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Bitcoin - The Currency of the Internet

A community dedicated to Bitcoin, the currency of the Internet. Bitcoin is a distributed, worldwide, decentralized digital money. Bitcoins are issued and managed without any central authority whatsoever: there is no government, company, or bank in charge of Bitcoin. You might be interested in Bitcoin if you like cryptography, distributed peer-to-peer systems, or economics. A large percentage of Bitcoin enthusiasts are libertarians, though people of all political philosophies are welcome.
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Mining Bitcoin

Bitcoin mining is analogous to the mining of gold, but its digital form. The process involves specialized computers solving algorithmic equations or hash functions. These problems help miners to confirm blocks of transactions held within the network. Bitcoin mining provides a reward for miners by paying out in Bitcoin in turn the miners confirm transactions on the blockchain. Miners introduce new Bitcoin into the network and also secure the system with transaction confirmation.
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Permacoin: Turning Bitcoin coin mining into one big Wayback Machine

Permacoin: Turning Bitcoin coin mining into one big Wayback Machine submitted by bitcoin_nihilist to BitcoinMining [link] [comments]

Permacoin: Turning Bitcoin coin mining into one big Wayback Machine

Permacoin: Turning Bitcoin coin mining into one big Wayback Machine submitted by cryptocurrencylive to CryptoCurrencyLive [link] [comments]

Whatsminer m3

Good afternoon people,
I have an older WhatsMiner M3 that was used a while ago for BitCoin mining... is it possible to use the same hardware for GRIN?
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BBC talks to @theSeratio Advisory Board Chair Chandler Guo “At its peak his machines were capable of mining 30% of the world's Bitcoin” (Dec 2017 marketcap $327 billion, today $199 billion) https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-54261382 See him discuss SER on www.seratio-coins.world #IdeologyinCode

BBC talks to @theSeratio Advisory Board Chair Chandler Guo “At its peak his machines were capable of mining 30% of the world's Bitcoin” (Dec 2017 marketcap $327 billion, today $199 billion) https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-54261382 See him discuss SER on www.seratio-coins.world #IdeologyinCode submitted by olingataeed to BitcoinMining [link] [comments]

Any BitCoin mining softwares?

Any BitCoin mining softwares of your choice you would recommend? Thanks.
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There is no split in November. Let's call it like it is, Amaury is choosing to create his own (forked) coin that pays one address 8% of mined funds. In that sense, it is similar to ZClassic, Bitcoin Gold or Bitcoin Candy

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GPU held at the airport by customs.

Hello, I recently bought some computer parts which are basically a full computer minus case and power supply from NewEgg and I am having a similar problem to this. I unfortunately ordered them before seeing this thread. The GPU is RX 590. UPS (which is the shipping company NewEgg chose) said the will contact the NTRA to get some papers which I then have to get it approved before they can get the stuff from the airport. Needless to say, getting it approved is the hard part and their reason for not fetting it approved is, of course, BitCoin mining.
I don't have a واسطة in either places, the airport and the NTRA. What is the best thing to do to get this resolved? Is there a specific person somewhere in those places that I can "loan" them some money to get ot resolved? Also, if anyone would be able to help, it would be appreciated.
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BBC talks to @theSeratio Advisory Board Chair Chandler Guo “At its peak his machines were capable of mining 30% of the world's Bitcoin” (Dec 2017 marketcap $327 billion, today $199 billion) See him discuss SER on www.seratio-coins.world #IdeologyinCode

BBC talks to @theSeratio Advisory Board Chair Chandler Guo “At its peak his machines were capable of mining 30% of the world's Bitcoin” (Dec 2017 marketcap $327 billion, today $199 billion) See him discuss SER on www.seratio-coins.world #IdeologyinCode submitted by olingataeed to MiningBitcoin [link] [comments]

ABC officially forking: All newly mined blocks must contain an output assigning 8% of the newly mined coins to a specified address. While some may prefer that Bitcoin ABC did not implement this improvement, this announcement is not an invitation for debate.

ABC officially forking: All newly mined blocks must contain an output assigning 8% of the newly mined coins to a specified address. While some may prefer that Bitcoin ABC did not implement this improvement, this announcement is not an invitation for debate. submitted by zhell_ to btc [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Global is listed on Mining-coins.com

Bitcoin Global is listed on Mining-coins.com submitted by Bitcoin-Global to u/Bitcoin-Global [link] [comments]

Issue with my power breaker tripping with long use of my computer.

