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1  Bitcoin / Mining / Re: Mining in South American and Central Asian countries on: May 21, 2019, 04:00:38 AM
doing business is a foreign country is hard...

Yeah I have been working on getting something setup in country very far away since we know people in the government to help us secure what we are looking for. The downside is we don't live out there.
2  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Data sheet for bm1387 chip on: May 21, 2019, 03:41:05 AM
Hello, I am looking for any technical specifications for chip bm1387. I searched the datasheet, but there is only for bm1385

Contact bitmain but I don't think anyone posted it yet.
3  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Should I make the jump to segwit? on: May 17, 2019, 05:21:25 PM
I had hopes it was some sort of secret coded message... or a private key to satoshi's millions... but alas, I believe it is just random chars in threads/posts he couldn't figure out how to delete? Huh

AFAIK there are at least 2 restriction when delete posts :
1. You cannot delete thread created by yourself
2. There are few boards where you're not allowed to delete your own posts (but you still can edit)

I think you guys like made him rage quit a forum lmao!

I doubt it.

On a side note, you should lock the thread to prevent further off-topic if you're satisfied with the answer.

Yeah, you guys are the homies thanks for the answers.

Also, this thread makes me proud to have this as my 500th post.

Closing thread

Love you all Smiley
4  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Should I make the jump to segwit? on: May 16, 2019, 08:38:34 PM
Did all of Antimaxwellians comments just disappear?

I mean, I'm all for removing spam, but this just destroys the entire dialogue and thread as a whole...

Come on \_(ツ)_/


edit: Or did he remove them all himself?
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?action=profile;u=2589061;sa=showPosts

what the hell, didn't he have like 300 posts? Looking at his post history, seems like something in him snapped.

I think you guys like made him rage quit a forum lmao!
5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Should I make the jump to segwit? on: May 16, 2019, 05:02:33 AM
How much will I save on fees really though that's my question. I get paid out from slushpool every .02 and my list of coins in electrum is really long so I figure big transactions of moving lots of coins I could pay less fees.
The answer is... it depends.

The two main factors will be how many UTXOs do you have? (that is to say, in Electrum, how many individual entries are on the "coins" tab?)... and what the fee "rates" are like when you create a transaction.

One other thing to consider... is it possible to increase the slushpool minimum payout level so that you generate less UTXOs in the first place? Huh


Yeah I just set the payout to .05 to have less UTXOs

As for how many UTXOs I have in my mining wallet there are hundreds maybe even close to a thousand at one point but I did consolidate the coins at one point a few months back when fees were lower.


Has it been long enough where I can safely move all my coins from legacy to segwit wallets to save on fees or is the adoption not as widespread as I think it now is?
Perhaps you should spend more time reading the OP... and a little less time finding youtube videos of crickets Roll Eyes

HCP is correct XD


I think my best course of action is to increase my min payout from slushpool. The other thing I could do is have my newly mined coins go to a nested segwit wallet. If memory is correct lighting uses nested segwit so for me to get the benefit of taking the least amount of fees I would have to convert legacy to nested segwit at some point regardless and I should wait for transactions to decrease. Electrum was trying to make me pay close to $200 moving a little over a grand out of one of my wallets today and I was like hellll no and used a wallet that had me pay like $15 and I was content with that... Which is sad in itself because back in the early days I remember paying a fraction of a penny if that.
6  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Should I make the jump to segwit? on: May 16, 2019, 04:57:48 AM
How much will I save on fees really though that's my question. I get paid out from slushpool every .02 and my list of coins in electrum is really long so I figure big transactions of moving lots of coins I could pay less fees.
The answer is... it depends.

The two main factors will be how many UTXOs do you have? (that is to say, in Electrum, how many individual entries are on the "coins" tab?)... and what the fee "rates" are like when you create a transaction.

One other thing to consider... is it possible to increase the slushpool minimum payout level so that you generate less UTXOs in the first place? Huh


Yeah I just set the payout to .05 to have less UTXOs

As for how many UTXOs I have in my mining wallet there are hundreds maybe even close to a thousand at one point but I did consolidate the coins at one point a few months back when fees were lower.


Has it been long enough where I can safely move all my coins from legacy to segwit wallets to save on fees or is the adoption not as widespread as I think it now is?
Perhaps you should spend more time reading the OP... and a little less time finding youtube videos of crickets Roll Eyes

HCP is correct XD
7  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Should I make the jump to segwit? on: May 16, 2019, 12:39:50 AM

How much will I save on fees really though that's my question.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K8E_zMLCRNg

Was talking % wise on high input trans.
8  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: [WTS] SQRL BCU-1525 FPGA (Xilinx VU9P) With Waterblock and 16GB Ram on: May 16, 2019, 12:27:03 AM
Have been seeing these offered for sale on ebay and amazon but dont know if they will actually work with gpu rigs.
Have you done any tests with these as not everybody has a fpga to want to buy them if they only work with those.
Might be interested if you can say anything pertaining to the increase in hashrate for gpu mining.
Thank you.

Might want to take a look here: http://zetheron.com/

That will probably answer most questions. My BCU-1525 is in the normal air cooling setup but I have a water block that was never installed or used which allows it to be clocked even higher.

If you are looking to increase the hasrate for gpu mining you might be more interested in the Acorns which can be bought here: http://squirrelsresearch.com/ with increased speeds per algo listed on their site
9  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: Antminer S9 Volt Rocket Ship firmware mod! ~ALL S9 MODELS INCLUDING S9i S9j~ on: May 15, 2019, 11:42:05 PM
Use ghidra from the nsa and run it with the external libs you can find for the s9s you got. Diff both of these and see what YOU get 👌😂

You telling me to use the nsa's tool to unpack the official...

