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Alternate cryptocurrencies => Mining (Altcoins) => Topic started by: chrusso on April 02, 2018, 03:11:39 AM

Title: [mining crisis!] prohashing vs nanopool, or...?
Post by: chrusso on April 02, 2018, 03:11:39 AM
Hello, dear friends from BTCTalk,

As you certainly already noticed, ETH prices, and general prices have been falling awfully. Forcing us either to stop mining, sell the cards, or keep mining and covering the electric bill out of or pockets. Certainly because selling coins at this prices doesn't make much sense.

So I was wondering how I could possibly increase a bit my results: I have - 60 Sapphire Puls Rx580 8Gb on nanopool, mining ETH:

I've seen some people here saying that mining the most profitable coins from whattomine is not a good idea.

So I thought about prohashing vs nanopool, as far as I know, prohashing mines the most profitable coins at the moment, and pays back in any coin that you specify.

Do you have any experience with prohashing, compared with regular mining pools? Does it worth a try?

Do you have any other recommendation to transit this hard times?

Wish you all a good week!
Kind regards;

Title: Re: [mining crisis!] prohashing vs nanopool, or...?
Post by: jmigdlc99 on April 02, 2018, 04:54:29 AM
Congratulations on the stable rigs and hashrate you got there. This is the first time i've heard of prohashing and i must say they seem to have a very comprehensive and professional looking website.

My only concern is that they don't have Ethash? Given that most of your rigs are currently mining ETH i can imagine you have AMD cards. If that is the case they will also probably better for mining ethash at the moment so even if prohashing can mine a multitude of coins for you, their algorithms are probably best suited for NVIDIA cards and we may end up earning even less.