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Greetings! Does anyone know of any other fine art galleries or fine art photographers who are accepting all major cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin/ Etherium) for their art?

Greetings! Does anyone know of any other fine art galleries or fine art photographers who are accepting all major cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin/ Etherium) for their art?
http://www.mcgucken.com/ http://facebook.com/mcgucken
Physicist Dr. Elliot McGucken's Epic Odyssey Mythology Fine Art Photography: The first fine art photography gallery to accept all major cryptocurrencies!
What cryptocurrencies and/or blockchain technologies are best suited to art and fine art? I would love to discuss the concept with them (or anyone!), as well as some new ideas regarding best practices. Thank you!
Physicist Dr. Elliot McGucken's Epic Odyssey Mythology Fine Art Photography: Now accepting: Bitcoin BTC : Litecoin LTC : AudioCoin ADC : BitBean BITB : BlackCoin BLK : Convert Explorer Faucet Breakout : BitSend BSD : CloakCoin CLOAK : Crown CRW : CureCoin CURE : Dash DASH : DubaiCoin DBIX : Decred DCR : Dogecoin DOGE : Ether Classic ETC : Ether ETH : Expanse EXP : FLASH FLC : GameCredits GAME : GCRCoin GCR : Goldcoin GLD : Gridcoin GRC : Groestlcoin GRS : InsaneCoin INSANE : LeoCoin LEO : LeoCoin (Old Chain) LEO.Old : MaidSafeCoin MAID : MonetaryUnit MUE : MonetaryUnit (Old Chain) MUE.Old : NAV Coin NAV : Convert Namecoin NMC : Nexus NXS : NXT NXT : Omni OMNI : PinkCoin PINK : PIVX PIVX : PoSW Coin POSW : PotCoin POT : Peercoin PPC : ProCurrency PROC : Pesobit PSB : Quark QRK : Steem Dollars SBD : SibCoin SIB : STEEM STEEM : Stratis STRAT : Syscoin SYS : TorCoin TOR : TetherUSD USDT : Voxels VOX : Vertcoin VTC : Monero XMR : PrimeCoin XPM : Spectrecoin XSPEC : VERGE XVG : ZCash ZEC : Litecoin Testnet LTCT!
Any other fine art galleries accepting major cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin/ Etherium) for art?
Thanks!
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Another Primcoin Mining in the Cloud Thread

Hi, long time listener, first time caller -
There are a few Primecoin threads on here and most of them seem to be a few months old. I can add some value from recent experience as the game has changed significantly since the begining of December; Primecoin has dropped to less than US$3/xpm and the difficulty has gone above 10. I expected the value to have increased, but then most of the world went on holiday about that time, too.
There are a few threads recommending Digital Ocean - DigitalOcean is not happy giving more than 5 VPS services to any one client, especially if they figure out you're mining. I know this sounds lame, but think of the business model that VPS is about and understand they won't survive this way - imagine all the gym subscribers actually going to gym everyday for two hours - what would membership cost then? Anyhow, it makes more sense to spread out your load, get VPSs from different providers in different datacentres, that way, you won't screw yourself if you happen to get all your 10 mining serviers on the same 5 physical cores.
I wrote three guides while researching Primecoin, they are all here:
http://arcainsula.co.nz/tag/primecoin/
Each uses a differenet client and I used three providers in the testing - DigitalOcean, VPSNine and Server4You. On average, the best datacentres were the ones in big busy cities - Dusseldorf, New York, Switzerland because that's where the VPS provider spends the most money because thats where the big money clients are. Potential and laods varied during each day as those business centres woke up, worked and went to sleep and the biggest gain I made was realising that leaving a miner running for as long as posible made it more profitable over time - I'm still not sure how this is, but I have spreadsheets to show this.
I can say hand on heart that PPS (PrimesPerSecond) is a very bad way to measure performance of mining because there are so many variables to mining that it would be like saying a particular model of Ferrari is faster because it's engine can rev to 20k rpm. Furthermore, each pool has different ways of allocating shares.
Finally, if you're going to build a fleet, try to get some knowledge about how virtualisation works, it will help you detemine loads and potential.
Today I have a fleet of 25VPSs and one physical 8core server and gain about 2.5XPMs per day purely on CPU mining - GPU mining is not yet a consideration for me. The eight core server averages 90% of the VPS, and I think this is because the VPS services are newer processors and spread out so that my core neighbours are possibly websites, not other miners.
My fleet is only just profitable now that XPM is under US$3 but I believe that will change when everybody goes back to work after the December break as quickly as it changed when everybody went on holiday. Also, the value for me was not so much having XPM to one day convert to cash (maybe), but having a free thing that I can trade for Bitcoins and eventually cash or rent mining rigs etc. , also, having gained some large scale mining experience and the ability to work with large fleets of servers.
I make about an extra 10% per week trading my XPMs on markets in my spare time (buy low, sell high).
My guides are free, they do have affiliate links to try to cover my costs and time to write them. Please be positively critical, I have only recently decided to start a technical blog with my years and years of technical notes and would appreciate constructive feedback.
Many thanks, I hope XPM mining works positively for you.
Best regards
Gund
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Any other fine art galleries accepting major cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin/ Ethereum) for art?

