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Author Topic: I manage 10,000+ computers, how to mining ?  (Read 5208 times)
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May 27, 2011, 08:55:53 PM
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good lord i hope hes a troll
can u imagine 10000 computers joining up?
i wish he said he had 10,000 people who were interested in investing in bitcoins lol
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May 27, 2011, 08:56:18 PM
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CPU mining = No, electricity will cost much more than the BTC you make.
NVIDIA mining = No, electricity will cost about the same as the BTC you make.
AMD/ATI mining = Maybe

Anyone that can post -- yes
intelligent answers -- maybe
people that just have to say NOTHING just to post -- almost everyone

even though they have posted thousands of times proves NOTHING
I appreciate humor  where was it "error" -- oh I guess the name says it all
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May 27, 2011, 08:56:53 PM
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CPU mining = No, electricity will cost much more than the BTC you make.
NVIDIA mining = No, electricity will cost about the same as the BTC you make.
AMD/ATI mining = Maybe

Anyone that can post -- yes
intelligent answers -- maybe
people that just have to say NOTHING just to post -- almost everyone

even though they have posted thousands of times proves NOTHING
I appreciate humor  where was it "error" -- oh I guess the name says it all

Is this supposed to have meaning?

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May 27, 2011, 09:01:13 PM
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CPU mining = No, electricity will cost much more than the BTC you make.
NVIDIA mining = No, electricity will cost about the same as the BTC you make.
AMD/ATI mining = Maybe

Anyone that can post -- yes
intelligent answers -- maybe
people that just have to say NOTHING just to post -- almost everyone

even though they have posted thousands of times proves NOTHING
I appreciate humor  where was it "error" -- oh I guess the name says it all

Is this supposed to have meaning?

Didn't think you would get it
It's like your posts NO POINT
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May 27, 2011, 09:33:31 PM
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good lord i hope hes a troll
can u imagine 10000 computers joining up?
i wish he said he had 10,000 people who were interested in investing in bitcoins lol

of course he is a troll, a stupid one, if he can't figure out how to start mining himself, how could he be managing not 10 000, but 10 computers...

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May 27, 2011, 09:50:47 PM
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Like someone said before, Stealthcoin - http://forum.bitcoin.org/?topic=6005.0
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