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Got a 0 on an assignment about Bitcoin for it not being "age appropriate!"
Hello people of Reddit. I'm an 8th grade student of a Cyber School. I am very familiar with Bitcoin. I maintain my parents' 2 KnCMiner Jupiters. I have also traded it at an exchange. I'd say I'm pretty familiar with the coin. In my English class, about 2 weeks ago, I was told to make a "how-to" document on something I know how to do. So, I made it on Bitcoin mining. I spent a few hours working on it, making sure it was the best thing I had ever worked on. Finally, I submitted it. Then, I checked the grade the next day. After a document is submitted, it will say "0%" next to it, until it's graded. So, I when I saw this, I thought, "oh well. Still hasn't been graded." But I clicked on it just to make sure it wasn't actually a 0. Well, it was. I was so confused. I wondered if I submitted the wrong document. Now, you can see what the teacher said about the document. She said it was not "age appropriate!" I then got mad. As I read on, she said, for an 8th grade student, I should write about "cleaning my room" or "washing the car." Well, then i got EXTREMELY mad. Something I had worked so hard on, given a 0% because I had not written about something a 3rd grader knows how to do. Then came yesterday. We had to write a follow-up assignment on the topic we wrote about. So, I headed the document stating the truth that many kids my age mine Bitcoin with their computers, and that many of my friends want to know how to also. I submitted the document and waited. So, went back to check the grade and said "0%." I think you already know what's going to happen next. I checked it and, big surprise, I got a 0. This time, it was a bit different. She said she understands how I "feel" that it's age appropriate. Then she said what I got very, very, angry at. She stated that if I write about abortion, drugs, sexuality, or any other non age appropriate topic, that it will be automatically given a 0% grade. So, yeah. Bitcoin's like killing babies and being gay, I guess? Tell me what you guys think about this. If you want, you can vote this up to spread the word. But thanks for reading this guys. :) EDIT: So, you guys wanted to see the document. Well, here it is: How to Mine Bitcoin
Short on money? Want to make some extra dough for the holiday season? Try Bitcoin! Bitcoin is an online digital currency. Right now, 1 Bitcoin is worth $640! But, did you know that you can create these coins, and help the network at the same time? This is a process called “mining,” and you can do it too! You're only going to need a few things for this. Firstly, I recommend not trying to mine with your home computer. You need a somewhat expensive machine called an ASIC. ASIC stands for application specific integrated circuit. This is just fancy talk for a very power computer that can only mine Bitcoin. Now, these range anywhere from $15 to $25,000, but I have a recommendation for you. It's called a KnCMiner Jupiter, and it's very fast. They're only $5K, which may seem expensive at first, but you can mine about half a Bitcoin PER DAY! That's over $300! You're also going to need a power supply. I recommend a Cooler Master V850. That's what I use. Next, you need an Ethernet cable, plugged into the router and miner. Finally you need a Bitcoin wallet. It can be on your computer or from blockchain.info. Get your address, beginning with a 1, ready! Now comes mining. First, find the miner's IP address. Go to your router's homepage – which is normally 192.168.1.1 – and look for something like “Connected Devices.” Then, it should be labeled “Jupiter” and then some numbers. Then go to the address that it says it is. This may be 192.168.1.145, or something like that. Now, it will say to log in. Log in with the username and password “admin.” This should bring a page up with numbers. You're done with that. Now, go to the mining tab. For the pool, use “mining.stratum.eligius.st:3334” without the quotes. Then, for the user, put your Bitcoin address. For the password field, put a simple “x.” It can be anything, but x is simple to remember. The pool could go down at any time, so be prepared! Get an account at btcguild.com, and make a worker. It shows this on the site. Then connect the miner using the stratum address. Also, be prepared for your earnings to slowly go down. There is a new difficulty every week, which it means it's harder to get a coin. But, don't worry! The price is going up. 2 years ago, it was worth $6! It's gone up over 100x since then! Also, that's the other thing. The price may crash. If it does, don't fret! The price will be back up over that in no time! One more thing before this ends. Bitcoin is NOT illegal. Nor is mining. The US government actually has no problem if you use Bitcoin, as long as you use it legally. There are multiple sites that you can buy contraband, like drugs and guns. Stay away from these sites! In conclusion, Bitcoin is an amazing thing. I mine it myself with a KnCMiner Jupiter. There may be some risks, but they're like any job. I've actually paid off the miner in less than 1 month! So, Bitcoin can really help our economy. It can help the WORLD economy!
