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I dont know if I am allowed to mention pools here or anything (i am not keen on the new rules please correct me if i post anything im not supposed to i will edit it). But there was a launch today of mooncoins and it was the biggest first day launch of a coin I have ever seen (possibly the biggest altcoin launch ever asside from litecoins im sure). within the first hour multipool hit over 1.5gh/s on there moonpool. This is unheard of. I would like to spread the word to my fellow OC.net friends as this is probably going to be the next big coin (im sure everyone thinks that but i still want to pass the word along).

Check it out for yourself a very secure launch that was NOT pre-mined. Over 15 pools on launch day and already getting hits on cryptsy suggestions:

https://cryptsy.freshdesk.com/support/discussions/topics/49478/page/2
(in a matter of one day this is unheard of)
Heres the info from its main thread on bitcointalk:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=389403.0

They have all the info there on the launch and many pools.

Get in early before the difficulty sky-rockets. I also wanted to recommend the pool i am in as it has a great pool owner and he is very kind and generous. The fee is a minor 1 percent and the server seems to work very good (imo better then multipool was working, atleast for me). ALSO theres a contest hes offering 0.01 BTC to anyone who finds a block in the first 100 blocks (total giveaway = 1 BTC). I already found a block myself! Only 5 found so far it just started! Help support moon coins and the crypto pool:

http://moon.cryptopools.com/

Its going to the moon!

on a side-note dime coins are also on the uprising:
http://www.dimecoin.org/
Edited by dmfree88 - 12/30/13 at 11:55pm
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I bought some Litecoin just before it crashed too.

The one time I play in the markets it all went to hell in a handbasket. I should've stuck to mining. This happened 2 years back when BTC hit $50 and I decided to buy/sell some, that turned out awful too. tongue.gif Sorry guys!

Ya, I bought 100 XPM just at a high .55 (add some 000) and now its at .35ish. Lucky only 100 but sheash. I should start a web guide : Take my advice, do the exact opposite and give me %10 dot come tongue.gif
 
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I bought some Litecoin just before it crashed too.

The one time I play in the markets it all went to hell in a handbasket. I should've stuck to mining. This happened 2 years back when BTC hit $50 and I decided to buy/sell some, that turned out awful too. tongue.gif Sorry guys!

frown.gif For what reason did you buy them at that time?
    
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Woot. 2x R9 290's incoming for me. At Amazon's not too inflated prices.
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Getting my second card running would have to wait. I took apart my XFX 7950 for installing the waterblock and it was not compatible. Instead of selling the block I will sell the card. Hope I can get a superior 7950 with little net loss.

(edit) Damn, I could have gotten a very good MSI 7950 for $250! I had it on my eBay watch list but I forgot to check the auction on my phone as I took the train home. Then it ended. Well, it got relisted. Nuts to this I am paying $350 to end the auction.
Edited by ccRicers - 12/31/13 at 12:12am
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frown.gif For what reason did you buy them at that time?

Which one?
Litecoin? or back when BTC was at rock bottom?

I bought Litecoin because I'm sitting on a big pile of Bitcoin and felt I wanted to try my hand at the market rather than only mining. So I traded up 1BTC for some Litecoin to experiment. 2 nights later, with my insomnia, I saw my reddit feed had a new post - 0 upvotes and only 1. The China bank scare. I immediately knew stuff would hit the fan, went to go sell, and by the time I could get the LTC into the market wallet - it had crashed. So now I'm just holding and waiting for LTC to hopefully go back. Its almost there. Not a huge loss.

As for BTC back when it was like $10. Almost same exact thing. I was mining, wanted to try to buy/sell. I bought in at like $40 something, and then it immediately crashed back down to $5~10.

tl;dr - always do the opposite of what I do when it comes to the market. Even when I do the opposite of what I do, its the opposite. So make sure you wait until I do it first lol
Mining on the other hand...

The urges to play wannabe trader is because USD is so god damn hard to get into the markets. Coinbase has screwed me on over 5 purchases which were in my favor. Dwolla no longer works with Mtgox. Mtgox itself is not useful with USD (waiting 3 months for my money wire). And BTC-E, I just don't want to do anymore bank wires.

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Ya, I bought 100 XPM just at a high .55 (add some 000) and now its at .35ish. Lucky only 100 but sheash. I should start a web guide : Take my advice, do the exact opposite and give me %10 dot come tongue.gif

Thats the spirit! biggrin.gif
Edited by OmegaNemesis28 - 12/31/13 at 12:25am
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I dont know if I am allowed to mention pools here or anything (i am not keen on the new rules please correct me if i post anything im not supposed to i will edit it). But there was a launch today of mooncoins and it was the biggest first day launch of a coin I have ever seen (possibly the biggest altcoin launch ever asside from litecoins im sure).

It's the pump and dumpers networking with each other for their new P&D coin I suppose.

Like sheep went from being wild to being specially bred for fleecing, so have crypto currencies been made for the lulz of the btc-e trollbox
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It was a horrible launch.
Pools were not blocks for a loooong time.
Everyone wanted to get a piece of the P&D pie. Everyone wanted to mine with the lowest difficulty and use the P&D prices after being on a trading website.
But everyone started at the same time. Diff shot up like a rocket. Apart from maybe a few that actually got those first blocks no one won and the mooncoin will be sooner forgotten then any other coin.
Their value is very low, difficulty high. Everyone is back to their favorite coin.
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on a side-note dime coins are also on the uprising:
http://www.dimecoin.org/

8% premined. Why would you advertise this to others?
Edited by Hukkel - 12/31/13 at 5:10am
 
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Is it true that PCIE x1 to x16 risers can be used in PCIE x16 slots?
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Is it true that PCIE x1 to x16 risers can be used in PCIE x16 slots?

True.
    
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