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April 09, 2013, 05:21:50 PM
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Yeah, and that doesn't really help the S/N ratio of the forum. Then again, if it's restricted to the newbie forum, others aren't inconvenienced by it. And with the crazy amount of interest in Bitcoin it's impossible to follow the discussion anyway. How can you have a conversation with millions of people? We live in crazy times...

ROI is not a verb, the term you're looking for is 'to break even'.
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April 09, 2013, 05:41:19 PM
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Hi,
would like to be whitelisted to thank Nicksasa (notroll.in) for his good job athought he is in hospital !!
btw i'm owning a 14x7970 mining rig, so i'd like to share on my expreience
been in BTC since 2009
not much of a talker. i'm acting
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April 09, 2013, 05:57:36 PM
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Hello,

I am new and I'd like to post in the german section.

I created a small ticker desktop widget for current btc price on bitcoin.de and want to share it in case someone has a use for it. Thanks for considering to whitelist me.
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April 09, 2013, 06:22:25 PM
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Hello everyone!

I am founder of wallet.is, a little but audacious bitcoin wallet service striving to succeed where Instawallet has failed (taking a few coins of mine with it Smiley ).

I would appreciate if someone were to kindly whitelist me

My wallet.is (https://wallet.is) 1CavMk7Bk5XFGVPHgB1NhKJ3qHsewPhaGv . What about yours?
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April 09, 2013, 07:16:46 PM
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Please whitelist me.

Thanks in advance.

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April 09, 2013, 07:24:29 PM
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I am requesting permission to be allowed to post in other boards as I was looking into the alternate cryptocurrencies thread and one of the developers there created a cuda miner for Nvidia cards, I needed to be able to post on his thread since he asked for debugs from GTX Titans for his miner
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April 09, 2013, 07:32:18 PM
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Yes, I want out of here Smiley . please unblock me.
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April 09, 2013, 08:16:31 PM
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Please let me out of here, or better yet... solve my cgminer issue. 

.bat (command line):
"cgminer -o stratum+tcp://notroll.in:3333 -u buysolar.3 -p 12345 --scrypt --shaders 192 --intensity 2"

