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1  Economy / Speculation / I came back to this post after a year! Nobbynobbynoob's awesome prediction! on: November 05, 2013, 07:43:44 PM
The title of the thread is "come back to this post and see if i am wrong", LOL!

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=26221.0
2  Economy / Economics / US Dollar Value - Some Interesting Graphs on: November 05, 2013, 06:20:40 PM
As of this posting, the US dollar is only worth 0.00389105 BTC!

Here is a graph of the value of USD in terms of BTC.



To see all the data easily, I applied a log scale.



3  Economy / Economics / US Dollar Value - 0.00389105 BTC on: November 05, 2013, 05:54:14 PM
It's now time to start reporting the value of the US dollar in terms of Bitcoins.  This thread can be used to keep track of this metric.  So keep this thread updated with the current exchange rate!

As of this posting, the US dollar is only worth 0.00389105 BTC!

Here is a graph of the value of USD in terms of BTC.



To see all the data easily, I applied a log scale.



NOTE:  I copied this from my post in Speculation.  I thought it might be more appropriate here.
4  Economy / Speculation / US Dollar Value - 0.00389105 BTC on: November 05, 2013, 05:10:26 PM
It's now time to start reporting the value of the US dollar in terms of Bitcoins.  This thread can be used to keep track of this metric.  So keep this thread updated with the current exchange rate!

As of this posting, the US dollar is only worth 0.00389105 BTC!

Here is a graph of the value of USD in terms of BTC.



To see all the data easily, I applied a log scale.

5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Need help to not lose bitcoins on: September 12, 2012, 04:05:04 AM
Hi there!

I use to mine bitcoins for a while with EclipseMC and I had about 37 BTC stored in my account there.  Well I was going to cash them out, but accidentally hit the cash out button sooner than I meant to and they were sent to my address.

Well it has been a very long time since I used my bitcoin wallet and so the blockchain it has is very outdated.  I currently have it updating the blockchain, but it has been running for 24 hours and still has about 10,000 blocks to go.  And it's getting slower the closer it gets.  I'm only getting about 8-9 connections and the version I'm using is 0.3.23-beta.  I know I need to update the version, but I'm worried that I'll lose my address and the transaction that's in progress.  Btw, I've already backed up my wallet.dat, but I don't think it will do much good since my bitcoins have not arrived yet.

Is there any way to speed up the updating of the blockchain?  (I did the port-forwarding for the firewall, but I'm not exactly sure if I did it correctly.)
6  Other / Meta / PM Outbox - no messages on: July 27, 2011, 03:31:53 PM
My personal message outbox is showing no messages, even though I just send a few.  Do they get deleted after they are sent?  If not, how do I view them?  Thanks!
7  Economy / Goods / 1992 Mitsubishi 3000GT - [SOLD] on: July 25, 2011, 05:39:39 PM
SOLD
8  Other / Off-topic / Gomez Peer + Bitcoin Mining = Success! on: July 25, 2011, 03:30:45 PM
Does your CPU seem bored and disinterested in life lately?  

Does it sit there alone, idly watching your GPU have all the fun?  

Well now you can put your CPU to work as well!  Just click in my signature to sign up for Gomez Peer.  It uses your idle CPU cycles and pays you cash for it each month.

Your CPU will thank you.    Smiley
9  Other / Beginners & Help / Gomez Peer on: July 25, 2011, 02:53:15 PM
Hey Newbies!  Feel like making even more money with your computer?  I'm sure you do. Smiley

Now you can put your CPU to work as well as your GPU! 

Just click in my signature to sign up for Gomez Peer.  It uses your idle CPU cycles and pays you cash for it each month.

Have fun raking in even more cash!
10  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Gomez Peer + Bitcoin Mining = Success! on: July 25, 2011, 02:50:14 PM
Does your CPU seem bored and disinterested in life lately? 

Does it sit there alone, idly watching your GPU have all the fun? 

Well now you can put your CPU to work as well!  Just click in my signature to sign up for Gomez Peer.  It uses your idle CPU cycles and pays you cash for it each month.

