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Author Topic: [ANN][TAG] TAGMining.Com is now the official pool of Tagcoin!  (Read 44778 times)
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December 15, 2013, 05:37:48 PM
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Just a reminder to the miners out there that the jackpot logging started about 9 1/2 hours ago.  Remember that last week's jackpot pool has carried over to this week due to the issues we had last week.

So get in now if you want to try for the double jackpot this week!

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December 16, 2013, 03:11:40 AM
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Sweet! Maybe I will get lucky and WIN!!  Grin Good luck to all the miners!
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December 16, 2013, 03:24:42 AM
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We lost the whale... now if we can just pick up some block while the difficulty is low... was down to 34... have not seen that for a while.

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December 16, 2013, 03:31:30 AM
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The whale will probably be back.  If not, spread the word about the pool.  If GPUs were available right now, I'd put some jackpot money into a GPU for a monthly prize.  But that would require a working exchange too lol.

Maybe I'll look at this for next month.  Anyone have any suggestions for promotions to draw in new miners?

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December 16, 2013, 04:06:04 AM
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The whale will probably be back.  If not, spread the word about the pool.  If GPUs were available right now, I'd put some jackpot money into a GPU for a monthly prize.  But that would require a working exchange too lol.

Maybe I'll look at this for next month.  Anyone have any suggestions for promotions to draw in new miners?

You could do a jackpot based on finding a block, but have it weighted/adjusted so that whether you have 300kh or 300,000mh, you have the same chance. This may attract numerous smaller miners? Having whales is nice also, so maybe a prize for fastest found blocks or most frequent finds or something?


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December 16, 2013, 04:39:44 AM
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You could do a jackpot based on finding a block, but have it weighted/adjusted so that whether you have 300kh or 300,000mh, you have the same chance. This may attract numerous smaller miners? Having whales is nice also, so maybe a prize for fastest found blocks or most frequent finds or something?

I like the fastest block idea... that's a reward that anyone could possibly get, and easily traceable.

I was thinking about giving away some of the Tagbond RFID cards I have as rewards.  I know it's not cash or coin, but it would help spread the word.  I think the biggest thing is just getting more people on the TAG bandwagon.

Maybe we can pull Mark over here with his farm  Grin

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December 16, 2013, 09:45:41 AM
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Hey Guys,

yesterday i thought lets sell 500 TAG. And what do you think? Prices dropt sow hard i didnt sell them
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December 16, 2013, 10:45:24 AM
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Yeah I noticed that too so I bought TAG only to see the price drop 20% soon after I bought in....  Cry  TAG has gone from ~$2.50 to 80 cents over the last week or so. I'm not panicking though.  A lot of hash power and attention has gone to the "coin of the week" - DOGE a coin that has gone from nothing to the second highest hashrate after LTC in about a week (hence the current diff drop in TAG) even though it doesn't have a proper exchange to trade it on.  Go figure.



Hey Guys,

yesterday i thought lets sell 500 TAG. And what do you think? Prices dropt sow hard i didnt sell them
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December 16, 2013, 11:00:44 AM
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Yeah I noticed that too so I bought TAG only to see the price drop 20% soon after I bought in....  Cry  TAG has gone from ~$2.50 to 80 cents over the last week or so. I'm not panicking though.  A lot of hash power and attention has gone to the "coin of the week" - DOGE a coin that has gone from nothing to the second highest hashrate after LTC in about a week (hence the current diff drop in TAG) even though it doesn't have a proper exchange to trade it on.  Go figure.


It's funny a hype driven coin like a doge takes off and TAG continues to be largely ignored. I still think TAG is a few milestones and press releases from taking off.
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December 16, 2013, 11:51:49 AM
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You're probably right but I think that Mark the tagbond/tagcoin czar isn't quite ready for TAG to go to the moon.  I have no doubt that he has a long term strategic plan for the coin but would prefer for it to fly under the radar for the time being. 
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December 16, 2013, 12:22:32 PM
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TAG is going to take off like a jet once it's really 'released'. Best to hoarde up now.

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December 16, 2013, 02:40:08 PM
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Im not worried. But was jsut something i saw today.
When i have money again i gonna build a extra miner. Only problem..... Dont know yet which cards

Buying TAG now it is cheap haha
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December 16, 2013, 03:13:48 PM
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Even if you can decide on what cards.. finding them in stock for a decent price is the hard part. As soon as I was ready for another purchasing round of MSI 7950's, they disco'd them. R9 280x's came into light and before I could complete the order, they were depleted.

Black Friday + Folks just starting to  get into Crypto mining. Some OEM's were wiped out at the factory level even.

