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1  Local / Anfänger und Hilfe / Re: Coinbase Konto eingeschränkt - Lösung on: February 06, 2021, 12:56:55 PM
Hab genau das Problem.... allerdings kann ich mich nicht verifizieren weil anscheinend mein Geburtstag nicht mit dem auf meinem Pass übereinstimmt.
Bin da schon Monate dran und coinbase meldet sich einfach nicht.

Abheben kann man auch nicht :/ Jedenfalls keine Coins da kommt dan immer die Meldung das der Account aufs abheben beschränkt ist.

Nervig das ganze :/
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Energi [NRG] Cryptocurrency for World Adoption | PoS | MN | No-ICO or Premine | on: October 08, 2020, 07:03:22 PM
Im trying to install this but as usual with linux something is broken ....

2 FA or the otp part seems broken. Can't get it to register on google auth. It always tells me that the key can not be found.

It will register on the watchguard authpoint app but every code i put into the machine gives me an error:

Could not open input file: /otp

How do i fix this ?
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Energi [NRG] Cryptocurrency for World Adoption | PoS | MN | No-ICO or Premine | on: October 05, 2020, 11:49:24 AM
noobie question incomming ....

Does this need to be hosted on a vps or can i host a node on my private network too?

thanks

We recommend using a VPS as you need 24/7 uptime to run a masternode. If running on your private network your IP will be visible to the public and there may be additional settings needing adjusted with your Firewall which differ dependant on your provider.


But in theory: Hosting this at home would be do-able?

I want to test this out before i rent a VPS that i do not need Smiley

I also want to run a core node fiorst to see if this is actually something i want go into deeper. Setting up a Masternode would be to much investment to play with in the begining

So someone can se my IP Adress? Downsides?

4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: Energi [NRG] Cryptocurrency for World Adoption | PoS | MN | No-ICO or Premine | on: October 04, 2020, 03:41:55 PM
noobie question incomming ....

Does this need to be hosted on a vps or can i host a node on my private network too?

thanks
5  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: CGminer v3.8.5 on Broadcom based DD-WRT / OpenWRT on: March 30, 2014, 12:20:40 AM
Just discovered this thread. cgminer on dd-wrt routers sounds awesome!

I picked up a 2nd hand Netgear D6300 and installed dd-wrt on it today. I believe it has a Broadcom chipset. Will it support this cgminer distribution?

Another thing I'd love to do with my router is to run a full node. (I can connect a USB drive so space is not an issue). But hey, cgminer is a good start!

I don't think the cpu of the router has the power to run a full bitcoin node. Maybe P2Pool but i can't tell you how Wink
6  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: ZTEX USB-FPGA Modules 1.15x and 1.15y: 215 and 860 MH/s FPGA Boards on: March 24, 2014, 12:04:45 AM
Ya know, I honestly dont understand that GitHub site. Am I supposed to be able to download a single file to get all those files or do I need to download them one at a time?

I've got 9 Ztex 1.15y's sitting around doing nothing. Mining blackecoin or bitcoin or whatever would at least give these things something to do....

For Scrypt do what this readme describes Wink
7  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: ZTEX USB-FPGA Modules 1.15x and 1.15y: 215 and 860 MH/s FPGA Boards on: February 20, 2014, 11:02:52 PM

No you can only mine SHA256 coins

Not true.

Follow instructions on : https://github.com/kramble/FPGA-Litecoin-Miner

and use the correct bitstream and it will mine any scrypt coin.

rgdz,
bhai
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Tried it and that miner gets 60ks/s out of a quad. Something about 13,5 khs/s each FPGA
8  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: CGminer v3.8.5 on Broadcom based DD-WRT / OpenWRT on: February 17, 2014, 09:09:56 PM
P_Shep,

Can you compile a newer version with the -scrypt option?  It is not available in the builds I've tested.

Thanks

Errr.. Scrypt requires a GPU. You've seen many routers with a GPU?

Also, The newer version don't even have that anymore, CK removed quite some versions ago.
There is a bitsream for the Ztex quads that mines litecoin. User kramble made one that mines 60ks/s per quad.

