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AFAIK, evidence of work == proof of energy waste, wrote copsewood. In any network context where proof of work is used, it gives people who steal energy a competitive advantage over honest people. It’s difficult to imagine how someone who understands the sense of sustainability or the need for it will ever propose such waste and theft as a solution to any serious economic issue. When it comes to the need for long-term currency architecture, double entry bookkeeping and automatic transaction taxes win out every time. Take a look, man. I just spent very little time farming bitcoins, but I can’t take this kind of “currency” seriously at all. It is being given a value equal to the amount of energy taken by a computer to produce it. It simply does not make sense.
I believe you are all overthinking this, Shlepzig wrote. I don’t believe the manf is planning anything along the lines of an evil supervillain scheme. Or that the process is so advanced that they have a boiler room full of units churning away at bitcoin mines as they twirl their handlbar moustaches waiting to ship units that have recently become unprofitable. I believe they simply believed they could make a few dollars by selling this hardware, and that selling the hardware to mine bitcoins would be a safer investment than mining bitcoins. They may have no confidence in the bitcoin market’s ability to pay dividends, but they have a lot of faith in the willingness of others to give it a shot. They don’t have to think of Bitcoins as an investment or imagine that they will pay dividends in the future. You can sell Bitcoins right now, right now. Belief isn’t a factor in this scenario. Having said that, you don’t have to wonder why they’re selling these units instead of using them because they’re not selling any. They are, however, taking people’s money but not producing any units. So their behavior makes perfect sense before they actually give people what they’ve paid for.

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AFAIK, evidence of work == proof of energy waste, wrote copsewood. In any network context where proof of work is used, it gives people who steal energy a competitive advantage over honest people. It’s difficult to imagine how someone who understands the sense of sustainability or the need for it will ever propose such waste and theft as a solution to any serious economic issue. When it comes to the need for long-term currency architecture, double entry bookkeeping and automatic transaction taxes win out every time. Take a look, man. I just spent very little time farming bitcoins, but I can’t take this kind of “currency” seriously at all. It is being given a value equal to the amount of energy taken by a computer to produce it. It simply does not make sense.
I believe you are all overthinking this, Shlepzig wrote. I don’t believe the manf is planning anything along the lines of an evil supervillain scheme. Or that the process is so advanced that they have a boiler room full of units churning away at bitcoin mines as they twirl their handlbar moustaches waiting to ship units that have recently become unprofitable. I believe they simply believed they could make a few dollars by selling this hardware, and that selling the hardware to mine bitcoins would be a safer investment than mining bitcoins. They may have no confidence in the bitcoin market’s ability to pay dividends, but they have a lot of faith in the willingness of others to give it a shot. They don’t have to think of Bitcoins as an investment or imagine that they will pay dividends in the future. You can sell Bitcoins right now, right now. Belief isn’t a factor in this scenario. Having said that, you don’t have to wonder why they’re selling these units instead of using them because they’re not selling any. They are, however, taking people’s money but not producing any units. So their behavior makes perfect sense before they actually give people what they’ve paid for.

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I have a jalapeno that my operating system can detect, but BFGMiner can’t locate it, even though I point it to the correct port. I’ve been tinkering with this for a few months and am stumped as to what I should do next. Edit – I updated the driver using Windows Update, and I recently tried a manual install to make sure it worked. I’m running Windows 7, and I see a computer called “Bitforce SHA256 SC” on the Devices and Printers screen. When I look at the estate, it says it’s using COM3. When I run BFGMiner and tell it to look for devices on COM3, it says it can’t find anything. It will find nothing if I tell it to search all ports. It will find my GPU and mine if I tell it to auto search. I’ve tried a variety of USB ports and have always had the same result. There have been 9 views. 75 percentsharesavehidereport Voted up This discussion has been closed. There are no new comments or votes that can be made. Sort by the strongest.

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