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August 25, 2019, 12:15:51 AM
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I will be doing a full make over of my business  due to the tax reporting issues. So frankly I have lost a lot of interest in many coins.

BTC
LTC
XMR   
DOGE will be all that I mine.

Raven as I am holding them
BCI     as I am Holding them


DOGE hasn't been mineable for years by itself, since it went Merged Mining mode.
It gets swamped by all the merge mining out of LTC, and is IMPOSSIBLE to mine for a profit on it's own as a result.


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I will be doing a full make over of my business  due to the tax reporting issues. So frankly I have lost a lot of interest in many coins.

Raven as I am holding them
BCI     as I am Holding them


DOGE hasn't been mineable for years by itself, since it went Merged Mining mode.
It gets swamped by all the merge mining out of LTC, and is IMPOSSIBLE to mine for a profit on it's own as a result.




BTC + XMR + (LTC + DOGE)   will be all that I mine.

this is more clear.

 I mine LTC + DOGE on spec.  As I have 11gh in L3+  that do a 50-50 coin spilt .

 So that is .22ltc a day along with 400 doge a day. I just hold those two.

I see BTC as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions.
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August 25, 2019, 12:59:18 AM
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does this seem to be a problem to anyone but me?

https://www.treasury.gov/resource-center/sanctions/OFAC-Enforcement/Pages/20190821.aspx

quote from above:

 "The following individuals have been added to OFAC's SDN List:
 
YAN, Xiaobing (Chinese Traditional: 顏曉兵; Chinese Simplified: 颜晓兵) (a.k.a. "YAN, Steven"; a.k.a. "ZHOU, William"), Wuhan, Hubei, China (Chinese Simplified: 武汉市, 湖北省, China; Chinese Traditional: 武漢市, 湖北省, China); DOB 25 Mar 1977; POB Wuhan City, Hubei, China; citizen China; Gender Male; Digital Currency Address - XBT 12QtD5BFwRsdNsAZY76UVE1xyCGNTojH9h; alt. Digital Currency Address - XBT 1Kuf2Rd8mDyAViwBozGTNYnvWL8uYFrkVo; alt. Digital Currency Address - XBT 13f59kUM5FU8MfTG7DCEugYarDhSD7XCoC; alt. Digital Currency Address - XBT 1P3ZfGFLezzYGg9k5SVzQmnjyh7nrUmF2y; alt. Digital Currency Address - XBT 1EpMiZkQVekM5ij12nMiEwttFPcDK9XhX6; alt. Digital Currency Address - XBT 1JREJdZupiFhE7ZzQPtASuMCvvpXC7wRsC; Chinese Commercial Code 7346 2556 0365; Citizen's Card Number 421002197703250019 (China) (individual) [SDNTK].
 
ZHENG, Fujing (Chinese Simplified: 郑福景; Chinese Traditional: 鄭福景) (a.k.a. "DENG, Gao"; a.k.a. "JIN, Gordon"; a.k.a. "ZHENG, Gordon"); DOB 11 Jun 1983; POB China; nationality China; citizen China; Email Address goldenchemical@live.com; alt. Email Address gordonzheng@qinvictory.com; alt. Email Address magicchemical@hotmail.com; alt. Email Address sales@globalrc.net; alt. Email Address 3507656950@qq.com; alt. Email Address zhengfujing@live.cn; Gender Male; Digital Currency Address - XBT 17ezuJoT3XBbdcwFZbkTnrXbup11F4uhiy; alt. Digital Currency Address - XBT 1DH2xDH7TngrDU6LXciprKCBKNcPA1xX8A; Passport G31920875 (China) issued 24 Oct 2008 expires 23 Oct 2018; Identification Number 310107198306111336 (China); Chinese Commercial Code 6774 4395 2529 (individual) [SDNTK].
 
