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July 05, 2011, 06:31:44 AM
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I didn't want to wait....and also i think this method only supports spam, the "Newbies" are spamming in this Board to become the privilege to write in the other forums
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July 05, 2011, 06:43:58 AM
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I've been interested in Bitcoins for a while and I've been following their development. I haven't really had much time to put into discussion on them, but I recently made a post in the newbie forum for an idea that's been floating around in my head. I don't really think it targets the proper audience here and feel it might be more appropriate in the Development forum. I suppose (since everyone else is saying it) I should point out that I am not a spammer (not that that should be a reason to let me out of the newbie section)

Like what I have to say? Donate to me! haha like anyone would do that... what the hell here's my address anyway: 1JRL3z5aUR7CWMENmy5kfb4WP2sM3nv8Lg
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July 05, 2011, 08:41:54 AM
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Please whitelist me. I have a bitcoin mining tutorial I want some feedback on. Thanks!

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July 05, 2011, 02:30:18 PM
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Requesting for a Whitelist.

My only great credential are through my trades from Reddit.

Edit by Maged:
Could you link some of those trades?
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July 05, 2011, 02:39:22 PM
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I wanted to post in the Britcoin thread (Project Development > UK exchange: Britcoin) to ask if their recent site refresh could be causing a delay in sending BTC to my wallet.

I'm experiencing >24h with the transaction marked as 'Verifying', whereas my previous few transactions were sent within an hour or two.

If I post in there, someone else may be able to respond as they may know the answer. If I don't, I'll need to send an email to the site admin, and I don't want to waste their time asking questions that others could answer for me here.

Oh, and I love Bitcoin, I'll stick around to contribute to the forums after I get a response!

Pretty please...
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July 05, 2011, 04:13:13 PM
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I would like to be whitelisted as well. I have to ask about setting up mining. I get errors:
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "./phoenix.py", line 123, in <module>
    miner.start(options)
  File "phoenix-1.50/Miner.py", line 75, in start
    self.kernel = self.options.makeKernel(KernelInterface(self))
  File "./phoenix.py", line 112, in makeKernel
    self.kernel = kernelModule.MiningKernel(requester)
  File "kernels/poclbm/__init__.py", line 132, in __init__
    platforms = cl.get_platforms()
pyopencl.LogicError: clGetPlatformIDs failed: invalid/unknown error code


You will need to install the APP SDK, get it here:
http://developer.amd.com/sdks/AMDAPPSDK/Pages/default.aspx

Thanks 1MLyg5WVFSMifFjkrZiyGW2nw (please don't expect me to pronounce that)

It's (supposed to be) a bitcoin address - I don't have a name  Tongue

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Tried it your way and it didn't like -u.  I also tried --u, -user, --user, -u=, --user=....well, you get the idea.  "no such option:"

does your user name or password contain "special" characters?
like <, >, &, |, \, $, #, ", '

if yes, put a \ in front of each such character, or the whole thing in single (') quotes

oops, username was cut off
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July 05, 2011, 05:03:24 PM
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Ya know, I don't think it does any good to ask to be white-listed.

You just need to make five posts and serve your time.
Then you can go do the crime.  It's only fair Grin
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July 05, 2011, 05:09:11 PM
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Request to be white-listed. I lurked quite a bit as a guest on the forum before joining, have written about Bitcoin on my blog and am doing research on Bitcoin. I'd like to be able to re-post my Bitcoin Usage Survey in the main forum to alert people about it and increase my sample size, thus increasing the quality of the results.

I'd also like to explore the marketplace and offer some services.

Thanks for your consideration.

Please take my Bitcoin user survey for Academic Research:  *Link Removed*
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July 05, 2011, 05:11:13 PM
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Request to be whitelisted...

