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March 27, 2014, 05:39:38 AM
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Just a reminder, ROI is Return On Investment. It does not mean Profit or Break Even. Your Return On Investment can be less than your original investment.

I don't get it. If you're not planning to profit from mining what's the draw? Difficulty would have to do an about face to make your mining equipment even hold value and the makers are pumping out more each day undermining it's value. If you're looking strictly for BTC to go up to get ahead, stop buying mining equipment and start buying BTC.

Asics is disruptive technology.  Scrypt-N based coins such as vert coin are asic resistant so makers can't increase the difficulty so quickly.
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March 27, 2014, 06:21:42 AM
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Just a reminder, ROI is Return On Investment. It does not mean Profit or Break Even. Your Return On Investment can be less than your original investment.

I don't get it. If you're not planning to profit from mining what's the draw? Difficulty would have to do an about face to make your mining equipment even hold value and the makers are pumping out more each day undermining it's value. If you're looking strictly for BTC to go up to get ahead, stop buying mining equipment and start buying BTC.

Asics is disruptive technology.  Scrypt-N based coins such as vert coin are asic resistant so makers can't increase the difficulty so quickly.


wow! is this really your first post since you registered here in the middle of 2011?

https://www.buytrezor.com?a=55c37b866c11   well sir, I like it!
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March 27, 2014, 06:22:00 AM
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13+ hours for the round... ugg!!!  Angry  Sad  These super long rounds are killing me!!!  Cry


sounds like you kids have got it easy nowadays, now back in the day it wasnt anything till a day had gone past :p
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Its just like mining gold I guess... you have to spend money on mining equipment  
You know the people who made most money were commonly the providers of equipment, housing and food.   The exchanges and similar probably do the easiest margins

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March 27, 2014, 07:23:22 AM
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Right.  I get it.  It's cool and trendy now to put a captcha on your login page 

Slush, what's the point, half the time I have to enter the captcha twice or three times because of bullshit characters

There's times when you actually need something and times when you implement bullshit policies because it's just "what everyone else is doing"

I'm near the point of jumping pools that doesn't have a bullshit captcha to simply log in to their website

Hardly anyone speaks English on this forum.
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March 27, 2014, 09:55:12 AM
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it's been more than 30 min, and Slush block #21877 is still 'Processing...' (however the reward is already accounted for on the Account page)... Huh
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March 27, 2014, 12:12:21 PM
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it's been more than 30 min, and Slush block #21877 is still 'Processing...' (however the reward is already accounted for on the Account page)... Huh

Happens sometimes, nothing to worry about.
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March 27, 2014, 02:08:17 PM
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My account information didn't update my rewards for the one block that is stuck on processing. Doesnt show any type of payment for it. Hope it gets resolved...
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March 27, 2014, 04:50:05 PM
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My account information didn't update my rewards for the one block that is stuck on processing. Doesnt show any type of payment for it. Hope it gets resolved...
It always does, and it has.

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March 27, 2014, 04:56:52 PM
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Кидалы, майнил сутки  с 400 GH  начислили копейки..... 0.008
Позорники на копейках наживаются....надеюсь ты разбогатеешь и купишь себе совесть...подонок
Внимание для русскоязычных - пул кидает !!!
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March 27, 2014, 05:14:31 PM
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Внимание для русскоязычных - пул кидает !!!
Пул не кидает. Читать побольше надо как он работает. Чтобы правильно оценить етот пул нужно более несколько суток майнить - на неделю

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March 27, 2014, 05:17:59 PM
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Кидалы, майнил сутки  с 400 GH  начислили копейки..... 0.008
Позорники на копейках наживаются....надеюсь ты разбогатеешь и купишь себе совесть...подонок
Внимание для русскоязычных - пул кидает !!!


You are complaining that pool didn't pay out as expected because it took 14 hours to solve a block?   You should join a bigger pool if you want less randomness in rewards.
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March 27, 2014, 06:07:02 PM
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Кидалы, майнил сутки  с 400 GH  начислили копейки..... 0.008
Позорники на копейках наживаются....надеюсь ты разбогатеешь и купишь себе совесть...подонок
Внимание для русскоязычных - пул кидает !!!


That's easy for you to say.

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March 27, 2014, 09:31:09 PM
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Внимание для русскоязычных - пул кидает !!!
Пул не кидает. Читать побольше надо как он работает. Чтобы правильно оценить етот пул нужно более несколько суток майнить - на неделю

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March 27, 2014, 11:07:21 PM
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Hey Peeps... So, as the indicator over there says, I am a noob... so... noob question time. The exchange rate for btc has dropped over $100 in the past week. it was up around $614. I know it fluctuates, but can you all help me understand what causes it to fluctuate? As all the IRS regulations about BTC affected it much?

