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EDIT: have been contacted by [bitcasino.io]1 - result pending but positive track - screenshot of contact email :[**[link]4
If you wonder what is holding back bitcoin from striving - scammers are responsible for a large portion - trust is the very essence for bitcoin, if it is damaged bitcoin wont succeed - no matter if itself is a trust-less tech.
This just happened to me [[link]5 beside countless other scams ive fallen for from mining pools ie bitclockers (14 bitcoin) to betting sites (7 bitcoin) - seen it all, so did many other who quit forever.
Its symbolic because there is tolerance within the bitcoin community. You s*** in your own house and expect it to smell like flowers - wont happen.
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Now that ASICs are out... should I get into mining or is it a fool's errand? Any information would be greatly appreciated.

I've done a little reading and have seen these 50 GH/S Bitcoin Miner units being sold for around $2500. Using https://bitclockers.com/calc it says I am suppose to net around $52,436.15 per year... Is this correct? Seems too good to be true. Has anyone had any profitable success out there?
Thank you!
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pretty powerful Gaming rig, what's the best mining application and pool to use?

i7 970 at 5GHZ 12 cores with a overclocked gtx 680.
thats some serious hardware and at the moment I don't pay for electricity.
How much do you think I could obtain in bitcoins and what would be the best setup for mining?
I think bitclockers.com estimated around .55 a month? is that accurate?
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Bitclockers Payout problems

Recently I left deepbit for bitclockers after a friend of mine started mining there. However, for the past few days I have been receiving errors when I try to make a payout. I have switched back to deepbit for the time being, posted on the forums, and emailed any admin I could find. Still with no response I have come here to warn you that this is beginning to look like they are stealing our bitcoins. So if you mine with bitclockers keep an eye on your bitcoins and make sure you can still get them into your wallet.
Forum post here
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Bitcoin Calc?

Hi, just saw a tutorial on bitcoin (yes, I'm a newbie).
Anyway, they suggested a website to calculate how much you could potentially make (factoring speed, cost of equipment/power, etc.) The site is/was https://bitclockers.com/
It does not seem to be there anymore. Is there another similar site?
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Am I calculating this right???

BitCoin mining seems too good to be true, so I'm pretty sure I'm calculating this wrong or missing a huge step here... if I buy a bitcoin mining rig such as the KnCMiner Jupiter which comes out next month, and this gives me 400,000 Mhash/s, then according to the calculator at http://bitclockers.com/miningcalculator I should be getting over 300 grand a year?????? What am I missing?
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I just realized I've lost all my bitcoins...

Dear Reddit, I've just realized that I lost all my bitcoins. The few bitcoins I had were stored with bitclockers and I've now realized that they're a gone. A lot of people have the same problem I do and I'll probally never see my coins again. This is quite sad as I invested in a 5970 to mine them. I've had this problem for a couple of weeks. (Link: http://i.imgur.com/VGoxJYW.png )
Question: Which is the best pool for me in your opinion? I'll be mining 24/7 for the MOST part, though sometimes I restart the computer etc.
PS. I guess I just wrote it here on Reddit to get it off my shoulders.
Sincerely, EpsilonFive
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I did some mining a few years ago, and have a few bitcoins still in the account of the pool I used. The website seems to be shut down..... does anyone have any information on this?

I used a website called Bitclockers.com and managed to get quite a few bitcoins over a few months. I cashed out a few times, but I still have some in the account, and would really like to have those. However, the website has been down for quite some time, and I can't figure out why, or if it will ever be back up.
Does anyone know anything?
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Questions from someone who is new to Bitcoin

