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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Phishing sites on: March 07, 2018, 06:17:35 PM
Just want to remind everyone and the beginner and experienced traders / users about the danger of phishing sites. Before entering your passwords and personal keys, look carefully what is written in the address bar. Learn by heart the sites of exchanges.
If there is one extra letter in the address bar or a dot or a double letter, this is a cloned site (scammers). It looks the same, everything is like on original site, only in the address bar an extra letter, a digit.
Today I switched over the link to watch the course and got on a cloned site. Be careful always.
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Viacoin+Binance+Japan on: March 07, 2018, 06:06:53 PM
Japan promised to restore order last year. It seems that the words do not differ from the work.

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-crypto-currencies-japan/japan-to-punish-several-cryptocurrency-exchanges-sources-idUSKCN1GJ1AE

Binance started to have security problems. Some hackers with the help of API keys artificially increased the price of Viacoin and cashed out a lot of money. Japan has closed some exchanges, and in fact they are somehow connected with the Binance servers. Be careful!

3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / The opinion about some ICO on: February 17, 2018, 09:30:50 PM
Today more & more appear ICОs, that lock tokens for a long time. So, you pay money, get or not get tokens, which will go into circulation in 6 or 9 months. What do you think about it? I'm not talking about bounty or airdrops. I'm talking about the purchased token for real money.
Yes, the project may be good, but wait 9 months. Do you think it really worth waiting so long time?
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Coins that disappointed you on: February 10, 2018, 10:56:08 AM
I do not want you writing here about any shit coins. I'm asking about good and promising projects in which you are disappointed right now. This does not mean that they will not show an increase in the future, or you will quickly sell everything on the stock exchange. I just want to hear your opinions. I'll start with myself.

1. KuCoin Shares. It is not clear why I got involved in this adventure with getting coins from the gross turnover on the stock exchange. I have invested a lot of money, as for my opportunities. I do not get many coins. And the price of the KuCoin itself sharply falls, even when the market starts to grow, there is not any growth.

2. Polybius. When I bought it a year ago, I realized that this is a long investment. But this is a real bank, a real license. Everything is legal. And what do we have today? No product, developers work on something and do something. From the news only - congratulations on the New Year.
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / SafeWallet on: February 02, 2018, 09:10:17 PM
Representatives of the Chinese Internet campaign, very well known by the way (Cheetah Mobile), and it has 600 million users, announced the launch of a multiple wallets and import wallets in a variety of formats. It will support Ethereum and bitcoin. Access is open only to users of Android. What do you think about this news?

https://www.coindesk.com/cheetah-mobile-launches-cryptocurrency-wallet/
6  Bitcoin / Mining speculation / How much GH/s to add?? on: May 12, 2014, 04:39:05 PM
So I was wondering and maybe someone knows a calculator or something out there that would have this answer. But with today's Difficulty increase if a person is running 100 GH/s before the Diff increase how many GH/s would you need to increase by to make the same amount of BTC after the Difficulty increase?

word problems... I know they suck
7  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / BFGminer and PXY splitting on: May 03, 2014, 03:14:49 PM
All,

I have been using BFGminer for quite some time and I have been using the proxy function for my Block Erupter Cubes and blades. I noticed (recently) that if I change in the Cube or Blade the miner referenced that BFGminer creates a new PXY entry and then shows me the hash rate for the miners using that PXY.

The question I have is there any benefits to doing this. It appears that the mining pool sees them as just one miner even though BFGminer sees them as separate PXY entries.

for example is there a benefit to a configuration like this and if so why...?

PXY 0: (lets say I point 5 BE Cubes @ 30GH each at this one)
PXY 1: (lets say I point 2 BE Blades @ 10GH each at this one)
PXY 2: (some other miner at this one)

Does breaking out like mining equipment at different proxy's allow them to work better?
Also is there a way in BFGminer to pass off the seperate proxy's so that the pool sees them as the separate miners that I setup in the cube / blade configuration.

Thanks!

8  Bitcoin / Mining / BFGMiner and block erupters on: February 17, 2014, 06:26:41 PM
Does anyone have a guide on using the new BFGMiner and Block Erupter V2. I'm sure it will be easy enough to figure out but would be nice to know if anyone had any issues and knows how to overcome them.

Thanks!
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