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July 31, 2013, 09:38:43 PM
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Hey,

if there's someone, who's mining (or can mine) more than 1 GH/s, can you send me a PM, please?

Thank You!
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August 01, 2013, 03:43:12 AM
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whats the purpose of someone with such a hashrate contacting you via pm? Why not just explain out here in public

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August 01, 2013, 03:45:37 AM
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Yes, 1 BTC a day and I will put it on any Sha-256 coin you pick...

Who doesn't have 1 gh/s sha?  This is altcoin.. 1 gh/s is meaningful with scrypt.

Obviously a joke but I will delete it to avoid confusion. lol
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August 01, 2013, 11:08:31 AM
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Yes, 1 BTC a day and I will put it on any Sha-256 coin you pick...

Who doesn't have 1 gh/s sha?  This is altcoin.. 1 gh/s is meaningful with scrypt.

Obviously a joke but I will delete it to avoid confusion. lol

I meant 1 GH/s Bitcoin, but for altcoin purposes...
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August 01, 2013, 02:09:07 PM
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Yes, 1 BTC a day and I will put it on any Sha-256 coin you pick...

Who doesn't have 1 gh/s sha?  This is altcoin.. 1 gh/s is meaningful with scrypt.

Obviously a joke but I will delete it to avoid confusion. lol

I meant 1 GH/s Bitcoin, but for altcoin purposes...
How about you explain those purposes?
Tell us why you need a Private Message from someone with >1GH? why not just post the info in the thread?

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August 01, 2013, 02:59:59 PM
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I meant 1 GH/s Bitcoin, but for altcoin purposes...


If you're meaning to apply it to Scrypt, you mean 1-1.2 m/hs

If you mean any SHA256, that's really lame these days.

Actually 1 m/hs scrypt or 1 g/hs SHA256 is basically barely breathing.


~BCX~

I wouldn't necessarily say that... I only have 1.2 mh/s, and profitability wise, I'm still making $500-$1000/mo between hashing and trading (only trading what I've mined, not using additional funds). If you jump on the right coins at the right time, there's still money to be made. Not enough to live off of, but a decent chunk to play around with in the exchanges. That being said, I'm still looking to grab a few more GPUs and build 1 or 2 more rigs (or buy asics... haven't decided yet).

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August 01, 2013, 08:16:16 PM
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Thats clearly an advertisement.
So no, Im not going to aim my hashrate "at your pool" when responds with what appears to be a CopyPasta advertisement, The pool even uses a refferal system  Roll Eyes

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