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Originally Posted by antonio8 View Post

Sorry to repeat this but can anyone tell me if there is a way to get the Coin Wallets into my F drive appdata instead of my C drive appdata?

I installed the wallets on my F drive during installation but the wallets wound up on my C drive.

I have no room left on my C drive ( it is a small SSD Dirve that I used just for windows).

Thanks.

Create a shortcut to the qt.exe file, then right click on it, properties.
Go the shortcut target field, add a space after the .exe and type: -datadir=*insert alternate path*
post #6632 of 22896
Switched over to WDC. WDC and MEC are the 2 I think I'm safest with. I'm interested in LKY as well.

- Actually, back to MEC. I think WDC may be good in future but wow has the difficulty shot up. MEC's a very solid coin.
Edited by jagz - 12/22/13 at 1:48pm
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could we get a Mod to add a Coin-Coin trading subforum? i would love to do some trading of coins (NOT FOR USD OR MONETARY CURRENCY), but i dont feel i trust trading on any other sites. i have been on OCN a long time so i know what to expect from trading/selling here better. or would this not be allowed under ToS?

There's no way they would do this. The regular marketplace already has tons of rules, even if you post in this thread "buying x coin" mods will delete it and possibly warn you. All buy/sell/trade goes through OCN marketplace, and one of the most basic rules they have is that you can only sell physical things, so this would not fit under TOS.

It's too bad, but we can't rely on OCN for all our forum needs tongue.gif I really wish they wouldh have allowed BTC discussion back when it was early, I probably would have hopped on that train a long time ago, could have had some serious money around this time. Oh well, I suppose that's why you shouldn't get all your info from one source.
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i need some help here! downloaded the dogecoin wallet and everytime i try to install it i get this

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i need some help here! downloaded the dogecoin wallet and everytime i try to install it i get this

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i need some help here! downloaded the dogecoin wallet and everytime i try to install it i get this


Where did you download it? Mine didn't even come as an installer, it was just the .exe and files in a .zip file. Not sure about the error though.
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from their site. it came as a zip which i then unzipped and when i click the dogecoin-qt thats what i get

happens with WDC also
Edited by meckert15834 - 12/22/13 at 1:32pm
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Create a shortcut to the qt.exe file, then right click on it, properties.
Go the shortcut target field, add a space after the .exe and type: -datadir=*insert alternate path*

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Originally Posted by ForceProjection View Post

Exactly, although I wouldn't put much faith in BoA's opinions myself (and I happen to know one of the major shareholder/board members personally, he's about as trustworthy as the bank itself).


It will come back around, hopefully slow & steady this time, instead of a rocket like rise, followed by meteoric fall. Even still, the post "crash" fall still carries a valuation far in excess of the preceding years average value. That in & of itself, says much. wink.gif
You'll need to create symbolic links pointing to the appdata files you have on your F: drive. Here's a quick tutorial on how to do exactly that. smile.gif


http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/16226/complete-guide-to-symbolic-links-symlinks-on-windows-or-linux/

Thanks for the help.

Just got back home and will try
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figured it out!

my computer kept changing the date to 2073 when i would restart it .
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Does anyone have an thoughts on the profitability of mining or purchasing hardware to mine, with USD through the 2014 year?

Obviously ASIC devices for BTC are worthless based on difficulty's projected increases unless they are off but what about investing in alt coins? Will we continue to see the steady stream of coins come in to be mined / dumped or will we level out with a few standard alt coins that continue to have a large increase in difficulty as they level out as main coins.

Will purchasing large mining farms or spending say $3500 on a good mining rig still remain profitable or will they begin to taper off like mining bitcoins. Current ROI for hardware for mining alt coins seems to be between 30 an 90 days depending on what you mine.
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Does anyone have an thoughts on the profitability of mining or purchasing hardware to mine, with USD through the 2014 year?

Obviously ASIC devices for BTC are worthless based on difficulty's projected increases unless they are off but what about investing in alt coins? Will we continue to see the steady stream of coins come in to be mined / dumped or will we level out with a few standard alt coins that continue to have a large increase in difficulty as they level out as main coins.

Will purchasing large mining farms or spending say $3500 on a good mining rig still remain profitable or will they begin to taper off like mining bitcoins. Current ROI for hardware for mining alt coins seems to be between 30 an 90 days depending on what you mine.

In my opinion it is not as easy as everyone is making it out to be for becoming profitable. The 30-90 day hardware payoff usually assumes a static difficulty which can be achieved, you just have to take your chances mining new coins all of the time. It is a pretty big risk if you are thinking about spending 3-4k on equipment, and I would expect it to take much longer then 90 days to pay off.

Also there are rumors of ASICS for script coming out Feb 2014, that will be a game changer. How it will change it? I don't know, it could rise the prices and make everyone loads of profit who have coins stored, it could also make script coins worthless because some of peoples perceived value comes form the fact that script is not currently being mined with ASICS.

Edit: Also I think a lot of the profitability will come down to policy in the US and Overseas. There was word that the IRS is threatening companies who are accepting crypto that they are violating some laws, it seems pretty unclear if they are or not, but some companies have stopped taking crypto until it gets sorted out. I think it can take a huge swing in either direction if the US decides they want to embrace it, or policy could force it down the drain.
Edited by blkdoutgsxr - 12/22/13 at 2:52pm
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