Just wanted to try it out. I am using GUIminer and slush pool link. I made an account on their website. I have made 108 shares at the moment according to GUIminer submitted by
Now the unconfirmed Bitcoin is not even budging, yet I have made shares according to GUIminer. I started at 80% and made 100 shares by the end, it restarted and nothing changed.
The dashboard shows i am going at~150Mh/s similar to my GUIminer. It says on their website it is still mining even though it doesn't show and it does show I have confirmed shares but nothing is added to the bitcoin status of contributions.
Whats going wrong? other than the fact this is not an ASIC unit, or multiple GFX cards.
Nothing special, just a copy of the current list (for the future) of what can be found at https://github.com/bitcoin/bips/blob/mastebip-0039/english.txt
Like I said, new to bitcoin. I already have GUIminer installed on my old laptop. So I have gotten that far, now I have questions as to what to do next. submitted by
I'm at school, so electricity isn't going to be a problem. Just thought I would clear that up.
OK like I said I am using an older laptop to mine, think XP old. I want to use one of its cores to mine. How can I set it up so that I can mine solo. And if I mine solo can I still earn BTC? Should I just join a guild like slushs pool or United Miner if I want to earn a little coin?
I don't have any BTC yet, so I thought mining would be a good place to start. I'm also building a more advanced desktop rig here soon. Can I transfer my mining stuff to the newer desktop after I build it?
So I just got Bitcoin set up today on my rig. I have an 8800GT, and I'm currently getting around 25Mhash/sec. I'm not even going to bother with trying to use my CPU as apparently it's just not worth it electricity wise. Anyway, I was wondering which pool would be the best for this kind of system? I signed up on slush's pool, but read that bitcoinpool was better for lower power systems, so I switched it over to that for the moment. I've haven't found any real evidence on why it should be better (I don't really even understand how the bitcoin system works yet), but I figured I might as well give it a shot. Can anyone here point me to the "best" pool, if it's going to make a huge difference? submitted by
My computer runs all the time anyway, so running poclbm adds about 100W of power (approximated) from GPU use. This is about 26 cents worth of power per day, but our power is split with through 4 units, so effectively it's more like 6.5 cents of power per day, shouldn't be a problem right?
Throw away for obviously obvious reasons. submitted by
Is bitcoin part of the mother ship??
Slush's pool is the top ranking bitcoin mining pool. Ever heard of the Slush fund aka Global Security Fund aka the globalist criminals capital for security aka terroism and other geopolitical/social engineering. ....
"Mr President, I wish to draw your attention to the Global Security Fund [~$90 trillion], set up in the early 1990s under the auspices of Jacob Rothschild. This is a Brussels-based fund and it is no ordinary fund: it does not trade, it is not listed and it has a totally different purpose. It is being used for geopolitical engineering purposes, apparently under the guidance of the intelligence services.
I have previously asked about the alleged involvement of the European Union's own intelligence resources in the management of slush funds in offshore accounts, and I still await a reply. To that question I now add another: what are the European Union''s connections to the Global Security Fund and what relationship does it have with European Union institutions?" - Ashley Mote of the European Union (EU) ... subsequently scratched from the White House Christmas card list and placed on its top ten hit list...
Although the fund is cloaked in secrecy and made possible by the Western civilization's Federal Reserve banking system, investigators trying to pry into the globalized criminals secret treasure trove have uncovered some interesting facts.
Before looking at some of the startling information behind how the banksters create money out of thin air, ask why the 1968 Minnesota Trial Court's decision holding the Federal Reserve Act unconstitutional and void and holding the National Banking Act unconstitutional and void was never appealed or vacated?
The answer is even the legal manipulators and corrupted high court judges can't get around this decision, figuring it better to just let the case of the First National Bank of Montgomery v. Jerome Daly die in the cold Minnesota snow along with Justice Martin V. Mahoney who was found suspiciously poisoned to death six months after he issued the ruling that exposed the Queen of England's illegal banking scam.
