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Originally Posted by coachrex View Post

I'm hoping you guys realize now that mining Bitcoins like this indirectly facilitates illegal activity.

It allows your PC to serve as Proxy Servers for websites like Silk Road, which has been shut down.

In short no it does not I believe you are confusing the Tor network with mining bit coins, someone correct me if I'm wrong but mining bitcoins does not make you part of the Tor network

Not to mention every single person indirectly facilitates illegal activity somehow just gotta play 10 degrees of seperation
Edited by racer86 - 10/6/13 at 3:22pm
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Can anyone confirm this cex.io thing? If so, I can get 5 GH/s already
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Originally Posted by coachrex View Post

I'm hoping you guys realize now that mining Bitcoins like this indirectly facilitates illegal activity.

It allows your PC to serve as Proxy Servers for websites like Silk Road, which has been shut down.
You're confusing mining bitcoins with running as a relay on the Tor network. Mining bitcoins isn't illegal activity in any countries to my knowledge.
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Can anyone confirm this cex.io thing? If so, I can get 5 GH/s already
Well I've had just over 1 GH/s hashing for about 6 hours now and have a total of 0.0004 BTC. tongue.gif It was just released two days ago though, so it's definitely a new service.
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So the GH/s will only mine btc correct?
But how much time would it take to mine 1BTC?
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So the GH/s will only mine btc correct?
But how much time would it take to mine 1BTC?
Yes it only mines bitcoins and only at GHash.io.

At current difficulty it would take 5GH/s around 75 days to generate 1 BTC. Keep in mind though the difficulty is increasing around 30% every week and a half or so, so that would be inaccurate. But I figured it out at the Genesis Block, buying today for 0.2 BTC, if the difficulty increased 30% every change it would make a profit of around 0.11 BTC before it's completely worthless. Also keep in mind you can resell them, but of course if you resell it when 1 GH/s does absolutely nothing it will sell for very cheap.
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Seems like a very crappy choice to me then. I'm getting more than that with my scrypt coins. Not sure its worth it to me. May be to others though. To each his own.
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Seems like a very crappy choice to me then. I'm getting more than that with my scrypt coins. Not sure its worth it to me. May be to others though. To each his own.
Well I was going to buy a few block erupters to mine with a Raspberry Pi which would come out to around 0.6 BTC just for the miners for around 1 GH/s. I got it this way for a third of that price, I'm happy with it.
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cgminer --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://middlecoin.com:3333 -u [...................................] -p x --intensity 13 -g 1 --thread-concurrency 8192

You are fine, problem is your driver version and the bios on your cards probably. Gotta experiment with that. Try -g 2 and use 12.8 as I've already explained.
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Originally Posted by coachrex View Post

I'm hoping you guys realize now that mining Bitcoins like this indirectly facilitates illegal activity.

It allows your PC to serve as Proxy Servers for websites like Silk Road, which has been shut down.

Nope, you got it all wrong, and your privacy is a right...I don't approve of Silk Road but I also don't approve of the NSA's prism program.
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Can anyone confirm this cex.io thing? If so, I can get 5 GH/s already
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Seems like a very crappy choice to me then. I'm getting more than that with my scrypt coins. Not sure its worth it to me. May be to others though. To each his own.
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Originally Posted by cam51037 View Post

Well I was going to buy a few block erupters to mine with a Raspberry Pi which would come out to around 0.6 BTC just for the miners for around 1 GH/s. I got it this way for a third of that price, I'm happy with it.

Better to invest in hardware, those securities are nice to mine for a while and then resell that's all they're good for. If you keep them you get burned.
You can mine ppc with your erupters, or ZET.
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Let's see, where to begin with...what I write is what I heard from the mouth of capable coders (realsolid amongst others)...and what's up with the attitude?

Last I checked, RealSolid hasn't done any coding for the Linux kernel, nor has he written the program that nearly every miner uses for mining. BFGMiner is written by that scumbag Luke-Jr, and he's definitely not someone I would trust writing code for something I use.


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I'm hoping you guys realize now that mining Bitcoins like this indirectly facilitates illegal activity.

It allows your PC to serve as Proxy Servers for websites like Silk Road, which has been shut down.

Why did you bother posting the idiotic thing you wrote?


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Mining bitcoins isn't illegal activity in any countries to my knowledge.

Incorrect, Bitcoin is illegal in Thailand. That's about it, though.
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Last I checked, RealSolid hasn't done any coding for the Linux kernel, nor has he written the program that nearly every miner uses for mining. BFGMiner is written by that scumbag Luke-Jr, and he's definitely not someone I would trust writing code for something I use.
Why did you bother posting the idiotic thing you wrote?
Incorrect, Bitcoin is illegal in Thailand. That's about it, though.

If the guy won't bother fix bugs and support newer gpus then I don't give a darn bout him and won't support his program...I'm sure a guy who does c++ can evaluate a program's code too.
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