Hello, I am very interested in trying bitcoin or litecoin to make a few extra dollars here or there. I've done some research, and I have a few questions.
Right now, I'm looking at the Butterfly Labs Jalapeno. https://products.butterflylabs.com/homepage/5-gh-s-bitcoin-miner.html. It costs $275, and it processes 5GH/S. I ran that through the Bitcoin Calculator (https://bitclockers.com/calc) and it estimated that it would return $15,000 a year at bitcoin's current price of 148.00. (Click this link to see my settings: http://bitclockers.com/calc/mining_difficulty/7673000/difficulty_change/2/btc_per_block/25/value_per_btc/148.8/mhash_rate/5000/cost_per_kwh/0.12/watts_consumption/750/total_days/90/hardware_cost/250)
I'm pretty sure I'm missing something here. I figure there's no way I should expect that kind of return. What am I missing? How much should I expect to make? What advice would you offer to a noob like me? Right now, I'm mostly in the research phase, I don't want to dive in until I'm sure it's the right decision.
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Noob Learning Bitcoin for profit Help

alright, so what i've been reading is my two sli 660 ti are piece of crap for bitcoin mining. I am fairly new to this bitcoin market and in trouble with school loans etc. I want to know what Mhash/s Mhash/j andMhash/s/$ stand for. Again, im a noob at this so i want to learn. I like learning new things and this is very interesting to me. Should i buy a mining rig or build a rig myself? I have money for a rig, but is it going to pay off? How many bitcoins would i get in a day, if i bought a mining rig? The baby jet says 400,000 Mhash/s does that mean i will be making $103 dollars a day?
Heres the data for the baby jet https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Mining_hardware_comparison
I also live at home, so i dont pay for the bills. I've been using this at the moment to add everything up. I live in Ohio so eletricity is around 11cents per kWh. https://bitclockers.com/calc
I have skype, if anyone could take me under there wing and walk me through this process i would apprecite it.
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Phoenix Miner Installation Guide Bitcoin Complete Installation Guide Finding a lost Bitlocker Recovery Key (Superseded) - YouTube GUIMiner Installation Guide Bitcoin Installation Guide

BitClockers.com was created with an emphasis on performance, reliability, and user support. Features include 24/7 Live Chat, an active forums. BitClockers. From BitcoinWiki . This is the approved revision of this page, as well as being the most recent. Jump to: navigation, search. Enjoyed the article? Share: A mining pool. BitClockers.com was created with an emphasis on performance ... BitClockers.com was created with an emphasis on performance, reliability, and user support. Features include 24/7 Live Chat, an active forums community, real-time worker statistics tracking and mining hardware giveaways/contests. The service was first available for beta testing starting May 26, 2011. Contents. 1 Pool Features [2] 2 Reward distribution; 3 Hosts; 4 See Also; 5 External Links; 6 ... Hier sollte eine Beschreibung angezeigt werden, diese Seite lässt dies jedoch nicht zu. Bitclockers.com website is scored 345 1Pagerank.com points (1PRS) and has a global traffic ranking of 143,377 in the world. This website Google PageRank is 2 out of maximum 10 and its estimated worth is about $ 45,000.00. It has potential to earn online around $ 75.00 US Dollar daily. Bitclockers.com was registered 9 years 2 months ago (2011-05-24) and is hosted in New York, New York City ... Bitclockers.com Website Analysis (Review) Bitclockers.com has 1,150 daily visitors and has the potential to earn up to 138 USD per month by showing ads. See traffic statistics for more information.. Hosted on IP address 192.64.147.171 in Tampa, United States. You can find similar websites and websites using the same design template.. Bitclockers.com has an estimated worth of 4,969 USD.

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Phoenix Miner Installation Guide

This tutorial will show you how to setup Bitlocker Device Encyption on Windows 8/10 for drive encryption. Please note this will only work for Professional an... Updated howto Video Guide Available Here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrhuZwJW560 Bitcoin GUIMiner Installation guide by Bitclockers.com Phoenix miner is used for mining bitcoins through the computational power of and ATI or AMD graphics processor. www.bitclockers.com. Category Howto & Style; Show more Show less. Loading ... If your hard disk is encrypted it will ask for recovery key. This video will show you how to backup and use the key . Please note this is one of the method t... Video superseded following feedback by: https://youtu.be/AZlGZLDWnIQ *** If this video was helpful, please considering supporting my channel by subscribing! ...

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