Also, thanks guys for all the support! :) EDIT #2: "A" Cyber School is just like homeschool. I stay at home and do my work on the computer. The only contact with teachers is situations like this. When I have an assignment to submit. EDIT #3: I am not saying being gay and abortion are bad. If anything, some of my best friends are gay. I'm putting this in words that she would use. Not mine. EDIT #4 A.K.A. THE PROOF Well, you guys think it's fake. I edited the files down so it wouldn't reveal any personal info of the teacher or myself. Here you go: http://imgur.com/a/SdlUg
Is this evidence that emotion has more to do with BTC's price than reality?
First lets start by looking at the KnC Miner: https://www.kncminer.com/categories/miners The Jupiter Miner sold out about a week ago. I was looking at it before it sold out. I wasnt really keen on the idea of dropping the money for it, but was looking at it none the less. But now they are sold out... so lets see what they are going for now... http://www.ebay.com/itm/KNC-KnCminer-Jupiter-Bitcoin-ASIC-Miner-550-GH-s-In-Hand-Albuquerque-NM-USA-/321261287638 14,000$ with 4 days left on the auction. That unit has almost tripled in price within a week. Yes, I understand the concept of Supply and Demand, but doesnt this also show just how much emotional hype there is right now around BTC that is totally absent of reality. That unit is not worth 14K, if it was realistic to have that value... KnC would have sold it for that. This reminds me of the whole Must have Toy syndrome. Anyone remember when people were buying Tickle-me-elmos for 10s of thousands of dollars? Or the Beanie Baby Craze.? Its behavioral patterns like this taken in hand with the 'to the moon' speculation which is driving up the price which makes me very concerned with BTC's long term viability. BTC has always had some level of volitility, but it seams to me like we are reaching epic levels of volitility as btc comes into more main stream knowledge. Does anyone else feel the same way? I'm interested in others views on this. I realize the 'to the moon' mentality is rampant in this subreddit now... but I'm still interested in other peoples views.
Want to invest in bitcoin but willing to accept more risk for more return? Maybe investing would be right for you!
As we all know, companies such as AsicMiner are currently kicking butt with their asics by releasing the eruptor blades and Erupter USB sticks for mining. This combined with their 28% or so of total hashing power for the entire bitcoin network is resulting in fantastic growth over the past few months, and their dividends are doing quite well. If you are interested in shares of AsicMiner , check out either Direct Shares or Pass Through shares, which is just one share of AsicMiner. You can find them in auctions on bitcointalk as well as sites such as BTCT.TO
There are other shares too, such as AMC which just recieved a few Avalons they purchased a while ago. Keep in mind that the owners relations with others on the forum is quite poor and very unprofessional, so I would still consider it rather risky.
There are also companies which are not based on bitcoin but experimenting with it as a source of capital, such as KenilWorth on bitfunder, who are a mining company which finds raw material deposits and then sells them to another company (I think). The people with that company are VERY responsive on bitcointalk and seem to be very professional.
You can even if you wish bet on funds which are reliant upon BFL's shipping, such as HaveLock's Investments Mining Fund. The owner of that fund is also rather response on bitcointalk and is a very down to earth person from what I have seen. For example, they just purchased a single Jupiter rig from KnCMiner in an effort to diversify so if BFL fails they will not be destroyed.
They are also other funds out there which are designed to represent an amount of Mhash/s per each share, for example RedStarMining which aims to have 180 Ghash/s eventually, with each share containing 2.818 Mhash/s.
Also, a very cool thing about these funds is that they are very present on bitcointalk in the securities section, so you can see up to date discussion about each fund. For example, for red star mining, here is their thread: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=63257.0 You can even get a fund in an exchange, such as Crypto-Trade! Though, they seem to be having some major issues with their site for a while now, which is unfortuntate.
There are tons of such securities available for lots of different styles people could choose, and because of bitcoin buying these shares is a very painless process. But do keep in mind that this is riskier than just holding bitcoin, and there are a good bit of scams prevalent in such securities, but if you keep an eye out and read their associated threads on bitcointalk you will be for the most part safe. Also, investing in companies like AsicMiner increases the network hash rate, making it even harder for a single entity to barge in and get more than 50% of the network hash rate, resulting in an even more secure network! These sometimes even hare shares which cost less than five dollars, so to get started you don't need much BTC at all. And here is the link to bitcointalk for anyone who wants to do more research and look at any other funds which might be of interest. Don't forget that there are some funds which are not exchanged on these sites, for example group buys where each buyer holds a certain percentage of proceeds from a very expensive miner they pool together to buy. As earlier though, be careful.
