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How to do GPU Bitcoin Mining on a Mac with Diablo Miner

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How to do GPU Bitcoin Mining on a Mac with Diablo Miner

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How to do GPU Bitcoin Mining on a Mac with Diablo Miner

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What's the difference?

What's the difference?
Forget the holy bible of Satoshi Nakamato.

Ignore all the preachers.

Tell me, at it's purest form.

What is the difference?


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What mods do you recommend?

Hello, i only played skyrim vanilla and quit when i was done with the storyline, but i want to play again with mods, here's what i like
So yeah, i'm asking because i just tried searching mods and it seems a lot of the time i found out the mod isn't for me after 5 minutes of in depth reading..
At best, i'd like skyrim to become a diablo like hack and slasher but harder and grindier.
Also, can mods have their source opened and edited? Would be nice if i could edit them because sometimes mods add both things i like and things i hate
Edit: here's my mod list
 0 0 Skyrim.esm 1 1 Update.esm 2 2 Dawnguard.esm 3 3 HearthFires.esm 4 4 Dragonborn.esm 5 5 Unofficial Skyrim Legendary Edition Patch.esp 6 6 Skyrim Project Optimization - Full Version.esm 7 7 Falskaar.esm 8 8 SkyUI.esp 9 9 TradeBarter.esp 10 a Populated Cities Towns Villages.esp 11 b More Interesting Loot for Skyrim.esp 12 c Apocalypse - The Spell Package.esp 13 d Chesko_LevelUp.esp 14 e Fantasy Soundtrack Project.esp 15 f Fantasy Soundtrack Project - Combat.esp 16 10 Ordinator - Perks of Skyrim.esp 17 11 Surreal Lighting.esp 18 12 Worlds Dawn.esp 19 13 EnemyEnhancer.esp 20 14 IcePenguinWorldMap.esp 21 15 Wintermyst - Enchantments of Skyrim.esp 22 16 Alternate Start - Live Another Life.esp 23 17 ASIS-Dependency.esp 
Having fun now, it's not perfect but it's so much better than before, mostly because game isn't lagging like hell because i deleted the bitcoin miner virus lol, now i can play on high graphics with zero lag!
Some minor annoyances though..battle cries break my ears but i can't hear anything the npcs are saying if they're old and quiet..
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Bitcoin dev IRC meeting in layman's terms (2015-12-03)