So this is going to be a long post but if anyone would have any ideas of how I can help fix this issue or troubleshoot the problem or lead me to the right subreddit to post this to get better help, that would be amazing.
So I've had my computer since August 2016 when I was in Japan. In the military so I lived in the dorms. I've never had any problem with power issues or tripping even when BitCoin mining was going on.
My system is a I7 5930k @ 4.3GHz 2x 1080ti FE 32Gb Ram 2x 1Tb SSD Raid 0 CPU, GPUs and MB is watercooled. CORSAIR AX1600i (Used to be a EVGA 1000Watt before as I was thinking might be something going on with the PSU or Powerdraw was getting higher when I was running overclock.)
So In Feb 2018 I moved to Maryland to my next base. I moved into a apartments and once in a while I get power trips. What I had going on was my computer, 4k monitor, Led lights around the room, Corsair Speakers, and my Samsung 65in curved Tv, and a small tornado fan to help sleep. Not everything will always be on at the same time but still occurs with the power trips.
Later on my LEDs strip lights power brick would burn out so I wouldn't be able to power them. Then I had electrical technicians come by and check what is going on, so with the LED Strips not plugged in, they would give me the report the LED Strip lights are the issue. So its been a back and forth trying to get a proper evaluation whats going on, which never happened.
I then moved in the following year, in March, 2 and half months ago. To a home I'm leasing in. The only thing different I have now is a 3d Printer. Along with having my laptop hooked up to it to control the 3d printer but the laptop is put into complete power saving mode and only remoted into to send print builds.
So nothing goes on for a month and a half and on the weekend and day before. I starting having the power trip. Firs time being that I was having everything off, they are plugged in but not turned on, But my computer and monitor I was playing Rocket League before going to bed. Then it happens. Then on the weekend playing CSGO, I was at the time having a 3d print going, and it happens. I flipped the switch on the breaker and stop the 3d print and go back into the game then power trips again. Now I went to unplug everything leaving my computer and monitor, and then flip and I was good but it ruined my mood for rest of the games we played cause it just baffled me what's going on.
I do know a breaker for long use is only effected for 80% of its rating, so 15amps. That's 12amps for long use.
How can we just say my monitor and computer would consume over 12 amps.
With the current PSU I am able to monitor power going in (watts) and volts in as well. Last night while looking at stats for rocket league. Max power in pull was 550watts at 120V so that leads to 4.583 amps. The monitor I have is a 28in Samsung 4k monitor. That can't use much power either.
I have also ordered two outlet watt meters, has V and Amps to read. So I can a basics of all power draw from different things being used.
Another weird thing is that at times I go home bringing my system with me to a friends and hook it up next to theirs and what ever they have running and never had a power issue.
And if someone would be able to explain what kind of power draw would add up for something being plugged in but not On. I understand minimal power for say a standby but not full operative status.
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Join my team & start mining Pi coin, the next hottest crypto since Bitcoin! To claim your Pi, follow this link https://minepi.com/Sinnona and use my username (Sinnona) as your invitation code.

Join my team & start mining Pi coin, the next hottest crypto since Bitcoin! To claim your Pi, follow this link https://minepi.com/Sinnona and use my username (Sinnona) as your invitation code.
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CryptoTab Anyone?

So, I'm new to the whole crypto-currency scene and am curious if anyone has a legitimate opinion on CryptoTab browser for BitCoin mining, and if anyone already uses this, let's share codes to boost each other's mining efforts. Not trying to advert, or push agendas, just genuinely curious since I know next to nothing about all of this.
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Today is the day we quit mining - and started buying and spending BitCoin

My group is turning off our last remaining mining equipment today - we hit the point where earnings vs. price vs. electricity cost just doesn't make sense. At this rate, we're effectively paying $200/month in electricity costs to earn approx $90/month worth of BTC from mining. In other words, we're paying the electricity company $200 so we can "earn" $90 back. This does nothing for BitCoin in the long run, in effect is the same insane proposition as buying mining equipment. We can either spend $2000 + monthly power costs on a new unit or save that $2000, spend the same monthly power cost on buying BTC, and cut out the pointless middle-men that are the Asic manufacturers and the power company.
So, we're taking this different approach. Rather than taking part in the pointless arms race that BitCoin mining has become, we're instead buying BitCoin. Not to hold, but to spend on sites that accept it. This is nothing revolutionary, but quite frankly it is what BTC needs. It's great that fringe sites here and there are starting to accept the currency (also props to the payment processors like CoinBase and BitPay who are making it easier), but in order for this to expand and really be more than an easy tool for purchasing narcotics or laundering money the users need to make businesses realize that "Pay BTC!" is a real option and it can only increase their business.
Not trying to start a movement, but after being involved in BitCoin for a while now it seems like the biggest focus has been on hardware and not on adoption. So we're going to do our part to change it.
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How To Make Bitcoin Mining More Profitable - Mine 10+ Coins On One Box

