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1  Economy / Service Discussion / Another Coinbase Issue on: October 07, 2013, 01:44:17 PM

Please refer to tx


BTC went in to my account, I sold BTC, then BTC sent to Coinbase owned address.

Transaction listing shows no record that the BTC were sold.  It's been 7 days and I've been expecting this to clear my bank.

2  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Coinbase screws up on delayed conf TX's on: September 16, 2013, 09:07:29 PM

Confirmed.  Coinbase credited my account.

I tried to make sure that this wasn't an Orphan TX issue - because I did notice that a couple of my other incoming TX's had been orphaned.

3  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: [WTS] 7x BFL SC 60 GHz on: September 15, 2013, 08:51:31 PM
BTW this is not the auction section, any one can edit his post, this wont work out the way you think! and 15BTC starting price seems really unrealistic

just to clarify my statement "Bitburner Fury (incl. chips) 40 GH/s 80 GH/s" 64Gh/s was demonstrated, is selling 699 or 7BTC the first week of October delivery, and people are crying and not happy over these prices.

these boards consume max 100W, your singles consume almost 300W

you will have a hard time selling these singles at these prices, good luck any ways    

Good points.  Will open in the Auction section.
4  Economy / Computer hardware / [WITHDRAWN][WTS] 7x BFL SC 60 GHz on: September 15, 2013, 05:21:50 PM
Trying this again.

Bidding starts at 15 BTC.

Auction ends 2013-09-20 23:59 GMT/UTC.  Antisniping rule:  more than 1 bid from party in last 30 min will be invalidated.

Buyer pays escrow fee (John K preferred).  0.072 BTC per unit shipping.  Extra (a lot) for 1 business day delivery.  

Seller provides no warranty.  Any DOA issue to be taken up with BFL directly.  Buyer agrees to release escrow upon receipt of units.
5  Economy / Service Discussion / [Resolved] Coinbase screws up on delayed conf TX's on: September 15, 2013, 01:12:13 PM
I gave Coinbase a few days to respond to my concern.  Nothing - so here.

To Coinbase

After 24 hours of 0 conf - From deposit address to Coinbase owned address

In the end, the TX's were confirmed - BTC went in - it went out, balance credited, then debited.  No BTC.

The deposit TX byte size was huge, 7 kB ish.  The fee was low, makes sense that conf stalled.

6  Other / Beginners & Help / 0 Conf Tx's on: September 13, 2013, 10:13:50 PM

Anyone have probability for confirmation times for tx's with lower than average fee  - let's say 33% of standard fee?

I'm wondering if it will take a week for some tx's to be picked up in a block.
7  Bitcoin / Mining / Order shipped w/o PSU C19 Cable - Thanks BFL on: September 03, 2013, 09:24:54 PM

Thaaaaaaanks BFL.

8  Economy / Computer hardware / [CLOSED][WTS] 60 GH BFL SC - Multiple on: September 02, 2013, 07:17:54 PM
Update:  Lowered min. bid.  Additional information.
Update:  Buy 3 or more and receive the EVGA PSU provided by BFL.  

7 60 GH SC Singles.  Auction ends 2013-09-13 23:59:00 GMT/UTC.  Anti-sniping rule - more than 1 bid in the last 30 minutes of auction will be invalidated.

Shipped from US.  Escrow to buyer.  John K preferred for escrow.

Units tested to be operational.  Buyer agrees to handle any DOA unit with BFL directly and to release escrow upon receipt of unit(s).

Auctions going for 27 btc per.  Minimum bid: 23 btc.

Will update thread with highest qty/bids.

USPS Priority Express and insurance available for additional cost.

High Bids

invalid bids

[Below min. bid] bobsag3 - 1@22 btc
[No response] alwayzgame - 1@28 btc
[No response] asic-k - 1@28 btc

9  Other / Politics & Society / Re: Radical Feminism (continued from Capitalism) on: July 04, 2013, 09:53:49 PM
Matrilinial culture is a culture that does not rely on state issued receipts called birth certificates that determine one's surname.
We can see the nuclear family disintigrating, and we cheer.
Voluntary communities where Fathers do not own their children are in the near future.

