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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / [ANN] Dash Masternode Tool - easy control your Dash masternode [Windows/Mac/Lin] on: March 17, 2021, 04:38:26 PM
About project

The main purpose of the application is to give masternode operators (MNOs) the ability to send the start masternode command through an easy to use a graphical user interface if the masternode collateral is controlled by a hardware wallet such as Trezor, KeepKey or Ledger.

Dash masternodes are full nodes which are incentivized by receiving a share of the block reward as payment in return for the tasks they perform for the network, of which the most important include participation in InstantSend and PrivateSend transactions. In order to run a masternode, apart from setting up a server which runs the software, you must dedicate 1000 Dash as collateral, which is "tied up" in your node as long as you want it to be considered a masternode by the network. It is worth mentioning that the private key controlling the funds can (and for security reasons, should) be kept separately from the masternode server itself.

A server with the Dash daemon software installed will operate as a Dash full node, but before the rest of the network accepts it as a legitimate masternode, one more thing must happen: the person controlling the node must prove that they are also in control of the private key to the node's 1000 Dash collateral. This is achieved by sending a special message to the network (start masternode message), signed by this private key.

This action can be carried out using the Dash Core reference software client. As can be expected, this requires sending 1000 Dash to an address controlled by the Dash Core wallet. After the recent increase in the value of Dash and a burst in the amount of malware distributed over the Internet, you do not have to be paranoid to conclude that keeping large amounts of funds in a software wallet is not the most secure option. For these reasons, it is highly recommended to use a hardware wallet for this purpose.

Feature list
-Sending the start masternode command if the collateral is controlled by a hardware wallet
-Transferring masternode earnings safely, without touching the 1000 Dash funding transaction
-Signing messages with a hardware wallet
-Voting on proposals
-Initialization/recovery of hardware wallets seeds
-Updating of hardware wallets firmware (Trezor/KeepKey)
-Support for Dash Testnet

Supported hardware wallets
-Trezor (model One and T)
-Ledger Nano S



Startpost is in the process of updating.
2  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] ZOTAC 1080 Amp Extreme edition GPU. Not mined on. $350 shipped. on: June 27, 2018, 09:57:48 PM
As the title states, I'm looking to sell 1x ZOTAC 1080 Amp Extreme edition GPU, in the original box.  This was put into my gaming rig for about a month before I put it back into the box and swapped it out for something smaller.  All in all it was used for light gaming, and it was never modded, mined on, or anything like that.

Looking for $425 $350 shipped, or best offer.  US only.  Ships same day or day after payment.  No low balling.  Payment in BTC only.

PM me with any questions.

3  Economy / Computer hardware / WTS 2 older CPUs (GPUs sold) on: August 29, 2017, 07:59:20 PM

Some stuff for sale:

(4X) Sapphire Nitro R9 390 GPUs.  They are second hand to me, running for about 2-3 months, un-modded, non-overclocked, in a clean, cool environment.  No issues with video output, no weird hashrate fluctuations... they just run.  They get about 30-32MH each in SMOS without any tweaking.  I love the 4 card rig I have right now running them, but I'm thinking about standardizing on Nvidia cards at the moment.  $200/card plus shipping to continental US only.

(2x) Gigabyte Windforce R9 270x GPUs.  Never used for mining, they were in my gaming PC that was very rarely used.  $100/card plus shipping.

(2x) Intel G530 2.40GHZ Celeron CPUs.  Never used.  I bought them from Amazon when I was waiting on a GPU order, but never put them in a rig.  By the time I realized they weren't compatible with the boards I had, the return window for Amazon had closed.  $25/CPU plus shipping.

Update- 2x 390s sold already.

Update 9/17- Another 390 sold.

Update 9/19- Both R9 270s sold.

Update 9/20- Last R9 390 sold.

Payment in ETH, LTC, BTC, or AUR.

PM me if you're interested.