Cgminer should be able to load that onto the boards? 
9  Other / Archival / Re: Pictures of your mining rigs! on: December 24, 2013, 02:31:02 PM
Is he mining with 4x 280's with 1000w?  Thats sweet if so..


Yes i am. Inside the case is Lepa G1000. Cards are running 1075mv, 1030/1500. The rest of machine is Gigabyte F2A88x-d3h and AMD A-4000 apu. Total power consumtion of the system is 1045W under load.
G1000 is superb PSU. Its absolutely stable under this heavy load.

My second miner will use EVGA G2 1300W. So it will have more headroom.

Thanks for your opinions guys!


Nice ! I got a couple of evga 1000w power supplies  over here  ... as well as one ax-1200 by corsair. If i could do 4 on the evga's each... i would be very happy!

 

I had 4x 5870 on an Corsair HX1000 w they were decently OC'd without voltage increase.
10  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: BTCMiner - Open Source Bitcoin Miner for ZTEX FPGA Boards, 215 MH/s on LX150 on: December 23, 2013, 10:28:54 PM
Hehe, zTex strikes back!? What would these deliver 400MH/s?

You may not believe it, but there is hardware which is not only developed for BTC mining. Screw drivers, for example.

Estimated hash rate of these FPGA's is indeed 350 to 400 MH/s


you don't happen to have a clue what they would do in litecoin?


i Used kramble's litecoin bitstream on my ztex 1.15y's and one quad board puts out arround 60 kh/s.
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: LTC ASICs imminent? GridChip claims 60 KH/s at 0.44 W on: December 08, 2013, 11:42:24 PM
I believe this when i see it ... No preorder for me at least!
12  Local / Trading und Spekulation / Re: Der Aktuelle Kursverlauf on: November 06, 2013, 11:31:32 PM
Leute,

Ich bin so hin- und hergerissen. Ich weiß seit Ende letzten Jahres von Bitcoin, da war das noch nichts besonderes. Dann habe ich mir das Spektakel im Frühjahr angesehn, habe hier mitgelesen, mir reingezogen wie alles funktioniert, die Graphen angesehn, Spaß dabei gehabt. Obwohl kein einziger Bitcoin in meinem Besitz war. Als es dann runterging, aber dann mit der Zeit langsam wieder hoch dachte ich mir, ich könnte eigentlich investieren (bei $120), aber ich hab gezögert.

Jetzt zöger ich wieder..
Sache ist, bis zu 500 Euro könnte ich schon verschmerzen...to do, or not to do? Es wäre halt immernoch ne Stange Geld.

Leute...ich weiß nicht.
Ich bin auch Null erfahren, was Investitionen angeht. Aber ich denk mir halt, egal was passiert, das Geld ist futsch, mal sehen wie es in 5 Jahren aussieht. Das kann ja nicht so schwer sein.

Da ja jeder seinen Senf dazu gibt  Wink

Hast du dich mit Bitcoin beschäftigt? Findest du das System interessant und überzeugend?

Dabb leg dir ein zwei zu.

Willst du welche kaufen weil der Kurs steigt, du aber eigentlich keine Ahnung hast warum das so ist? Oder findest das Konzept sogar dämlich?

Finger weg.

Ganz einfach  Grin

Und wichtig ist es nicht sein gesamtes vermögen (erspartes ?) da reinzustecken; nur das was man auch sicher verlieren kann!
13  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Butterfly Labs New 600GH "Mining Card" - RED FLAGS?!?! on: October 21, 2013, 11:06:19 AM

This would be a major fail  and ruin their already bad reputation completely ....



Agreed BFL has ruined it completely. How many people would be willing to ever buy from them again? I suspect that a number closer to 0 would be the number of satisfied customers.

I can only assume that they are still getting preorders in every day.... With al the advertising around!?
Newbs an stupid people will order without thinking twice.

14  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: Butterfly Labs New 600GH "Mining Card" - RED FLAGS?!?! on: October 20, 2013, 11:58:38 AM
The specs don't line up at all, I don't know where you pulled that from. The Monarch uses 2 x 300GH/s  1,020 pin chips.

