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61  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / How much mining power does it take to get GLDCoins? on: May 17, 2013, 02:50:01 AM
Hello guys,
I'm currently mining GLDCoins at 9kh/s, and I was wondering how long would I need to mining to get one.
62  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / GLDCoin Support on: May 17, 2013, 02:18:52 AM
Hello,
I don't know about you guys but I have recently found out about Gold Coins and am interested in seeing them take of. Right now people seem to be trying to sell them at $0.003/each however, instead I recommend focusing on them as I believe these coins have a good name and can really take of.

If you are interested in supporting Gold Coins, please post in this thread the amount you are willing to contribute towards various things that will be created for the coin. Post your name, the item, and the amount you are willing to donate.

I know this is a small start, but I wanted to get things started.

BitshireHathaway - 5000 GLDCoins - Reliable Pool Setup

blastbob-50k GLDCoins - Reliable Pool Setup

emerefer = 170,000 GLDCoins total
25,000 GLDCoins = reliable CPU & GPU mining guides with step by step instructions & downloads.
25,000 GLDCoins = reliable pool with step by step guides (current pool cgminer download link doesn't work).
10,000 GLDCoins = faucet
40,000 GLDCoins = bank/btc/ltc/terracoin exchange service.
10,000 GLDCoins = First 5 business's to accept GLDCoins & have a reliable service setup while having actual revenues as a business
10,000 GLDCoins = 100 GLDCoins/1 year of putting link to GLDCoin thread/website in your signature. (you must have at least 200 posts at start of year and end with at least 500 or post at least 400 times during the year).
5,000 GLDCoins = Dice Game
5,000 GLDCoins = Reliable Gambling Site
63  Other / Beginners & Help / Can you mix&match Gpu? on: May 14, 2013, 08:28:02 PM
If I want to make a rig that can hold 4 GPU, would any problems occur if I tried to put a AMD 7770, 7950, and 2[7970] or a similar configuration using those graphics cards. My reason is because 7770 are cheaper so I can start with those and as I make money upgrade, or upgrade as I want to.

Also, I know I'd probably be setting myself up for trouble but what if I mixed and matched AMD & Nvidia (I know Nvidia isn't for mining:)).

Thanks ahead guys!
64  Other / Beginners & Help / Faucet List: Get Some Free Bitcoins on: May 13, 2013, 07:06:55 PM
Here is a list of 25 bitcoin faucets. http://bitcoinfaucetlist.blogspot.com/. Please post any feedback here or comment on the blog. I have future projects planned if you guys enjoy and support this so please use it regularly.

If you like, please donate: 1Bfta35bfBHT7X9J9xP8GkeTbXBFk2oqZJ


Thanks,
Bitshire Hathaway

P.S. Would anyone use it (whose not currently using it), if I were to post all the links here instead of linking to the blog containing them?
65  Economy / Economics / Does Bitcoin have what it takes to become a trillion dollar industry? on: May 12, 2013, 08:20:26 PM
Right now bitcoins is a billion dollar industry based on the price per bitcoin and the current number of bitcoins which are out there. However in order for bitcoins to become a trillion dollar industry once the maximum of 21,000,000 bitcoins have been released, the price of bitcoins will need to rise to $50,000 a piece. Do you guys believe that it can happen and that bitcoins can become a multi-trillion dollar industry.

And if you don't believe it can happen do you believe the value of all cryto-currencies combined can make it happen because litecoins are already a multi-million dollar industry and so are a few others I believe.
66  Economy / Speculation / What price do you see Bitcoins reaching? on: May 12, 2013, 08:14:17 PM
In the future, say if bitcoins stick around and become something which many people use in there everyday lives what price do you guys see as being the stable price for bitcoins. Obviously if bitcoins replaces say the US dollar no one will want it fluctuating between $130 and $260 as it has done in the pass. What price do you guys see as being the stable price for bitcoins if it becomes a major currency.
67  Economy / Speculation / Will another currency overtake bitcoins? on: May 12, 2013, 08:08:13 PM
Bitcoins has had its run and I feel like with all the other crypto-currencies out there and the new ones being created every day, one of them is bound to take over bitcoins and become the next supreme leader. Do you guys believe that this is true, or do you think that it will never happen and why?
68  Economy / Speculation / Do you think bitcoins will overtake printed money? on: May 12, 2013, 08:07:19 PM
In my opinion there are many advantages to bitcoins over printed money and I feel like that sentiment is shared by many other people here on this forum. As a result, I was wondering, do you guys ever think that bitcoins will overtake printed money, or do you think that bitcoins will die out as not enough people adapt to them.
69  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Vircurex Referral Code on: May 05, 2013, 03:44:17 AM
Vircurex, unlike Mt. Gox where you can only trade BTC, allows you to trade all types of coins, and as a result, if you mine multiple coins like I do, is your number one trade user. When signing up Vircurex asks you for a referral code, and I was confused by what that meant (a simple google searched helped me out), but anyway, if you need a referral code, here's mine:)

140-25314

Others can feel free to post theirs too.
70  Other / Beginners & Help / Is Newbie Status Really That Hard? on: May 04, 2013, 06:32:31 PM
I see several threads at least made every day about how to get out of newbie status and similar things because of the requirement of being online for at least 4 hours while posting at least 5 posts. I was wondering is it really that hard to get out of newbie status? I mean if you really care, spend 10 minutes and post 5 quick posts and then leave your computer on for 4 hours and refresh say every 15 minutes while staying logged in? I don't get why so many people are worried about sneaking out of newbie status.