There is also a really good subreddit for discussing these securities as well as others on /BitcoinStocks ! Edit: Added in bitcointalk threads for each security I listed. Edit: It seems that there are nearly half as many downvotes as there are upvotes. Can anyone clarify?
More information on the Renewable Energy consumption of Bitcoin and the environmentally friendly alternative BlackCoin TL:DR
The amount of electricity required to maintain Bitcoin’s security is legendary. Its miners are scouring the globe searching for areas with the least-expensive electricity rates. Unfortunately, these areas are where the least expensive renewable-energy resources exist in the world. Links are provided below to the references to back up the claims made here. This document will be updated as needed based on your comments below. It has been estimated that the additional electricity required to maintain BlackCoin’s cooperative minting network is much less than three one-thousands ( 3 / 1000 ) of what is now used to run an equivalent sized competitive Bitcoin mining network. Bitcoin’s current electrical consumption equipment arms race is gobbling up irreplaceable, renewable-energy resources in areas where they provide the less expensive renewable energy options bar none. A recent study cited in the Wall Street Journal shows that the hash rate required for Bitcoin’s security last fall was one one-sixtieth (1 / 60) of what it is now. This hash rate inflation has been fueled by the tremendous profitability of large scale corporate mining operations, which have produced the mining technology arms race. The largest known corporate Bitcoin mining operation is reported to be housed in a warehouse in Central Washington State where it takes advantage of the US’s lowest electricity rates bar none. The Spokane Review recently reported that a handful of additional competitors are now about to pop up. Washington State is the leader in hydroelectric generation with 29% of the total national capacity according to the US Energy Information Administration. It is 10th in wind energy production. Nevertheless, the whole state still has the lowest residential electric rates in the country. The New York Times reported on a similar setup in Iceland, which may have the least expensive electricity of any country in the world. It is powered by hydro and geothermal resources. These corporate mining operations compete against each other for the right to enter the next ledger page into the Bitcoin blockchain. The startups that produce the otherwise useless mining equipment are forced to make outrageous claims for their latest drawing board designs to get preorder payments to finance their production as has been well documented by CoinDesk in numerous articles. Are we about to repeat the environmental disasters that followed the 1849 California Gold Rush and the wildcatting boom that began with the Spindletop oil gusher? This trend will continue as long as the Bitcoin mining technology continues to improve at breakneck speed driven by the profitability resulting from the squandering of these irreplaceable resources. It took three and a half years after Satoshi Nakamoto launched Bitcoin in January 2009 before Sunny King in August 2012 to launch Peercoin, the first environmentally friendly cryptocurrency. However, Peercoin is designed to be the savings account complementing the best environmentally friendly checking account cryptocurrency. The market has been trying since then to settle on the best environmentally friendly challenger for Bitcoin. The Russian crypto developer rat4 launched BlackCoin on February 24, 2014 at 6:00 UTC after making the customary announcement on February 16 on the Bitcoin Forum. Startup crypto exchange Mintpal quickly recognized the potential of rat4’s improvement of the design of the innovative Mintcoin protocol. This helped catapult BlackCoin into 19th place in market cap by the start of April. BlackCoin obtained its current 10 th place position after Coinkite chose Blackcoin to add to its terminals in June joining Bitcoin and Litecoin. Sunny King’s protocol has now been tested on many environmentally friendly alternatives. The market has now chosen BlackCoin to be checking account to Peercoin’s saving account. The Bitcoin MIT Project will provision every undergraduate at that institution with $100 worth of bitcoins in the fall semester as an experiment. The proposed BlackCoin MIT Airdrop is currently being discussed by the Blackcoin Community on its reddit page. The proposal calls for provisioning each MIT graduate student with $100 of the best environmentally friendly alternative to Bitcoin in the best technology crucible in the world. It appears from the MIT announcement that the MIT Kerberos & Internet Trust Consortium may have been used as the vehicle for obtaining tax exempt fiat donations. Therefore, should the newly formed BlackCoin Foundation ask the Trust to set up a donation account and let the environmental community try to raise the less than $1 million required to fund the MIT Airdrop. If you have arrived here from somewhere else and are interested in learning more about BlackCoin and the MIT BlackCoin Project, please join the discussion with us at the BlackCoin subreddit: reddit.com/BlackCoin/ Please report proofreading and editing corrections in comments below. References Electricity requirement calculations needed to maintain the BlackCoin network http://www.reddit.com/blackcoin/comments/25a4fq/if_you_are_good_at_science_or_if_you_are_an/ Wall Street Journal Article on Bitcoin hash rate http://blogs.wsj.com/moneybeat/2014/04/29/bitbeat-for-bitcoin-miners-a-hot-problem-this-summe Spokane Review Article http://www.spokesman.com/stories/2014/ap26/northwests-cheap-power-drawing-bitcoin-miners/ US Energy Information Administration – Washington State Renewable Energy Report http://www.eia.gov/state/?sid=WA NT Times Iceland Bitcoin mining article http://dealbook.nytimes.com/2013/12/23/morning-agenda-the-bitcoin-mines-of-iceland/?_php=true&_type=blogs&_php=true&_type=blogs&_r=1 CoinDesk mining equipment articles http://www.coindesk.com/coindesk-mining-roundup-hot-issues-lawsuits-eco-mining/ http://www.coindesk.com/problems-plague-kncminer-broken-super-jupiters-arrive-doorsteps/ http://www.coindesk.com/alpha-technology-initiates-scrypt-asic-tape/ Bitcoin MIT Project article that mentions MIT Kerberos & Internet Trust Consortium http://tech.mit.edu/V134/N22/bitcoin.html
I have a beagleboard that came as part of a bitcoin mining appliance and I broke linux. Offering a reward for the solution.
