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Bitcoin Hashrate Stabilizing Near 35 Exahash/s After 29 Percent Drop in Mining Difficulty

Bitcoin Hashrate Stabilizing Near 35 Exahash/s After 29 Percent Drop in Mining Difficulty

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https://cryptoiq.co/bitcoin-hashrate-stabilizing-near-35-exahash-s-after-29-percent-drop-in-mining-difficulty/
Bitcoin’s hashrate had been rising exponentially from 2009 through mid-2018, increasing through the megahash (M/H), gigahash (G/H), terrahash (T/H), petahash (P/H), and exahash (E/H) ranges. The hashrate first exceeded 60 EH/s in August 2018, and then the exponential increase gave way to stabilization.
In September and October 2018, the hashrate remained stable, averaging above 50 EH/s, simultaneous with the price of Bitcoin being stable near $6,500. Then the price of Bitcoin plummeted starting in mid-November to as low as $3,100 in December. The hashrate of Bitcoin collapsed to 32 EH/s during this market crash, implicitly indicating 20-30 EH/s being forced offline due to a lack of profitability, which represents billions of dollars of equipment.
However, the collapse in hashrate may be coming to an end, at least for now, due to the price of Bitcoin rising back to the $4,000 level combined with a 29 percent decrease in mining difficulty.

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As can be seen in the chart, Bitcoin’s hashrate appears to have stabilized in December, breaking the trend of constant decline.
There are two factors that are bringing about stabilization. First off, the price of Bitcoin has stopped decreasing and has risen back to where it was at the beginning of December near $4,000. A stable Bitcoin price is a necessary ingredient for a stable hashrate.
More importantly, the mining difficulty of Bitcoin has dropped from 7.184 trillion to 5.106 trillion, a 29 percent decline, which makes Bitcoin mining 29 percent more profitable per unit of hashrate. As long as price does not continue to fall Bitcoin will find an equilbrium hashrate since difficulty adjusts downwards as miners turn off their rigs. The point at which the difficulty stops adjusting downwards is the equilibrium point, a steady state where the existing hashrate can profitably mine or break even without the loss of further hashrate.
Currently ,Bitcoin’s hash rate is near 36 EH/s, which would yield a 2.6 percent increase in difficulty if the difficulty re-adjustment happened now. This suggests that the equilibrium level for Bitcoin’s hashrate, at least at the current Bitcoin price of $4,000, is right around the current hashrate.
That being said, the price of Bitcoin going up or down can rapidly change the situation. If Bitcoin retraces back towards $3,000, then the hashrate is likely to fall further, and if it rallies strongly then the rigs that were turned off would quickly be switched on again.
The fact that there are 20-30 EH/s of rigs shutoff makes the future a bit gloomy for Bitcoin miners, since increases in Bitcoin’s price will not lead to higher profits for miners until all of those rigs are switched back on.
There used to be a lag effect between Bitcoin’s price rise and the switching on of new rigs, which allowed miners to make bigger profits before difficulty adjusted upwards. Until the hashrate exceeds 60 EH/s, the time it takes to switch on the dormant rigs will be instant, whereas before miners had to wait weeks or months to order rigs and then switch them on. Based on the data, Bitcoin would probably have to be at $7,000 or higher before Bitcoin miners start seeing increased profit margins.
Looking at the broader picture though, it is certainly good news that the Bitcoin mining hashrate has stopped going down since this means Bitcoin will continue to be extremely secure and decentralized. A rapidly dwindling hashrate would make Bitcoin less secure and more centralized, two factors that would threaten Bitcoin’s reputation.
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Crypterra Works, Not a scam (Invested over 6k)

