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Messages - supaflyx3

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No go on newegg, they removed the option to pay with BTC on the 31st. You either have to use coincards to buy newegg/ncix/amazon giftcards, or an exchange to exchange for fiat currency.

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Coin cards and quadrigacx are legit

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Use claymores Miner, not nicehash

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For Nvidia cards zcash is more profitable. For ethereum Nvidia and amd hash about the same. I've been mining nist5 and cryptonight based coins however. Sumokoin is about to hit $1 a coin, and I have almost 2000 of them. Now it's time to decide if I sell or wait for $5 a coin haha

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I dunno, I realllly want a g-sync monitor for battlegrounds :P

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Let me know Sam! I'm cashing out some of my coins next week to buy either a 1440p/144hz monitor, or gpus

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No I haven't seen it, but DT isn't a poor man by any means so I have no doubt he has the bullion, he's the reason I started mining back in 2012.

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That was Deadthings I believe, and yes he actually has lots and lots of gold & silver bullion

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Nope. Holding until I have over $20,000 in coins so I can buy a house :p

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God damn my sumokoin has been going crazy the last 24 hours. My $60 worth of coin turned in to over 500.

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Everything Off Topic / Re: Latest Buy thread
« on: May 25, 2017, 07:44:37 AM »
RS model?

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What card are you using? NiceHash is good for just setting and forgetting, but personally i prefer selecting the most profitable coin for your card, and using an open source miner and usually one of suprnovas pools. Also you can make much more this way, if you mine coins and hold them until their value shoots up instead of trading right away for BTC. For example, I started mining zcash when 1 coin was worth $80~, each coin is now currently worth $142 CAD. If I were to have sold my coins right away I would have lost out on around 80% more profit.

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Buying Selling and Trading / Re: WTB GTX 1070/1080
« on: April 19, 2017, 11:19:05 PM »
bump looking for a 1070 or 1080 now.

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Bump also looking for a psu

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Buying Selling and Trading / Re: WTB Samsung 850 series 250gb ssd.
« on: March 24, 2017, 03:16:10 PM »
Bump still looking!

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