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May 26, 2013, 04:38:03 AM
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Yes setup your own p2pool, using mine would give me the extra merged mining. Or there's a pool with btc, nmc, ixc and dvc

YEs gpu, fpga and asic can all do it.

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May 26, 2013, 09:29:48 AM
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Yes setup your own p2pool, using mine would give me the extra merged mining. Or there's a pool with btc, nmc, ixc and dvc

YEs gpu, fpga and asic can all do it.

That's great.  I'm now signed with give-me-ltc.  But I don't think you can merge mine there.  What's the easiest one to use (merge miner).  I'm not very computer literate.  I hope to get my ASIC miners from butterfly by July, that's what they promised but I'm not holding my breath.  I just ordered my 3rd one, 5Gh miner.  I heard you can over clock it to 10GH but that might take a while to so cause I wouldn't wanna try to so it myself.  But for now I'd be happy worth just 2 if not 3 5GH butterfly rigs. Once these rigs hit the market the difficulty is gonna double or triple overnight but the price of bitcoin should also increase.

Can I ask, what rig are you using and what all coins are you getting per month.  TIA

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May 26, 2013, 09:46:21 AM
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I'm using 20 lancelot for 8 ghs. You can't merged mine ltc, you can't even mine ltc on fpga or asic.

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May 26, 2013, 09:48:02 AM
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May 26, 2013, 09:52:20 AM
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It's that easy?  Don't I have to run 4 different mining software (clients)?  That's the complicated part.  I wish someone would just make like 1 miner for all 4.

And what is 20 Lancelot?  Also, what coins do you find in any given month, I'd like to see the cost benefit to your 20 lancelots?  Like how many bitcoins, devcoins, ixcoins, namecoins, etc.  thanks again.

Cause until my ASICS gets here I'd like to get something running but the $1700 computer I bought with 2 ATI 7850's was worthless.  I'm trying to find a better solution but besides ASICS I can't find one.

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May 26, 2013, 10:03:56 AM
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I can't register here. Seems offline for the last 2 days at least?

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May 26, 2013, 10:50:04 AM
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I get .3 btc per day. You only need one client. It doesn't know or care if you merged mine or not.

 Maybe that pool is down Idk I don't use it. Make your own p2pool. You can use mine but you only get btc, I keep the dvc, ixc, nmc.

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May 26, 2013, 10:51:07 AM
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It's that easy. Many people don't merged mine. Idk why. Slush pool had nmc but removed it so I left. It's a free 10% bonus.

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May 26, 2013, 10:52:32 AM
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May 26, 2013, 12:17:33 PM
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I get .3 btc per day. You only need one client. It doesn't know or care if you merged mine or not.

 Maybe that pool is down Idk I don't use it. Make your own p2pool. You can use mine but you only get btc, I keep the dvc, ixc, nmc.

You say you merge mine but then say you can use mine but you only get BTC and then that you keep dvc, ixc and nmc.  I think it's a good idea to keep the latter 3 as they'll probably go up.  But using your pool, do you get all 4 or not?

Also, what is the 20 lancelot you're talking about.  8GH is not bad at all I'm just wondering what it is, how much it costs and how much Watts is draws down.  Thanks.

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May 26, 2013, 12:22:43 PM
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Look up user blackarrow for lancelot.

I'm saying if you use my p2pool, in my signature, it merged mines but I keep the merged mine, you only get btc. 0% fee. If you setup your own p2pool you can keep all four coins.

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May 26, 2013, 06:00:08 PM
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Look up user blackarrow for lancelot.

I'm saying if you use my p2pool, in my signature, it merged mines but I keep the merged mine, you only get btc. 0% fee. If you setup your own p2pool you can keep all four coins.

Thanks a lot bro, nobody has mentioned these and I've been asking for an entire month for any alternatives. 

Can you give me some person info so I can see if it's worth it.  They're saying they cost about $350 PER lancelot piece.  that's for 400MH.  Butterfly Labs sells a 5GH unit for $278 ( I have 3 on order) which (each one) is nearly 12 times more powerful than 1 $350 Lancelot and reviewers say the asic chips can be overclocked as they're now coming underclocked to reduce energy usage which I don't care about or they're saying instead of 1 ASIC chip which can do the 5GH job with easy, to cut down on energy consumption they're instead going t put 2 asic chips in each unit but way underclock them so then by overcloking these 5GH butterfly units you can easily get double or more than the adversized speeds.  But I'm not sure I have the skills to overclock, but if possible I would definitely pay someone to do it for me.