ZHENG, Guanghua (Chinese Traditional: 鄭广華; Chinese Simplified: 郑广华); DOB 04 Nov 1955; POB Shanghai, China; nationality China; citizen China; Email Address zhenguanghua1955@outlook.com; alt. Email Address zhenguanghua1955@gmail.com; Gender Male; Digital Currency Address - XBT 33Kja69SQVc8kozpoP7Qw6HFtGxHkiWzTz; alt. Digital Currency Address - XBT 3MkUNScqf21EcfWq6T4x2MFgBeSTqhB5t6; alt. Digital Currency Address - XBT 18uKfaUjgG52rVeXEi3wxnveww7zZuECtE; Digital Currency Address - LTC LaizKtS5DUhPuP1nTQcc83MS7HwK6vk85z; Passport E51809923 (China) issued 25 May 2015 expires 24 May 2025; Identification Number 310108195511041616 (China); Chinese Commercial Code 6774 1639 5478 (individual) [SDNTK].
 
The following entities have been added to OFAC's SDN List:
 
QINSHENG PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD. (a.k.a. SHANGHAI QINSHENG PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.; a.k.a. SHANGHAI QINSHENG PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.; a.k.a. SHANGHAI QINSHENG PHARMACEUTICAL TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.), Room 614, Floor 3, No. 1, Alley 468, New Siping Highway, Shanghai 201413, China; Room 614, Floor 3, Block 1, Lane 468, Xinsiping Highway, Fengxian District, Shanghai, China; Website www.qinvictory.com [SDNTK].
 
ZHENG DRUG TRAFFICKING ORGANIZATION, Shanghai, China; Website www.globalrc.net; alt. Website www.goldenrc.com; alt. Website www.toplabrc.com; Email Address MagicChemical@hotmail.com; alt. Email Address goldenchemical@live.com; alt. Email Address 3507656950@qq.com; alt. Email Address sales@globalrc.net [SDNTK].
 
 
 
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August 25, 2019, 03:27:42 AM
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So the btc  accounts above I listed are barred by USA government.

I checked the first one it had 99 coins in and 79 out.

Leaving 20 left in it.

My question is what happens if some  coin passes into one of my accounts.

It seems to me he could move 1 btc into coinbase.  And when I buy a coin coinbase moves it to my wallet.

Thus a tainted coin.

I do not fully understand the tainted quality of these accounts.

I know if a bank give me 500 in 20 dollar bills and two or three are marked as bad money I get stuck with the loss.

Is the USA going to just expand the invalid tainted btc addresses to a point that lots of coins are worthless?

If so it appears I should dump all coins that may be tainted or am I just overly frustrated or paranoid?

I see BTC as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions.
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August 25, 2019, 04:53:32 AM
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So the btc  accounts above I listed are barred by USA government.

I checked the first one it had 99 coins in and 79 out.

Leaving 20 left in it.

My question is what happens if some  coin passes into one of my accounts.

It seems to me he could move 1 btc into coinbase.  And when I buy a coin coinbase moves it to my wallet.

Thus a tainted coin.

I do not fully understand the tainted quality of these accounts.

I know if a bank give me 500 in 20 dollar bills and two or three are marked as bad money I get stuck with the loss.

Is the USA going to just expand the invalid tainted btc addresses to a point that lots of coins are worthless?

If so it appears I should dump all coins that may be tainted or am I just overly frustrated or paranoid?

I think if he moves 1 BTC to coinbase, and then later you do a withdraw and unluckly his BTC gets sent to you, then you are most likely not to worry since it was sent to a middle-man (Coinbase) first of all. The liability in this situation would be for Coinbase to freeze that account and investigate.

The issues will arise however if they send coins directly to someone else like selling some BTC for an alt without using an exchange or just doing a person to person meet and sending the coins directly to another wallet. Then that individual would have issues if they sent those coins to an exchange.

Very difficult to actually assess what would happen in this situation.





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August 25, 2019, 11:35:04 AM
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So the btc  accounts above I listed are barred by USA government.

I checked the first one it had 99 coins in and 79 out.

Leaving 20 left in it.

My question is what happens if some  coin passes into one of my accounts.

It seems to me he could move 1 btc into coinbase.  And when I buy a coin coinbase moves it to my wallet.

Thus a tainted coin.

I do not fully understand the tainted quality of these accounts.

I know if a bank give me 500 in 20 dollar bills and two or three are marked as bad money I get stuck with the loss.

