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Bitcoin Mining Forums: Turning Computers Into Cash Since 2011

The official bitcoin mining forum / subreddit / chat room / place to be!
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MiningPoolHub

This sub is strictly focused on mining on the MiningPoolHub service.
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After many months of teaching myself how to make games, I've fully released my Bitcoin themed mobile game 'Bitcoin Miner'. You can now play as the classic Bitcoin internet money meme. Link to play store in the comments. (repost, other post got flagged for a word I used)

After many months of teaching myself how to make games, I've fully released my Bitcoin themed mobile game 'Bitcoin Miner'. You can now play as the classic Bitcoin internet money meme. Link to play store in the comments. (repost, other post got flagged for a word I used) submitted by Oxygenjacket to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

AANTONOP: Bitcoin Q&A: How do miners decide which pool to use?

AANTONOP: Bitcoin Q&A: How do miners decide which pool to use? submitted by sexyama to crypto_currency [link] [comments]

aantonop - Bitcoin Q&A: How do miners decide which pool to use?

aantonop - Bitcoin Q&A: How do miners decide which pool to use? submitted by Yanlii to cryptovideos [link] [comments]

How to make free money using Bitcoin mining browser: Ways to Make Money - Lightweight Bitcoin miner!

How to make free money using Bitcoin mining browser: Ways to Make Money - Lightweight Bitcoin miner! submitted by fortnite4technics to u/fortnite4technics [link] [comments]

Today in changelly_explains: How to avoid stuck transactions? Use Bitcoin transaction accelerators - online services that speed up processing speed by “pushing” the transaction and making sure it is picked up by #miners

https://changelly.com/blog/transaction-stuck-unconfirmed
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Bitcoin Q&A: How do miners decide which pool to use? | Blockchained.news

Bitcoin Q&A: How do miners decide which pool to use? | Blockchained.news submitted by Thornsb to BLOCKCHAINEDNews [link] [comments]

After many months of teaching myself how to make games, I've fully released my Bitcoin themed mobile game 'Bitcoin Miner'. You can now play as the classic Bitcoin internet money meme. Link to play store in the comments. (repost, other post got flagged for a word I used)

After many months of teaching myself how to make games, I've fully released my Bitcoin themed mobile game 'Bitcoin Miner'. You can now play as the classic Bitcoin internet money meme. Link to play store in the comments. (repost, other post got flagged for a word I used) submitted by scgco to GGCrypto [link] [comments]

What is Neutrino and what advantages and capabilities will it add to Bitcoin Core? Also any ideas as to when we might see this in use and how might it be added to the core software, will it need miner voting?

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Bitcoin mining facility and the miners who use them caught up in argument over how much money to charge for burning electricity to pretend they are making money

Bitcoin mining facility and the miners who use them caught up in argument over how much money to charge for burning electricity to pretend they are making money submitted by Dogmaishell to Buttcoin [link] [comments]

How to make use of Simba Miner PRO – Bitcoin Giveaway winner and a brand new Bitcoin Giveaway

How to make use of Simba Miner PRO – Bitcoin Giveaway winner and a brand new Bitcoin Giveaway submitted by Hellterskelt to bitcoin_is_dead [link] [comments]

How to make use of Simba Miner PRO – Bitcoin Giveaway winner and a brand new Bitcoin Giveaway

How to make use of Simba Miner PRO – Bitcoin Giveaway winner and a brand new Bitcoin Giveaway submitted by ososru to Bitcoin4free [link] [comments]

How to make use of Simba Miner PRO – Bitcoin Giveaway winner and a brand new Bitcoin Giveaway

How to make use of Simba Miner PRO – Bitcoin Giveaway winner and a brand new Bitcoin Giveaway submitted by Rufflenator to 3bitcoins [link] [comments]

How to use bitcoin ASIC miner?

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It's not the job of a Bitcoin user/miner/business to conform to how BitcoinCore wants you to use Bitcoin. It's their job as developers to create what users have been asking for - a modest max-blocksize increase to allow for new user adoption.

That is all.
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I agree with Satoshi on the fundamental mechanism of how Bitcoin works: Bitcoin works based on ECONOMIC INCENTIVES which assume that MINERS ARE INTELLIGENTLY PROFIT-SEEKING, so they will always use their hashpower to VOTE FOR THE RULES which INCREASE THEIR BITCOIN PROFITS (and everyone else's :-)

