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December 30, 2011, 09:38:43 AM
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Hey Nasdaq ,

How cool that you replyd to me.
But your message is too long and too intellectual for me to counter-reply you.
It was like youre drifting away on a cloud, lurking a pipe while you replyd, its too dreamy.

Afair ? Could have used another word, i saw that word in another forum, i thought hey lets use that word.
First word that came up to me.

I dont know what the hell youre saying.

Protecting from counterfeiting, but you pay too high electricity bills. Just to protect ?
It costs you money, than why would you do it ?
Its unsafe, its been hacked right ? several times.

Let me brake it down for ya ;

Its a hobby for you ! Admit it, its a hobby for everyone that uses Bitcoin.
You still have to get up and go to work, you cant make a living out of it !

You can not earn 2000 usd per month for 8 hours a day running your cards ( excluding weekends ), think about electricity costs.

Tell me honest Nasdaq, what do you have on the side ?
A job welfare, any form of other income.
Sure you can use roebels and yens to pay in a UK supermarket, you just have to exchange them for pounds.

I know what youre thinking, you can exchange Bitcoins ..... ladi ladi la
Bitcoins is for young internet people, its not accepted by general world population.
No one knows Bitcoins, small percentage of people who have too much free time on their hands.

How are you gonna exchange Bitcoins for pounds, takes too much effort, why would you do so much effort.
Youre probably the occupy stuff you know, you dont use because its clever.
You just want to make protest, youre probably poor, hate rich people etc etc.
Its an US thing, US is not the world, Europe, Brasil everything is thriving there, well Europe has a some clash but nothing too serious.
China.

Youre unlucky that you live in the US, theyre cutting back on everything there.

ps.

You caught me while im just awake, so im dreamy too, forgive me my dear intellectual friend.
Ill come back at you with full intellectual power.
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December 30, 2011, 10:50:12 AM
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ok I'll Re:Introduce myself again.  It's Celia.  3rd post dumped!
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December 30, 2011, 11:05:11 AM
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Welcome a'board P2K, you sound like you're coming late to the party, but 300 hours deep in a project?  That sounds like something to be excited about!

Yep, I'm really a bit late but I also wanted to keep it secret and just surprise and blow down everyone with a full product Cheesy

I know, "He that praises himself spatters himself", but I believe it is pretty awesome and not to be sneezed at; a true alternative to existing solutions. Now that's my fifth post and soon my little speech will find its way to the Mining forum.

Edit: There it is!

ecoinpool: Announcement (https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=56068.0) ◆ Homepage (https://ecoinpool.p2k-network.org/projects/ecoinpool) ◆ GitHub (https://github.com/p2k/ecoinpool)
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December 30, 2011, 01:48:47 PM
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@Goats Cheese  TL;DR your post, please stop provoking a fight with your comments or you will be reported to a moderator.
Btw you should open a new thread if you really have something to say not posting in this one

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December 30, 2011, 03:17:36 PM
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Few more hours and its 2012.

Hey Guys! WWW.FREEBITCOINS.ORG introduces "Epic December Contest" where you can Win Sweet Casascius Coins !!!
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December 30, 2011, 05:45:36 PM
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Hello everyone,

My name is Arvis Lācis. I'm simple student (18 years old) from Latvia (it's a small country in the North-East Europe near the Baltic Sea and Russia). In my spare time I'm programming and also translating software. Of course, I'm also blogging - http://varddienis.blogspot.com - my Latvian blog, and exploring many other thing connected with IT - social networks, gadgets. Some days ago I found out Bitcoin so I'm there. Smiley

I would be happy for any donations to my Bitcoin: 1Pp5DMMAmXGDsFstsmiVc3Ghovu2k9GRRi
Thanks a lot.  Wink

You can contact me on Twitter (@arvislacis) and Nimbuzz (arvislacis).

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December 30, 2011, 07:55:19 PM
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Hey there folks. Teej here hailing from Orlando, FL.


-Teej
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December 30, 2011, 08:40:29 PM
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Hello everyone,

My name is Arvis Lācis. I'm simple student (18 years old) from Latvia (it's a small country in the North-East Europe near the Baltic Sea and Russia). In my spare time I'm programming and also translating software. Of course, I'm also blogging - http://varddienis.blogspot.com - my Latvian blog, and exploring many other thing connected with IT - social networks, gadgets. Some days ago I found out Bitcoin so I'm there. Smiley

I would be happy for any donations to my Bitcoin: 1Pp5DMMAmXGDsFstsmiVc3Ghovu2k9GRRi
Thanks a lot.  Wink

You can contact me on Twitter (@arvislacis) and Nimbuzz (arvislacis).

nice intro, sent you some btc Wink

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December 30, 2011, 08:59:05 PM
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Hi everyone! I've been lurking for awhile now, and I figured it was time to make an account and participate. I am very excited about bitcoins - I believe they have the power to render central authority obsolete.

