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April 29, 2013, 04:15:08 AM
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Hello mga kababayan ko,

I've setup a bitcoin forum site para sa ating mga pinoy.

punta kayo sa http://pinoybitcointalk.org and hope magkasama sama tayo dun Smiley


Ayus itong initiative, kabayan! Alam kong nag-uumpisa pa lang ito. Pero pakiusap po na gumamit na agad ng SSL, at least, at seryosohin ang security para sa website.

salamat kabayan. cge gagawin nating SSL para mas secure and site. hope to see you all there  Smiley

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April 29, 2013, 06:31:32 AM
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Anyone interested in a group buy for Yubikeys? gagawin ko na lang sa pinoy forum, if ever. I plan on ordering maybe 1000 yubikeys, from yubico. So meron bulk discount. These will not be compatible with Mt. Gox, but you can use it for anything else.

In the mean time, yung mga interesado sa asic chips, bumili na kayo sa thread ko.

looks interesting kabayan. I suggest gawa kadin ng thread mo doon sa http://www.pinoybitcointalk.org/ under marketplace cguro and kung pwede paki explain na din samin yun main purpose and advantages nun Smiley

@MadSweeney - cguro pati ikaw kabayan, gawa ka din ng thread mo doon sa site under marketplace cguro. paki explain din yung exact mechanics ng operation mo para sa mga kababayan nating hindi pa aware sa begosyong ito.

naka order na din ako ng SSL and maybe tomorow secure site na ang http://www.pinoybitcointalk.org/.

hope to see you all there guys  Smiley

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April 29, 2013, 07:13:07 PM
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update po mga kabayan,

Secure site na ang https://www.pinoybitcointalk.org/ kaya safe na mag kalakalan doon about bitcoins Smiley

And btw, aside sa mga relevant contents, marami pakong balak ilagay na mga features doon like putting up a live "ticker" about the current bitcoin exchange rate (BTC/USD) and since Im mining also, I have plans to put up a mining pool soon.

so inaanyayahan ko kayo mag start na ng mga discussions nyo doon about bitcoin at para na din makatulong tayo sa iba pa nating mga kababayan maging aware sila sa bitcoins.

kita kita nalang tayo doon  Wink

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May 02, 2013, 04:42:09 AM
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Count me in sir dabs. Looking forward to make an investment on mining.

The group buy has started. One fellow pinoy has already ordered 240 chips. We need to reach maybe 1000 or 2000 chips then the other countries will start contributing towards the 10,000.

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May 02, 2013, 03:20:17 PM
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2. These chips do 282 mh/s (mega hash per second) each.


kabayan, personal comment ko lang ha... paki correct ako kung mali.

so kung 282mh/s lang ang kayang minahin ng isang chip eh hindi ba mas makabubuti na bumili nalang ng isang Radeon 5850 na kayang mag mina ng more or less 346 mh/s.

Ito ay sa akin lang namang palagay. mas risky ang group buy kasi bukod sa chips palang ang bibilihin mo (raw material).. problema mo pa ang assembly.

So what if may defect sa chips? and what if palpak yung nag assemble? So theres really no guarantee.

again, ito ay sa palagay ko lang naman din. parang mas ok pa ang bumili nalang ng graphics card kasi maraming pwedeng magkabit ng graphics card sa mga PC shop at ready to mine pa sya.

tama ba ang assumptions ko?

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May 03, 2013, 12:42:38 AM
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Mga kapatid...

Saan makabili ng pci-e extender cables sa Pinas? I currently have an unused pci-e slot on my mobo but it's being covered by the currently installed card; hence my need for an extender to free up space.

I've seen them sold on cablesaurus but don't know if they can be found locally.  Undecided

ang pci cable po ay mdalas k mkakabili s japan or china merun po nag titinda nyan s online balak mo mag dagdag ng grapics cards nuh  wla siguro s pinas nyan ksi ako d2 nag hanap n d2 s thailand wla
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May 03, 2013, 02:37:30 AM
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2. These chips do 282 mh/s (mega hash per second) each.


kabayan, personal comment ko lang ha... paki correct ako kung mali.

so kung 282mh/s lang ang kayang minahin ng isang chip eh hindi ba mas makabubuti na bumili nalang ng isang Radeon 5850 na kayang mag mina ng more or less 346 mh/s.

Ito ay sa akin lang namang palagay. mas risky ang group buy kasi bukod sa chips palang ang bibilihin mo (raw material).. problema mo pa ang assembly.

So what if may defect sa chips? and what if palpak yung nag assemble? So theres really no guarantee.

again, ito ay sa palagay ko lang naman din. parang mas ok pa ang bumili nalang ng graphics card kasi maraming pwedeng magkabit ng graphics card sa mga PC shop at ready to mine pa sya.

tama ba ang assumptions ko?


