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Wow 100wpm. I thought i was one of the fastest at 85-90wpm. Everyone always comments on what it sounds like when i type lol. Nice 100 smile.gif

In all honesty that's pretty much only for the test I took some years ago and I was simply going for the speed... in normal use I probably am only around 65-75wpm with good accuracy. But I can definitely type much faster than I can talk. biggrin.gif

Also when I hit my 100 (I believe it was on Mavis Beacon but it might have been something else) it took me almost 20 runs to get the magic number and by that time my hands were so sore I could barely use them the next day... ah the things that way too much time and way too much beer - yeah lets say it was beer for the sake of argument - will do to you. biggrin.gif

If you average 85-90 all the time you're incredible! And yeah the noise is one of the reasons I prefer the low, membrane actuator keyboards over manual ones - despite being able to type faster on those... the sound gets really annoying after a little while as it just starts sounding like a paper shredder always running. frown.gif
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Can you explain what you mean here, are you saying it's more profitable to solo mine Doge/LTC than joining pools OR it's more profitable simply trading instead of mining ? If it's the former can you explain how you came to those findings ?

Sorry, I guess I wasn't too clear in that post. It's definitely more profitable to mine at pools - especially with coins that have a higher difficulty - my point was simply that auto-switcher pools, although very simple and convenient - waste so much resources for an unknown profitablity. In the case of middlecoin this is quite likely to actually wind up producing less BTC per day on any given rig than simply mining a coin with relatively low profitability... it's just that bad! redface.gif This is due to many things but mostly flaws in their switching/profitability algorithms. Middlecoin is particularly egregious in this as my screenshot demonstrates:

During slightly under 90 seconds of mining the difficulty adjusted 5 times (with at least 1 coin change, possibly more), there were 6 NB stratum updates and two restart requests. The important thing here is that absolutely no significant work was being done during that time... and any work that was actually getting performed was being tossed out due to restarts from new blocks or coin changes. When you couple that with the fact that they indicate much higher than average reject rates at the pool... and you're wasting a ton of energy and time - to get whatever BTC the pool operator exchanges for when they do the dumps... something that is almost guaranteed to not occur at optimal times.

I would definitely not recommend mining LTC and soon (assuming the diff keeps going back up) not DOGE either - as it will definitely make you more of either coin if you're mining a newer, lower-diff coin and exchanging it for the desired currency you wish to hold. However, if that currency is BTC, it stands to reason that those looking for convenience might consider pools like middlecoin.com - and if they take some time to analyze their returns, are likely to find out they could have made more than twice as much by doing the 'back-end work' themselves. thumb.gif

EDIT: Wow... it's really dead in here... sorry about the double-post guys. biggrin.gif
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Protoshares.

Just, Protoshares.
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Hey Digicidal! wave2.gif

your right about it being dead in here!

I think everybody is off looking what there options are instead of doge & possibly looking at updating there MH as they have seen the dip after the big boosts we have had lately.
either that or they all have exams & are busy doing other stuff.

just wondering what do you think is best coin to mine atm, Max has died now hehe!

maybe there should be a coin of the day thread Lol? what you think?

as for auto switching pools, I think they need to update asap to which coins there mining.

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If Doge stops being profitable then I'm really at loss as to which coin is the next easy no brainer. q_q
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Protoshares.

Just, Protoshares.

spoken by MR green team haha.

I wonder if Maxwell will be any good for mining. its something ive been looking out for anyway.

you never know they could be making something wicked with AMD eating all there sales.

I hope they do anyway then gpu prices may actually come down in price!

SAVE US NIVIDIA! biggrin.gif
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Hey Digicidal! wave2.gif

your right about it being dead in here!

I think everybody is off looking what there options are instead of doge & possibly looking at updating there MH as they have seen the dip after the big boosts we have had lately.
either that or they all have exams & are busy doing other stuff.

just wondering what do you think is best coin to mine atm, Max has died now hehe!

maybe there should be a coin of the day thread Lol? what you think?

as for auto switching pools, I think they need to update asap to which coins there mining.

tongue.gif

I think the majority of them are always going to be slightly behind the curve in that regard as they are making money just fine - it's the actual miners that are getting screwed regularly. Yeah Max has been dying a not-all-that-slow a death over the past week... but there's been some good volatility in it as a result. There's really just a ton of garbage coins without anything new to generate revenue from recently. I've gone back to MEOW from time to time as the difficulty drops off a cliff once the news/price drops off, but I think there's still a little upside to it. Can't really say for sure until I see what a couple of days mining generates... seems like right around .03BTC/day at the current difficulty, but that's nearly doubled in the past 12 hours so I think it will be back to junk status in almost no time at all.

It seems like most of the switcher pools are hitting DOGE and TIPS (and I wish they would stop mining DOGE already...) but that's really confusing to me as TIPS is at a single satoshi in value... even though you can mine a ton of them... it shouldn't even be half as profitable as MOON - which should have already been retired as complete garbage by now.