Is the USA going to just expand the invalid tainted btc addresses to a point that lots of coins are worthless?

If so it appears I should dump all coins that may be tainted or am I just overly frustrated or paranoid?

I think if he moves 1 BTC to coinbase, and then later you do a withdraw and unluckly his BTC gets sent to you, then you are most likely not to worry since it was sent to a middle-man (Coinbase) first of all. The liability in this situation would be for Coinbase to freeze that account and investigate.

The issues will arise however if they send coins directly to someone else like selling some BTC for an alt without using an exchange or just doing a person to person meet and sending the coins directly to another wallet. Then that individual would have issues if they sent those coins to an exchange.

Very difficult to actually assess what would happen in this situation.

My worries would be my sales of gently used gear to people in the USA and occasionally europe.

I see BTC as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions.
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August 25, 2019, 05:09:25 PM
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My worries would be my sales of gently used gear to people in the USA and occasionally europe.

FWIW most of what I traded you came from zpool mining, or potentially from a yobit sig campaign payment;  but most likely from the main zpool wallet.   They use auto-exchange when mining to pay in BTC, so who knows what coins from what exchange.  99% of what was obtained from yobit has already been sold on gdax or otherwise.


The FED is pretty retarded in this whole ordeal...   They are digging quite a substantial hole.

Link to my batch and script resources here.  

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August 25, 2019, 06:09:29 PM
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My worries would be my sales of gently used gear to people in the USA and occasionally europe.

FWIW most of what I traded you came from zpool mining, or potentially from a yobit sig campaign payment;  but most likely from the main zpool wallet.   They use auto-exchange when mining to pay in BTC, so who knows what coins from what exchange.  99% of what was obtained from yobit has already been sold on gdax or otherwise.


The FED is pretty retarded in this whole ordeal...   They are digging quite a substantial hole.

Yeah I have been looking at the addresses listed above and do not think I have had direct contact with them.

    But  think about the potential issues  about doing a 1 gpu sale  to any forum member.
 If it comes from any private wallet and not from say coinbase or an exchange  you could be subject to a seizure of the coin.
 I figure I sold 140000 in gear from 2012 to 2019  much of which was using btc some ltc some eth. Hopefully  I am good to go with this new issue. 

My real concern is expansion of those lists and where the feds are going to go looking for tainted coins and wallets seems to bring up quite a few issues.
 

I see BTC as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions.
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I think you guys are getting paranoid, but it also seems like a good case for privacy coins.
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August 25, 2019, 09:39:32 PM
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I think you guys are getting paranoid, but it also seems like a good case for privacy coins.


Yes it is a bit paranoid and everyone is from China on the list.

But my wonderful prez has decided to up the anti with more tariffs against China and China has upped the tariffs back.

So things seem to be moving into unfriendliness as I type.

I also will most likely alter all my crypto business practices to avoid yet another pitfall that has seemed to appear this summer.

I see BTC as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions.
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I think you guys are getting paranoid, but it also seems like a good case for privacy coins.


Yes it is a bit paranoid and everyone is from China on the list.

But my wonderful prez has decided to up the anti with more tariffs against China and China has upped the tariffs back.

So things seem to be moving into unfriendliness as I type.

I also will most likely alter all my crypto business practices to avoid yet another pitfall that has seemed to appear this summer.

I've changed my process also using privacy coins for all my transactions and moving mining profits.  Not to cheat but the less info the better.
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I think you guys are getting paranoid, but it also seems like a good case for privacy coins.


Yes it is a bit paranoid and everyone is from China on the list.

But my wonderful prez has decided to up the anti with more tariffs against China and China has upped the tariffs back.

So things seem to be moving into unfriendliness as I type.

I also will most likely alter all my crypto business practices to avoid yet another pitfall that has seemed to appear this summer.

I've changed my process also using privacy coins for all my transactions and moving mining profits.  Not to cheat but the less info the better.

Yes I am holding mining longer before I move it around.

Thus reducing transactions by a power of 10.

