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1  Economy / Goods / [WTB] Nintendo 64 (PAL) and games (optional) [closed] on: January 01, 2017, 08:37:28 AM
Name your price and we can work out a deal.
I would like a working N64 (pal) Console w/ all cords and a controller. (preferably a tight thumbstick)

If you also have any of these games I'll buy them too:

Super Mario 64
Banjo-Kazooie
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

Please comment (or PM me) with you offer.

I'm located in Queensland, Australia btw.
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / [MOTO] Motocoin PROOF-of-PLAY [NEW BOT] Human Mineable -Play Game to Mine- 3yrs+ on: February 16, 2016, 01:37:44 AM

The first (and only) Proof-of-Play cryptocurrency.

Launch date: 20 May 2014, 20:00 UTC

Motocoin is a cryptocurrency utilizing an innovative proof-of-play scheme where coins can only be mined by cognitive workload - playing a 2D motorbike simulation game, which is different from Bitcoin and other crypto-currencies that use a proof-of-work scheme where miners must perform difficult computations and then use proof of that work to secure coin transactions and get their reward. Motocoin has been dominated by bots but now a fast, publicly available bot has been released, giving everyone a fair chance at mining.

Network Parameters
  • Blocks are generated on average every 60 seconds.
  • The reward for solving a block starts at 20 motocoins, which is halved every 1'000'000 blocks (about two years) and stops decreasing at 0.4 motocoins per block.
  • Mining difficulty is adjusted every 2000 blocks through lowering the target time if blocks took less than an average of 60 seconds to generate, or raising the target time if blocks took longer than that.
  • ≈40 million coins are to be generated during the first 12 years and ≈200,000 coins per year after.
  • 450K premine (was partially used for rewards, the rest was sold in panic during the early days of Motocoin).


Exchanges:

DigitalPrice
YoBit



__________________________________
Wallets:



__________________________________
Stats:



__________________________________
Explorers:

explorer.motoco.in          


__________________________________
Social:

Motocoin Discord   Motocoin Reddit



Bot Download:
Download the bot here here (windows) then replace the motogame executable with the downloaded one. To start the bot, click the "Play to Mine" button in the "Play" tab of the wallet.
The bot was compiled by ElvenArcher. There are two different bots (not sure which ones work) and the source codes here and here along with the linux and windows executable.
Read about mining here: https://motoco.in/mining
Important: ensure that your client has connected and finished synchronizing with the network before mining. Do not select any map filters in game.


3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Valve is Bringing Bitcoin to over 125 Million Gamers Worldwide on: February 09, 2016, 08:22:33 PM
The new killer app?

I don't know about you... But I'm excited.


Article: http://bitcoinist.net/valve-is-bringing-bitcoin-to-over-125-million-gamers-worldwide/
4  Economy / Services / [SELLING]Simulation/Tutorial Maker | Tutorial: 0.008/min | Sim: ~0.05 for 10secs on: January 10, 2016, 04:41:50 AM
Do you need a quick video or tutorial created for your website / altcoin wallet to help newcomers?
Maybe you might want a cool rendered simulation created.

I can create a tutorial video for the low price of 0.008 btc per minute. (negotiable)

or

If you want a rendered simulation animation, depending on the simplicity you want, I can make a 10 second video for about 0.05 btc. Complex scenes will cost more, and simple scenes will cost less.
If you want a simple scene, I can do 20 seconds for 0.05 btc or possibly less. (it depends)


Tutorials that I have made:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFnjAJX-xcE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfGrQ6vgyq0

Rendered Simulation Animations:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rieCN9QTlgI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QKpXVEgQif8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=12umXjYHSvg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3vjWJV6zULU
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTHDskntY6w
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LWBfT_5q0fo

Please leave a response in the thread or PM me if you are interested. I can use escrow if you want.
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Sgminer not detecting graphics card (2nd PCIE slot) on: December 18, 2015, 03:17:07 AM
I recently found out that my motherboards 1st PCIE slot was slightly damaged, so I moved my graphics card (R9 290X) into the second slot.

After moving it Sgminer isn't mining with it and I am unsure how to get it to work. Help will be appreciated.

