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Originally Posted by JMattes View Post

I do not follow DOGE coin so I will not claim to know what it's about or what it will do, but I do follow the BTC-e market and have watched two other ALT coins rally in the last 48 hours and double in worth from $4 to $8.. so there is potential in some of these ALT coins to make a huge leap forward even its only a pump and dump...

Then again those ALT coins were previously that value prior to the crash but took longer to recover..

Try holding on to it a bit longer... the short game on these coins are so hard because the market is NUTS

I saw that, pity I don't do it but I expect some make big money on those alt coins.
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Originally Posted by hyp3rtraxx View Post

I bought 2 *r280x xfx cards to mine litecoins to begin withbut i get to low hash rate, can anyone takea look at mine cgminer.config pls?


{
"pools" : [

{
"url" : "stratum+tcp://litecoinpool.org:3333",
"user" : "hyp3rtraxx.miner",
"pass" : ""
}
]
,
"intensity" : "13,13",
"worksize" : "512,512",
"kernel" : "scrypt",
"lookup-gap" : "2",
"thread-concurrency" : "8192,8192",
"temp-cutoff" : "95",
"expiry" : "120",
"failover-only" : true,
"gpu-dyninterval" : "7",
"gpu-platform" : "0",
"gpu-threads" : "2,2",
"log" : "5",
"no-pool-disable" : true,
"no-submit-stale" : true,
"queue" : "2",
"scan-time" : "25",
"scrypt" : true,
"device" : "0,1"
}


And that atre my configfor 2 cards crossfired and i get only like 255khs-500khs?? No idea whats wrong im such noob, thanks in advance!

Everything looks alright other than Thread Concurrency, my 280x like it at: 22336, 1 of them likes it at 22272, not sure why. My Asus DC2 280x with stock clocks similar config as yours and that TC get 750kh/s

Also my worksize is at 256.

One other thing I have noticed with these cards is that they run a lot better when cool. If I keep them 70C or below, they will have typically .5% invalid shares. If they start getting up, 72-73C that might shoot up to 1.5% and they don't usually go much higher than that in temps so I don't know if it scales worse or not.
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is it safe to run a 7790 with only 1 molex to 6pin? cause on the OCZ 750w psu i bought on ebay only came with a 6pin plus a cable with 3 molex... right now i have 3 video card( 2x7850 + 7790) running on the psu. 1 is connected with the 6pin, one with 2 molex to 6pin and the 7790 with 1 molex to 6pin... all is powering up and hashing but i feel like its not safe lol
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Don't know if anyone else is trying giftcoin but getting sick of these crappy launches... first 30 minutes were supposed to be for solo mining but couldn't find the giftcoin.conf, then couldn't get the wallet to sync and when I finally did, the 30 minutes were up and everyone was jumping into the pools... So we'll see how that plays out but seems like I'm getting about 1 in 5 rejects.. Not the best numbers... Also think the front ends are getting bombarded a bit so not sure how I'm doing.. guess I'll know soon enough...
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Originally Posted by PCSarge View Post

so basically i did some figuring and figured out doge in massive volume, is still useless at its current price, so ive left 500khash on it just to let it pile up.

in the meantime ive dropped about 850khash on LTC just to see how fast i can produce 1 coin, if i can make 1 ltc a day at corrent BTC exchange of 0.03x31 days in a month its $837 which pays for alot of things, including into my saving up for a trip to england this coming summer.

0.03 btc atm = on average about $27-$30 (ball park figure not exact, ive been following trends for 3 days)

and if 850khash can make me $837 a month.... imagine what all of my 20 mhash will do if switched over

I mined LTC a few weeks ago for about a week before switching to more profitable coins. This is when it was even a bit easier and at 860khash I netted about .28LTC a day. If that helps thumb.gif
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Did you contact support over this? Sounds like a volume issue more than them trying to screw everyone over.


I did ofc, via their support email addy, & I've still heard nothing back from them. I have at this point, 5 deposits that are MIA still, and no reply at all as to what's going on. Not to mention, I sent them the times/block chains showing the deposits for them to verify it all. I'm not the only one either, many others are reporting the same issue with BTer across the web last night/this morning (local time). The losses are around 3.68 MMC, a nearly trivial amount to be sure, but that's also a few hours of elec losses as well.

