Undervalued Gem LUX CORE Part 2 – Privacy coin / Framework Noob Friendly Staking! Huge ROI incoming. In this video Chris Black and I will be updating our original Lux coin video and telling you all why we’re so excited for what the future will hold for this coin.
X11/Quark/Qubit/Myriad-Groestl/Skein(2 new algorithm will be added soon)
Power supply:ATX Power（12V 6Pin connector * 6）
Interface:1 X Ethernet
Temp Operation：0 ~ 40 ℃
Dimension：312mm(L) x 125mm(W) x 130(H)
1) My Bitcoin Tip jar: 185By4a1Lt2HnKLAKR5EmidZMYgp5DDSaj
2) Yifu giving a general talk re: Avalon
3) This is an amateur video in the interest of getting the information out there to bitcoin enthusiasts who couldn’t attend the conference for one reason or another. My understanding is that professional videos will be out in a week or two. Also at any point there are 4 or 5 conferences going on in parallel, I only recorded one of these, so look forward to Bitcoin Foundation’s professional videos.
Join us for our first hardware review! Today we are reviewing the Antminer S1. one of the most efficient rigs on the market today. this ASIC minner will net you around 180 GH/s of bitcoint mining power. please let us know what you think and what bitcoin gear you would like to see reviewed.
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Too often a conversation about Bitcoin leads to some sketpic suggesting that Bitcoin has no killer app to take it to the next level. Nothing could be further from the truth. We’ve grouped together all the currently, under development, and already launched killer apps of Bitcoin, and in short order they became too numerous to count. So we had to break them up into two big videos which we’ve decided to call ‘A Million Killer Apps’. Wall Street take note, most of what you do is on the list.
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Bitstamp Operational Wallets Compromised
— ฿tcDrak (@btcdrak) January 5, 2015
Bitstamp Passes Audit Overseen by Bitcoin Developer Mike Hearn
18,864 coins stolen from stamp?! that doesn’t look like a hot wallet!
[Bitstamp] “We have reason to believe that one of Bitstamp’s operational wallets was compromised on January 4th, 2015.”
Nejc: To restate: the bulk of our bitcoin are in cold storage, and remain completely safe.
To restate: the bulk of our bitcoin are in cold storage, and remain completely safe.
— Nejc Kodrič (@nejc_kodric) January 5, 2015
From @BryceWeiner on Twitter:
“Theory going around is that this was a database attack and NOT a compromise of the hot wallet.”
— Bryce Weiner (@BryceWeiner) January 5, 2015
Bitstamp is apparently broken or hacked. I suggest not depositing coins there till they respond.
Why top Bitcoin Exchanges are so amateurish it’s borderline-criminal.
From the Audience
Via Isaac: Private key generation with quantum random number generators (QRNG) and friends
Wallets we like
Please do your own research but these are some of the wallets we like:
https://copay.io/ (still in beta but holds promise)
https://www.bitaddress.org (for paper wallet generation)
It’s black! Thanks to minersource.net for the review unit.
Minersource – http://www.minersource.net
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Only 7 months later than it should have arrived, my Prospero X1 bitcoin miner has finally turned up. Time to take a look at what it is, what the user interface looks like and what’s inside (including a look inside the power supply).