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Miner Hate : Where you can rant about Bitcoin/AltCoin miners.

This is a subreddit where you can display your hate and rant about Bitcoin or AltCoin miners.
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wafflepool.com - An auto switching scrypt coin mining pool

WafflePool is a multi-coin (scrypt) mining pool. Point your miner to WafflePool with a Bitcoin address as your username, and we take care of automatically mining the most profitable coin at all times, converting the earnings from each coin into Bitcoins, and paying you out in bitcoins! Mining alt-coins and converting to bitcoin is very often orders of magnitude more valuable than mining Bitcoin directly! No registration, no hassles, just point and start getting paid!
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Bitcoin Mining Forums: Turning Computers Into Cash Since 2011

The official bitcoin mining forum / subreddit / chat room / place to be!
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BTC BYTE MINER bitcoin miner withdrawal proof

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mBTC miner (bitcoin miner) 1st time withdrawal proof

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Miner.Bitcoin.Miner 7

Does anyone know how i can remove this? When i search for MalwareBytes.the browser freezes Please respond quick.
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Bitcoin mentioned around Reddit: Miner.Bitcoin.Miner 7 /r/techsupport

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For Sale: ASICMiner USB Block Erupter Bitcoin Miner - 335MH/s on cryptothrift

For Sale: ASICMiner USB Block Erupter Bitcoin Miner - 335MH/s on cryptothrift for cryptocoins
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Good and safe exploits to use and not what to use

Here are safe exploits to use and not what to use
To use:
Synapse X (strong executor but paid $20)
Krnl (free executor, only accessed via their discord not off of wearedevs) (key system is trash tho)
Not to use:
Jjsploit (a weak executor, often crashes, data miner, bitcoin miner, deletes important files)
Dansploit (virus and wants money to remove virus via bitcoin)
Anything off of Wearedevs (creator has a trojan on computer so anything on their comes with a virus)
Anything off of YouTube that is free or unheard of (sketchy and possibly malware)
Furk OS (extremely sketchy, AdWare, potential trojan/unwanted software)
Sirhurt (it is run by child predators and is paid therefore making you support them)
Sentinel v3 (a waste of money, no difference to v2)
Fluxus (unsafe, off of WeAreDevs)
Overall summary: Buy Synapse X, if you are poor join the krnl discord and download via that, don't go to WeAreDevs don't download things off YouTube and stay safe
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SX using my pc to mine crypto?

SX using my pc to mine crypto?
Recently found this, have been using Synapse X since 2016 but have always shrugged off what scans detected, today I decided to read them and found a program called "RiskWare.BitCoinMiner", bitcoin miners slow down your pc's components such as your CPU and am starting to get suspicious that this may not have good intentions. (look on the bottom right of the image to see the directory which leads to SynapseX.exe)

-- edit, alright thank you guys I understand now
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Bitcoin Futures Trading Strategy

Bitcoin futures are one of the most traded cryptocurrency derivatives. Therefore, it is important to have a good Bitcoin futures trading strategy. Basically, a trading strategy helps you to identify best trading opportunities. It gives an elaborate formula of identifying when to enter and exit trades/contracts.

Uses of Bitcoin futures

Before delving into the Bitcoin futures trading strategy, it is important to look at some of the uses of Bitcoin futures. To start with, Bitcoin futures are used for market speculation. The trader speculates how the market shall move in the near future and opens futures contracts to hedge the market. For instance, if the trader speculates that the market price of Bitcoin shall drop, he or she buys short Bitcoin futures contracts. On the other hand, if he or she speculates that the market price shall rise, he or she opens long Bitcoin futures contracts.
In addition to market speculation, Bitcoin futures are also used as a risk management strategy especially by Bitcoin miners. Bitcoin miners mine Bitcoins and profit by selling the Bitcoins to investors. They can, therefore, use Bitcoin futures contracts to set the price at which to sell their mined Bitcoins. In so doing they will have managed the risk of a fall in Bitcoin prices in the spot market.