THIS PROBLEM HAS BEEN SOLVED. I received a brand new KnC Saturn bitcoin miner TODAY. I promptly logged into ssh to configure the miner and made a mistake that has caused the appliance not to boot. I am willing to offer $200 in reward, by paypal or bitcoin to the person or persons who helps me get this miner working. If it starts working, I will award the entire sum to those who helped in a sum divisible at my discretion. This is the KncMiner Saturn, the miner I received today. Here is a picture of the the controller board This is the front of the beaglebone attched to the controller Here is a picture of the back of the beaglebone I have no experience with beagle boards, though I am comfortable with Raspberry Pi's, and pretty comfortable with linux (though I'm questioning that considering my current predicament). Here's a synopsis: The beagleboard runs a custom linux firmware developed by KnCminer with a bitcoin mining program called cgminer. The interface is accessible primarily from a web interface, secondarily by ssh. I am nearly certain that the only problem is that I removed a file that the board is searching for on boot. There is a directory called /config/ that directory contains mining configuration files. I issued
which effectively deleted /config/cgminer.conf.factory. This has rendered they system only partially bootable. The system lights up and it responds to ping, but I cannot access the system by ssh or by the web interface. I believe that all I need to do is to get into the beaglebone and cp the cgminer.conf file back to cgminer.conf.factory in order to enable regular boot. In addition, I may have exacerbated the problem by attempting a hardware reset described on page 5 of this manual. The company, KncMiner, does offer a support page with clean firmwares, but I don't know how to apply any of these to a non-working system. I am more than willing to answer any questions. As I stated, I will award $200 in bitcoin or paypal to the person or persons who helps me get this miner working. The payout will only occur if this thread results in a solution. I will award the entire prize at my discretion to those who help at a ratio of my determination. UPDATE 6:30am 10/22/2013: I glad to see bonez656 post that this is happening to someone else. I am currently trying to acquire a complete dd image of the saturn/jupiter so I can reflash my beaglebone. If this works, I plan to offer 1/2 of the reward to bonez656 and the other half to whoever provides the dd image. UPDATE 7am 10/22/2013: I received support from Emilia at KnC that may make a flash unncessary. The miner has an Emergency State that may allow me to access SSH and restore the bad file. I will attempt this first and follow up around 5pm EST with details. UPDATE 4pm 10/23/2013: The miner is up and running! I'll be providing 0.25 BTC to bonez656 for providing comments that got me closest to the solution. The solution actually came from KnC miner support:
Shut down the power;
Disconnect 12V power cables from all the ASIC boards;
Turn the power on.
The miner will start, and red LED will light up eventually - it is in errored state "No ASIC board found"
SSH into the miner, restore factory configuration files (sample network.conf.factory and cgminer.conf.factory attached)
sync (issue sync command in the command line interface)
Turn the power off.
Plug in back all the 12V cables to the ASIC boards.
BIT.ASIC: Our KnCMiner Orders ( 680 GH/s to 720 GH/s ) will ship by October 15th 2013
We are excited to announce that KnCMiner has confirmed a shipping timeline for the BIT.ASIC orders totaling between 680 GH/s to 720 GH/s. KnCMiner Orders: The following orders are confirmed to ship by October 15th 2013. Order #3246, pay-dated 7/3/2013, for 1 KnCMiner (~137+ GH/s Mercury Bitcoin Miner) (Purchased and Confirmed) with the Sep 30th news update from the manufacturer this unit is now estimated to perform at 137+ GH/s which was previously thought to produce ~100 GH/s Order #4345, pay-dated 7/23/2013, for 1 KnCMiner (550+ GH/s Jupiter Bitcoin Miner) (Purchased and Confirmed) with the Sep 30th news update from the manufacturer this unit is now estimated to perform at 550+ GH/s - they demonstrated this unit performing at 576 GH/s on their YouTube channel - this unit was previously thought to produce ~400 GH/s
7Th/s KNCMiner Jupiter and Bitfury Bitcoin Miners 7000Gh/s KNC Not Cointerra for sale best offer in BTC gets it.