Quote
A:\Media\Software\Coins\SpreadCoin\Spread-GPU-miner>sgminer -n
[13:09:15] CL Platform 0 vendor: Intel(R) Corporation
[13:09:15] CL Platform 0 name: Intel(R) OpenCL
[13:09:15] CL Platform 0 version: OpenCL 1.2
[13:09:15] Platform 0 devices: 1
[13:09:15]      0       Intel(R) HD Graphics 4600
[13:09:15] CL Platform 1 vendor: Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.
[13:09:15] CL Platform 1 name: AMD Accelerated Parallel Processing
[13:09:15] CL Platform 1 version: OpenCL 2.0 AMD-APP (1800.11)
[13:09:15] Platform 1 devices: 1
[13:09:15]      0       Hawaii
[13:09:15] Number of ADL devices: 1
[13:09:15] ATI ADL Overdrive5 API found.
[13:09:15] ATI ADL Overdrive6 API found.
[13:09:15] Found 9 ADL adapters
[13:09:15] ADL index 0, id -284839040 - BIOS partno.: 113-C6710100-101, version: 015.039.000.006, date: 2013/09/30 18:44
[13:09:15] GPU 0 assigned: iAdapterIndex:0 iPresent:1 strUDID:PCI_VEN_1002&DEV_67B0&SUBSYS_0B001002&REV_00_4&26FB55B0&0&00E4A iBusNumber:6 iDeviceNumber:0 iFunctionNumber:0 iVendorID:1002 name:AMD Radeon R9 200 Series
[13:09:15] ADL index 1, id -284839040 - BIOS partno.: 113-C6710100-101, version: 015.039.000.006, date: 2013/09/30 18:44
[13:09:15] ADL index 2, id -284839040 - BIOS partno.: 113-C6710100-101, version: 015.039.000.006, date: 2013/09/30 18:44
[13:09:15] ADL index 3, id -284839040 - BIOS partno.: 113-C6710100-101, version: 015.039.000.006, date: 2013/09/30 18:44
[13:09:15] ADL index 4, id -284839040 - BIOS partno.: 113-C6710100-101, version: 015.039.000.006, date: 2013/09/30 18:44
[13:09:15] ADL index 5, id -284839040 - BIOS partno.: 113-C6710100-101, version: 015.039.000.006, date: 2013/09/30 18:44
[13:09:15] ADL index 6, id -284839040 - FAILED to get BIOS info
[13:09:15] Failed to ADL_Adapter_ID_Get. Error -1
[13:09:15] ADL index 7, id -284839040 - FAILED to get BIOS info
[13:09:15] Failed to ADL_Adapter_ID_Get. Error -1
[13:09:15] ADL index 8, id -284839040 - FAILED to get BIOS info
[13:09:15] Failed to ADL_Adapter_ID_Get. Error -1
[13:09:15] GPU 0 AMD Radeon R9 200 Series hardware monitoring enabled
[13:09:15] ADL GPU 0 is Adapter index 0 and maps to adapter id -284839040
[13:09:15] GPU 0 BIOS partno.: 113-C6710100-101, version: 015.039.000.006, date: 2013/09/30 18:44
[13:09:15] 1 GPU devices max detected
6  Other / Off-topic / Extremely Hard Maths Problem (Grade 10) Help! on: May 28, 2015, 09:47:59 AM
I am really stuck on Question 8. Can someone please help me?


 Grin
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Is there ever going to be another Dogecoin? [poll] on: March 17, 2015, 10:30:56 AM
So, do you guys think another coin will gain as much attention as dogecoin and bring in so many new people?
8  Other / Off-topic / Happy Anniversary on: February 24, 2015, 03:55:07 AM
I just realised that I've been part of this forum for 1 year!