Bitcoin has lots of potential, and provides lots of opportunities. I need to read up on the technical details because I worry about an organization like the NSA being able to attack the currency, although I think this is at least in theory protected against because the network is supposed to be protected by all the peers and they're ability to verify the blockchain.
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July 05, 2011, 05:14:02 PM
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BTW, isn't this 5-post threshold a bit ad-hoc for spam prevention, CAPTCHA anyone? Although I suppose this helps keep out the trolls as well Wink
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July 05, 2011, 06:28:17 PM
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Wanna get out of here  Wink

Take a look at http://custom.simplemachines.org/mods/index.php?mod=1044

say thanks to 1KqrLfc8dksh5WTpAnf5cczLt6P8HEW25o
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July 05, 2011, 07:58:26 PM
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Request to be white listed.

I would like to learn and contribute in the other sections. I deal in virtual currency (runescape gold) and would like to get the community to move toward BTC. Thanks,
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July 05, 2011, 08:50:01 PM
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I request to be whitelisted. I'm interested in posting in the political sub forum, but this internet censorship is curbing that.

I have excellent grammatical skills, and I've got credentials in social science that would be of good use in a political discussion board on a newish forum looking to grow its member base. Let me in, and I'll give you some political dissections that will leave you hot and bothered.
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July 05, 2011, 09:00:13 PM
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Request Whitelist.

I'm requesting the whitelist because I'm being asked to provide logs about FooDSt4mP in the thread he started yesterday. They are irc logs from #bitcoin- channels in freenode, that show FooDSt4mP making various claims. In short, I have helpful information to contribute to that thread in particular.

However, I also want to be able to interact on the forums in general, and I read many threads here, usually when I see links in irc.

I only ask for the whitelist because the information I have might be timely. I don't have a horse in the race either way (I haven't done trades with FooDSt4mP, nor with any who have a problem with him, nor do I really know any of those who have a problem with him who are commenting in the thread). I only have some content to offer. so if you can even provide a limited whitelist for that one thread only, that's fine, I will take my time and earn my rights in the rest of the forum.

If you deny this request, so be it, and no problem. but I hope you grant it.

Thanks and have a nice day.

put your bitcoin in me  1GB3wq3G2YtNyJLgkeQWpnfWcD9diVyt46
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July 05, 2011, 11:18:30 PM
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I am requesting whitelist to participate in this thread on mesh networking.
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July 05, 2011, 11:31:35 PM
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So we have to prove we have Bitcoin mojo then?

Here goes:

I'm currently running 2 mining rigs (~2500 MH/s) comprised of the following:

- 5 Sapphire HD5830 radeon cards. Settings (core @ 875 Mhz, Memory @ 300 Mhz, Volage @ 1.125 V)
- I'm running linuxcoin v.2a. I use phoenix 1.48 -k phatk and mine about 1.7 BTC a day.
- I use Deepbit's pool because the variance is greater than 20 days for me. Darn that difficulty!
- 1 GB RAM
- AMD Sempron 140. Don't need more cores unless you use Windows. An apparent OpenCL bug in the driver affects each core in a windows set-up. This can be fixed by setting the affinity to the first core, as each card seems to max the CPU core.
- A Gigabyte GA-770T USB3 (4 PCIe x1 + 1 PCIe x16 expansion slots)
- 2 x 650 W PSU's with grounds tied together. The 12V rails are tied together on one, but refused to play nicely on the other. My one GPU hit almost 127 C before it shut down. Yikes, toasty hot.
- 5 PCIe x1 flexible ribbon cable riser cards. These serve 2 purposes. To fan out the cards and keep them cooler, and also to reach all of the PCIe expansion slots, as the cards overlap adjacent connectors. I could have used a x1 to x16 riser card, but they were a little more expensive. Shoulda done it. It's a hassle to grind the connectors down.
- I had to cut slots in the female end of the riser cards connector so I could connect the x16 interface of the GPU cards to the x1 interface on the motherboard
- I'm aware of the PCIe x1 interface multi protocol issue (x1, x4, x8, x16). Some mobo's need A1 to be shorted to B17 on the connector for the communication to negotiate correctly. I just shorted B17 to B16 together because they share the same potential.
- Windows operating systems have better overclocking tools than Linux (MSI Afterburner, Trixx). They also have better miner GUI tools. Linux has more flexibility, and is slightly cheaper. It's a tradeoff.
- I've read read Satoshi Nakamoto's P2P crypto currency whitepaper. Very creative.
- My laymans version of what bitcoin is: It's like gold without the physical intrinsic nature of the gold itself.
- I'm aware that the Mt. Gox hack had nothing to do with the bitcoin protocol being compromised despite what the yellow journalistic pundits said to the contrary.

