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In Topic: Everything Cryptocurrency Thread!

Today, 04:01 AM

I won't be selling any more FLDC till Sept 2019,.. will be buying starting at 0.002634.  :whistling:

In Topic: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti & RTX 2080 Founders Edition Reviewed

Yesterday, 05:51 PM

Phoronix [email protected] Performance Review, shows 2080 Ti is 47% faster than 1080 Ti in OpenCL and CUDA GPGPU tests. https://www.phoronix...080-Ti-FAH-Perf

In Topic: Everything Cryptocurrency Thread!

Yesterday, 04:53 PM

I'v been running Asic scrypt miners since last December mining LTC 24/7 doing OK,.. price is not what it was but it's not dead yet.  :lol:


Most coins I bought or traded for last year have one foot in the grave now after holding them for 12-months,.. but are still worth more than I paid for them 12-months ago.


I was shocked to see the price of FLDC last week,.. haven't sold any for about nine months, it's a zombie coin.  

In Topic: Everything Cryptocurrency Thread!

Yesterday, 03:06 PM

Bittrex added Colorado to US Dollar Markets on September 17th,.. I traded $2000 worth Litecoin for USD, and used the Bitcoin trading for USD selling some FLDC last week.


The process is vary simple to setup, your account will automatically be enabled for USD trading when you receive email notification from Bittrex, then you need to enable USD deposits & withdrawals via wire transfer, add at least one bank account to ensure same or next day deposits & withdrawals.


Then you submit a Fiat (USD) Trading Request to add your bank account,.. the approval process is fast and secure. And once approved you'll be sent wire transfer instructions.


There is no deposit or withdrawal maximum. USD deposit minimum per wire transfer is $1000 for personal accounts and there is no withdrawal minimum.


Sure makes things simple, trading for USD, and sending it to your bank same day via wire transfer. 

In Topic: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti & RTX 2080 Founders Edition Reviewed

21 September 2018 - 09:04 AM

Based on current gaming performance today RTX 2080 Ti vs GTX 1080 TI it's an expensive upgrade sure,..


but looking forward the DLSS performance vs standard TAA it's money well spent, optimizations with driver updates will be rolling in, as will new games supporting DLSS. 


Performance Analysis TAA vs DLSS :   https://www.eurogame...i-review?page=2