A lot has changed since then. It used to be more fun.
9  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / How to Create a Bitcoin Receive Address from a Coin Flip | Question on: February 15, 2015, 08:22:11 AM
Holy Crap watch out;

How to create a Bitcoin Private Key and therefore a Unique Public Address, by flipping a Coin.[/u]

Step A.
Get a coin.  Label one side as “1” and the other side as “0”
Flip the coin 256 times and record the results as you go in groups of 4.  When you are done, your binary sequence should look something like this:

Binary: (Below is four sequences of 64 bits each 4x64=256)
0010 1000 1000 1111 0011 1001 1011 1011 1111 1101 0011 0110 1101 1010 0101 1010
0001 0010 1101 0001 0110 0010 1100 1011 0001 1000 1001 0111 1100 1001 0000 0010
0010 1000 1000 1011 0011 1001 1011 1011 0011 0110 1101 1010 0101 1010 0001 0010
1101 0001 0110 0010 1100 1011 0001 1000 1001 0111 1100 1001 0000 0010 0011 1101

The grouping and spaces are not important. They are grouped this way to make them "Human Friendly."
One Technical Note:  There is an upper limit on the range of acceptable valid public keys.  If for some reason you randomly flip the coin and you get 127 "1"s in a row, you are approaching the upper limit! 2

Step B.
The next step is to convert the Binary to HEX. Finding a Binary to Hex converter on-line that will handle that sized number is no easy task.
mathsisfun.com – This one can handle 64 bits at a time. Just keep them in order and separate.  Do 64 bits at a time. (4 times)

The Binary Number above Converted to HEX: (32 bytes)
288F 39BB FD36 DA5A 12D1 62CB 1897 C902 288B 39BB 36DA 5A12 D162 CB18 97C9 023D
This HEX number is your Raw Private Key, and again the spacing is not important.
*** Note: If you owned a pair of 16 sided dice, you could roll the pair 32 times and record the results like above and save the coin tossing found in Step A. ***

Step C.
Next, Cut and paste the HEX number into Brainwallet and choose “HEX” to “B58Check.”  This will create a very large number that begins with a “5”. This number is your private key “Wallet Import Format”.

*** You cannot use the Brainwallet BIN to HEX converter if you space them out like I did, due to the fact that Brianwallet adds a “0” place holder to every 4 bit BIN sequence. e.g. “1111” converted to HEX is “F” but Brainwallet converts it as “0F.”   But if you get rid of the spaces and paste the entire sequence in at once, you can use the BIN to BASE58Check converter and skip the HEX conversion (Step B.) altogether. In other words, lining the ones and zeroes up like I did, makes it more human friendly, but it makes you do an extra step.***

The HEX above converted to B58Check WIF:
5J89cr5WGdvQWeeekN5ZGzuXVsWREbAYku6MDeUgrJTjX1ZHhCX

Step D.
Next copy the private key WIF code. Click “Generator” and paste the private key into the Private Key box.  This will create your new Public Address.

WIF Format above Converted to Bitcoin Public Address:
1Cwd7i5R6GM56njNhyyr7RRUYo6e1AMg9A

You have now created a Private Bitcoin Key and a Public Address from 256 coin flips!

If you only use 256 coin flips, that means that there are only 256^2 posibilities for a bitcoin address generation.
Which means that there are only 65536 different combinations to create a bitcoin address.

A normal bitcoin address has 2^256 possible combinations aka 1.1579209e+77 aka 11579209<add 70 zeros here>.

DO NOT use this method.

I hope I am wrong and this actually is a suitable way to generate a secure bitcoin address.

Edit:

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EXTRA RANDOM:  It is scientifically plausible to detect bias in your coin or flip method (this is absurd, but possible). If you flip 1000's of these coins the exact same way and published the results, then possibly even a computer could read the data and find a pattern. So instead of flipping 1 coin 256 times, you could get 256 coins, all different if possible.  Then you flip half and your drinking buddy flips the other half, letting them land on as many different hard surfaces as possible in your house.  Record the results.  Then the only bias will be in your two methods of flipping,  but no one could ever crack your bias unless you publish the results with a large, sufficiently sized sampling pool.
Or you could flip the coin 128 times and then for the next 128 flips, swap the ones and zeros.
10  Other / Off-topic / I think I just found the best website ever - Uncyclopedia on: January 25, 2015, 08:13:22 AM
Uncyclopedia - The content free Encyclopedia

http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/Main_Page

Do you guys know of any good websites?
11  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Winklevoss twins look to legitimize Bitcoin with a regulated US exchange on: January 23, 2015, 09:42:27 PM
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Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss think they have the answer to Bitcoin's rocky 2014 and tumbling value: a "fully regulated" Bitcoin exchange based in the United States. If Bitcoin is to break through as the frictionless payment method many believe it can be, it must evolve into "an ecosystem that is free of hacking, fraud and security breaches," wrote Cameron Winklevoss in a blog post announcing the Gemini exchange.

