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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Yucayeque, May 31, 2015.
If so tell me!
have a few in cold storage, had up to a couple hundred at 1 point in 2011
If you go to the "Investor" section, there is a thread on "Other Tech Investments" (similar such name), and there were a lot of posts regarding Bitcoins 12-18 months ago.
I have a bit. Not selling right now, though.
I recognize your name from Bitcointalk.org.
Disclaimer: I have no Bitcoins that anybody can prove
LOL, especially given your handle.
Someone's first post asking about bitcoins. Hmm. Step 1 in bitcoin spear fishing?
What is your view on Bitcoin Commodity Exchanges where you can buy/sell (trade) GHS?
If you're referring to cloud mining operations, other than Cloudhash.io, they all seem to end up being a scam. All of them.
What is bitcoins? I have some dogecoins
My girlfriend expressed interest in buying some bitcoins, and I want to get her some for her birthday, but I've heard its a complicated process. Wondering if anyone could simplify it for me, or explain if its possible to buy them as a gift or if the person whom they are going to must buy them directly. Thanks
I'm interested to try mining as a hobby. I just bought very small amount of bitcoins out of curiosity from Coinbase. It was rather easy, I used 3D secure (Verified by Visa) Visa and had to send a copy of my drivers licence.
I'm planning to buy Antminer S5. Of course it is not competitive (would need Antminer S7), but I want to test with cheaper equipment. My electricity is approximately 8 euro cents/kWh. I can use waste heat to warm my house approximately 7 months in a year. For summer I move the equipment outside.
Getting the older miners like that for heating is great. You can heat your home/office while making money. The only thing that might be an issue is the noise. If you had a way to do an air/water heat exchanger and run the heated water throughout the house, that would eliminate the noise issue. They're going to be about the same efficiency as a heating element grid in a "normal" HVAC setup.
I used to have ~170Mh/s worth of Gridseed Blades and then sold them, recently. They put out quite a bit of heat along with their power supplies. The key is to use high efficiency power supplies so all the waste heat comes from the ASICs. If I had to do what you're doing, I would have one large heatsink wall that all the boards were screwed to, then it would just radiate the heat to the room with no fans. Convection currents are a wonderfully efficient way of moving air