Mas magastos yung video card sa kuryente. Chips do the same work for less power. Also most likely the chips will be assembled in quantities of 10 or more per working miner. So we are looking at maybe 2 to 3 GIGAHASH per unit.

Also, compare the price of the video card to the price of the chips. You can also estimate the cost of assembly and the finished product.

Example, I got 20 chips, that will cost 1.72 BTC. The assembly by Burnin for this is 100 EURO. Convert all of that to pesos and we are looking at PHP 14,000.00 for a miner that does 5 to 6 GH/s.

Pero tama ka na medyo meron risk din sa completed working units. Pero pag pumasok na lahat itong chips, hindi ka rin makaka mine with your video card.

Chips will be tested before delivery to us. Yung pag assemble, eh, that's a risk we take. While there is no guarantee, just do the research sa mga open source projects regarding these chips. Marami. Meron nasa Germany, meron nasa Thailand, meron nasa Indonesia.

Malamang, madali ito copyahin ng mga pinoy pag meron na working unit.

Ako, nag pagawa na rin kay Burnin sa Germany. Pag dating dito sa Pilipinas, pwede ko ipakita sa mga engineers natin dito.

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May 03, 2013, 04:58:14 AM
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Mas magastos yung video card sa kuryente. Chips do the same work for less power. Also most likely the chips will be assembled in quantities of 10 or more per working miner. So we are looking at maybe 2 to 3 GIGAHASH per unit.


I see. And if thats the case, eh malayo nga ang deperensya.

At walang duda, pag nakapag-asembol kana ng working miner, madali na makokopya yan jan sa pinas... pinoy pa!


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May 03, 2013, 06:00:30 AM
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Mas magastos yung video card sa kuryente. Chips do the same work for less power. Also most likely the chips will be assembled in quantities of 10 or more per working miner. So we are looking at maybe 2 to 3 GIGAHASH per unit.


I see. And if thats the case, eh malayo nga ang deperensya.

At walang duda, pag nakapag-asembol kana ng working miner, madali na makokopya yan jan sa pinas... pinoy pa!



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May 07, 2013, 11:54:57 PM
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hi mga kabayan meron bang mining pools sa pinas? Smiley

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May 09, 2013, 09:35:41 PM
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any one na may extrang pcie riser?
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May 09, 2013, 09:48:28 PM
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Hey mga kababayan, I'm interested to mine litecoins and other alts saan makabili ng preconfigured miner dito sa Pilipinas?
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May 10, 2013, 06:24:28 PM
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Hey mga kababayan, I'm interested to mine litecoins and other alts saan makabili ng preconfigured miner dito sa Pilipinas?

pre configured miner? for litecoins? mukhang wala pako naririnig na tungkol jan other than ASIC (which is a pre-configured miner for bitcoins btw).

So ang best bet mo parin for mining litecoins kabayan is "GPU mining rig" parin.

btw, I'm using GUIMiner for litecoin mining.

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May 10, 2013, 06:29:55 PM
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hi mga kabayan meron bang mining pools sa pinas? Smiley

wala pa. pero I'm sure pag sikat na siakt na ang crypto-currency, marami na magsusulputan nyan satin.

actually, inaaral ko na nga ang mga relevant codes eh dahil I'm planning to put up one also hopefully in the near future Smiley

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May 17, 2013, 01:34:15 PM
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Hi mga boss/sir Dabbs. gusto ko po sana mag mina ng bitcoin, ngunit di ko po nakikitang magiging feasible pa ang GPU mining in the near future. FPGA mining will soon follow. ASIC will be the next generation mining. sa BFL ang hirap magintay. by the time dumating, baka may bago nanamang technology. so mga sir, pwede po ba ako makijoin sa group buy ng ASIC chips kahit wala akong bitcoin?

magkano po ba ang minimum order quantity? pano po preferred transaction mga sir? how much per chip?

sorry kung mejo low grade questions mga tinatanong ko. Gusto ko po sana mag intay sa BFL, pero waiting means volatility in prices.

sana po matulungan niyo ako. "ayaw ko po manloko, ayaw ko po kasi niloloko, gusto ko lang po ng sideline na marangal na walang nahahassle." sorry straight to the point.

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May 18, 2013, 07:27:13 AM
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Hello Bakal, panigurado ASIC ang magiging future ng Bitcoin mining pero kung ako sayo, gamitin mo na lang yung pera mo para bumili ng bitcoins at may buy and sell ka sa MtGox or BitStamp. Mas kikita ka pa doon kaysa sa bumili ka ng BFL ASIC na hindi mo alam kung kailan mo ba kaagang makukuha, baka pag nakuha mo na, mataas na ang difficulty at matagalan ka bago makuha ang investment mo.

