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Stupid Question...

What bitcoin wallet is everyone using?
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Stupid Question...

What bitcoin wallet is everyone using?

I'm using multibit myself.

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Hey guys !

I got an AMD A4-5300 that sleeps all day and a Dell Precision 15'' with a Firefpro M4000 that I could use for mining, I'm aware they might not fetch much, but I don't care about electricity.

Any tips to where to look at for an APU and a laptop GPU that isn't a gaming one ?
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Stupid Question...

What bitcoin wallet is everyone using?

Paper wallets for anything not currently on an exchange or about to be used to purchase something - and blockchain.info for that nominal amount. If I were to do much with BTC at all on a regular basis I'd probably use Armory simply for the added security - but offline paper wallets are even harder to hack. wink.gif

Just remember to sweep your imports when you use the PK and never use that address again. I just run a live-CD of linux with the paper wallet archive on a thumb drive - print 10 addresses at a time, and rotate any change amount left over from whatever transactions online I do - or any profits taken from exchange activity - into a fresh address.
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Hey guys !

I got an AMD A4-5300 that sleeps all day and a Dell Precision 15'' with a Firefpro M4000 that I could use for mining, I'm aware they might not fetch much, but I don't care about electricity.

Any tips to where to look at for an APU and a laptop GPU that isn't a gaming one ?

I'm not sure if FirePro behaves any differently, but I have a Quadro that couldn't mine.......until I downloaded and installed the GeForce drivers for the equivalent hardware. After that, it worked fine smile.gif You'll have to try and see if FirePro works the same.
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Paper wallets for anything not currently on an exchange or about to be used to purchase something - and blockchain.info for that nominal amount. If I were to do much with BTC at all on a regular basis I'd probably use Armory simply for the added security - but offline paper wallets are even harder to hack. wink.gif

Just remember to sweep your imports when you use the PK and never use that address again. I just run a live-CD of linux with the paper wallet archive on a thumb drive - print 10 addresses at a time, and rotate any change amount left over from whatever transactions online I do - or any profits taken from exchange activity - into a fresh address.

Sweet jesus you're at an entirely different level than me lol. Peasant here tongue.gif
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Sweet jesus you're at an entirely different level than me lol. Peasant here tongue.gif

Hehe... well, I was lucky to start on BTC earlier than many (but not nearly early enough to quit my job or buy a yacht or anything like some people). But honestly I did that even when I only had 2BTC to my name - and those 2BTC were worth a little more than a Starbucks latte. Just seemed safer than betting on my hard drive not crashing, or me being stupid and re-installing my system only to discover that the wallet.dat was corrupted on a thumbdrive - I can't count how many of those have just died on me even without much use.

I'm my own worst enemy when it comes to unplanned data-losses... so anything I can simply put on paper and throw in the safe... is one less thing to break a sweat over when I do something stupid. Of course, I also have a tendency to reload my system - or migrate into a different one - almost on a monthly basis... so there's lots of opportunity to do dumb stuff. tongue.gif
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I'm not sure if FirePro behaves any differently, but I have a Quadro that couldn't mine.......until I downloaded and installed the GeForce drivers for the equivalent hardware. After that, it worked fine smile.gif You'll have to try and see if FirePro works the same.
Sweet jesus you're at an entirely different level than me lol. Peasant here tongue.gif

Thank you ! I will seek for information about the FirePro and then try a few settings, I was hoping to get a 50-100kh/s from the APU and probably as much with the FirePro.
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So IF I was looking to mine a coin in hopes it will have a nice inflation bubble within a year or two what coin would I best invest my time in. Im doing dogecoin right now hoping it hits .05 USD.
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So IF I was looking to mine a coin in hopes it will have a nice inflation bubble within a year or two what coin would I best invest my time in. Im doing dogecoin right now hoping it hits .05 USD.

mint coin. most of the coins are going to be mined over the next 5 weeks, and from then its its PoS blocks with one coin per block and most produced by minting. get in while you can.
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mint coin. most of the coins are going to be mined over the next 5 weeks, and from then its its PoS blocks with one coin per block and most produced by minting. get in while you can.

Does this jive with everyone else? Would my 500 KH/s rig be able to mine a decent amount in this time?
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