Oh and screw the IRS... btw...

Thanks in advance!
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March 27, 2014, 11:36:29 PM
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Hey Peeps... So, as the indicator over there says, I am a noob... so... noob question time. The exchange rate for btc has dropped over $100 in the past week. it was up around $614. I know it fluctuates, but can you all help me understand what causes it to fluctuate? As all the IRS regulations about BTC affected it much?

Oh and screw the IRS... btw...

Thanks in advance!

It always fluctuates.  Eventually it gets low enough that people buy it up.  Then it rises.  Until it gets to the point that the folks who bought it want to sell it.  Then it goes back down.

Rinse and repeat.

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March 28, 2014, 12:10:47 AM
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If you watch the chats on the exchanges they love to see it move on news. Speculation plays a big part in it's price. Today it was China. Traders make money on movement and their actions can have a significant influence on the price since only a percentage of the currency sits on the exchanges.
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March 28, 2014, 01:42:48 AM
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So I have checked my router internet bandwidth usage and with my 6 miners running there is not much traffic... maybe 20-30kbp/s.

My router is upstairs and it connects into an IP over Power adapter which goes into my basement and connects to the matched box in another power outlet. The ethernet connection then goes into a linksys 24 port 10/100 switch which all of my miners connect to.

I continue to see the miners perform under their baseline rated hash rates (8GH/s each). I know that the workers screen averages over 10 rounds but they are always dropping down to 4-5GH/s. When I log into the miners GUI they all say they are running at 8-11GH/s... But the rewards reflect the 4-5GH/s and not what the miner says...

Based on the low bandwidth usage I didnt think that was an issue but wanted to check and see what you all thought... Any ideas why I might be seeing such a difference?

I am using BTC Garden Miners that are rated for 8GH/s...

Thanks in advance.
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March 28, 2014, 01:46:49 AM
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So I have checked my router internet bandwidth usage and with my 6 miners running there is not much traffic... maybe 20-30kbp/s.

My router is upstairs and it connects into an IP over Power adapter which goes into my basement and connects to the matched box in another power outlet. The ethernet connection then goes into a linksys 24 port 10/100 switch which all of my miners connect to.

I continue to see the miners perform under their baseline rated hash rates (8GH/s each). I know that the workers screen averages over 10 rounds but they are always dropping down to 4-5GH/s. When I log into the miners GUI they all say they are running at 8-11GH/s... But the rewards reflect the 4-5GH/s and not what the miner says...

Based on the low bandwidth usage I didnt think that was an issue but wanted to check and see what you all thought... Any ideas why I might be seeing such a difference?

I am using BTC Garden Miners that are rated for 8GH/s...

Thanks in advance.

I would blame your IP over Power connection.  I used them once, and when it worked, it was okay, but the latency was bad. 

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March 28, 2014, 02:14:44 AM
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Hey Peeps... So, as the indicator over there says, I am a noob... so... noob question time. The exchange rate for btc has dropped over $100 in the past week. it was up around $614. I know it fluctuates, but can you all help me understand what causes it to fluctuate? As all the IRS regulations about BTC affected it much?

Oh and screw the IRS... btw...

Thanks in advance!


 too bad you weren't around 2 years ago when BTC/USD rate dropped from $10.00 to $7.00. OUCH, that was a bad hit.

https://www.buytrezor.com?a=55c37b866c11   well sir, I like it!
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March 28, 2014, 02:20:21 AM
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Just a reminder, ROI is Return On Investment. It does not mean Profit or Break Even. Your Return On Investment can be less than your original investment.

I don't get it. If you're not planning to profit from mining what's the draw? Difficulty would have to do an about face to make your mining equipment even hold value and the makers are pumping out more each day undermining it's value. If you're looking strictly for BTC to go up to get ahead, stop buying mining equipment and start buying BTC.

Asics is disruptive technology.  Scrypt-N based coins such as vert coin are asic resistant so makers can't increase the difficulty so quickly.


wow! is this really your first post since you registered here in the middle of 2011?

Yup... been lurking for awhile ... at the time I signed up... couldn't save enough money to get a miner.  It took a bit of research to get a miner based on my budget.  Now that I got one, I feel I can run with the wolves now.  Personally I like this pool.  All the other pools are so clean, cold and impersonal.  This particular pool has character.
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