oleksii
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Can I do mining with a normal PC?
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Can i do mining with a normal PC? Yes, you can. I don't have too many expectations. Maybe 0,1 in one week? No, not possible. You will effectively compete against all computational resources on ...

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What is the best consumer grade hardware for litecoin mining?
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Given that I already have a desktop, and with the investment of < 500$ for GPUs, what is the best hardware to mine litecoins? You would probably want to invest in 1 AMD Radeon card, for example ...

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Scrypt (Litecoin) memory / performance tradeoff
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For Litecoin, if memory size is increased in processing the Scrypt algorithm, for example to 384 kB instead of 128 kB (...), would the typical CPU architecture (...) be likely to see a ...

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How secure is an encrypted wallet?
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Yes, you could store encrypted wallet in the dropbox. From the first glance into the source code, the encryption algorithm is AES 256 CBC. This is industry standard protocol that is NOT known to be ...

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how does Scrypt use memory?
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Litecoin use scrypt with 128 KB of memory (source), therefore it can be stored in the CPU cache. Scrypt is a sequential memory-hard hash function. You can tell it, how much memory it should use to ...

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Bitcoin mobile phone wallet
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You lose your money. To mitigate this encrypt your wallet and do regular backups to several other places. I think wallets will have the backup functionality built-in soon, but it is not here yet.

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scrypt mining rig suggestions
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What i'm wondering is how many PSU's would I will need and what kind is recommended? I would recommend much higher PSU, at least 1000 Watt PSU for each two Radeon's R9 290x. This is based on some ...

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Multibit: Using the same passphrase for both my wallet and exported private keys
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How (un)safe is this? It is probably OK. Even though, in general case, you would want a different password for any different use, in your case the things you protecting are nearly the same. The ...

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Can I mine with an E5 2620 CPU?
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Based on this hardware comparison 1 CPU ~ 50 KH/s 3 rigs x 2 CPU x 50 KH/s each ~ 300 KH/s At the moment, according to the coinwars, you would mine $9.75 a month or $0.33 a day.

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How large can the bitcoin salt value be?
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But how large can the salt be? It is unsigned int (source, look for ScanHash_CryptoPP and nNonce variable there). The range of the salt (nonsense) is: 0 to 2^32. Couldn't I just [...] to get a ...

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