Greetings! Does anyone know of any other fine art galleries or fine art photographers who are accepting all major cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin/ Ethereum) for their art?
http://www.mcgucken.com/ http://facebook.com/mcgucken
Physicist Dr. Elliot McGucken's Epic Odyssey Mythology Fine Art Photography: The first fine art photography gallery to accept all major cryptocurrencies!
What cryptocurrencies and/or blockchain technologies are best suited to art and fine art? I would love to discuss the concept with them (or anyone!), as well as some new ideas regarding best practices. Thank you!
Physicist Dr. Elliot McGucken's Epic Odyssey Mythology Fine Art Photography: Now accepting: Bitcoin BTC : Litecoin LTC : AudioCoin ADC : BitBean BITB : BlackCoin BLK : Convert Explorer Faucet Breakout : BitSend BSD : CloakCoin CLOAK : Crown CRW : CureCoin CURE : Dash DASH : DubaiCoin DBIX : Decred DCR : Dogecoin DOGE : Ether Classic ETC : Ether ETH : Expanse EXP : FLASH FLC : GameCredits GAME : GCRCoin GCR : Goldcoin GLD : Gridcoin GRC : Groestlcoin GRS : InsaneCoin INSANE : LeoCoin LEO : LeoCoin (Old Chain) LEO.Old : MaidSafeCoin MAID : MonetaryUnit MUE : MonetaryUnit (Old Chain) MUE.Old : NAV Coin NAV : Convert Namecoin NMC : Nexus NXS : NXT NXT : Omni OMNI : PinkCoin PINK : PIVX PIVX : PoSW Coin POSW : PotCoin POT : Peercoin PPC : ProCurrency PROC : Pesobit PSB : Quark QRK : Steem Dollars SBD : SibCoin SIB : STEEM STEEM : Stratis STRAT : Syscoin SYS : TorCoin TOR : TetherUSD USDT : Voxels VOX : Vertcoin VTC : Monero XMR : PrimeCoin XPM : Spectrecoin XSPEC : VERGE XVG : ZCash ZEC : Litecoin Testnet LTCT!
Any other fine art galleries accepting major cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin/ Ethereum) for art?
Thanks!
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Any other fine art galleries accepting major cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin/ Ethereum) for art?

Greetings! Does anyone know of any other fine art galleries or fine art photographers who are accepting all major cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin/ Ethereum) for their art?
http://www.mcgucken.com/ http://facebook.com/mcgucken
Physicist Dr. Elliot McGucken's Epic Odyssey Mythology Fine Art Photography: The first fine art photography gallery to accept all major cryptocurrencies!
What cryptocurrencies and/or blockchain technologies are best suited to art and fine art? I would love to discuss the concept with them (or anyone!), as well as some new ideas regarding best practices. Thank you!
Physicist Dr. Elliot McGucken's Epic Odyssey Mythology Fine Art Photography: Now accepting: Bitcoin BTC : Litecoin LTC : AudioCoin ADC : BitBean BITB : BlackCoin BLK : Convert Explorer Faucet Breakout : BitSend BSD : CloakCoin CLOAK : Crown CRW : CureCoin CURE : Dash DASH : DubaiCoin DBIX : Decred DCR : Dogecoin DOGE : Ether Classic ETC : Ether ETH : Expanse EXP : FLASH FLC : GameCredits GAME : GCRCoin GCR : Goldcoin GLD : Gridcoin GRC : Groestlcoin GRS : InsaneCoin INSANE : LeoCoin LEO : LeoCoin (Old Chain) LEO.Old : MaidSafeCoin MAID : MonetaryUnit MUE : MonetaryUnit (Old Chain) MUE.Old : NAV Coin NAV : Convert Namecoin NMC : Nexus NXS : NXT NXT : Omni OMNI : PinkCoin PINK : PIVX PIVX : PoSW Coin POSW : PotCoin POT : Peercoin PPC : ProCurrency PROC : Pesobit PSB : Quark QRK : Steem Dollars SBD : SibCoin SIB : STEEM STEEM : Stratis STRAT : Syscoin SYS : TorCoin TOR : TetherUSD USDT : Voxels VOX : Vertcoin VTC : Monero XMR : PrimeCoin XPM : Spectrecoin XSPEC : VERGE XVG : ZCash ZEC : Litecoin Testnet LTCT!
Any other fine art galleries accepting major cryptocurrencies (Bitcoin/ Ethereum) for art?
Thanks!
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The Bitcoin Support System

