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WTB GPU Mining Rigs

Mon Nov 23, 2015 4:35 pm

I want to buy your old mining rigs.
Did you previously mine for bitcoins or altcoins with GPUs, but don't know what to do with them now?

Sell them to me!

I'm looking for around 20 to 50 GPUs total, so 10 to 25 total systems I suppose.

Ideally they would all be the same configuration as well.

If you have something like this, let me know the exact details.
If they are already in Japan, or the EU, that is even better.

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Re: WTB GPU Mining Rigs

Tue Nov 24, 2015 6:17 pm

Nop, i only got 2 Antminers s1 :cry:

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Re: WTB GPU Mining Rigs

Tue Nov 24, 2015 6:19 pm

I'm intrigued. what are you building with all these GPUs? Some sort of supercomputer?

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Tue Nov 24, 2015 6:24 pm

I'm intrigued. what are you building with all these GPUs? Some sort of supercomputer?
I'm going to be doing some SHA1 hashing for something that will be used for this very forum. What could that be? ;)

In related news, here is a funny quote from the Bitcoin.com Wiki regarding hashing.
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Tue Nov 24, 2015 7:53 pm

hashing for something that will be used for this very forum. What could that be? ;)
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Tue Nov 24, 2015 8:43 pm

I'm going to be doing some SHA1 hashing for something that will be used for this very forum. What could that be? ;)
My guess: You're going to hash all contents of the forum in a chain with SHA1 POW, so that you can cryptographically prove that no content has been altered or deleted. My guess is that you will PROVE this forum to be a censorship free place. Changing content will mean redoing all the hashes.
(Although you could also achieve this by using proof of existence bitcoin blockchain, so maybe you are up to something else... like the forums own cryptotoken that you give out to contributers (similar to The Crypto Show tokens)
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Wed Nov 25, 2015 2:41 am

Nice guesses, but no one got it right yet.
We actually have to "censor" forum content often by deleting spam.
The most aggressive spamming is actually by some company selling do-it-your-self abortion drugs, posted all over the forum in the Indonesian language, and their website doesn't even seem to accept bitcoin. Go figure...
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Wed Nov 25, 2015 3:55 am

I have GPUs but im in EU - not sure if its worth it with shipping. I have like 10 or 15 left. Mostly R9 280x
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Wed Nov 25, 2015 4:07 am

You're planning to spider another website or forum that is protected with CloudFIRE and pasting the content on this forum ;)

OK I admit I am also intrigued.
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Wed Nov 25, 2015 4:56 am

Nice guesses, but no one got it right yet.
We actually have to "censor" forum content often by deleting spam.
The most aggressive spamming is actually by some company selling do-it-your-self abortion drugs, posted all over the forum in the Indonesian language, and their website doesn't even seem to accept bitcoin. Go figure...
I'm just thinking out loud. Could we not prevent this kind of spam by having a user do browser based hashing for x amount of time each time he posts a message? Similar to what bitmessage does? Most spammers send as many messages per second using bots. They would not care to spam something if it is too expensive. The difficulty could be decreased with every post not marked as spam after x time.

Even smartphones would be powerful enough to spend a few seconds solving a crypto puzzle when the owner is typing.

You could even precompute these and store them as crypto tokens. Then spend your token to post a message.

You could trade these tokens with others, ie empowering bots that you actually want.
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Wed Nov 25, 2015 5:46 am

I have GPUs but im in EU - not sure if its worth it with shipping. I have like 10 or 15 left. Mostly R9 280x
These are complete systems, or GPUs only?
What country in the EU?

Also, I'll give everyone another hint.
I'm going to use all these GPUs to help improve the privacy of the forum.
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Wed Nov 25, 2015 6:23 am

It would almost have to be related to finding collisions in SHA1.

It is cryptographically broken and collisions can be found using GPUs.

http://www.securityweek.com/new-collisi ... aking-sha1

I'm not sure how breaking sha1 codes improves the privacy of this forum, though ;)

But you would not use sha1 for hashing messages nor would you need that much firepower.
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Thu Nov 26, 2015 6:48 am

I have GPUs but im in EU - not sure if its worth it with shipping. I have like 10 or 15 left. Mostly R9 280x
These are complete systems, or GPUs only?
What country in the EU?

Also, I'll give everyone another hint.
I'm going to use all these GPUs to help improve the privacy of the forum.
EU meaning dame packing for all.
i have like 10-15 R9 280x GUS [many kinds Shaphire and others]

You can PM me for more :)
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Thu Nov 26, 2015 8:04 am

Slight update:
I also am open to having them all shipped to Sweden.
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Re: WTB GPU Mining Rigs

Sat Nov 28, 2015 10:07 pm

Bummer. If you where interested in receiving within the US I have a few lower end GPU's I would possibly interested in selling but given your shipping requirements I seriously doubt they would be worth it. Please let us know if you decide to start taking shipment within the states :)

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Wed Dec 02, 2015 12:38 pm

I'm going to be doing some SHA1 hashing for something that will be used for this very forum. What could that be? ;)
My guess: You're going to hash all contents of the forum in a chain with SHA1 POW, so that you can cryptographically prove that no content has been altered or deleted. My guess is that you will PROVE this forum to be a censorship free place. Changing content will mean redoing all the hashes.
(Although you could also achieve this by using proof of existence bitcoin blockchain, so maybe you are up to something else... like the forums own cryptotoken that you give out to contributers (similar to The Crypto Show tokens)

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Thu Dec 03, 2015 7:27 pm

Slight update:
I also am open to having them all shipped to Sweden.
Hey, that's my neighbors! Let me know if you are interested in the 2x r 290's I sent you a pm about, Roger. :)

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Just curious what these GPUS were for! Is it still a secret? ;)
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Just curious what these GPUS were for! Is it still a secret? ;)
It was actually for something related to this forum.
I suppose I will make it public later this month or next.
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Is this still a live request?
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Is this still a live request?
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I already have this taken care of now.
No more need for GPUs.

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Re: WTB GPU Mining Rigs

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Just a question, what's that on your PSU?
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Mon Jan 02, 2017 9:04 am

Just a question, what's that on your PSU?
I was wondering if someone was going to notice that.
It is a Japanese rice roll with seaweed and fried chicken in the middle that I bought at the convenience store.
The power supply is hot, so I set the rice roll on top of it for a bit to heat it up.
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Mon Jan 02, 2017 2:15 pm

Just a question, what's that on your PSU?
I was wondering if someone was going to notice that.
It is a Japanese rice roll with seaweed and fried chicken in the middle that I bought at the convenience store.
The power supply is hot, so I set the rice roll on top of it for a bit to heat it up.
Aha, that makes sense. I was concerned about the well-being of your sushi roll, as it's ends were exposed (like they always are), and next to a (probably) dusty mining rig. ^_^
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Sat Jul 15, 2017 7:27 pm

Just curious what these GPUS were for! Is it still a secret? ;)
It was actually for something related to this forum.
I suppose I will make it public later this month or next.
What was it? I missed it, or can't find the details.

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Sun Jul 16, 2017 8:32 am

Just curious what these GPUS were for! Is it still a secret? ;)
It was actually for something related to this forum.
I suppose I will make it public later this month or next.
What was it? I missed it, or can't find the details.

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