Once again my attempt to summarize and explain the weekly bitcoin developer meeting in layman's terms. Link to last weeks summarization Note that I crosspost this to btc, Voat, bitcoin.com and the bitcoin-discuss mailing list every week. I have altered this version very slightly to accommodate for bitcoin community guidelines
Disclaimer
Please bear in mind I'm not a developer and I'd have problems coding "hello world!", so some things might be incorrect or plain wrong. Like any other write-up it likely contains personal biases, although I try to stay as neutral as I can. There are no decisions being made in these meetings, so if I say "everyone agrees" this means everyone present in the meeting, that's not consensus, but since a fair amount of devs are present it's a good representation.
link to this week logs (slightly bugged logs as you'll see)
Meeting minutes by meetbot
Main topics discussed where:
BIP68-related pull requests Eviction and onions BIP for opt-in RBF
Short topics/notes
Personal note: My weekly posts are being read by more people than I ever anticipated and people are expecting these to come weekly. Next year mid-february I'll be on vacation for a month, so I won't be able to do the meetings from 2016/02/18 to 2016/03/10. If there's anyone who's up for the challenge to take over during a week (and share the load with others) feel free to pm me. I'm announcing well in advance, so there's more chance to find some people and to not make this a last minute thing.
A lot of developers where traveling to the scaling bitcoin conference (videos), so this is again a shorter, and it'll likely be the same next week (as a lot of developers stay in Hong Kong for the developer meetup after the conference).
Also a reminder to anyone that's running a full node to update their node to core 11.2 or 10.4, btcd 0.12, client software which attempts to alter the Bitcoin protocol without overwhelming consensus version D, or any other node that supports BIP65 CLTV, to accommodate for the upcoming softfork. Not updating will mean you'll be trusting miners to produce valid blocks. 85% of miners advertise they support CLTV transactions and the softfork will activate when 95% is reached, currently (time of writing) +/- 30% of nodes is updated.
BIP68-related pull requests
BIP 68 Consensus-enforced transaction replacement signaled via sequence numbers , and current implementation. BIP 68 changes the meaning of the previously unused sequence number field to a relative locktime.
There is a pull-request for a small correction in the comments of the code. There's been work on optimizing CreateNewBlock (which does what it says). Morcos and sdaftuar are looking at two approaches, one of which will refactor the BIP68 implementation significantly. As the refactoring would be better done before BIP68 gets merged, it would be good to know which approach is better.
Look into the CreateNewBlock optimization approaches.
Eviction and onions
Starting with Tor version 0.2.7.1 it is possible to create hidden services programmatically. Bitcoin will now automatically create a hidden service to listen on if Tor is running.
Localhost peers are never evicted; so as soon as you show up on a hidden service someone can prevent anyone else from connecting to you trivially. Pull-request #7082 addresses this problem by using latency to detect actual local peers. You can also use whitelists to distinguish between real localhost connections and tor localhost connections, but that might break existing software. wumpus notes we should encourage using the whitelist for special peers in the long term.
Take a look at Pull-request #7082
BIP for opt-in RBF
Currently when a node sees a transaction that spends the same output it ignores it. With replace-by-fee it replaces the current transaction in the mempool if it has a higher fee. This allows for things like spending "stuck" transactions, adding more recipients to a transaction in order to prevent chaining, etc.
Since there are people that accept 0-confirmation transactions and this would make it extremely easy to double spend them, this is made opt-in. The sender can choose to opt-in to replace-by-fee by changing the nSequence field of all inputs. This is a mempool policy for the upcoming 0.12 release. There's a good FAQ-ish post on reddit about it.
Question is if opt-in RBF should have a BIP or not. It is just policy code, however standardness has been covered before in BIPs. sdaftuar notes it's unfortunate that the only documentation for what wallet writers should do is in a single mailing list post. harding volunteers to write the BIP.
harding will write the BIP in coordination with petertodd.
Participants
wumpus Wladimir J. van der Laan morcos Alex Morcos btcdrak btcdrak sipa Pieter Wuille gmaxwell Gregory Maxwell cfields Cory Fields jonasschnelli Jonas Schnelli Diablo-D3 Patrick McFarland sdaftuar Suhas Daftuar harding David A. Harding jcorgan Johnathan Corgan 
Comic relief
19:26 cfields sec, i'll like the mail thread 19:26 sipa cfields: you'll "like" it, is it on facebook? 19:27 wumpus twitter has 'likes' now too :') 
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Anyone using linux to mine bitcoin?

My setup is an AMD PhenomII 965 black edition with 12gb DDR3 1333 and an Nvidia GTX460 1gb graphics card. I run Ubuntu 12.04
My roommate's setup is an AMD PhenomII 945 Black edition with 4gb DDR2 800 and an Nvidia GTX 460 1gb graphics card. He runs Windows 7
Using DiabloMiner on my Ubuntu 12.04 setup, I get around 50 Mhash and my computer becomes unusable during this time.
When my roommate uses GUIminer on his Windows 7 setup, he gets around 70 Mhash and can still browse the web and do other non-graphics intensive tasks.
Is this simply a limitation of Nvidia drivers on Linux, or is there something I'm missing? Any advice from other Linux using bitcoin miners out there would be of great help.
EDIT:

I am aware that AMD is better than Nvidia for mining BTC. My question was whether or not my setup was being limited by some combination of my OS/Drivers/Mining Tool. I am also welcoming any advice that isn't buy an AMD card, for improving my current setup.

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mining help please..

