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December 03, 2015, 05:12:02 AM
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I am having some troubles getting the Solarcoin client to to work on my Raspberry Pi.
It arrived yesterday so I installed raspian ( the official OS )

This is the first time I am using Linux... I was able to extract the Solarcoin files by executing the .run installer using terminal...
However When I open the Solarcoin folder and i try to open Solarcoin-qt it asks me if I want to execute this file. When I press yes nothing happens. There is also a option to execute in terminal but then the terminal window pops up for like half a second and disappears again.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.


eidt: It looks like it's not working because the raspberry Pi deosn't support 64 Bit programs...
Maybe we could get a 32bit version out there?

The Raspberry Pi is an ARM based processor as well so the wallet would need to be compiled specifically for it as far as I know.

Yes but if the wallet executable was 32bit it would work right? why is there no 32 Bit version available?

You could create a Hackintosh easier than deal with a Pi.

I think the total cost for this one is $199 with mSata but there may be cheaper options.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HVKLSVC?psc=1

Total breeze to setup and if you use an Apple Keyboard you are solid under Apple Terms since it states must be used with apple hardware.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b2IpDB4nrME

Build your own too:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yc_AEfOpEL0
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December 03, 2015, 04:02:20 PM
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Maybe we should get Arny to be our ambassador  Cool

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+1.... lets hope he will take SLR for payment  Grin
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December 03, 2015, 10:07:01 PM
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I am having some troubles getting the Solarcoin client to to work on my Raspberry Pi.
It arrived yesterday so I installed raspian ( the official OS )

This is the first time I am using Linux... I was able to extract the Solarcoin files by executing the .run installer using terminal...
However When I open the Solarcoin folder and i try to open Solarcoin-qt it asks me if I want to execute this file. When I press yes nothing happens. There is also a option to execute in terminal but then the terminal window pops up for like half a second and disappears again.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.


eidt: It looks like it's not working because the raspberry Pi deosn't support 64 Bit programs...
Maybe we could get a 32bit version out there?

The Raspberry Pi is an ARM based processor as well so the wallet would need to be compiled specifically for it as far as I know.

Yes but if the wallet executable was 32bit it would work right? why is there no 32 Bit version available?

You could create a Hackintosh easier than deal with a Pi.

I think the total cost for this one is $199 with mSata but there may be cheaper options.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HVKLSVC?psc=1

Total breeze to setup and if you use an Apple Keyboard you are solid under Apple Terms since it states must be used with apple hardware.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b2IpDB4nrME

Build your own too:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yc_AEfOpEL0

Thanks I decided to go with this http://www.amazon.com/Intel-Boxed-Compute-Windows-Pre-Loaded/dp/B014N4CZE2/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1449180214&sr=8-2&keywords=pc+stick

i'm hoping it will work
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December 04, 2015, 01:47:19 AM
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I am having some troubles getting the Solarcoin client to to work on my Raspberry Pi.
It arrived yesterday so I installed raspian ( the official OS )

This is the first time I am using Linux... I was able to extract the Solarcoin files by executing the .run installer using terminal...
However When I open the Solarcoin folder and i try to open Solarcoin-qt it asks me if I want to execute this file. When I press yes nothing happens. There is also a option to execute in terminal but then the terminal window pops up for like half a second and disappears again.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.


eidt: It looks like it's not working because the raspberry Pi deosn't support 64 Bit programs...
Maybe we could get a 32bit version out there?

The Raspberry Pi is an ARM based processor as well so the wallet would need to be compiled specifically for it as far as I know.

Yes but if the wallet executable was 32bit it would work right? why is there no 32 Bit version available?

You could create a Hackintosh easier than deal with a Pi.

I think the total cost for this one is $199 with mSata but there may be cheaper options.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HVKLSVC?psc=1

Total breeze to setup and if you use an Apple Keyboard you are solid under Apple Terms since it states must be used with apple hardware.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b2IpDB4nrME

Build your own too:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yc_AEfOpEL0

Thanks I decided to go with this http://www.amazon.com/Intel-Boxed-Compute-Windows-Pre-Loaded/dp/B014N4CZE2/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1449180214&sr=8-2&keywords=pc+stick

i'm hoping it will work

It said 32-bit OS preinstalled, I thought you needed 64-Bit. You can put Windows 10 on the box I quoted. I don't like Win10 though and wouldn't put Crypto on it. Win10 pushes all kinds of addins that invade privacy etc.