Best strategy for trading Bitcoin futures

To successfully trade Bitcoin futures; you will need to be very good at speculating the movements of the market prices of Bitcoin. Therefore, you will need to closely follow the Bitcoin spot market so as to ensure that you are informed of the market prices.
Bitcoin is usually very volatile, just like any other cryptocurrency; and its market price change very abruptly making it hard to track over a short time span. However, since Bitcoin futures are usually over a longer time span, it is easier to speculate the market price of Bitcoin much easily depending on what is going on around the world of cryptocurrencies. Going through Bitcoin news on various websites and channels would greatly help you in doing market speculations. The news keeps you updated on what is going on around the world that is affecting the way Bitcoin is adopted; used, regulated and so forth. Therefore, you will stand a better chance in making a speculation; on how the prices will behave depending on your interpretation of the impact of the news to the Bitcoin ecosystem.
With an accurate market speculation, you shall be able to know whether to open a short or long Bitcoin futures contract. If you speculate that the Bitcoin market price will drop, then you should open a short Bitcoin futures contract. On the other hand, if you speculate that the Bitcoin market price will rise; you should open a long Bitcoin futures contract.
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r/Ethereum - I wrote this to explain Ethereum in depth to newbies. Please check for accuracy!

Hello ethereum - I'm currently in Singapore exploring all of the cool blockchain tech that's going on here. I'm also writing a blog that aims to explain blockchain technology simply to anyone whose interested. www.cryptoambit.com
If you guys could spot check my Ethereum post for accuracy, I'd appreciate it. If you like it, would also appreciate some subscribers! Thanks
By now, most people know Ethereum as the second most valuable cryptocurrency, currently valued at over $60 billion dollars. Well, it turns out that Ethereum isn't actually a cryptocurrency - it's a software platform that let's programmers build applications on top of blockchain technology. Within the ethereum platform, is a cryptocurrency called ether that is used to power applications built on the Ethereum blockchain.
From Bitcoin to Ethereum
Bitcoin uses a global network of computers that maintain a shared ledger called a blockchain that keeps track of who owns bitcoin. Once blockchain technology was introduced to the world, people realized that blockchains could be used to keep track of anything of value. In 2013, a 19 year old named Vitalik Buterin introduced the Ethereum white paper, which proposed an open source platform that would let programmers build blockchain applications that could facilitate the exchange of money, content, property, shares or anything of value. Much like with Satoshi Nakamoto's paper, Buterin's was met with widespread excitement from software developers around the world who began building toward the vision Buterin laid out.
Much like Bitcoin, Ethereum isn't owned or controlled by any one person. Unlike Bitcoin, whose creator remains anonymous, Ethereum has a leader in Vitalik Buterin (pictured below). While Buterin doesn't control Ethereum in the way that a CEO does, his word carries tremendous weight in dictating the direction of the project - something that is considered a strength or a weakness, depending on who you ask.
Smart Contracts
The basic function that programs built on Ethereum perform are called smart contracts. Smart contracts are digital agreements that execute automatically based on real world data. An easy way to think of them is an "If-then statement." IF condition A exists, THEN perform function B.
Let's say for example Grandma wants to make sure she never forgets to give Little Billy birthday money each year. She could write a smart contract that says IF it's Little Billy's birthday, THEN pay him $10 from Grandma's account. Once this contract is broadcast to the Ethereum network, it will execute automatically each year on Little Billy's birthday.
Smart contracts have applications far beyond improving the reliability and efficiency of Grandmothers around the world. Another simple application of a smart contract is for rental payments: IF date = 1st of the month, THEN pay landlord rent amount. Processes that currently involve manual interactions between two parties can now be automated and the value can be moved in real time over the blockchain rather than settling days later as with traditional banking.
A Real World Example
Ethereum and smart contracts are a big deal because they have the ability to usher in what's been dubbed the "smart economy" - one in which slow manual processes prone to human error and deceit are replaced with automated processes that are completely transparent and trustworthy. A real world example that typifies the new "smart economy" is a project being run by a French insurance company called AXA.
AXA offers a flight insurance product that pays out a policy holder in the event that a flight is delayed by two hours or more. It currently has a product in trial that will pay out insurance claims using smart contracts and the Ethereum blockchain. The smart contract is simple: IF flight is over two hours late, THEN pay policyholder. The smart contract is connected to a database that monitors flight times. If the database shows that the flight is over two hours late, the smart contract is triggered and the policyholder is paid automatically over the blockchain.