So I am a bit limited running a macbook pro with 10.6.8. I am more confortable with DiabloMiner as I have succesfully had that mining bitcoins (didn't actually mine for long, but was able to succesfully set it up), but also have CGminer installed. I can't get either of them working correctly with doge.pool.pm
Diablominer is showing
[1/20/14 11:00:47 PM] Added GeForce 9400M (#1) (2 CU, local work size of 256)
[1/20/14 11:00:49 PM] ERROR: Can't connect to Bitcoin: Bitcoin returned unparsable JSON [1/20/14 11:00:50 PM]
and CGminer 3.7.2 is showing error
[2014-01-20 23:03:27] Started cgminer 3.7.2 [2014-01-20 23:03:31] Network diff set to 873 [2014-01-20 23:03:32] Error -11: Building Program (clBuildProgram) [2014-01-20 23:03:32] :678:10:{678:10-678:20}: error: no matchi ng overload found for arguments of type 'unsigned int attribute((ext_vector _type(4))), unsigned int' B[i] = EndianSwap(tmp[i]); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I know I have an old slow computer, and have already bought btc/doge with usd, but I would also like to just mine whatever I can, even if it's close to nothing. Thanks in advance for any help.
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Bitcoin mining on OS X (10.7.5)

Posted this in /bitcoin first but was told that I might have better odds getting a good answer here instead.
I have a MBP from 2011 with the following stats:
I've been looking around for a miner to run on this computer while it idles, and I have noticed that there is no many alternatives out there for a Mac. In addition, I seem to be running into problems using the ones that do exist, most likely because most of them are GPU miners and the integrated graphics card on this machine is fairly shit.
I am aware that mining on this machine will never really give me much, but I enjoy the idea of having the computer at least try to do something useful. :)
Both DiabloMiner and Bitminter do not work for me.
The miner that at least seems to run is cgminer, however when checking the output it will show me an average hashrate of 0.0 Kh/s, and a certain number of "Work items generated locally".
Anyone have any suggestions to what I could do to be able to mine on this machine?
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This Might Work. If not, shut me down.

I own 4 minecraft servers that average roughly 64 players at a time, each. I'm also admin on a few other servers and therefore can install plugins and such. All the plugins for bukkit (minecraft server type) are written in java, and when looking at the code for DiabloMiner I realized it contained a .jar. Here's my idea. Take the jar, make it run as a plugin, and mine for bitcoins. This might be in a grey area because it is forcing the user to bitcoin mine without their knowing, but all minecraft server plugins do anyways is have code run on a client computer to talk to the server. Anyone have any comments, ideas, connections, or reasons this wouldn't work? I'm open to anything, and just posted this because I thought it could possibly be a way of making profit.
I'm thinking of the plugin code looking something like this: if(Bukkit.getServer().getOnlinePlayers().size() > 5) { // Run bitcoin miner }
This would turn on the miner when people are actually playing on the server, since without players it would be useless.
Thanks!
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Can anyone help me with mining?

So I am a bit limited running a macbook pro with 10.6.8. I am more confortable with DiabloMiner as I have succesfully had that mining bitcoins (didn't actually mine for long, but was able to succesfully set it up), but also have CGminer installed. I can't get either of them working correctly with doge.pool.pm
Diablominer is showing
[1/20/14 11:00:47 PM] Added GeForce 9400M (#1) (2 CU, local work size of 256)
[1/20/14 11:00:49 PM] ERROR: Can't connect to Bitcoin: Bitcoin returned unparsable JSON [1/20/14 11:00:50 PM]
and CGminer 3.7.2 is showing error
[2014-01-20 23:03:27] Started cgminer 3.7.2 [2014-01-20 23:03:31] Network diff set to 873 [2014-01-20 23:03:32] Error -11: Building Program (clBuildProgram) [2014-01-20 23:03:32] :678:10:{678:10-678:20}: error: no matchi ng overload found for arguments of type 'unsigned int attribute((ext_vector _type(4))), unsigned int' B[i] = EndianSwap(tmp[i]); ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I know I have an old slow computer, and have already bought btc/doge with usd, but I would also like to just mine whatever I can, even if it's close to nothing. Thanks in advance for any help.
submitted by tonytreesNYY to dogemining [link] [comments]

Any bitcoin miners using linux?