Friday I was able to snag 3 MSI R9 280x's from Amazon which are being delivered right now. I have all the cards I want in a single HTML list, and am constantly refreshing the page. As soon as a vendor shows in stock (for MSRP, I ignore the markup pricing), I buy them.

I have backorders still waiting to be filled over a week later, with no estimated shipment.

The market is crazy right now. Fuse, like I said before, let me know of 'offbrand' 7950/7970 or R9 280x's, and I will try one to see how I like it.


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December 16, 2013, 03:16:20 PM
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Even if you can decide on what cards.. finding them in stock for a decent price is the hard part. As soon as I was ready for another purchasing round of MSI 7950's, they disco'd them. R9 280x's came into light and before I could complete the order, they were depleted.

Black Friday + Folks just starting to  get into Crypto mining. Some OEM's were wiped out at the factory level even.

Friday I was able to snag 3 MSI R9 280x's from Amazon which are being delivered right now. I have all the cards I want in a single HTML list, and am constantly refreshing the page. As soon as a vendor shows in stock (for MSRP, I ignore the markup pricing), I buy them.

The market is crazy right now. Fuse, like I said before, let me know of 'offbrand' 7950/7970 or R9 280x's, and I will try one to see how I like it.



Yeah i buy them in Austria when i have the chance. Here in Netherlands every store is empty.
I try'd to get 2 extra HD6990 but some are being sold for the new price 2 years ago. So that is a no go.
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December 16, 2013, 03:28:40 PM
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Christmas for some folks who had been looking forward to a new graphics card for basic computer purposes, will be less than happy lol.

I've heard some of the non mining folks cursing us miners to all sorts of hells and back.

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December 17, 2013, 01:29:29 AM
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Here is my veggie crate miner...



Still struggling with cooling, but should average about 1.5Mh/s dedicated to the pool.

I need to get some PCI-E riser cables, which will eliminate the heat issues. Still trying to figure out Linux and Ubuntu, so I do not have to install Windows on the next rig. Also looking for some remote monitoring software as well. This is a whole new game for a veggie farmer!!!

I found another block... #17690... maybe my luck is changing.

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December 17, 2013, 02:55:34 AM
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24kilo... I pretty sure you can remote monitor with BAMT.  CGwatcher/monitor will work too, but they run on a windows box to monitor your miners.  CGmonitor looks pretty slick though.  I'd post a picture of my main rig, but it's under about an inch of dust ATM.  I call it thermal insulation.

Looks like we're on the up and up.  Just got off the phone with my pops who hears nothing but bitcoin all day on the news and wants to get it.  He's an old school silver, gold, coin, gem kinda guy.  I told him, "yeah, dad... I can mine (cough cough cough)coin for you."  So we're discussing a rig as we speak.  Probably looking at around 3-3.5MH for him.  To the interwebs!

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December 17, 2013, 03:27:30 AM
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Here is my veggie crate miner...



Still struggling with cooling, but should average about 1.5Mh/s dedicated to the pool.

I need to get some PCI-E riser cables, which will eliminate the heat issues. Still trying to figure out Linux and Ubuntu, so I do not have to install Windows on the next rig. Also looking for some remote monitoring software as well. This is a whole new game for a veggie farmer!!!

I found another block... #17690... maybe my luck is changing.

Congrats man. I use my own modified version of BAMT on all my systems. I'll see if I can dig up a photo of one of my racks. I just got 3 MSI R9 280x's up. Going to change the cooler out already lol

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December 17, 2013, 03:32:30 AM
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24kilo... I pretty sure you can remote monitor with BAMT.  CGwatcher/monitor will work too, but they run on a windows box to monitor your miners.  CGmonitor looks pretty slick though.  I'd post a picture of my main rig, but it's under about an inch of dust ATM.  I call it thermal insulation.

Looks like we're on the up and up.  Just got off the phone with my pops who hears nothing but bitcoin all day on the news and wants to get it.  He's an old school silver, gold, coin, gem kinda guy.  I told him, "yeah, dad... I can mine (cough cough cough)coin for you."  So we're discussing a rig as we speak.  Probably looking at around 3-3.5MH for him.  To the interwebs!

Thanks... your dad and I have a lot in common... I am pretty old school with silver and gold in reserve as well.

I will check out the programs that you mention... thanks!

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December 17, 2013, 03:40:15 AM
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Congrats man. I use my own modified version of BAMT on all my systems. I'll see if I can dig up a photo of one of my racks. I just got 3 MSI R9 280x's up. Going to change the cooler out already lol

Thanks... it has been a fun and addictive journey so far... always thinking about getting the next rig... would you elaborate more on the modified BAMT that you are using?

Thanks!

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