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1  Bitcoin / Meetups / SCAM ??? Bitcoin conference Dubai, 11-13 Dec on: November 27, 2014, 11:41:17 PM
I've got no feedback on reddit so I'll try here.

Is bitcoin conference really taking place in Dubai, Dec 11-13 ?
The official page is at, I'm asking because they keep changing speakers, I was about to buy the ticket two weeks ago (payment options were available) when Roger Ver was listed as one of the speakers, today he no longer is.

What is going on, could this be a scam ? Can we get the speakers listed to confirm ?
2  Economy / Services / Bounty 0.1BTC - compile static build CentOS 5.5 & 6.5 (x32 and x64) on: June 17, 2014, 03:52:13 PM
I'm placing a 0.1BTC bounty for 2 static builds of pooler's cpuminer (

CentOS 5.5 x64
CentOS 6.5 x64

Both servers are deployed with minimal installation packages. You will connect to my server via teamviewer, ssh to the boxes, install dependencies and compile static builds. Screen recording
will be on.

BONUS +0.1BTC : set up mingw on the CentOS6.5 box and compile windows x64 and x86 builds

Payment will be made after work is done.

3  Other / Beginners & Help / New Litecoin miner @ 2800kh/s on: December 24, 2013, 02:43:39 PM

Due to the recent spike in XPM difficulty i've decided to give litecoin a try. Solo mining at 2800kh/s, hope to get lucky and find a block before the end of the year.

Couple of questions :

My setup is as follows : 60 miners(all E3-1230v2 cpus) all getting work from a server running litecoind wallet. Just to confirm, once a block is found by the miners, will it be deposited into the wallet
of the server running litecoind daemon and wallet ? I dont need a wallet on every machine running minerd, do I?
minerd command line used : minerd -a scrypt -t 8 -o http://xxxdaemonserverwithencryptedwallet -O cre:dentials.

What is written in debug.log of the litecoind server once a block is found ?


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