Your CPU will thank you.   Smiley
11  Economy / Economics / Time Value of Bitcoin on: July 23, 2011, 06:42:57 AM
What is the time value of bitcoin?

Please, only respond if you know what you're talking about.
12  Bitcoin / Mining / What is your mining speed? on: July 14, 2011, 04:05:43 PM
I'm expecting there will be a nice bell curve, with an emphasis on the lower speeds.  Feel free to change your vote if you change or modify your mining hardware.  Have fun!   Grin
13  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Usage statistics? on: July 11, 2011, 04:05:38 PM
Does anyone know how many people use bitcoins?  How many wallets are out there?  How many miners are currently mining?
14  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Need help! Ubuntu 11.04 wireless problems on: July 09, 2011, 10:05:24 PM
I recently setup a mining rig with 2 Sapphire Radeon 5850s.  I installed Ubuntu 11.04 and a TP-LINK TL-WN722N wireless adapter.  I can mine fine and I can get wireless fine.  The problem comes when theres a network interruption.  It just won't reconnect to the network for some reason.  I've tried looking through the Ubuntu forums, but I can't find anything that really helps.  It usually stops working when I'm away from the house, so I lose a lot of precious mining time.  When I get home all I have to do is open the list of networks and click the wireless network I use.  In the properties for the network, I have the "connect automatically" box checked, but it still doesn't work.

Any help would be greatly appreciated!
15  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Bitcoin Markets on: July 06, 2011, 06:54:44 PM
I started mining a little while ago and now I have a few bitcoins to my name.  I'm now starting to look at the market side of things, but things are a little confusing.  The first big question is tradehill or mtgox.  The biggest factor for me is how much will be lost in the transactions.  I don't care that much that mtgox was hacked.

How much is the total fees for buying and selling bitcoins on mtgox?

How much for tradehill?

Also, how much to convert the mtgox or tradehill dollars to dwolla dollars?

And finally does it cost to send those dwolla dollars to my bank?
16  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Settle down! on: July 05, 2011, 08:34:48 PM
If everyone here would just take half the time the use yelling Buy!/Sell!, Rally!/Crash! and spend it promoting this new currency that we're trying to introduce/working on security issues/something useful, then the Bitcoin world would be a much nicer place.  Smiley
17  Other / Beginners & Help / Eclipse Mining Consortium (No fees!) on: July 01, 2011, 03:35:56 PM
If you're new and looking for a pool to join, check out the Eclipse Mining Consortium!

Are there any fees?
"No, the only "fee" we keep is the transaction fees when a block is generated. We also have a 10% surcharge on Paypal Payouts to cover costs, otherwise no other fees are charged."

What is the reward system?
"We are currently employing a modified proportional system with a score based system coming online very shortly."

There is a US server, a UK server and a server for Australia and Asia.

You can connect very easily with poclbm or phoenix.

How do I connect to EclipseMC with poclbm?

For US residents
./poclbm.py -u <worker_name> -p <worker_pass> --host=http://us.eclipsemc.com --port=8337
For UK residents:
./poclbm.py -u <worker_name> -p <worker_pass> --host=http://eu.eclipsemc.com --port=8337
For Australia and Asia:
./poclbm.py -u <worker_name> -p <worker_pass> --host=http://pacrim.eclipsemc.com --port=8337

How do I connect to EclipseMC with Phoenix Miner?
For US residents:
./phoenix.py -u http://<worker_name>:<workerpass>@us.eclipsemc.com:8337
For UK residents:
./phoenix.py -u http://<worker_name>:<workerpass>@eu.eclipsemc.com:8337
For Australia and Asia:
./phoenix.py -u http://<worker_name>:<workerpass>@pacrim.eclipsemc.com:8337

Btw, I only mine with the eclipse mining consortium as an individual.  I don't get any reward for referring new members.  I'm just trying to help spread the word and help the community grow.   Grin

TL/DR:
There are no fees and it uses a modified proportional system.
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