Crypto Currency.

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  1. robbieg

    robbieg Does this and that from time to time

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  2. mekazilla

    mekazilla Theoretician

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    lol, "thanks and heres my wallet to donate!" funny guy.
    anyway forget all that crap and get on the "doge coins"
    wow and such, much, and very.... or whatever
     
  3. Dah_Hunter

    Dah_Hunter Looking over your shoulder, so you dont have to.

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    So i ended up selling my mining computer and make $400 Profit that way..

    my ADD has made me bored of Mining for now.
     
  4. Soren

    Soren Hiatus is the best way to control the urges..

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    Haha, Ben, you are awesome!
     
  5. mekazilla

    mekazilla Theoretician

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    So, did you end up cashing any coins out into actual cash or do you have random currencies just hanging out in the wallets?
     
  6. Dah_Hunter

    Dah_Hunter Looking over your shoulder, so you dont have to.

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    I have 400$ worth of Bitcoin right now i converted my LTC into it..

    and i can take it out anytime at the Bitcoin ATM. or online.. im just going to hold onto it for now.. cant hurt.
     
  7. mekazilla

    mekazilla Theoretician

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    Ah the ATM probably set up by the NSA to catch those pesky silkroad pothead hackers.
     
  8. Dah_Hunter

    Dah_Hunter Looking over your shoulder, so you dont have to.

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    LoL.. yeppers. its to far from me actualy.. not worth my time to drive the hour to get to it..

    this fad is over for me.. like Face book. it was fun for a couple months.. then meh. *Is that a shiny rock*
     
  9. IMPUL

    IMPUL Collector of fine japanese lawn ornaments

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  10. Dah_Hunter

    Dah_Hunter Looking over your shoulder, so you dont have to.

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    Ya i dont think Bitcoin is really going away.. if anything these hicups have just made it settle in to a more stable Exchange.

    Check out the new Rig i built:
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    Rad Fan Yo.. for Extra Cooling
     
  11. IMPUL

    IMPUL Collector of fine japanese lawn ornaments

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    We are aware that users are unable to withdraw large amounts of BTC and LTC. This is due to our hot wallet being emptied with legitimate withdrawals the moment it is filled and our decision to maintain a 98% cold storage system. The re-filling of our hot wallet can take up to 48 hour's due to our newly designed cold storage system that spreads access requirements over many people. Our decision to go to 98% cold storage is now creating more delays for you to get your funds, we are considering changing our cold storage policy to approximately 95% cold storage(this would give us enough time to react to large withdrawals), in the meantime:
    Please submit a ticket giving as much notice as possible prior to a withdraw of more then:
    100 BTC or 3300 LTC

    For LTC we have identified an issue that we plan to have fixed tomorrow, but for now LTC withdrawals are only available in blocks of 100 or less, if you are experiencing LTC withdraw errors, please try many smaller amounts below 100 instead of one large amount, thank you.

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    Wow. At least there trying to be safe. But the hot wallet was hacked... So why add more to it?
    I say take you money and run
     
  12. mekazilla

    mekazilla Theoretician

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    @Dah_Hunter did you end up keeping the bitcoin?
    now is the time for Ethereum!
     
  13. JapaneseTranslator

    JapaneseTranslator English and Japanese Translator

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    I think bitcoin are at the point where either they become legitimate (formally recognized by governments) or they lose their shine and enter a slow decline, with key players beginning to jump out of what they consider a sinking ship. If their value begins to slide, remember the rule "never grab a falling knife".
     
  14. RyanV

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    Back to the OP of this thread...Did your buddy hang on to the Litecoins? They are at that $100 mark you mentioned in the first post of the thread. If we had a "crystal ball" we all would have invested in these digital currencies when this thread was started!
     
  15. Dah_Hunter

    Dah_Hunter Looking over your shoulder, so you dont have to.

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    He converted to BTC, and then cashed in when BTC were at like $800... so he made some reasonable coin... but now its nuts.. so i decided to dig up my old data from when i was mining... Havent look at it in awhile...

    Converted my LTC's to to BTC, and i still had some BTC. and i have .9 of a Coin... Yay... so i think im cashing. since i had totaly forgot about it. and now well thats worth $10k +
     
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  16. RyanV

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    Wow...over 16k now...did you cash out? If so, still a REALLY good investment over the time you had it. It's due for a sizeable correction here...
     
  17. Dah_Hunter

    Dah_Hunter Looking over your shoulder, so you dont have to.

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    Well considering it cost me nothing to get my .9 of s coin. I'm not worried if t crash's. I think I'm going to just hold onto it and see what happens in the next month.

    Started some other mining again as well. Just to jump back on the mining bandwagon. Till I get bored and forget about it again.
     
  18. Ethan

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    I think this can be. Bitcoin is gaining more popularity every day. It can be bought in any country. I very much regret that I did not invest money in bitcoins before. But now I still hope to do it when its price drops. By the way, I read here about scam. It's true?