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How would a protocol know if you were sending them to an exchange, another person, a retailer, etc.? Am I missing something here? It would seem to me that it's either enforced at the most basic level to apply to all addresses and all transactions or none of them. But to be honest since nothing (to my knowledge) has been developed with a TX limit thus far... maybe it simply doesn't work at all?

Honestly I have no idea lol, just guessing tbh. I guess we'll have to wait and see what happens when TheLAWNOOB posts back smile.gif
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Which pool are you on? I'm just looking for a good stable pool that doesn't throw my rigs into waiting to reconnect all the time.

None of the DOGE pools that I've seen are stable enough for the computer to run by itself for several days without it disconnecting for good at least once or twice. I've tried Multipool, dogchain, doghouse, Coinium, Nut2Pool etc. They all have a high stale rate and instability issues frown.gif
The cryptotroll pools are good, at least the WDC one has been rock solid for me since they opened it. They just started a DOGE pool and have Bottlecaps as well. http://doge.cryptotroll.com/
It might be a little slow, only 40Mh/s right now, but it would be nice if they could catch on. Their WDC pool was at 100Mh/s + up til last week, when DOGE exploded and they made the DOGE pool, bunch of them switched over.
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You don't need powered risers for 16x slots, and sometimes you want to stick to regular ones if using dual psu setups.
Some risers cut the cables that feed the card off the pci-e slot, and have their own molex/sata/pci-e (last one is the ideal one) plug. If yours cut the power from the board you can use all powered with dual psu safely, otherwise it's a bit risky since you might overload the card/slot/*riser and kill something in the process if you feed a card 12v both from the powered riser and the slot.

Where did you read this info? I'd like to read it myself, definitely don't want to be destroying any cards...
post #10193 of 22321
I transferred 2 million Nuts to freshmarket.co.in without a problem.

They were sent in 2 one million transfers, both of them showed up within minutes. Right now I'm selling 1 million at 0.00004321 LTC per NUT, another million at 0.00005 LTC per NUT.
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I transferred 2 million Nuts to freshmarket.co.in without a problem.

They were sent in 2 one million transfers, both of them showed up within minutes. Right now I'm selling 1 million at 0.00004321 LTC per NUT, another million at 0.00005 LTC per NUT.

So is that 50 LTC per Million NUT?
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So is that 50 LTC per Million NUT?

43LTC for the first million, 50 LTC for the second million.

The price is based on the guideline of 0.0001 USD per NUT.

I think the lowest you guys should sell at is 40 LTC for 1 million NUT. We'll all be rich if we stick to the guidelines biggrin.gif
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43LTC for the first million, 50 LTC for the second million.

The price is based on the guideline of 0.0001 USD per NUT.

I think the lowest you guys should sell at is 40 LTC for 1 million NUT. We'll all be rich if we stick to the guidelines biggrin.gif

Blimey! Thats Nuts!!

Wished I'd mined 10s of millions now instead of just 2.7M!!
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post #10197 of 22321
Like a BOSS! biggrin.gif

I'd throw some up there but that exchange is unbearably slow for me... like 1 minute page load slow... I can't deal with that. I cashed everything out of my CoinEx accounts because it was too slow for me to tolerate and it's like greased lightning in comparison.
post #10198 of 22321
freshmarket was loading just fine for me minutes ago. I guess everybody found out about it and busy selling their nuts.

When you sell your nuts, don't go nuts and sell low.

Your nut is worth more than 0.00004 LTC.
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I consider my nuts to be just about priceless personally... but my NUT will be listed at no lower than that... don't see the point and why not keep the market healthy... unfortunately, not everyone will feel that way I'm afraid. redface.gif

I get gateway and database error messages when I try to connect to it.
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Originally Posted by TheLAWNOOB View Post

freshmarket was loading just fine for me minutes ago. I guess everybody found out about it and busy selling their nuts.

When you sell your nuts, don't go nuts and sell low.

Your nut is worth more than 0.00004 LTC.

Yeah I just signed up, and now it won't load! Dammit! I want to sell a Million! I have an electric bill to pay lol I also now want to invest in a massive mining rig for Nut too lol
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