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I don't use DSTM's miner, so i don't know what has changed, but I'd be very surprised if you couldn't use the same bat file.

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Got my application approved and all setup on Bittrex. :)

 

Now go sell those coins and go on a vacation!
I can't figure out how to do it =(

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Got my application approved and all setup on Bittrex. :)

 

Now go sell those coins and go on a vacation!
I can't figure out how to do it =(
You will click Wallets in the top right, then in the search (or scroll down to it) type fldc. Click on the deposit icon to the left of fldc, then click generate deposit address, copy that address.

 

Then on your counterwallet you will click send next to your fldc, then paste your deposit address. You can lower the fee a little if you want, but not to much. Then just click send.

 

Then in bittrex, click wallets, hide 0 balances, click fldc which will bring you to fldc/btc exchange. Sell your fldc for btc..,, then cash out or reinvest in something else.

 

Edit: top right I mean

 

Edit: i'm also assuming you already sent some btc to counterwallet.

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Got my application approved and all setup on Bittrex. :)

Now go sell those coins and go on a vacation!
I can't figure out how to do it =(
You will click Wallets in the top right, then in the search (or scroll down to it) type fldc. Click on the deposit icon to the left of fldc, then click generate deposit address, copy that address.

 

Then on your counterwallet you will click send next to your fldc, then paste your deposit address. You can lower the fee a little if you want, but not to much. Then just click send.

 

Then in bittrex, click wallets, hide 0 balances, click fldc which will bring you to fldc/btc exchange. Sell your fldc for btc..,, then cash out or reinvest in something else.

 

Edit: top right I mean

 

Edit: i'm also assuming you already sent some btc to counterwallet.

 

I got myself to the point of generating the fldc address on Bittrex but could not figure out where to go from there thank you sir.

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Well shoot, I went to transfer some coins and when I went to my wallet there was a red exclamation point, so I clicked on it and it says this "Wallet offline - reparsing blockchain"

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Well shoot, I went to transfer some coins and when I went to my wallet there was a red exclamation point, so I clicked on it and it says this "Wallet offline - reparsing blockchain"

This happens from time to time.

 

Edit:

A way to avoid this is to not use third party wallets, and to keep your node synced. Otherwise you are at their mercy.

 

You are stuck with counterparty for fldc though.

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I just came across something interesting regarding 1x slots. I was getting around 700 Sol/s avg with my Titan Xp which was 40 lower than the 1080Tis. I swapped card around and found that the 16x slots, even though they are still connected to a 1x usb riser still produced more Sols (770). I tried this and didn't see a difference with the 1070 Ti though. Well not enough to clearly say one was better. But the high end cards 100% had a difference.

 

I did some thinking and reading and found all 1x slots are on the Platform Controller (aka north-bridge). Only the full 16x slots are connected to the CPU controller. So apparently latency is a factor when you are using beefy cards. At least in Equilhash. It might just be my Z87 and X79 motherboards, but the manufacture can choose how the PICE slots are layed out. I wonder how those MIning boards are setup with 12 PCIE slots. Are they all on the CPU lanes?

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I just came across something interesting regarding 1x slots. I was getting around 700 Sol/s avg with my Titan Xp which was 40 lower than the 1080Tis. I swapped card around and found that the 16x slots, even though they are still connected to a 1x usb riser still produced more Sols (770). I tried this and didn't see a difference with the 1070 Ti though. Well not enough to clearly say one was better. But the high end cards 100% had a difference.

 

I did some thinking and reading and found all 1x slots are on the Platform Controller (aka north-bridge). Only the full 16x slots are connected to the CPU controller. So apparently latency is a factor when you are using beefy cards. At least in Equilhash. It might just be my Z87 and X79 motherboards, but the manufacture can choose how the PICE slots are layed out. I wonder how those MIning boards are setup with 12 PCIE slots. Are they all on the CPU lanes?

I've always wondered how those worked. Are they all on the cpu? Are they all on the northbridge? Are they split 50/50?

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Well just sent 50,000 fldc to my bittrex wallet. I'll see how this goes. It said it would take this long Estimated wait: up to 1 blocks (51 Satoshis/Byte) no idea what that means, I'll just assume a couple of hours.

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Prepare for the most noob erific question ever.

 

I've been running FLDC for a while now. When I look at my blockchian I see the following.15PSQSTALGFBNBSWVGCVKVN5GGC6EDJP5L Address Information - Google Chrome 2_18_2018 3_57_18 PM.png

 

How do I read all that? what is my mined value? When opening counter wallet I see a zero. So maybe I misconfigured something.

 

A monetary ROI from all this folding someday would be great. 

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