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post #311 of 21987
My post got lost on the last page.

You need these things for a pool:

Backend (Pushpool)
Front End (mmcFE)
A standard SECURED LAMP stack.
At least a 20MBps symmetrical internet line
A decent server.

Let me tell you though, it is a PITA to set one up properly because the coding on the git was originally done by monkeys.
post #312 of 21987
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Originally Posted by GeekMan View Post

My post got lost on the last page.

You need these things for a pool:

Backend (Pushpool)
Front End (mmcFE)
A standard SECURED LAMP stack.
At least a 20MBps symmetrical internet line
A decent server.

Let me tell you though, it is a PITA to set one up properly because the coding on the git was originally done by monkeys.

Well Ivan Is from South America so he is used to dealing with Monkeys lol so he could figure it out lol.

But still it would be a OCN staff thing..

In the section rules it says we cannot use the OCN Name or promote our own pools.
    
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Ugh, my motherboard or possibly my cpu died on my backup/mining rig, overnighted a new motherboard so I can get this baby back up
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post #314 of 21987
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Right now, Overclock.net has not created any pools. I don't know if there will be an official Overclock.net pool in the future or not.

You will want a big pool so you don't end up waiting for a long time to hit a block if you have bad luck, so an exclusive pool might not work out well tongue.gif
Oh i see, thanks!
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It has been stated that you can't have a pool on behalf of OCN's name but you can create a pool with its members.
never saw that, lol. OCN started to do this kind of stuff after the group buy that failed miserably (scythe fans) and although this might be bad on my side i totally support this decision.I actually meant making something like a folders lounge, but instead a mining pool. only the OCN members would be allowed in and of course only miners would be in.
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My post got lost on the last page.

You need these things for a pool:

Backend (Pushpool)
Front End (mmcFE)
A standard SECURED LAMP stack.
At least a 20MBps symmetrical internet line
A decent server.

Let me tell you though, it is a PITA to set one up properly because the coding on the git was originally done by monkeys.

can you explain the first 3 things? i have a poweredge from dell (R710) it has something like 12 cores (2 cpus x6 core) and is totally kick ass. after my dad decided to rent servers instead of owning them because not many people know how to operate them, i got my hands on one, and it is just lying around biggrin.gif If this is helpful and might be somewhat profitable on my end (even just paying for electricity and some of internet is ok with me) i might just go ahead and with the help of you guys open a pool!
 
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can you explain the first 3 things? i have a poweredge from dell (R710) it has something like 12 cores (2 cpus x6 core) and is totally kick ass. after my dad decided to rent servers instead of owning them because not many people know how to operate them, i got my hands on one, and it is just lying around biggrin.gif If this is helpful and might be somewhat profitable on my end (even just paying for electricity and some of internet is ok with me) i might just go ahead and with the help of you guys open a pool!

I started out on a PowerEdge T710. Decided to go offsite so I didnt have the security risk of an open server running in my home. If you cant set up a LAMP stack, good luck setting up a pool. Unfortunately it involves a lot of custom code.
post #316 of 21987
Hmmm so my main system seems to be ok after a WB failure.


Remember this thread is about BitCoin LiteCoin DigitalCoin and all other coins.

Get all your information from one place so there is not need to read a Bunch of random threads Cause mining differences are so small a bunch of threads is not needed. lol
    
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Hey Hokies, could you put up a list of good places to exchange Bitcoins and Altcoins in the OP of this thread? I think everyone including myself would really appreciate it. thumb.gif
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It's in the op but you have to look for it. Here you go:
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These are all the ways to convert Bitcoins into real dollars. You can sell them directly for the currency in the country you live in using any of these:
https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Selling_bitcoins

OR I just convert them to gift cards say using BTCBuy.info. All you'd do is similar to a bank wire transfer. You'll transfer the Bitcoins from your Bitcoin Wallet to the Payee's Bitcoin Wallet Address. 2-3 hours later you'll get a gift card with the amount that you paid in bitcoins.

You can even trade bitcoins for items or things:
https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Trade#Electronics
https://www.spendbitcoins.com/
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post #319 of 21987
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Is it possible to open a pool for OCN and OCN members only? hokies and ivan seems to know enough to handle one biggrin.gif

It's pretty hard to manage a pool...
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Originally Posted by GeekMan View Post

My post got lost on the last page.

You need these things for a pool:

Backend (Pushpool)
Front End (mmcFE)
A standard SECURED LAMP stack.
At least a 20MBps symmetrical internet line
A decent server.

Let me tell you though, it is a PITA to set one up properly because the coding on the git was originally done by monkeys.

Yup, a friend has a few alt coin pools, he's from England so I get a lot of latency when connecting... *.ahmedbodiwala.tk (replace * by arg, dgc, wdc, ltc, hyc, and a few more newer alts)
He told me it's a PITA and had lots of problems setting them up.

I would add the main exchanges if they're not there:

www.localbitcoins.com
www.campbx.com
www.btc-e.com
www.vircurex.com
www.mcxnow.com
www.cryptsy.com
www.bter.com

And add this: http://www.cryptocoincharts.info/
Useful for day trader wannabe's...like me xD
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Thanks for the tips guys! So most alt currencies have to go through BTC. :/
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