If you're thinking about investing into cloud mining, the two frontrunners that you will likely hear first are Genesis Mining and Hashflare. Unfortunately for you, the investor, Genesis mining is currently out of many contracts and Hashflare has recently raised their pricing to $220 USD per TerraHash (1/TH). These recent developments in the fast changing world of Cryptocurrency cloud mining have left a void to be filled. Introducing the new guy...
Crypterra Cloud mining is a Hong Kong based cloud mining company founded in the Summer of 2017. They currently at the time of writing have only 113,000 investors using their cloud mining product. Why is this a good thing? Well, it's simple, they need more investors. To gain investors in a highly competitive cloud mining field dominated by a few key players, Crypterra has some highly attractive features:
Lowest Costing Cloud Mining Contract available anywhere 2-year contract length Low $10 Minimum Withdrawal No maintenance fee (limited time)
Just to compare, 1 TerraHash (1/TH) of mining power on Crypterra costs $128.00 USD The other guys in the cloud mining game for the same 1 TerraHash (1/TH) contract
Hashflare 220.00 USD Genesis Mining 179.00 USD
Crypterra is simply the better option right now, it is cheaper, you will get a faster return on investment, and it has little to no fees. Personally I bought two 30,000 G/h contracts for a total of 60 T/h of mining power. I also bought an 80 mg/s Ethereum contract to diversify a little bit. I have had no trouble withdrawing to my Coinbase wallet and am currently slated to receive a full return on investment (around $6000 total) in a mere 41 days.
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency's are poised to set new highs in 2018, you don't want to miss the trend. Get in now before prices will inevitably be raised. If you have any questions at all, please feel free to private message me and I will assist as best as I can. All I ask is that if you chose to invest, sign up with my link below as it will help us both out.
https://crypterra.net/?code=CR10643
Also, current New Years sale has been extended until January 30. This will save you big money...use code XMAS30BTC for 30% off.
Good Luck, Enjoy the ride to financial freedom.
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Before we get too excited about the "eBay Merchant to Sue PayPal" story, something is not quite right with the whole thing. Take a look...

I hope I'm wrong, but I did some digging through the relavant bitcointalk.org thread and Terrahasher (the merchant supposedly planning to sue PayPal) has claimed to own bitcoin address 13cJyLk1yQiJvQqWsMjT8BXhhjz8TQcMkh that was used in a scammy beg for bitcoin last month, while at the same time saying he owns over 80,000 BTC.
This is the bitcointalk thread where he posted the suing PayPal story. And now:
Exhibit 1: In another thread, Terrahasher is called out for using the same address as a bitcoin begger.
Exhibit 2: The downsized screenshot he responds with, claiming he generated that address the day before. And my mirror here.
Exhibit 3: Google shows that this bitcoin address was also used in two scammy posts made to Cragslist in early Dec '13 asking for donations. Here's a screenshot.
Exhibit 4: This is where Terrahasher claims to have 80K+ BTC in his wallet in another post where he is trying to sell 14BTC. And a screenshot of his post.
Exhibit 5: Take a closer look at his screenshot of what he claims is his wallet. My mirror here. He is claiming to own all that money and still asks for donations down below in his forum sig, as you can see in Exhibit 4.
I rest my case.
I want to believe this story is true as much as any of you, so please prove me wrong.
EDIT: He hasn't given up and has taken his scam to bitcoinforum.com (screenshot), where he says he is a moderator (screenshot).
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Crypterra Cloud Mining...The new guy on the block

If you're thinking about investing into cloud mining, the two frontrunners that you will likely hear first are Genesis Mining and Hashflare. Unfortunately for you, the investor, Genesis mining is currently out of many contracts and Hashflare has recently raised their pricing to $220 USD per TerraHash (1/TH). These recent developments in the fast changing world of Cryptocurrency cloud mining have left a void to be filled. Introducing the new guy...
Crypterra Cloud mining is a Hong Kong based cloud mining company founded in the Summer of 2017. They currently at the time of writing have only 113,000 investors using their cloud mining product. Why is this a good thing? Well, it's simple, they need more investors. To gain investors in a highly competitive cloud mining field dominated by a few key players, Crypterra has some highly attractive features:
Lowest Costing Cloud Mining Contract available anywhere
2-year contract length
Low $10 Minimum Withdrawal
No maintenance fee (limited time)
Just to compare, 1 TerraHash (1/TH) of mining power on Crypterra costs $128.00 USD
The other guys in the cloud mining game for the same 1 TerraHash (1/TH) contract
Hashflare 220.00 USD Genesis Mining 179.00 USD
Crypterra is simply the better option right now, it is cheaper, you will get a faster return on investment, and it has little to no fees.
Personally I bought two 30,000 G/h contracts for a total of 60 T/h of mining power. I also bought an 80 mg/s Ethereum contract to diversify a little bit. I have had no trouble withdrawing to my Coinbase wallet and am currently slated to receive a full return on investment (around $6000 total) in a mere 41 days. Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency's are poised to set new highs in 2018, you don't want to miss the trend. Get in now before prices will inevitably be raised. If you have any questions at all, please feel free to private message me and I will assist as best as I can. All I ask is that if you chose to invest, sign up with my link below as it will help us both out.
https://crypterra.net/?code=CR10643
Also, current New Years sale has been extended until January 30. This will save you big money...use code XMAS30BTC for 30% off.
Good Luck, Enjoy the ride to financial freedom.
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DEEPONION AND OTHER PRIVACY COINS

