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well my doge that I bought @ 168 sold @ 285 wheee.gif

now I only wish I went all in rolleyes.gif.wonder if it will break 300 today?

looking at the BTC walls @ 299 & 300 Im not sure it will.
2 more days until the block halving aswell, does anyone think it will climb after or is this the pre pump?

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It reached 300 @ CoinEx.

Ahh, i'm leaving Tokyo on Friday. Ofc im stuck at the plane for 13 Hours right around the time of the halving.
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Is a 750w power supply good enough for two 7950s? Would I have to under-volt? I'm thinking of buying the EVGA 750B for them.

Should be plenty. The 7950's only draw 250w max @ stock so that should give you 250w for the rest. Also you can undervolt them and cut them down to 200-210w each.
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It reached 300 @ CoinEx.

Ahh, i'm leaving Tokyo on Friday. Ofc im stuck at the plane for 13 Hours right around the time of the halving.

I wouldn't worry... after all, this is only the first block reward halving... with many more and rising difficulty on the way. Although hopefully the difficulty will drop back down a little bit because the blocks will be less so if the price appreciation levels off or drops back somewhat the big pools should move to something else for at least some of the time.

Naturally there are two sides to this, but here's a nice blog post that should assuage any fears of a huge post-halving crash (and a good counter-argument in the comments which might do the opposite). redface.gif History will declare the victors, of course, and it all could go 'poof' overnight somehow - but I'm not the only one banking on that not being the case. biggrin.gif
Edited by DiGiCiDAL - 2/12/14 at 4:22am
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I wouldn't worry... after all, this is only the first block reward halving... with many more and rising difficulty on the way. Although hopefully the difficulty will drop back down a little bit because the blocks will be less so if the price appreciation levels off or drops back somewhat the big pools should move to something else for at least some of the time.

Naturally there are two sides to this, but here's a nice blog post that should assuage any fears of a huge post-halving crash (and a good counter-argument in the comments which might do the opposite). redface.gif History will declare the victors, of course, and it all could go 'poof' overnight somehow - but I'm not the only one banking on that not being the case. biggrin.gif

It's my firm belief that what we are currently seeing in the in the cryptocurrency markets and the mining of cryptocurrencies is still in if not its infancy, its adolescent stage from what we will see 5-10 years from now. I hope people are taking note of the fact whether manufactured on real, the scarcity of good GPU's these days. In the case of the equipment, and suppliers, we're in the middle of a gold rush and in gold rushes, it's usually the suppliers of the necessities that make the huge money, but if you pay attention to what is going on there, you can get a sense of what is happening outside of your own little sliver of the whole that you or I personally come into contact with. It's my opinion that there will become cryptos that if they don't outrightly end up dominating the way we do business as a whole, it will become a much bigger player. China and Russia have banned cryptos and they can give you lots of different reasons why they've done it, but it's my belief that they've done it out of fear, the fear that they can't control it. In the end, it may well be that they can't control it and cryptos will end up dragging them both into it whether or not they want to come. I've said it before and I will continue to say it, "I think what we are seeing now is only the tip of the iceberg and hang onto your Nuts boys... and girls, we may be in for a bumpy ride." Success or failure may come down to being in the right place at the right time, where exactly that is, is anybody's guess, but I can tell you this; if you're not in the game, you won't be one of the winners. For now I primarily take it as sport, but in time, this game could and I believe will become a whole lot more serious. I'm gonna ride this horse for a while to see where it takes me and try not to take it too seriously... for now. coolsmiley02.gif
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Damn I accidentally withdrew 6 million Nuts into my deposit address (same address).

Anyone did this before?
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Damn I accidentally withdrew 6 million Nuts into my deposit address (same address).

Anyone did this before?

Umm! Are you saying you paid yourself into the same account? If that's the case, I have to say not yet. biggrin.gif
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Maxcoins down at 0.001 atm. Think Im gonna store my coins in MAXCoins during my thailand vacation.

Smart or should I just go mainstream and stick it in the dogecoin like everyone else and his mother?
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I'm using a 6-7 year old Asus AM2+ motherboard on one of my rigs and every time I try to plug a GPU into one of the X1 PCIe slots, the board tries to recognize it as a floppy drive, even though I've disabled a floppy in the bios options. When I try to run the machine, it posts the fans on the GPU to high, but neither the system or Open Hardware Monitor recognize it as a GPU. Does anybody have any ideas to work around this? Yes, I know the obvious answer... a new motherboard and RAM since it's an old DDR2 board. thinking.gif At first, I thought it was a GPU problem with one of my new cards and went so far as to create a RMA with Newegg, but I did a little further investigating yesterday and that's what I've come up with, the card is good and up and running, but where I thought I could get 4 cards running on this board, I can only get 2 on the 2 PCIe x16 slots.
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I'm using a 6-7 year old Asus AM2+ motherboard on one of my rigs and every time I try to plug a GPU into one of the X1 PCIe slots, the board tries to recognize it as a floppy drive, even though I've disabled a floppy in the bios options. When I try to run the machine, it posts the fans on the GPU to high, but neither the system or Open Hardware Monitor recognize it as a GPU. Does anybody have any ideas to work around this? Yes, I know the obvious answer... a new motherboard and RAM since it's an old DDR2 board. thinking.gif

What motherboard is it? You might have to short pin A1 and B17 on the PCI-Ex 1x

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What motherboard is it? You might have to short pin A1 and B17 on the PCI-Ex 1x


It's the M3N72-D

I can give that a try.
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It's the M3N72-D

I can give that a try.

Just be sure to short the right pins, doing it wrong will fry the board.
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