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March 01, 2011, 01:06:36 PM
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Bigot! Wink Cheesy

-MarkM- (Note to Martian BotCoin mint: do you wanna hire bigotted miners? (Why not, you bigots?Wink))

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March 01, 2011, 01:13:35 PM
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i would even search for aliens if it pays better than generating bitcoins.  Grin
But then you will end up finding aliens, which are not as useful as bitcoins.

it wouldn't be me finding aliens, it would be the one i'm hashing/searching for
and if he/she pays me in bitcoins, it'd be as useful to me (at least) as generating (less) bitcoins myself.

just like compute4cash, its 'customers' don't care what their processing-power is used for, as long as they get paid (and don't know about bitcoin).

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March 01, 2011, 01:33:58 PM
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Exactly like that, yes! There is no point chancing making the earthling miners jealous or envious by flaunting the high value of the 'special dirt' they are hired to dig up, especially if that might give them crazy ideas like mining the stuff for themselves instead of mining it dirt cheap for 'aliens'. Especially if it has martial applications in the planet-domination field.

It is kind of similar to if the fed pre-printed umpteen years worth of bills ahead of time, or a casino bought massive numbers of plastic disks up front far more than they are likely to actually need for years but at such dirt cheap prices heck why not, they might come in handy one of these years or decades if things go well.

Having players choose whether to buy a ten their fiat currency per month subscription to a site OR crank out five such memberships per ten minutes divided by the number of other players choosing that option might devalue the memberships. Better to first get to a point where subscriptions amount to 300 local fiats per hour before starting to open up the mining "opportunity" maybe. Just an idea, but it is being looked into. Uh, by aliens, of course. No-one here but we earthlings, those Martians are oxymorons.

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