logfile generated:
[2013-04-09 16:06:01] Started cgminer 2.11.4
 [2013-04-09 16:06:01] Probing for an alive pool
 [2013-04-09 16:06:03] Error -11: Building Program (clBuildProgram)
 [2013-04-09 16:06:03] :678: error: no matching overload found for arguments of type 'unsigned int  __attribute__((ext_vector_type(4))), unsigned int'
                B = EndianSwap(tmp);
                       ^~~~~~~~~~
:687: error: no matching overload found for arguments of type 'unsigned int  __attribute__((ext_vector_type(4))), unsigned int'
                B[i+4] = EndianSwap(tmp);
                         ^~~~~~~~~~
:700: error: no matching overload found for arguments of type 'unsigned int  __attribute__((ext_vector_type(4))), unsigned int'
                B = EndianSwap(tmp);
                       ^~~~~~~~~~
:709: error: no matching overload found for arguments of type 'unsigned int  __attribute__((ext_vector_type(4))), unsigned int'
                B[i+4] = EndianSwap(tmp);
                         ^~~~~~~~~~
:723: error: no matching overload found for arguments of type 'unsigned int  __attribute__((ext_vector_type(4))), unsigned int'
                w[0] ^= rotl(w[3]     +w[2]     , 7U);
                        ^~~~
:724: error: no matching overload found for arguments of type 'unsigned int  __attribute__((ext_vector_type(4))), unsigned int'
                w[1] ^= rotl(w[0]     +w[3]     , 9U);
                        ^~~~
:725: error: no matching overload found for arguments of type 'unsigned int  __attribute__((ext_vector_type(4))), unsigned int'
                w[2] ^= rotl(w[1]     +w[0]     ,13U);
                        ^~~~
:726: error: no matching overload found for arguments of type 'unsigned int  __attribute__((ext_vector_type(4))), unsigned int'
                w[3] ^= rotl(w[2]     +w[1]     ,18U);
                        ^~~~
:727: error: no matching overload found for arguments of type 'unsigned int  __attribute__((ext_vector_type(4))), unsigned int'
                w[2] ^= rotl(w[3].wxyz+w[0].zwxy, 7U);
                        ^~~~
:728: error: no matching overload found for arguments of type 'unsigned int  __attribute__((ext_vector_type(4))), unsigned int'
                w[1] ^= rotl(w[2].wxyz+w[3].zwxy, 9U);
                        ^~~~
:729: error: no matching overload found for arguments of type 'unsigned int  __attribute__((ext_vector_type(4))), unsigned int'
                w[0] ^= rotl(w[1].wxyz+w[2].zwxy,13U);
                        ^~~~
:730: error: no matching overload found for arguments of type 'unsigned int  __attribute__((ext_vector_type(4))), unsigned int'
                w[3] ^= rotl(w[0].wxyz+w[1].zwxy,18U);
                        ^~~~
:740: error: no matching overload found for arguments of type 'unsigned int  __attribute__((ext_vector_type(4))), unsigned int'
                w[0] ^= rotl(w[3]     +w[2]     , 7U);
                        ^~~~
:741: error: no matching overload found for arguments of type 'unsigned int  __attribute__((ext_vector_type(4))), unsigned int'
                w[1] ^= rotl(w[0]     +w[3]     , 9U);
                        ^~~~
:742: error: no matching overload found for arguments of type 'unsigned int  __attribute__((ext_vector_type(4))), unsigned int'
                w[2] ^= rotl(w[1]     +w[0]     ,13U);
                        ^~~~
:743: error: no matching overload found for arguments of type 'unsigned int  __attribute__((ext_vector_type(4))), unsigned int'
                w[3] ^= rotl(w[2]     +w[1]     ,18U);
                        ^~~~
:744: error: no matching overload found for arguments of type 'unsigned int  __attribute__((ext_vector_type(4))), unsigned int'
                w[2] ^= rotl(w[3].wxyz+w[0].zwxy, 7U);
                        ^~~~
:745: error: no matching overload found for arguments of type 'unsigned int  __attribute__((ext_vector_type(4))), unsigned int'
                w[1] ^= rotl(w[2].wxyz+w[3].zwxy, 9U);
                        ^~~~
:746: error: no matching overload found for arguments of type 'unsigned int  __attribute__((ext_vector_type(4))), unsigned int'
                w[0] ^= rotl(w[1].wxyz+w[2].zwxy,13U);
                        ^~~~
:747: error: no matching overload found for arguments of type 'unsigned int  __attribute__((ext_vector_type(4))), unsigned int'
                w[3] ^= rotl(w[0].wxyz+w[1].zwxy,18U);
                        ^~~~

 [2013-04-09 16:06:03] Failed to init GPU thread 0, disabling device 0
 [2013-04-09 16:06:03] Restarting the GPU from the menu will not fix this.
 [2013-04-09 16:06:03] Try restarting cgminer.
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April 09, 2013, 09:23:35 PM
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Hi,
Please let me out of here!
I'm in bitcoins since nearly 2 years and now starting with ripples.

best regards
bcm42

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April 09, 2013, 09:48:45 PM
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disregard this.  I have posted and should be receiving help shortly
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April 09, 2013, 09:49:17 PM
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:| Ah thats why i cant post...
some people have the same problem as this one https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=171400.msg1785858#msg1785858 ? also missing LTC Sad great
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April 09, 2013, 10:11:14 PM
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I would like to be whitelisted as I'm definitely not a troll Smiley

I've recently become very interested in btc/ltc and this is by far the best place to come for info.

Recently I switched pools to a newly started LTC pool and I've had some issues but cannot post a reply to the appropriate thread.

For this reason, I'd like to be whitelisted.

I'll also continue to make posts in newbie threads - and will keep my account online.

Thanks Powers That Be!

-G
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April 09, 2013, 10:27:45 PM
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Hi,

UK-based bitcoin buyer who doesn't want to wait for a bank transfer. I'm looking to post in the Currency exchange forum ASAP to see whether I can negotiate a private bank transfer purchase (at ~mtgox +5%).

Thanks.
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April 09, 2013, 10:38:25 PM
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Whitelist request!