4  Economy / Computer hardware / Documenting a purchase with another user on: August 23, 2017, 05:37:10 PM
Creating this thread to document the agreement made with user SCSI2 for the following items that I am purchasing from him:

4X EVGA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti GAMING, 04G-P4-6251-KR, 4GB GDDR5, DX12 OSD Support (PXOC)
2X EVGA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti SSC GAMING ACX 3.0, 04G-P4-6255-KR, 4GB GDDR5, DX12 OSD Support (PXOC)
1X Thermaltake Toughpower TPD-0750M 80 PLUS Gold (NEW sealed)

Payment amount has been agreed upon in PM, and payment will be sent as soon as he is able to confirm the agreement here.

5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Service Discussion (Altcoins) / Criptoe.Com Physical Coin thread on: December 12, 2014, 03:07:35 PM
This thread is for customer interaction for the Criptoe physical coins.

More info to come.

6  Economy / Digital goods / Looking for $100 Digital Ocean Github credit code. on: November 01, 2014, 03:05:01 PM
As title states, I'm looking for the Github student pack $100 Digital Ocean code.  Need it today.

Will accept a donation if you're feeling generous  Grin.  Otherwise, BTC or NLG are possible payment methods.

PM me.

7  Economy / Collectibles / UNMODERATED: Bitcoin Bucks,Banksy Bitcoin and Bullshit art on a Dollar. on: October 18, 2014, 12:52:53 AM
Just so this thread is in compliance with the subforum topic, I am selling some truth about otrkid70.  I will accept 0.000000000001 bitcoin, if you would like to pay me.  PM me for details.  Or you could just have the truth for free.  Whatever floats your boat.

Also for sale... random crap I have laying around the house.  Prices vary.  Again... PM me for details.

Just a heads up on this otrkid70 dude.  Total tool.  He threatens forum members with legal action and then deletes his posts when someone calls him out, saying "I haven't deleted a single post".  You can practically taste the hypocrisy in his posts.  In the venison jerky thread he blasted the forum member for the possible use of "loopholes".  Then he posts the loophole he uses for his new sales thread.

Don't let his cancer spread.


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Otrkid is the same dude that flat out threatened that he was reporting another forum member to federal authorities for selling venison jerky.  You can find the thread here:  It also appears that he deleted most of his earlier posts to make himself look less like a tool, but you can find his quoted posts through the thread.

Honestly, people... don't feed the troll.


Just in case you didn't see my post.  I'll make sure it stays up for people to see.


"I haven't deleted a single post yet" says otrkid....  Roll Eyes


Really want this to stay off your thread, huh?  Maybe I'll just start a new thread and post it there.

8  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS - maybe](20x) Gridseed 5-chip, no mods, original boxes w/ cables & PSUs on: August 15, 2014, 10:27:05 PM

    I just wanted to gauge interest in 20 x unmodded GSD 5-chips with cables and PSUs in original boxes/shipping box.  I don't have a price in mind, but if there is an offer that sparks my interest, they're yours.  They work fine.  I just want to clear some room in my place and consolidate my equipment.

    I've shipped a lot of equipment in the past, and 2-3 day shipping is about $50 for this package size/weight from CA to anywhere in continental US.  Please include this cost in your offer. 

    I'd prefer non-escrow deal in the US for fast turn-around for you and me.  My reputation and trust should be sufficient for this kind of deal.


9  Economy / Computer hardware / [SOLD] R9 270s $110 / 270Xs $125 / $70 MB /Free USB Risers with each GPU!!! on: March 07, 2014, 03:01:01 AM
Everything sold.  Thanks, everyone.


My business partner and I have been rethinking our mining operation, and we've decided to sell off some gear to work on other avenues of our crypto endeavors .  We have gear that has been sitting in boxes waiting to be put into rigs, but we haven't had a chance to get it up and running due to power limitations in our rental homes.  Some of the gear has been mined with for around a month or less, at stock settings, but most of it was just unboxed, checked, and put back into the boxes.  Everything comes with original boxes, or can be shipped without boxes to save on shipping with multiple pieces.  The list of gear is as follows:

I just received:

200 x Sata powered USB risers(18" cable) - $8 each, shipped!!!!
If you order 10 or more, they are $7 each, shipped.[/s]

I'll throw in a free riser for each GPU you buy.
(While supplies last)

9 x Gigabyte R9 270 ( - $110 each shipped, or better if ordering multiples or without boxes.