Listing a package of mining gear that averages about 7Th/s at the pool, in this case BTC Guild. Hash rate will vary between about 6800-7050 but could move by as much as 10% like most miners. I cherry picked a number of units from my collection of primarily KNC gear to focus on high performing systems that provide a great hash rate with reasonable Since some potential buyers have asked I pulled up a Bitcoin calculator for 7Th/s with BTC = $560 USD. Obviously with the variable exchange rate, and difficulty increases estimated it's a possible look but not for sure. This Difficulty Coins Dollars per Day 0.70310438 BTC $393.74 per Week 4.92173067 BTC $2,756.17 per Month 21.37437318 BTC $11,969.65 this diff (est) 4.59761908 BTC $2,574.67 Next Difficulty [estimated] Coins Dollars per Day 0.61923263 BTC $346.77 per Week 4.33462844 BTC $2,427.39 per Month 18.82467208 BTC $10,541.82 All KNCMiner systems running 1.0 firmware with custom clock and voltage settings, clock settings I use not allowed in the stock firmware but all running solid and tested for weeks now. All units have custom fans installed to help maintain ASIC and VRM temperatures. To maintain the listed hash rates units will need to be run with covers off, ambient temperature where I run all KNC units in my crowded basement is about 78F. 6 x KNCMiner November Jupiter with EVGA 1000W Power Supply - 5500Gh/s 1 x KNCMiner October Jupiter 6 module with Lepa 1600W Power Supply - 1025Gh/s 1 x Bitfury 16 Card System with Raspberry Pi 32GB SD and custom Case, Thermaltake Power Supply - 500Gh/s Pics available upon request. Send me an offer want to sell today.
Bit.Asic - finally received our first Bitcoin Asic Mining Rig from Butterfly Labs
https://bitfunder.com/asset/BIT.ASIC We are happy to announce that we have finally received our first Bitcoin Asic Mining Rig from Butterfly Labs. Butterfly Labs Orders: check out the images tab for screen shots and pictures of hardware we have received that are currently in production.
Hardware Received on 8/27/13 for Order # 16897, pay-dated 1/18/2013, for 1 Butterfly Labs (5 GH/s Bitcoin Miner) (Purchased, Confirmed, Hardware Received, and Actively Hashing around 5.5GH/s) this asset started mining on 8/27/13
Order # 100049260, pay-dated 4/2/2013, for 1 Butterfly Labs (30 GH/s Bitcoin Miner) (Purchased and Confirmed) Order # 100031677, pay-dated 4/2/2013, for 1 Butterfly Labs (30 GH/s Bitcoin Miner) (Purchased and Confirmed) Order # 100067004, pay-dated 6/16/2013, for 1 Butterfly Labs (50 GH/s Bitcoin Miner with 10 GH/s upgrade totaling 60 GH/s) (Purchased and Confirmed) Order # 100069703, pay-dated 7/1/2013, for 1 Butterfly Labs (50 GH/s Bitcoin Miner with 10 GH/s upgrade totaling 60 GH/s) (Purchased and Confirmed) KnCMiner Orders: Order #3246, pay-dated 7/3/2013, for 1 KnCMiner (100 GH/s Mercury Bitcoin Miner) (Purchased and Confirmed) NEWEST Order #4345, pay-dated 7/23/2013, for 1 KnCMiner (400 GH/s Jupiter Bitcoin Miner) (Purchased and Confirmed)
Total Purchased Hashing Power: 685GH/s
** Total Hashing Power: 5.5GH/s - Actively Mining *** Dividends: will be paid every Sunday About the Issuer: We are a team of IT professionals & business owners with expertise in the fields of server hardware / infrastructure and web engineering. Alongside our ongoing mining activities, we recently launched Bit.co.in which offers the crypto-currency community a free address shortener. This is a launch pad for many ideas we have for the developing community. We are actively involved in the forums. Bitcoin Talk user profile: coinminers Butterfly Labs user profile: bit.co.in Feel free to contact us at: Email: [email protected] Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bitcoinshortener
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