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1  Economy / Speculation / New bitcoin nodes popping up in Asia on: January 02, 2012, 05:40:50 PM
I've been keeping my eye on this site where they show the active nodes in the past 48hrs for a few months now.

What I've been seeing is that there are many new nodes appearing in Asia in the past two months where it was nearly completely dark.

Will 2012 be the year that the giants like China and India among other countries start embracing bitcoin? One thing for sure is that the news of bitcoin is definitely spreading into these area.
The bars at Beijing, Seoul, and Taipei have been growing fast and small bars have been appearing all over the Southeast Asia as well as India.

It will be really exciting to see new exchanges and services appear in these area in 2012.
2  Economy / Goods / Selling a 2x mining rig 3x 5850 Seasonic 850w 80Silver in Los Angeles area on: December 08, 2011, 05:00:46 AM
I'm looking to sell a couple of mining rigs I run because I'm going to be moving soon to a smaller place with not enough available outlets.

If you don't need HD we can't exclude that depending on your need.

Intel Pentium 4 521 these are 64-bit capable ones - $10  

Intel D975XBXLKR ATX LGA775 With Audio And Gigabit LAN - $55

A single stick of 1gb RAM - $5

3x Visiontek 5850 non reference - $360

Seasonic ss-850ht 850w with cable 80plus silver PSU. $105

Western Digital Caviar 80GB - $15

usb wireless dongle - free bonus

Total $550 or bitcoin equivalent Plus shipping cost if not local. Will accept dwolla as well.

Each rig is capable of surpassing 1Ghash+ depending on settings.

3  Other / Off-topic / Steve Jobs died. on: October 05, 2011, 11:44:22 PM
Just tweeted by yahoo and on front page. OH man... now what happens to apple stock price?
4  Other / Meta / Allowing alt chains to leverage forum readership @ bitcointalk? on: August 26, 2011, 06:43:28 PM
Why are we allowing this?  Huh

Seems like the same logic as Ixcoin wanting a booth at bitcoin conf, yet we even have created a dedicated section to ease the gathering of initial mining network power by using our forum traffic as a leverage.

Just doesn't seem right to me. Alt blockchains are fine and all, but should the bitcoin community really accomodate them with such openess when they are aiming directly to compete for the same hashing power from miners that support bitcoin network? Afterall, the true value of bitcoin comes from the size of it's network and it's participants imo.

It's one thing to be open to ideas of new competing blockchains, but another to give them a forum for discussion under our own roof and letting them leverage our readership for release. I'm curious how the community feels about this.
5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Fear and disinformation on: July 02, 2011, 01:25:18 AM
it's the way to start off the weekend.  Grin
6  Other / Politics & Society / Wikileaks. A chance for your Bitcoin to shine. on: June 29, 2011, 03:32:31 AM
Wikileaks posted this page up on their website today to bring more awareness to their ongoing payment processor problem. They have been under the scrutiny from the payment processors for 6 months now and I think bitcoin community can step up and answer the call and show support for Wikileaks. No matter what political background you are, I'm sure most can agree that more transparency in government activity in current times is for the benefit of everyone.

Wikileaks put themselves in the firing lane to be the eyes, ears, and voice of the common people and it's important that we show them that we appreciate and need their service now more than ever through our donations. I cannot think of a better place to donate your discretionary coins and it's great way to show that in truly FREE economy, money will go where they provide the services that people demand.

7  Bitcoin / Mining / nvm closed on: June 24, 2011, 03:11:55 PM
8  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / SPAM is worse than the actual MtGOX debacle on: June 20, 2011, 05:11:11 AM
All else will be back to normal better and stronger and doesn't effect me, but SPAM pisses me off Undecided
9  Bitcoin / Mining / I wish I never started mining on: June 04, 2011, 09:50:50 AM
So another huge price jump today. I really really really wish I had not spent all the extra money in mining equip and just bought btc instead straight up early this year. The difference is painful to think about. Not to mention that each difficulty jump is another step towards the end of mining altogether.

This is just me spending my dollar on btc equipment for mining only also. Imagine if you cashed out and reinvested mined bitcoins to buy equipment along the way, you would have lost out on much bigger chunk of your profit and more.

I was making amends with my decisions in the past, but I'm thinking now that this mistake will someday be realized in millions lost 20 years down the line and maybe more. I'm also kickin myself in the ass for not buying when it was at $7 with everything I had liquid. I wish I did it when it was at $.5, but I didn't have the balls or the vision.

It's does makes me happy the price is up, but I know that the difficulty will jump and my equipment will be making that much less btc very shortly reducing it's effectiveness once again in btc production. Sure it might be bringing in same dollar amount if price goes up keeping it in the profit range a bit longer, but you will never make as many btc as you would have if you just bought outright at this pace. I would rather have more btc for my money for the long haul rather than get a trickles of it which still will amount to less at the end. Had I known that buying btc outright will net me more btc overall, I would have just purchased instead as btc is an investment for me anyways.

Ok I'm done ranting. I guess it sucks how I can't just be 100% happy about the price going up without knowing my mining equipment will become less effective proportionally because of it for btc production. YAY to breaking the $10, $15 barrier though!
10  Other / Obsolete (selling) / Shogun 2 steam activation code 2btc on: May 29, 2011, 10:43:14 PM
Ok I was forwarded an activation coded for a Shogun 2 for a 5850 I bought and I already have this game. 2btc and it's yours.

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