Of course the HUGE problem is who knows how long before Butterfly actually ships but when they do there's gonna be hundreds of thousands of asics machines on the market all at once so the bitcoin difficulty will go much higher (double to triple) so if you're getting .30 right now per day that's about $1200 per month in just BTC which is not bad but with but that can get cut in half or worse in a matter of a few months.

Now it may be that with a double in Difficulty (which is the minimum I'm expecting) the price per coin may also go up to also double or maybe more, but that's no guarantee which would mean your earnings could get cut in half which, after energy costs, it would suck.  Honestly, as real hype picks up and massive asics machines start mining I can see bitcoins going to some ridiculous level which would then also bring up all of the other coins with it.  And the best ones out there are the ones you're holding.  So smart move to hold on to them.

So now the big questions.  You have 20 lancelots - how much is your electric bill per month?  So you really paid $7,000 for 20 units?  Wow man, that's crazy but I guess if you bought them a few months ago you're close to getting your money back.  Good for you.

But with asics so close to or already hitting the market (Avalon, Butterfly, Cryonic, etc) I'd be really worried to order now and not even get them until june or july which is when Butterfly promises to ship mine but that's not for sure. 

Finally, about how many actual coins of IXcoins, Devcoins (after you pay the mandatory 90% fee for devcoin to the developers), and Namecoins do you get per month on top of your bitcoins.  Cause those are the top coins I'm accumulating so if those are being mined in any meaningful number, not dollar value, but just amount of coins, that may be worth it later on as I expect all of these coins to go up considerably.  So if you could give me a ballpark figure how much 20 lancelot units mine of the latter 3 coins in total coin amounts per month that would really help me make a decision, cause, like you, I wouldn't sell them either but rather hold on to them for later on.  $7,000 is way out of my affordability right now but I may bee able to start with 5 or 10.  Thanks for you help.

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May 27, 2013, 02:38:15 AM
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I paid $300 per lancelot and yes unless you buy this month they will no longer be worth it. They already take over 6 months to break even. I do it more for fun than making money.

I don't keep track of the alt chains, its just a bonus to me. 20 lancelots take 600 watts so you can calculate your kwh price.

I don't think butterfly will ship until a year or two if ever.

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May 27, 2013, 03:19:04 AM
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I don't think butterfly will ship until a year or two if ever.

You can't be serious.   Come on man. They already took nearly a grand out of my account.  How can they take the money, spend it and not ship anything.  The big rig or mini 1,500GH rig that thing is getting redesigned cause it gets so hot and eats so much that instead of 1,500GH they have to remove 2/3rd of the chips or ship 3 500GH units in place of 1.

So those mini rigs are getting redesigned which I think its minimum 6 months if not a year but they're shipping the small 5GH units although only like 30 units.

From what I've read the problem is they promised 1watt per GH/s which is just possible.  They're getting from 6 to 10 watts.  I say who cares.  Ship me what you've got.  If they just understand people are ok with 10 watts per 1GH cause it sure beats 400 watts per 1GH which is what I was getting my dual 7850 desktop, they'd just ship those suckers now.  I hope they're gonna come out by July but its not looking good.  They haven't even answered my emails as to what the timeline is looking like.

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May 27, 2013, 03:26:04 AM
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I hope so. I have 6 butterfly units I'm been waiting for since october.

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May 27, 2013, 03:37:19 AM
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The link given earlier for registering at bitparking's merged mine pool looks fine to me now maybe it just was down before or something.

I merged mine using p2pool too but same thing, no way to divide up all the altcoins, so normal folk using it only see it as in effect a zero fee bitcoin pool.

So bitparking's merged mining pool is still the best option for people who don't want to or lack the skills to set up a full merged mining panoply of their own.

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May 27, 2013, 03:40:07 AM
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Get it people http://mmpool.bitparking.com/register

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June 02, 2013, 08:47:08 AM
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Just discovered that Cryptsy now supports IXC  Grin Grin

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What's the current block count?
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What's the current block count?

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