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February 05, 2014, 04:14:29 PM
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Sadly i cant into programming this myself, but maybe someone else is. But it should be possible to adapt a Poolsofware to calculate/pay a certain Amount Coin per Hash to Miners, and to sell those Coins or redeem them for yourself for Bruteforce Time on a Target of your Choice.

The Coins the People pay to a Pool for the Service can go back as a+ for Miners to the Coins they already generating, If more   People want to get Things cracked the more valuable the Coins can get. It's plain trading Bruteforce Power.


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 The Cryptohaze Multiforcer includes cross-platform network support for unsalted hashes. This allows multiple hosts to easily work together on a complex problem space without requiring the user to manually break it into smaller pieces as some other tools require. All the results are consolidated on the server platform, and clients can connect and disconnect as they please. To enable the server, launch the Multiforcer as normal, except with the "--enableserver" command line flag. If you wish the server to ONLY be a server, and not run any CUDA computations (which can reduce the risk of the server crashing), add the "--serveronly" flag. The clients are launched with the "--remoteip remote_ip_or_hosthame" flag (with the appropriate IP or hostname) and will soon join in.

http://www.cryptohaze.com/multiforcer.php

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February 05, 2014, 06:15:06 PM
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I've wondered about this possibility for a while.

It would certainly be interesting.
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