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Damn I accidentally withdrew 6 million Nuts into my deposit address (same address).

Anyone did this before?

Shouldn't make any difference... if you included a fee then the miners will process it and you'll have exactly the same balance as before... if you didn't the worst that would happen is it remains an unconfirmed transaction which never truly removed the funds from the sending address... in which case you did nothing.

I haven't done that myself, but as I see it - the transaction should be no different than a send with change address receiving 100% back as change due to their not actually being a unique recipient address - but I could be wrong on that aspect.
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What motherboard is it? You might have to short pin A1 and B17 on the PCI-Ex 1x

That did do it, when I first booted the system, the bios still tried to recognize it as a new floppy and had even turned the floppy back on, but I turned it off again and it's running perfectly now. That's greatly appreciated, it saved me from having to run another rig for one card, or buy another mobo and RAM to go with it. I've still got another MSi R9 280X Gaming card coming Friday, and it looks like I'm gonna have to get a bigger PSU. I tried the other day to run a fourth card on my 1000 watt PSU using peripheral plugs to 6 pin adapters, but the PSU was having no part of that. Your help is greatly appreciated. thumb.gifthumb.gifwink.gif
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nah I missed that.

I will just leave it now & let it do its thing?

looked like everyone was panic selling tbh rolleyes.gif

oh well hopefully that 300 wall will move by tonight smile.gif

are you still minng UTC? biggrin.gif
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That did do it, when I first booted the system, the bios still tried to recognize it as a new floppy and had even turned the floppy back on, but I turned it off again and it's running perfectly now. That's greatly appreciated, it saved me from having to run another rig for one card, or buy another mobo and RAM to go with it. I've still got another MSi R9 280X Gaming card coming Friday, and it looks like I'm gonna have to get a bigger PSU. I tried the other day to run a fourth card on my 1000 watt PSU using peripheral plugs to 6 pin adapters, but the PSU was having no part of that. Your help is greatly appreciated. thumb.gifthumb.gifwink.gif

Good to hear, what kind of cards where the 4 that you tried on the 1000w?
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Good to hear, what kind of cards where the 4 that you tried on the 1000w?

They're all PowerColor R9 270X DEVIL cards. That being said, I'm now running 3 cards, two of the DEVIL cards and one Sapphire R9 270X OC 4GB cards on one Corsaire 860 watt PSU right next to them.
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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

I agree. I seriously doubt that any of the cryptos currently circulating will be the one (or 5,10,???) that will ultimately mature into an online financial transaction protocol with as broad an adoption as the Internet itself... but I do firmly believe that there will be plenty of time to transfer a good deal of the wealth represented in the current crop of coins into whatever currency it/they is/are. There is a huge amount of work to be done and we're definitely still in the beta stages (maybe even alpha) - as the current BTC malleability issues are highlighting... however, the principles are sound IMO and I too believe in the long term prospects.

I also believe in not putting all one's bets on a single horse... but find the 'sport' compelling in and of itself! Any payoff potential above and beyond seeing first hand how this phenomenon ultimately unfolds/evolves is just gravy! biggrin.gif
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Any tips for someone who would like to start?


http://chinese.vr-zone.com/101020/amd-radeon-r7-265-pitcairn-pro-ready-to-fight-back-geforce-gtx-750-ti-and-make-radeon-280-stanby-02112014/

dual 7950s on the R9 280?

Very Science... Very science indeed amd.
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dual 7950s on the R9 280?

Very Science... Very science indeed amd.

Umm! My Chinese is failing me at the moment.
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I agree. I seriously doubt that any of the cryptos currently circulating will be the one (or 5,10,???) that will ultimately mature into an online financial transaction protocol with as broad an adoption as the Internet itself... but I do firmly believe that there will be plenty of time to transfer a good deal of the wealth represented in the current crop of coins into whatever currency it/they is/are. There is a huge amount of work to be done and we're definitely still in the beta stages (maybe even alpha) - as the current BTC malleability issues are highlighting... however, the principles are sound IMO and I too believe in the long term prospects.

I also believe in not putting all one's bets on a single horse... but find the 'sport' compelling in and of itself! Any payoff potential above and beyond seeing first hand how this phenomenon ultimately unfolds/evolves is just gravy! biggrin.gif

It seems you have noticed that at the moment, I am playing a one horse wonder and that's true, but provided difficulties stay low, sometime tonight I should cross the 10M Nutcoin mark, I've already determined that once I get there, it's time to start mining to earn a little real profit. I don't intend to abandon Nutcoin by any means, but I need to diversify my portfolio so to speak, while at the same time continuing to support Nutcoin in the hopes that one of these days these Nutcoins will become more than just cannon fodder. thumb.gif
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