My setup is an AMD PhenomII 965 black edition with 12gb DDR3 1333 and an Nvidia GTX460 1gb graphics card. I run Ubuntu 12.04
My roommate's setup is an AMD PhenomII 945 Black edition with 4gb DDR2 800 and an Nvidia GTX 460 1gb graphics card. He runs Windows 7
Using DiabloMiner on my Ubuntu 12.04 setup, I get around 50 Mhash and my computer becomes unusable during this time.
When my roommate uses GUIminer on his Windows 7 setup, he gets around 70 Mhash and can still browse the web and do other non-graphics intensive tasks.
Is this simply a limitation of Nvidia drivers on Linux, or is there something I'm missing? Any advice from other Linux using bitcoin miners out there would be of great help.
EDIT:

I am aware that AMD is better than Nvidia for mining BTC. My question was whether or not my setup was being limited by some combination of my OS/Drivers/Mining Tool. I am also welcoming any advice that isn't buy an AMD card, for improving my current setup.

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Setting up solo mining just targeting USB erupters? PC/Mac?

I am having trouble trying to get solo mining started on either my PC or Mac. I have a PC set up that is using three 7950s that are mining Litecoins. I'd like to have my 2 USB erupters solo mining Bitcoins for fun on the same system. I have the drivers installed for the USB miners and my system recognizes them.
I am starting Bitcoin-QT as -server
My bitcoin.conf looks like this: listen=1 server=1 rpcuser=user rpcpassword=pass
I set up a BFG .bat like this: bfgminer.exe -o 127.0.0.1:8332 -O -u user -p pass
When I launch that, BFG just crashes. I have also tried it with CGminer and that crashes also. I'd like to keep CGminer on the cards Litecoin mining and use BFG for the USB miners.
How do I get BFG to work just with the USBs? Also, do I need to input a Bitcoin address somewhere so if I did solve something I get the payout?
Sometimes, I do more work on my Mac and am also trying to set up the USBs to mine on a Mac using Diablo miner. Will that work the same way as the PC setup once we get it figured out?
Thanks for any help.
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Bitcoin dev IRC meeting in layman's terms (2015-12-03)

Once again my attempt to summarize and explain the weekly bitcoin developer meeting in layman's terms. Link to last weeks summarization
Disclaimer
Please bear in mind I'm not a developer and I'd have problems coding "hello world!", so some things might be incorrect or plain wrong. Like any other write-up it likely contains personal biases, although I try to stay as neutral as I can. There are no decisions being made in these meetings, so if I say "everyone agrees" this means everyone present in the meeting, that's not consensus, but since a fair amount of devs are present it's a good representation.
link to this week logs (slightly bugged logs as you'll see) Meeting minutes by meetbot
Main topics discussed where:
BIP68-related pull requests Eviction and onions BIP for opt-in RBF
Short topics/notes
Personal note: My weekly posts are being read by more people than I ever anticipated and people are expecting these to come weekly. Next year mid-february I'll be on vacation for a month, so I won't be able to do the meetings from 2016/02/18 to 2016/03/10. If there's anyone who's up for the challenge to take over during a week (and share the load with others) feel free to pm me. I'm announcing well in advance, so there's more chance to find some people and to not make this a last minute thing.
A lot of developers where traveling to the scaling bitcoin conference (videos), so this is again a shorter, and it'll likely be the same next week (as a lot of developers stay in Hong Kong for the developer meetup after the conference).
Also a reminder to anyone that's running a full node to update their node to core 11.2 or 10.4, btcd 0.12, bitcoinXT D, or any other node that supports BIP65 CLTV, to accommodate for the upcoming softfork. Not updating will mean you'll be trusting miners to produce valid blocks. 85% of miners advertise they support CLTV transactions and the softfork will activate when 95% is reached, currently (time of writing) +/- 30% of nodes is updated.
BIP68-related pull requests
BIP 68 Consensus-enforced transaction replacement signaled via sequence numbers , and current implementation. BIP 68 changes the meaning of the previously unused sequence number field to a relative locktime.
There is a pull-request for a small correction in the comments of the code. There's been work on optimizing CreateNewBlock (which does what it says). Morcos and sdaftuar are looking at two approaches, one of which will refactor the BIP68 implementation significantly. As the refactoring would be better done before BIP68 gets merged, it would be good to know which approach is better.
Look into the CreateNewBlock optimization approaches.
Eviction and onions
Starting with Tor version 0.2.7.1 it is possible to create hidden services programmatically. Bitcoin will now automatically create a hidden service to listen on if Tor is running.
Localhost peers are never evicted; so as soon as you show up on a hidden service someone can prevent anyone else from connecting to you trivially. Pull-request #7082 addresses this problem by using latency to detect actual local peers. You can also use whitelists to distinguish between real localhost connections and tor localhost connections, but that might break existing software. wumpus notes we should encourage using the whitelist for special peers in the long term.
Take a look at Pull-request #7082
BIP for opt-in RBF
Currently when a node sees a transaction that spends the same output it ignores it. With replace-by-fee it replaces the current transaction in the mempool if it has a higher fee. This allows for things like spending "stuck" transactions, adding more recipients to a transaction in order to prevent chaining, etc.
Since there are people that accept 0-confirmation transactions and this would make it extremely easy to double spend them, this is made opt-in. The sender can choose to opt-in to replace-by-fee by changing the nSequence field of all inputs. This is a mempool policy for the upcoming 0.12 release. There's a good FAQ-ish post on reddit about it.
Question is if opt-in RBF should have a BIP or not. It is just policy code, however standardness has been covered before in BIPs. sdaftuar notes it's unfortunate that the only documentation for what wallet writers should do is in a single mailing list post. harding volunteers to write the BIP.
harding will write the BIP in coordination with petertodd.
Participants
wumpus Wladimir J. van der Laan morcos Alex Morcos btcdrak btcdrak sipa Pieter Wuille gmaxwell Gregory Maxwell cfields Cory Fields jonasschnelli Jonas Schnelli Diablo-D3 Patrick McFarland sdaftuar Suhas Daftuar harding David A. Harding jcorgan Johnathan Corgan 
Comic relief
19:26 cfields sec, i'll like the mail thread 19:26 sipa cfields: you'll "like" it, is it on facebook? 19:27 wumpus twitter has 'likes' now too :') 
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Don't mine bitcoins with an iMac!

