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February 12, 2013, 12:37:54 PM
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Hello people,

I am pretty new to the whole BTC thing so mining it is very intriguing.  I am interested in know how to mine some of these new coins, not so much for the coins but just for the knowledge of how it works from the start.

I seem to have wallets set up for ixcoin, i0coin, and devcoin but my knowledge of mining would now mean I would connect to a pool.  Since most of these don't have a pool but I can see they have blockchains how do i go about them?

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February 12, 2013, 12:46:56 PM
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Install and run p2pool. It lets you merged-mine the whole set, including bitcoins.

(For example I am currently using it on BTC, NMC, DVC, GRP, IXC, I0C and CLC all at once.)

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February 12, 2013, 12:50:19 PM
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Install and run p2pool. It lets you merged-mine the whole set, including bitcoins.

(For example I am currently using it on BTC, DVC, GRP, IXC, I0C and CLC all at once.)

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no NMC in your list?? that why i like bitparking i have to say

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February 12, 2013, 12:56:52 PM
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Oops typo, corrected. Smiley

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February 12, 2013, 02:49:39 PM
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Install and run p2pool. It lets you merged-mine the whole set, including bitcoins.

(For example I am currently using it on BTC, NMC, DVC, GRP, IXC, I0C and CLC all at once.)

-MarkM-

LOL and poof coins fly out of your butt! 

I did what you say here and really I feel no smarter for it.  I have been mining with guiminer for a while and even reaper for ltc but I see nothing that mentions the other cryptos anywhere in the p2pool docs.

Any chance you could elaborate?  Really just want to mine DVC, IXC, I0C if possible.

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February 12, 2013, 02:52:21 PM
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Install and run p2pool. It lets you merged-mine the whole set, including bitcoins.

(For example I am currently using it on BTC, NMC, DVC, GRP, IXC, I0C and CLC all at once.)

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February 12, 2013, 03:15:29 PM
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no NMC in your list?? that why i like bitparking i have to say

Well just your subtle name drop there helped me more than anyone else.  Went to your mentioned site and easily figured out most of them I was interested in. Thanks Fuzzy.

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February 12, 2013, 08:03:24 PM
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no NMC in your list?? that why i like bitparking i have to say

Well just your subtle name drop there helped me more than anyone else.  Went to your mentioned site and easily figured out most of them I was interested in. Thanks Fuzzy.
sweet well i pleased i could help... let me do it again....

all my Devcoins I mine I buy cryptostock shares in the Devcoin Bounty DVB project.... as DEVcoins are worth soo little in reality, but I like to support the idea behind DEV and the DVB project... and for the record I am in no way affiliated to the DVB, Bitparking or Cryptostocks Smiley so if this was helpful and have some coins to spare, please remember me and my mass of addys in my sig Tongue

just leaving this here for you
https://cryptostocks.com/securities/14

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February 12, 2013, 08:08:52 PM
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all my Devcoins I mine I buy cryptostock shares in the Devcoin Bounty DVB project.... as DEVcoins are worth soo little in reality, but I like to support the idea behind DEV and the DVB project... and for the record I am in no way affiliated to the DVB, Bitparking or Cryptostocks Smiley so if this was helpful and have some coins to spare, please remember me and my mass of addys in my sig Tongue

just leaving this here for you
https://cryptostocks.com/securities/14

I had already seen this and was gonna play it also but thanks for the tip. Was not real sure of it.

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