How Privacy Coins Work
Bitcoin transactions are semi-anonymous: every transaction on the blockchain is broadcast publicly and visible for all eternity, but the owner of each wallet is unknown. Tying addresses to real-world identities is now relatively easy for the powers-that-be, because everyone has to cash out somewhere, and that usually involves linking bitcoin addresses to bank accounts.
Privacy Tech Algorithms
The three most common privacy algorithms are zk-Snarks, Coinjoin, and RingCT. The latter method is used in monero; Coinjoin features in dash and is also being trialed with bitcoin; and zk-Snarks are used by most of the Z coins including Zcash.
Here’s how they work:
RingCT: Monero’s ring signatures allow the sender to hide their transaction among other outputs. In addition, RingCT makes it possible to hide the amount being sent. Coupled with a stealth receiving address, this makes for an extremely discreet way of sending funds. Transparency is optional with monero, which uses an “opaque” blockchain. Coinjoin: Developed by Gregory Maxwell, Coinjoin deploys a ‘safety in numbers’ approach. When two senders despatch a transaction of an identical amount, this is converted into a joint payment. When this occurs, correlating the transaction inputs and outputs is virtually impossible. There are many variants of Coinjoin including Private Send, which is used by dash, and Coin Shuffle; Cash Shuffle is the version currently being tested with bitcoin cash. zk-Snarks: Zero-Knowledge Succinct Non-Interactive Argument of Knowledge is a technology that allows miners to verify transactions without knowing who sent or received the coins. Using a cryptographic hash, each party can prove that a certain statement is true without revealing the precise details of who sent what and where. Although most commonly associated with the Zerocoin family, zk-Snarks are also being tested with ethereum.
The Main Privacy Players
Zcash: Born out of the Zerocoin protocol, Zcash is basically bitcoin with the option of privacy. There’s a fixed supply of 21 million coins and despite using a public blockchain, Zcash allows for the sender, recipient, and amount being sent all to be concealed. Researchers have published evidence that suggests some Zcash transactions can be de-anonymized, though for everyday usage, Zcash should still provide enough privacy for most people.
Monero: Like Zcash, monero has emerged as a viable cryptocurrency in its own right, even for individuals who aren’t interested in privacy. Its privacy tech is highly regarded and numerous deep web marketplaces accept monero. Monero usage surged in the wake of the Alphabay shutdown, after it emerged that feds were unable to determine how much XMR the site’s alleged kingpin, Alexandre Cazes, held.
Dash: By market cap, dash is the biggest coin on this list. It’s not an outright privacy coin however, but does have Private Send for users who’d prefer to keep their business to themselves. Transactions are confirmed by 200 TerraHash of X11 ASIC computing power and over 4,500 servers hosted around the world.
Zcoin: The other Z worth mentioning, Zcoin enables users to “mint” a coin on a public ledger so as to transform it into a private coin. This process can be repeated multiple times, allowing a coin to be sent publicly or privately as desired.
Pivx: An open source project, Pivx is another community-oriented privacy coin. It uses a mixing mechanism that’s based on Coinjoin, but which operates in a decentralized manner, aided by a network of masternodes. PIVX is the first proof of stake cryptocurrency to be based on the version 0.10 or higher Bitcoin codebase, and the PoS structure utilised does away with coin age, meaning in order to get the most out of your staking you must keep your wallet open at all times, resulting in more constantly available nodes, strengthening the network.
