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gavgav (OP)
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December 19, 2013, 09:50:42 AM
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Looking to rent some MH/s, first by day to test you
out, then by week, then by month. If all goes well.
This way i will be able to trust you and likewise with
me.
I am able to pay you with BTC, LTC.
I don't necessarily need your personal information,
but proof of your hashing power would be ideal.
The smaller hourly/daily contracts to get started
minimizes risk. I won't touch mining power options or
anything like that and you can control where the
miners are pointing too. I am quite new to all the
crypto business so you will mostly be in control (and i
will probably need your help on things)
Let me know if anyone is offering something on here.
Many thanks
Gav
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December 19, 2013, 11:33:05 AM
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Looking to rent some MH/s, first by day to test you out, then by week, then by month.

Can pay with BTC, LTC, or Paypal (I'm a US Business Verified user and send thousands per week through it).

As far as trust, I own and write at http://bitcoinblogger.com. I pay my writers. I can provide personal identification and contact information. I don't necessarily need your personal information, but proof of your hashing power would be ideal. The smaller hourly/daily contracts to get started minimizes risk. I would also like remote desktop access. I won't touch mining power options, just change wherever the miners are pointing to.

The epitome of lazy.
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December 19, 2013, 12:22:56 PM
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Looking to rent some MH/s, first by day to test you out, then by week, then by month.

Can pay with BTC, LTC, or Paypal (I'm a US Business Verified user and send thousands per week through it).

As far as trust, I own and write at http://bitcoinblogger.com. I pay my writers. I can provide personal identification and contact information. I don't necessarily need your personal information, but proof of your hashing power would be ideal. The smaller hourly/daily contracts to get started minimizes risk. I would also like remote desktop access. I won't touch mining power options, just change wherever the miners are pointing to.

The epitome of lazy.

Yes my post was based upon your idea! Your point?
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December 19, 2013, 05:07:58 PM
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Looking to rent some MH/s, first by day to test you
out, then by week, then by month. If all goes well.
This way i will be able to trust you and likewise with
me.
I am able to pay you with BTC, LTC.
I don't necessarily need your personal information,
but proof of your hashing power would be ideal.
The smaller hourly/daily contracts to get started
minimizes risk. I won't touch mining power options or
anything like that and you can control where the
miners are pointing too. I am quite new to all the
crypto business so you will mostly be in control (and i
will probably need your help on things)
Let me know if anyone is offering something on here.
Many thanks
Gav


hm, i think you might have better luck on the litecoin forums. I have some scrypt miners but what would be the advantage for me to rent it out instead if just mining with it myself like it currently is?

You would have to pay a premium on the Mh/s to make this worth while for scrypt miner. send me a PM i might be interested...but you would have to give me an higher incentive to direct some of my LTC hashing power your way. With cryto currencies on sale right now there is solid upside to coins.
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December 19, 2013, 05:19:51 PM
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If you pay less than what you get from mining why would anyone rent to you?
if you pay more than what you're getting, then why bother renting instead of just buying the LTCs?
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December 19, 2013, 05:24:35 PM
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If you pay less than what you get from mining why would anyone rent to you?
if you pay more than what you're getting, then why bother renting instead of just buying the LTCs?

I don't see him specifically saying " what to rent hash power for mining LTC"

BTW, what is 24hrs bringing @ 1Mhash mining LTC right now?

Its all about what the people want...
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December 19, 2013, 06:58:48 PM
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If you pay less than what you get from mining why would anyone rent to you?
if you pay more than what you're getting, then why bother renting instead of just buying the LTCs?

I don't see him specifically saying " what to rent hash power for mining LTC"

BTW, what is 24hrs bringing @ 1Mhash mining LTC right now?

Ta, finally some sense...
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December 19, 2013, 09:07:00 PM
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PM me, we can work out something.
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