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CoinSolver -- Profit Switching Scrypt Pool w/Nightly Bonus
CoinSovler is a new auto-switching scrypt coin mining pool that pays out directly in BitCoin. We're still in Beta, so suggestions and feedback are most welcome, and we have many features in the works. We intend for it to be dead simple to use, highly profitable and very transparent about the mining information.
I'm new to the mining game. I have a Machine Learning rig at work that for a couple months wont be used (4x 1080ti). I had some BSOD issues early on, but finally got it going with nicehash and I was surprised that I was only averaging $5 a day. When I was setting things up, I saw in past videos people were getting $42/day, then $15/day ... now just a couple dollars a day? Since I'm new, I don't have the experience to know if this is a fluke with using nicehash, or a general trend in the field. It seems like bitcoin popped back up to 10k, but the payouts are still dirt slim. Is there a reason for this?
Hey guys, so I recently just got into bitcoin mining and am mining from my pc at home on my nvidia gtx 1070. Yields about 2.77 dollars a day at 337 mhz by the looks of it, unless I'm reading the program wrong. I have seen that people see it's not worth mining anymore when in my head it sure as he'll is...if I use a raspberry pi with a 10 Port USB expander and I plug those USB block eruptors in running at about 8ghz each, which are at about 0.34 dollars a day maybe more.... that's about 6 dollars a day. That's about 42 dollars a week .. so on so forth...im from South Africa and the currency is 13.80 rand to 1 dollar so a month that's about 2300 rand a month. I could probably buy groceries for a month for my girlfriend and myself with That To give you perspective. Now if I have 4 of those farms it goes up quote a bit. I cant Imagine it using much more power than it currently is because my raspberry pi at the moment and my desktop computer are on 24/7. Am I misunderstanding the concept or am I being too optimistic or why do people say that it's not worth it anymore? Really appreciate the help guys...i actually haven't stopped thinking about this as a 3rd income.
I use to mine a little bit back in 2013 but I kinda stopped cause I didnt want my computer overheating constantly. But lately I've taken interest in investing and bitcoin (should've done this way sooner). I'm thinking about setting up a mining rig in my basement. Is this pointless or do people still mine bitcoin?
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Bitcoin Mining Dead - Thus Enter Era of Bitcoin Volatility
The practicality of the average smart guy being able to get ANYWHERE with Bitcoin Mining is relatively low right now. I think therefore that we're entering an era of Bitcoin volatility. This is because the only way to get Bitcoins reasonably now is either by sale of goods and services, or in buy/sell strategies in the market. Well, since not enough people and businesses are using Bitcoin, really the only reasonable way to get Bitcoins is by buy/sell strategies. And man, are they! Check out btc-e.com and you'll see how many trades are occurring per month! The only way that buy/sell strategies work is by playing with the price up and down, and arbitrage (the latency game between multiple exchanges). And this causes volatility, I believe. But that's just my opinion. I'm no economist. Thoughts?
Bitcoin Mining Death Spiral / Halving Narrative Dead
This article was posted today: https://messari.io/article/a-bitcoin-halving-black-swan Author suggests there could be a Bitcoin mining death spiral and how the halving narrative is dead. Wondered what everyone’s thoughts on this was? He makes a pretty compelling argument, and I’ve been a believer of Plan B’s S2F model, but this article kind of puts a damper on it. Would appreciate detailed responses as my newbie friends asked me about this article as well and I didn’t have any good answers for them. Thanks in advance!
What happens if in the future the miners join forces so that the mining reward does not decrease by half every 4 years? if the miners win this battle (2x) decentralization is over, bitcoin as a project is dead
Apparently, Bitcoin is dead. That is what the world’s media have been telling us for as long as the crypto has been alive. In fact, the number of “Bitcoin is dead” articles is over 250, and counting. The doomsayers have been wrong time and again. Feb 27 “The Exact Date for Bitcoin’s Final Crash to $0.00” – Wall Street Daily $579.01 Feb 26 “Bitcoin is Dead” – Street Insider $578.98 Feb 25 “Is Bitcoin Dead?” – About.com $532.71 Feb 25 “Mt. Gox Meltdown Spells Doom for Bitcoin” – Bloomberg $532.71 According to experienced miners, nowadays you can get rich by mining Bitcoins only if you invest in really powerful equipment and know how to save money on energy bills. However, as a whole, Bitcoin mining at home is dead. The competition in 2017 is more fierce than ever before. This has brought mining profitability down to levels such that if a mining operator’s electric rates are much above the U.S. average of $0.11 per kWh then those operators who use GPUs are losing money on every bitcoin mined (when valued at the current exchange rate, a little under $5). Not all miners are facing hard times though. Cryptocurrency mining includes two functions, namely: adding transactions to the blockchain (securing and verifying) and also releasing new currency. Individual blocks added by miners should contain a proof-of-work or PoW. Bitcoin mining case study. Let’s take Bitcoin as an example, for a second. The block reward is basically how new Bitcoin ...
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