And anyway, I can honestly say that once I came out of newbie status, while it was interesting at first and I browsed the other sub forums some, the newbie  sub forum is still the sub forum which I spend the most of my time in compared to the other sub forums.
71  Other / Beginners & Help / Why does it always slow down? on: May 04, 2013, 03:04:18 PM
Hello guys,
I've been GPU mining using GPUMiner for BTC, and then CPU mining LTC and I can always get it started up and running, however, it always gets a lot less shares done during the night when I go away, and seems to slow down a lot. Does anyone know what could be happening that causes this?
72  Economy / Services / Signature Space [0.03 BTC for just this month] on: May 03, 2013, 05:58:49 PM
Hello,

I have recently created my account and starting being very active on this account. I have current plants to post ~175 post a week and that number should continue growing. As a result while I only have ~150 posts now, that number will continue to grow every single month. I am selling my forum signature place for the next month for just 0.03 bitcoins, however, each month that number will continue to increase as I continue to post more.

Or you can purchase it now for the next 3 months at just 0.05 BTC/each of those three months. [0.15 BTC total] Keep in mind by the end of those three months I'll have more than 1500 posts. This is a great way to get your website recognized and get some advertising to a large forum community.

Remember we have a limited amount of spots so please post here or PM me to order.
73  Other / Beginners & Help / Can large GPU systems be profitable with Litecoins? on: May 03, 2013, 03:30:36 PM
Since there from what I've heard can't be an Asic made for Litecoins, does that mean that you can build a very large GPU rig (similar to what people have been making for Bitcoins before Asics were made), and make a profit from that?
74  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / What percent of these new currencies fail? on: May 03, 2013, 03:10:00 PM
I've seen multiple information on pools about cryptocurrencies failing and asking you to withdraw your coins in say a week. What do you do at this standpoint, and have you ever had this happen to you and not been able to get your coins? Have you ever lost a lot of money from this.
75  Other / Beginners & Help / GUI Miner Scrypt Help on: April 30, 2013, 05:43:41 AM
Hello Everyone,
I am trying to use the Gui Miner Scrypt to mine some litecoins and I need some help. I am using give-me-ltc

So I have everything downloaded and such, and I opened up the miner and entered the following values:

Host: http://us-pool.give-me-ltc.com
Port: 8080

(These were given on their website here) https://give-me-ltc.com/gettingstarted

Username: cameronpalte.1 (what I named my first worker)
Password: that first workers password

Device: [1-0] GeForce GT 650M
Extra Flags: Non
Thread Concurrency: 128 (didn't no this so picked some number I thought would be too small vs. too high
Worksize: 256
Intensity: 12
Vectors: 1
GPU Threads: 1

Yet when I hit start, the bottom right just says starting, but doesn't change to showing me my mining rate, which I'm assuming means it hasn't actually started.

Can anyone give me some advice?
76  Other / Beginners & Help / Quick Help Please! -Gui Miner Scrypt on: April 30, 2013, 02:39:55 AM
Hello Everyone,
I am trying to use the Gui Miner Scrypt to mine some litecoins and I need some help. I am using give-me-ltc

So I have everything downloaded and such, and I opened up the miner and entered the following values:

Host: http://us-pool.give-me-ltc.com
Port: 8080

(These were given on their website here) https://give-me-ltc.com/gettingstarted

Username: cameronpalte.1 (what I named my first worker)
Password: that first workers password

Device: [1-0] GeForce GT 650M
Extra Flags: Non
Thread Concurrency: 128 (didn't no this so picked some number I thought would be too small vs. too high
Worksize: 256
Intensity: 12
Vectors: 1
GPU Threads: 1

Yet when I hit start, the bottom right just says starting, but doesn't change to showing me my mining rate, which I'm assuming means it hasn't actually started.

Can anyone give me some advice?


77  Other / Beginners & Help / GPU Mining: Litecoin Guide on: April 29, 2013, 10:14:02 PM
Hello, I was wondering, could anyone quickly point me towards a guide for how to setup litcoin mining on my GPU? It is a Nvidia GPU, so something that only accepts AMD won't work (I know I know, I'm getting a AMD later, I just want to test litecoin mining on my computer first to see how it works before trying to get a rig for it, like AMD.)

Thanks ahead.
78  Other / Beginners & Help / How would you move from BTC to LTC? on: April 29, 2013, 03:53:36 PM
I'm not interested in doing any coding or stuff like that, so for someone not interested in doing that, mainly because I don't have the ability to do so, how would you recommend I switch from BTC mining to Litecoin mining.
79  Economy / Services / BitCoin Rig Build on: April 29, 2013, 04:31:43 AM
I'm interested in building a bitcoin rig, however, I do not exactly have the knowledge of how to make one. So what I'm looking to do is have someone take 10 avalon asic chips (you can purchase these on ebay for ~$150), and make a computer for me that can manage the chips (I don't care about cpu, and I don't need a harddrive, just give me a space to plug in one of my current ones, I'll give you specifications if it makes a difference). I basically want a computer that can take these processors and turn it into a 3gh/s system for me that I can set up and have it running consistently.

Please give me an estimate of how much you can do this for, and if you can the estimated electricity usage you think it will have.
80  Other / Beginners & Help / How would you use Avalon Asic Chips on: April 29, 2013, 02:43:28 AM
I can get Avalon Asic chips at less than $15 each and they each do around 283mh/s which compared to a graphics card is pretty good for their price. However, I was wondering, assuming I were to buy 5 for example, what would I need to do in order to make them usable for bitcoin mining. For example, would I need to use them as the CPU of a motherboard or what. And could I just get a very basic $40 motherboard, hook it up, get a basic powersupply, have nothing else and use it like that? Looking forward to your replies!
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