In the spirit of creating original content for this sub, I thought I'd do a post about some overlooked aspects of the bitcoin ecosystem that supports the bitcoin price.
Faucets
The original faucet was of course created by Gavin Andreson in 2010 to give people a little share of bitcoin and spread the idea around. His faucet was a simple dispensing page. However people took his idea and created a mini-industry funded by advertising.
The reason I've mentioned faucets as part of the bitcoin support system is that they convert fiat into bitcoin. That is, they earn fiat from advertising (usually Google Adsense) and spend a portion of this money on actually buying bitcoin and dispensing it from their faucet.
The following article follows someone who set up a faucet from scratch and how he made some profits out of it:
https://99bitcoins.com/complete-beginners-guide-make-money-bitcoin-faucet/
His faucet was dispensing some $225 a month in bitcoins.
Faucetbox lists a stagerring 743 bitcoin fauctes:
https://faucetbox.com/en/list
Even if each dispensed a conservative average of $100 worth of coins a month, that amounts to $74300 a month converted from fiat to bitcoin or $891000 per annum. Some faucets dispense much more of course - the big faucets like moonbitco.in dispense several thousand dollars worth of coins each month.
Note that if a competitor to bitcoin was to emerge, we'd see them first in the faucet space because a) popular coins tend to have users eagerly trying to collect the coins creating demand and b) faucets catering to those users are converting fiat into those particular alts, supporting their price. Faucetbox has 148 litecoin faucets, 248 dogecoin faucets, 41 peercoin faucets, 18 primecoin faucets, and 63 Dark faucets. The much ballyhooed ethereum is absent...
Scrypt Pools
Scrypt pools mine scrypt based proof-of-work alts and then sell those alts to buy bitcoin to pay their miners. In the process they convert potential competitors to bitcoin into a giant support system for bitcoin.
However, if scyypt pools opt to pay out in other coins, then they become a support system for that alternative coin. Prohashing gave an interview to Forbes where they report:
Changes in behaviors by Prohashing’s miners also indicate that they recognize problems with the Bitcoin network. Every time there’s a problem with congestion, he says more of its miners choose to be paid in a competing currency
Here's the Prohashing payout chart:
https://prohashing.com/help.html?topic=charts-payoutsowed
About 70% of their miners are still opting to be paid in BTC. The others are opting for Litecoin, Ehereum, Dash, Digitalcoin and others.
A similar pattern can be seen from the scrypt pool "Xpool". Of their top 20 hashers, 14 are opting to be paid in alts (Dash, Bitcoindark, NXY and Litecoin). See
http://www.bitcoindark.ca/leaderboard
The scrypt pools arn't as big a support system as the faucets - but between them and the faucets they produce a steady regular monthly support for bitcoin and act as demand for the new coins being generated by the miners.
If this support disappeared or switched to another cryotocurrency, BTC would have to rely purely on speculators to supply demand for the coin.
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Elastichosts is not PrimeMining friendly... actually, just plain old not friendly at all

Just received a very lengthy email from someone apparently in either sales or verification at elastichosts. With pedantic analogies he went on to ask why I'd be foolish enough to try to "win a race on foot when everyone else has a formula 1". Then went on to say, the only possible reason I'd want their services, is that I was attempting to somehow convert stolen credit cards via laundering to bitcoin.
He suggested I take my "stolen cards" and buy mail order goods that could be resold.
In a very short response I pointed out I was interested in mining primecoin, which to my understanding could only use CPU's and not bitcoin to which he gave me a lengthy "schooling"
I'll edit out my info and post it if there's interest, but the kicker is... his name was synonymous with one of my favorite singers. Oh I've seen fire and I've seen rain!
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Hopefully some Peercoin help, thank you

