An icon library is a way to package Windows icons. It is typically a 16-bit New Executable or a 32-bit Portable Executable binary file having .ICL extension with icon resources being the packaged icons. Windows Vista and later versions do not support viewing icons from 16-bit (New Executable) files.
The person you want to share content can only be a handful of feet from you. AirDrop only works when you’re in roughly the same place as another user (the same room, apartment, office, etc.); it doesn’t work over the Internet if you’re in different cities, for instance.
I like GPU miners. They are straighforward to build, flexible, and profitable. You can start with however much you can afford, and add GPU’s as you go. For most people just getting into mining, I tell them that it is great to have grand plans, but that they should start mining with just one miner first, because it is a learning experience. After they run out of room at their house or apartment, then they can look at getting more and putting them into a place that has more electricity and cooling.
If this new difficulty targeting algorithm gets adopted, Bitcoin Cash and Bitcoin could coexist harmoniously, while sharing the same Proof of Work. This would allow each coin to pursue the technical and economic improvements that they feel are best for their community, independently from each other and with no mutual hindrance.
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I guess that a lot of people feel that they missed the Bitcoin train and just jump at every new opportunity they get, hoping that this time they will be right to get in from the start… not a bad thing to do, though you should still carefully choose your battles. Zcash does look very promising, but jumping all in without even getting all the details first can be a problem and I’m getting the feeling that many people actually do that. I won’t be surprised in seeing a lot of people tomorrow that will just rent enormous hashrate right from the start of the mining from NiceHash and then figure out the hard way about the initial very low rewards.
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Thanks Wood! I go back and forth on that. I have some server PSU’s in my smaller shop and it works well, but it adds complexity as well. With almost 200 miners now I need something reliable and simple.
Time to refurb one of my computers from when I had a computer shop. After 5 yrs of collecting dust. (I started in 1996 and put down my tools in 2012) I am ready to get it together to get back into it for myself.
ICOs are typically announced on various cryptocurrency forums, notably on Bitcointalk. The announcement thread contains key information about the project, such a whitepaper (if present), project goals, timelines for ICO and project development, team involved, previous experience of the team members, notable features of the project, and other ICO details.
Click on “workers” and choose one of the jobs (Account’s default jobs) according to your card. Run the file you have created (mine.bat). Make sure that there are no errors and that a message approving your worker has been received. If you did not get this message, it means you did something wrong. After the program starts running you will see that the worker (called the miner) is added to the “workers” screen. On the site, click “Dashboard” to see data about the mining (it will take some time until you see something; it is updated according to the work that the mining machine does).
There are two main sources of documentation for EthosDistro. The first is the local.conf file. A working example of the pool.txt for ethereum is posted online, with all the comments and examples. The pool.txt and local.conf file documentation is dense, so it takes a few times reading it through to figure it out. I had to read it through about 10 times before I understood how to change the settings to make it work. The second source of documentation is the EthosDistro Knowledge Base.
The CUR file format is an almost identical image file format for non-animated cursors in Microsoft Windows. The only differences between these two file formats are the bytes used to identify them and the addition of a hotspot in the CUR format header; the hotspot is defined as the pixel offset (in x,y coordinates) from the top-left corner of the cursor image where the user is actually pointing the mouse.
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