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Do Butterfly Labs ASIC miners pay for themselves?

I have finally received my ASIC Bitcoin mining rig from Butterfly labs and the biggest question on my mind was, will this little box pay for itself? Of course when I purchased the unit it would have easily paid for itself in a matter of days but now with difficulty …

Keep track of Bitcoin Transactions and Averages easily and Free

There is a new service that I have been working on to allow those like myself that buy and sell Bitcoin to keep track of all of your transactions and averages easily and free. Basically the service will let you enter your transactions to find all of your totals and …

Easy Ways to Earn Free Bitcoins

There are many websites out there that claim to pay you in Bitcoins for completing tasks and/or just submitting your wallet address but which ones actually work? Well I have taken the time to try a few of them and will be posting the ones that I know to payout, …

Radeon HD7950 cgminer 1.15GHash Config Settings (Bitcoin)

I have been working on a cgminer config file for a few days now and below is a stable config file for a Radeon HD 7950 two card setup.  If you only have one card then use the second value only in any comma separated entries (i.e. “Intensity” : “9,11”, …

Coinbase Buys and sells are currently paused.

I have been using Coinbase for a while now as my online Bitcoin wallet and have been pretty happy with the buying experience although selling is a different story. Many of us are getting the “Buys and sells are currently paused. Please try again in a few minutes.”  with the …

How to Setup and Optimize your CGMiner Config File

Anyone who starts out mining Bitcoins for the first time generally stays away from cgminer because it takes a little bit of over clocking knowledge if you want to get the best Mhash/s from your GPU or GPU’s. This being said its not that difficult to get it running and …