Costs are pretty close too, I would doubt that stick has enough power to really do the trick but might be interesting just to try it though.
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December 04, 2015, 01:58:41 AM
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I am having some troubles getting the Solarcoin client to to work on my Raspberry Pi.
It arrived yesterday so I installed raspian ( the official OS )

This is the first time I am using Linux... I was able to extract the Solarcoin files by executing the .run installer using terminal...
However When I open the Solarcoin folder and i try to open Solarcoin-qt it asks me if I want to execute this file. When I press yes nothing happens. There is also a option to execute in terminal but then the terminal window pops up for like half a second and disappears again.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.


eidt: It looks like it's not working because the raspberry Pi deosn't support 64 Bit programs...
Maybe we could get a 32bit version out there?

The Raspberry Pi is an ARM based processor as well so the wallet would need to be compiled specifically for it as far as I know.

Yes but if the wallet executable was 32bit it would work right? why is there no 32 Bit version available?

You could create a Hackintosh easier than deal with a Pi.

I think the total cost for this one is $199 with mSata but there may be cheaper options.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HVKLSVC?psc=1

Total breeze to setup and if you use an Apple Keyboard you are solid under Apple Terms since it states must be used with apple hardware.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b2IpDB4nrME

Build your own too:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yc_AEfOpEL0

Thanks I decided to go with this http://www.amazon.com/Intel-Boxed-Compute-Windows-Pre-Loaded/dp/B014N4CZE2/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1449180214&sr=8-2&keywords=pc+stick

i'm hoping it will work

It said 32-bit OS preinstalled, I thought you needed 64-Bit. You can put Windows 10 on the box I quoted. I don't like Win10 though and wouldn't put Crypto on it. Win10 pushes all kinds of addins that invade privacy etc.

Costs are pretty close too, I would doubt that stick has enough power to really do the trick but might be interesting just to try it though.

Ok, good advice from CryptoNick, especially the backdoors that were inherently created for Windows 10. Crypto isn't safe on this platform. We've ordered "ViviMini UN42 (Windows 8.1)" I think suggested by mattwj44.

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December 04, 2015, 02:04:50 AM
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Reading list for the holiday season: Wow, I am going to spend a lot of time indoors..
If anyone else here has read any of these and has comments please let me know or any other suggestions.
I think SolarCoin, with its 38 million% increase in carbon efficiency compared to Bitcoin per user has a long way to go.

"Bank 3.0 Why Banking is No Longer Somewhere you go but Something you do." Brett King.
"The End of Banking: Money, Credit, and the Digital Revolution." Jonathan McMillan
"Digital Gold: Bitcoin and the inside story of the Misfits and Millionaires Trying to Reinvent Money." Nathaniel Popper
"Cryptocurrency: How Bitcoin and Digital Money Are Challenging the GLobal Economic Order." Paul Vigna, Michael J. Casey.

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December 04, 2015, 02:24:07 AM
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Hi im new to this
can this coin be solo mined.
allso i have 9.2kw of solor panels do i get free coins.
cheers all Huh

roadhog. Yes you can claim coins for your electricity generated.  just go to the site www.solarcoin.org . you are entitled to claim 1SLR per/ 1MWH generated.  You can solo mint (not mine) the coins with an expected rate of return around 2%/annually.  The coin uses a proof of stake algorithm which uses far less energy/carbon.  see analysis here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1QzIA5Nd3pVRGn2c48Oc_dqpImrOfYlwp74UzHXjArdE/edit?usp=sharing

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Hi Roadhog, I think your roof has been mining coins already. They are worth a lot Smiley

Cheers,
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December 04, 2015, 02:25:21 AM
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Reading list for the holiday season: Wow, I am going to spend a lot of time indoors..
If anyone else here has read any of these and has comments please let me know or any other suggestions.
I think SolarCoin, with its 38 million% increase in carbon efficiency compared to Bitcoin per user has a long way to go.

"Bank 3.0 Why Banking is No Longer Somewhere you go but Something you do." Brett King.
"The End of Banking: Money, Credit, and the Digital Revolution." Jonathan McMillan
"Digital Gold: Bitcoin and the inside story of the Misfits and Millionaires Trying to Reinvent Money." Nathaniel Popper
"Cryptocurrency: How Bitcoin and Digital Money Are Challenging the GLobal Economic Order." Paul Vigna, Michael J. Casey.

-lfloorwalker


I haven't read any of them myself but it looks like some interesting reading you're going to do.
Might have to try and source one or two of them myself and give them a read.

