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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][GRE] GreenCoin - A Blockchain-Based Social Carbon Ecosystem on: August 30, 2017, 07:32:38 AM
I'm willing to sign-up as a producer.

I'm waiting for my approval on the greencoin!

Signed up approved! Welcome to GreenCoin!
Since you weren't referred, you get the bounty.

Bounty Time: Any new solar producer = 0.01 BTC!
New Producer 1: 0.01 BTC CLAIMED: txid: 7bbeb45f0c96cebc70068a2ac823b870868e506f0017f7c7968c5f61b3572c36
New Producer 2: 0.01 BTC txid: [Claim Open]
New Producer 3: 0.01 BTC txid: [Claim Open]
New Producer 4: 0.01 BTC txid: [Claim Open]
New Producer 5: 0.01 BTC txid: [Claim Open]
New Producer 6: 0.01 BTC txid: [Claim Open]
New Producer 7: 0.01 BTC txid: [Claim Open]
New Producer 8: 0.01 BTC txid: [Claim Open]
New Producer 9: 0.01 BTC txid: [Claim Open]
New Producer 10: 0.01 BTC txid: [Claim Open]

Refer a sign up now and claim the bounty to replying in here.

Note that a producer must sign up, be verified, and begin receiving greencoins in order to qualify. Bounties will be sent after the first daily payout to the referred signup.

Still open? Looking to start a self run campaign...
2  Bitcoin / Development & Technical Discussion / Re: How fragile is the pot we're putting our money in? on: June 23, 2017, 02:50:33 AM
Use a public campaign claiming BTC is used for money laundering, funding criminals / terroists and unsafe. Oh, hang on, they have already been saying that for the past 5 years...

Anyone else agree we are already past the fight section?

I think we are now in the 'lets compete by making an authorised version' hence the big banks and government moving to blockchain technology whilst still ridiculing crypto-currencies in general.
3  Other / Off-topic / Re: Anyone else here work out? on: June 23, 2017, 02:03:15 AM
Love lifting steel and boxing but family commitments have me limited to 2~4 sessions a week, normally 6am~7am. Been on the weights on and off for over 20 years now...

At rest, I have 16 inch guns, currently I get enough pump that they vein up despite not being a gym junky whom tries to cut fat. 6ft (182cm) tall, 215lb (98kg) with full sets of squat [chair rack] of 440lb (200kg), arm curls of 50lb (22.5kg) and lat pull downs (my favourite) of 175lb (80kg).

Anyone else wanna share fav stats?

4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][GRE] GreenCoin - A Blockchain-Based Social Carbon Ecosystem on: June 15, 2017, 04:14:24 AM
5  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What goods have you got from bitcoin results? on: June 09, 2017, 12:58:44 AM
Mining profits for last 5 years have bought me;
1. Groceries - estimate about AU$2000 of food and fuel
2. Solar panel system - 1.5kW array fully installed and grid connected. Value on install AU$4K
3. Next Gen mining gear - Butterfly lab, R-box, GPUs. Value AU$1.5K
4. Camera gear - Camera lens & Flash - 50mm F1.4 prime - value AU$400
5. Holiday subsidy - Just cashed in AU$1k to subsidies a Christmas holiday to Malaysia.

Initial investment of AU$1K in mining gear and ~AU$500 in electricity to date. Note: Not a constant miner, just a hobbiest that mines when my PC is on.

Congratulations on the achievement, is there any special tricks you can share here so that others can be like you

Re-invest in capital to reduce mining costs such as owning your energy source. e.g. solar panels or wind turbine. Mining rates, and therefore profits, are reduced but in the longer term any profit is free. Compund this over 5 years and you start to have a modest farm with zero energy costs  Grin
6  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: What goods have you got from bitcoin results? on: June 07, 2017, 11:16:32 PM
Mining profits for last 5 years have bought me;
1. Groceries - estimate about AU$2000 of food and fuel
2. Solar panel system - 1.5kW array fully installed and grid connected. Value on install AU$4K
3. Next Gen mining gear - Butterfly lab, R-box, GPUs. Value AU$1.5K
4. Camera gear - Camera lens & Flash - 50mm F1.4 prime - value AU$400
5. Holiday subsidy - Just cashed in AU$1k to subsidies a Christmas holiday to Malaysia.

Initial investment of AU$1K in mining gear and ~AU$500 in electricity to date. Note: Not a constant miner, just a hobbiest that mines when my PC is on.
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN][GRE] GreenCoin - A Blockchain-Based Social Carbon Ecosystem on: June 07, 2017, 03:46:29 AM
Massive interest on the main exchange! up to 10 sat!!!!
8  Bitcoin / Mining speculation / Re: $10,000 AUS spending on new mining startup on: May 21, 2017, 11:20:58 PM
okay  I know 1 really trustworthy person in Australia he runs a pool


https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=789369.0


his name is kano

if you have tons of cheap power you would be a good match with him.

post on his pool's thread ask for aussie's that mine with him and ask him.

to me  you should fit well with him.

Note the Cranky4u  above has just changed his password as a warning :

many times that means a new person has purchased the account to rob or  the account was stolen.