Hi everyone,
I've been reading all I can about Peercoin, and I'm planning on getting started (slowly accumulating BTC to convert) with Peercoin as soon as I can.
I have some questions relating to offline wallet setup that I haven't been able to find the answers to, and I would really appreciate any assistance. I've been lurking peercoin for a while, as well as peercointalk.org.
1 - I notice there are https ways of generating bitcoin/litecoin addresses, but only http for the analogous peercoin site:
https://www.bitaddress.org/ http://primecoin.org/bitaddress
It's funny - I'm satisfied it's 'safe' to download and run the https website on a LiveCD to generate an offline wallet (for bitcoin), but I'm not sure about the http version (for peercoin). Is there really any appreciable difference in risk? Could someone compromise the code hosted on http vs. https?
2 - If I can't use an unsecured http site to generate offline wallets, then I can certainly download the ppcoin-qt client and run that in LiveCD. I can get a receiving address, but I can't figure out how to input the analogous command to dumpprivkey that I see referenced for Bitcoin-qt. Is this command prompt not available in the current version, or do I have to setup a ppcoin.conf file in order to access the command prompt?
I would want to write down (on paper) the private key associated with my wallet.dat file generated in the liveCD environment just in case I completely mess up any backing up/copying I do of the wallet.dat
2.5 - Which brings me to: Does it matter? Is it easier to just back up the wallet in the liveCD environment, and then store it on a truecrypt volume on a USB key? And then later just mount the truecrypt drive and import the wallet when I want access to the coins?
My goal with ppcoin is to buy a few peercoins and then come back a few years later to see what's happened. I want everything to be offline until then.
3 - Can I use blockchain.info to find out about balances at peercoin addresses, or is that just for bitcoin? Is there an analogous service for peercoin? I would just want to check periodically that my offline address still has my peercoins, to satisfy my paranoia.
Thank you very very much for any help. I feel like I could set myself up nicely with bitcoin, but I'm just not completely comfortable with peercoin's software just yet. Though I much prefer the idea of holding a few ppc compared to btc.
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I have been making a machine that creates music and sound based on 55 separate currency feeds, I need your help to figure out a sound "style" for each individual currency.

I have my machine that makes music from the price feeds all working, now I have the fun task of creating a "sound" for each individual currency!
It's built in Max for Live and converts live feed data into scalable information that Ableton Live can read and interact with.
The whole idea is so people can check boxes of currencies they want to take note of, then leave this ambient, self generative soundscape happening in the background while they go about their business. The sound changes if something notable happens, alerting you to take more action.
More info on the machine
I'm also a traineteacher so I figured I might as well kill two birds and make it into a sound design tutorial series as I progress through each one.
Question is, what kind of "sound" should each crypto be?
Example Bitcoin = something 8bit/chippy Dogecoin = something whacky and stupid Darkcoin = Evil ambient drone
Any suggestions? Here's the full list of currencies I am working with.
"Bitcoin" : 512.378817, "WorldCoin" : 0.009062, "Litecoin" : 5.128493, "Darkcoin" : 4.247166, "Peercoin" : 0.763449, "DogeCoin" : 0.000145, "Namecoin" : 1.094165, "Monero" : 1.757848, "X11coin" : 0.706021, "Blackcoin" : 0.05157, "Viacoin" : 0.248155, "Neutrino" : 0.010236, "Vericoin" : 0.071523, "ReddCoin" : 0.000068, "Quark" : 0.007009, "CloakCoin" : 0.402297, "Feathercoin" : 0.029355, "Primecoin" : 0.193575, "Infinitecoin" : 0.000013, "Megacoin" : 0.041963, "Zetacoin" : 0.00597, "Novacoin" : 0.978273, "Vertcoin" : 0.113473, "Maxcoin" : 0.016169, "Sync" : 617.985931, "PotCoin" : 0.004716, "Billioncoin" : 0.000076, "Razor" : 0.254006, "Shadowcoin" : 0.072511, "Uro" : 0.750957, "Devcoin" : 0.00005, "Mintcoin" : 0.000015, "Anoncoin" : 0.303904, "USDe" : 0.000341, "DigiByte" : 0.00022, "GoldCoin" : 0.008126, "SuperCoin" : 0.015529, "Pinkcoin" : 0.000548, "Terracoin" : 0.025698, "Digitalcoin" : 0.008781, "HoboNickels" : 0.023048, "Freicoin" : 0.002862, "Myriadcoin" : 0.000252, "NobleCoin" : 0.000059, "Ultracoin" : 0.006091, "WhiteCoin" : 0.000243, "VootCoin" : 0.00078, "Redcoin" : 0.00115, "FlutterCoins" : 0.000246, "ParticleCoin" : 0.000054, "GuerillaCoin" : 0.007425, "Pesetacoin" : 0.000635, "Faircoin" : 0.000461, "Libertycoin" : 0.000389, "DopeCoin" : 0.000046 
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The need for a universal medium of exchange.