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And US currency on Gemini will qualify for FDIC insurance, a measure that should have investors confident that funds will be "as safe and secure as they are in your bank account today."

Source: http://www.theverge.com/2015/1/23/7878351/winklevoss-gemini-bitcoin-exchange

So, who's ready for the price to rise again?
12  Other / Off-topic / WE'RE BACK!!!! on: January 23, 2015, 05:19:28 AM
OMG we were down for so long!!!

Lets discuss.
13  Other / Off-topic / Creepiest YouTube videos... on: January 07, 2015, 08:03:08 PM
Lets create a collection of scary YouTube videos.

I'll start it off with "Little babys Icecream"

http://youtu.be/erh2ngRZxs0
14  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Would it be possible to bring the Bitcoin-Qt to the iPad using this... on: January 06, 2015, 12:04:29 PM
https://chriskohlhepp.wordpress.com/qmole-bringing-the-free-world-of-linux-to-an-ipad-near-you/

This app will let you run linux on your (jailbroken) iPad. It hasn't been released yet but the developer has told me he is starting up a kickstarter for it.

So, would it be possible to run bitcoin-qt on there?
I guess lots of dependencies will need to be ported over.
15  Other / Off-topic / How to get an avatar on the forum right now! on: January 04, 2015, 09:56:13 PM
First find some ASCII art of whatever you want to be your avatar.

Then add this:

Code:
[font=monospace][size=1pt]
<ASCII avatar>
[/font][/size]

And you get this:

         7O
   @     GGG
  7R   CQGGQ
 SGR  GGGGGQ
7GGR #GGGGGQ      3GGGGGGS    SGC
RGGRRGGGGGGQ  7GGGGGGGGGGGG#(GGG(
QGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG
GGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGQGGGO
GGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGQRGGGGGGGGGGG
GGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGQRS///QGGGGGGGGGGR
GGGGGGGGGGGGGGQS(///^3QGGGGGGGGGGQ(
GGGGGGGGGGGQ3(//////SGGQS3GGGGGGGGQ
RGGGGGGGQ(//^///////RS(//RGGGGGGGGGt
   (((O /^^/^^^//^/////3RGGGGGGGGGGGC
     C///^/^^/^//^^^//^RGGGGGGGGGGGG7
    (7^//^/^^//((////^/QGGGGGGGGGGGQ(
    7R^ ^(S73/^   S//^^QGGRGGGGGGGGC
   O7     O3       (^/^GGQ3((QGGGGR
   S  OR(SO     /@  ///RR733S3QQ/
   #t  7S^O(       /^^/(////OO(
    7QCS^//(^     C3///////(/S
   O/^///////(OO33/////^/(7O#O
   C^^^^^/^/^^^^/^^/^^^^//(@RRR
    #(((/^^^^^^^^/^/^/^////RRBB@@C
   S(^/^^^//^^//^^////////^@RB@RRR@
  3^/^^/^//^^^^/^/^//^////(@RBBBB@BBO
 7/^^//^^//^/((OOSOO#(^///7@BBB@@@@BBC
   (3O3773SO//^/////^((///RBBB@B@@@BBR@t
         7RB@RO/^///^^////@BBB@@@@@@@BB@C
         BB@BBB#//^///////RB@B@@@@@@@B@BB#
         RB@BR@R@/^////^/RBB@@@@@@@@@B@@@BR
        ^B@@BB@@@Q///^//#B@@@@@@@@@@@@@@BBBO
        /@@@BB@@@7OOCO#@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@BBR#
        7@@B@B@@BC    /RB@@@@@@@@@@@@B@@@BBBBB


Which you are able to put into your signature, thus getting you an avatar. You're welcome!


