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2 submissions to AskVoat

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1 submissions to ideasforvoat

This user has so far shared a total of 1 links, started a total of 6 discussions and submitted a total of 5 comments.

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I mentioned making a voat-coin (crypto) in a reddit migration thread; got lots of support. Anyone interested in actually making it happen?, submitted: 7/7/2015 12:13:59 PM, 15 points (+15|-0)

I come from reddit bearing gifts. Here is Tegra. He's my best friend. Whether he likes it or not., submitted: 7/5/2015 9:03:10 PM, 9 points (+9|-0)

What kind of game development community have we got on here?, submitted: 6/14/2015 3:28:58 PM, 5 points (+5|-0)

Seriously how do I trade in my karma, submitted: 6/14/2015 3:11:37 PM, 2 points (+2|-0)

WHERE DO I CONVERT MY KARMA, submitted: 6/11/2015 10:31:46 PM, 1 points (+1|-0)

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Our provider, hosteurope.de shut down our servers due to "political incorrectness" submitted by Atko to announcements

lleti 0 points 33 points (+33|-0) ago

It's genuinely disgusting. For one, Voat doesn't have SRS (or SVS). Making it a FAR safer place to be.

The fact that people can silence whole communities so quickly via DDoS, and later moving to host-based censorship once DDoS protection is put in place.. it's sad that this is what the SJW culture has bred.

Donated via BTC. Hope you guys get through this.

I mentioned making a voat-coin (crypto) in a reddit migration thread; got lots of support. Anyone interested in actually making it happen? submitted by lleti to AskVoat

lleti 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago

That's a double-pronged question, which has two answers; one is "not at all" (there are hundreds of coins developed on a monthly basis).. and the other is "yes"; if people say, did a mass-migration away from litecoin or dogecoin in order to use voatcoin, and started selling their own crypto in order to jump on the voat boat, then yes, it would devalue their coins.

I don't think dogecoin would be in any danger of this; they have a strong, community-centric coin. Litecoin is starting to finally see a rise from their low of $2, so I don't think people would be jumping ship from there any time soon.

A good coin should never launch with the idea of "hurting" another coin; the ecosystem is more than capable of supporting far more than 2 or 3 major currencies; and doge/lite have never once been attributed to causing any sort of BTC downfall.

Seriously how do I trade in my karma submitted by lleti to introductions

lleti 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago

Jokes on you, I don't have a credit card!

..Now I'm reporting you to Pao for assuming I am middle class enough to own a credit card.

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I mentioned making a voat-coin (crypto) in a reddit migration thread; got lots of support. Anyone interested in actually making it happen? submitted by lleti to AskVoat

lleti 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Basically, for the uninitiated; if you're not interested in, or don't have the skillsets for making services or anything of the likes, then you can download an app that'll sit on your PC, and mine coins using your CPU or Graphics Card, when you're not using them for other important things like gaming. A modern GPU on a CPU/GPU coin would typically make a couple of dollars a week, after electricity costs.

If you don't have any sort of recent hardware, then people can tip you in these coins; say, for liking a picture that you drew, or an image, or an article, or anything like that.

Either way you earn them, you can cash them out for BTC, and then to USD/EUR/CNY and other currencies.

I mentioned making a voat-coin (crypto) in a reddit migration thread; got lots of support. Anyone interested in actually making it happen? submitted by lleti to AskVoat

lleti 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Most people will say "no". But the truthful answer is, yes, you are putting your hardware under a more continuous strain while mining.

Now, in saying that, I have never had any hardware break on me while mining. Back at the start of Doge, I had 2x GTX680's; and overclocked them to hell and back to hit around 480kh/s on both. Basically, this is well over 20% more than what could be expected of my hardware; and they ran 24/7. I let the temps on both cards reach just over 90'C.. because er, I wanted them to also heat my house. Considering the savings on gas heating, I actually made a small fortune :P

But as always, it's your hardware; and there are risks with pushing hardware to their limits. However, you can always set the intensity of your mining. Some people leave their mining intensity low enough to not even kick up their GPU fans; this is common enough for people who want to continue playing games, or working with premier/photoshop etc while mining. A more passive solution, to say the least. Less intensity obviously means less coins, but a small amount of coins is better than nothing.

Seriously how do I trade in my karma submitted by lleti to introductions

lleti 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago

Jokes on you, I don't have a credit card!

..Now I'm reporting you to Pao for assuming I am middle class enough to own a credit card.