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  1. 78_Alpha

    PrimaCora [0.05 UFR]

    Thank you for the help. If they release a mobile version it will make 24/7 seeding much easier.
  2. 78_Alpha

    PrimaCora [0.05 UFR]

    I had to turn my laptop off for the night, so since I was the only seed there was no upload, I might leave it on the next couple days in a low power state, or find a way to compile to arm to make it run in a mobile Linux environment (lot less power usage). Should be uploading to people since 2 PM (3 hours prior to this post).
  3. 78_Alpha

    Will people pay for torrents

    Legitimiate torrent content, likely not, unless they want to gain UFR from seeding it to use for... the "other" kind of torrent (assuming they switch to UFR or something like it.
  4. 78_Alpha

    PrimaCora [0.05 UFR]

    This is one of 3 iterations of Prima I have drawn. This art piece was made with Inkscape and Krita as my own personal showing that Photohsop and Illustrator aren't the only graphics apps that exist. It demonstrates that skill can beat out good software any day. This is the full size piece. Created by 78 Alpha. PrimaCora.ufr
  5. 78_Alpha

    Crystal [0.02 UR]

    An art piece I made back in school, thought to use it as my first test of UFR, and I am starting with the same amount as the video tutorial for some fun, and because it's not really worth all that much in my own opinion. Crystal_Original_Art.ufr
  6. So, I don't know if it's an app bug or how the environment handles this app, but when I tried to maximize the app the button disappeared and the window was still the same size... Linux [Ubuntu Budgie 18.10]
  7. That depends on what software you are doing. If you are doing data heavy tasks, then any i7 would be beneficial. If you are doing things that would benefit from GPU acceleration, then a Ryzen APU or Nvidia GPU would definitely help. If you do something that writes to a physical drive constantly then any SSD would do. If you do something like brute-force password cracking then you need a lot of memory. With Mac, you have to pay the Apple penalty, higher price for weaker hardware but an in-between OS. With Windows, you can run everything you want, but Windows 7/8/8.1 are dead (Windows 10 update logs actually point to security flaws they left in those), and Windows 10, beyond 1803 is not safe to use. So... a laptop with an i7, Nvidia dedicated, SSD equipped, and boat load of memory is perfect for everything, no matter how intense. If you want a more realistic answer, then an i3-6xxx+, SSD, 8GB+ RAM, would be adequate. https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIAA0S87A2003&ignorebbr=1 https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=9SIAEYA8D65360&ignorebbr=1 Something along those lines works, but a little more expensive gets an i5 version... https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834850876&ignorebbr=1 Apple computers of the same spec are roughly (by newegg) $1000 to $2000 so... try hackintosh
  8. I tried to enlarge the windows, but it ended up with just a box and the enlarge button in the top right disappearing... Is it even supposed to be there?
  9. Wouldn't the question be, "is it worth buying this currency to decrypt this file and get what's in it"?
  10. You might have to bring it the attention of those sites, since those types of sites likely do not look for stuff like this. When talking about open, I would think non-clear net. However, you could try Reddit or something like that, closest you can get besides zeronet or deep web for "open".
  11. 78_Alpha

    Hello New Born

    I am new to this whole project, just came around right near its release date, and have been following it loosely. I myself am a python dev, but I do graphic art, soldering, sound composition, video editing, the usual set of skills you find with a computer nerd. I hope to see this go far, and seeds grow like trees on steroids.