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Author Topic: Whitelist Requests (Want out of here?)  (Read 471074 times)
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January 22, 2012, 04:14:22 PM
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Google usually gets me here whenever I search for subjects related to Bitcoin! Your forum helped me a lot at the the time when I was new to Bitcoin! Now I find myself browsing the forum more often than I use to 6 months ago, especially topics related to FPGA mining! I bought a couple of FPGAs that is expected to reach me within 10 days. I would like to be able to participate in the forum by posting reviews about my new FPGAs.

Thank you.
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January 22, 2012, 04:30:34 PM
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I've been developing a trading bot "for MTGOX" during the last couple of months! anyone is interested in trading bots?
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January 23, 2012, 01:35:55 AM
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Im an Aussie member who onlydablles in bitcoins, but would like to comment about WBX on his thread, is it possible to get whitelisted?
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January 23, 2012, 01:48:16 PM
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Google usually gets me here whenever I search for subjects related to Bitcoin! Your forum helped me a lot at the the time when I was new to Bitcoin! Now I find myself browsing the forum more often than I use to 6 months ago, especially topics related to FPGA mining! I bought a couple of FPGAs that is expected to reach me within 10 days. I would like to be able to participate in the forum by posting reviews about my new FPGAs.

Thank you.

What FPGA did you end up getting? There are a lot of Ztex and Icarus users here ...

I've ordered 1 Icarus device + 2 BFL singles
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January 23, 2012, 05:19:38 PM
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I've ordered 1 Icarus device + 2 BFL singles

Nice; Icarus has been getting some good feedback here and there are members here anxiously awaiting a first review of a shipping BFL unit. They've had some delays and setbacks, but it is looking to be a nice design as well.

The only bad point about BFL device is that it can not be used as a DEV Board! It seems their design is kinda closed/optimized for SHA256! For that I find Icarus kinda more valuable though its slower! As you can use Icarus on other projects or you can sell it anytime as a dev board "if you ordered the dev kit 69USD"
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January 23, 2012, 05:35:49 PM
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I've ordered 1 Icarus device + 2 BFL singles

Nice; Icarus has been getting some good feedback here and there are members here anxiously awaiting a first review of a shipping BFL unit. They've had some delays and setbacks, but it is looking to be a nice design as well.

The only bad point about BFL device is that it can not be used as a DEV Board! It seems their design is kinda closed/optimized for SHA256! For that I find Icarus kinda more valuable though its slower! As you can use Icarus on other projects or you can sell it anytime as a dev board "if you ordered the dev kit 69USD"

Excellent point. The BFL unit will likely appeal mostly to dedicated miners; for FPGA devs/tinkerers the Icarus may be a better bet. Plus, as you say, there will be a larger resale market for Icarus since it can be used for many different things.

You may wish to follow and/or continue discussions here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=53530.0

OK I will!
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January 23, 2012, 08:36:46 PM
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I want out of here to post my ingenious design to this topic https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=55214.0;all and win/earn myself my very first bitcoins :-)

1BJ83hqj2poffeXNT1VfETZsAeheZVX1My :-)
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January 24, 2012, 08:48:41 PM
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Hi everyone. I am a researcher in security and cryptography. I recently wrote a paper on using Bitcoin to "carbon-date" messages. It was covered by the New Scientist. The article is being discussed in this thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=59956.0 I am Jeremy Clark from the article.

I wanted to add some clarification to what our protocol does/does not do to that thread but am not authorized to reply there. I hope someone can grant me access to that thread.
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January 24, 2012, 09:51:04 PM
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I would like to be whitelisted, if possible so that i could answer in the goods area.

Thanks!
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January 24, 2012, 09:54:01 PM
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Hello, would like to be white listed. Have been a member on this board for roughly a week. I am having fun reading through some posts.
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January 25, 2012, 07:22:34 AM
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is there a limit to how many times we can whitelist request?
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January 25, 2012, 04:05:16 PM
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Hi,

I'm using Bitcoins for about 8 months and reading this forum as well. I'm registered here from the beginning of this year. I'd like to be whitelisted because I want to post in the Bitcoin magazine thread.

