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irza@earthlink.net
(@irzaearthlink-net)
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I have a 60MB Butterfly Labs ASIC that I would like to fold with, does F@H client recognize it? If not is there a way to do it? thanks for any help. O0

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Posted : 10/03/2017 5:18 pm
HelpTheFuzzy
(@helpthefuzzy)
New Member Customer

Curecoin can be mined with any 256 ASIC miner just like Bitcoin. S5 S7 S9 etc...

There are not many pools atm but here is one: Search may return more?
http://cure.cryptopools.com/index.php?page=statistics&action=pool

stratum+tcp:/cure.cryptopools.com:3360

I stumbled across this working on another PoW/PoS hybrid. This particular one actually adding some benefit to humanity, quite the brilliant idea!

Curious why there has not been more edu & healthcare org's driving this at warp speed?

For admins who may read this... contact:
ecoining.com
multipool.com
coinotron.com

all are popular multi coin pools 😉

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Posted : 10/03/2017 7:44 pm
irza@earthlink.net
(@irzaearthlink-net)
Active Member Customer

I cant get my Buttrfly to talk to my folding computer, it won't ding in with USB, it does on my AM3+ server computer[Opteron 3000] though, I do not want folding...my folding computer is a ASUS m5aevo r2.0 [signature] I read something about a ieee protocol that may be interfering...as for medicine/education pushing technology and money...new money, old facts/diseases may not mix with the effectiveness required by both. 😮
I wouldn't be folding with the ASIC, just 'securing..."? if I ever managed to get it found by my computer or any client, Bitminter could not find it either. where does the money come from, or "proceeds" from mining Curecoin go?
How does it, if it helps at all, help Folding issues?
Ecomomically, money-currency echange-trade velocity interst rates etc, from economics class. But Virual currency and its "Sponsor" name....seem more like statistics/ senses info to me, i dunno, it,s Saturday morning though. Bye. O:-)

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Posted : 11/03/2017 11:50 am
ComputrGenie
(@computrgenie)
New Member Customer

I may be off base here, but it seems like you have things a little confused (or at least it reads that way).

CureCoin, itself, is physically separate from folding and usage of ASICs for CureCoin has nothing to do with folding.

In the strictest scene, when it comes to folding, CureCoin is a reward for the work you do when you are folding with a CPU or a GPU. You don't actually "fold for CureCoin", you get CureCoin for folding as a member of the team.

Since CureCoin is a block-based coin, ASICs can (for now) be used to mine CureCoin in the same manner one would use that same ASIC to mine Bitcoin (or any other SHA-256 coin).

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Posted : 15/03/2017 10:52 am
Opencircuit74
(@opencircuit74)
Active Member Customer

I have an ASIC miner that I want to use to mine CureCoins. It is a Gridseed 5 ASIC miner, and I do not know how to configure it. I have the website and port, as well as the worker, but I do not have a setup file I can run to start mining. Can you tell me how to set it up? I want to contribute to the cause, but can't since I don't now how to set the miner up. Thanks!

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Posted : 11/04/2017 7:16 pm
FoxyFoldIt
(@imported_foxyfoldit)
Active Member Customer

Woohoo! Let's get you mining so we can kick cancer's butt! I did a bit of searching and this link should get you started:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=494625.0

When you set up your Curecoin configuration file keep in mind you can customize any numbers you'd like. Good luck and welcome to team!

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Posted : 17/04/2017 9:43 pm
Opencircuit74
(@opencircuit74)
Active Member Customer

Thank you! That is my exact miner and now I know how to set it up. Can't wait to get mining! On a side note I am planning on building a rig that gets 1.5M PPD.

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Posted : 18/04/2017 8:18 pm
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