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Bitcoin mining / Re: Antminer s9 13.5TH
« Last post by emma.lee1890 on Today at 10:28:11 AM »

67-73 on 2 S9's that have been up for 24 hrs now
Ambient around 72 with basement window cracked an inch, low 30's overnight

Will not work so well in summer
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 Coupled with direct BTC deposits, FXOpen Crypto accounts are unique in the FX industry and allow clients to transact in a most convenient trading environment with minimal costs and a good potential for profits.
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Security and technical support / Re: How Bitcoin mining works?
« Last post by emma.lee1890 on Today at 10:26:14 AM »
It is possible for some to mine bitcoins profitably with a single device. The major factor is cost of electricity. Other factors are the cost of the equipment, cooling, and noise. While there might be some economies of scale in mining with 1000 machines, it is not a major factor.
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'Lost coins only make everyone else’s coins worth slightly more. Think of it as a donation to everyone.''
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Bitcoin discussion / Re: What is your favorite #Bitcoin Slang?
« Last post by emma.lee1890 on Today at 10:22:46 AM »
whales can still affect the market due to bitcoin’s relatively small market capitalization where multi-million dollar orders can still shake things up. As bitcoin markets become stronger and gain more liquidity, speculators believe it now takes bigger bitcoin whales to shift the trading waters.
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That's it. Nothing we can found in his/her merit history. That's actually normal and understandable if 100 merits was allocated due to the account rank (maybe Full member), but I don't think someone wanted to delete all historical posts to drop account rank to Newbie. Sounds mad. Should delete gradually if he/she want to do this.
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Bitcoin discussion / Re: Are you spending your Bitcoin?
« Last post by emma.lee1890 on Today at 10:20:06 AM »
I spend most of the money that I earned in bitcoin in sustaining my daily needs. I dont usually spend my money to buy the things that I only want. If I will buy things, I make sure that it is really important and I limit myself in buying the things I want.
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Русский (Russian) / Re: Баунти RKT8
« Last post by hadorgcrypto on Today at 09:53:09 AM »
токенов на 450 рублей вчера заработал )
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There is buzz about the prospective of governments and banks accepting crypto or creating their own for its mass acceptance. I don't think this is even worth acknowledging, as all of the present and future innovations are going to come from the private sector. Governments are just responsible for damage control, do a God-awful job for the most part and have never achieved true democracy. In the past, people relied on governments and banks not because they're "governments" or "banks," but because they provided security. Once AI, blockchain, and improved means to use crypto provide even better security than governments and banks ever could, whatever they do will be irrelevant.
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Utrust has signed strategic partnerships in Europe to set up a "beachhead" for more expansion. It signed with Gambio de, a German e-commerce solution provider that has over 25,000 online stores. Utrust´s estimates states Gambio-powered stores generate around 30 percent of e-commerce revenue in Germany and so are in a great starting position for Utrust to expand throughout the continent.


Utrust says that with these partnerships, thousands of merchants can accept cryptocurrencies easily, receiving fiat equivalents in their bank accounts. Their customers will also have access to a proprietary digital wallet that enables zero fee transactions. Utrust believes the large amount of merchants will balance the lower figures of cryptocurrency use, gaining it a significant foothold in the oncoming crypto economy.

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