4 x Sapphire Dual-X R9 270X ( - $125 each shipped, or better if ordering multiples or without boxes.

3 x Cooler Master V1000 PSU - ( - $165 each shipped, or better if ordering multiples or without boxes.

1 x ThermalTake Grand 1200w PSU - ( -$200 shipped

3 x Sempron 145 CPU - ( - $25 each shipped

1 x AMD FX-6350 Black Edition CPU - ( - $80 shipped

4 x 4GB(two 2 x 4GB kit) Kingston Hyper-x Blu RAM - ( - $30 per 4GB

3 x Asus M5A99FX Pro R2 MB - ( - $70 each shipped

1 x Gigabyte GA-990FXA-UD3 - ( - $100 shipped

3 x Sapphire Toxic R9 280X ( - $420 each shipped, or better if ordering multiples or without boxes.

Pictures of the goods:

Payment in BTC only.  I'd like to sell all the cards if possible, and can probably work a deal on a large order(or the whole shebang!).  If you purchase a large quantity of GPUs I may even throw in a MB, a CPU, or some RAM into the deal for free.

I'm willing to accept offers, but please no low ballers.  Prices already include shipping, so please keep that in mind when sending me an offer.

Shipping to US only, out of central California.


10  Economy / Computer hardware / [SOLD] 3 Reference Sapphire 7950s - $750 in BTC Shipped. on: January 12, 2014, 01:19:57 AM
Posting a public sale notice for credibility and accountability.

I am selling Frankthechicken 3 x reference Sapphire 7950s for a total price of $750 shipped.  Confirmation to follow.

11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Marketplace (Altcoins) / [WTS] 531145 COYE for Earthcoin. on: January 11, 2014, 11:13:59 PM
Just like the title says... 531145COYE for Earthcoin.

Make me an offer.  You send first unless you have stellar rep.

12  Economy / Computer hardware / [SOLD] (x2) Gigabyte WF3 7950s w/ original boxes and cables. $600/shipped. on: December 24, 2013, 06:49:40 AM
I have two Gigabyte Windforce3 7950s that I would like to sell to make room for cards I just acquired.  I would keep these for another rig, but I just don't have the room for them.  These come in the original boxes with the cables.  I have had these in my main computer since March/April when I bought them new.  I mined on them for maybe 2-3 months for 10-15 hours a day, with temps usually in the low/mid 70s to 80-81 max(depending on ambient temp in house).  When I gave up on the Litecoin difficulty, these were mainly used for light to medium gaming for about 4-5 months.  They have been flashed with the F43 bios and they are capable of loading a second bios via a switch by the crossfire pins.  The fans spin freely, and there is no sign of fan breakdown... whining, louder than normal noises, etc.  I have noticed that one card is running a bit warmer than normal while hashing.  I read when I originally bought them that these cards are known for using sub-par thermal grease.  A new application of thermal grease would cost $5, and they would run at 100% instead of the 95% they run at now.  With modified cgminer bin files, I get 640kh per card at 76-77 degrees on the top card and 70 on the bottom.  Like I said though the one card is running hotter, and is usually at about 71-72 degrees.  I do run the cards in an open case with an extra fan to move air (the wife likes the house like a sauna, so I give them a little breeze).

I'd like to sell them as a pair, in the US, to save on shipping.  I offered them to miners on my pool first, and I have received a few offers, but I'd like to weigh my options.  Payment in BTC only.  Post any questions you have here, or PM me offers.

