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1  Bitcoin / Armory / Re: Armory Wallet on: January 28, 2016, 10:48:59 AM
Can confirm, I have this setup
2  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Proposed shape for the “bits” symbol is a square, and to keep the gold color. on: May 04, 2014, 12:36:33 PM
I messed around a bit more in photoshop

3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Proposed shape for the “bits” symbol is a square, and to keep the gold color. on: May 03, 2014, 11:49:07 AM
That symbol and graphics really look very great.

Agreed! This is really nice artwork.

But the letter ƀ just isn't what I'm used to from my science fiction books. Sad
The futuristic currency that will be used in the whole universe, that's always written as Ƶ, not ƀ.


Thanks!
I'm sorry about the science fiction books!  Grin
4  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: 1,000,000 bits = 1 bitcoin. Future-proofing Bitcoin for common usage? VOTE on: May 03, 2014, 11:47:35 AM
I vote for @DennisD7
Very impressive, very easy to understand.

I very much like the circle and square difference.
A circle seems more valuable to me than a square.



Thanks!
I think I read somewhere that pirate vikings sometimes cut up their gold coins to divide up their loot - it makes sense somehow.
5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: 1,000,000 bits = 1 bitcoin. Future-proofing Bitcoin for common usage? VOTE on: May 03, 2014, 11:45:19 AM
I like Dennis07's work as well.
Btw, he made a thread https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=594069.0 for discussion about it. Smiley

Thanks Smiley
6  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Proposed shape for the “bits” symbol is a square, and to keep the gold color. on: May 03, 2014, 11:15:18 AM
7  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: 1,000,000 bits = 1 bitcoin. Future-proofing Bitcoin for common usage? VOTE on: May 03, 2014, 11:10:15 AM
8  Bitcoin / Pools / Re: [6600 TH] BTC Guild - Pays TxFees+NMC, Stratum, VarDiff, Private Servers on: March 31, 2014, 10:51:02 PM
And it's up again  Smiley
Thank you!
9  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: bitstamp btc withdrawal problem on: February 13, 2014, 04:21:23 PM
Status: Waiting to be processed (still)

I've been recredited for my 1 BTC from Feb 11, so I also made a test transfer (0.1 BTC this time). An hour later and it is also still waiting to be processed.
You tried to withdraw 0.1 btc at feb 11? Does proccesed mean that bitstamp will deduct it from your balance when status change to finished. So i guess you still have it on your btc balance.

Edit
Are you aware of bitstam suspended btc withdraw two days ago.

I tried to to withdraw 1 BTC 2 days ago, before the news broke that it wouldn't work - and I got the money back today, balance restored.
But I tried today to withdraw 0.1 BTC, and I just now see that it has failed after about 2 hours of "Waiting to be processed".

Bitstamp y u do dis
You can not withdraw btc at bitstamp, they have suspend it. go to bitstamp home page and read the news.
I think you will get 0.1 btc back though.

You are a true gem, aren't you? Wink
The 0.1 btc haven't left my account and the transaction is marked as failed. So my test gave a result - even if it wasn't the one I wanted.
10  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: bitstamp btc withdrawal problem on: February 13, 2014, 04:12:36 PM
Status: Waiting to be processed (still)

I've been recredited for my 1 BTC from Feb 11, so I also made a test transfer (0.1 BTC this time). An hour later and it is also still waiting to be processed.
You tried to withdraw 0.1 btc at feb 11? Does proccesed mean that bitstamp will deduct it from your balance when status change to finished. So i guess you still have it on your btc balance.

Edit
Are you aware of bitstam suspended btc withdraw two days ago.

I tried to to withdraw 1 BTC 2 days ago, before the news broke that it wouldn't work - and I got the money back today, balance restored.
But I tried today to withdraw 0.1 BTC, and I just now see that it has failed after about 2 hours of "Waiting to be processed".

Bitstamp y u do dis
11  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: bitstamp btc withdrawal problem on: February 13, 2014, 03:34:14 PM
Status: Waiting to be processed (still)

I've been recredited for my 1 BTC from Feb 11, so I also made a test transfer (0.1 BTC this time). An hour later and it is also still waiting to be processed.
12  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: bitstamp btc withdrawal problem on: February 11, 2014, 04:56:01 PM
Made a withdrawal this morning (UK time) and it seemed to work fine - at Bitstamp it's marked as "Finished" - but it never appeared in the wallet. I sent them a support ticket after a couple of hours, but no reply yet.

It's a 1 BTC transfer so I'm not sweating too much (just happy it wasn't 10 BTC, I made one of those last week).

It's probably going to be all right, but I wish they'd post a statement or something. Also, for a few hours I suspected I'd misspelled the wallet address somehow, and there is no way to verify on Bitstamp which address I used.
13  Bitcoin / Mining / Re: Brag: mined enough to pay my rent this month on: February 05, 2014, 05:20:48 PM
it's good news for you
what kind of new equipment did you decide to invest ?

What equipment are you using?
What coins are you mining?

Well, you can switch to mining altcoins once BTC becomes unprofitable.