I just got a new iMac at work (I'm a PC/linux guy, but my boss is a Mac guy). It has a ATI 6970, which is one of the best video cards for bitcoin mining today. So I figure I'll download Diablo miner and set it up. Apparently Open CL doesn't work very well on a Mac, so I was only mining at about 1/4 the rate that the 6970 would get in a PC, but still figured it would be worth it to run it over the weekend.
So I come back on Monday, and the computer is froze. I restart, and I'm getting visual artifacts on the screen, and it freezes, usually at the login screen, sometimes it logs in, only to have more video artifacts, and freezes shortly after. I'm pretty sure I fried the video card. . .
I load in safe mode, and delete everything related to bitcoin or the diablo miner, and call the company's tech guy complaining my New iMac is acting up, acting like I have no idea why it would do that.
TL;DR I fried my brand new (company) iMac by running bitcoin miner over the weekend.
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How do I... Do this?

I downloaded DiabloMiner, and I have Bitcoin running in the background, still updating the chain. Whenever I run Diablo in my terminal though, it says:
[2/14/12 4:04:42 PM] Started [2/14/12 4:04:42 PM] Connecting to: http://localhost:8332/ [2/14/12 4:04:43 PM] ERROR: Cannot connect to localhost: Connection refused [2/14/12 4:04:44 PM] Using NVIDIA CUDA OpenCL 1.1 CUDA 4.0.1 [2/14/12 4:04:44 PM] Added GeForce GTX 580 (#1) (16 CU, local work size of 1024) [2/14/12 4:04:44 PM] ERROR: Cannot connect to localhost: Connection refused [2/14/12 4:04:45 PM] ERROR: Cannot connect to localhost: Connection refused [2/14/12 4:04:45 PM] ERROR: Cannot connect to localhost: Connection refused [2/14/12 4:04:45 PM] ERROR: Cannot connect to localhost: Connection refused [2/14/12 4:04:45 PM] ERROR: Cannot connect to localhost: Connection refused 
I'm confused out of my mind on this thing, I just want to run my new nVidia geforce 580 (fermi) to make a few bitcoins while I go to class. I'm in a college dorm, so I don't have to pay for power, from what I've heard, that's the only real expense these things have. What am I doing wrong?
Edit: I think this thing is my "deposit" ID thing? 1HjuuBdTXvZTRSH1PYKamgUezLzzwL7KC6, which is weird, because I went to that site where you retweet stupid things in exchange for bitcoins, and they never arrived to my account. I set it up on that website, bitcoins.de, since they give you a free bitcent for joining, but that's all I have in my account.
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Using 2 GPUs with DiabloMiner - only detects 1 GPU?