Ie I wait ten days before I pull coins out of mining pool and put in coinbase.
I then do no coinbase pro.  Just all coinbase.  These two things will reduce my transactions 20x

Also no more coin to coin transactions as each one now needs to be listed to figure cap gains even if I never go to cash.

So instead of 10 deposits to coin base there is one. And then one to cash it. Ie two entry lines.

Old way was 10 deposits maybe move to coinbase pro 10 times then move around a few coins btc to ltc to eth then to cash then to bank.  About 40 transactions which need reporting.

In both cases the profits are close to the same. One way is two transactions other one is forty.


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August 26, 2019, 06:22:18 AM
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I think you are worrying for nothing. Most of those tainted coins are some Chinese drug lords and I am pretty sure they wouldn't bother buying any mining gear. If they really wanted some mining gear for some odd reason, I think they would just buy some new ASICs or GPUs instead of something second hand.

Also say they wanted to sell some of their BTC privately doing a person to person meet. Some new adopter decides to buy some bitcoin from them and they are sent the tainted coins. Those coins then would get tainted and might get flagged by some exchange however most people aren't going to check prior to a person to person crypto meet where the coins are coming from. Its not illegal doing a person to person meet unless its for a large transaction. So the buyer did nothing illegal here.

This is no different than someone selling a car to a drug dealer and that cash was original used as a drug money. The buyer has no idea the person was a drug dealer and no way to tell where the funds came out. Will the police come and take the cash away from the seller? Probably not.





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August 26, 2019, 01:25:20 PM
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I think you are worrying for nothing. Most of those tainted coins are some Chinese drug lords and I am pretty sure they wouldn't bother buying any mining gear. If they really wanted some mining gear for some odd reason, I think they would just buy some new ASICs or GPUs instead of something second hand.

Also say they wanted to sell some of their BTC privately doing a person to person meet. Some new adopter decides to buy some bitcoin from them and they are sent the tainted coins. Those coins then would get tainted and might get flagged by some exchange however most people aren't going to check prior to a person to person crypto meet where the coins are coming from. Its not illegal doing a person to person meet unless its for a large transaction. So the buyer did nothing illegal here.

This is no different than someone selling a car to a drug dealer and that cash was original used as a drug money. The buyer has no idea the person was a drug dealer and no way to tell where the funds came out. Will the police come and take the cash away from the seller? Probably not.

I check the listed addresses and I have decided that buying and selling coins directly to a major exchange would be safe to do.

I see BTC as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions.
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August 27, 2019, 01:07:32 AM
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Anyone know whats the deal with Nicehash,  Ive been always mining to an external address, they don't say
anything about what happens after sept 10,  do they just transfer everything over or do I lose everything + the rest of
the bitcoin owed to me when they got hacked? cause I don't have an email attached to my address?
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Anyone know whats the deal with Nicehash,  Ive been always mining to an external address, they don't say
anything about what happens after sept 10,  do they just transfer everything over or do I lose everything + the rest of
the bitcoin owed to me when they got hacked? cause I don't have an email attached to my address?


If you load the newest miner you can just put the same address in and I think it will work for you.

I have three old addresses owed coins I will test it out.

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Are any of you guys in this thread testing out mining with NAVI (RX 5700 series) with the new AMD driver that just came out?
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nah I havent touched an 5700 yet.  Waiting for the rest of the lineup.  Claymore has not updated his miner but people say they get about 50-55mhs on ETH for 150watts or so.  Still too expensive on a $ per hash metric vs an RX470. 
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September 07, 2019, 02:58:59 AM
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Are any of you guys in this thread testing out mining with NAVI (RX 5700 series) with the new AMD driver that just came out?

Thinking to replace my 1080tis for 5700s. I could make $100 per replacement, save some power and get another 3 year warranty while retaining the same hash rate.
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Are any of you guys in this thread testing out mining with NAVI (RX 5700 series) with the new AMD driver that just came out?

Thinking to replace my 1080tis for 5700s. I could make $100 per replacement, save some power and get another 3 year warranty while retaining the same hash rate.

I think the 1080Ti will keep much of its value 3 years from now than a new 5700 would - so depreciation wise it's better to stick with the 1080Ti unless you have bad energy rates or thermal issues.
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