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submitted by MrE78
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Been slowly making improvements to the website. I'm curious to what the community thinks is lacking both from the website and in general. Mobile wallet? Places to spend?
Lets get a brainstorm going here.
submitted by super3
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submitted by BeastMiners
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Honestly a bit ashamed because I used Prezi. I was gonna make a short animation but since I have no voice over I really didn't want to make one (plus I was mostly lazy and didn't want to touch After Affects until I have a good enough first draft).
So here you go and bear with me with the Prezi. I'm aiming towards audience like my mom who doesn't even know what bitcoin is so I didn't want to mention mining nor bitcoin (planning to do those separately, like a series). I know some people said it's not good to promote it as a science coin but if I don't, it'll be a bitcoin intro clone. Tell me what to fix. Thanks!
submitted by PuffinTheMuffin
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I'm new to Primecoin, so this might sound like a noob question:
I understand that PrimeCoin Mining is CPU based & hence, want to confirm whether it's Possible With Cloud Hosting or not? I'm thinking of getting a cloud Server with following specs:
30 CPU Cores (Each core might give about 2.0 GHz/s)
200 GB RAID-Protected SSD storage
16 GB RAM
5,000 GB Bandwidth
20 IP Addresses
1000 Mbit (GiGE) Port
This would cost me about $300 per month.
I'm not able to find any calculator which can tell as to how many PrimeCoin I might end up getting per month?
So can you guys give me any suggestions? Will this be a sound investment?
Appreciate your responses!
submitted by cyptolover
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