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Is there any punishment for Having more than 50% of the mining power of the network

I am just curious about it. In history once it happened That GHASH.io owns 52% mining power, he was malicious and sell 5% to other miner. Bitcoin community keep watch on everything?
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What is “If ghash.io hits 51% people would just leave them?” referring to?

I am watching video that explains original Bitcoin whitepaper by Satoshi Nakomoto. I totally understand that as long as 51% of the CPU power is legitimate then using bitcoins is safe. But then the ...
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How did ghash.io fall?

Years ago, GHash.io had claim of 40% of the network hashpower. They were close to 51%, where they would have the power to initiate a 51% attack. Now it has 0.2%. How did this happen?
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Attach worker to CEX.IO account

I have been able to set up basic mining using minerd, and it is happily mining away on GHash.IO. However, it doesn't seem to be attached to my CEX.IO account, even though I am mining with these ...
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Workers aren't showing up in ghash.io

Im using cgminer 3.7.2 and I'm mining at ~77Mh/s in the ghash.io pool. I go to the worker list at the ghash website but nothing shows up. At the ghash main page it shows that I'm mining the blocks but ...
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No shares on ghash.io and no payout — how to resolve this?

Been mining with ghash.io for a few hours at about 80Gh/s. However, I apparently have no shares and therefore am not receiving any payout. Is this an issue with my setup? How can I resolve this?
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How can I calculate the bitcoin per day from mining in a pool?

So, I'm trying out http://cex.io, a cloud based hash market. They use the pool http://ghash.io which uses "PPLNS" for distribution of funds(?) Given that I can see how much total hashing power is in ...