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July 22, 2016, 02:18:33 PM
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It just needs a listing on a "real" exchange

Yes if someone can contact bittrex

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July 22, 2016, 02:29:38 PM
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ETHc listed on Bitsquare




I'm surprised that Yobit still didnt listed ETHc   Cheesy

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Just in time. Maybe yobit will add ethc today or late tomorrow.

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July 22, 2016, 02:50:23 PM
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Can I rent hashing power and mine ETHC blocks? If anyone has info please reply. Looking to invest in this with some good $$$
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July 22, 2016, 04:33:18 PM
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I'm surprised that Yobit still didnt listed ETHc   Cheesy
Yup, but I personally dislike YoBit with their shady tactics. Mehh..

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July 22, 2016, 04:35:26 PM
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Can I rent hashing power and mine ETHC blocks? If anyone has info please reply. Looking to invest in this with some good $$$

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July 22, 2016, 05:02:38 PM
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sorry guys. i dropped a few miners, but it was imperative to get the critical apps off the stratums. i needed to reduce the attack surface. us1.epool.io, us2.epool.io, uk1.epool.io, as1.epool.io. old addresses should still work, but if not use the former. little bumb now to avoid a huge mountain later
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sorry guys. i dropped a few miners, but it was imperative to get the critical apps off the stratums. i needed to reduce the attack surface. us1.epool.io, us2.epool.io, uk1.epool.io, as1.epool.io. old addresses should still work, but if not use the former. little bumb now to avoid a huge mountain later

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Where to download the wallet? Is there a wallet somewhere that's easy to set up? I don't want anything messy with lots of hacking and clicking through options. Anything ready out of the box?

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July 22, 2016, 06:09:46 PM
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Where to download the wallet? Is there a wallet somewhere that's easy to set up? I don't want anything messy with lots of hacking and clicking through options. Anything ready out of the box?

This is how I got a wallet.

Not mist but https://github.com/ethereum/mist/releases

https://github.com/ethereum/mist/releases/download/0.8.1/Ethereum-Wallet-win64-0-8-1.zip

You can't have the updated blockchain though. So if you already had this software you need to rename Mist and Ethereum in appdata to start fresh and choose no fork.

I don't know how they're different. Ethereum sucks compared to btc. I can't even see my transactions wtf?

You don't even need to trust us since we're using eth code. Ethf had to get new code not ethc.


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Where to download the wallet? Is there a wallet somewhere that's easy to set up? I don't want anything messy with lots of hacking and clicking through options. Anything ready out of the box?

This is how I got a wallet.

Not mist but https://github.com/ethereum/mist/releases

https://github.com/ethereum/mist/releases/download/0.8.1/Ethereum-Wallet-win64-0-8-1.zip

You can't have the updated blockchain though. So if you already had this software you need to rename Mist and Ethereum in appdata to start fresh and choose no fork.

I don't know how they're different. Ethereum sucks compared to btc. I can't even see my transactions wtf?

You don't even need to trust us since we're using eth code. Ethf had to get new code not ethc.



ok, thx
I'll see if i can get that working.

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You can rent Dagger-Hashimoto rigs and point them to one of the "classic" pools.
Yeah, www.nicehash.com has nice rigs as well.

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You can rent Dagger-Hashimoto rigs and point them to one of the "classic" pools.
Yeah, www.nicehash.com has nice rigs as well.

How many ethc can I get with 1 btc

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You can rent Dagger-Hashimoto rigs and point them to one of the "classic" pools.
Yeah, www.nicehash.com has nice rigs as well.

How many ethc can I get with 1 btc

Let's try mathing a bit...

1 BTC buys about 7 GH/s for a day. Total network hashrate is 31 GH/s so you would have about 23% of the network. I think the total number of coins mined per day is 25k-ish, so you should be able to mine 25,000*0.23 = about 5,000 to 6,000 ETHC for 1 BTC.

I may have messed it up completely though so don't go spending your retirement savings without verifying the numbers yourself.

Edit: actually it's ~18% if we assume that you would add 7 GH/s to the network and make it 38 GH/s total. So roughly 4,000 - 5,000 ETHC.

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You can rent Dagger-Hashimoto rigs and point them to one of the "classic" pools.
Yeah, www.nicehash.com has nice rigs as well.

How many ethc can I get with 1 btc

Let's try mathing a bit...

1 BTC buys about 7 GH/s for a day. Total network hashrate is 31 GH/s so you would have about 23% of the network. I think the total number of coins mined per day is 25k-ish, so you should be able to mine 25,000*0.23 = about 5,000 to 6,000 ETHC for 1 BTC.

I may have messed it up completely though so don't go spending your retirement savings without verifying the numbers yourself.

Thanks that's above my $20 floor

Then again the market seems to be selling at 2000/1btc

Ethc at 33¢ is better than paycoin and just getting started!


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hi all, anyone has example connected using nicehash.
been trying without luck

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Update OP and Title with new ticker ETC
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where could i buy some ?

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where could i buy some ?

no worries... im sure the hacker has a few million to dump Grin Grin

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July 23, 2016, 01:32:46 AM
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where could i buy some ?

Now bitsquare

Possibly soon https://www.reddit.com/r/EthereumClassic/comments/4u45n6/coinexchangeio_is_working_on_adding_ethc_to_their/

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