Without the smart contract, the policyholder would have to file a claim and wait for the insurance company's claims department to process it, which could take anywhere from 1 to 2 weeks. With the smart contract, neither the insurance company nor the policyholder has to do anything. This also creates trust between the two parties because there are no grey areas - the customer can review the smart contract prior to purchasing the policy and feel comfortable that he will receive his claim in the event of a delay.
Ethereum vs Ether
As stated in the intro, Ethereum is a platform for building blockchain applications using smart contracts. What you may have just purchased on Coinbase is called Ether, which is the cryptocurrency that fuels the Ethereum network.
Ether functions more like a digital commodity than a digital currency. Just like you need gasoline to fuel your car, you need Ether to run applications on the Ethereum blockchain. In the Grandmother example cited above, Grandma would have to purchase small amounts of Ether to fuel her smart contract that pays Little Billy his birthday money.
The Ethereum blockchain functions in the same way as the Bitcoin blockchain: a network of computers run software that validates transactions through majority consensus. The people running these computers are called miners. Bitcoin miners are compensated for their resources by being paid in Bitcoin. Ethereum miners are compensated in Ether. On Little Billy's birthday, Grandma's ether transaction fee will go to whichever miner adds the block containing Grandma's transaction to the blockchain. That miner will also receive new Ether in the process.
The same supply/demand economics that apply to commodities like oil and gas also apply to Ether. Oil is valuable because it powers many of the things we use in our everyday life - it heats our homes and fuels our engines. The more people and enterprises that rely on Ethereum based applications, the higher the demand will be for Ether which will increase its value. As with all cryptocurrencies, there's plenty of speculation baked into the price - speculation that the demand for Ether will increase in the future. Since Ether is valuable, exchangeable and transferable, certain merchants are also starting to accept it as a currency.
dApps - Decentralized Apps
Applications that run smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain are called "dApps," or decentralized apps. Just as any app developer can build apps on top of Apple's IOS operating system, developers can build on top of Ethereum's blockchain infrastructure. To the end user of a dApp, it might not look and feel any different than the apps you use today. It's the underlying blockchain infrastructure that make them different.
Since dApps function on top of the blockchain, they can be used to transfer value peer-to-peer. To return to our Grandmother example, there could be a dApp that Granny can download that lets her schedule Little Billy's birthday payments without having to code the smart contract herself. dApps are also completely open sourced so other people can access the code and build on top of them. Someone could take the code to the birthday payment dApp and add the ability for Grandma to add a note that says, "Happy Birthday Billy!" Running dApps on the blockchain also offers added security benefits. Since the transactions are distributed and encrypted across the Ethereum blockchain, there is no central place for a hacker to breach and gain access to all of the world's Grandmother to grandson birthday payment data.
At this point, I'm really beating the GrandmotheLittle Billy example to death because I think it represents a simple illustration for the kinds of applications that can be built on the Ethereum blockchain. In reality, the dApps that are being built are much more complex. Here are a few examples:
Ethereum Tokens
So now that you understand that Ethereum is a network for building decentralized applications that require a cryptocurrency called Ether to run, I'm going to introduce a confusing concept. Many dApps built on Ethereum have their own cryptocurrencies or "tokens." In order to interact with the dApps, customers need to purchase the dApp's native token.
Here's a helpful analogy I came across - when you go to a waterpark, you pay the admission fee and in return, you get a wristband. That wristband gives you the ability to ride the waterslides in the water park. With certain dApps, the token is the wristband, and a user must purchase it to interact with whatever the dApp offers.
Let's take a dApp called Golem as an example. Golem lets people rent out their excess computing power to people who need it - kind of like a computer AirBnb. To cite this article from Laura Shin, if I'm a computer graphics artist that wants to render some kind of computationally intense animation, I can purchase Golem tokens that let me tap into the Golem network to generate my animation. I then pay the people who are renting me their computers with the Golem tokens. The Golem token is a form of smart contract and this transaction is recorded on the Ethereum blockchain.
Since Golem tokens are also a cryptocurrency, they can be traded on the free market. If I'm a speculator who has no intention of using the Golem network to rent computing power, I can still buy the Golem token on an exchange in hopes that it appreciates in value. Like bitcoin, there is a fixed supply of Golem tokens so if the demand for the service increases, so will the value of the token. If I bought Golem at its original price of around 1 penny and held it to today, I would have made 35X my initial investment since Golem tokens currently trade around 35 cents a piece.
ICOs