...where fathers no longer own children (an inept claim), but the mothers own the fathers.

Sexism - both ends - sucks.
10  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: [WTS] 224 BFL Chip Credits - Lots of 32 chips - OBO on: July 01, 2013, 03:11:05 AM

an even more shameless and sad bump.
11  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Discussion / Re: Any recent word from Bill Gates? on: July 01, 2013, 03:03:30 AM

One word?


Edit:  I actually appreciate the micro kernel architecture of Windows.  Less secure, yes, but damn is it easier to use.
12  Other / Off-topic / Re: Murder Trial in the Bitcoin Public eye on: July 01, 2013, 01:23:29 AM
Edit:  As I'm eating honey roasted peanuts and staring straight at the label that states 'Do not give to children under 4 years of age.'

Immediately find the State's Attorney / DA for your region and ask to speak with a prosecutor.  The prosecutor will review the file - so you can be more prepared and understand what position the State is taking on this matter.

If the State chooses not to pursue criminal charges - it's unlikely you can get them to change their mind.

However, civil court is widely open for you to pursue - but at your own expense.  And the court costs would be outrageous.  In the end - a civil case like this a lawyer would be looking for any financial instrument or insurance to get cash out of when the case is won.  Or someone's assets.  But if there's no insurance and no assets to be gotten - then there's much less motivation for a lawyer to take a civil wrongful death case; a long case.

But, there is one exception - Renter's insurance.  If this is an apartment and there's renter's insurance on it there could be a coverage for 'Personal Liability.'  And, what I've seen typically, is personal liability limits are in the hundreds of thousands of dollars.  The problem is a Renter's Insurance claim cannot be executed against the insurance policy holder *if* the policy holder is injured.  But, if it's a minor - a baby - I seriously doubt that falls under the same classification and the policy may well be claimed against in this case - if the case is won.

(I went through an issue of somewhat similar circumstances, but less severe consequences.)

13  Other / Off-topic / Re: Finally, BFL's 25 E. 12th Street, KC, address explained! on: June 27, 2013, 04:10:00 AM
Wasn't laissez faire city just one massive scam that took advantage of deluded libertarians?

That's pretty much the impression I got from it. But with that kind of libertarians you never know, they might actually have believed it. Kinda like BFL believed they can deliver an ASIC in 2 months.

You're damn right they believe it. Read the following account, with apologies for the cached link, for the site has blocked my IP:

Best minds' is no hyperbole. Just look over their Laissez Faire City Times newspaper on line and gauge for yourself what formidable intellects roam LF City's precincts. And such fun people too! Now THAT is the point!

Returning to their home countries, over the year-end holidays of 1994, the group communicated by fax, telephone and e-mail to debate the process and actualize the
founding verbiage. They employed lawyers and trustees to carry out their resolve.
Accumulated grant moneys were turned over to the new trustee; and the attorneys
subsequently recorded the founding trust documents at the public registrar of two
separate internationally recognized jurisdictions.

The Laissez Faire City International Trust was formalized on January 1, 1995.

And the four travelers all decided to put their money where their mouths were by becoming founding grantors of  Laissez Faire City and two of them leapt off a bridge just to seal it in style. As I hung there dangling above the river still 100 feet below I reflected that an existing founder had jumped FIRST. Now how many businesses have that kind of chutzpah? Look at what they have to offer and decide for yourself....

The new founders where Sonny Vleisides and his Daddy-O, Jame Ray Houston, known as Rex Rogers to all those who paid the $6,000 membership fee to join. The lottery scheme started at the same time.

