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July 25, 2010, 05:44:57 AM
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They aren't all for me  Grin

But will be necessary for the project I'm working on that will make extensive use of the system.

May I ask what project you will be working on?
A payment system for an ISP and a Visa-like card for a bank that can be charged with Bit Coins to make payments with it's value fixed to market prices on the fly.

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July 25, 2010, 06:30:43 AM
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As long as no one freaks out, screen shot attached. I blurred out relevant areas. This is also why I had issues with the all the Nenolod claims in the other topics.

sick...
sick hash rate, too.

359.41 here.

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July 25, 2010, 12:40:53 PM
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They aren't all for me  Grin

But will be necessary for the project I'm working on that will make extensive use of the system.

May I ask what project you will be working on?
A payment system for an ISP and a Visa-like card for a bank that can be charged with Bit Coins to make payments with it's value fixed to market prices on the fly.

with that many bitcoins you will own most of the banks  Cheesy
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July 25, 2010, 06:12:46 PM
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It is fun to fantasize about it, but all that coin will be put to work rather than sit around as a retirement fund. Not all of it was generated, a lot of it was bought through members here and through the market sites that trade out USD for Bit Coin. The two clients I'm working with are going to need a good supply to start with should the idea take off in the business world. That amount will only represent about 1% of all possible Bit Coins in the future and a lot of it will be spent back into the BitCoin economy once things take off, so while it's fun to have it all right now (and yes, multi-version hourly backups of that wallet file do happen) I know that it will soon be gone back into the digital world here in a month or two. I know that no one would want to buy that much and it would never sell in the market place for more than it took to purchase it all, so the ideal answer is to make it work for everyone.

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July 25, 2010, 07:25:32 PM
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I own 5200 bitcoins.  Grin  

How many bitcoins do you own?  Let us know to boast ur wealth, or let us know how little you have so we can have pity for you.

hmmm...
after almost 2 weeks, pretty much 24/7?
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and those came from bitfaucet!!
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July 26, 2010, 07:09:09 AM
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I only have 50.16.

Good luck with your project knightmb

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July 26, 2010, 03:20:20 PM
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 Shocked The knight is Bruce Wayne!  I knew it.

I have over 10,000 khash/s running and haven't seen a new coin since 7/18.  This is getting weird.

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July 26, 2010, 03:26:47 PM
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I have 80, of which 50 generated. I have a quad core generating hashs 24/7 since I first read about bitcoin, some 3 weeks ago, and within the first 48 hours I got a block... "what a deal" I thought, and wondered if I could actively cover the price of electricity wasted on keeping said machine on 24/7.

A few days passed, and nothing more. Had my laptop generating too, although ~1000khash/s as opposed to the 3400khs the desktop was pumping. Then difficulty got to 181 from 40 something, and I'm honestly thinking of turning off generation and hope some others do to, to try and drive difficulty down a bit!
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July 29, 2010, 04:12:59 PM
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I currently own ~1% of the available bitcoins today.

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August 02, 2010, 05:05:28 PM
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229.48.  Generated some, bought some on Mt.Gox.  Looking to accumulate through deft trading.  Will use any profits to patronize merchants.

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August 02, 2010, 09:33:27 PM
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I currently own ~1% of the available bitcoins today.
Did you own them before or after the value went from $0.01 to $0.10?

If before, in round numbers, what was your gain in USD?  Just asking  Wink
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August 04, 2010, 03:27:37 PM
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23 BTC after running a week at 2000khash/s

Not generated a block yet, i got those 23 from friends.

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August 05, 2010, 06:30:53 PM
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23 BTC after running a week at 2000khash/s

Not generated a block yet, i got those 23 from friends.

What are these "friends" and where do you get them?
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August 08, 2010, 11:42:58 AM
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23 BTC after running a week at 2000khash/s

Not generated a block yet, i got those 23 from friends.

What are these "friends" and where do you get them?

It's called "real life" i think :p

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August 08, 2010, 08:32:40 PM
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A payment system for an ISP and a Visa-like card for a bank that can be charged with Bit Coins to make payments with it's value fixed to market prices on the fly.

Are we talking smartcards or simple magnetic strips? because if it were smartcards you could actually negate the necessity to even use a central trusted authority; the smartcard could do all the crypto that the user's PC normally does.

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August 09, 2010, 12:04:33 AM
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Are we talking smartcards or simple magnetic strips? because if it were smartcards you could actually negate the necessity to even use a central trusted authority; the smartcard could do all the crypto that the user's PC normally does.
Do you mean that a smartcard could be a Bitcoin client?  Or just a wallet and keyholder?  Or?
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August 09, 2010, 12:26:53 AM
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Are we talking smartcards or simple magnetic strips? because if it were smartcards you could actually negate the necessity to even use a central trusted authority; the smartcard could do all the crypto that the user's PC normally does.
Do you mean that a smartcard could be a Bitcoin client?  Or just a wallet and keyholder?  Or?

That could be interesting. A smartcard that contain the computing power of a smartphone today.

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August 09, 2010, 09:03:36 AM
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This smartcard stuff should be in it's own thread.
I think it's worth discussing, but it is hard to find in here.
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August 09, 2010, 12:22:14 PM
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Are we talking smartcards or simple magnetic strips? because if it were smartcards you could actually negate the necessity to even use a central trusted authority; the smartcard could do all the crypto that the user's PC normally does.
Do you mean that a smartcard could be a Bitcoin client?  Or just a wallet and keyholder?  Or?

yes, the smartcard could be a bitcoin client, however, as EMV cards, it does require a trusted terminal because you will otherwise not know if the terminal is submitting the amount you are expected to pay or not.

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April 30, 2013, 11:06:50 AM
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Nice necro Goat.

I bet knightmb's life is pretty damn nice right now Smiley

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