Thanks!
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January 25, 2012, 08:27:00 PM
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is there a limit to how many times we can whitelist request?
Nope. You can try as many time as you like. However, the reason I'm not approving your request is because you haven't posted anything constructive yet, nor have you indicated that you ever will.

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January 26, 2012, 04:04:03 AM
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I feel I should be whitelisted because I have been a long time bitcoiner and I definitely know a good deal about how it all works.

The reason I need to post is because I am having problems with my mining rig and I need support. I tried asking on #bitcoin-mining, but nobody could help me (so I figured this would be an excellent alternative).

I am also a web developer working on a bitcoin wallet (don't worry, I'm not going to spam about it), so I feel like this gives me a little bit of credibility (I am Matt Bell, you can see the product here: http://angel.co/safebit).
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January 26, 2012, 08:51:47 AM
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Hi, I need outta here, Im new to this forum Im a Day Trader with BTC doing arb between exchanges, and play on Bitcoinica.

I need out of here to talk about the market urgently. I also do forex currency trading as well.

Theres things causing the Bitcoin market to move like this I want to talk about.

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January 28, 2012, 02:35:48 AM
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Hi,

As of now I don't really have anything too informative to post on the forums, but I do have two amazon.co.uk gift that I'd like to sell. I read the other dudes amazon(.com)-thread and there seems to be demand for other amazon's gift cards too. In the future I will most likely have more of these to sell, and I believe it would be benefitial for everyone if I was allowed to sell there.

Thanks.
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January 28, 2012, 05:14:19 PM
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My proof that I know a lot about bitcoins is that I programmed my site on my own which handles bitcoin payments.

I would like to tell everyone about my site and I think the people in the gambling forum will like to see it.

My new site is http://btcmatrix.com and I am looking forward to showing everyone and launching.

Please do consider my request thankyo
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January 30, 2012, 02:01:08 AM
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Hi, would like to be whitelisted in the X6500 Custom FPGA Miner thread if possible. I have built an enclosure and would like to share my ideas.
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January 30, 2012, 02:31:06 AM
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Hello everyone.

So, I'm a student and RTL designer (FPGA stuff).  I've been learning about bitcoin recently, mining it, and developing my own BTC IP core for FPGAs, something with a dedicated controller.

Overall the unit is faster than any current FPGA BTC rig, and it's modular so it can be applied to the DE0 Nano all the way up to Stratix cores.
It uses (optionally) a microcontroller to manage getwork and queueing while the FPGA focuses on hashing.  I have my FPGA (stratix iv) running 3.6GH/s with optimized fpgaminer code, and am currently writing this original core: http://www.nonverba.org/nanominer.
Specs are up there, as well as some project information.

The core will be donationware, which is good news for y'all, however I need money to justify putting as much time in as is needed, so if you're interested in <1.15 $/MH/s on a cheap FPGA (clusterable for higher hashrates...), and far less on a high end FPGA, let me know!
I'm asking a $10 (or 3 BTC) donation for lifetime licensing to the core (it will be something I maintain, optimize, update with the new silicon every little while).
This entitles you to the source code, the binaries, and 1-on-1 support (as much as I can give it).  The timeframe totally depends on how much I can get donated, so please be generous!

I'm not doing this alone. Azelphur [he's on this forum] runs a pool server and can verify the 3.6GH/s I'm getting out of my stratix.
That URL again is: http://www.nonverba.org/nanominer

I figured this would be an okay way to show proof-of-understanding; once i'm approved I'll move this to it's own thread. Thanks all!

Glendon
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January 30, 2012, 04:11:18 AM
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Dear Bitcoin forums staff,

Please let me out of the newbie area. I've been mining for a few months now and have a fairly decent understanding of how GPU works / pooled mining as well as trading / selling BTC. I'm currently very interested in learning more about the FPGA mining movement and would like to being posting in some of the FPGA threads (x6500 / ztex). Thanks!
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