ICO stands for, "Initial Coin Offering" which is a fundraising mechanism for cryptocurrencies which has exploded in popularity this year - the majority of them are held on the Ethereum network. Similar to a kickstarter campaign, they allow entrepreneurs to raise money for projects by giving investors an early opportunity to purchase the cryptocurrency before the final product has been built. If the project is successful, the value of the cryptocurrency will rise in value and early investors can sell it on the open market for a profit.
ICOs have stirred up a lot of controversy because they represent a risky proposition with zero investor protection. Let's say I wanted to build a casino and to finance it, I gave investors the opportunity to buy chips that can be used at my roulette tables once the casino opened. If you bought $100K in roulette chips from me and I decide that I no longer want to build the casino, you're stuck holding worthless chips. If investors don't do their due diligence, they may end up buying tokens for a project whose creators never intended on building it in he first place - the creators walk away with the money and the investors have no way of recouping their funds.
On the other hand, early investors in projects that go on to be successful have the opportunity to make enormous returns. For example, people who invested $1,000 in the Golem ICO would be sitting on $35,000 at it's current price of $0.35 - if it ever goes to $10, they're all millionaires. Another positive aspect of ICOs is that they let anyone, rich or poor get involved in early stage investing. To invest in a company like Twitter or Facebook pre-IPO (initial public offering), you need to be an accredited investor - this basically means you're already a rich person. With ICOs, all you need is an internet connection and a little bit of money and you have the potential to become wealthy by investing in the right projects.
Far From Perfect
Ethereum has the potential to change the way humans transact with one another but it is still a very young technology and it hasn't been without its problems. While the blockchain architecture underlying the Ethereum network is secure, not all of the applications built on top of it are. Faulty code can and has made applications vulnerable to hacking and malfunctions. Here are two prime examples:
DAO Hack - DAO was a dApp built on Ethereum that enabled crowd based venture capital. DAO token holders were given the right to vote on projects they wanted to support - if projects went on to be successful, DAO token holders would receive financial rewards. The DAO ICO received $168 million in funding. The DAO software was hosted on the Ethereum blockchain and was publically visible by all. A hacker spotted a flaw in the DAO's code that enabled him to route $55M in ether held by the DAO into an account that he controlled. The Ethereum team had do do something called a hard fork (something I won't get into now) to reverse return the stolen funds. Parity Wallet Freeze - Parity is a wallet where people store Ether. A flaw in Parity's code let a user delete a specific line of code that was necessary for accessing funds in a Parity wallet. This led to $280 million dollars worth of ether being frozen - it hasn't been stolen but it can't be accessed either. Parity Technologies has proposed another hard fork to correct the issue - something that is sure to divide the Ethereum community and rattle user confidence.
Despite the world changing implications that Ethereum dApps and smart contracts have, the trouble is that any programmer can write them - if they aren't written properly, they can behave in unintended ways and be exploited like in the above listed examples. Ethereum is still a very young network and security issues with dApps and smart contracts will have to be sorted out if its to reach its true aspirations.
Leading The Decentralized Revolution
“Ethereum aims to take the promise of decentralization, openness and security that is at the core of blockchain technology and brings it to almost anything that can be computed.” - Vitalik Buterin
With dApps, smart contracts and blockchain technology, Ethereum is leading the decentralized revolution. Bitcoin is the world's first decentralized currency, that operates on a global network of computers outside of central intermediaries. Ethereum gives programmers a platform to develop a decentralized version of just about anything.
Decentralized networks like Ethereum have the power to remove the intermediaries that currently exist between producer and consumer. Let's take a company like Uber. Uber is a platform that brings people who need rides together with people who have cars. To facilitate this interaction, Uber collects 20% of every ride. With Ethereum and blockchain technology, there is nothing to prevent a bunch of software developers from writing a dApp that creates a decentralized Uber. Instead of 20% per ride, transaction fees are paid to the network and the driver takes home the lions share of the transaction. Tokens can be issued that represent ownership in the network. Coders who work on improving the network can get paid for their efforts in ownership tokens. Non-technical people can come up with marketing campaigns that spread awareness for the network and also get compensated in ownership tokens. As the decentralized Uber network grows and improves, the value of its ownership token increases, rewarding the people that built it. The result is whats referred to as a "Decentralized Autonomous Organization" and theres a strong possibility that DAOs replace a lot of the world's biggest corporations.
This may sound like a radical concept but blockchain technology enables these kinds of decentralized organizations to exist - Ethereum provides the tools for people to go out and build them.
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Iran Licenses 14 Bitcoin Mining Farms, Cuts Electricity Tariff up to 47% for Miners