Verge: XVG is another anonymous cryptocurrency that was designed for privacy-friendly networks such as Tor and I2P. The general consensus is that verge isn’t as private as some of its competitors, so don’t trust it with your life. On the plus side, it boasts fast and low-cost transactions.
Spectrecoin Native Tor Integration preserves network privacy and protects users against surveillance, by keeping traffic within the Tor network at all times. OBFS4 Bridge Support facilitates undetected use in countries that block Tor, such as China & Iran. Spectrecoin is the only privacy coin to offer this feature
Deep Onion Deep Onion is a hybrid cryptocurrency that uses proof of stake (PoS) and the X13 proof of work (PoW) algorithm. It is natively integrated with the TOR network and ALL connections are made over the TOR network. Deep Onion is 90% premined, but 70% will be air-dropped to community, 20% will be used for bounties, rewards and other promotions, and about 10% will be reserved for the development team. The development team from Deep Onion focuses on creating a secure and anonymous transaction network as much possible. To achieve that they are utilizing the Tor network to connect up to. As a result your IP address is not registered anywhere when using Deep Onion. Instead of this an anonymous Tor network ID is created for you. What sets DeepOnion apart from other privacy Cryptos are its ability to adapt to market changes and constantly updating the platform. In this regard we have new features that will be realised soon in the form of DeepSend, these features will offer more anonymity and privacy operation over the TOR network which will make DeepOnion one of the most secure Private Crypto currencies in this age.
However, a particular Crypto currency provides an answer to the subject of Safety and Privacy. DeepOnion is an anonymous cryptocurrency which focuses on the privacy of its users. The DeepOnion developers utilize the Tor network to enable them to meet their key objective which is security. One of the qualities of this coin that makes it attractive to users is the fact that while using it, the user’s IP address is not registered on any platform. Instead of having your IP address registered, one gets an anonymous ID created for them in the Tor network. The Tor network offers multiple levels of privacy to ensure that your location, online activities, and identity are kept entirely confidential.
Tor is tightly integrated into the DeepOnion wallet, and it conceals a users identity and their online activity from any third parties by separating your identification and routing online traffic by the implementation of onion routing, which encrypts and then randomly bounces communications through a network of relays around the world.
Concealing your IP address is beneficial in that you can make transactions anonymously and no transaction can be traced back to you. Well, while some may fear that this is a loophole allowing for illegal transactions, it provides security for individuals making large transfers. Additionally, the coin boasts prompt transactions, with a faster speed than Bitcoin. The DeepOnion coin is still relatively young, yet it has managed to establish a very supportive community. Like bitcoin, DeepOnion runs on a peer-to-peer network, but its use of Tor network comes in as an added advantage. When using DeepOnion, one can be sure that their internet service provider or even the government is not monitoring them. It is freedom and privacy all in one package.
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Sha256 Quantum block duplication attack