It's like ida but better but I can't work this thing for my life.
10  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: [WTS] SQRL BCU-1525 FPGA (Xilinx VU9P) With Waterblock and 16GB Ram on: May 15, 2019, 11:20:36 PM
I got a pm asking about in-person pickup. Since they are hosted with squirrelreseach in up state ny right now I am not sure if that is doable.
11  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Should I make the jump to segwit? on: May 15, 2019, 10:55:43 PM
So nested segwite sounds like the way to go then since it is backwards compatible.
Probably, if you use a lot of online services. It's not that native SegWit isn't backwards compatible per se, just that some services don't support it yet.

Aren't some wallets with a "3" multisig I remember the few multisig transactions I have done they always used a 3.
Correct. All Pay-to-Script-Hash addresses start with 3. That script may be nested SegWit, may be multisig, or may be something totally different.

How much will I save on fees really though that's my question. I get paid out from slushpool every .02 and my list of coins in electrum is really long so I figure big transactions of moving lots of coins I could pay less fees.

Also, thank you!
12  Economy / Service Announcements / Re: Announcing https://cryptomining.tools Bitcoin Mining Profitability Calculators on: May 15, 2019, 10:40:15 PM
Scott <3 <3 thanks buddy very useful as always.
13  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Should I make the jump to segwit? on: May 15, 2019, 08:52:05 PM
Okay now I never heard of nested segwit. I mainly used bitcoin-qt and a ledger with electrum or ledger live.
So put very simply, there are 3 different types of bitcoin address:

Legacy addresses, which start with "1". These are also known as Pay-to-Public-Key-Hash or P2PKH.
Nested SegWit addresses, which start with "3". These are also known as Pay-to-Script-Hash or P2SH. (Note that while all nested SegWit addresses start with "3", not all addresses which start with "3" are nested SegWit, but you probably don't need to worry about this.)
Native SegWit addresses, which start with "bc1". There are also known as bech32.

If you were to create a new wallet with Electrum using your Ledger device, for example, you will be given these 3 options which I have listed above. Nested SegWit saves you some money on fees, and maintains full compatibility with all online bitcoin services. Native SegWit will save you more money on fees, but some services don't accept or recognize native SegWit yet: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Bech32_adoption.



So nested segwite sounds like the way to go then since it is backwards compatible.

Aren't some wallets with a "3" multisig I remember the few multisig transactions I have done they always used a 3.
14  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Should I make the jump to segwit? on: May 15, 2019, 08:28:55 PM
Okay now I never heard of nested segwit. I mainly used bitcoin-qt and a ledger with electrum or ledger live.
15  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Should I make the jump to segwit? on: May 15, 2019, 07:07:34 PM
Has it been long enough where I can safely move all my coins from legacy to segwit wallets to save on fees or is the adoption not as widespread as I think it now is?

I show 140,000 approx txs per day. Is that what you thought it was?

More so adoption for services and exchanges and whatever else. As that is about 40% of the network is segwit.
I think almost all, if not all services by now support nested segwit (and i'm pretty sure have always done so in the past since 3.. adresses were also used as multisig.)

As for BC1, well, there are some services which have problems detecting these payments, (I'm looking at you G2A, & some random mixers), but overall it hasn't really been a problem for me personally.
You could always safely switch to use nested segwit first and make the jump to native later.

Now, what about just waiting it out for lightning to be the holy grail?
16  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Should I make the jump to segwit? on: May 15, 2019, 06:55:36 PM
Has it been long enough where I can safely move all my coins from legacy to segwit wallets to save on fees or is the adoption not as widespread as I think it now is?

I show 140,000 approx txs per day. Is that what you thought it was?

More so adoption for services and exchanges and whatever else. As that is about 40% of the network is segwit.
17  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Should I make the jump to segwit? on: May 15, 2019, 06:48:45 PM
Has it been long enough where I can safely move all my coins from legacy to segwit wallets to save on fees or is the adoption not as widespread as I think it now is?
18  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: SSH Unlock for antminer s9 firmware, anyone interested? on: May 14, 2019, 10:04:19 PM
That is the same guy who was trying to sell firmware and trying to sell a script that just ssh'd and replaced bmminer if memory is correct. Compiling bmminer is not the hard part making a flashable firmware version that doesn't shit the bed is more a bitch than anything else.
19  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] SQRL BCU-1525 FPGA (Xilinx VU9P) With Waterblock and 16GB Ram on: May 14, 2019, 09:20:52 PM
*** I am only shipping to US addresses - please only bid if you have a US address ***

I am selling a SQRL BCU-1525 FPGA used for mining crypto-currencies. 
I have ran the FPGA for a few minutes to ensure it works before packaging.  it was used for a short period of time mining yet but I did not have a dedicated machine for it.
This includes 16GB of ram

I have a second BCU-1525 for sale in a separate auction.  If you buy both, the shipping cost for one will cover both.

*** I am only shipping to US addresses - please only bid if you have a US address ***


https://www.ebay.com/itm/283485063759

I will also take crypto. Make me an offer these have been selling for around 3k on ebay without the waterblock.
20  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: Antminer S9 Volt Rocket Ship firmware mod! ~ALL S9 MODELS INCLUDING S9i S9j~ on: May 13, 2019, 02:27:22 PM
Has anyone found the source for 15 or 17?
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