As far as a coin of the day thread - there are resources like that already (though not on OCN) but it basically amounts to either one person's biased opinion or a pissing contest between 5-6 different coins' zealots/evangelists. I think it's ironic that things have cooled off now that BTC's value has fallen... yet that should make alts even more attractive as they now should either be trading higher against BTC or at the very least it's a good time to accumulate BTC as the value is more likely to be oversold and thus show more upside potential once faith is restored. I guess there are those that feel that BTC is finished simply because a primary exchange for it was written by mentally-challenged orangutans - but if you don't believe in BTC... how can you believe in alt-coins whose very value is entirely measured relative to BTC's?!?! redface.gif

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If Doge stops being profitable then I'm really at loss as to which coin is the next easy no brainer. q_q

It's possible there isn't a next no-brainer... I think that's what many people are missing as an outside possibility. It's possible (not necessarily my opinion, but still a possibility) that the crypto-coin 'goldrush' is already played out. If there's not something to generate true-demand for a new coin... then there's not any profit potential in it. In that way it really is like a ponzi scheme. Once you run out of people willing to dump new money into it in order to chase profits realized by earlier adopters... the artificial demand disappears instantly. Other than BTC,LTC,NMC and DOGE there are few other coins that anyone wants (at least more than they want fiat or those coins already listed). Things like WDC, PPC, FTC and maybe a couple others are outside possibilities simply because of their age and familiarity (but even that's mostly contained within the mining community and not the public at large).

The real question you have to ask yourself is: "If no one were there to buy my coins... which one would still be worth mining?" If you can answer that question... I'd say mine it and don't worry about it. On the other hand if you can't afford to just gamble with your electricity and hardware costs... then it might be more worth it to just sell everything and exchange the fiat for a coin to believe will appreciate long term - or invest the same amount in something/someone else you believe in. wink.gif
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spoken by MR green team haha.

I wonder if Maxwell will be any good for mining. its something ive been looking out for anyway.

you never know they could be making something wicked with AMD eating all there sales.

I hope they do anyway then gpu prices may actually come down in price!

SAVE US NIVIDIA! biggrin.gif

You're kinda stealing my thunder here, I've been saying for a while that I hope either of the manufacturers will come out with either a line of cards or even a single card exclusively designed for mining, it wouldn't have to have all the fancy monitor connectors, just the standard DVI connector would work fine. While AMD is the king of the hill in mining at the moment, AMD is actually a pretty small company, which is part of their problems trying to compete with Intel and they've got their hands into a lot (some say too many) of different ventures right now and their resources are pretty thin to take on a new design project. For that reason, I think that if someone were to actually design a mining line or even a single card, the best chances might lay with nVidia. I can tell you this though, if the tech magazines (which they are) are noting the shortage of many AMD video cards due to increased interest in mining, then so are AMD and nVidia. I just posted a link to a magazine's site last night where they mention this very thing. If you believe in market forces, you have to believe that some sort of move will come to better accommodate miners to help them maybe in reducing the cost of cards by not having so many bells and whistles, but also in terms of efficiency (watts v. Kh/s) and especially if the ASIC for scrypt mining ever really does start to work, be sure that AMD doesn't want to lose the sales it considers to be in their back pockets (provided they aren't taking us for granted).

I think there's a lot at play here, including Bitcoin's success or failure as the market standard, at the moment, it appears to me the market as a whole is down on Bitcoin's woes. I think Bitcoin is pretty entrenched as the standard, but when there is weakness, there could opportunity for another to move in. As I've said before: "Hang onto your nuts (Nutcoins) boys... and girls, we could be in for a bumpy ride." biggrin.gif I think it's going to get very interesting in the world of cryptocurrencies over the next 10 years or so, for everybody involved whether it be miners, manufacturers, the coins themselves, exchanges and acceptance by retailers and the general public. I seriously believe that we are only seeing what is the tip of the iceberg of what is to come in all these areas. It's all brand new though and some very uncharted territory, for sure, there is going to be some ups and downs along with some hard knocks and bruises that take place along the way, but opportunities are going to be here for people who are keeping their eyes, ears and their minds open to new possibilities and that is really what makes this so exciting and a place I want to have my hand in along with all of you. wink.gif
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Digicidal
im mining that coin you hate atm, the one which sparked are little debates hehe!

I wont say what it is, as I don't want the diff soaring up atm! its already climbed a little the last couple of days. wink.gif

hopefully BTC should bounce back after all this drama with gox is over!

roulette

I hope one of them makes something more energy efficient at least, power costs for us in the uk is really high.
although those new low power asic's & some 400w solar panels would be awesome wink.gif

imagine that free power & bunch of asic's running from laptops with solar panels & wind turbine's all over your house biggrin.gif

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