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October 09, 2014, 02:41:17 AM
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I predict BTC will be at $475.00 by October 30th...

$540.00 by Thanksgiving

I will take that bet, btc will not even be close to that.
 
I like your enthusiasm but you need to go to the S4 thread and read all the problems they are having. CK has confirmed it is a hardware problem and did a quick cgminer patch until Bitmain can come up with a firmware work a round which isn't really fixing the problem.

You need to consider the Prisma at 1.4 TH each much better deal and you will come closer to a ROI (noticed I said closer as there is no hardware that currently has a chance to ROI).

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October 09, 2014, 02:41:39 AM
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Why would you buy with btc not fiat if you think btc will be 2500 a coin end of next year?

This youtube version is "Highlights from the Senate Hearing on Bitcoins, Day 1."  However you can watch the full 2 hour 32 minute version as well.  I"M CONVINCED!!!

Highlights: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWPd462x_aE

2 hour 32 minute version:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=buFpCvTNqvg

AND IF THIS DOES NOT CONVINCE YOU ENOUGH ALONG WITH THE SENATE HEARING ON BITCOIN, I DON'T KNOW WHAT WILL...

https://cdn.panteracapital.com/wp-content/uploads/Bitcoin-vs-Gold.pdf

THE COUNTRIES WHO DO NOT SUPPORT BITCOIN WILL GET LEFT BEHIND...  PERIOD!!!
ok but doesn't answer the question why would you buy s4's with btc like 4 each instead of only 1250 fiat since 4 btc u believe will be 10k in like 400 days? I'm just asking im neither bullish or bearish on the matter just riding to see where it goes but if I had firm beliefs of that price point I would never spend my hard earned btc for miners that even with very small 5% diff jumps wont make back 4 btc in over a year? I would spend cash as I expect the dollar to do what the dollar does and stay worth a dollar

You make a good point, but I don't have the money at the moment to dish out in US for S4's.  I purchased what I have right now in S3's with all credit card.

I don't want to just spend money on BTC when I'm living pay check to pay check to pay check at the moment for the most part.  I have a little to put aside after pay for a rainy day.  I don't want to use my rainy day funds to buy BTC and WAIT 400 days.

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October 09, 2014, 02:42:41 AM
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I predict BTC will be at $475.00 by October 30th...

$540.00 by Thanksgiving

I will take that bet, btc will not even be close to that.
 
I like your enthusiasm but you need to go to the S4 thread and read all the problems they are having. CK has confirmed it is a hardware problem and did a quick cgminer patch until Bitmain can come up with a firmware work a round which isn't really fixing the problem.

You need to consider the Prisma at 1.4 TH each much better deal and you will come closer to a ROI (noticed I said closer as there is no hardware that currently has a chance to ROI).

Thank You very much for the heads up!!!

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October 09, 2014, 02:43:48 AM
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Why would you buy with btc not fiat if you think btc will be 2500 a coin end of next year?

I'm actually looking forward to trading BTC on BitStamp shortly...
also I missed the part where you stated Btc should be worth more and so not be over 4 ea. but still I am a holder I have thought about paying my DISH bill with it etc. but why I spent alot of money and time on my miners with the hope's that maybe I hit the MotherLode lol but if not down the road I can always look at it as a hobby and enjoyable still I would luv btc to be 2500 ea. then the couple I have obtained will be worth a lot  Wink

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October 09, 2014, 02:46:38 AM
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I predict BTC will be at $475.00 by October 30th...

$540.00 by Thanksgiving

I will take that bet, btc will not even be close to that.
 
I like your enthusiasm but you need to go to the S4 thread and read all the problems they are having. CK has confirmed it is a hardware problem and did a quick cgminer patch until Bitmain can come up with a firmware work a round which isn't really fixing the problem.

You need to consider the Prisma at 1.4 TH each much better deal and you will come closer to a ROI (noticed I said closer as there is no hardware that currently has a chance to ROI).

Thank You very much for the heads up!!!
I am buying a Prisma but once again I am waiting for batch 2 to use paypal from Asicpuppy.net as even tho at 1.47 btc it's a decent deal I would rather spend the 500+ fiat hoping for a nice rebound

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October 09, 2014, 02:47:03 AM
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WHO is the manufacturer of this "Prisma" you are talking about?  I'm NOT finding it...

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October 09, 2014, 02:48:06 AM
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Also Dmward if you do the slush's poll above it may take you from a newbie to jr account it did on mine Cheesy

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October 09, 2014, 02:49:02 AM
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WHO is the manufacturer of this "Prisma" you are talking about?  I'm NOT finding it...
Asicminer it is the second gen. Tube search Crazyguy Groupbuy in google and go to the bitcointalk thread

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October 09, 2014, 02:50:23 AM
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Also Dmward if you do the slush's poll above it may take you from a newbie to jr account it did on mine Cheesy

I've looked at how to answer the damn thing and can't find it.

Help please?

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October 09, 2014, 02:51:48 AM
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WHO is the manufacturer of this "Prisma" you are talking about?  I'm NOT finding it...

Here is GB currently going on.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=795609.0

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October 09, 2014, 02:54:42 AM
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Also Dmward if you do the slush's poll above it may take you from a newbie to jr account it did on mine Cheesy

I've looked at how to answer the damn thing and can't find it.

Help please?


Activity changes your account rank nothing else.

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October 09, 2014, 02:55:33 AM
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WHO is the manufacturer of this "Prisma" you are talking about?  I'm NOT finding it...
Asicminer it is the second gen. Tube search Crazyguy Groupbuy in google and go to the bitcointalk thread

THX

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October 09, 2014, 02:56:19 AM
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Also Dmward if you do the slush's poll above it may take you from a newbie to jr account it did on mine Cheesy

I've looked at how to answer the damn thing and can't find it.