This decision, which is still good law, has the effect of declaring all private mortgages on real and personal property, and all U.S. and State bonds held by the Federal Reserve, National and State Banks to void.
According to legal scholars and Bill Drexler, who worked on the case with Judge Mahoney, "This amounts to an emancipation of this nation from personal, national and State debt purportedly owed to this banking system. Every True American owes it to himself/herself, to his or her country, and to the people of the world for that matter, to study this decision very carefully and to understand it, for upon it hangs the question of freedom or slavery."
Saying this was the most important jury decision of modern times, Drexler who was present in the Minnesota courtroom the day the decision came down, added:
The banker testified about the mortgage loan given to Jerome Daly, but then Daly cross examined the banker about the creating of money "out of thin air," and the banker admitted that this was standard banking practice. When Justice Mahoney heard the banker testify that he could "create money out of thin air," Mahoney said, "It sounds like fraud to me." I looked at the faces of the jurors, and they were all agreeing with Mahoney by shaking their heads and by the looks on their faces.
"Both Jerome Daly and Justice Martin V. Mahoney are truly the greatest men that I have ever had the pleasure to meet. The Credit River Decision was and still is the most important legal decision ever decided by a Jury."
Daly, a small town mortgage holder who had taken on and defeated the Federal Reserve Banking System and money lenders, had this to say about the decision the big shots kill for, as well as making any enterprising young lawyer think twice about tackling the Federal Reserve.
The following is Daly's own written statement about Judge Mahoney's 1968 ruling:
"The above Judgment was entered by the Court on December 9, 1968. The issue there was simple - Nothing in the law gave the Banks the right to create money on their books. The Bank filed a Notice of Appeal within 10 days. The Appeals statutes must be strictly followed, otherwise the District Court does not acquire Jurisdiction upon Appeal. To effect the Appeal the Bank had to deposit $2.00 with the Clerk within 10 days for payment to the Justice when he made his return to the District Court. The Bank deposited two $1.00 Federal Reserve Notes.
"The Justice refused the Notes and refused to allow the Appeal upon the grounds that the Notes were unlawful and void for any purpose. The Decision is addressed to the legality of these Notes and the Federal Reserve System. The Cases of Edwards v. Kearnzey and Craig vs Missouri set out in the decision should be studied very carefully as they bear on the inviolability of Contracts. This is the Crux of the whole issue. Jerome Daly.
"Justice Mahoney denied the use of Federal Reserve Notes, since they represent debt instruments, not true money, from being used to pay for the appeal process itself. In order to get this overturned, since the bank's appeal without the payment being recognized was out of time, it would have required that the Bank of Montgomery, Minnesota bring a Title 42, Section 1983 action against the judicial act of Justice Mahoney for a violation of the Constitution of the United States under color of law or authority, and if successful, have the case remanded back to him to either retry the case or allow the appeal to go through.
"But the corrupt individuals behind the bank(s) were unable to ever elicit such a decision from any federal court due to the fact that because of their vile hatred for him and what he had done to them and their little Queen's Scheme, had him murdered (same as them murdering him) just about 6 months later. And so, the case stands, just as it was.
"Amazingly, if they hadn't been so arrogant about the value of their federal reserve notes and paid the Justice just 2 measly silver dollars, or else 4 measly half dollars, or else 8 measly quarters, or else 20 measly dimes, or else 40 measly nickels, or else 200 measly pennies, they could have had their appeal and would not have had to get blood on their hands.
"As it is, they are now known for their bloody ways, and the day will come when the American people will reap vengeance upon them for such a heinous and villainous act. Amen."
I'm completely new to Bitcoins and the such. I've been reading online, and I ended up installing GUIMiner. I have created a worker, and its credentials. When I pick Slush's pool as my server, select my GT 750M, choose 0-2 for my CPU Affinity, and hit start mining, the program tells me that "no connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it." submitted by
What can I do to fix this issue? Do I need anything else besides my GPU and the program? Do you guys have any tips for pool mining? If I were going to purchase a high end mining unit, (~$2,500 price range) should I continue to pool mine, or should I do solo mining?
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