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Instead of doing what Jeffinslaw wants to do is it also possible to install wallets onto another computer, and set automatic payouts and set teamviewer up to the other PC to remotely see what is doing what?

Yea you could have each mining setup direct to a worker under one account and then funnel all the funds to one wallet. That's how I have my two mining rigs setup.
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You'll need a wallet server, and a main computer to ssh into the rigs and control them, and a central management point for settings that need to be applied to all rigs at once.
Bamt 1.2 does that nicely, but I'm working with a couple of friends on making a newer and improved *nix Os based on debian wheezy, with similar monitoring and management tools as well as 64bits and cpu mining programs incorporated.
I'll let you know once it's done.

You only need a router/hub/switch thingie and to write down each miner ip for ssh, or use putty and save each miner as an entry.
Or use win, cgwatcher, cgremote or teamviewer and bingo.

I'll keep a look out for your program and OS thumb.gif Since I will only have one mining rig for right now, I will just use a regular monitor and have it basically be a "computer." When I get the full amount of racks running, I will then link them together in one of the fashions you mentioned.

Thanks! +rep!

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Instead of doing what Jeffinslaw wants to do is it also possible to install wallets onto another computer, and set automatic payouts and set teamviewer up to the other PC to remotely see what is doing what?

Yea you could have each mining setup direct to a worker under one account and then funnel all the funds to one wallet. That's how I have my two mining rigs setup.
+rep man thanks!
the rigs will be away from me and i really dont want to bother with networking... lol
 
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Thats questionable at current difficulty 10 satoshi would not be profitable. If everyone here establishes a steady fan base and difficulty increase then when it does get released and your xferring 50k at a time but making much less per round. It will give no choice but for the price to rise. We could all be very wealthy if we do this right.

Alot of the net hashrate is from oc.net... if we keep it up and keep growing i wouldn't be suprised if this put us all in a great position to be wealthy. Im discussing with dev about making fanpage here. I think we can help oc.net users to get some riches biggrin.gif.

We get in early. Establish good base difficulty before exchange release. Most of us hold our coins watch the new nut miners sell for higher and higher due to difficulty. Then we can sell or just keep saving. Only 6 months till block reward halves. If most of us do this we will all do well

 

Really? I have 5% of the network hashrate, which makes me 2M/day - or 0.2BTC at 10 satoshi/nut. Compare that to 0.035BTC on middlecoin - and I can't believe it won't be worth more than 10 satoshis if it hits an exchange.

 

And I would be all up for a collaboration, but if it hits an exchange we'll loose control over supply pretty quickly. Look what happened to RPC - network hashrate trebled as soon as it was put on an exchange, and then was dumped by people looking to make a quick profit.


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Really? I have 5% of the network hashrate, which makes me 2M/day - or 0.2BTC at 10 satoshi/nut. Compare that to 0.035BTC on middlecoin - and I can't believe it won't be worth more than 10 satoshis if it hits an exchange.

And I would be all up for a collaboration, but if it hits an exchange we'll loose control over supply pretty quickly. Look what happened to RPC - network hashrate trebled as soon as it was put on an exchange, and then was dumped by people looking to make a quick profit.

the goal is not to base it on CURRENT difficulty. if the difficulty increases and you stop making that much. then you dont sell them for that much later. then other people will establish a higher price and you will make even more. its people with your thinking that when the difficulty rises jump out. then it never goes anywhere. Stick it out and find others to support it and we will go far. what you make now will only be worth more in the future. we dont want it to hit the market until its ready and early miners will be make major profits if it works out as it should.

heres the fanclub page i made biggrin.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1457860/nut-nutcoin-fan-club-the-time-of-nut-has-arrived-d
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the goal is not to base it on CURRENT difficulty. if the difficulty increases and you stop making that much. then you dont sell them for that much later. then other people will establish a higher price and you will make even more. its people with your thinking that when the difficulty rises jump out. then it never goes anywhere. Stick it out and find others to support it and we will go far. what you make now will only be worth more in the future. we dont want it to hit the market until its ready and early miners will be make major profits if it works out as it should.

heres the fanclub page i made biggrin.gif

http://www.overclock.net/t/1457860/nut-nutcoin-fan-club-the-time-of-nut-has-arrived-d

 

I see, makes sense. If I can see a coin gaining traction I'll stick with it - like I did with RPC, but coins like mooncoin are only worth the initial over-hyped price to make me a quick buck, so to speak.

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I see, makes sense. If I can see a coin gaining traction I'll stick with it - like I did with RPC, but coins like mooncoin are only worth the initial over-hyped price to make me a quick buck, so to speak.

yes which is why when coinye dies just like moon did it will be the time of the nut! Real coins dont start out like that tongue.gif
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That's what they were saying over Coinye, Potatocoin and Mooncoin. Coins like this usually go on the Coinedup exchange which mostly has coins that miners quickly dump before moving on to something else. I hope this coin is as whale proof as it claims.
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They currently accept BTC payments, but only for US based orders IIRC.

I just checked on other peoples' feedback, seems they also take UK shipping with it too!

The Coinbase setup was probably easier for Overstock than they had expected. Right now you cannot see prices in Bitcoin until you get to the checkout steps, but they just rolled this out today and it could improve over time.
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Friend just told me overstock.com was accepting bitcoin for payment as of today. That is good news.
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Friend just told me overstock.com was accepting bitcoin for payment as of today. That is good news.

just confirmed this on their website.

they do now take bitcoins as a payment! i knew it was coming just didnt know when
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