This might seem like a silly question, i set up an account on slush pool around 5 years ago but that was with an AMD machine. Ive been trying to setup bitcoin mining again but im now using an intel machine. Is intel bitcoin mining even a thing? cause the mining programs that slushs pool suggest seem to only support AMD?
I have an intel core i7-7700T and a GeForce GTX 1070 8GB, LPX Vengance 2400MHz RAM, but I’m looking to upgrade everything later on.. what motherboard should I get? I’ve got a bad bitcoin mining motherboard and this stuff is the best it can handle (2400mhz and i7 max)
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With the recent stories around Intel, Bitcoin, and Equifax, insider trading seems to be a big issue within the companies. Buying and selling shares of the company while knowing what the company is about to do seems perfectly rational. Here are my main points: 1: It is unenforceable. Any time a shareholder buys or sells stock, they would have to run it through the government. They would need to run an investigation to see if there is any news within the company that could impact it for the positive or negative. There is simply not enough manpower for it. You could look at it on a case by case basis such as Intel, but this still requires a ton of manpower. If the stock changes price after anyone buys/sells, then an investigation would need to be done. 2: It is unreasonable. Knowing that something will happen shouldn't bar employees from buying or selling stock. If it does, then they shouldn't be allowed to trade stock at all. If you know the value of something is about to raise, you buy it. A real life example is the price of gas (at least here in Canada). You know days in advance if the price of gas will rise or lower. Usually with an accurate number to boot. If the issue lies in public knowledge, then it sorta makes sense. The sentiment is there. But the reality is, you can find out a lot of this sort of information. In the case of Bitcoin you could see the rate of bitcoin cash purchases. The sudden spike also drove up the price before the announcement even happened. With Intel, people have been talking about it for months. The only thing that happened was that Intel confirmed everything. 3: In America's current state, it is further unenforceable This is a smaller point that I wish weren't true, but it is worth mentioning nevertheless. This isn't my main point, just an aside. Big corporations get away with a lot. Way too much. The CEO's of Equifax still haven't had charges brought against them against their insider trading. Even if insider trading is proven to happen, nothing is done about it. They have too much money (and thus power) to be charged. I understand the sentiment of insider trading and the idea of public knowledge. I am just not convinced it makes sense to have as a law.
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Been running the scav case this wipe, seems WAY worse than last wipe. Curious what others are experiencing? I run moonshine and 85k mostly, and I rarely make money. The few times I've run 7k it seems about 50/50. What are others experiencing? Has the item cost balancing work nerfed the scav tables? I'm starting to wonder if this is even worth it.
Is the hideout worth upgrading for passive income?
I'm thinking of investing, but with how Nikita nerfed the market i was wondering if things like scav case, booze generator, bitcoin farm, intelligence, etc actually make you profit now. Is it worth it in your experience (and if so which should I upgrade first) or should I just save my money? Thanks.
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