Sha-3 256 is resistant to a quantum attack. Sha256 is unknown.
Hashing is the process of creating an output from an input, such that it is very difficult to find the input to match that output.
So... IF you can figure out a method to generate a hash collision with ANY block in the blockchain with any other block in the blockchain.... Or for that matter, any precomputed block in the blockchain, or any block on any other blockchain....
That block collision could be used to sign that other block into place in the current blockchain. Yay! So where the real fun begins is that we have a publicly distributed ledge of millions (if not billions) of hours asics and gpus crunching away at terrahash rates... And its all nicely organized for us!
So, where it gets thorny is the following question: If I were to compute a sha256 block for a known hash on a quantum computer, and then build my own blockchain and just swap that one block into place... then what? Lets say I also started running 15 nodes with this block in place to confirm the transaction. Then what? Would a transaction that was made on a wallet utilizing the transaction made on that fraudulent chain be admissible to other blockchains? How does the bitcoin network handle such an event?
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Crypterra Cloud Mining...The new guy on the block

If you're thinking about investing into cloud mining, the two frontrunners that you will likely hear first are Genesis Mining and Hashflare. Unfortunately for you, the investor, Genesis mining is currently out of many contracts and Hashflare has recently raised their pricing to $220 USD per TerraHash (1/TH). These recent developments in the fast changing world of Cryptocurrency cloud mining have left a void to be filled. Introducing the new guy...
Crypterra Cloud mining is a Hong Kong based cloud mining company founded in the Summer of 2017. They currently at the time of writing have only 113,000 investors using their cloud mining product. Why is this a good thing? Well, it's simple, they need more investors. To gain investors in a highly competitive cloud mining field dominated by a few key players, Crypterra has some highly attractive features:
Lowest Costing Cloud Mining Contract available anywhere
2-year contract length
Low $10 Minimum Withdrawal
No maintenance fee (limited time)
Just to compare, 1 TerraHash (1/TH) of mining power on Crypterra costs $128.00 USD
The other guys in the cloud mining game for the same 1 TerraHash (1/TH) contract
Hashflare 220.00 USD Genesis Mining 179.00 USD
Crypterra is simply the better option right now, it is cheaper, you will get a faster return on investment, and it has little to no fees. Personally I bought two 30,000 G/h contracts for a total of 60 T/h of mining power. I also bought an 80 mg/s Ethereum contract to diversify a little bit. I have had no trouble withdrawing to my Coinbase wallet and am currently slated to receive a full return on investment (around $6000 total) in a mere 41 days.
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency's are poised to set new highs in 2018, you don't want to miss the trend. Get in now before prices will inevitably be raised. If you have any questions at all, please feel free to private message me and I will assist as best as I can. All I ask is that if you chose to invest, sign up with my link below as it will help us both out.
https://crypterra.net/?code=CR10643
Also, current New Years sale has been extended until January 30. This will save you big money...use code XMAS30BTC for 30% off.
Good Luck, Enjoy the ride to financial freedom.
submitted by BryceBuysCrypto to Crypterra [link] [comments]

Crypterra Cloud Mining...The new guy on the block

If you're thinking about investing into cloud mining, the two frontrunners that you will likely hear first are Genesis Mining and Hashflare. Unfortunately for you, the investor, Genesis mining is currently out of many contracts and Hashflare has recently raised their pricing to $220 USD per TerraHash (1/TH). These recent developments in the fast changing world of Cryptocurrency cloud mining have left a void to be filled. Introducing the new guy...
Crypterra Cloud mining is a Hong Kong based cloud mining company founded in the Summer of 2017. They currently at the time of writing have only 113,000 investors using their cloud mining product. Why is this a good thing? Well, it's simple, they need more investors. To gain investors in a highly competitive cloud mining field dominated by a few key players, Crypterra has some highly attractive features:
Lowest Costing Cloud Mining Contract available anywhere 2-year contract length Low $10 Minimum Withdrawal No maintenance fee (limited time)
Just to compare, 1 TerraHash (1/TH) of mining power on Crypterra costs $128.00 USD
The other guys in the cloud mining game for the same 1 TerraHash (1/TH) contract
Hashflare 220.00 USD Genesis Mining 179.00 USD
Crypterra is simply the better option right now, it is cheaper, you will get a faster return on investment, and it has little to no fees. Personally I bought two 30,000 G/h contracts for a total of 60 T/h of mining power. I also bought an 80 mg/s Ethereum contract to diversify a little bit. I have had no trouble withdrawing to my Coinbase wallet and am currently slated to receive a full return on investment (around $6000 total) in a mere 41 days.
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency's are poised to set new highs in 2018, you don't want to miss the trend. Get in now before prices will inevitably be raised. If you have any questions at all, please feel free to private message me and I will assist as best as I can. All I ask is that if you chose to invest, sign up with my link below as it will help us both out.
https://crypterra.net/?code=CR10643
Also, current New Years sale has been extended until January 30. This will save you big money...use code XMAS30BTC for 30% off.
Good Luck, Enjoy the ride to financial freedom.
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Some updates on what's been happening.

