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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / [WTS] 5000 Noirbits for 15LTC on: June 22, 2013, 01:07:43 PM
WTS 5000 Noirbits for 15LTC
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / [ANN][ONC] Mining Pool on: June 16, 2013, 09:03:29 PM
Another Onecoin beta pool Smiley

Pool URL:

The site hasn't been fully updated for onecoin, but all the core functions work correctly as far as I know.
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Simple core/memory auto-tuner script on: April 30, 2013, 10:03:10 PM
I didn't feel like spending ages fiddling with my GPU core and memory clock settings to find the sweet spot for Scrypt based mining, so I created a simple python script to do it for me!
The script uses the cgminer API, so you will have to enable that.

Thought I may as well share it:

The README on the git page gives all the available command line options and usage. This is a basic overview:

You specify your core clock and memory clock search ranges, and it will try combinations within those ranges, recording the achieved kh as it goes along.
Once it is done, it will give you a report on the best combinations.

There are a bunch of options you can add such as:
- max allowable temperature
- desired core:mem ratio range (to constrain search time)
- memory clock increment step
- core clock increment step
- time to wait between increment steps (longer is obviously better for more accurate results, but will impact the search time considerably)
- how many top results to show at the end

Other than possibly increasing your hash rate, it can also be used to find lower clocks that give you the same/similar hash rate.

This hasn't been thoroughly tested, so use at your own risk.
I'm sure the code can be improved considerably; I'll gladly accept pull requests!

If you find this helpful, please consider donating (especially if it increased your mining speed Cheesy )

BTC: 1CM1zDcfUpg81fCJxacq2nNsZCE3G96FLH
LTC: Lej4FBr9k3HM49GJix922xyJCm1whqHmfU
FTC: 72KjWoZKM3C8S8xaujTNwcFjFbq48XNfpg
4  Other / Beginners & Help / Converting Bitcoins into hard cash on: June 12, 2011, 03:50:10 PM

I just discovered Bitcoin about a week ago and have been mining since Smiley

There is one big problem for me though (and many other people too). How do I get my Bitcoins converted into my native currency?
A lot of the ways of doing this seem to be tied to the US. I'm in South Africa, and there appears to be no easy way to do this.

So far, one of the most promising approaches appears to be converting Bitcoins into a Payoneer Debit card refill. However, thus far I have found no way to get a Payoneer card that isn't tied to a specific vendor's product.

The only other way seems to be: MtGox -> Liberty Reserve (some say this is dodgy?) -> Paypal (even more problems I read) -> SA Bank account.
This path introduces many..many fees.

Am I missing something here?

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