Pic lighting and device are a little crappy, but I can assure you they look almost brand new:


Pool OP @
13  Economy / Goods / [ANN][WTS] Official Tagbond RFID Cards!!! on: November 30, 2013, 09:58:16 PM
I am please to offer you direct from Tagbond HQ in The Phillipines, for distribution in North America(and possibly beyond):

*Available quantity : 78*

I had spoken with Mark Vernon, founder and CEO of Tagbond, about getting these cards over here in the states for people to get their hands on.  Long story short, here is the first release of 100 of these official Tagbond RFID cards in the US.  These were mailed direct from Tagbond HQ in Makati, Philippines, to me, for distribution in North America.  While I would prefer to keep these in the US because of shipping purposes, I will be offering these to other countries for slightly more to cover the shipping.  Now down to brass tax:


The cards are 2.5TAG per card in the US, and 3.5TAG elsewhere.  This includes shipping.  If the price of TAG jumps dramatically, I will adjust the price.  Payment in TAG only.

Shipping info:

If sales are slow, I will ship ASAP.  If I get a bunch of orders all week, I will put together all the orders for the week on Friday, and ship them out on Saturday.  To keep the cost down shipping will be done via first class mail.  It would cost more than the price of the card to ship by any other method.  Because of this, I can't provide tracking information(USPS will only offer tracking on parcels shipped first class).  Shipping takes about a week.  For instance, shipping from my home in California to my parents in NY has a service commitment time(the time USPS says they will take to deliver) of about 6 days.  International orders will take slightly longer.

How to order:

Calculate your payment amount for the number of cards you would like to purchase.  Send your payment to the following Tagcoin address:


When your transaction is complete, please go to the following Google form and fill out your order and shipping info:

When you submit your order form, please reply to this thread with the number of cards you ordered and the transaction ID#.  I will update the quantities and verify the orders daily.  If I run out of cards and you order before I update the thread quantity, I can either refund your order, or put you on a waiting list for the next shipment.  I will contact you via PM if this happens.

Happy Tagging!
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Pools (Altcoins) / [ANN][TAG] TAGMining.Com is now the official pool of Tagcoin! on: November 04, 2013, 08:02:51 PM
TAGMining.Com - The official pool of Tagcoin!

Claimed by Tenice- The first person to find 20 blocks total on the pool will be rewarded with 150TAG!

WEEKLY JACKPOT SYSTEM- outlined in the post below!

Pool site chat room for logged in miners.
2% pool fee to cover costs and weekly jackpots.
VARDIFF with max difficulty set to 512.
Standard 200 confirms to payout.
Minimum 1TAG for auto-payment.  Auto-payouts on confirmed balances happen every minute for fast payouts!
Stratum on port 3333.
Server located in NYC, NY, USA.

I will personally pay out 20 TAG to the first block finder, 5 TAG to the next 4, and then 2 TAG for the next 5.  These rewards will be paid when the 10th block is confirmed, so if you found multiple blocks I can pay you in one transaction.  *EDIT- Finder's rewards have been claimed, the payouts can be viewed on post 26 of this thread.*

I'm open to all community suggestions.  Let me know how it goes.

If there are any issues, please let me know so I can correct them ASAP.

15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / [Closed] - no mining support, closed until further notice. on: June 03, 2013, 04:33:13 AM
The brass tax:

   My buddy and I started LTC pool, and things are looking pretty darn good.  We are experiencing extremely low rejects and stales (less than 1/2 percent).  Although we haven't found a block yet, we are currently mining away with our combined 2.5-3MH/s.  We would love for some people to throw a rig or two at it to help us find our first block.  The person who finds the first block will receive a 15LTC 20LTC reward, paid from our personal wallets.

We offer:
  • 1% fee for standard members, 0% for life for the first 5 people to sign up and mine with us
  • LP on port 8344 / Stratum on port 3333 (difficulty bug patched)
  • Instant payouts
  • Automatic payouts with a 1LTC minimum
  • More to come!

   It's pretty cookie cutter right now, but I'd like to make the pool to stand out to it's members.

