@Energy long time ago do they have instant payment/withdrawels after payment .. i buy a lot of btc but usually just when i need it. and enjoy moving it off the platform fast to where i want it.. thats my biggest issue atm
ATB Coin starts Wallets testing
On July 12, the last-call ATB token sale has started. The official launch of the cryptocurrency will take place on September 1, 2017, while investors are now able to use the ATB Coin wallet in the testing mode. Users participating in the testing receive 100 ATB test coins, which you can use at your discretion in order to learn all the features of the wallet. During the testing, investors will be able to:
– Check the interface of the wallet;
– Use the mining service;
– Perform instant transfers to other users;
– Effect money transfers by code (you need to generate a code for transfer in the wallet, inform the recipient of it, after the code is entered, the recipient will write off the indicated amount from the sender’s balance);
– Check the functioning of the wallet on Mac and Windows;
– Evaluate the work with the wallet in the applications for smartphones, which will become available in the near future.
In order to participate in the beta test, you need to send a request to the technical support (telegram or slack) and to inform the number of your ATB Coin wallet.
September 1, 2017, the day of the official ATB Coin launch on exchanges, test coins will be written off from the accounts of the participants of testing, and the balance will be credited to the amount of investment.
@jmeek82z28 said in Claymore-Dual Miner problems:
what are the cards on the rig? remember "Dual mine" is .. mine Eth near full capacity and slip an alternate algorithm on the card to use spare cycles. ex. My 4x470 rig should do around 100Mhash/s and can tack on about 1300Mhash in SiaCoin. Sia alone i'm able to produce around 3800. There's flags you can set to choose each coin's "intensity" and algorithm, but its Ether first on Claymore.
A geforce gtx 1050 ti