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November 14, 2017, 07:56:49 PM
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Hello, well i know some people who was working last few years on developing useful software for people for free etc

and total pcs using those software are like 10k or a little more. (each pc can make more than 1$ daily with full power)

so i got this idea

What if we updated those softwares to use 5% from the pc power to mine btc (silent mine) but we will put this on terms and agreement on the software so we are legal   Roll Eyes

so imagine 10k pc mine daily for us i mean my main goal is just 5 cent per day from each pc and it's not big deal so it's 500$ daily total

I have good exp with programming but not much exp with mining staff

so i wonder if my idea is possible or there are troubles gonna happen or what ?
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November 14, 2017, 08:40:27 PM
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a. for a start only altcoins can be mined using a PC. This area is BITCOIN only. Contrary to what the myriad of apparently clueless altcoin miners think, Bitcoin is NOT a general term for all crypto coins. BTC is a specific coin with very specific hardware needs and we outgrew CPU/GPU's years ago. Yes the altcoins mined can be exchanged for BTC but that does not support the BTC blockchain by processing transactions. It is NOT the same as actually mining BTC which does process our transactions and support the BTC blockchain.

b. you are talking software/services - that is not here.

c. re: points a & b - learn to post in the correct areas where folks actually care about what you offer.

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November 14, 2017, 10:04:05 PM
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a. for a start only altcoins can be mined using a PC. This area is BITCOIN only. Contrary to what the myriad of apparently clueless altcoin miners think, Bitcoin is NOT a general term for all crypto coins. BTC is a specific coin with very specific hardware needs and we outgrew CPU/GPU's years ago. Yes the altcoins mined can be exchanged for BTC but that does not support the BTC blockchain by processing transactions. It is NOT the same as actually mining BTC which does process our transactions and support the BTC blockchain.

b. you are talking software/services - that is not here.

c. re: points a & b - learn to post in the correct areas where folks actually care about what you offer.

thanks boss, someone moved it thanks 2
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