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September 04, 2016, 10:24:13 AM
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Yes, interesting isn't it?  The difficulty must be hurting eth miners hard now what with that bomb ticking.  I know some of our bigger miners are running at reduced hashpower to save electricity costs during the dips I know i have.  Also it lowers our diff if you use less of your hashpower.  I am underclocking ATM.
Moreove, I have pointed some of my haspower at eth to help up their difficulty.  The Eth i receive i change for Etc in shapeshift, it's a case of what strategy returns the best effect in a given situation.  Also, it helps to have some hashpower up your sleeve in case of a 51% attack attempt.  But we have gone over all this so many times here already.  Roll Eyes  keep an eye here  https://www.whattomine.com/

But the opposite trade (ETC to ETH) with smart contracts still problematic in Shapeshift. I also use Shapeshift for ETH to ETC exchange.

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September 04, 2016, 10:36:45 AM
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Yes, interesting isn't it?  The difficulty must be hurting eth miners hard now what with that bomb ticking.  I know some of our bigger miners are running at reduced hashpower to save electricity costs during the dips I know i have.  Also it lowers our diff if you use less of your hashpower.  I am underclocking ATM.
Moreove, I have pointed some of my haspower at eth to help up their difficulty.  The Eth i receive i change for Etc in shapeshift, it's a case of what strategy returns the best effect in a given situation.  Also, it helps to have some hashpower up your sleeve in case of a 51% attack attempt.  But we have gone over all this so many times here already.  Roll Eyes  keep an eye here  https://www.whattomine.com/

But the opposite trade (ETC to ETH) with smart contracts still problematic in Shapeshift. I also use Shapeshift for ETH to ETC exchange.

yes, if you have eth/etc mined before block #1920000  
I sold all mine at 24mɃ before the Dao hack and had none at the fork. I started etc afresh so i have no legacy coins to worry about not that i am selling my freshly minted solo mined etc coins.  

Also, If Bitcoin continues to move up like this i may be starting up my underclocked last generaton BTC ASICs again

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September 04, 2016, 11:11:39 AM
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In light of the Minebox news, it may pay to give some time to dig out those old HHDs you all have tucked awway.  They will soon be able to mine you some coin.

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September 04, 2016, 11:55:32 AM
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ETC is falling without any resistance. Sad low volume, fall of price, lack of interest, least community movement. DAMN. too bad for a coin like ETC
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September 04, 2016, 12:20:00 PM
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ETC is falling without any resistance. Sad low volume, fall of price, lack of interest, least community movement. DAMN. too bad for a coin like ETC

Nice try. Smiley
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Sorry @greenuser and if i holded my Dao on exchange similar bittrex? I cant wtd etc from Dao?
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September 04, 2016, 12:51:47 PM
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Sorry @greenuser and if i holded my Dao on exchange similar bittrex? I cant wtd etc from Dao?
Sorry to here that. Can you send them to a ETH Geth wallet or ETH based myetherwallet and then exchange them?  I don't know, I kept well clear of the Dao from the get go.  Too many Devs with conflict of interests for my liking.  All I can do is appeal to people to come forward and share their issues to see if there is a solution for you.

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Sorry @greenuser and if i holded my Dao on exchange similar bittrex? I cant wtd etc from Dao?
Sorry to here that. Can you send them to a ETH Geth wallet or ETH based myetherwallet and then exchange them?  I don't know, I kept well clear of the Dao from the get go.  Too many Devs with conflict of interests for my liking.  All I can do is appeal to people to come forward and share their issues to see if there is a solution for you.

Please can anyone help Maicol792?

I have olded my Dao on bittrex, afther bittrex have converted this Dao in eth 100:1 ... But at this point if i have 10000 Dao now i have 100 eth but my ETC? Bittrex need to return 100 ETC or my idea is wrong? Thanks
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September 04, 2016, 01:31:23 PM
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Sorry @greenuser and if i holded my Dao on exchange similar bittrex? I cant wtd etc from Dao?
Sorry to here that. Can you send them to a ETH Geth wallet or ETH based myetherwallet and then exchange them?  I don't know, I kept well clear of the Dao from the get go.  Too many Devs with conflict of interests for my liking.  All I can do is appeal to people to come forward and share their issues to see if there is a solution for you.

Please can anyone help Maicol792?

I have olded my Dao on bittrex, afther bittrex have converted this Dao in eth 100:1 ... But at this point if i have 10000 Dao now i have 100 eth but my ETC? Bittrex need to return 100 ETC or my idea is wrong? Thanks
No you are right!  Have you talked to bittrex?

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Sorry @greenuser and if i holded my Dao on exchange similar bittrex? I cant wtd etc from Dao?
Sorry to here that. Can you send them to a ETH Geth wallet or ETH based myetherwallet and then exchange them?  I don't know, I kept well clear of the Dao from the get go.  Too many Devs with conflict of interests for my liking.  All I can do is appeal to people to come forward and share their issues to see if there is a solution for you.

Please can anyone help Maicol792?

I have olded my Dao on bittrex, afther bittrex have converted this Dao in eth 100:1 ... But at this point if i have 10000 Dao now i have 100 eth but my ETC? Bittrex need to return 100 ETC or my idea is wrong? Thanks
No you are right!  Have you talked to bittrex?

