukrainian and Russian users.. and there is a forum topic in Russian forum for about a month.. a lot of peoples work with us.

it's about  $4,4 for 1GH/s in 24hr

You kinda get around 4-5$ for 1GHash/s in 24hrs, from bitcoin..?


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