But on the other hand, the amount of bitcoins mined per month right now may not be profitable for you at the current BTC rate but, if there is another price increase/pump .. then the same amount of BTC would mean you are making a profit.

No one really thought that BTC could reach $1000+ in such a short time, but it did. So, you should keep that in mind while deciding whether to quit mining BTC or not.

I would stick to mining BTC/LTC and not bother with the altcoins.

It's all Bitcoin and it's all ASICs so I don't have much choice than to stick with it anyway Smiley
I use 2x 60Gh Butterfly Singles + 2x 7Gh Butterfly Jalapenos. I ordered them back in May so that sucked, but once they arrived it was a lot of fun to tinker with.

I'm totally expecting Bitcoin to go up a lot in the future - I remember this summer: "will BTC ever reach $200 again?", "I'm quitting, I should have invested when it was $10", and of course "what if it ever reaches $1000?". I'm pretty sure we'll look back on spring 2014 the same way, more or less.

Altcoins are fine, but I think BTC will be considered the "big, slow and steady" in the future, a bit like we think of gold today. So yeah, I'm sticking with it. To the moon, right? Smiley
14  Bitcoin / Mining / Re: Brag: mined enough to pay my rent this month on: February 03, 2014, 10:44:19 AM
Why the last one ever? If you have that big a hashrate,your earnings won't be going anywhere.

As difficulty goes up, the revenue (bitcoin mined) will go down.
Eventually, the revenue will not be enough for OP to pay the rent Tongue

That was my point. With him having a large enough hashrate to pay his rent,the difficulty increment can't possibly affect his earnings in a substantial way.


Unless of course, you mean that he makes (for example) 10 000 a month mining, and only needs to pay 1 000 rent.  Then an increase of 15% difficulty would only lower earnings to 8 500, still enough to pay the 1 000 rent. 

That's what I meant. Sure,it's substantial,but my point was that his rent can still be paid.
If his rent is $1,000, then "enough to pay my rent" could be, say, $1,050. Difficulty goes up 20%, becomes $800.
Is that not clear? He also says "and possibly for the last month ever"...

Come on.

Gah! Alright,alright,you win! I was just stating one of the many myriad possibilities of OP's rent paying scheme.  Tongue

lol  Wink

Just to clear this up Smiley

Mining with a constant hashrate it seems like each month brings in about 50-60% compared to the previous month. In late November I got a lot of new equipment, so I knew December would be good, and it turned out to cover my rent with a big margin. This happened again in January but just barely, so it seems reasonable to expect February to fall under the line.

However, if there is a big enough price spike then I could get lucky again - also if I decide to buy new equipment of course.
15  Bitcoin / Mining / Re: Brag: mined enough to pay my rent this month on: February 03, 2014, 10:35:44 AM
That is too cool. bet you're having fun.
Yes, it's a lot of fun!

How many months rent did it cost you to mine 2 months worth?
I don't even want to think about it Cheesy - but I see it as a somewhat expensive hobby. People buy vintage cars just to tinker with them right?

How much hashrate do you have?
It's about 132 Gh/s these days

16  Bitcoin / Mining / Brag: mined enough to pay my rent this month on: January 31, 2014, 12:26:12 PM
OK so I like keeping track of total mined BTC every month, and just see what that is in fiat at the end of the month.
This is the second month in a row (and quite possibly the last one ever) that I made enough to pay my rent with for that month.  Cool
17  Economy / Economics / Re: Buy now or wait ? $41,000 to invest in bitcoins and litecoins on: January 27, 2014, 04:14:25 PM
I'd do a 10 week Dollar cost averaging and put everything in Bitcoin.
Not saying you should, just what I would do Smiley
18  Bitcoin / Meetups / Re: UK London - idea: 6 year anniversary party, Jan 2015. on: January 27, 2014, 03:32:29 PM
Haha that's an interesting concept. Perhaps 0.1 BTC per person will get us a party on Virgin Galactic, though that might seem more likely for 2016. Who knows eh?

My first thought was to make it a 10th anniversary party in 2019. Pay 0.01 BTC now, party like this in 5 years time.
19  Bitcoin / Meetups / Re: UK London - idea: 6 year anniversary party, Jan 2015. on: January 27, 2014, 03:25:03 PM
This was something I was discussing the other day actually with another trader, although I was more talking of sponsoring such an event as by that time my UK exchange will be in full swing and have been operational for several months. The sponsorship would cover the venue costs although to be worth it from a business perspective you'd need some high profile guests attending to give it prestige.

That sounds like a smart move financially, but there are some obvious advantages to making it a private (and privately funded) party. Basically: we can do what we want, and invite whomever we want Smiley
20  Economy / Web Wallets / Re: Blockchain.info - Bitcoin Block explorer & Currency Statistics on: January 27, 2014, 03:19:32 PM
Piuk & team: Please consider using a Bitstamp/BTC-e composite valuation price (fx rate) instead of MtGox which is inflated 20% now because of their fiat handling problems.


+1

I just wrote to my parents and told them they can't trust the price if they use SEK. I also took it on me to explain why the price is inflated, don't know if that was too heavy for them  Smiley
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