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Too much traffic?


Maybe, or possibly they're over their allotment of bandwidth... Just hoping it's nothing shady going on with all the hacking of late, I have an array of trade transactions waiting, worth about .3 BTC I was hoping to withdraw. That screen message has been greeting me for the past 2+ hours. :/
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780 KH/s on one of my extra 780 Ti Reference cards. They're beast overclockers. On stock voltage they will all do 1300mhz.

That's undervolted @ 1292mhz.

Memory doesn't matter with cudaminer FYI guys.

You da man.

I am getting about 310 kh/s now and will play with it more later.
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WOW HashCo.ws is really stepping up with the recent security breach! 100% reimbursement for the accounts affected and reduced pool fees for everyone. https://hashco.ws/update.php

Sucks that the attack took place, but glad to see the devs stepping up.
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WOW HashCo.ws is really stepping up with the recent security breach! 100% reimbursement for the accounts affected and reduced pool fees for everyone. https://hashco.ws/update.php

Sucks that the attack took place, but glad to see the devs stepping up.

For truth.

I did ask about a 2-factor log in system in their IRC channel, however, the dev did not respond.
    
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Here's an ABC news article about the recent Dogewallet hack.

I hope the owner reimburses a lot of those coins as well.
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Here's an ABC news article about the recent Dogewallet hack.

I hope the owner reimburses a lot of those coins as well.

 

Jeez, I would imagine that those kinds of websites would have beefy security.

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Here's an ABC news article about the recent Dogewallet hack.

I hope the owner reimburses a lot of those coins as well.

what a dumb article.
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I would never leave my coins in an online wallet.
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I would never leave my coins in an online wallet.

I actually have about 1 BTC in Blockchain.info, but I use 2FA, have made an offline backup of the JSON key decrypter, and stored it in a few flash drives. Due to the way it handles sensitive information, it's the only online wallet I'd trust to use.
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Where are you guys trading doge for ltc?
    
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