I'm trying to use DiabloMiner on Ubuntu 11.04 with a 6970 and a 5830 . Aticonfig detects both devices, but when I start hashing i barely get over 200 mhash/s and if i check the loads/fanspeed only the 5830 is being used. Any suggestions? I'm willing to donate bitcoin for a solution...
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Using 2 GPUs with DiabloMiner - only detects 1 GPU? (xpost from /r/bitcoin)

I'm trying to use DiabloMiner on Ubuntu 11.04 with a 6970 and a 5830 . Aticonfig detects both devices, but when I start hashing i barely get over 200 mhash/s and if i check the loads/fanspeed only the 5830 is being used. The 6870 is the GPU im currently "using", i.e my monitor is plugged into it, but oddly enough the 5830 is the only one DiabloMiner wants to use. Any suggestions? I'm willing to donate bitcoin for a solution...
I have tried using the --devices flag, but the only one that works is if i set it to 1 , if i try to open two terminal windows and use 0 in the first one and 1 in the other, only the "1" instance produces hashes and "0" does nothing.
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Very low mh/s rates with different clients?

I am pretty new to bitcoin mining, trying out some miners with my MBP (Nvidia graphics card, yeah I know this isn't good for mining). I have tried using diablominer in the mtred.com pool, but when I start mining I will go on mtred and my worker still reads as offline. Shouldn't I immediately be seeing the worker's status when I use diablominer? (before someone asks, yes I'm using the worker name and password, not my mtred credentials).
Also I have tried mining at the bitminter.com pool, but strangely when I mine there I get around 18 mh/s while with diablominer I only get about 5. I'm guessing I should be using different settings with the script but i have tried tweaking the work size to no avail. this is the script i use for diablominer:
[directory].../DiabloMiner-OSX.sh -u [username] -p RPC [pass] -o pa.mtred.com -r 8337 -w 128 -g 60
help or suggestions would be appreciated!
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New Shibe, Doge thoughts for future, much happy. YAY!

Here is my first tentative steps into online money, documented by me, a new shibe who is prolly already getting the language wrong!
I saw the bloom of bitcoin through envious eyes, wishing I had been savvy enough to get on board that gravy train when it stopped at a familiar station. Since then I have kept that envious eye on the possibilities of the future online currency. I imagine I was drawn to litecoin because of its similar name to bitcoin but quickly realised after a short amount of research that all I would get from that was a fried laptop, incapable of running miner without baking its brains out even when it ran diablo 3 perfectly well, despite the player sucking.
So, what to do? Unable to afford buying into a desk top with enough power to make the investment worth while (KIDS ARE FANTASTIC! BUT THEY COST A LOT OF MONEY!) I looked around at the newer online monies available. Here is why I have decided to get into Doge
This started as a bit of a laugh, then got pushed towards reality when people liked the meme to money idea. I know its a lot more complicated than that, theres some deep mental reason people are backing what started as a joke to be a good new currency.
I really like the notion that this is based on people having fun, for far too long the world of money has been based on people with big seriousness and I like that people with good intention, who do nice things and act like a community, can take the money and do good things freely. Case in point, I just started today with doge (and also reddit) and already I see a campaign to give back to people who were hacked and ripped off.
These are reasons I think this doge will work. I also may misguidely believe that as it is the hottest new currency and has a future it will grow. From my understanding it can make much more monies that bit coin, by maybe 100 times, so maybe each coin could possibly at its peak in 5 or 10 years be worth 100 times less than bit coin, but its good to be here, at the start, with a currency I think is backed by the positive nature of people and has much very success chance for future.
Thanks for reading.
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