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March 05, 2019, 12:31:19 AM
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March 05, 2019, 01:43:42 AM
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I sell grin on bitmesh exchange, works well https://bitmesh.com/exchange?market=btc_grin#/

https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/grin/#markets

There are so many markets available now but that exchange has very low volume as compare with others. I think Coinall and Bittrex are more better choice as per my experience.

Bittrex might be ok if you are a miner seeking to dump your mined grins to hold bitcoin. I reckon Bittrex's grin wallet withdrawals might still be presently disabled.

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March 05, 2019, 03:12:55 PM
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I sell grin on bitmesh exchange, works well https://bitmesh.com/exchange?market=btc_grin#/

https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/grin/#markets

There are so many markets available now but that exchange has very low volume as compare with others. I think Coinall and Bittrex are more better choice as per my experience.

Bittrex might be ok if you are a miner seeking to dump your mined grins to hold bitcoin. I reckon Bittrex's grin wallet withdrawals might still be presently disabled.

Yesterday afternoon (afternoon in my GMT+2 timezone) both withdrawing and depositing was disabled. Let me check again...



Yep, still disabled. Hopefully this'll help support the price by locking dumping-miners out! Roll Eyes
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March 05, 2019, 11:38:29 PM
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I sell grin on bitmesh exchange, works well https://bitmesh.com/exchange?market=btc_grin#/

https://coinmarketcap.com/currencies/grin/#markets

There are so many markets available now but that exchange has very low volume as compare with others. I think Coinall and Bittrex are more better choice as per my experience.

Bittrex might be ok if you are a miner seeking to dump your mined grins to hold bitcoin. I reckon Bittrex's grin wallet withdrawals might still be presently disabled.

Yesterday afternoon (afternoon in my GMT+2 timezone) both withdrawing and depositing was disabled. Let me check again...



Yep, still disabled. Hopefully this'll help support the price by locking dumping-miners out! Roll Eyes

I think so, because no member has complained about disabled grin in bittrex. maybe most of those doing grin transactions are miners who want to throw away their coins.
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March 06, 2019, 01:56:00 AM
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@RivAngE. Hehehe well it might help in having Grin's price float above the market average if that makes you happy.

In any case, those dumping miners are not to be blamed. They also want Grin to be higher, however they have no choice, they need to get some profit where they can.

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March 06, 2019, 09:07:08 AM
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@RivAngE. Hehehe well it might help in having Grin's price float above the market average if that makes you happy.

In any case, those dumping miners are not to be blamed. They also want Grin to be higher, however they have no choice, they need to get some profit where they can.

Which is why I call the situation of our ecosystem a self-cannibalising one.
Everyone wants some profit, so no one makes a profit. We mostly pay electricity and hardware companies.

Then as the prices go down, more and more people on the outside see cryptocurrencies as a bubble and shops won't start accepting them.
I believe that having shops accept cryptocurrencies is the only way to increase their value in a natural way and not just in a speculative way.
Having GRIN accepted by BTCT is one good step, but I'd prefer to see business which are not related to cryptocurrencies start accepting them, this way people won't have to sell their mined coins to buy fiat... though I suppose in GRIN's case there are a lot selling their coins for BTC because of the inflation difference between the two.
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March 06, 2019, 09:55:25 PM
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@RivAngE. Hehehe well it might help in having Grin's price float above the market average if that makes you happy.

In any case, those dumping miners are not to be blamed. They also want Grin to be higher, however they have no choice, they need to get some profit where they can.

Which is why I call the situation of our ecosystem a self-cannibalising one.
Everyone wants some profit, so no one makes a profit. We mostly pay electricity and hardware companies.

Then as the prices go down, more and more people on the outside see cryptocurrencies as a bubble and shops won't start accepting them.
I believe that having shops accept cryptocurrencies is the only way to increase their value in a natural way and not just in a speculative way.
Having GRIN accepted by BTCT is one good step, but I'd prefer to see business which are not related to cryptocurrencies start accepting them, this way people won't have to sell their mined coins to buy fiat... though I suppose in GRIN's case there are a lot selling their coins for BTC because of the inflation difference between the two.