Help please?


Activity changes your account rank nothing else.
correct but 28 to 42 takes off newbie tag

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October 09, 2014, 02:56:36 AM
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Also Dmward if you do the slush's poll above it may take you from a newbie to jr account it did on mine Cheesy

I've looked at how to answer the damn thing and can't find it.

Help please?


Activity changes your account rank nothing else.

What is considered "activity?"

I KNOW I have posted on here at least 100 times already...

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October 09, 2014, 02:57:45 AM
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Also Dmward if you do the slush's poll above it may take you from a newbie to jr account it did on mine Cheesy

I've looked at how to answer the damn thing and can't find it.

Help please?


Activity changes your account rank nothing else.

What is considered "activity?"

I KNOW I have posted on here at least 100 times already...

Sign out and sign back in to see your current activity.

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October 09, 2014, 03:02:34 AM
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Also Dmward if you do the slush's poll above it may take you from a newbie to jr account it did on mine Cheesy

I've looked at how to answer the damn thing and can't find it.

Help please?


Activity changes your account rank nothing else.

What is considered "activity?"

I KNOW I have posted on here at least 100 times already...


Sign out and sign back in to see your current activity.

I've signed in and out 3 times now and nothing changes.  I KNOW I've posted in this forum and ck.'s solo pool forum a combined total of at least 100 times and my activity stays at 28 all the time.

I don't know how to get to where I can answer that poll either.

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October 09, 2014, 03:08:41 AM
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I don't know if anyone can answer that poll anymore.  Makes me wonder if they have stopped taking answers.  I see no where to answer it.  Even on the first page.

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October 09, 2014, 03:16:03 AM
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Also Dmward if you do the slush's poll above it may take you from a newbie to jr account it did on mine Cheesy

I've looked at how to answer the damn thing and can't find it.

Help please?


Activity changes your account rank nothing else.

What is considered "activity?"

I KNOW I have posted on here at least 100 times already...


Sign out and sign back in to see your current activity.

I've signed in and out 3 times now and nothing changes.  I KNOW I've posted in this forum and ck.'s solo pool forum a combined total of at least 100 times and my activity stays at 28 all the time.

I don't know how to get to where I can answer that poll either.

This will explain it:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=237597.msg2513302#msg2513302

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October 09, 2014, 03:51:26 AM
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Also Dmward if you do the slush's poll above it may take you from a newbie to jr account it did on mine Cheesy

I've looked at how to answer the damn thing and can't find it.

Help please?


Activity changes your account rank nothing else.

What is considered "activity?"

I KNOW I have posted on here at least 100 times already...


Sign out and sign back in to see your current activity.

I've signed in and out 3 times now and nothing changes.  I KNOW I've posted in this forum and ck.'s solo pool forum a combined total of at least 100 times and my activity stays at 28 all the time.

I don't know how to get to where I can answer that poll either.

This will explain it:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=237597.msg2513302#msg2513302

I suppose I have to wait two weeks...  Still don't quite understand it, but thanks.  I'm not concerned much about "status" anyway.  

I'm an electrician, portrait artist, percussionist and a telecommunications technical trainer [pays the bills].  I teach telephone technicians how to use their meters to identify and locate troubles on wire-line NOT wire-less.  Most of my training is done for CenturyLink.  They hire me (a contractor) to come in and teach a 4-Day course on the JDSU HST-3000.  It's an $8,500.00 meter.

I used to train 40 to 45 weeks every year.  So, I was on the road a lot.  However, the economy has been sour, causing them to cut budgets.  Training budget is usually one of the first things cut in a sour economy.  Now, I'm fortunate to get 10 to 14 classes in one year.  I get paid well [$4,500.00 approx. after taxes and expense in one week.] WHEN I train.  I only get paid when I train.  It's my own business:  Telecommunications Lighthouse Incorporated.  OUR ECONOMY NEEDS A DAMN BREAK FROM ALL THESE DAMN REGULATIONS AND TAXES.  WE NEED TO GET RID OF THE DAMN IRS AS WELL AND GO TO A FAIR OR FLAT TAX!

I thought I might could bring in some extra lettuce (money) with mining and trading BTC.  Thought it is worth a try anyway.  I remember hearing Glenn Beck telling everyone to buy bit coin back in 2011.  I looked it up and thought about getting a wallet but never followed through with it.  DAMN, do I wish I listened to him.  Now, I'm DETERMINED to get to at least 20 TH/s of mining power by end of January.

I'm also a "handy man."  I have every tool imaginable for all kinds of trades.  Doesn't matter if it is tools for brick masons, wood floor nailer, table saws, jig saws, sanders, planer, all kinds of drills (big and small), plumbing tools, over $4,500.00 worth of scaffolding [I've put new windows and siding on the front and both sides of the house.  All I have remaining is the back of the house now.], I've gutted all 3 baths and installed new toilets, vanities, vanity tops, sinks, faucets, shower heads, tile, towel rods, etc...  I've put down 1,600 square feet of brazilian rosewood and approximately 1,200 square feet of tile.  All new lighting inside and outside of the house as well.  I've been doing a LOT to the house.  I need to finish it!  

Just a jack of many trades.  NOT ALL!  Now I'm trying to learn the BTC "trade."   LOL  (mining, etc...)

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October 09, 2014, 03:57:23 AM
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Difficulty Update:

Bitcoin Difficulty:   34,661,425,924
Estimated Next Difficulty:   35,143,689,543 (+1.39%)
Adjust time:   After 88 Blocks, About 14.2 hours
Hashrate(?):   249,069,104 GH/s
Block Generation Time(?):   
1 block: 9.7 minutes
3 blocks: 28.9 minutes
6 blocks: 57.9 minutes
Updated:   22:54 (3.0 minutes ago)

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