Feathercoin daemon and wallet production version 0.17.0.2

What do you do for a living?


  • | Tip StephenJH

    [quote name=“J4c0b5L4tt3r” post=“6154” timestamp=“1369424365”]
    but now days I take care of my Grandpa
    [/quote]

    That’s wicked cool. +1


  • | Tip sl1982

    Hmm seems like I am the only blue collar worker here so far. I did take programming in school but did not want to sit behind a desk for a job. So now I do inspection in oil refineries. Industrial Radiography, Ultrasonic Inspection and whatnot.


  • Regular Member | Tip ghostlander

    Solve problems. Have had many jobs including, but not limited to, engineering, sysadmining, programming, designing, technical writing, training. Even sales & marketing thanks to my MBA. Always looking for interesting opportunities and trying to learn something new.


  • | Tip tuneman1980

    33. Software developer


  • | Tip FoBoT

    computer guy
    do computer stuff and they pay me, pretty sweet deal really
    i write a lot of ‘code’, but i am not a programmer
    mostly what real programmers call ‘scripts’ i think
    my title says ‘engineer’ in it, which i am glad for that and not ‘developer’

    i work at a place where this might have been invented

    [img]http://stockthemind.files.wordpress.com/2008/04/project-cartoon.jpg[/img]


  • | Tip thefendall

    Good ol sparky here… (Electrician). I’m the one who ends up running new circuitry to power mining rigs 🙂


  • | Tip pyxis

    [quote name=“thefendall” post=“8463” timestamp=“1370062511”]
    Good ol sparky here… (Electrician). I’m the one who ends up running new circuitry to power mining rigs 🙂
    [/quote]

    Wish I was an Electrician, power costs here in the EU are very high, I’ve been looking at alternative ways to go off grid, but solar and wind seem to be a pain in ass.


  • | Tip thefendall

    Although I dont mine (GF wouldnt like a 24hr rig in our small place) we are spoiled on rates, in BC in western Canada I pay 6.8 cents per KW for first 1000 KW in billing period then i pay 9.6 cents after that… very cheap… might even be the cheapest in North America. I lived in the UK for a few years about 5 years ago and remember it was ridiculously expensive then, sure its even more now. I suggested to someone in the US a month or two back that wanted to mine but had “peak hours” billing that was really high, that if they had some basic electrical knowledge you could create a small battery bank that was charged during low pricing hours, and switched into use during peak hours. This also assumes that your rig is large and profitable enough to do this. but for a few hundred dollars he had a system that helped beat peak charges and could have solar or alternatives added to in the future… didnt have to be for mining specifically.


  • | Tip J4c0b5L4tt3r

    [quote]Quote from: J4c0b5L4tt3r on May 24, 2013, 08:39:25 PM
    but now days I take care of my Grandpa [/quote]

    [quote]That’s wicked cool. +1[/quote]

    Got to look out for my Gramps:) Sorry, this was one of the threads I commented in before I figured out the “Notify of reply” option…


  • | Tip mirrax

    1buying cheap in china
    2selling with profit in europe

    Purchaser/product manager /salesman :o


  • Regular Member | Tip sheepson

    [quote name=“mirrax” post=“9404” timestamp=“1370374187”]
    1buying cheap in china
    2selling with profit in europe

    Purchaser/product manager /salesman :o
    [/quote]

    That’s awesome, i try to do that on a very small scale too 🙂


  • | Tip joinmicah

    I Co-Own an Advertising and Marketing Tool Network called ADSactly we have plans
    on eventually becoming 1 of the Largest Advertising Networks Online.


  • | Tip pyxis

    [quote name=“thefendall” post=“8611” timestamp=“1370108145”]
    Although I dont mine (GF wouldnt like a 24hr rig in our small place) we are spoiled on rates, in BC in western Canada I pay 6.8 cents per KW for first 1000 KW in billing period then i pay 9.6 cents after that… very cheap… might even be the cheapest in North America. I lived in the UK for a few years about 5 years ago and remember it was ridiculously expensive then, sure its even more now. I suggested to someone in the US a month or two back that wanted to mine but had “peak hours” billing that was really high, that if they had some basic electrical knowledge you could create a small battery bank that was charged during low pricing hours, and switched into use during peak hours. This also assumes that your rig is large and profitable enough to do this. but for a few hundred dollars he had a system that helped beat peak charges and could have solar or alternatives added to in the future… didnt have to be for mining specifically.
    [/quote]

    That is exactly the kind of thinking I was looking for, thank you so much for posting that.
    Sent some Ftc as a little thank you.


  • | Tip proxybop

    I work in IT Support for a non-profit although I’m fixing to move. I tell people to reboot their computers and make sure things are plugged in. XD


  • Regular Member | Tip RIPPEDDRAGON

    Jack of many trades but mostly computers, started as a developer for diablo 2 mmbot working on an addon baal bot (KuKbot), then moved to botting WoW for a living using one I wrote while going to school, worked as a .Net developer for Aetna Insurance, then a SAP Security Admin for a different company, now I work as a Java/Vaadin developer for a company doing electronic health record software (fiscal and clinical). Depending on the season I also work as a personal trainer, downhill ski coach, and I work for the race department of one of my local ski mtns.


  • | Tip joinmicah

    We are Building a Global Advertising Network to accomplish this we will need all the
    help we can get from the people that want to see a real company that provides
    high quality traffic and Products and Services people actually need.


  • | Tip joinmicah

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    Much More.

    Best way to get people to see our vision would be to jump on our ship and take a
    ride with us we are looking at the possible implementations of allowing Feathercoin
    and other Alt-coins that has Real Value to be used to purchase Advertising on our
    website.

    We may allow other services to also be purchased using Alt Coins once we have
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  • Regular Member | Tip Nutnut

    I’m an ozone layer. 😎


  • | Tip Mogumodz

    If I told you, I really would have to kill you 😶


  • | Tip junior0527

    In the military right now but I’d like to get in the IT field at some point.