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Coffeezilla YouTube channel just got deleted by YouTube for a video where he warned viewers about DogeCoin
reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrency | 2021-05-06
chia.net is working on that
So whats the profitability is like ?
reddit.com/r/chia | 2021-05-04
This is the laziest question I've ever seen. your basically asking people on the internet to do all the research for you. There are a million places to get this information. chia.net is a good place to start
reddit.com/r/chia | 2021-05-03
and download the blockchain gui from chia.net and start plotting and farming.
A new green cryptocurrency called Chia (XCH) uses a less energy-intensive method of minting new coins starts trading on Monday, May 3rd 2021.
reddit.com/r/UltimateTraders | 2021-05-03
Source: markets.businessinsider.com and chia.net
More technical details?
reddit.com/r/chia | 2021-05-02
The consensus working document linked from the chia.net homepage probably has what you need. Ctrl+F for "plot" takes you directly to some details.
Can we fix this? Clicking anywhere in the red checks one/both of the boxes and is annoying.
reddit.com/r/chia | 2021-05-01
If you have a github account considere opening an issue here https://github.com/Chia-Network/chia-blockchain-gui/issues
Chiacoin vs siacoin?
reddit.com/r/chia | 2021-05-01
I recommend you read Chia white paper on chia.net, where a lot of useful info can help many other questions. Surely, you will have after you are serious about it. I have gone through the learning process, does everyone else.
Non-GUI Linux Farming install?
reddit.com/r/chia | 2021-04-30
Not my use case, but while reading i stumbled upon this: https://github.com/Chia-Network/chia-blockchain-gui/blob/main/remote.md Maybe it will help you.
reddit.com/r/chia | 2021-04-29
Biggest question, how do I know if my machine is capable of parallel plotting? (As is stated in the guide on chia.net)
Best buy is limiting easystores to one per customer, assuming because of chia.
reddit.com/r/DataHoarder | 2021-04-27
Likely this is the real thing. The Chia team did the math (published) to replace power-hungry Proof-of-Work with Proof-of-Space (hard drive space) + Time (Timelords on network). They may also have fixed the programming model that Etherium has been trying hard to push. If true, it's really (Bitcoin+Etherium) 2.0. Worth a look. https://chia.net
Need help setting up standalone chia GUI that connect to remote node
reddit.com/r/chia | 2021-04-24
I have set up my full node, farmer, etc. on a docker container which is on my NAS. I can get into the container and check if it's farming with command chia farm summary that show me if the farm is running well or not. This is fine. However, I wanted something easier. Is it possible to set up Chia GUI on my PC which connect to backend chia that is in my NAS? I attempted to follow a guide but it seems to still connect to the localhost node.
How do I get v1.1.1 running on Ubuntu?
reddit.com/r/chia | 2021-04-23
Investing in Chia? Here are my concerns and questions 😕
Seems like a lot of this would be answered with a quick look at chia.net, to be honest. They even have a FAQon the top bar of their website that discusses some of these topics.
Some things I have learned about the Chia
Best value chia machine, is the one you've already got. It's free. Maybe Chia will be worth thousands, maybe it'll be worth cents (it is worth keeping in mind that chia.net has pre-mined more than we collectively will for 21 years(ish) - we're just here to build hype for their coins to be worth more). i.e. Think of this as fun that might make money - not an investment.
Remote farmer node statistics
All I want is to get statistics working — the only guide I've found is to connect to remote UIhttps://github.com/Chia-Network/chia-blockchain-gui/blob/main/remote.md