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[Digitalcoin](http://digitalcoin.tech/) is a diligently maintained cryptocurrency intent on market stability, making it ideal for commerce and saving. Possible changes to Digitalcoin's parameters can be implemented upon community rule.
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QuarkCoin Cryptocurrency

Quark is a decentralized digital monetary system. It facilitates sending Quarks to Friends, Family Members Online Payments free of charges and charge-backs. Military Grade Encryption. No Bank or Government Control. Quark coins are based on the original idea of Bitcoin but improved, more secure, faster transaction times and zero fees. With improvements to design and security. There is also a greater coin supply with higher block rewards for miners. Quark is fully Open Source.
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Raspberry Pi Bitcoin Mining Image

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Bitcoin (BTC) mining images | Download Free Bitcoin Photo Logo

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Browser BitCoin Mining Gallery Stock images in HD and millions of other royalty-free stock photos, illustrations and vectors in the Shutterstock collection.

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[WTS]Mining Rig | 1.5Mhash to 1.7Mhash | DC Area

I live in the DC area, looking to sell my mining rig. I'm interested in upgrading my equipment and I don't want this anymore. I've had this for about a month. The GPUs are still working great. One of the GPUs over heats easily but some thermal paste should do the trick (I haven't applied any yet).
It's currently averaging 1.5M to 1.7M. This can be bumped up another 100+ hash once thermal paste is applied to the 4th GPU. I like to keep my cards under 80C.
Currently uses BAMT 1.3 on a USB stick.
ASRock H81 Pro BTC Bitcoin/Litecoin mining motherboard EVGA SuperNOVA 1300G2 ATX12V/EPS12V 1300W 80Plus Gold Power Supply 120-G2-1300-XR ASUS R9270-DC2OC-2GD5 Graphics Cards ASUS R9270-DC2OC-2GD5 Graphics Cards ASUS R9270-DC2OC-2GD5 Graphics Cards ASUS R9270-DC2OC-2GD5 Graphics Cards Intel Pentium Processor G3220 3.0 GHz LGA 1150 BX80646G3220 Kingston Hyper X Blu 4 GB 1600MHz DDR3 Non-ECC CL9 Desktop Memory (KHX1600C9D3B1/4G) RIF6 Powered 1X to 16x PCIe Riser with Molex Connector and Clip for Bitcoin Mining RIF6 Powered 1X to 16x PCIe Riser with Molex Connector and Clip for Bitcoin Mining RIF6 Powered 1X to 16x PCIe Riser with Molex Connector and Clip for Bitcoin Mining RIF6 Powered 1X to 16x PCIe Riser with Molex Connector and Clip for Bitcoin Mining 
Images - http://imgur.com/a/3PM8v
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"Bitcoin mining conjures the image of a college sophomore pecking at a laptop while taking rips from a bong."

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ProgrammerHumor | Image | "Finally a good thing that came out of Bitcoin mining."

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ProgrammerHumor | Image | "I'm going to tell my kids this is how the first Bitcoins were mined."

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Bitcoin Mining Virus (w/Images) - Report and Questions:

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I have recently fallen victim to a virus which I BELIEVE is a bitcoin mining virus that was put on my pc. I don't know where it come from, and I don't know how much information you want, but let me try to describe it as best as I can.
I found a very sketchy idling process called smoker_bfg_1zcontrol.exe. This process is running at low usage, ~3,300kb and doesn't do much of anything. This was the first flag to me. After doing a google such for the name I turn up nothing, which typical just rando named viruses.
Now what really sets me off: Today I stepped out of my room while playing GW2 and noticed that my GPU usage was sitting at 99%. This struck my as horribly odd, that never happens. I sat down and moved my mouse and it went right back down. I checked MSI afterburner and saw that my GPU ran at 99% load for ~1m 20s. Finally, I knew something was fishy.
Before I get into the next part, let me add: This will not happen if I have task manager pulled up.
I pulled up resource monitor and let my machine idle again and I found this process that spiked up after smoke_bfg_1zControl chewed up some cpu. This odd process of course committed suicide immediately after I pressed print screen, but that's okay! Gotcha sucker.
Now, a final note, I ran MalwareBytes pro and decided I would do a full scan to see if anything showed up: I found this after the scan that was attached to that creepy .exe again!
I removed the found viruses, and I'm going monitor it to see if my problems resides, and I'll edit this post with my results, but I made this as a sort of PSA I guess, and just to see if anyone else thinks that my problems will be over, and if this is a bitcoin miner. I don't want people mining for coins I won't get!
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ASIC Bitcoin Mining on Raspberry Pi Image

