Nice, mirin'. Keep going at it, and try to get your rolls in every hour possible. It'll start coming.Trevty said:I've made about thirteen cents, so I suppose I'm winning.
Lol. I'm currently at .1 ('bout $87), waiting for Monday so they can be deposited.Scully said:Anyone either rich or scammed yet?
Like they can do that, haha.Lerber said:The announcement by the US that they might regulate bit coins plunged the market. It recovered, but it shows how volatile that market is.
Fair enough, however, treating it as an investment doesn't make it not a currency. You're only buying them due to their imminent net increase in value to be used later (or in most of your cases to exchange for another currency).Mage246 said:That's investment as well.
Are you referring to in general or this site in particular? If in general, see the video below. If for the site, well, they are either mined by the site managers (unlikely) or purchased from miners using the money from the site's advertisements (more referrals = more visitors = more money).Bromden said:Where do the mined bitcoins come from?
Bitcoins are not "stored" on a harddrive, they're stored through a private key (a wallet) on multiple servers around the internet and are exchanged through peer-to-peer, third-party sites via Bitcoin addresses. You can mine them yourself through the power of your graphics card, but that doesn't necessarily bring harm to you or your computer, nor does it force you to wipe your PC.MickDick said:Ok my interest is piqued.
Not just because of this, but because I've been hearing quite a lot about bitcoin and such. Mostly news about people not wiping their harddrive before throwing them away and losing like.. a 100million worth in bitcoins. Strange stuff... storing money on your own computer? Is this basically what bitcoins are?
Bromden said:I don't want to pretend I understood half of it, but is it something like sharing computing power on the net?
And if it doesn't have any RL base (gold), and it is made out of nothing (well, bits), why can't I simply give myself quantichillion bitcoins?
You can't exactly inflate BTC.K-64 said:So... it's increasing in value even though they're "printing" more bitcoins through that mining or whatever the **** you call it? Germany called, they want to know what they did wrong 100 years ago.
Not a whole lot of people are familiar with LTC yet, but it indeed has the potential to replace BTC. Growing fast, and easier to mine.Kevlar said:I actually set up my computer for mining litecoins the other week but didn't bother configuring it a lot so it wasn't really worth it. Btc is even worse to mine now.
100% true. Since most Bitcoin cash-ins are made privately (peer-to-peer) through third party websites, it's best you choose reliable traders, and, after making transactions, it's always a safe step to remake another wallet and transfer the BTC.Mage246 said:I could very easily see this as being a method used by hackers to gain access to other Bitcoin wallets/your accounts by tracking the transfers somehow. Let a few minnows get some nibbles from the proceeds and only go after the big pockets. Given how poorly regulated (actually almost none at all) Bitcoin is, there's about a 0% chance of any law enforcement doing anything if you happen to get ripped off somehow.
So, if you are going to involve yourself in this, set up brand new accounts for everything. Those accounts should ONLY handle your proceeds from this site. Assume that it's possible that any account you might have that is associated with this could get hacked and you will lose anything in it.
Once again, if you'll read above, the currency was often used in Silk Road purchases because it is unregulated. This doesn't make it illegal. Please read up to your current news, many more people use BTC other than "drug dealers and scumbags."Kevlar said:
Nope, registering with your e-mail is optional. All you need is a Bitcoin address and a password.Radalan said:This looks like something I might have in the spam address of my email.
What's the catch? What do you have to give to get?
Come clean? As if it's something to be ashamed of? Posting this because it's going to be of use to most of you, and the more people join and roll, the higher the pool stakes.Elisianthus said:Generally, if you're going to post a referal link, you should have the decency to come clean about it up front.
glad i made u mad bruhMage246 said:Are you retarded? None of those are the rockets used in the attack. Try again. Soviet-produced 140mm rockets would be a good start, not that you have a ******** clue what those look like.
Or did you think "post evidence that the rebels carried out the rocket attack using sarin" meant "post random **** that has nothing to do with it"?
Mage246 said:I have seen pictures of the missiles used. The delivery system was quite sophisticated and maximized the possible payload. The quantity used overall was also very high. Nice try, though.