Just remember sunlight is your friend.  Smiley

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December 04, 2015, 06:14:11 AM
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I am having some troubles getting the Solarcoin client to to work on my Raspberry Pi.
It arrived yesterday so I installed raspian ( the official OS )

This is the first time I am using Linux... I was able to extract the Solarcoin files by executing the .run installer using terminal...
However When I open the Solarcoin folder and i try to open Solarcoin-qt it asks me if I want to execute this file. When I press yes nothing happens. There is also a option to execute in terminal but then the terminal window pops up for like half a second and disappears again.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.


eidt: It looks like it's not working because the raspberry Pi deosn't support 64 Bit programs...
Maybe we could get a 32bit version out there?

The Raspberry Pi is an ARM based processor as well so the wallet would need to be compiled specifically for it as far as I know.

Yes but if the wallet executable was 32bit it would work right? why is there no 32 Bit version available?

You could create a Hackintosh easier than deal with a Pi.

I think the total cost for this one is $199 with mSata but there may be cheaper options.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HVKLSVC?psc=1

Total breeze to setup and if you use an Apple Keyboard you are solid under Apple Terms since it states must be used with apple hardware.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b2IpDB4nrME

Build your own too:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yc_AEfOpEL0

Thanks I decided to go with this http://www.amazon.com/Intel-Boxed-Compute-Windows-Pre-Loaded/dp/B014N4CZE2/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1449180214&sr=8-2&keywords=pc+stick

i'm hoping it will work




How does it work? I have always wondered about those as I want to run that setup too if possible since it is awesome & practical!
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December 04, 2015, 07:17:05 AM
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I am having some troubles getting the Solarcoin client to to work on my Raspberry Pi.
It arrived yesterday so I installed raspian ( the official OS )

This is the first time I am using Linux... I was able to extract the Solarcoin files by executing the .run installer using terminal...
However When I open the Solarcoin folder and i try to open Solarcoin-qt it asks me if I want to execute this file. When I press yes nothing happens. There is also a option to execute in terminal but then the terminal window pops up for like half a second and disappears again.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.


eidt: It looks like it's not working because the raspberry Pi deosn't support 64 Bit programs...
Maybe we could get a 32bit version out there?

The Raspberry Pi is an ARM based processor as well so the wallet would need to be compiled specifically for it as far as I know.

Yes but if the wallet executable was 32bit it would work right? why is there no 32 Bit version available?

You could create a Hackintosh easier than deal with a Pi.

I think the total cost for this one is $199 with mSata but there may be cheaper options.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HVKLSVC?psc=1

Total breeze to setup and if you use an Apple Keyboard you are solid under Apple Terms since it states must be used with apple hardware.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b2IpDB4nrME

Build your own too:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yc_AEfOpEL0

Thanks I decided to go with this http://www.amazon.com/Intel-Boxed-Compute-Windows-Pre-Loaded/dp/B014N4CZE2/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1449180214&sr=8-2&keywords=pc+stick

i'm hoping it will work




How does it work? I have always wondered about those as I want to run that setup too if possible since it is awesome & practical!

I can tell you more about it tonight. Im going to buy it today and test it to see if it works... I will keep you updated
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December 04, 2015, 07:20:10 AM
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I am having some troubles getting the Solarcoin client to to work on my Raspberry Pi.
It arrived yesterday so I installed raspian ( the official OS )

This is the first time I am using Linux... I was able to extract the Solarcoin files by executing the .run installer using terminal...
However When I open the Solarcoin folder and i try to open Solarcoin-qt it asks me if I want to execute this file. When I press yes nothing happens. There is also a option to execute in terminal but then the terminal window pops up for like half a second and disappears again.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.


eidt: It looks like it's not working because the raspberry Pi deosn't support 64 Bit programs...
Maybe we could get a 32bit version out there?

The Raspberry Pi is an ARM based processor as well so the wallet would need to be compiled specifically for it as far as I know.

Yes but if the wallet executable was 32bit it would work right? why is there no 32 Bit version available?

You could create a Hackintosh easier than deal with a Pi.

I think the total cost for this one is $199 with mSata but there may be cheaper options.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HVKLSVC?psc=1

Total breeze to setup and if you use an Apple Keyboard you are solid under Apple Terms since it states must be used with apple hardware.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b2IpDB4nrME

Build your own too:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yc_AEfOpEL0

Thanks I decided to go with this http://www.amazon.com/Intel-Boxed-Compute-Windows-Pre-Loaded/dp/B014N4CZE2/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1449180214&sr=8-2&keywords=pc+stick

i'm hoping it will work

It said 32-bit OS preinstalled, I thought you needed 64-Bit. You can put Windows 10 on the box I quoted. I don't like Win10 though and wouldn't put Crypto on it. Win10 pushes all kinds of addins that invade privacy etc.