You're correct, when I made that assumption it was not clear monarch would use 2 chips.
But for the pin layout, have we seen anything from CT? If not, it could still be 2 underclocked "GoldStrike1" chips. Or they could use the same dies, but only package 2 of them per chip instead of 4 for Cointerra.

Pure speculation .... I don't believe that they'll abandon their own ASIC. This would be a major fail  and ruin their already bad reputation completely ....

15  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: WTS[UK]new 13g asicminer blade just 4.4b in hand!! UPdate add a avalon 81gh/s on: October 08, 2013, 11:39:03 PM
actually.. i dont know how to use escrow, if you teach me i will accept it.

1. Someone buys the product.
2. That someone sends the funds to person x (trusted community member)
2.1 Person x tells you that he received the coins
3. You send out the product (you pay for this in advance)
4. Product is received by the buyer
4.1 The buyer tells Person X that everything is there and working
5. Person X sends coins to you


BTW ..... that all sounds fishy.... ill go for local pickup Wink (could be wrong here but you never know!)
16  Bitcoin / Mining software (miners) / Re: BTCMiner - Open Source Bitcoin Miner for ZTEX FPGA Boards, 215 MH/s on LX150 on: October 08, 2013, 12:03:03 AM
I don't get this, 3 months since bitfury released the source for their 300MH bitstream, how come ztex don't release it?!

https://github.com/Taugeran/Bitfury

Have you read the bitfury or eldentyrell thread about this?

The boards run at optimum speeds considering power consumption, heat and error rate.

Unlike crainsmore and other boards the power supply on the boards can not meet the requirement for higher clocks. You would have to Mod your boards!
17  Economy / Securities / Re: ASICMINER: Entering the Future of ASIC Mining by Inventing It on: October 02, 2013, 10:35:12 PM
IMHO it is always better to under-promise and over-deliver. We have yet to see the best of Asicminer. Something that will show once again that they are approaching this from a little different angle. And they are very clear and realistic about this, without hyping or over-promising.

In fact, Asicminer has always been different, it is a mistake to compare them to the rest of the bunch. While definitely an important part of the "game", it's not just about getting gen2 or gen3 out the door. Asicminer is a bit more complicated than that, but going the extra mile will pay off for friecat and his team. They definitely do a lot of stuff behind the window blinds and I am fortunate enough that I have seen some of their work first hand (due to my close proximity to their base).

There are lots of new investments out there, some of which will never make it and unfortunately disappear with all the coins invested for obvious reasons. But even the ones that seem to do well ATM will not make it for long, if deploying gen2 and gen3 asics is all they have. In my opinion anyway.

I have been buying more shares lately and I am confident that Asicminer will keep delivering.


ill keep my shares too. Asicminer has proven himself to be reliant on a long term. i might even buy more!
18  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: ZTEX USB-FPGA Modules 1.15x and 1.15y: 215 and 860 MH/s FPGA Boards on: September 18, 2013, 10:40:11 PM
Devices are show as something like "Cypress..... " if unconfigured and will be displayed as "Ztex...." if the correct driver is installed.

Show me a screenshot or post how they are displayed in the device manager!

You need to follow that guide!

All you need is the Ztex SDK (the appropriate libusb driver is in there) and java.
Note that cgminer and BTCMiner use different libusb files!


 
19  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: If USB Block Erupters are not worth the trouble, what is? on: September 11, 2013, 11:16:13 PM
Oh man?  You said "You need a RPi to run the BitFury USB stick".   To me that's final.  As in, it'll NEVER work on PC.  Well, yes, it will work on a PC once drivers are written.

You write as if it's final.  It's not.  It's just a matter of time.

A matter of time.... unless you write one Tongue
20  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: If USB Block Erupters are not worth the trouble, what is? on: September 11, 2013, 10:14:25 AM
I don't understand why you NEED a Pi for the BitFurys?  That doesn't really make any sense.  Yes, the BitFury Blades, but the USB ones?  I call BS.

There are no drivers for standard computers as i know. CGminer is not able to use them nor any other miner atm.
Bitfury uses their own program called chainminer (?) for mining with them
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