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Bitcoind becomes non-responsive over JSON-RPC, have to manually restart all the time

I run bitcoind on AWS on Ubuntu. The machine has 4Gb of memory and free shows some of it remains free. Enough disk space too. Yet, I have to manually restart bitcoind quite often, because sending ...
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Why am I not getting payments on my bitcoind on an amazon ec2 instance?

I have an amazon ec2 instance running a web server, MySQL server, and bitcoin daemon on ubuntu 14.04, and I ran ./bitcoind getnewaddress and the output was an address. I sent a few cents worth of ...
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How much space needed to run Bitcoin daemon in amazon AMI?

How much space needed to run Bitcoin daemon in amazon AMI(ubuntu 12.04), I am currently having 20GB is that enough suppose i want to run multiple coin daemon say 6 coin daemons how much space(approx) ...
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How to install litecoin daemon in AMI

I have cent os in my amazon ec2 instance i try this post to install litecoin daemon after done compilation and run ./litecoind gives the following error litecoind: key.cpp:134: ...
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Is it profitable to use Amazon EC2 to mine litecoins?

I saw that mining BTC with CPU is not profitable anymore, and that you'd lose money mining bitcoin. Is the same thing true of litecoin?
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Bitcoind server spontaneously shutting down

I'm running the latest version of the headless bitcoind server on an Ubuntu micro instance on AWS and every hour or so it spontaneously shuts down. It's hard to get any meaningful data from the debug ...
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Where can I sell Amazon.com Gift Code for Bitcoins? [closed]

Where can I sell Amazon.com Gift Code for Bitcoins ? I want a list of services, not exchange sites/forums.
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Is the new Google Compute Engine suitable (and affordable) for running a bitcoind instance?

Google just recently (at Google I/O 2012) announced their new cloud product, the Google Compute Engine. I don't really understand what it is exactly but I heard it's basically some sort of VPS ...