How To Make Bitcoin Mining More Profitable - Mine 10+ Coins On One Box submitted by blockchainprojects to BitcoinMining [link] [comments]

[ Bitcoin ] Coin Mining PC

[ 🔴 DELETED 🔴 ] Topic originally posted in Bitcoin by hgharib [link]
Hello all, Can someone please advise what would be the perfect set of HW, OS, Applications, tools, etc to start a coin mining business and the source to find such? (Amazon, eBay or else?)
Regards
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#webdollar #cryptocurrency #Staking #blockchain #bitcoin #coin #trading #mining #crypto 👉webdollar.io (http: //%F0%9F%91%89webdollar.io) Construido sobre la tecnología blockchain más avanzada utilizando el consenso de NIPoPoW, su información estará segura y anónima submitted by CharmingAirport to u/CharmingAirport [link] [comments]

Issue with my power breaker tripping with long use of my computer.

So this is going to be a long post but if anyone would have any ideas of how I can help fix this issue or troubleshoot the problem or lead me to the right subreddit to post this to get better help, that would be amazing.
So I've had my computer since August 2016 when I was in Japan. In the military so I lived in the dorms. I've never had any problem with power issues or tripping even when BitCoin mining was going on.
My system is a I7 5930k @ 4.3GHz 2x 1080ti FE 32Gb Ram 2x 1Tb SSD Raid 0 CPU, GPUs and MB is watercooled. CORSAIR AX1600i (Used to be a EVGA 1000Watt before as I was thinking might be something going on with the PSU or Powerdraw was getting higher when I was running overclock.)
So In Feb 2018 I moved to Maryland to my next base. I moved into a apartments and once in a while I get power trips. What I had going on was my computer, 4k monitor, Led lights around the room, Corsair Speakers, and my Samsung 65in curved Tv, and a small tornado fan to help sleep. Not everything will always be on at the same time but still occurs with the power trips.
Later on my LEDs strip lights power brick would burn out so I wouldn't be able to power them. Then I had electrical technicians come by and check what is going on, so with the LED Strips not plugged in, they would give me the report the LED Strip lights are the issue. So its been a back and forth trying to get a proper evaluation whats going on, which never happened.
I then moved in the following year, in March, 2 and half months ago. To a home I'm leasing in. The only thing different I have now is a 3d Printer. Along with having my laptop hooked up to it to control the 3d printer but the laptop is put into complete power saving mode and only remoted into to send print builds.
So nothing goes on for a month and a half and on the weekend and day before. I starting having the power trip. Firs time being that I was having everything off, they are plugged in but not turned on, But my computer and monitor I was playing Rocket League before going to bed. Then it happens. Then on the weekend playing CSGO, I was at the time having a 3d print going, and it happens. I flipped the switch on the breaker and stop the 3d print and go back into the game then power trips again. Now I went to unplug everything leaving my computer and monitor, and then flip and I was good but it ruined my mood for rest of the games we played cause it just baffled me what's going on.
I do know a breaker for long use is only effected for 80% of its rating, so 15amps. That's 12amps for long use.
How can we just say my monitor and computer would consume over 12 amps.
With the current PSU I am able to monitor power going in (watts) and volts in as well. Last night while looking at stats for rocket league. Max power in pull was 550watts at 120V so that leads to 4.583 amps. The monitor I have is a 28in Samsung 4k monitor. That can't use much power either.
I have also ordered two outlet watt meters, has V and Amps to read. So I can a basics of all power draw from different things being used.
Another weird thing is that at times I go home bringing my system with me to a friends and hook it up next to theirs and what ever they have running and never had a power issue.
And if someone would be able to explain what kind of power draw would add up for something being plugged in but not On. I understand minimal power for say a standby but not full operative status.
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[ Bitcoin ] Good App For Coin Mining

Topic originally posted in Bitcoin by TanklesMC
I have a AMD R7 360 Gpu
A AMD Ryzen 5 3600 CPU
16GB of RAM
What app should i use that doesn't use much of my pc because im always doing my school work.
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Pi Network is being popular since its release. In future, Pi Coin will be like Bitcoin. Cryptocurrency experts predicts the value of Pi coin to be 0.4$ to 1$ after March 21, 2021. It could reach 100$ till 2024. Its time to mine Pi coin like Bitcoin.

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09-27 14:25 - 'Well I have also mine a lot of coins and never lost my coins, I got a secured and standard method to flip your coins and make double I’m sure you’ve heard about it. Yes It’s more like forex but even easier. Interested pe...' by /u/SeniorAgent47 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 97-107min

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