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July 06, 2011, 12:57:29 AM
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just trying to talk to my pool finally got my rig running right and wanted to ask some tuning questions.  please whitelist me.
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July 06, 2011, 01:14:51 AM
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Hi, I have an idea for a bitcoin use that I was hoping to load to the project development section, or where ever you may think it's best located.

Here's my idea and what I was hoping to post:-

Use Bitcoins During Login to Make Brute Force Attack Expensive to the Hacker.

The use of bitcoins during a login process could be used to make life more difficult for hackers that use a brute force attack to access an online account. Here are my initial thoughts on how it could be implemented.

User signs up for an account in the usual way, eg user name, password etc, but is also asked for a bitcoin address.

When the user comes to log in to their account the user gives name and password as usual. They are then asked to deposit X bitcoins to an address of the website provider.

User name and password are then verified, along with verification that the requested deposit has been made.

If user name or password are invalid or the deposit has not been made, the user is denyed access.

If the user name is valid the deposited bitcoins are returned to the registered users registered bitcoin address. If not, the bitcoins stay with the website owner.

What a valid user would see is that they pay out X bitcoins but immediately get them returned. If someone is trying to get into their account, they would see a nice little bitcoin bonus being paid to them everytime the hacker tries a new password.

This method would cost a hacker everytime they attempted to break in, thereby detering brute force attacks on websites, with no prospect of ever getting the bitcoins back.

Depending on the sensitivity of the account being protected, could determine the size of the bitcoin deposit to be made each time.

I realise there may be problems with this method, the main one I can think of is the time delay between sending the bitcoins for login and getting a confirmation that allows access.

Anyone wanting to develop a service around this idea, feel free, I'm putting this idea out there to help encourage the use of bitcoins.



Hope this meets with approval.
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July 06, 2011, 01:30:34 AM
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I have never posted on a forum before, so I'm not sure if that immediately disqualifies me from being whitelisted.

My reason for creating this account: I was reading a (sarcastic) post on the economics forum discussing how we should move from a free market to a "fair" market.  One of the replies to the post stated that the author remembered a wonderful story in which beautiful people were forced to wear masks (among other burdens) to equalize everyone in society.  He said that he couldn't remember the name of the story.  The story (I assume) he is recalling is one of my favorites.  The post I was planning to write in response is below:

"The year was 2081, and everybody was finally equal.  They weren't only equal before God and the law.  They were equal every which way.  Nobody was smarter than anybody else.  Nobody was better looking than anybody else.  Nobody was stronger or quicker than anybody else.  All this equality was due to the 211th, 212th, and 213th Amendments to the Constitution, and to the unceasing vigilance of agents of the United States Handicapper General..."
-"Harrison Bergeron" in Welcome to the Monkeyhouse, by Kurt Vonnegut

A great read for one and all!

End post.

As far as bitcoin is concerned, I do not own any (other than a freebie from the faucet).  I have been reading about it quite extensively and am planning to invest if the price falls.  However, I am more interested in the social and economic implications of the cryptocurrency concept rather than the woes and triumphs of bitcoin itself.  I have read the white paper (by Nakamoto), and understand the concept behind it but not the technical implementation (I know C++ but have no experience with computer networking and large projects in general).  My greatest concern is with the 10 minute block verification time (could affect point of purchase transactions) as well as the scalability of the system.  I would estimate I've spent about 20 hours reading about bitcoin over the past two weeks.  I primarily want this account to make the above post, but might make future posts if I feel I have something to contribute or need clarification on a topic I cannot find an answer to.
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July 06, 2011, 03:22:49 AM
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I would like to request to be whitelisted.

I'm excited to contribute to the other areas of the forum. I recently came across the Bitcoin Forum last week and have been reading everyday since then. Today I decided to join and am happy I did. I'm excited to contribute on the technical analysis of Bitcoins.  Smiley
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