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its fine they were having capacity issues. theyve added servers now to compensate

EDIT: is 8192 thread concurrency good for 6850s or should it be higher?
Thanks not sure about 6850 though.
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Meh, lot of people complaining about not being able to get dollars for crypto. I share that pain too, but getting dollars wasn't the intention of crypto in the first place so don't be surprised if it becomes difficult.
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I don't know why, but I can't seem to connect to the Doge port on multipool anymore. Cgminer pops up, but it never starts mining. When I choose port 7777 it connects fine, but 3352 doesn't work. I'm mining at HashFaster's pool for the time being. Dunno what's up with that, but haven't been able to connect to multipools DOGE for a couple days now.

EDIT: If I connect to the EU pool to mine DOGE it works. Anyone else having problems mining DOGE at the US pool?

EDIT2: Ewwww MADDD STALES at the EU pool. Back to HashFaster!

In other news, I hit 150k DOGE this morning thumb.gif
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Just saying buddy.. You sure do complain a lot about Crypto..

If you don't like the temperature then get out of the water!

Its an internet based currency for now and yes it will need some time to mature to the point where we have Crypto ATM's on every corner and everything is regulated with rules.

If you dont like the wild west that is Crypto then I would wait for the pioneers to settle it for you tongue.gif

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Edited by RavageTheEarth - 12/30/13 at 7:31am
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Multipool was down this morning maybe that was the issue.
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Has anyone ever dealt with support on BTC-e? Yesterday they said I have to wait 2 days to withdraw my funds, now today it's three days. I sent a ticket but have no idea how quickly they tend to respond. It says within 72 hours. I have a hard time believing that.
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Multipool was down this morning maybe that was the issue.

It's been like this for days mad.gif
I just tried again and still no luck.
stratum+tcp://pool1.us.multipool.us:3352
This doesn't work
stratum+tcp://pool1.eu.multipool.us:3352
This does work, but I get a ton of stales and rejects. HashFaster reports my correct has of 1.9MHash/S (not that it really matter), but I get almost no stales there.
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Has anyone ever dealt with support on BTC-e? Yesterday they said I have to wait 2 days to withdraw my funds, now today it's three days. I sent a ticket but have no idea how quickly they tend to respond. It says within 72 hours. I have a hard time believing that.

Why couldn't you withdraw funds? Did you change your password?
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I'm not in the US either. It's called convenience and availability. We don't all have a "guy" standing on the corner waiting to pay cash. 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....

When it comes to buying/selling bitcoins in person, most of the time it is the bitcoin seller putting himself at a greater risk of fraud.

It's much easier to rip off someone as a bitcoin buyer because if you ask to get your bitcoins first you can quickly dash off and it will be nearly impossible to get a police report on you about the stolen currency, and no way to reverse the transaction due to the nature of cryptos. On the other hand if you are buying bitcoin and the seller tries to steal your cash, you can still chase him and physically get your cash back. Still, that's not any more dangerous than a typical Craigslist purchase. Generally speaking bitcoin sellers can be trusted a lot more than the buyers.

There have been several stories I read where the buyer would get nervous when he is told to hand over the cash first, and then he walks out claiming the seller tries to rip him off. That's usually a case where the buyer was trying to steal and he is projecting.
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By the way, is anyone here jumping on Mooncoin? Launch is less than 90 minutes away.
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By the way, is anyone here jumping on Mooncoin? Launch is less than 90 minutes away.
I will, gonna set one of my miners on multipool for mooncoin
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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

 

So it looks like I'll be holding on to my coins for a bit.

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