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1  Other / Beginners & Help / Doing a deal for a domain using bitcoin escrow, need an opinion fast. on: March 02, 2014, 01:06:59 AM
I am selling someone a domain name with bitcoin using btcrow.
They put the amount agreed upon in escrow and I noticed they are using 3 different emails, 1 to contact me, 1 for godaddy and 1 for the escrow. The name on the one he contacted me is different from the godaddy account. He says he uses a different name for "seo purposes".
Needless to say it was a huge red flag for me.
Just want an opinion is this seems shady or not, I don't know anything about seo so I don't know if there is an actual reason for doing what he says.

Thanks in advance, any help appreciated!
2  Bitcoin / Mining support / Mining PPC at Coinotron Need Help Please on: April 06, 2013, 05:26:43 PM
I can mine BTC and LTC no problem at coinotron, I setup a new worker and set to PPC, with GUIMiner it hashes but says "Verification Error Check Hardware" and doesnt accept any shares, and when I try cgminer it sits at "Starting" and never starts. I downloaded cgminer and pointed GUIMiner to the right directory but still doesn't start.

I tried different ports 9322 and 8322, both connect but give me verification error. Any help much appreciated I am pulling my hair out.
3  Economy / Goods / DOMAIN NAMES!!! on: July 19, 2012, 04:16:23 PM
4  Economy / Goods / CPU's and RAM Clearance! Plus HD's , Optical Drives, you name it... on: August 01, 2011, 02:04:17 PM
I am selling a bunch of old hardware, some of it I listed on Ebay some I didn't. I have tons of RAM , if anyone needs shit tons of DDR ram for cheap rigs, I also have a few IDE and SATA HD's, 2.5" and 3.5". It is too much to list everything, so if you need a random part, optical drive, hard drive, cpu, let me know, I may have it laying around. Here is some stuff I listed on Ebay so far:

Link to the Ebay listings.

Same list of items in no particular order:
Intel Pentium 4 1.5GHz Socket 423 Williamette Processor   

Intel Pentium 4 2GHz Socket 478 Northwood Processor   

Intel Pentium 4 2.8GHz SL79K 478 Pin Prescott Processor      
Intel Celeron 2GHz Socket 478 Northwood Processor SL6SW
AMD Athlon 64 3200+ 2GHz Socket AM2 Orleans Processor

AMD Athlon 64 3400+ 2.2GHz Socket 939 Venice Processor

Intel Celeron D 330 2.66GHz Socket 478 SL7NV Processor

Intel Pentium Dual Core E6300 2.8GHz Wolfdale Processor
HYNIX 8GB DDR2 800 PC-6400 Desktop Memory 4x2GB

AMD Athlon II X4 620 2.6GHz Quad Core Propus Processor

Ramaxel 4GB DDR3 PC3-10666 1333Mhz Laptop Memory
5  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / 6870 Vapor X. Anyone test it? Also single slot cards with mining power? on: July 29, 2011, 03:22:14 PM
That is all...
6  Bitcoin / Mining support / 2 Nodes @ 100% Load for 2 Months | No Humans | Max Uptime! on: July 25, 2011, 01:29:59 PM
My goal is pretty simple to understand , not so simple to achieve.

I need two nodes to run for two months without any help from anything but themselves.

I have around 2 weeks to figure this out. Hash Node 2 is being built right now. I have had success keeping HN1 running for over 5 days until I stopped them for some reason I can't remember. I use Windows 7 x64 with all the enhanced GUI features off in combination with the PCLBM GUI with excellent results.  I will be running two separate nodes, one with 6950x2 and one with a 5870/5850. Both intel based, one is P45 other is Z68.

Hear are my main concerns,

Using WiFi (Cheap Router & Adapters)
No Config to continue correctly if system reboots
No One to check on it
No Communication
No Access to a computer

Plus any other variables...

Shit late for work, be back later, thanks in advance for any advice, I will try to logon at work...

7  Economy / Goods / 17 BITCOIN REALTED DOMAINS FOR SALE on: July 17, 2011, 12:36:29 PM
8  Other / Obsolete (selling) / Must have domains..., + 15 MORE on: June 22, 2011, 11:48:43 AM
Not ready to buy? Forwarding also available!


Proof of ownership available.

I can supply the $$$ if you supply the code!
 Interested in being partners on a site? PLEASE LET ME KNOW!!
9  Other / Obsolete (selling) / BITCOIN DOMAINS FOR SALE BY OWNER (PROOF OF OWNERSHIP AVAILABLE) Update June 9 on: June 09, 2011, 12:13:53 AM

Highest Bidder

I may consider the following new or used hardware as an offer.