Iran Licenses 14 Bitcoin Mining Farms, Cuts Electricity Tariff up to 47% for Miners submitted by nice2yz to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

BREAKING NEWS: the address of the Bitcoin from 2009 that just moved is listed a Kleiman vs Wright court document. Craig Wright claimed to own it, but it was "locked outside of his control". AKA part of the Tulip Trust. An old miner just called Craig's bluff.

BREAKING NEWS: the address of the Bitcoin from 2009 that just moved is listed a Kleiman vs Wright court document. Craig Wright claimed to own it, but it was submitted by GabeNewell_ to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Shower thought: If Orteil injected a Bitcoin miner into Cookie Clicker, it'd be super lucrative.

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Are Bitcoin miners still profitable?

Hey all, hope you guys are doing well in these unprecedented times .
I was just wondering about branching out and forming different streams of passive income & was wondering if BTC miners were still profitable ? Since the last recent halving the difficulty for mining increased so I don’t know if it’s still worth mining BTC?
My argument is that even if it’s just a few dollars a day that I’m in profit I would be fine with that because the small profits add up overtime & I could potentially stumble upon a block reward and get 12.5 BTC? What do you guys think? Is there any harm in mining BTC right now? Is it a waste of time for small miners like me who can’t afford a huge rig? Please let me know & thank you for reading this.
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BitGo: "While expected, still a bit unbelievable. First they were fighting on-chain scaling (thus addition of new privacy features), the next step would be adding AML to the protocol level. Well done, Bitcoin Core and “economical majority”! Shame on you, Bitcoin miners for allowing this."

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Majority of Bitcoin Gold (BTG) miners try to fix a bug in the chain by cancelling and replaying the last 1300 blocks. Fix partly fails because malicious centralized dev posts new release with secret protocol-violating hack

Majority of Bitcoin Gold (BTG) miners try to fix a bug in the chain by cancelling and replaying the last 1300 blocks. Fix partly fails because malicious centralized dev posts new release with secret protocol-violating hack submitted by jstolfi to Buttcoin [link] [comments]

A minimum of 1470 Bitcoins has to be dumped on the market just to cover electricity cost

Unpleasant Truth...
3975 BTC are mined every day 24x60/9.06x25=3974 (24 hours x 60 minutes / ~9.06 average time between blocks x 25 BTC block reward)
Assuming that the mining farms in China are using the most efficient ASIC miner available on the market, that is to say the Antminer S4, it would cost about 37%* of their mined Bitcoins just to cover the electricity cost at a rate of $0.08/kWh which is the average electricity price in China and India.
So everyday, a minimum of 37% of the newly created coins has to be dumped on the market. Which is 1470.75 BTC or 423,576 USD.
In an ideal world where everyone uses the most efficient ASIC miner, lives in China or India, and holds all their mined coins (and only dump as much as they need to cover the electricity), a minimum of $423,576 worth of Bitcoins has to be bought everyday on the market to maintain a stable price (no price drops). Which in fact is more likely to be double $423,576 as miners also want to make a profit (by dumping more of their BTC for $). Also, miners are located all around the world (higher electricity rates) and not everyone uses the most efficient Bitcoin miners (Bitcoin miners have to cover for the hardware cost too!).
* S4 specs are 2TH/s for 1.38kW/h at a rate of $0.08/kWh, BTC price at $288, difficulty at 40,640,955,016.58 and block reward of 25BTC: (1.38*0.08*24)/(86400/(40640955016.58*2^32/(2*10^12))*25*288) ~ 37%
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Iran Licenses 14 Bitcoin Mining Farms, Cuts Electricity Tariff up to 47% for Miners

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