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I don't know about direct cash outs but I am considering going the gyft.com route and just using an amazon gift card. Sucks they don't do amazon.ca though
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So I did this for a short time and i know a lot has changed since I did it. Is there a way to remove 0.1 BTC and get money for it some how or is the minimum i need to get cash 0.5? It currently sitting in Bter doing nothing.

Yeah I would recommend Gyft as well. I've used it a couple times now and it's been incredibly easy and reliable.
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They even have walmart cards now at gyft! I used all my bitcoins though them lol
I like how they where around for awhile before they started accepting bitcoins.
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Anybody know of a miner for a card with a CC of 1.1? Trying to mine an 8800GTS.
    
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Anybody know of a miner for a card with a CC of 1.1? Trying to mine an 8800GTS.

Forget it, not worth it...sell it or use it as a paper weight, or bench it.
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Forget it, not worth it...sell it or use it as a paper weight, or bench it.

I dont pay for electricity, and I paid 5 dollars for the card. Is there any kind of mining that can be done on it? People used to fold on these all the time?
    
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I dont pay for electricity, and I paid 5 dollars for the card. Is there any kind of mining that can be done on it? People used to fold on these all the time?

It utterly sucks...get an R7 240 2gb and mine yac, or get some GT 640 4gb gddr5 cards if you want cheap.
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Maybe.
    
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Maybe.

I do remember folding with mine, but when anything newer was out, like others said, it just wasnt worth it. It folded for like 5% of what everything else did.

I bet stanford hates these digital currencies. lol
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Last 100 blocks: 8,296,756.49 cpm ETA: 10d 03:48:22
Last 50 blocks: 8,248,814.46 cpm ETA: 10d 05:13:24
Last 15 blocks: 8,947,107.28 cpm ETA: 9d 10:05:04
Last 5 blocks: 28,655,642.13 cpm ETA: 2d 22:35:24

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