No i don't talked whit bittrex .... But another question if now i buy some DAO afther i can convert this DAO and have ETH and ETC? Or is wrong my idea?
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September 04, 2016, 02:35:00 PM
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Sorry @greenuser and if i holded my Dao on exchange similar bittrex? I cant wtd etc from Dao?
Sorry to here that. Can you send them to a ETH Geth wallet or ETH based myetherwallet and then exchange them?  I don't know, I kept well clear of the Dao from the get go.  Too many Devs with conflict of interests for my liking.  All I can do is appeal to people to come forward and share their issues to see if there is a solution for you.

Please can anyone help Maicol792?

I have olded my Dao on bittrex, afther bittrex have converted this Dao in eth 100:1 ... But at this point if i have 10000 Dao now i have 100 eth but my ETC? Bittrex need to return 100 ETC or my idea is wrong? Thanks
No you are right!  Have you talked to bittrex?

No i don't talked whit bittrex .... But another question if now i buy some DAO afther i can convert this DAO and have ETH and ETC? Or is wrong my idea?

I am not here to give investment advice my friend other than. Only invest what you can afford to loose. You have to decide. If you cannot afford to loose, buy gold. It is up 11%  http://www.kitco.com/charts/livegold.html

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September 04, 2016, 02:43:00 PM
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Nice tweet
https://twitter.com/eth_classic/status/772043760071012352

Introducing https://minebox.io/
the first commercial Dapp developed on the ETC blockchain!
Buh Bye Dropbox...




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September 04, 2016, 02:51:46 PM
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http://ether.cards/

Now Supports Classic




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September 04, 2016, 03:39:49 PM
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It was posted on Slack a few days ago about about the Ledger Nano S hardware wallet.  I have been looking at this idea, but I don't see a 2 factor auth for the Nano S.  As a matter of fact I only see a 4 digit PIN.  This seems way too weak a auth method to secure the wallet.  Does anyone else have any experience with this or can recommend a hardware wallet that works for ETC?  Thanks.

Here is the URL for the Ledger Nano S:
https://www.ledgerwallet.com/products/12-ledger-nano-s
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Nice tweet
https://twitter.com/eth_classic/status/772043760071012352

Introducing https://minebox.io/
the first commercial Dapp developed on the ETC blockchain!
Buh Bye Dropbox...



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the box looks interesting. but where did you read something about ETC?
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September 04, 2016, 05:56:48 PM
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Nice tweet
https://twitter.com/eth_classic/status/772043760071012352

Introducing https://minebox.io/
the first commercial Dapp developed on the ETC blockchain!
Buh Bye Dropbox...



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the box looks interesting. but where did you read something about ETC?

read the tweet at the top, @vladopetrushev is the CEO of minebox.  He posts on etc slack and is a member of etc community.
it is an etc announcement... the first commercial Dapp developed on the ETC blockchain!

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September 04, 2016, 11:16:03 PM
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It was posted on Slack a few days ago about about the Ledger Nano S hardware wallet.  I have been looking at this idea, but I don't see a 2 factor auth for the Nano S.  As a matter of fact I only see a 4 digit PIN.  This seems way too weak a auth method to secure the wallet.  Does anyone else have any experience with this or can recommend a hardware wallet that works for ETC?  Thanks.

Here is the URL for the Ledger Nano S:
https://www.ledgerwallet.com/products/12-ledger-nano-s

I have a nano s and I love.
Besides the 4 numbers, is generated a seed with 24 words to recover the wallet in case of loss or reset. To do transfers are asked three random words from that seed.
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It was posted on Slack a few days ago about about the Ledger Nano S hardware wallet.  I have been looking at this idea, but I don't see a 2 factor auth for the Nano S.  As a matter of fact I only see a 4 digit PIN.  This seems way too weak a auth method to secure the wallet.  Does anyone else have any experience with this or can recommend a hardware wallet that works for ETC?  Thanks.

Here is the URL for the Ledger Nano S:
https://www.ledgerwallet.com/products/12-ledger-nano-s

I have a nano s and I love.
Besides the 4 numbers, is generated a seed with 24 words to recover the wallet in case of loss or reset. To do transfers are asked three random words from that seed.

Thanks for your feedback on this.  I will give it a try.  I want another layer of security between the internet, and my PC for access to my wallet so this seems like a better solution.  I hope these continue to improve and start to take in bio metrics at some point.
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It was posted on Slack a few days ago about about the Ledger Nano S hardware wallet.  I have been looking at this idea, but I don't see a 2 factor auth for the Nano S.  As a matter of fact I only see a 4 digit PIN.  This seems way too weak a auth method to secure the wallet.  Does anyone else have any experience with this or can recommend a hardware wallet that works for ETC?  Thanks.

Here is the URL for the Ledger Nano S:
https://www.ledgerwallet.com/products/12-ledger-nano-s

I have a nano s and I love.
Besides the 4 numbers, is generated a seed with 24 words to recover the wallet in case of loss or reset. To do transfers are asked three random words from that seed.

Thanks for your feedback on this.  I will give it a try.  I want another layer of security between the internet, and my PC for access to my wallet so this seems like a better solution.  I hope these continue to improve and start to take in bio metrics at some point.

a serious hardware bitcoin wallet ,without "electromagnetic shield ",will never be serious......


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electromagnetic_shielding


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September 05, 2016, 04:58:24 PM
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The Bizarre Fallout of Ethereum’s Epic Fail


http://fortune.com/2016/09/04/ethereum-fall-out/

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