Some things that we plan to do are:

  • Look at how feasible it would be to do a prize system, or even a weekly jackpot system of sorts, much like does. If the jackpot isn't won, the prize increases for the next week.  This would give some of the little guys a chance at a decent payout(pool ops excluded).
  • Writing or modifying existing code so that in the future, there will be a block finder reward.  Nothing huge, but a little something extra.  Maybe 2-5LTC to the person that finds the block.  Pool OPs would be excluded for this reward, and in the case of a pool OP winning, the reward would go into the jackpot.
  • Research Cloudflare for DDOS protection.  At this stage I'm not worried about it, as I have not released the pool name or address publicly.  If SHTF, I'll make the necessary arrangements.
  • Change the B&W look of mmcFE to something more appealing, though this is just a cosmetic change that won't affect the actual performance of the pool.
  • Implement stratum and VARDIFF. (Stratum implemented on June 8, 2013)

If you'd like to start mining on the pool, the address is:

Mining by LP:

Stratum mining:


16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / A solution to the crapcoin announcements on: June 01, 2013, 02:57:49 AM
Let's face it.  These damn fly-by-night new coin announcements are annoying as shit.  Not only are they crudding up the forums with spam and additional scammers, but they're hurting the overall cryptocoin ecosystem.  There are a lot of people that say, "but this coin does this different" or "it should stop after coin x, because the rest are shite."  I'm not going to lie, I mined some of them.  FC2 because it was the first time I was able to solo mine something and get full blocks.  I mined YAC too, and I think it's got something going for it, but not to the point where I'm dropping money on it.  But now there's vaginacoins and (insert country name here) coins, and fastcoins, and slowcoins, and who-gives-a-shit coins.  It's getting ridiculous.  We need to stop it.  So here's my proposal...

All new coins need to be voted on before they're allowed to be announced or released on this forum.  Whether that be by poll, or by a group of mods/cryptocoin leaders that are well respected and trusted.  If it gets a majority vote, it can be announced.  If it fails, it doesn't get the time of day in the forums.  If people try to post anyway, the post is deleted by a mod.  Fuck em.

I used to like hanging out in this subforum because I learned a lot about LTC and such.  Now I don't even want to look in here because of the 8,000 new coins posted everyday.

There are enough people here that are seriously getting tired of it.  So stand up and do something about it.
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / mmcFE issues- need help, please! on: May 29, 2013, 04:25:38 PM
So I have been trying to set up a private LTC pool for some students involved in an after school program at a high school in the district I work for.  I'm using Ubuntu server 13.04.  I have the latest apache2, mysql, and php5 installed, as well as all the required additions to run Litecoind and pushpool.  Both Litecoind and pushpool work without error.  I set up mmcFE via Chrgr's github repo.  I beat my head against a wall for a few days getting everything figured out, but I got it working.  I tested the site for a few days using the IP address of the VPS(hosted onsite).  I can register via the register page, log in to the site, add workers, etc.  Mining works fine, and stats populate on the site, charts display hashrates, etc.  It's a working pool.  The students are happy, and I've fostered a new generation of cryptocoin users... HUZZAH!

Now here is where it gets fun.  So I decided to create another private pool now that I know how to make it all work.  I figured I'd use it for my friends and coworkers and maybe even open it up to private registration when I get it all set in stone.  I set everything up on an outside VPS, installed everything, and viola... it worked without issues.  I decided I'd get snazzy and register a domain name for the site so I didn't have to access it via IP.  I set the DNS records on the registrar and the VPS provider, and I can now access the site from the new domain name.  However, I can not log into the site when using the domain name.  I can mine with the domain name, as well as with the IP.  I can ping the domain name without issues.  Everything points to it working fine.  But the login doesn't work.  I've found that when I use the IP address to access the site, when I log in, it hands out a login cookie, much like all the other pools.  When I use the domain name, the site never issues the cookie, and therefor never proceeds past the login page.  It loads the news.php page and that's it.  I've looked at the error logs for mysql and apache, and nothing is wrong.  The access.log for apache looks fine.  I've traced the code for the login and cookie functions, but nothing screams at me.  So that leads me to an issue with my Ubuntu server or Apache settings.  I've hit a wall with trying to figure this out.

I'm just trying to see if anyone has run into this before.  I figured with all the pools/pool operators out there, there has to be someone that can steer me in the right direction.


