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BitWare Group Limited UK is a technological group of 45 world's best engineers and 5 laboratories focused on IoT

BitWare Group Limited UK is a technological group of 45 world's best engineers and 5 laboratories focused on IoT, Blockchain, AI and Machine Learning. Mineberg - is a trademark of BitWare Group that will provide own-production, low-margin, life-time dedicated Bitcoin mining capacities world-wide. Own manufacture and maintain process allows to reduce capital and operational expenses, providing supercomputer clusters' best for cryptocurrency networks service. Mineberg Immersion Mining Center's minimal hosting rate is $0.02 per kWh. We offer 1 TH/s for 40$, providing lowest entry threshold on the market. Project’s fund constantly increases total computing power and distributes it among the coinholders, ensuring a guaranteed level of bitcoin production. Coinholders are able to convert Bitcoin to Fiat through our own Bitcoin exchange.
About Mineberg BitWare Group Limited UK is a technological group of 45 world's best engineers and 5 laboratories focused on IoT, Blockchain, AI and Machine Learning.
Mineberg - is a trademark of BitWare Group that will provide own-production, low-margin, life-time dedicated Bitcoin mining capacities world-wide.
Own manufacture and maintain process allows to reduce capital and operational expenses, providing supercomputer clusters' best for cryptocurrency networks service.
Mineberg Immersion Mining Center's minimal hosting rate is $0.02 per kWh. We offer 1 TH/s for 40$, providing lowest entry threshold on the market.
Project’s fund constantly increases total computing power and distributes it among the coinholders, ensuring a guaranteed level of bitcoin production.
Coinholders are able to convert Bitcoin to Fiat through our own Bitcoin exchange.
EXCHANGE LIST
Binance
Huobi
Kucoin
Bibox
Qryptos
Satoexchange
BIGone
Bitrue
Bilaxy
Bit-Z
Linkcoin
SECURE WALLET
Ledgerwallet
Trezor
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Assembly Cup Help Wanted

Hello everyone!
Today I'm preparing the launch of the Assembly Cup. This is not a launch yet and the contest has NOT started yet. The contest will consist of giving each contestant in the game a robot which is controlled by a small program they write. The program is 256-bytes of memory (including stack space) and consists of a small but simple VM stack language.
Example code:
; Set robot motor to half speed push8 #IO_MOTOR push8 #$7f io 
There are 3 basic instructions for push, pop, and branching and 64 stack based functions like arithmetic and more. The io function allows for control of the robots sensors and motors.

Help Wanted

Before I can launch the contest I need more testing and want to do a smaller scale "test run" to ensure the VM and compiler are ready to use by the masses. In the real contest the code will be ran on our servers and "streamed" to other players over a web player, but for testing contestants use a sandbox for testing their robots.
Also if anyone wants to sponsor the contest we will be allowing anyone to insert game tokens into the world. This means your website or company can insert $5 of tokens into the game world and robots who find those tokens are awarded their value in Bitcoin minus a small percentage we take for running the contest.

Current Status

Happy coding!
EDIT: Project was originally called "bitwars" and had some naming issues and was renamed to "asmcup" (you may see bitwars in the README still)
EDIT2: The README is from a time when 8, 16, and 32-bit operations were supported. The current implementation and VM spec allows for 8-bit integer or 32-bit float operations (16-bit and 32-bit integers were removed)
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Assembly Cup Help Wanted

This is an x-post from my original post in /tinycode
Hello everyone!
Today I'm preparing the launch of the Assembly Cup. This is not a launch yet and the contest has NOT started yet. The contest will consist of giving each contestant in the game a robot which is controlled by a small program they write. The program is 256-bytes of memory (including stack space) and consists of a small but simple VM stack language.
Example code:
; Set robot motor to half speed push8 #IO_MOTOR push8 #$7f io 
There are 3 basic instructions for push, pop, and branching and 64 stack based functions like arithmetic and more. The io function allows for control of the robots sensors and motors.

Help Wanted

Before I can launch the contest I need more testing and want to do a smaller scale "test run" to ensure the VM and compiler are ready to use by the masses. In the real contest the code will be ran on our servers and "streamed" to other players over a web player, but for testing contestants use a sandbox for testing their robots.
Also if anyone wants to sponsor the contest we will be allowing anyone to insert game tokens into the world. This means your website or company can insert $5 of tokens into the game world and robots who find those tokens are awarded their value in Bitcoin minus a small percentage we take for running the contest.

Current Status

Happy coding!
EDIT: Project was originally called "bitwars" and had some naming issues and was renamed to "asmcup" (you may see bitwars in the README still)
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bitwars.org spamming the blockchain network with 0.00000001 transactions

Today I sent myself some Bitcoins to btc-e and then got a notification from my blockchain app that I received 0.00000001 BTC.
I looked up the transaction and address and found that it's publicly labeled "Play and Win BTC" which redirects to bitwars.org. Checked their address and they've been sending 100's if not 1,000's of minor transactions to Bitcoin addresses which send or receive payment by what looks like a blockchain transactions scan. Transaction Examples
Got home tonight and was going through the routine check on my site (cryptothrift) when I saw the same amounts sent to disposable addresses used for people to deposit funds:
That's when I clicked to what they're attempting to do, spam the network with minor fee-less transactions to advertise their service. Which reminded me to what I read (but not confirmed) about a similar game played by bitcoin.tm on BitcoinTalk.org
Is this normal? Have services and sites been doing this much lately? Does raise eye brows or am I just too cautious?
Update: When I sent the coins to my btc-e account, I noticed that I got the same amount transacted twice. First one confirmed nicely, the 2nd is still sitting with 0 confirmations (a typical double spend attempt) and the TX ID is invalid 2f4044aa4491be921b084f56790089e4a37525ff475ffbe036e5105a0903955e. I didn't think twice of that either... But I just noticed the same thing happened on my site with one of those addresses which have received the 0.00000001 BTC Here... again, the transaction ID c6977180762c6c55d836a9e3018b4d05f4f5d67957c5e74f11316954da3c7643 shows as invalid with 0 confirmations showing on my side.
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