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1  Economy / Services / I will re-audit your twitter for free on: January 30, 2018, 02:41:08 AM
Hello, guys! I have Pro-account at twitter audit and would be glad to help you and re-audit your twitter accounts  Wink
BTW, lets follow each other, my twitter link is https://twitter.com/luh_harris
2  Other / Off-topic / Re-audit your twitter for free on: January 29, 2018, 06:43:39 AM
Hello, guys! I have Pro-account at twitter audit and would be glad to help you with re-audit your twitter accounts  Smiley
BTW, lets follow each other, my twitter link is https://twitter.com/luh_harris
3  Other / Beginners & Help / I will make twitter audit for you on: January 28, 2018, 02:49:37 AM
Hello, guys! I have Pro-account at twitter audit and would be glad to help you with re-audit your twitter accounts for free  Smiley
BTW, lets follow each other, my twitter link is https://twitter.com/luh_harris
4  Local / Разное / Обновлю twitter-audit on: January 27, 2018, 01:04:52 AM
Привет, ребята, пишите ссылки на свои твиттеры и указывайте, кому нужен аудит. Можно подписываться взаимно ))
Мой твиттер https://twitter.com/luh_harris
5  Economy / Economics / Forex trading on: February 04, 2012, 04:34:17 AM
Just wanted to share some info with you guys. I been playing with forex trading automatic trader with signals that buy when either over bought/sold signal is detected. Still messing MA settings but I got a profit of 8% today off of 2,000 USD invested.
6  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Idea to go GPU and not FPGA on: February 03, 2012, 04:09:51 PM
I been looking at FPGA mining because of the cost of electricity and Dec 2012. Well I figure why not just keep going the GPU route? Why not power your mining rigs with wind/solar power? Sure there is a nice little start up cost; however, going green for your home means you qualify for tax credit. So for us with a set goal in mind for our desired hashing power wind/solar makes sense. Instead of investing in FPGA the offset cost between GPU and FPGA can be spent on going green. So you get same energy cost if you were running FPGA and you get the cheap hashing power of GPU.

So assuming 36 6870 for 10Gh/s
11,500 cost of PC hardware (not solar/wind hardware)
5 dollars a coins

By Dec 2012 You could very well be in profit assuming you sale coins above 5 dollars. Also after you're ready to stop mining or bitcoin goes under you still have green energy to keep your bill down, PCs, GPUs that can be sold, no trying to find a use for your FPGAs, and the warm feeling of going green.
7  Other / Beginners & Help / hashing speed for solo mining? on: February 03, 2012, 03:41:14 PM
How many Gh/s would I need to solo mine and actually generate blocks on a daily basis.
8  Other / Beginners & Help / Advice on rig build on: February 02, 2012, 07:02:01 PM
I been reading a lot and I keep running into the same conclusion. If I want to mine and be profitable after Dec 2012 I need to go the FPGA route. If I were to invest in 50 FPGAs that mine each at roughly 200Mh/s I would break even in roughly 11 months and still be doing good after Dec when the blocks go down to 25 coins. Before Dec I would mine roughly 1,500 USD a month at 5.50 USD per coin.

My question is should I still stick to GPUs or go ahead and buy FPGAs? I have no clue on what I would need to run 50 FPGAs but I do know how to setup and run multiple rigs with GPUs.

So for now I am taking anyone's advice on builds. So let me hear your input please.
9  Other / Beginners & Help / Solo Mining?? on: September 09, 2011, 02:52:31 AM
I am running a Q6600 and ASUS EAH6850 OCed to engine 905/MEM 750 @ 1.57v\
GUIMiner - v2011-08-24
I get roughly 225Mhash/s with -v -f80 -w128 aggression =11
I have it configured to allow the computer to still be used for internet and videos.

My question is can I pause solo mining or will it mess me up on probability?
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