ATI/AMD Radeon HD 58XX , 5970 , 69XX Series & Asus Ares
Intel Core CPU's , AMD Phenom CPU's
LGA775 , AM3 and above Mobos (Asus & Gigabyte Preferred)
Corsair 1000Watt PSU's


10  Bitcoin / Project Development / BITCOIN DOMAINS FOR SALE on: June 08, 2011, 10:44:11 PM


Highest Bidder

11  Bitcoin / Mining / OpenArgs.. just some software I want to share... on: March 28, 2011, 01:52:37 PM

"Open With Arguments is an extension for Windows that allows users to directly pass arguments to executable files.  Instead of opening a Command Prompt, changing to the appropriate directory, and typing in the filename and parameters, users can right-click on any executable file directly in Windows Explorer, select Open With Arguments, and then enter the parameters.

Open With Arguments can be used with both GUI and CLI applications.  When launching a CLI application (such as a batch file), the Command Prompt will remain open after execution to allow the user to view any output.  Open With Arguments can be configured to work with any executable file format recognized by the Windows shell; by default, it works with .exe, .bat, and .cmd files.

Note:  As of version 1.2, argument history is supported (see screenshots).

Open With Arguments was written and packaged with the free, powerful, and open source AutoIt scripting language and Inno Setup installer."
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / This is very bad... on: March 28, 2011, 01:21:59 PM

This is the most popular Malware Removal software. This is very bad for Bitcoins image.
13  Bitcoin / Mining / updated 4/2/11 on: March 28, 2011, 03:28:27 AM
Updated 3/28/11

please contribute info to this site.

added files section, send me links and i will host the files for free

thank you
14  Bitcoin / Project Development / pleeease help me on: March 27, 2011, 07:08:12 PM
So I want to make this site a nice place for everyone to find all the links they need to pools and miners and such...

I am doing it on free time , haven't gotten much done, if you guys can help me gather some links and short descriptions  of pools and mining tools it would help me a lot.

It is pretty straight forward the site and I want to keep it that way, for pool descriptions im thinking like 40 characters or something

any help appreciated

edit: ill be afk for a while so sorry if i can't respond to any questions
15  Economy / Marketplace / Offering my domain names for use... on: March 27, 2011, 04:23:45 PM
I own the following domains...

I am not using them for anything right now...

If anyone has a site they want me to forward to or wants to make a site and host it let me know...

I bought them just for fun, I am not a web developer....

I am open to any ideas...
16  Bitcoin / Mining / Quick BIOS Question... on: March 26, 2011, 01:51:23 PM
Can anyone help me understand these particular settings?

Thanks in advance!
17  Other / Off-topic / Need help setting up a very simple webserver... on: March 26, 2011, 02:38:25 AM
So I want to host a tiny one page site from my computer for multiple domain names i have
 , the same page for all sites, 1 page , mostly a small amount of text

can someone help me with this in windows and i will donate some coin to them??
18  Other / Off-topic / Bitcoin related domain names... on: March 26, 2011, 02:02:33 AM
Anything think investing in some bitcoin related domain names right now would be a good idea?
19  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Radeon HD 58XX Series users get in here! on: March 20, 2011, 07:29:52 PM
So i just booted up a used 5830...

800/1000 (Stock Speeds)
SDK 2.3
Catalyst 11.2
POCLBM -f 60 -v
65 C
200 mhash/s

Now I have a few ideas on how to pull some more out but before I start screwing around I thought maybe someone could share their settings and experience with this particular series of cards and have any advice for me....

lol I did everything to squeeze 80 mhash/s out of my 4850 and to boot this guy up and immediately see 200 mhash felt pretty good.

If anyone is wondering I paid $150 for the card , I am going to sell the 4850 on Ebay for somewhere between $40-$60 (still have original packaging and everything) , so basically I spent $100 , not bad right?

20  Bitcoin / Mining / Too pool or not to pool? That is the question..+ a poll & poolings effect on BTC on: March 18, 2011, 12:39:24 PM

I have been reading and playing around with bitcoin software for a couple of weeks now. I certainly do not consider myself an expert. Most decisions I had made have came to me very easily and I feel I am understanding the network more and more everyday.

At first I decided I do not want to pool, even though I am hashing rather slowly right now I will be increasing the speed as much and as often as I can.
I know if I pool I will see fractions of bitcoins coming in at a more steady rate than if I mine solo which with my current rig right now will take me over a month of mining to see a bitcoin.

My questions about pooling are...

Was the network designed for pooling?

Would it be more beneficial to miners if there were no pools?

Doesn't having pools hashing at mega rates hurt the chances of the new comers or slow hash solo miners that are integral to the growth of the network?

I am trying to look at it from outside the box not really as a miner.

I want to know the effect mining pooling will have on the network , the difficulty , inflation , deflation, motivation of new miners and so forth and if in the long term if it will hurt the network?

Anything else interesting you might want to add go ahead I'm all ears.

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