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Finally got my ASIC block erupters working. To help out those in the future who come across this, here's what I did.

Installed the Silicon Labs software to make them visible on COM ports.

Used BFGMiner 3.8.0, Win7 64bit version.

Created a new shortcut for bfgminer.exe (per BTC Guild instructions).

Used the following as the target line for the shortcut:
Code:
"[Installation Drive]:\[Folder]\[Subfolder]\bfgminer-3.8.0-win64\bfgminer-3.8.0-win64\bfgminer.exe" -o http://stratum.btcguild.com:3333 -u [worker] -p 123 -S erupter:all

It appears it was the icarus instructions that were making it not work right.
Edited by Tohru Rokuno - 12/29/13 at 11:21pm
 
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Man, eac diff is skyrocketing......
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Man, eac diff is skyrocketing......

I think Middlecoin has jumped on. Not sure, but it's pretty likely.

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I think Middlecoin has jumped on. Not sure, but it's pretty likely.

Nope, just checked the diff mining with them, whatever they are currently mining has a lower diff than EAC currently has.
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I already stated I prefer dealing with cash...people in the US seem to be lazy and prefer to get $$$ via coinbase or campbx, I personally wouldn't but well.

I can't seem to find anyone in my area within reasonable driving distance so that isn't even an option, which leads me back to having to trust and deal with websties/individuals with my personal information. No, nothing risky about that....
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I can't seem to find anyone in my area within reasonable driving distance so that isn't even an option, which leads me back to having to trust and deal with websties/individuals with my personal information. No, nothing risky about that....

localbitcoins.com should help, I really can't believe you have a hard time finding people to buy coins with cash nearby. People are going nuts over cryptocoins lately.
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What is the value of EAC looking like? Sitting on 16K of them right now.

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What is the value of EAC looking like? Sitting on 16K of them right now.
its currently at 0.0000087-86. i have been buying and selling it all day. it has been climbing steadily. so far my 5000 i been playing with has netted me .05 BTC biggrin.gif. thats .00001 per coin which is above market
Edited by Namwons - 12/30/13 at 12:38am
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Doesn't Tim Horton's take BTC now? If not, soon smile.gif
 
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I believe someone mentioned a Canadian exchange site but I don't remember its name.
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