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1  Bitcoin / Mining support / in parallel universe 1000 asic miners are mine on: February 13, 2017, 08:36:55 PM
lets say that i have 1000 asic miners, in my garage, and i need to change pool, worker and password on all of them.

they are all on one network.

is there any piece of software that will help me to do that, or i have to go one by one and change that individually per miner?

lets say i was mining at pool x and now i want to move them to pool y.

or something like that.

i was trying to search for something similar but have no clue where to start.

thanks everyone.
2  Economy / Service Discussion / bitstamp closed for? on: January 05, 2015, 03:36:50 PM
am i the only one that got message from bitstamp that they are compromised?
what will happen next?
3  Bitcoin / Hardware / cgminer rPi and reset option on: November 06, 2014, 06:27:30 PM
hi all,
i have a question.
i am using cgminer on one of my miners, and i have a problem.
when i turn on miner it connect to internet and hash perfectly.
BUT when internet get disconnected, miner sound alarm, and when it gets internet, alarm stops but miner does not start hashing.
i need to reset it through putty and then it starts hashing normally.
so i guess that  i need some script that resets cgminer when internet comes back.
miner is using rPi.

what can i do?

thx for your time.
4  Other / Off-topic / ebay is down on: September 14, 2014, 02:13:25 PM
am i the only one that can't access the ebay?
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / ZIMS on on: July 12, 2014, 04:55:05 PM
Hi everyone,

as you know, there is charity voting on

and one vote is 0.001 btc.

i am willing to PAY 0.0011 btc to ppl that will send me some report on subject: "why will i vote for ZIM".
please leave your report here with btc address.

so i am willing to help you if you for some reason is not able to vote.

buy providing some assistance. or guide how you can vote.

ppl that have voted for ZIM please list your self here. so we can track progress and see if someone is trying to cheat.
maybe with counting votes....
6  Economy / Gambling / insufficient founds on: May 12, 2014, 06:53:12 AM
can anyone help me?

i have 1.2btc on and when i try to withdraw 1btc i get "insufficient founds" message.
what is happening?
7  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / avalon gen 2 parts on: February 16, 2014, 04:47:04 PM
Hello everyone.

can you tell me where can i buy parts for avalon gen 2 miners?

i would like to buy only blades and cables, or only network card with cgminer on it, or only control panel....
blades already assembled, my job only to connect them.
so soldering is not a option. i just need finished parts/cables/heatsinks and to assemble them buy myself.

so is there a place like that? and can you point me in that direction.

and i can't buy like 100 pieces per week, i need end customer reseller. or if only way is big amount of those, then maybe someone with trust higher then 0 to organize GB?

thx everyone,
8  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / putting PSUs in right order on: February 14, 2014, 06:35:40 AM
those are some PSU manufacturers that i have found.

 Antec, APEVIA CORP., Compucase, Cooler Master, CoolMax, Corsair, COUGAR, Detin Technology Limited,

Diablotek, Enermax, EVGA, High Power Electronic Co., Ltd, IBM, In Win, Intel,

Kingwin Inc., LEPA, Logisys Computer, NZXT, Raidmax, Rosewill, SeaSonic USA,

Silverstone, Sparkle Power Inc., Thermaltake, VisionTek, XFX, XION, Zalman Tech Co., Ltd

could you please order them by your opinion from best to worst?
or if you can suggest something that is not on a list?


price not important. but i do not wana fry my miner. or i do not wana change PSu every week since it can't hold miner.
lets say best for 750w +-50w range.

thx for trouble.

9  Bitcoin / Pools / ghash stoped working on: February 02, 2014, 04:51:51 AM
am i the only one that has problems with ghash?

from last 30 mins, i can't connect to ghash.

what is happening?
10  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / anyone interested in home assembly? on: January 16, 2014, 07:39:16 AM

i have got idea.
since main reason of late shipments is, resellers doesn't have enough ppl to assemble hardware, i was looking for someone/s who is interested to buy unassembled units, get them shipped as they are,
and then to assemble those at home.

i can't buy lot of units by myself, but if there is enough ppl interested, i think that some factory will see its opportunity.

GOOD SIDES: fast  shipping (almost instantly), and lower prices....

BAD SIDE: when it arrives, you need to spend 10mins to 30 mins to assemble all that.

so anyone interested?

any other good/bad side ideas?

this is not actual buy topic. only market research for potential buy topic.

if anyone here asks for money, it is a SCAM.
11  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / pre order stupidity on: January 08, 2014, 07:03:15 AM

can someone explain me where i have made mistake in thinking.....

pre-orders. they take your money, then mine with that equip for a month, then announce delay of a month, and then probably ship unit/units.

as you can see there they have unit (probably 100 prototype, but hey prototype, since ppl would stop paying if they just posted: working unit but let us get some coins)

and they announce that delay

and even now, you have to wait 2 months to get your miner... what they are making new prototypes?


anyway my question is why do i have to wait 2 months to get miner?

1. they are    thoroughly looking in all aspects of their work and that takes 2 months

2.they can't make demanded miners in 2 weeks?

3. something else

anyway this company is only example, there are more of those out there....

be free to list them all here. and approx time from ordering a unit up to getting miner in a hand.

12  Economy / Speculation / lost BTC's on: December 23, 2013, 09:11:28 AM
hi i am interested in finding out precise or approximate amount of destroyed/lost BTC's.

how can i find out that?

i think that i was reading somewhere about lost of 2600 BTC due to crash of HDD on one PC, or something like that.

thx for your support and time.
13  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / what to do? on: November 30, 2013, 12:56:11 PM
when i hear/see about companies, pre-orders and amount of TH/s that every unit is capable of delivering, and price of those, i get doubts.

ok. i have offer to buy 280 GH/s mining equip for 3k $. and it will be delivered in first week of january. delivery time is certain, 100%.

what is your opinion? 
14  Economy / Computer hardware / buying/selling NOT pre-order units on: October 14, 2013, 08:58:32 AM
i am not sure if i am breaking any bitcointalk rule/rules, but i am tired of all those pre-order BS.

so i have decided to make a topic where you can post your mining units and price for them. ONLY condition is that unit CAN'T be pre-order.

since i am looking for some time to buy something and i am tired. or you have overpriced units in hands. like a dude that sells 60gh/s btf for 6500$, or you need to wait like 2 years for unit in pre-order.......

anyway if anyone wana sell some of his/her IN HAND hardware, be free to post your offer/offers here.

mine recommendation is that 2 sides use third party to secure their money/merchandise. like escorow or careposit, or something third.

thx everyone.

P.S. if i broke any bitcointalk rule, i apologize.
15  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / buying asic chips/looking for partners on: September 24, 2013, 01:21:13 PM
a couple of friends got together and we started to develop our mining equip.

we managed to get some chips but now we have a prob.  we only got like 30 of them.

we have our boards and mining will start next week with what we have.

our current supplier is asking for 60$ (dollars) per unit.

and he is not interested in any kind of agreement.

we are looking for a better price and possible partners in that domain. we have every other thing already sorted out.

we are producing our boards completely all things, everything, except chips. right now we are using 55nm ships, but planing to move to 28nm as soon as we get thing going.

we are located in europe.

no pool and stuff. just making miners.

anyone interested in details can PM me.

thx for your time and help.
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