So this is how you post in other forums finally I found this thread. I'm looking to post in the other forums because I'm creating my own mining pool and I annoy Luke over Pm's too much Smiley I want to post in the Official Eloipool thread. I'm a regular user trying to mine and use the latest software sometimes I have issues and would love to get some help/tips.

Thanks!
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April 09, 2013, 11:05:35 PM
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https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=171778.0


Can you move this thread to the mining forum. it's not doing any good in the noob area. TIA

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BTC: 1EV7VyrgoAu7ZUkEJ9Y56hkANxn65iCRmT
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April 09, 2013, 11:17:54 PM
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I'd me very much obliged if one of the system administrators would let me out of the cage.

Thank you in advance.
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April 10, 2013, 12:57:28 AM
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Does the whitelist request actually work? I'm dying to post on the grown-up boards. Have a lot to share, promise :-)

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April 10, 2013, 01:16:35 AM
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Please let me out of here.

I'm a bitcoin trading software developer who's just finished the mtgox api, has some questions on the socketio websockets interface. 

More than anything, I just wrapped up the BTC-E API as well ,and I went to test today only to discover that getting USD into BTC-E is a ROYAL PIA!!!

I tried Bitinstant, the link doesn't work.

Setup everything at OKPay, only to find out that funding OKPay is a nightmare.

Is there some secret to funding BTC-E (using USD/EURO)?

Why don't they take bank wires?  Why does each payment company require you to use a 100 other payment companies so that when the money finally gets deposited you have $0.00.?
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April 10, 2013, 03:42:34 AM
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Hallo.  Can you let me out of the jail?  I would like to post a topic in the Economics section about exchanges and solvency.

Page the 1 stated newbies can post something that demonstrates attainment of more knowledge than an average newb.  Last week one of my college buddies sent me an email seeking information about BitCoins and whether he should buy them.  I penned this quick response which I think demonstrates this:

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Hey ***,

It's good to hear from you bud.  I'm glad everything is going well.  I think the last time we spoke you were looking for a job over in Europe?  That had to be maddening.  I've been doing alright, still living in Philadelphia and trying to save a couple dollars.

Bitcoins are finally getting attention in the mainstream media.  I heard a story on NPR this morning about them.  I'll say, their ascent to $100+ dollars has been pretty amazing, if a bit ridiculous and/or irrationally exuberant.  I'm of the opinion that these growth numbers that we have seen through 2013 are not the best thing for a few reasons, which include "Tulip Mania," viability as an alternative currency, FX stability and confidence in the currency.

It's difficult to pin this huge move higher on any single event or cause; the timing of these events leaves a lot of room for speculation.  There are a couple theories:
The Block Reward was halved - In late 2012 the reward for 'mining' a block of coins was halved from 50 to 25, or read another way, the difficulty of mining doubled.  So, all things staying the same (like the number of miners), fewer coins are being generated and it's harder to mine them.  When you hear the term 'mining' coins, it just means people running computers that are hashing huge numbers within the BitCoin distributed protocol to verify these very complex mathematical proofs that are the basis for BitCoins.  Whoever discovers the answer to the proof first is awarded BitCoins.  There are issues with this theory that are purely time based, since the reward was halved in November and the rise is occurring now.  I conjecture it's similar to the lag we see with monetary policy, where you see the effects of Fed funds rate 12-18 months later.  See: http://bitcoinmagazine.com/block-reward-halving-a-guide/
Eurozone/Capital Controls - The stories I have read lately about the rise in value all seem to point to Cyprus' citizens buying coin like crazy, but the climb to $100 started in the middle of January way before Cyprus, albeit the move higher gained much more momentum since.  Cyprus was a catalyst that sped up a process that was already in motion; specifically, the Troika's decision to float the idea that insured depositors' money could be used to fund bailing out insolvent banks and to completely disregard the traditional capital structure of a bank's liabilities.  Then followed the capital controls (ATM withdrawl limits, suspension of bank transfers) to ensure that no bank runs would ensue.  Spain, Portugal, Ireland, Italy and a host of other European countries could still potentially need 100s of billions of Euros to recapitalize the respective banking sectors.  The spectre of deposit appropriation by the state and capital controls looms on the horizon, and demand from Europe could be the source of this rise.  There are some issues with this theory: not many basic goods can be procured by paying with BitCoins, a relatively steep learning curve, convertibility issues.  Then again, people might just be buying them to protect their Euro holdings, however slow convertibility might be.  I'm curious about the Media in Europe.  An analysis of news stories and BitCoin references could prove very insightful here.
SatoshiDice/BitCoin gambling - People love to gamble.  Strangely enough, this is considered a denial of service attack on the BitCoin protocol, since it's flooding.  See: http://satoshidice.com/ and http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2013/01/bitcoin-based-gambling-to-expand-in-2013/ and http://arstechnica.com/business/2012/06/porn-gambling-and-malware-bitcoin-as-the-nets-wild-west/
Hedge Funds - Go figure.  They could be either buying them or mining them.  They have the technical know-how AND the money to setup a serious mining operation, however all mining would do is increase the difficulty of mining for everyone else. 
Hoarding - People are hoarding BitCoins and the price is being bid up.  This could end badly when one of the bigger prisoners decides to talk.
Silk Road - Anonymous marketplace on line where people can buy drugs using BitCoins.  I doubt this is the reason, since it's been known about for a pretty long time and Gawker wrote about it like 18 months ago.
I know that's a lot to digest, but there are many moving parts and virtually zero transparency or analysis in the traditional sense. 