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IMAGE: Cost to mine 1 Bitcoin in each country

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A Star Trek Legend Becomes the Image of a Bitcoin Mining Center https://goo.gl/peYT66 - Crypto Insider Info - Whales's

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I just became 17 years old and I have to admit that cryptocurrency completely changed my life.

I just became 17 years old and I have to admit that cryptocurrency completely changed my life.
You know those events that feel like will have more impact that you know in your life? Well, that exactly what happened to me with crypto. I just turned 17 years old and realized that the discovery of the blockchain has affected my life and caused so many butterfly's effects that I can't even believe it.
For context I was a fairly average argentinian boy before I discovered you guys. My family never suffered hunger but we never were (and still aren't) rich. The fear of socialism and becoming the next Venezuela was always there, that's why the second I was browsing trough popular as a 14 year old and found a top post about CryptoCurrency I became instantly addicted to it, when I found out that I could hold this magic internet coin that was called Bitcoin and that I could move it around freely, didn't have to give information to anyone and that me, as a 14 year old could buy is when I fully got into it.
I started buying and experimenting, not for the hell of getting rich, but just because I loved the concept, something about permission-less money seemed magic to me. When a transaction arrived to my wallet I knew "this is mine and nobody can't touch it". I felt powerful as fuck. And sure, I fucked up a lot of times, (https://www.blockchain.com/btc/address/12EiYf35g8Xn5wifnzvyj4PYgmJxuDJfa2 was mine and all my savings at that time were on it, till I lost the private key because I was a noobie. I guess you're are all welcome as these Bitcoins will never hit the market again) but I sure learnt from it.
I received the Uniswap drop, moons and trough hard DCA buy ins (sometimes I didn't even eat at school just so that I could save the money) I managed to grow a portfolio from the hundreds to recently 5 figures, and I couldn't be happier about it, but that's not the most important aspect of all of this, the thing is that due to discovering crypto I also discovered self improvement. I became confident, I got fit and the most most important thing of all is that I discovered my passion. I found out that I loved crunching the numbers, searching for investing opportunities, calculating rates and everything else. That's why I'm currently working as hard as possible to get a scholarship to study investment banking.
And that's the reason I am making this post, to thank you guys. I just woke up and by getting a year older I got the chance to reflect on what I have made and achieved over the recent years and I found out that if it wasn't for you I probably wouldn't be anywhere close to where I am today.

Thank you, all of you, Satoshi Nakamoto for creating the most innovative technology of this century, LocalBitcoins for letting me buy crypto as an underage and most importantly thank you CryptoCurrency, because when I didn't even knew what segwit was or how private keys worked you were there for me. You have truly changed my life and helped me find my road in life.
I hate to do this but sadly there are a lot of people that post fake stories to get magic internet points and recently moons so I decided to post this image:

https://preview.redd.it/vy8w8c157my51.jpg?width=1280&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=80f1014ed6a7e000271579e7f6ee7833c5bdb89d
Hopefully it adds some credibility to what I wrote above, thanks for reading!
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Bitcoin Cloud Mining. In the above image I am earning 0. Discussion in 'Bots… #bitcoin https://t.co/PcbLgKWUbU - Crypto Insider Info - Whales's

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live-miner: a live Linux image for bitcoin mining

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Image mining on the blockchain, a new horizon /r/Bitcoin

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Seeking a commission for a reasonable price.

https://www.wallpaperflare.com/seraphine-seraphine-league-of-legends-k-da-kda-music-wallpaper-ymqqk
From the hyperlink above, this image is a character from League of Legends, basically looking for a commission for a wallpaper that'll be very crisp and suitable for an iphone 12 pro max screen size.
I'd like the artstyle to look the same as this image if possible, I am not looking for anything too "cartoony" if you know what I mean. I'd also prefer the colors to match the image as much as possible. Somebody suitable with drawing 3D looking artwork is a must.
Thanks in advance.
Contact me in DM's for payments, availability etc. Willing to pay through paypal or another form of electronic payment providing it's suitable. P.S. I don't have bitcoin or any mining currencies so that's a no go there.
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Reddit technology thread detailing how popular torrent program µtorrent adds code to use your computer to mine coins for them. This move must be good for the image of Bitcoin...