You'd never know it if you only read the misguided posts on the censored forum r\bitcoin - but the simple reason why Bitcoin works is because the vast majority of miners are "intelligently profit-seeking" - voting with their hashpower based on economic incentives to increase their Bitcoin profits (and everyone else's too :-)
This is the main aspect of how Satoshi designed Bitcoin - although many, many people who have been brainwashed by Core/Blockstream and r\bitcoin don't actually understand this subtle but important point about Bitcoin.
And this brainwashing is the reason why most of the posts on the front page of r\bitcoin are basically garbage nowadays - because they don't understand the main aspect of how Satoshi designed Bitcoin.
In particular:
This is how Bitcoin works. And it was such a ground-breaking innovation (solving the long-standing Byzantine Generals Problem, finally making it possible for multiple parties to come to consensus in a decentralized, permissionless, trustless environment) that it even got a special name of its own: "Nakamoto Consensus".
Note, in particular, that "Nakamoto Consensus" means that the "rules" don't come from any particular dev team. (How could they? Then we'd be right back at square one again - trying to come to "consensus" on which dev team has the "right" rules.)
This is a very subtle point - especially for people who are used to being brainwashed and enslaved under censored, centralized, permissioned, trust-based systems of control.
In particular, Nakamoto Consensus means that we will always have control over Bitcoin, and Bitcoin can never be taken over by any one particular group - not even by a couple of economically ignorant C++ coders running some central banker-funded shitty startup (eg, Blockstream CTO Greg Maxwell u/nullc and Blockstream CEO Adam Back u/adam3us).
So, fortunately for all of us, more and more people are remembering the important fact that the rules of Bitcoin are not based on "whatever Greg and Adam happen to decide" - the rules of Bitcoin are based on Nakamoto Consensus or "one CPU, one vote" - ie, the rules are based on a decentralized, persmissionless, trustless network where the vast majority of miners are assumed to be "intelligently profit-seeking", using their hashpower to vote for the rules which increase their Bitcoin profits (and everyone else's Bitcoin profits too :-)... which they're doing right now:
http://nodecounter.com/#bitcoin_classic_blocks
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[HINDI] How To Mine BITCOINS On Your Windows Computer Easily Using A GPU or CPU | Nicehash Miner |

[HINDI] How To Mine BITCOINS On Your Windows Computer Easily Using A GPU or CPU | Nicehash Miner | submitted by Rufflenator to 3bitcoins [link] [comments]

[HINDI] How To Mine BITCOINS On Your Windows Computer Easily Using A GPU or CPU | Nicehash Miner |

[HINDI] How To Mine BITCOINS On Your Windows Computer Easily Using A GPU or CPU | Nicehash Miner | submitted by ososru to Bitcoin4free [link] [comments]

What is Neutrino and what advantages and capabilities will it add to Bitcoin Core? Also any ideas as to when we might see this in use and how might it be added to the core software, will it need miner voting? /r/Bitcoin

What is Neutrino and what advantages and capabilities will it add to Bitcoin Core? Also any ideas as to when we might see this in use and how might it be added to the core software, will it need miner voting? /Bitcoin submitted by cryptoanalyticabot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

This is a simple explanation for how easy and safe it is for users & merchants to use instant transactions in Bitcoin. Merchant sets fee requirments, and poll miners to check your transaction is seen by them. If DS attempt is seen, police time 🚔🚨

This is a simple explanation for how easy and safe it is for users & merchants to use instant transactions in Bitcoin. Merchant sets fee requirments, and poll miners to check your transaction is seen by them. If DS attempt is seen, police time 🚔🚨 submitted by PeerToPeerCash to BTCSV [link] [comments]

What is Neutrino and what advantages and capabilities will it add to Bitcoin Core? Also any ideas as to when we might see this in use and how might it be added to the core software, will it need miner voting? /r/Bitcoin

What is Neutrino and what advantages and capabilities will it add to Bitcoin Core? Also any ideas as to when we might see this in use and how might it be added to the core software, will it need miner voting? /Bitcoin submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Let's leave GHash in the past. Miners and Bitcoiners can use P2Pools to secure the network! Learn how to help! Our community has come together in the past to solve much larger problems.

I apologize for adding another "Ghash, nooooooo!" post, yet network centralization demands priority attention to prevent it from affecting the positive contributions of others.
Summary
As a community, let's make this the last time we all hear about the 51% attack.
How?
The community can encourage the use of P2Pools (pools of bitcoin miners that cannot be controlled by the pool operator).
Attention all Miners
You guys are literally the backbone of our system. Without your hashing power the community couldn't send transactions!
Nonetheless, we need your help once again, yet this requires effort on your part unfortunately. (The community can still do it's part to help!)
Miners! Become a fighting soldier in the war against centralization by joining P2Pools and leaving GHash
Here is a list of P2Pools, yet below are the pools most often recommended by the community.
Attention all Developers & everyday Bitcoiners
Currently tools are being developed to allow bitcoiners to contribute to the P2Pool cause without buying machines. By using tools like BlisterPool's donate button it makes it easy for bitcoiners to tip miners actively contributing towards securing the network in a decentralized way.
Let's build and use more tools to tip P2Pools, and give these pools a little financial push to get the ball rolling
Here are some resources to help understand the situation a bit better, please still look around ask ask questions
tl;dr?
Update: I've just learned that regular people can help ensure the security of the network by running nodes. I don't want to lead the discussion on this though as I'm not well informed enough to lead that, yet please look around and ask questions.
Lesser Update: whoah, cool to be mentioned on coindesk
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BitFriendly Bitcoin meetup- ATH | SegWit2x - Why it's shit | BitcoinGold | Miners,Nodes,Users How are the incentives are aligned? | How to use a SegWit wallet for cheaper fees?

BitFriendly Bitcoin meetup- ATH | SegWit2x - Why it's shit | BitcoinGold | Miners,Nodes,Users How are the incentives are aligned? | How to use a SegWit wallet for cheaper fees? submitted by 6-25btc to BitcoinUK [link] [comments]

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