The birth and acceptance of a universal medium of exchange ("UMX") is inevitable. The UMX may follow the Bitcoin protocol or its variants (Litecoin's scrypt), be based upon innovations that include some novel concepts (Peercoin's proof-of-stake) or variants (Quark's multiple hashing functions, Primecoin's 'useful' proof-of-work) or arise from a more general layer of development that uses the Bitcoin protocol to generalize the concept (Etherium).
The current amalgam of fiat currencies and bartering systems controlled by centralized authorities (through taxation and regulation) stifles worldwide growth and impedes progress toward achieving a humanitarian distribution of the planet's resources. Indeed, the hope that a centralized, benevolent authority would eventually emerge as more developed countries increase their wealth to the level that enables them to act selflessly for the common good and cooperate in a mission to improve the world's quality of life, is flawed. History has demonstrated that despite good intention, when a political entity is in a crisis it will act in its own self-interest, as do individuals. Although there are certainly examples of self-destructive and selfless individuals, in the collective humankind has survived because of a deep-seated survival instinct.
Good intention is not sufficient to garner the universal cooperation needed to march toward utopian goals. Beehives and ant colonies are examples of successful, large-scale cooperative behavior in nature that benefits a species. Such cooperation is limited, however, to species whose individuals lack self-awareness. One might argue that a beehive or ant colony is self-aware as an aggregate entity but their physical limitations prevent their spheres of influence from significantly disrupting the survival of other species. So unlike the science fiction staple of a computer operating system run amuck when it reaches self-awareness (and always with negative consequences, although without these there probably wouldn't be material for a story), to-date only humankind has the self-awareness that allows it to recognize and acknowledge the inherent conflict of interest in societal versus individual needs.
After a period of economic success, even if it came at the expense of neighboring societies, centralized authorities steer society on a utopian path by imposing rigid rules or mandates. And to some degree, they have succeeded, as the quality of life has improved in the past few millennia (even though significant resources have been utilized to pursue those that violate the rules). Such well-guided efforts eventually fail, often dramatically, as attempts are made to incorporate divergent cultures. Using religion as a masthead to warrant horrific actions obfuscates the fundamental flaw, namely that human nature, the survival instinct, is at odds with the utopian goal (Karl, can you hear me?).
Another tenet of human nature is neighbor envy, or the perception that someone has undeserved benefits acquired by chance or mendacity. Ultimately this is the root of many conflicts, on small and large scales.
Rather than force cooperation among individuals for the greater good, it would be far more effective - in terms of maximizing survival and quality of life - if universal cooperation was itself driven by self-interest.
The Bitcoin protocol is an exquisite example of the implementation of a decentralized system that is fueled by the benefits of cooperation.
Some argue that since bitcoin wealth may be concentrated in the hands of a few founders or early miners, the notion of a decentralized system is illusory. Note, however, that in order to realize this wealth now the bitcoins would need to be converted into fiat currencies. But doing so on a large scale would, because of market forces, destroy the very wealth trying to be realized. On the other hand, as bitcoin becomes universally accepted, this wealth could be exchanged directly for goods or services, which would benefit economies.
There may certainly be flaws in the initial design, although they very likely surmountable. For example, the existence of large, centralized ASIC mining pools was probably not anticipated. Indeed, an early assumption was that success of the protocol depended on honest miners that would not destroy - via a 51% attack - the very foundation upon which their wealth was being built. Self-interest is the driving force here, as demonstrated by recent events when a major mining pool reached 45% of the bitcoin mining capacity. It self-regulated itself to under 40% very quickly. This happened because it was not being controlled by any one individual: no despotic arch-villain could destroy the protocol.
An UMX is a natural and inevitable development, as it is consistent with basic human nature. It will serve society as a whole. Imagine the implication for the production of basic electronic goods that are used by a significant fraction of the world. Their production and development is currently shared across many borders, each with its own exchange medium or currency, currencies that can be deflated or inflated at the will of the centralized authority controlling them for short term economic or political gain. These actions are often in conflict with one of the other entities in the line of production and can lead to political crises, even wars. Over time, an UMX would eliminate these sources of conflict, the importance of which cannot be overstated.
The UMX protocol is here to stay.
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