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1  Bitcoin / Hardware / [ANN]BFL's latest BS[ANN] on: August 17, 2013, 09:35:00 PM
http://www.butterflylabs.com/monarch/


SMFH
/dead
2  Bitcoin / Mining speculation / The new Cartel? on: August 12, 2013, 10:27:10 PM

KnC, BFL, bASIC, Avalon

Is history repeating itself

 Shocked Shocked Shocked

BTCitcoin doomed?
3  Bitcoin / Hardware / Yifu is the man! on: August 05, 2013, 02:29:38 AM
http://www.efinancialnews.com/story/2013-08-05/bitcoin-gold-rush-heats-up-with-private-equity-deal

 Shocked

Discuss

Yifu is a smart guy and blessing to BTCitcoin

I credit him with that early jump in February, he will make this $200M work right

I say buy all the coins you can now before the week is over


#Boss
4  Economy / Economics / Lets get GrubHub to accept Bitcoins! on: July 03, 2013, 02:20:58 PM
So www.grubhub.com is an awesome convenient way to order food online. They are a new startup, its perfect for bitcoin!
here is their email:
doinggood@grubhub.com
I'm suggesting they use bitpay.com(https://bitpay.com/) or Mt.Gox(https://mtgox.com/merchant) to get them started with their merchant plugins and widgets.
5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Lets get GrubHub to accept Bitcoins! on: July 03, 2013, 02:16:09 PM
http://redd.it/1hkfex


So www.grubhub.com is an awesome convenient way to order food online. They are a new startup, its perfect for bitcoin!
here is their email:
doinggood@grubhub.com
I'm suggesting they use bitpay.com(https://bitpay.com/) or Mt.Gox(https://mtgox.com/merchant) to get them started with their merchant plugins and widgets.
6  Economy / Marketplace / Lets get GrubHub to accept Bitcoins! on: July 03, 2013, 02:14:21 PM
http://redd.it/1hkfex


So www.grubhub.com is an awesome convenient way to order food online. They are a new startup, its perfect for bitcoin!
here is their email:
doinggood@grubhub.com
I'm suggesting they use bitpay.com(https://bitpay.com/) or Mt.Gox(https://mtgox.com/merchant) to get them started with their merchant plugins and widgets. Grin
7  Bitcoin / Hardware / [UPDATE]Batch 2 AVALON STOCK OVERCLOCK to 84 Gh/s @350MHZ[STABLE] on: June 22, 2013, 08:59:33 PM
After trying several different methods this is the quickest and most efficient I've found.

*[UPDATE] 350Mhz found to run stable and consistent on STOCK Avalon

1) Download https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/16881231/avalon_clone/firmware/openwrt-ar71xx-generic-tl-wr703n-v1-squashfs-factory_20130519b.bin

2) Flash this image onto your unit by accessing your unit @192.168.0.100 and going to System -> Backup / Flash Firmware

3) REBOOT UNIT(delete any custom scripts u might have prior)

4) Go to Status -> Cgminer Configuration and under "Chip Frequency" select 350, then SAVE & APPLY these changes

5) Configure your pool difficulty properly(@Slush's pool its 64)

6) HASH LIKE A BTCEAST

My unit is completely stock and never opened. I keep it in a temperature controlled room. This image will make fans run constantly at maximum.

WILL UPLOAD UPDATE IMAGE IN A FEW HOURS

my specs are:

fan1      fan2      fan3
2400     3840     3720

temp1      temp2       temp3
  24             38           43

Ebereon has confirmed that electrical consumption @350mhz is 720 Watts


I have my overclocked Avalon at Slush's pool for over 24 hours now. At these speeds I believe 10 rounds is about 8 hours of hashing. Also I've noticed that cooling plays a definite almost immediate factor.
 

HAPPY HASHING
8  Bitcoin / Hardware / Possible reason for Avalon batch 2 extended delay on: June 01, 2013, 07:19:39 AM
Seems like Yifu is scrambling to take care of some unforeseen hardware bug that occurred to one of the earlier batch 2 machines.

word is that all units going out after May 31st will have this bug fixed before being shipped out.

reference:
http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/1ffpif/warning_to_all_current_batch_2_avalon_owners/

9  Bitcoin / Hardware / [REQUEST] Avalon ASIC Modules [REQUEST] on: May 27, 2013, 11:01:14 AM
So I've seen alot of business crop up around the soon to be needed Avalon chip assembly space, but I wanted to know will any be making Avalon chip modules to run in tandem with the 1,500 Avalon ASIC units slated to be in existence?

10  Other / Beginners & Help / Hello I'm new on: May 24, 2013, 08:19:32 AM
I guess there is no better way to bypass the n00b restrictions than by making a thread actually introducing myself  Grin

Ive been watching bitcoin since 2010, Im a network engineer specializing in video transport and amateur programmer, I'm pursueing post graduate studies in Computer science with an emphasis on "cyber security" and have a personal affinity for cryptography. I prefer thinking about Bitcoin as a value transfer protocol suite instead of a "currency".

I've been lurking for about 6 months, I've learned alot from you guys, hope to learn even more in the coming weeks.
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