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July 25, 2011, 09:50:43 PM
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Flate rate is ok because it's not theft, that's the company's business model. You pay the same price whether you use 100kWh or 3000kWh during a month.

Stealing electricity at work, home or school is wrong because you are making bitcoins with someone elses money.
(And you will likely get caught)

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July 25, 2011, 10:05:12 PM
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OMG, with your 10 CPUs it's even gonna be a while before you get these 5 BTC back.

CPU mining is just that, plain stupid.

diversification again..

of course i only had a quick glance and assumed if the best can achieve 45$ after a while i can get 450 $ Cheesy but I did not  look at the timeframe yet..this isn`t monthly right ?

You are making about 0.20 BTC a day with each of your 5870s. On average, you are paying 0.10 BTC per day for electricity per card (no flat).

Mining on a powerful CPU doesn't even give you 1/100 of the hashing power, while consuming roughly the same energy. So in one day, you will make 0.002 BTC per CPU while paying 0.10 BTC for electricity.

These numbers are based on measurments and calculations I did myself.
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July 26, 2011, 04:59:22 AM
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OMG, with your 10 CPUs it's even gonna be a while before you get these 5 BTC back.

CPU mining is just that, plain stupid.

diversification again..

of course i only had a quick glance and assumed if the best can achieve 45$ after a while i can get 450 $ Cheesy but I did not  look at the timeframe yet..this isn`t monthly right ?

You are making about 0.20 BTC a day with each of your 5870s. On average, you are paying 0.10 BTC per day for electricity per card (no flat).

Mining on a powerful CPU doesn't even give you 1/100 of the hashing power, while consuming roughly the same energy. So in one day, you will make 0.002 BTC per CPU while paying 0.10 BTC for electricity.

These numbers are based on measurments and calculations I did myself.
You do know that the topic of this thread is using the cpu for the gomez peer and not bitcoin mining, right?
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July 26, 2011, 02:27:24 PM
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OMG, with your 10 CPUs it's even gonna be a while before you get these 5 BTC back.

CPU mining is just that, plain stupid.

diversification again..

of course i only had a quick glance and assumed if the best can achieve 45$ after a while i can get 450 $ Cheesy but I did not  look at the timeframe yet..this isn`t monthly right ?

You are making about 0.20 BTC a day with each of your 5870s. On average, you are paying 0.10 BTC per day for electricity per card (no flat).

Mining on a powerful CPU doesn't even give you 1/100 of the hashing power, while consuming roughly the same energy. So in one day, you will make 0.002 BTC per CPU while paying 0.10 BTC for electricity.

These numbers are based on measurments and calculations I did myself.
You do know that the topic of this thread is using the cpu for the gomez peer and not bitcoin mining, right?

Maybe.
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July 27, 2011, 10:42:30 AM
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stupid spammer, GP does not use your cpu, their java application does, while running tests on websites their customers paid for.

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June 12, 2012, 08:47:59 PM
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i would use it as i dont pay for my power and could have 10cpu`s for it Cheesy

but all my rigs run linux so ther is no possbility it seems!


is there any way it could still work???

would pay a bounty of 5 BTC for the person creating a linux program which can connect there !

Well GP is a Java application and Java can be ran on linux, so if you can just get the .jar file you can run it.

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June 12, 2012, 09:27:36 PM
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i would use it as i dont pay for my power and could have 10cpu`s for it Cheesy

but all my rigs run linux so ther is no possbility it seems!


is there any way it could still work???

would pay a bounty of 5 BTC for the person creating a linux program which can connect there !

Well GP is a Java application and Java can be ran on linux, so if you can just get the .jar file you can run it.


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