I am a computer programmer by trade. I'm working on a few interesting bitcoin related projects which will hopefully help bitcoin gain more widespread adoption.

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December 30, 2011, 09:06:18 PM
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Hi everyone! I've been lurking for awhile now, and I figured it was time to make an account and participate. I am very excited about bitcoins - I believe they have the power to render central authority obsolete.

I am a computer programmer by trade. I'm working on a few interesting bitcoin related projects which will hopefully help bitcoin gain more widespread adoption.

Welcome to the forums!

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December 31, 2011, 05:52:24 AM
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Hi all! I'm very excited to get involved in the bitcoin community. Im an IT Support technician at a local university and have been mining with my Nvidia 9800GT. Needless to say, the 30Mh/s isn't cutting it. I have already scoped out a few cards here and there. Very impressed how large this community is considering i've never heard of bitcoins before last month.
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December 31, 2011, 07:12:51 AM
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 Smiley Happy to join Bitcointalk.Hope more people get to know about bitcoin.
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December 31, 2011, 07:27:04 AM
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New guy here - currently mining on FPGA's... interested in discussing this on your boards.
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December 31, 2011, 07:35:56 AM
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New guy here - currently mining on FPGA's... interested in discussing this on your boards.
Hi and welcome! How many MHash/s of FPGAs do you have?

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December 31, 2011, 04:34:31 PM
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Hello there, I'm fairly new to bitcoins. I got introduced by a friend of mine and I'm hooked. The idea is great and though I had some trouble understanding every bit(hehe) of bitcoins since I'm not the technical type I understand the most important facts now.
I'm interested in the economy and legal forums and trying to think of ways to get this currency beyond the speculating type it is now.

https://www.bitbuy.nl - Koop eenvoudig, snel en goedkoop bitcoins bij Bitbuy!
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December 31, 2011, 07:05:33 PM
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I am the newest bee in the hive.  I barely know what a bitcoin is.  There is a great article in WIRED magazine about bitcoins.  This led me to do google searches, etc.. download a wallet, bit miner pool website.
I like the hardware side of bitcoin and mining.  My lowly celeron 440 just cant mine bitcoins fast enough.  Any help getting started?
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December 31, 2011, 07:34:06 PM
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I am the newest bee in the hive.  I barely know what a bitcoin is.  There is a great article in WIRED magazine about bitcoins.  This led me to do google searches, etc.. download a wallet, bit miner pool website.
I like the hardware side of bitcoin and mining.  My lowly celeron 440 just cant mine bitcoins fast enough.  Any help getting started?
Welcome. If you want to get into mining, you first need to realize that mining with a CPU will cost you more in electricity than the bitcents it will generate. Your best bet is to get an AMD/ATI GPU. Something like a Radeon 58xx or 6950. A cheap 6870 is also not a bad choice. I am not bashing nVidia; it is just that nVidia architecture is poorly suited for bitcoin mining.

This <https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Mining_hardware_comparison> will give you an idea of the hash rates you can expect with various GPUs and CPUs. For example, an overclocked 6870 can provide 300MHash/s; compare to your Celeron 440 that does 2MHash/s. Yes, 150x slower.

You can then go here <http://www.alloscomp.com/bitcoin/calculator.php> to give you an idea of how many bitcoins a given hashrate will provide you over time.

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December 31, 2011, 09:31:41 PM
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Hey all! I've been involved with bitcoins for a while now--I remember buying in way back when BTC was around $1 (and more importantly, selling when it hit ~$30  Grin) I've still got some and am interested to see where this little experiment goes. At the moment, however, I just need to PM someone on here -_-
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January 01, 2012, 01:57:30 AM
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Im cage and Im totally lost how to use this thing!
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January 01, 2012, 02:02:12 AM
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Hey all! I've been involved with bitcoins for a while now--I remember buying in way back when BTC was around $1 (and more importantly, selling when it hit ~$30  Grin) I've still got some and am interested to see where this little experiment goes. At the moment, however, I just need to PM someone on here -_-

You've taken the first step; stick with it, ask questions!

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