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No coin's paid all day mining at 5mh found two https://www.worldcoinexplorer.com/Explorer/Address/WWz5rYyVti3gMvdioeXupkGSy7YPx6daxp https://www.worldcoinexplorer.com/Explorer/Address/WXmS71VbdF3HJej27KBWqh298U1SAJUxVJ where are my coin's going even them above haven't made it to my wallet and yes its upto date I'd like to know how my coins that I mine end up in some else account isn't that theft? The theft act 1956 “Belonging to another”.(1)Property shall be regarded as belonging to any person having possession or control of it, or having in it any proprietary right or interest (not being an equitable interest arising only from an agreement to transfer or grant an interest). (2)Where property is subject to a trust, the persons to whom it belongs shall be regarded as including any person having a right to enforce the trust, and an intention to defeat the trust shall be regarded accordingly as an intention to deprive of the property any person having that right. (3)Where a person receives property from or on account of another, and is under an obligation to the other to retain and deal with that property or its proceeds in a particular way, the property or proceeds shall be regarded (as against him) as belonging to the other. (4)Where a person gets property by another’s mistake, and is under an obligation to make restoration (in whole or in part) of the property or its proceeds or of the value thereof, then to the extent of that obligation the property or proceeds shall be regarded (as against him) as belonging to the person entitled to restoration, and an intention not to make restoration shall be regarded accordingly as an intention to deprive that person of the property or proceeds. (5)Property of a corporation sole shall be regarded as belonging to the corporation notwithstanding a vacancy in the corporation.