Ako ngayon sa MtGox nakikipagsapalaran. Halimbawa ngayon, around $123 kada bitcoin ang presyo, at may 2 bitcoin ako. Kung papalo ng $125 kada bitcoin, ibebenta ko yung 2 bitcoin ko. Kapag bumaba naman ng $122 or $122.5, bibili ulit ako. Sa ganun lang kikita ka na ng around 0.04+ bitcoins. O diba sa ganun lang nakakapag parami ka na ng bitcoins? Kaysa hintayin mo pa mag ka ASIC na pagkatagal tagal.

Kung may balak kang makakuha ng ASIC, dapag maaga para hindi pa mataas ang difficulty. Kung medyo late ka nang nakakuha at mataas na ang difficulty, magiging mababa na ang kikitain mo sa pag mimina. Ang mga panalo sa nagmimina gamit ang ASIC ay yung maaagang nagkaroon at nakapagmina.

Tungkol naman sa chips na balak nilang bilihin ng bultuhan, chips pa lang yan at hindi pa pwede ipang mina yan. Kakailanganin pa nyan ng ekspertong ECE, CoE or EE graduate na bubuuhin yan. Tapos wala pang software yan, iba pa gagawa noon. In short, may katagalan pa yan bago mabuo lalo na kung wala pang mga expertong nakukuha.

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May 18, 2013, 09:42:35 AM
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tama si hashkey, bakal. may inorder na din akong miner sa bfl so habang waiting, trading muna diskarte ko. sa btce naman ako kasi marami akong naririnig na negative sa mtgox like freezing of accounts and withdrawal probs. unlike sa btce, smooth sailing so far. Smiley

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tama si hashkey, bakal. may inorder na din akong miner sa bfl so habang waiting, trading muna diskarte ko. sa btce naman ako kasi marami akong naririnig na negative sa mtgox like freezing of accounts and withdrawal probs. unlike sa btce, smooth sailing so far. Smiley

Regarding sa MtGox, I'm not sure about sa freezing policies nila. Yung last na malaking pagbaba ng value ng bitcoin, ang ginawa ng MtGox ay naging unavailable yung service nila for about a day ata para magstabilize yung price ng bitcoin. Sabi ng iba na DDoS daw sila or kung ano ano pang negative speculation. Kung hindi ka pa verified tapos malaking halaga ng bitcoin ang inilalabas-pasok mo, alam ko maaaring mafreeze yung account mo temporarily hanggang mag pa verify ka ng account mo sa kanila.

Though alam ko nangyayari lang yun sa may mga malalaking transaksyon. Sa case ko, around 2 bitcoins lang naman ang pinapaikot ko so I don't think na damay ako sa rules nilang iyon.

Regarding withdrawal of bitcoins, chineckan ko lang yung pay transaction fee of 0.0005 bitcoin tapos mga after an hour, pumasok na yung bitcoins sa wallet ko. That transaction was around 2 days ago.

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May 18, 2013, 11:59:24 AM
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tama si hashkey, bakal. may inorder na din akong miner sa bfl so habang waiting, trading muna diskarte ko. sa btce naman ako kasi marami akong naririnig na negative sa mtgox like freezing of accounts and withdrawal probs. unlike sa btce, smooth sailing so far. Smiley

Regarding sa MtGox, I'm not sure about sa freezing policies nila. Yung last na malaking pagbaba ng value ng bitcoin, ang ginawa ng MtGox ay naging unavailable yung service nila for about a day ata para magstabilize yung price ng bitcoin. Sabi ng iba na DDoS daw sila or kung ano ano pang negative speculation. Kung hindi ka pa verified tapos malaking halaga ng bitcoin ang inilalabas-pasok mo, alam ko maaaring mafreeze yung account mo temporarily hanggang mag pa verify ka ng account mo sa kanila.

Though alam ko nangyayari lang yun sa may mga malalaking transaksyon. Sa case ko, around 2 bitcoins lang naman ang pinapaikot ko so I don't think na damay ako sa rules nilang iyon.

Regarding withdrawal of bitcoins, chineckan ko lang yung pay transaction fee of 0.0005 bitcoin tapos mga after an hour, pumasok na yung bitcoins sa wallet ko. That transaction was around 2 days ago.


may problema din kasi yung mtgox at yung ka tieup nila sa u.s (coinlab) ngayon aside sa ddos attacks nila lately. and yung mga accounts na na freeze is yung mga different accounts na nagla login uisng same ip. eitherway, hindi ok yun kasi what if magka pamilya kayo at iisa lang ung ip na ginagamit nyo?

diba ang point nga ng bitcoin kaya ito na imbento is to avoid hassles like these? so yung mga issues na ganyan ang medyo nakakatakot mag transact sa mtgox.

no wonder kaya tumaas ang trading volume ng btce lately is because of mtgox problems... nag switch na yung iba.

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