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[Spoilers S7] Here's what we know about the state of Earth before the bombs

Here's a compiled list of what Earth was like pre-apocalypse using details from the show. Jason Rothenberg has said if the prequel gets greenlit, he wants to implement a lot of flashbacks LOST style. These flashbacks may include references to the following:

Oil Depletion

Dust Storms

Water Shortages

Global Warming

Global Pandemic

Overpopulation

Technological Advancements

Becca Franko, The Tech Celebrity

Financial Crisis

Drug Legalization

Battles in U.S. Cities

Resistance Groups & Terrorism

Asteroid Mining Penal Colony

Corrupt U.S. Government

Cult Mentality & Conspiracy Theories

That's what I got. If you spotted anything else from the show, feel free to share! :)
Edit: Thanks everyone for the kind words and the awards! Also, thanks to clwrutgers for asking me to make this list.
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Why running a Bitcoin node makes you "your own bank" and why you should run one

We have many newcomers and many seems to not understand what a bitcoin node is, what power it has, why it is important to run one, why node decentralization matter much more than anything else. I want to share my opinion on why by running a node, you are indeed your own bank.
I invite you to also read this post. It shows how you can represent the Bitcoin network with visual image and it is nice to understand the technical role of nodes in the protocol. I want to focus on my opinion of the banking function of a node here.

What is a Bitcoin node ? What the Bitcoin network does?


A bitcoin node is a peer of the Bitcoin P2P banking network. It is just that but it doesn't tell you much so a better question is : What is a banking network actually ?
A banking network is a mesh of banks which can emit, transfer and redeem their IOUs that we call a money. Emition is money creation and each banks may follow certain rules to enable such creation for a customer. A banking network allows the customers to transfer the freshly creates (or received) money (which is bank's IOU) to someone else more or less freely (sometime you can't, KYC, AML stuff...). Transfers are written in a ledger, which is a trusted record maintained someway by all the banks of the exchanges of the IOU and is what makes this kind of IOU so different from others: the mortgagor (custumers of the bank) can ask the borrower (the banks) to transfer the future repayment to someone else so that the mortgagor pay the latter. Cash is one way to make the transfert, wired payment is another. And the banks can just destroy the money by removing it from the ledger, but better not doing it randomly if you want to keep the custumers using your banking nework (that may explain why burning cash is forbidden..)

Now the heart of banks policy is this: what truely makes several banks a banking network is the fact that they follow the same rules for money creation, transfer and destruction and they agree on the same ultimate ledger. They are several way to organize such network, lets look at fiat currencies first :
In fiat currencies the network is centralized and it may have a kind of fractal structure: the Central Bank manages the currency ultimate ledger but delegate a part of its power (money creation/destruction and transfer) to private banks through law and banking regulation, each of the banks have there own policy, responsibility in money creation and ledger that they delegate to regional banks desk which manage the policy of local banks. Generally, each level has its own ledger and only net settlements are written to the ledger of the level above. Fiat IOU are often represented by numbers written as amount of your bank account or cash (that only the central bank can print). Finally, when money is created in fiat currency, the banks always created an IOU against another debt IOU's (the state and private banks debt for Central Banks, customers for private ones), when redeemed, the banks get back his own IOU and can safely destroy it. We talk about "money based on debt". Fiat currency are today backed by debt. Being fiat rich mean they people have a kind of debt to you a lot (and you may see why inflation is needed in such system since without it, it is impossible to redeem the total of loans interest). During Gold Standard, the Central Bank only created money against gold (but private bank still created money based on debt, this is fractional reserve banking), it was a commodity based money (backed by gold).
So now, what about Bitcoin ? It is a P2P banking network. Nodes are the banks and all nodes follow the same rules. However the network is not at all like fiat currencies: it is peer-to-peer, fully decentralized. This means no nodes has more power than any other node and they all keep track of the same ledger (there is no intermediate ledger like fiat). The nodes check that the supply schedule (the money creation part) is correct, all transactions and blocks are valid and propagate them to other peers if it is the case (the transfer function of the banking network). The IOU of this banking network is the bitcoin token.

