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December 03, 2012, 02:57:08 PM
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Hello Bitcoin et al.
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December 03, 2012, 03:43:13 PM
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Hello

Send me your Bitcoins!

Im the Golum of bitcoins!
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December 03, 2012, 04:28:05 PM
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Hi There! I am Brian from BitConcierge.com.

I am excited to be here  Wink
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December 03, 2012, 05:32:58 PM
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Hi, I new here and interested in exploring bitcoin.
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December 03, 2012, 08:40:42 PM
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Im batman.

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December 03, 2012, 09:34:00 PM
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Hi all,

I read a Wired article and then a Verge article about bitcoins. My curiosity led me to this forum which looks like the best resource out there to find out more about bitcoins. I have been reading through a ton of posts and have found a lot of great information. I just pre-ordered a BLF Jalapeño and am excited to try my hand at mining.

kcgreene.

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December 03, 2012, 10:13:45 PM
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Hello all,

I just find Bitcoin fascinating basically and have just started accepting it for payment at my hosting site. Looking to get a bit involved in the forum and see whether the ASICs ever start getting delivered.

Marc

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December 03, 2012, 10:31:03 PM
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I've been small-scale mining for six months using night time idle time on graphics workstations.

I recently transferred my stash to Mt. Gox and since I'm having trouble finding an institution in my country that'll allow me to withdraw to it I'm looking forward to busting my newbies restrictions cherry so I can join the discussion on the appropriate sub-board and hopefully find answers from my fellow Canadians who have surely solved this problem before me.

I probably should've stopped lurking a long time ago so that my hands wouldn't be tied in this way now, but I'll probably come to regret regretting that. I usually rue regret.

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December 03, 2012, 11:00:26 PM
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Hello all,

Long time lurker first time poster.



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December 04, 2012, 01:14:14 AM
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 Shocked  WOW  Shocked

What an insanely long thread!!!

Anyways.... Hello,
I'm Ex0deus. I'm not extremely new to bitcoin... but I am just recently getting into it. I've been hanging out most of the time in #bitcoin-otc on freenode.
I'm in to buying and selling bitcoins... now and again... but i'm more into providing services for btc.
I'm a Bitcoin Bounty Hunter. So if there some job you need done... hit me up... maybe I can help you sort or a solution... for the right price of course  Roll Eyes

Peace!


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December 04, 2012, 06:31:47 AM
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Hi. suranyami here. I'm a Ruby developer.

I'm interested in mining, and also going to look into any opportunities for creating web services that use the BTC ecosystem.

I ran a little experiment mining on my (now quite old) desktop, but the graphics card was getting abysmal throughput. After about 2 weeks I think I managed to earn a massive 0.0001 BTC.

So, now I'm eyeing off the Butterfly Labs ASICs. I put an order in for a Jalapeño... can't wait till it arrives.

Once I've given that a try, hopefully take a bigger plunge into ASICs.

I'm planning on using my Raspberry Pi as the controller.

If anyone has any ideas for BTC web services, I'd be interested in partnering up on the tech build side. I tend to use Rails, MongoDB, WebSockets, and lots of other groovy tech.

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December 04, 2012, 06:39:28 AM
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I'm Sandwich and I am struggling.  I am having issues with GUIMiner.  When I load the program it will not connect and give the following error:

2012-12-03 22:11:44: Running command: poclbm.exe XXXXXXX.XXXXX:XXXXXXX@api2.bitcoin.cz:8332 --device=0 --platform=0 --verbose -r1
2012-12-03 22:11:44: Listener for "Default" started
2012-12-03 22:11:44: Listener for "Default": 03/12/2012 22:11:44,  too many values to unpack
2012-12-03 22:11:47: Listener for "Default": At least one server is required
2012-12-03 22:11:47: Listener for "Default": Traceback (most recent call last):
2012-12-03 22:11:47: Listener for "Default": File "Switch.pyo", line 45, in __init__
2012-12-03 22:11:47: Listener for "Default": File "Switch.pyo", line 60, in parse_server
2012-12-03 22:11:47: Listener for "Default": ValueError: too many values to unpack

I have searched and searched but can not find any reference to  "too many values to unpack".  Anyone have any ideas?

I am using version 20121203
All drivers for video cards are updated and good to go.
happens on multiple computers and multiple accounts.

What am I missing?
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December 04, 2012, 06:55:11 AM
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My name is Davi Barker, know in many online circles as The Muslim Agorist. I'm an alternative currency enthusiast. I started with silver but was turned on to Bitcoin when I started writing for DailyAnarchist.com.
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December 04, 2012, 08:24:03 AM
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3 purchases with only one theft! Not bad. Did need that $60 tho...
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December 04, 2012, 09:54:53 AM
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Well, I'm introducing myself.

I'm from Portugal. I started mining just a week ago and I'm doing it just for fun. The profit will come later, I expect!

Cheers.
kha0S

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December 04, 2012, 01:57:43 PM
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Hi mancBTC here, been mining for a while now and lurking on this board for a little longer, thought it was about time I signed up for an account to participate in this community and this economy.

Not a great understanding of the technical aspect of BTC but I think I understand it enough to confidently use it as a currency.

Not had the chance to buy anything with BTC as of yet, i have done some trading on mtgox and BTC-e.com but find that the fees tend to be extortionate and the hoops you have to jump through to get any sort of money out of them is a PITA
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December 04, 2012, 02:54:51 PM
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Hello Everyone!
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December 04, 2012, 07:16:12 PM
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I figured it out.  The password I was using to log into the pool had a random string of characters that ended with "@".  I changed the password and no longer have the issue.  I will repost this in the appropriate forum when I am no longer a newbie:)


I'm Sandwich and I am struggling.  I am having issues with GUIMiner.  When I load the program it will not connect and give the following error:

2012-12-03 22:11:44: Running command: poclbm.exe XXXXXXX.XXXXX:XXXXXXX@api2.bitcoin.cz:8332 --device=0 --platform=0 --verbose -r1
2012-12-03 22:11:44: Listener for "Default" started
2012-12-03 22:11:44: Listener for "Default": 03/12/2012 22:11:44,  too many values to unpack
2012-12-03 22:11:47: Listener for "Default": At least one server is required
2012-12-03 22:11:47: Listener for "Default": Traceback (most recent call last):
2012-12-03 22:11:47: Listener for "Default": File "Switch.pyo", line 45, in __init__
2012-12-03 22:11:47: Listener for "Default": File "Switch.pyo", line 60, in parse_server
2012-12-03 22:11:47: Listener for "Default": ValueError: too many values to unpack

I have searched and searched but can not find any reference to  "too many values to unpack".  Anyone have any ideas?

I am using version 20121203
All drivers for video cards are updated and good to go.
happens on multiple computers and multiple accounts.

What am I missing?
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December 05, 2012, 12:49:28 AM
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I'm M
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December 05, 2012, 02:47:59 AM
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Hi I am totally new to Bitcoin and am going to setup a wallet and get some free bitcoins to start with. Nice to meet you all!
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