I'm starting to wonder if Libertarianism should carry the same negative connotation as the word dogma.

i.e. I don't follow the Catholic Libertarian dogma.
14  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: [WTS] 224 BFL Chip Credits - 0.992 BTC Per Lot of 32 - Discount for 224 on: June 27, 2013, 04:01:29 AM

shameless and sad bump  :/
15  Bitcoin / Press / Re: 2013-06-23 Forbes - Bitcoin Foundation Receives Cease And Desist Order From Ca on: June 25, 2013, 02:26:25 AM


holy carrots


Question answered.  Inform the government.
16  Other / CPU/GPU Bitcoin mining hardware / Re: Maximum # of 7970 GPU's a Lepa 1600 PSU Can Handle ? on: June 25, 2013, 02:14:12 AM

The Lepa 1600 has 2 20 Amp rails and 4 30 Amp 12V rails.

I would imagine this to mean that the 2 20 amp rails are limited to 240 Watts each.

The problem this leads to is that 160 Amps at 12V is well over the 1600 Watt rating for the PSU.  So, there is a limitation being obscured by the fact it has multiple rails.

The multiple rail business complicates a setup - so Lepa isn't as attractive to me.
17  Economy / Computer hardware / Re: [WTS] 224 BFL Chip Credits - 0.031 Per Credit (lots of 32) - Discount for 224 on: June 24, 2013, 05:36:43 PM

b ump ... again
18  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: KNCMiner and their 'magic' SHA256 alogorithm on: June 22, 2013, 06:22:09 PM
It's called trying to inflate the actual performance of your product and/or design knowledge. If your product is good, quote firm numbers based on hard, verifiable FACTS rather than allude to 'improvements' to a mathematical process which has data dependencies which cannot be changed or improved.

The academics who wrote the paper quoted are experts in their field - Dadda has an adder type named after him - and designed a method of reducing delay paths on an actual asic. They did'nt change or say they could change an algorithm. KNC claim to have an 'improved' algorithm, and that is just plain rubbish. Ask any mathematician.

Any respectable company would not make such ridiculous claims, if KNC have indeed used the methods from this paper in their design,then they should acknowledge it. Hence my annoyance.

Incidentally, Dadda and co. got their SHA256 engine to run at 'a clock speed of well over 1Ghz' on a 130nm process.

While typical SHA256 usage is for streaming encryption the fact that these scientists got a 1GHz clock rate is pretty impressive.

Whether this translates to a double SHA256 using nonce values - it may not.  This double SHA256 depends heavily on transistor density, which brings in to play all sorts of complications such as RI, voltage sag.

Bitfury's 'sea of hashers' approach might allow some use of this though.  Still, Bitfury is very competent, so he may have explored all options.

19  Other / Off-topic / Re: List the bitcoiners who've have lost their motherfuckin' mind. on: June 21, 2013, 02:05:57 AM


I'm from TX living in New England.  They all think I'm from Mars.  Nah, I'm from TX.  Culture differences?  Ummmmmmmm, yeah.....

Can any other Texans comment on their experiences with New England.  Does almost everyone seem as oblivious and obnoxious as they do to me?

Needless to say I'm working on my escape plan.
20  Bitcoin / Hardware / Re: [ANN] Bitfury is looking for alpha-testers of first chips! FREE MONEY HERE! on: June 21, 2013, 01:58:24 AM

It would make logical sense, if it also made technical sense, that the power circuitry allowed for a 'high speed/turbo' mode that would allow to seize on the opportunity of relatively low difficulty at the present moment.

And, given bitfury's forward thinking electrical usage design, the ability for manual user clocking / undervolting to the 6/2 ratio would be equally as beneficial once Bitcoin reaches near Petahash capacity.

I'd be somewhat disappointed if bitfury did not provide circuitry that allowed for both a mutually exclusive hi speed-hi consumption setting and then the 6/2 setting.

My 2 cents.  If the bitfury units possessed both capabilities I'd be more likely to purchase.

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