18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / YaCoin nodes and connections? on: May 08, 2013, 07:46:35 PM
So I've got 3 machines(2 quad core xeon and one 8 core xeon) running with the mining settings provided by in the original YaCoin post.  It was running fine for a while with only 8 connections.  I had something like 20 orphans and 2 valid blocks between the 3 computers.  I'm running the same wallet.dat file across all 3 boxes.  I'm on a 1 gig pipe and my pings are always tits to anything.  Here's my question/concern:

For some reason, all three boxes will not go above 8 connections.  I have yet to see another block, orphan or valid, in the last hour or so.  I can't ping the original node now, but it is listed as a connection in my peer list in the qt client.  Nothing on my network has changed, so I'm not sure if this would be an issue with port forwarding(as I had blocks before with the exact same settings).  Would it be feasible to start a node list with location, so that they can be manually added to the conf file?  Has adding nodes to the conf file been proven to work?  And why are connections limited to 8 for most of the people who aren't living in EU?  It seems a lot of Europeans are getting some great connection counts.
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / [How-To] Pull BTC-E Ticker API into a Google Spreadsheet - Apps Script code on: April 17, 2013, 03:41:50 PM
So my partner and I have been documenting everything we can with our ever-evolving mining operation.  One of the things we do is keep track of our wallet transactions and balance in a Google Spreadsheet.  We're looking at how to automate the process, but that's another post all-together.  One problem we ran into is how to pull the latest price of LTC/USD from BTC-E and calculate our wallet worth.  So I did some searching and couldn't really come up with anything specific to Google Spreadsheets.  There could be something like this out there but I couldn't find it.  So I'm going to post it here if anyone is looking for this.

So to get this running, you need to create a new spreadsheet, or use an existing spreadsheet in Google Apps.  Click on "Tools" in the menu bar, then "Script Editor".  Once it opens, rename the script, and paste in the following code:

function onOpen() {
     var ss = SpreadsheetApp.getActiveSpreadsheet();
     var menuEntries = [ {name: "Refresh", functionName: "onOpen"} ];
        ss.addMenu("BTCE Ticker", menuEntries);
     var range = ss.getSheets()[0].getRange("A1:A1");
     var url = '';
     var content = UrlFetchApp.fetch(url).getContentText();


Save the script and press the play button.  It will pull the API info set with the "var url" variable, so set it to whatever API ticker you want (LTC/USD, LTC/BTC, etc...).  The "var range" variable sets the active cell with the "getRange("XX:XX") option.  I'm not a pro at scripting, so this was the first quick and dirty way to set the active cell that I could find.  The "menuEntries" variable adds a menu at the top of the spreadsheet with a "Refresh" option listed under it.  The script is called when the spreadsheet is first opened, and whenever you hit the "Refresh" menu item.

From here you can use functions to separate out the data, but at least getting the data into the spreadsheet is done.  I may or may not post the functions to separate the data depending on when I get time to do so at work.  I'll reserve the first reply on this post for that info if I get the chance.

Let me know if this helped you out.  Happy hashing!
20  Economy / Digital goods / [SOLD] Bioshock Infinite & Crysis 3 AMD codes: $25 in LTC. on: April 05, 2013, 03:07:21 AM
As stated in the title, I have 3 combo codes for the Bioshock Infinite / Crysis 3 promo.  I bought another 3 7950s and gaming went out the door when mining walked in.  Looking for $35 in LTC for each combo code, OBO.  PM me if you're interested.

Will also do a package deal for quick sale of all three 2 if anyone wants to turn a quick profit on a resale.  Make me an offer through PM.

[Edit] 2 Codes left.  FIRE SALE... will take $40 in LTC for both codes, or $25 per promo code if you buy one.  They normally sell for $35-50 each.  Buy one for yourself and sell the other.  PM me if you're interested.

I'LL PRICE MATCH ANYONE WHO IS SELLING FOR LESS.  I'm confidant that I have the cheapest price on the forums for the combo code, and I'll stick to being the cheapest to make these last two sell.

EDIT- Sold outside forum to friends.
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