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  1. This post: https://steemit.com/gridcoin/@parejan/odlk1-calculated-rac-for-cpus explains what the spreadsheet does in more detail from the developer itself. I should have probably linked to it in the first place. Regardless, it's always good to have new tools, so I would recommend posting a link about your program on https://www.reddit.com/r/gridcoin/ as well.
  2. High Difficulty

    There is a post every two weeks at www.reddit.com/r/gridcoin/ called "Gridcoin - State of the Network" by jring_o that has much useful information including average difficulty. The link to the last post is here.
  3. You might find this spreadsheet useful: https://github.com/parejan/gridcoin/blob/master/Gridcoin_Calculated_RAC.xlsx
  4. Actually, many exchanges now accept transactions for this currency (for example bittrex and ccex do) and you can also use coinswitch, so they situation has greatly improved. After the white paper has officially come out in two days time, the developers will also be asking more exchanges to list this coin. Things are going really well right now!
  5. I am trading GRC for other cryptocurrencies (and vice versa) at market rates and with very small fees. If you are interested in buying or selling GRC send me a message.
  6. There were some issues with the GRC wallet in the recent past and many exchanges haves temporarily stopped trading them. The developers have addressed all the issues and it is now up to the exchanges to start trading GRC fully again. In the meantime, you can sell your GRC by posting at: https://www.reddit.com/r/MarketGrid/ Or you can send me a message, as I am usually interested in trading GRC for other crypto.
  7. I am willing to sell GRC for LTC or DOGE and I might be able to beat the eobot price. Message me for a chat, if interested.
  8. This is a post from a fellow beginner about how I "bought" my first 300GRC now that the exchanges are closed. Hope that other newbies will find it useful. I used the site www.earncrypto.com/, If you feel like doing the mindless tasks to earn fractions of grc go ahead, but what I did was to head straight for the big promos: 1) earn grdicoin --> earn offers --> Personaly and find William Hill Casino which offers (at the time of writing) ~2000points so ~300 GRC. 2) Just follow the link and sign up and deposit whatever the offer asks you (20EUR/USD/GBP/etc). Do not activate any other bonuses.You want to be betting your own money as quickly as possible, not any bonus money, for this method to work. 3) Play one game of roulette with all of your deposit. Do NOT expect to win. This is a gambling site! (But if you win, even better!) 4) Wait a few days for the casino to process the registration and you are done! ~300GRC appear into your earncrypto account and you are ready to start staking! Comments: 1) As already mentioned, do not expect to win your money back. It's better if you think about this method as "buying gridcoins". 2) The effective price is not much more expensive than the trading price, so I didn't mind at all. All I wanted was a few hundred starter GRC and with the exchanges still closed I thought this method will do just fine. 3) Even if the William Hill offer is not available in your area, search for other big sign up offers that will effectively allow you to "buy" GRC at a reasonable price. 3)If you think this post is useful, you can say thanks by signing-up using my referral link to the site: https://www.earncrypto.com/earn-free-gridcoin/?r=187436 but there is no obligation! :)
  9. Hi again, I also had a post from last week that was probably lost in the forkmagedon! If any Sheppard could send me a few starting coins it would be greatly appreciated! SAyax3YEcCDwe1v3mPvAfLutLYrwv6cd5o
  10. Hi all, I just discovered gridcoin after a documentary on bitcoin which made me realize what a waste of electricity that project demands. I am totally up for using idle computer time to contribute to scientific calculations instead. If anybody could help me get started with some GRC coins, I would be grateful! SAyax3YEcCDwe1v3mPvAfLutLYrwv6cd5o
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