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Originally Posted by DiGiCiDAL View Post

Yeah, I've noticed a slowdown on there - but nothing that leads me to suspect anything nefarious. I've always been moving from there to BTC-e as my sold coins (mostly DOGE) get exchanged. Sometimes it's almost instantaneous, other times it takes 20 minutes... but it's not like I haven't seen similar behavior on 'real' trading sites (brokerage sites). Not everyone has the server capacity to handle a huge influx of trades... and with BTC price making a move after being relatively static - it's not surprising everyone is trying to grab some rather than sitting on their alt-coin piles.

I've seen lags on simply loading their front page during the past 12hrs... so my guess is that either they are being DDOS'ed or (more likely) their servers are merely running at close to their load capacity at the moment.
I mostly exchange right away... but that's because I basically only have faith in the long-term prospects of BTC and I'm not willing to risk throwing away hash-time on the outside chance that I could get much more later on. That being said I will usually analyze recent exchange-rate trending and try to time/price the conversion at an optimal rate. I just make sure that I don't keep anything longer than 2 weeks outside of BTC... I don't have enough time to micro-manage this process... I still make way more at my job - so that takes precedence. tongue.gif


Well, like I said, there's no reason to suspect anything as of yet, since the deposits since are showing up correctly. On the other hand, I still have more than a couple deposits & verifiable block chains that indicate funds were sent, but never were credited to my BTer account, nor show any sign of the transaction at all in the deposit screen at BTer. Were it just a slow down, they should have appeared in my account over the last 12 hours, being that they were sent between 13-18 hours ago, but they have not.


The last 3 deposits on the BTer screenie show the gap in the recieved vs. sent transfers quite clearly, and the missing ones are highlighted on the 1GH pic.











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Originally Posted by Rar4f View Post

I don't think it's Ypool that's the issue. I am new to mining and i haven't mined once. So it must be a error on my part.
Also is it normal for Malware bytes to say that mining related softwares and files are viruses?

I got Trojan and some other stuff up when i scaned in Safemode and it was in the Mining folder with GUIMiner etc.


Run it through VirusTotal.com scanner if you have any real question of it's legitimacy, but it's highly unlikely that is anything but a false positive detection.


Just an FYI, there are a lot of AV false positives with miner programs, because many actual viruses, rootkits, etc. have included miners in them in the past few years. So the AV/AM scanners just automatically assume they are malware, mostly because they couldn't detect the actual rootkit/virus/malware components otherwise (or they were just to lazy to do any real research into what mining is really about).


They tend to use the miner signatures as a flag of an actual infection (laziness, again), which they aren't, assuming you downloaded the miner & didn't just find it running in your system. Incidentally, a large portion of antivirus programs label them (almost) all as trojans, even though they are not.
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Well I decided to sell my 42 LTC that I had been keeping for awhile. They were worth a high of $1800 but I sold them for $1009. Needed the money to build the mining rig. Going with five Sapphire Dual-X R9 280X's on one of the ASRock H81 Pro BTC boards as soon as they are available on Newegg. I could have bought the motherboard from www.taobao.com but the prices are about $10 more than the original board and shipping is an extra $20 through buychina.com so I decided to pass on the boards. Will wait until Newegg has it. Purchased the PSUs, the HDD, the CPU and the RAM. Will be purchasing the graphics cards about mid next week.

That leads me to my next thing. If you guys need some powered X16 to X1 risers that aren't super inflated, you can buy them from www.taobao.com through www.buychina.com. I purchased 5 of these but they also have these ones as well.

*DISCLAIMER* Purchase at your own risk, I assume no responsibility if anything bad happens. This will be my first purchase from www.taobao.com through www.buychina.com but I have read good things about them.

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I think this should be in the OP for all US folk.

http://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/1uccfz/i_am_a_tax_attorney_here_are_my_answers_to_the/

If you haven't provided your SSN to anyone, I would say you are in the clear. My mom, who was in banking for 20+ years says this is the only way that the income through Bitcoins or other coins could be taxed. When I signed up for coinbase, they did not ask for my SSN so I should be good.

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coinbase has your bank account, and your bank has your ssn
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