Costs are pretty close too, I would doubt that stick has enough power to really do the trick but might be interesting just to try it though.

I would have needed somthing that supports 64 on linux.... However the solarcoin wallet is 32 bit for windows so it should work. Im also getting windows 8 with it, and i'm thinking about installing windows 7 instead
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December 04, 2015, 05:24:03 PM
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I love seeing all these power efficient PC's... looking forward to the posts to see who can use one to run a wallet, and then take it to the next level & power it with battery/solar panel only  Smiley
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I love seeing all these power efficient PC's... looking forward to the posts to see who can use one to run a wallet, and then take it to the next level & power it with battery/solar panel only  Smiley

Oh, many people have been powering PCs with solar for quite a while.  My workshop has a 225w panel that keeps 2x12vx120Ah (24v) batteries on-line.  A small HP tablet (TC1100) (win XP) which originally took 18v from a mains power brick manages to get by nicely on the 26v off the batteries and draws <20w  (<1 amp).   Chugs away happily doing all manner of monitoring tasks around the house and runs my SLR wallet.  Linked by WiFi to my domestic router.   The biggest power drain is the HDD and I do need to put a SSD in there sooner rather than  later, but half decent PATA / IDE 3.5 SSDs are like unicorn sh!t.... Yes it is that old Smiley

The TC1100 will run 200+ hours off the battery pack alone, but the 225W panel keeps that pack fully charged and plenty to spare to run the bilge pump that drives the waterfall in the garden feature too.  I love DC Smiley

You can use one of these fancy little USB/HDMI plugs, but an old baby laptop is way cheaper (mostly free) and once you dump the internal battery and get a solid state drive into them, they work very well off a battery supply.  12v is tricky and needs a up-voltage booster to a minimum of 18v, and these are quite inefficient.  But 24v is golden.  The regulator in the PC/laptop can handle that extra 6v easily.

I have so much solar off the shed 'mini grid' that I am thinking of putting a couple of ASIC miners back on-line - but to mine what is the better question.

Checkout Paladin.nz for the latest creation.  Or as my wife says - 'for 40 years you have been dicking around in the shed and at last you have made something that other people actually need.'   Actually it works extremely well and we have a modular design so loads other than the hot water element can be managed. 

I have the J1772 EV charging protocol sorted and my house PV (4.2KW) happily charges the Leaf whenever it is plugged in and there is any spare solar over the minimum accept for the car's charger (1.5KWh).  Now that is cheap motoring at about 7km/KW, since our marginal FIT is now NZ$0.08c.  So giving power back to the grid is just rewarding the rogues and thieves that control it.  Hence Paladin's purpose and creation.

Now that the Paladin production line is out of my shed and into commercial production here in NZ, I have a source of surplus mother & daughter boards that don't require hours of soldering and fiddly work that hurts my back and eyes.  I am considering putting a basic 'kit form' Paladin together for home assembly.  If and when I do I will only be selling it for SLR.  The market will be small, and my margins are high - so I will not need to repatriate the SLR to FIAT in those circumstances.  The interesting thing is how to price it.

So I will throw this question open to the group here :  If I put together a comprehensive, plug and play Paladin kit that will have to sell for approximately US$200 all inclusive to be viable, what SLR value should I put on it?  Right now SLR is pretty stable  so I could presumably just do a simple conversion and make it around 16K SLR.  It would be interesting to see what selling a few of these without recovering FIAT would do to the SLR market.  Thoughts?

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If you want to value anything in SLR you may want to stick with the rule of 1SLR = $0.01(more or less) for now since that seems to be what it dances around & is easy for the math overall.


so $200 item = 20,000 SLR 

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Reading list for the holiday season: Wow, I am going to spend a lot of time indoors..
If anyone else here has read any of these and has comments please let me know or any other suggestions.
I think SolarCoin, with its 38 million% increase in carbon efficiency compared to Bitcoin per user has a long way to go.