If you do any business with him be very careful


I changed my damn password because I keep forgetting the damn thing when I jump between work / home. On another note, I HAVE been active in BTC since 2011 and have seen the birth of many a shitcoin since. For the past 6 months, I have tasken a backseat with BTC as I have been poking around with some renewal energy activities.
9  Other / Off-topic / Re: Bitcoin is gonna die soon! on: May 16, 2017, 01:41:59 AM
10  Bitcoin / Mining speculation / Re: $10,000 AUS spending on new mining startup on: May 16, 2017, 01:37:48 AM
As an Aussie miner since 2011, I am keen to have a chat  Wink
11  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: [WTS] 13 x Gridseed 5-chip mini's + 3 PSUs (cables, hubs + extras included) - US on: May 16, 2017, 12:29:49 AM
Sorry, guys. I didn't see your responses right away.

I'm only interested in US sales.

PM me an offer if you're still interested.

Aussie here setting up small solar powered farm and these little buggers would be ideal. Sending PM today...I can pay in BTC Smiley
12  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Please run a full node on: May 11, 2017, 11:35:54 PM
I run a full node whenever my PC is on so I can solo-mine whilst playing games / photography / etc...

I am also on the hunt for old miners for an Aussie solar panel system I am putting in...if you want to help strengthen the network, consider all those old dust collecting miners you have and now think about donating some.

Details from my marketplace post...

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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1907886.0
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Please consider supporting crytpocurrency security with active distributed hashing, not consolidated into a handful of big miners / pools. If you have any old ASIC miners of any type that are currently door stoppers / dust collectors, please consider donating the items to an Aussie for strengthening the networks.

I am an electrical engineer that is putting some of my crypto into a modest stand alone solar / wind system using salvaged parts;
1. ~480W of solar panel
2. MPPT regulator
3. 2 car batteries
4. 3 UPS
5. 10 year old motherboard with AMD dual core processor
6. 30GHs R-Box (SHA-256) consumes 30W
7. 5GHs Butterfly labs consumes 30W

With this set up, I can establish some stand-alone ASIC miners to help strengthen the networks.

I am on the look out for:
1. Old ASIC miners of any type

I have some spoondoolies to cover shipping costs....
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: SPP Coin - Solar Panel Project on: May 10, 2017, 03:34:42 AM
I used my own BTC profits to install a 1.5kW solar panel system ~5years ago. I would be very interested in exploring a 'expansion' of the SPP model to create an Australian opportunity in central Victoria. Whom should I chat with on the SPP deve team to start the ball rolling?

That is awesome!  Hit me up and we can chat about it...

PM sent  Smiley
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: SPP Coin - Solar Panel Project on: May 10, 2017, 01:23:07 AM
I used my own BTC profits to install a 1.5kW solar panel system ~5years ago. I would be very interested in exploring a 'expansion' of the SPP model to create an Australian opportunity in central Victoria. Whom should I chat with on the SPP deve team to start the ball rolling?
15  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: [Wanted] Old miners collectiong dust on: May 09, 2017, 02:50:11 AM
G-Blade is perfect upgrade for your setup.
50$/each shipped on aliexpress.

Thnx for the lead, I will check it out. Smiley
16  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: [Wanted] Old miners collectiong dust on: May 09, 2017, 01:00:34 AM
Also belongs in Computer hardware and not just goods, please move the thread to the correct place. I also wasn't aware R-Boxes came in 30Mh varieties, pretty sure that's 30GH/30W.

No worries, will move. Yeah, R-box is 30GH/30W so will mod too.
17  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: [Wanted] Old miners collectiong dust on: May 09, 2017, 12:13:21 AM
Sounds like the Antminer S3 is perfect for your wattage limit, I have one but I am US based so I don't know how well it work.

Power compaitability is not an issue as the S3 wants 12VDC. Gerat thing about most small miners, they take 12VDC so I can basically slap them straight onto the storage batteries (small bateery controller in-between connects/disconnects the supply when the batteries get low).

If your S3 is collecting dust and you are willing to donate it, PM me and we could work out shipping.
18  Economy / Computer hardware / [Wanted] Old miners collectiong dust on: May 08, 2017, 11:54:20 PM
Please consider supporting crytpocurrency security with active distributed hashing, not consolidated into a handful of big miners / pools. If you have any old ASIC miners of any type that are currently door stoppers / dust collectors, please consider donating the items to an Aussie for strengthening the networks.

I am an electrical engineer that is putting some of my crypto into a modest stand alone solar / wind system using salvaged parts;
1. ~480W of solar panel
2. MPPT regulator
3. 2 car batteries
4. 3 UPS
5. 10 year old motherboard with AMD dual core processor
6. 30GHs R-Box (SHA-256) consumes 30W
7. 5GHs Butterfly labs consumes 30W

With this set up, I can establish some stand-alone ASIC miners to help strengthen the networks.

I am on the look out for:
1. Old ASIC miners of any type

I have some spoondoolies to cover shipping costs....
19  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: [FOR SALE - SIDEHACK STICK] GekkoScience 2PAC - 2x BM1384 USB Stick Miner on: May 08, 2017, 08:24:22 AM
Looking to buy some USB miners for 'shits & giggles'. Anyone point me to a source willing to take BTC and ship to Australia?
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: [FACTS] If I have to hear the word "ICO" one more time.. on: January 08, 2017, 10:51:03 AM
All in for ICO BUTT TARD

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