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Bitcoin Mining With 240V

I don't actively do any bitcoin mining anymore, but I'm leaving this here for historical purposes. Also, the information is still useful for running other kinds of computers at 240V. I have two CoinTerra TerraMiner IVs on order, one in the December batch and one in the March batch. As the December batch orders are now shipping, I spent the past week planning for the device's arrival and wanted to share the details for others... »

Bitcoin Command: Fun with AngularJS, NodeJS, and MongoDB

I don't actively do any bitcoin mining anymore, so I don't know that this app would be useful in the contemporary mining world, but I'm leaving it here for historical purposes. This is one of two posts about my Bitcoin Command app. The first post focuses on the actual functionality of the app and will be of interest mostly to other Bitcoin miners. The second post (this post) focuses on the technology I used to... »

Bitcoin Command: A Mining & Wallet Management Web App

I don't actively do any bitcoin mining anymore, so I don't know that this app would be useful in the contemporary mining world, but I'm leaving it here for historical purposes. This is one of two posts about my Bitcoin Command app. The first post (this post) focuses on the actual functionality of the app and will be of interest mostly to other Bitcoin miners. The second post focuses on the technology I used to... »

Butterfly Labs Jalapeno: Ten Months and Two Weeks Later

Update 8/15/13: After reading this post, see this followup post for more information. I admit it. I have been a closet Bitcoin geek for more than two years. Yes, the unfinished portion of my basement is full of GPUs running at full bore 24/7. My wife used to be annoyed by the noise, but that was when Bitcoins were worth $5 each. Now, she asks if we should add more. :) Anyway, my... »