"Bank 3.0 Why Banking is No Longer Somewhere you go but Something you do." Brett King.
"The End of Banking: Money, Credit, and the Digital Revolution." Jonathan McMillan
"Digital Gold: Bitcoin and the inside story of the Misfits and Millionaires Trying to Reinvent Money." Nathaniel Popper
"Cryptocurrency: How Bitcoin and Digital Money Are Challenging the GLobal Economic Order." Paul Vigna, Michael J. Casey.

-lfloorwalker


I haven't read any of them myself but it looks like some interesting reading you're going to do.
Might have to try and source one or two of them myself and give them a read.

Just remember sunlight is your friend.  Smiley

In terms of books and reading. I would strongly recommend :http://www.economicprinciples.org/wp-content/uploads/ray_dalio__how_the_economic_machine_works__leveragings_and_deleveragings.pdf  It is written by the world's most successful asset manager. For those who explore my linked in profile, you will see why. 

Credit mentioned in the PDF above and currency are forms of created money. One of the ways of judging a currencies maturity is its unit evolving into a reference for credit.  BTC still doesn't have any bonds issued in it.  The future is still too uncertain and few people are "earning" or have business with projectible BTC revenues.  SLR on the other hand is different, facilities have likely production curves and could therefore leverage expected SLR claims against a credit/debt obligation.

Once a stable and more valued SLR emerges then a world of credit opens up which makes SLR more useful as an incentive for the facility owner.  10KW of panels could crudely be estimated to be 13.1 SLR/YR @th 15% grant rate x 25Yrs of estimated facility usefulness.= SLR 327. With a $20 price point that is $7,540 in expected SLR with an inflation rate likely lower than the fiat financing currency, that is useful for a 10KW install that might be financed at $4/w=$40,000.   That of course requires a stable or growing network of 500k participants.

Solarcoin (§ SLR) are like airmiles. Each 1 Mhw generated gets you §1 free. Solarcoins can purchase what others will trade: USD,BTC, Soy candles..etc.
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December 05, 2015, 02:00:24 AM
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I am having some troubles getting the Solarcoin client to to work on my Raspberry Pi.
It arrived yesterday so I installed raspian ( the official OS )

This is the first time I am using Linux... I was able to extract the Solarcoin files by executing the .run installer using terminal...
However When I open the Solarcoin folder and i try to open Solarcoin-qt it asks me if I want to execute this file. When I press yes nothing happens. There is also a option to execute in terminal but then the terminal window pops up for like half a second and disappears again.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.


eidt: It looks like it's not working because the raspberry Pi deosn't support 64 Bit programs...
Maybe we could get a 32bit version out there?

The Raspberry Pi is an ARM based processor as well so the wallet would need to be compiled specifically for it as far as I know.

Yes but if the wallet executable was 32bit it would work right? why is there no 32 Bit version available?

You could create a Hackintosh easier than deal with a Pi.

I think the total cost for this one is $199 with mSata but there may be cheaper options.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00HVKLSVC?psc=1

Total breeze to setup and if you use an Apple Keyboard you are solid under Apple Terms since it states must be used with apple hardware.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b2IpDB4nrME

Build your own too:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yc_AEfOpEL0

Thanks I decided to go with this http://www.amazon.com/Intel-Boxed-Compute-Windows-Pre-Loaded/dp/B014N4CZE2/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1449180214&sr=8-2&keywords=pc+stick

i'm hoping it will work




How does it work? I have always wondered about those as I want to run that setup too if possible since it is awesome & practical!

Just wanted to let you know the Intel PC stick is up and running and everything works just fine. It's a bit slow but perfect for staking solarcoin without using too much power!
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Nice! Are you able to remove/close some programs and turn off the monitor to see what the lowest possible hourly power usage is for the PC stick when staking?
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Nice! Are you able to remove/close some programs and turn off the monitor to see what the lowest possible hourly power usage is for the PC stick when staking?

Just an FYI, Affiliates sites are moving along nicely http://www.solarchange.co/  www.solcrypto.com .  The operating model going forward will likely see these 2 sites develop software and back-ends fro web-based wallets, direct inverter feeds etc. that are available for sub affiliate licensing.  Anyone interested in a sub-affilaite country should reach out.  Canada and India are currently in talks. 

PM me for intro's to the affilaites if you are interested in representing a countries claims process and want some form of Turn-key platform to support your efforts. Everything under the sun is up for grabs but going fast.

Nick

Solarcoin (§ SLR) are like airmiles. Each 1 Mhw generated gets you §1 free. Solarcoins can purchase what others will trade: USD,BTC, Soy candles..etc.
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December 05, 2015, 03:16:19 AM
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Moving along nicely i see.

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