Coin price (or direction) is not the barrier to merchant acceptance.  Quick (atomic) exchange to fiat, and low fees (plus some marketing) are all that are necessary to encourage merchant adoption.  Of course, *some* demand must exist.
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March 07, 2019, 01:21:18 AM
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@RivAngE. Success cannot be attained overnight. It took bitcoin 10 years to be where it is today, however it has not reached where it was created to be yet. It might take grin longer to reach the same measure of success, I reckon, or it might not.

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March 09, 2019, 04:06:39 AM
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The topic of Grin coin has been cooled down considerably last two or three weeks.
It is obviously that the prediction of our beloved admin right, at least till now.
The price has been down due to corrections, long term corrections, and the topic has been less actively partially due to recent price's drops and corrections.

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March 09, 2019, 03:28:26 PM
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The topic of Grin coin has been cooled down considerably last two or three weeks.
It is obviously that the prediction of our beloved admin right, at least till now.
The price has been down due to corrections, long term corrections, and the topic has been less actively partially due to recent price's drops and corrections.
this is a newborn project so it cannot be denied that prices will continue to dropping. but if you see privacy coins that have already existed price growth is compared than other crypto categories. Now, I just want to see the future development and how it becomes a nice seamless user experience. because, the unique privacy features contained in the Grin protocol can be useful for everyone who wants it and users are comfortable using it.
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When are wallets going to be developed for Grin?

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March 10, 2019, 01:17:57 AM
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FOMO occured in early phase when Grin Coin became hottest topic in crypto and fastly, widely listed on exchanges.
Now, that kind of FOMO feelings gone, the price of GRIN fell.
However, I think it is good news for real investors, they are patiently enough to wait for weeks or even for months to see the coin drops, then set up its bottom.
From bottom range, real investors will decide to pay money for the coin.
Next time, with the tide from coming bottom, Grin coin will gradually grow but stable move and set up its new all time high.
this is a newborn project so it cannot be denied that prices will continue to dropping. but if you see privacy coins that have already existed price growth is compared than other crypto categories. Now, I just want to see the future development and how it becomes a nice seamless user experience. because, the unique privacy features contained in the Grin protocol can be useful for everyone who wants it and users are comfortable using it.

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March 10, 2019, 02:32:05 AM
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FOMO occured in early phase when Grin Coin became hottest topic in crypto and fastly, widely listed on exchanges.
Now, that kind of FOMO feelings gone, the price of GRIN fell.
However, I think it is good news for real investors, they are patiently enough to wait for weeks or even for months Years to see the coin drops, then set up its bottom.
From bottom range, real investors will decide to pay money for the coin.
Next time, with the tide from coming bottom, Grin coin will gradually grow but stable move and set up its new all time high.

FTFY.

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is there a mining estimator depending on what gpu's you use?

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March 10, 2019, 04:52:12 PM
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is there a mining estimator depending on what gpu's you use?

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https://duckduckgo.com/?q=grin+mining+calculator&t=ffab&ia=web


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I don't know if there is a specific site that calculates based on the GPU, but what's wrong with typing out the hash rate?
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March 10, 2019, 08:27:38 PM
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Try https://whattomine.com/

Currently only for Cuckaroo29.

Both grinmint and luxor have calculators comparing C29 and C31

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March 10, 2019, 11:06:44 PM
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I just dusted off my GPU miner, installed a fresh Windows 10 OS, installed GrinPro miner, and pointed it to GrinMint.  My GPUs are set to stock clocking, no modifications.  How am I doing?  Any config settings you guys can recommend will be much appreciated.

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March 11, 2019, 02:14:21 AM
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I just dusted off my GPU miner, installed a fresh Windows 10 OS, installed GrinPro miner, and pointed it to GrinMint.  My GPUs are set to stock clocking, no modifications.  How am I doing?  Any config settings you guys can recommend will be much appreciated.

TIA

 

Try BMiner, I seem to get better results from it

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March 11, 2019, 02:30:59 AM
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Try BMiner, I seem to get better results from it

I tried Grin Gold Miner, but I'm getting much better results with GrinPro.  I'll give BMiner a shot, thanks for the suggestion.

 

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March 11, 2019, 03:23:41 AM
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When are wallets going to be developed for Grin?

It might be good for you to learn how to use the official command line wallet and learn how to store your grins the proper way.

I reckon many people in the cryptospace felt sorry about not learning Monero's command line wallet when it was under $1.00 hehe.

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