Maybe the requirements are a secret that you have to decrypt
I couldn't resist.
I don't know the answer. It seems to be working for me - I can view your thread and it's not marked as closed. I didn't try posting because I have nothing to say in it. My guess would be that there's a post count requirement and/or a forum membership duration requirement, but that is just a guess.
given your join date and post counts I don’t think there are anywhere in the forum you can’t go
I don't buy much hardware nowadays. Partly because prices have increased to more than I'm willing to pay (e.g. £800 for a midrange graphics card) and partly because my approach to PC hardware has changed from "that's new so I want it" to "what I already have works well enough". But I like these forums.
Yeah, there's a minimum post count and membership time to access the crypto forum (was getting bombarded with spam posts), you should be able to access though now (or at least today as some point) as you meet both requirements.One of my thread was moved there and I can no longer reply to it.
What is the current requirement to post in that sub form? I searched everywhere and there doesn't appear to be any requirement indicators.
Thanks in advance.
Your post was all about your master plan to destroy a crypto currency. I'd guess you're not welcome in there.
Heh, I am not much of a miner (but I do mine), but I am against it on principal grounds (creating money by doing useless things). IMO money / wealth is created by doing work society finds valuable such as building a house, or car, or computer games for entertainment. Mining does none of that, just solving useless hashes.
Hell even WoW gold farming is more about wealth creation as you are generating something for someone else's entertainment.
It is a real shame that all that processing power isn't doing anything useful, has any cryptocurrency tried to put all that processing power to good use? Work on scientific / medial research etc
the actual updating of the shared ledger is not intensive at all, the right to update it(and earn the bitcoin) by brute forcing the result /target of the sha256 algorithm ( the result of the ledgers in the block, well the merkle tree of them and the hash of the last block and Afew other details ran through sha 256)The power is kinda being used to validate the ledger and keep the books balanced, that is what the miners are being rewarded for. If the processing is used for other means, then what keeps the ledger going?