Been a while since I’ve provided an update. Crypto has taken a dive for the most part, sites have been hacked, and the Holidays are upon us. So…I’ve added an x86 emulator to the site for some fun. Check it out and…
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!!
Still doing crypto? Well you’re probably shying away from mining with GPU/Asic because the electricity is not on par with the profits. If you are still using ASICs – well then…you need even more staking to offset the costs!
I’ve been using them for a couple of months and I’m impressed! They seem to add new coins here and there (they tend to avoid low value coins and add higher value coins).
They even have their own coin (StakeCube Coin – SCC) which is doing pretty good!
OK…So this issue had really pissed me off and I had finally found a fix for it. Anyone that has a rooted phone has possibly heard of APPS2SD or Link2SD…you most certainly have heard of it if you have a rooted phone like the Samsung On5 with extremely limited (FFS!) Internal Memory space.
Well have you “All of a sudden” began having errors when attempting to install APK files? I was able to install (most) apps from the Google Play Store app with no issues. However, I was not able to install any APK of any file. I wanted to mess around with LuckyPatcher, so I thought perhaps it was being blocked by KNOX or something…nope – It will warn you about the installation when it’s successful. Otherwise “Out of Space” errors galore.
To fix this you need to go in to APPS2SD (or other) and set the default location to “Auto” vs the default “External”.
- Click “Link apps to SD card”
- Press the Menu button on the upper right (the three …)
- Set Install Location
- Set to Auto and press OK
- Exit out of the app
- Try to install your APK again 🙂
Links2SD has a Menu -> Settings -> “Install location” option where you can do the same thing. However, if you initially used Apps2SD like me…(or possibly vice-versa though I haven’t confirmed this) – you will have to use the original app that you used to set the default location. At least…I had to as it wouldn’t let me do this in Links2SD
I can not take credit for this fix – and I’m a person who gives credit where due:
The PS4 Scene is on a ROLL!
Now you can exploit PS4’s on 4.05 without a PC using only the PS4 web browser:
PS2 Emulation on the PS4 is working better than the PS3 was too and they got it working already!
Take your BCC and dump it fast folks – BCC has closed the Lending Platform, but has released everyone’s investments (In BCC…but their BCC to BTC Exchange is not working).
DUMP time folks. I can’t believe they have BitConnectX ICO planned and an exchange but are exiting this way…I will not be investing with them anymore ever again. I lost any value I had in this lending, and for me it was a waste of time. I would have done better to have had the BCC and traded it sooner for BTC when the value was high.
Alas – Live and learn! This was the last HYIP I will ever participate in. They are mostly all scams folks ;( – Stay away from them!
I’m a few days late to see this (more like a week) – but the good news is a PS4 Kernel exploit has been released by SpectreDev.
This isn’t a walk in the park for n00bs, but is fairly easy for techie folks. Note – There is NO payload (yet) for running Homebrew or Backup ISO’s…this will come in due time.
If you are looking for PS4 4.05 Firmware (you have to be on 4.05 at the time of writing this article), you can find it here:
PS4 Firmware 4.05 PUP (297 MB)
MD5 Checksum (PS4UPDATE_SYSTEM.PUP) = 203c76c97f7be5b881dd0c77c8edf385
Read more about the original exploit info from PSXHAX here:
Looking to host the exploit on your own LAN (I would…) – Well check here:
It’s only a matter of time before PS4 will be wide-open like PS3 – w000t!
Anyone notice that http://laser.online goes to Bitconnect now? What happened?!?
I’ve written off Laser at a loss but I only had invested $33 LTC on the 2nd round and was reinvesting all my earnings to make 12% off of it and reinvest constantly (like BitConnect). They may be gone with word of their social media disappearing and what not…
BitConnect is still going strong though! I am reinvesting approximately $20 or $30 per day now when interest is decent (~1%).
So Far (from initial $1010 BCC investment):
Average Re-Invests now (after main deposit interest and all compounding interest):
Average Interest from Re-Invests:
Does any of this mean BitConnect is not a scam? Nope…but it’s working and tracking properly – Something Laser.Online (even when it worked) had a hard time doing. This is very important when it comes to interest gains of course! You don’t want to get ripped off, and you want to know exactly what you are earning. BitConnect does very good with that at least.
At some point the daily gains will be large enough to warrant withdrawals, and/or only partial reinvests on some days…at least that’s the goal!
I will be VERY hesitant to join any other HYIP at this point though..
Well – This entry deserves another post of it’s own. This nice site is a scam as I’m learning most of these HYIP are.
Laser.Online (still sketchy) and BitConnect’s Lending Platform (also sketchy) are as good as they get so far. Enwy.io, Dioxen, and BTCHash.io are all similar scams. All with great websites – but allllll money stealers.
Took down banners.
Well…I got most of my deposit back but not all…They have stopped paying about 60% back to ROI. Banners are removed from the site – Please DO NOT sign up to these services unless you want less than your investment back ;p
Enwy has not even bothered to reply…DioXen keeps saying all will be paid but nothing happens.
You Win some…You lose some!
BitConnect and Laser Online are doing great so far. Both have released updates regarding progress (BitConnect’s Pay Card…sounds fishy but let’s see), and Laser is doing an ICO (Laser Coin)…they may be trying to setup a lending platform like BitConnect.
BTCHash.io is working for now but too early to tell (seems too good to be true, but they claim to let you pull your investment and earnings at will (business days only with some processing time). Let’s see how these go!
As always – If you invest in these, make sure you invest what you are willing to lose. Many HYIP ARE scams it seems. I know people say they are but I want to try a few myself. These “cloud mining” sites are the worst…absolute garbage despite how cool they look.