Looks like we have another win for Bitcoin. Time has partnered with Coinbase to begin accepting Bitcoin payments for digital and print subscriptions of Fortune, Health, Travel + Leisure and This Old House. Time will be the first major publisher to accept Bitcoin as a form of payment.
Well here is another win for Bitcoin, Dell.com will now allow you to purchase products from their website using the crypto-currency. When you are ready to make your purchase all you have to do is select Bitcoin as the payment method.
According to a report by DigiTimes graphics card vendors are bracing for a brutal second quarter. They expect graphics card sales to drop by 30 to 40 percent! Vendors reasoning for this forecast is overwhelming unsold inventories of cards lower down the supply chain.
If you are running any type of Bitcoin mining operation you know that your biggest enemy is the power bill. With the amount of computing power it takes to mine Bitcoins your power bill can easily skyrocket. It looks like many Bitcon miners are interested in the state of Washington, especially the central part of the state including Chelan, Douglas, and Grant counties.
Last month we featured a post on some of the most insane Crypto-Currency Mining Rigs out there. While these are extremely impressive not everyone has the money, time or even space to build such setups. After seeing some really bad mining setups we wanted to show you the opposite end of the spectrum so we present to you some of the most ghetto Crypto-Currency Mining Rigs out there!
NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 750 Ti is not really much to talk about especially when it comes to gaming. Although it is something that the cryptomining crowd should definitely take a look at for its price-performance ratio and low power draw.
Mt. Gox was once the worlds largest Bitcoin exchange, much like Citi or HSBC are to us here in the United States has gone offline. The Mt. Gox website was wiped clean and their associated Twitter account has been cleaned as well.
Mining crypto-currency is a big thing right now and there are only a few options for cases other than building your own setup. Well the guys over at Red Harbinger have a solution for you in their Dopamine Case.
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