What makes Bitcoin a banking network ? (and Bitcoin a money)


Now you may say that my story of "bank's IOU is money of the banking network" doesn't fit in Bitcoin since money is never really destroy and no one will give you something in return if you burn them ... but I have a way to look at it that makes it coherent.
Bitcoin's token are destroyed when you pay the transaction fees, they disappear from the ledger, transaction fees are indeed not a payment because you don't know who you are paying exactly: the protocol force you to give it to the miner who include your transaction somehow. Against this money destruction, you gain a priority score in the queue to write your transaction in the most secure, replicated, immuable database of the world: the Bitcoin's ledger. Why ? Because we have a rule which say that the miner of a block (which is also like a bank customer who borrows) can claim newly created money at most equal to the new supply schedule of token plus total of transaction fees in the block, so the just destroyed money is immediatly recreated... like any normal bank would wish to do in fact ! In the case of Bitcoin, the money is somehow "hash based" and hash is priced by the network difficulty and priority competition. The banking network exchanges against the hashing power they have to secure the ledger a priority right (incarnated by a bitcoin utxo) with miners to write stuff in the database stored by all nodes that they can transfer if thes wish to do so. The money creation against hashrate is a perfect alignement of incentives: the Bitcoin's banking network creates the money for the ones who make the ledger going forward. You can check in a block explorer that the miners indeed claim the full reward in the coinbase directly, and the raw data of a transaction have no field "transaction fees", they are always equal to the unclaimed (=destroyed) bitcoins in the output of the transaction.

So there you have it: a bitcoin node is a peer of the Bitcoin P2P banking network, a monetary network or settlement network (not a payment network like Visa, you can't have a loan with Visa, so it is not a bank). A node follows the protocol rules to ensure the network furfill its function: manage a currency that take the form of electronic cash. A bitcoin node is to Bitcoin what a bank is to fiat currencies network but decentralized and with full powers, that's why we also call bitcoin nodes "full node". That's why you are your own bank when you run a node. That's why you are just a "bank's customer" if you don't.

That's why if you don't run a node, you technically don't have a word to say on Bitcoin rules.

What if I don't run a node and mine/own bitcoins ?


You can mine without having a node, you just have to join a mining pool. The pool uses a node to send you validated transactions you include in the block you are currently mining. In that case, you are trusting the node of the pool and have no way to be sure that the node send you the transactions with the highest transaction fees for example: you are a customer of the node mining pool (which is your bank, you don't own it if you don't run your node). This is generally not an issue because the pool is a custodian of mining reward anyway and distribute rewards fairly later, and miners are often running a node for themself too.
When you own bitcoin without running your node, you use a wallet software: "something to store your money" and nothing more. You can spend bitcoins using the wallet software. But the sofware must contact a bank (=a node) to receive and broadcast transactions in the monetary network. Owning bitcoin without running a node is like having a bank account protected by your keys at the big Bitcoin bank, you are not the bank itself so some node you are connected to may spy you (chainanalysis electrum servers), scam you (electrum 3.4.1 scam), censor you and you may not follow a valid chain by simply checking proof of work in case of 51% attack.

How to run a node then ?

In Bitcoin, we try to make this task as simple as possible. You only have to install Bitcoin Core, the main node software (home page of this subreddit, right panel for a link). But do your own reaseach on how you must set Bitcoin Core for your need because the Bitcoin blockchain is big and your PC will be working a lot for several week potentially to catch the current state of the ledger. This is a time investment, it is ok if you don't run a node for little amount or if you never transact but running a node will make you learn a lot about Bitcoin.
Learn how to use your node to broacast your transactions at least (sendrawtransaction may be your friend here) and notify you when you received money. This way, you are really trusting no one.
Some guide exist to install an always online node on a raspberry pi with many useful tools to use it well (RaspiBolt, RaspiBlitz, mynodes ...), if you have skin in the game, those are really cool project which allow you to run a lightning node trustless and many other things !
Enjoy the endless rabbit hole !
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IMAGE: Cost to mine 1 Bitcoin in each country

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