Now I just need a few hours to colour my avatar and then I can relax. Smiley
16  Other / Meta / How to get an "Avatar" on: January 04, 2015, 09:53:53 PM
First find some ASCII art of whatever you want to be your avatar.

Then add this:

Code:
[font=monospace][size=1pt]
<ASCII avatar>
[/font][/size]

And you get this:

          7O
   @     GGG
  7R   CQGGQ
 SGR  GGGGGQ
7GGR #GGGGGQ      3GGGGGGS    SGC
RGGRRGGGGGGQ  7GGGGGGGGGGGG#(GGG(
QGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG
GGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGQGGGO
GGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGQRGGGGGGGGGGG
GGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGQRS///QGGGGGGGGGGR
GGGGGGGGGGGGGGQS(///^3QGGGGGGGGGGQ(
GGGGGGGGGGGQ3(//////SGGQS3GGGGGGGGQ
RGGGGGGGQ(//^///////RS(//RGGGGGGGGGt
   (((O /^^/^^^//^/////3RGGGGGGGGGGGC
     C///^/^^/^//^^^//^RGGGGGGGGGGGG7
    (7^//^/^^//((////^/QGGGGGGGGGGGQ(
    7R^ ^(S73/^   S//^^QGGRGGGGGGGGC
   O7     O3       (^/^GGQ3((QGGGGR
   S  OR(SO     /@  ///RR733S3QQ/
   #t  7S^O(       /^^/(////OO(
    7QCS^//(^     C3///////(/S
   O/^///////(OO33/////^/(7O#O
   C^^^^^/^/^^^^/^^/^^^^//(@RRR
    #(((/^^^^^^^^/^/^/^////RRBB@@C
   S(^/^^^//^^//^^////////^@RB@RRR@
  3^/^^/^//^^^^/^/^//^////(@RBBBB@BBO
 7/^^//^^//^/((OOSOO#(^///7@BBB@@@@BBC
   (3O3773SO//^/////^((///RBBB@B@@@BBR@t
         7RB@RO/^///^^////@BBB@@@@@@@BB@C
         BB@BBB#//^///////RB@B@@@@@@@B@BB#
         RB@BR@R@/^////^/RBB@@@@@@@@@B@@@BR
        ^B@@BB@@@Q///^//#B@@@@@@@@@@@@@@BBBO
        /@@@BB@@@7OOCO#@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@BBR#
        7@@B@B@@BC    /RB@@@@@@@@@@@@B@@@BBBBB


Which you are able to put into your signature, thus getting you an avatar. You're welcome!
17  Economy / Digital goods / [WTB] BUYING 800 MICROSOFT POINTS for $15 in Bitcoin [Australian] on: December 19, 2014, 08:38:21 AM
I need to change my gamertag because it sucks.

I will go first.... unless you seem very sketchy.

Oh yeah, and I am redeeming the code in Australia. So make sure it is from there.
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / How do I install the GenesisH0 X13 module? on: December 17, 2014, 10:23:51 PM
I'm trying to install this X13 module for GenesisH0 but I am not sure how to. Could someone please explain how to install it?


Cheers

e1ghtSpace



P.S. I'm not sure if this is the right topic to post this in.
19  Other / Off-topic / Goodbye steam games for Bitcoin (sort of) on: December 17, 2014, 08:11:43 PM
http://www.extremetech.com/gaming/196079-valve-enables-region-locking-in-steam-to-stop-you-buying-cheap-games-from-russia

Steam is Region locking games! Mainly so that we don't buy cheap games from Russia but if you want to trade Bitcoin for a steam game you need to find a person from your country. It sucks a lot.
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Vote for FindCoin's Specs [Faucet Distribution] on: December 15, 2014, 06:17:14 AM
Thread Link: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=894043.0

If you would like to see more voting options simply post in this thread the desired specs you would like to see and I will add them to the poll.


Last Poll's results:

25% yearly stake   - 31 voters (41%)


First poll's result:




Happy Voting!

After we have accumulated a substantial amount of votes I will change the poll to answer other questions.
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