Well guys, the past few days have been incredible eventful in the Bitcoin community. This is my observations over the past few days.
Firstly, Bitcoins reached an all time high(for the year) of $25, this was extremely impressive as it has taken its time to get to this stage. Then there was everyone speculating that it wouldn't go any higher than this amount, however, the next day again it broke records going up to a staggering $26. I feel personally, that this is great news for the Bitcoin community as it shows that it is becoming more and more popular.
Next was the Coinbase fiasco, this has been happening lately where there has been customers that have wanted to buy Bitcoins, however Coinbase has been lacking them and have reached their limit. I also feel that this is somewhat welcomed as it shows that the demand for Bitcoins is there, however it has become quite a problem for those wishing to purchase Bitcoins.
Furthermore it has been noted that there has been a rapid increase in the number of users on /Bitcoin now, it has went from the occasional 100-150 people right up to a whopping 300 users online right now. That would further reiterate how Bitcoins are becoming more and more popular by the day.
Lastly was the terrahasher, this has been a big story today of the anonymous user who has come onto BTC Guild mining pool and has been pulling over 1 TH/s which is astounding! Some have gone as far to speculate that this is the ASIC in motion, however some people still aren't satisfied that ASIC even exist as there is little to no relevant evidence to show that they do other than a few poorly created videos.
That's just my overview, you guys can inform me on anything else in the comments.
Thanks - Matt.
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Mining as a Service, Interested?

Den Computers is looking at offering MaaS and we are wondering who might be interested.
I would be using TerraHash equipment and plan for an August start, depending on how soon we can acquire the hardware. We are currently not taking orders but we are interested in seeing who would want this kind of service. The plan would be to have competitive prices, starting with a pre-order price of a 12 month 1 GH/sec contract for $100 cnd. Accepting both bitcoin and paypal. Payouts would be made on the 15'th and 30'th of each month. We are not planning to have a huge operation, only about two dozen users or so. Den Computers is a registered business operating in BC since 2005 providing onsite network support and hosting several businesses and online gaming communities.
Let me know what you guys think. Feel free to ask questions.
Edit: To stir initial investment in this project and get some pre-orders. I have decided that pre-ordered 1 g/Hash Contracts would be $100 cnd in price and 18 months in length. I would guarantee a start date, but the exact date will be determined after I speak with the hardware vendors.
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Noob Question, whats the average hash rate right now?

Looking to get into bitcoin but I cant really find any information on this. I was looking into getting a spondooli sp20 with a 1.7 terrahash rate. Is this still good? Or since last year has the hardware gotten better?
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Primecoin and Dark Wallet

With Bitcoin now increasingly coming in the regulatory focus (Senate hearing next week & Bitcoin Foundation's push for coin validation), it is the right time for Primecoin to take the lead and provide and alternative that ensures privacy, fungibility and network decentralization.
I've seen Cody Wilson's Dark Wallet video and was surprised that Vitalik Buterin is among the developer team. For those that don't know him, Vitalik writes for Bitcoinmagazine, but is also an active Primecoin supporter and Sunny King interviewer. He even once said that if Bitcoin and Primecoin had been released on the same date, Primecoin probably would be the top cryptocurrency by now.
Primecoin already has many advantages: Smoother difficulty adjustment, faster confirmation and self-adjusting block reward, just to name a few. However, the killer argument should be that it is the most ASIC-hostile algo there is right now, even more than Scrypt. Only CPU and (maybe) GPU mining is available for time being and building and ASIC for primes will be an extremely difficult/expensive task. I believe that this is a key element in ensuring network decentralization, considering that the second generation ASICs in the Terrahash range will hit the market soon -- further centralizing network control in the hands of a few.
My plea to Vitalik and the other Dark Wallet devs is to allow for altcoin integration from the beginning. If we move fast and release a Primecoin Dark Wallet right after the official launch, I believe we are on the right track to become the 2nd or 3rd biggest coin.
PRIVACY, FUNGIBILITY, DECENTRALIZATION. Please support! On that note, for a mere 50 dollar contribution we can get access to alpha and beta testing. Donate more and maybe Primecoin support can be built-in, who knows..
Here the link to the Dark Wallet project: http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/bitcoin-dark-wallet
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Terrahash shipping in 2 weeks..*

*ONCE they receive the chips from avalon.
haha "shipping in 2 weeks" - is the meme of the bitcoin mining community.
im looking forward to recieving my terrahash, cant wait!. (1 x k16).
be interested to see some new products too with bitfury chips.
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For Sale: Butterfly Labs Monarch Imperial 1TH + 600GH Aug 17 PRE-ORDER on cryptothrift

For Sale: Butterfly Labs Monarch Imperial 1TH + 600GH Aug 17 PRE-ORDER on cryptothrift for cryptocoins
Tags: #asic, Avalon, BFL, BUTTERFLY LABS, Cointerra, Terrahash
cryptothrift is a Bitcoin, Litecoin and altcoin marketplace and auction site with automated escrow.
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[WTS] TERRA HASH - DX Mini 18GHs - Complete Kit - PRE-ORDER