Should I buy BitCoins right now?  I wonder the same thing but I err on the side of caution, since one would be buying on the way up.  I find it very disconcerting that there cannot be a bubble because we're talking about "BitCoin" and cryptocurrency.  There have been other crashes in the value, most notable in 2 years ago.  Since 3-3-13 there has been an increase in USD value of 263%.  Annualized, that's 3199%!  Tulip mania.  It's going to pop; getting the timing right is the hard part.

I figure there are two options: speculate with the money in BitCoins, or invest the money in mining equipment, which has recently reached new levels of productivity.  If you can stand losing the money (possibly overnight), then invest/speculate with it.  Be aware Mt Gox has limits on deposits, withdrawals per day and per month, and there have been new developments on regulation and how exchanges need to track transactions, see: http://www.techdirt.com/articles/20130325/03034522451/feds-take-step-closer-to-trying-to-regulate-bitcoin.shtml

Mining is a different story, and a new realm of equipment is starting to hit the market with incredible power.  The computational time needed these days to mine a block of coins is immense and the new specialty hardware hitting the market is amazing.  Miners first used CPUs, then moved to GPUs (high end graphics cards) and clusters of GPUs, and then to field programmable gate arrays (a long winded way of saying specialty chip boards that use very little power and can crunch numbers insanely fast) and now we are into application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs), which are engineered  and designed specifically to mine BitCoins.  They are the future of mining.  See, http://www.butterflylabs.com/.  Mining is not a free lunch.  It's requires a capital investment, power is not free, you need to cool these things, and you need a big internet pipe (for instance I don't think most consumer grade internet subscriptions would be maxed out and you'd be leaving computing power on the table), along with a bunch of other considerations, like what do you do if the custom equipment breaks.  Also, there appears to be a severe shortage of ASIC stuff right now. 

I like the mining idea better since your upfront costs are fixed and you can measure your electricity costs.  Also, it just seems way cooler than being a speculator.  You are a miner!

Below is a list of additional informative links I cobbled together:
https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=5486111     <--really good
https://medium.com/money-banking/2b5ef79482cb   <--really good
http://seekingalpha.com/instablog/7761841-patrik-korda/1616371-bitcoin-bubble-2-0   <--good
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=126739.0
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=159556.0
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=160221.0
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=44.0
http://bitcoin.clarkmoody.com/
https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Mining
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=92423.0

Hopefully that was somewhat helpful; I know it's a lot but we're out on the frontier of technology and society.  Whatever you do, take the time to learn and perform your due diligence about how everything works, from the different types of wallets you can use to store BitCoins, to the block chain, to how transactions are verified, to the different methods of buying BitCoins, etc etc etc.  It's a complicated and diverse eco-system.

Anyway breu, we gotta get up on things.

CC'd *** on this. 

Regards,

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