I'm selling my PRE-ORDER of TERRAHASH:
Order #1071 - DX-Mini 18GHs Complete Kit [enclosure, PSU, fan, software] - 4 x Klondike16 boards Price: $2,790
PRE-ORDER was paid with the option "TerraHash Hosting" : https://terrahash.com/hosting/
Estimated delivery "August 15": https://terrahash.com/estimated-delivery-dates/
My background:
Ebay - ezisdog (32) - 100% - since 12.20.2002 : http://myworld.ebay.com/ezisdog
Payment methods: _ Bitcoins _ Bank Transfer SEPA (EU only)
Any question please feel free to email me to ezisdog|at|gmail.com or PM.
Thanks!
EDIT JULY, 29th: This sell is CLOSED. More info search on ebay. Thank you.
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Helpful Bitcoin Links Please Donate

I'm looking to raise some money to develop a advanced Bitcoin shopping cart system. I'm trying to raise some money so I've compiled a list of helpful links for those of you who use or plan on using Bitcoins. Please donate to my Bitcoin address if you find this list helpful and to help the development of my projects
Bitcoin address 18e2MbUAbH7jNpYtY9Qt2WFUZpagCCEaVs
  1. http://bitcoin.org/en/ -The basic website for bitcoin
  2. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bitcoin -Information for people that know little to nothing about btc
  3. http://blockchain.info/ -Best website to track down transactions
  4. https://mtgox.com/‎ -Trusted with btc transactions, gives good current value of the coin but don't recommend depositing USD to buy coin from them
  5. https://btc-e.com/ DO NOT RECOMMEND USD DEPOSITS. Great for foreigners that can do deposits because bitcoin is always 15-17 dollars cheaper so you can buy there and sell on mtgox
  6. https://bitcoinfoundation.org/‎ -Brings some good news and promote btc
  7. https://www.bitmit.net -The ebay for bitcoins. Buy and sell items for bitcoins
  8. http://www.coindesk.com/ -One of my all time favorite websites. Has everything possible that you need to know about btc and constantly updates information
  9. http://raisebitcoins.com/ -Raise bitcoins for different causes
  10. https://bitcointalk.org/- Obviously
  11. https://coinbase.com/- Good to buy/sell, and run your business with
  12. http://brainwallet.org/- If you have large amount of coins and don't plan on spending them anytime soon then store them in custom wallets
  13. http://www.coinwarz.com/- Good mining profit calc for sha and scrypt
  14. http://bitcoinnews.com/- Has the news but updates late sometimes, and not organized
  15. http://thedailybitcoin.com/- Interesting articles everyday
  16. https://bitminter.com/- simplest way to mine btc. fast and reliable
  17. http://thegenesisblock.com/ -Good information but just another coindesk.com in my opinion
Best websites to purchase mining hardware
  1. http://wtcr.ca/ -Number one because the ship almost instantly. Rates do tend to me a lot more but you know for sure you are getting what you ordered in a week and a half of less. No BS preordering and mess
  2. http://cointerra.com/ -2th miner for 14k. Best deal, has the most reputable staff, and is more for the customers then themselves
  3. http://www.bitfurystrikesback.com/ -somewhat new the game but already shipping and producing! Definitely one of the best mining companies in the game (us buyers can now purchase off of their website now to or their resellers website at https://megabigpower.com/shop/ )
  4. https://www.kncminer.com/ -400 gh miner, yet to ship, but seems reliable
  5. http://launch.avalon-asics.com/ -Can't buy anything, beat butterfly labs, but is becoming less and less dependable by the day
  6. https://terrahash.com/- waiting on avalon chips, could turn out to be a good company but companies that can develop chips on their own such as cointerra are your best bet
  7. http://virtualminingcorp.com/shop1/ -Trying to catch up in the asic miner game, could possibly be a reliable company in the near future
Best Web Sites To Spend Your Bitcoins
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  3. http://www.bitcoinclassifieds.ne
  4. https://cryptothrift.com
Desktop Bitcoin Wallet
  1. multibit.org Compatible with both Mac and PC
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