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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Most profitable coin to mine information sources on: April 02, 2018, 08:39:00 AM
Hey, was wondering where you guys get information what is currently most profitable with nVidia cards (but also why not with AMD cards - I don't have AMD but my friends have some).

I used to use mostly but it didn't show up by some reason few ago LUX that was most profitable and doesn't show up right now RVN that seems to be currently most profitable for GTX1070ti and GTX1080 at least that I have. So these are the only three places I am currenlty checking (giving also current revenue/profit for one 1080): - past long-long time if you check average last 24h difficulty then most profitable to keep mining ZEC ($1,26/$0.89). And I check also from inside the AwesomeMiner's "online services" tab as there is information what pool is most profitable, too and sometimes first coin isn't the same as when you check from website. Not sure why is it like that. - was giving past weeks RVN as most profitable so my rigs mine that but right now it says Denarius ($20.19) and RVN ($2.04). By the way it's interesting to watch also the profit table inside of the CryptoGuiMiner Windows app as there is slightly different information. Not sure why is it like that. Currently it shows inside the app for 6x1080 Denarius ($380.52/month so one 1080 = $2,08) so quite the same as in website but in app RVN is 5th in the row... second is LUX etc. In website RVN is second choice. - This one I trust least by some reason. It says top one is ABS ($2.26/$1.19). Cryptoguiminer thinks ABS should be $0.96/day with current difficulty and $0,50 average 24h difficulty.Not sure what time period's difficulty this calculator uses.

2  Economy / Digital goods / How to use escrow when buying digital goods here on: March 07, 2018, 01:12:13 PM
Hey, I am new on buying digital goods here and I was just wondering how escrow works and what service providers you use and how much they charge? I have so far just used escrow through freelancer sites when I sell my services.
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Anybody using CryptGuiMiner? 6x1070ti = $3k+/month? on: March 04, 2018, 08:22:03 PM
Hey, Was thinking to try CryptoGuiMiner and that one promises $3k+ per month for 6x1070ti if I mine TuneCoin but they don't have that under
under mining profiles in dropdown menu so probably will mine Ravencoin that it says almost $2k/month. Not sure if those calculations are correct and not sure how much profit that soft is taking. Is anyone using it?
4  Economy / Digital goods / WTB Senior or above Bitcointalk member to post one advert in forum to sell on: February 19, 2018, 07:10:43 PM
Hello, any Senior or above member please PM me. Need to speak 30min via Skype about the post and then post under your name and will be paid of course.
5  Economy / Invites & Accounts / WTB high rank account for good price on: February 19, 2018, 12:27:49 PM
Please, make your best offers here and I'll buy asap from best offer. Thanks.
6  Economy / Digital goods / WTS Enterprise licence (for up to 30 miners - negotiable) on: February 08, 2018, 11:39:31 AM
Hey, I have bought Enterprise licence that costs $340 but I need it myself only for 10 or max. 20 miners really so why not to share it. I bought Enterprise because it has Security and multi-user access control (The security feature can be used to define access control and permissions for each group of users.). So basically possible to share and re-sell and give access to your customers so they can see only their miner but you can manage and handle all of them.

I am currently searching also for best AwesomeMiner freelance professionals and we're about to get quite mastering it so you can also get training how to use it. Read more about this awesome software @

Price? Well, tell me for how many rigs you need it and we can share the cost:)
7  Economy / Services / Looking for a Awesome Miner experienced person to help us (hourly base) on: January 27, 2018, 03:22:56 PM
Hey, Do you mind to offer help via Skype call and TeamViewer to OC and make my Awesome miner max profitably mining or do you know anybody who could do that? If yes, what's your hourly rate? I need help with setting up my Awesome Miner to mine most profitably, choose right pools etc. I have Win10 and Awesome miner Enterprise latest version and 6 x GTX1070ti two rigs + one 6 x 1070 rig. First I need help with overclocking as when I just used random instructions and added with Afterburner suggested settings but then Nist5 and Skrypt started giving "an illegal memory access" error and some other Algorithms also became unstable so I'm running on factory properties now. Well, basically need someone to show me how to get max. out of the machine and some training. Maybe 1070 shouldn't be OCd at all some say. Anyway, need help from someone to unsterstand Awesome Miner fully and get rigs mining max profitably.

Also need help to setup remote management and notifications in mobile. Then understand why it's for example mining not always what says is most profitable. I have set correct hashrates manually under ďSettingsĒ -> ďAlgorithmsĒ because Benchmark test didnít do it.
8  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTS] RX580 cards & RX580 rigs on: January 27, 2018, 03:14:50 PM
Rig RX580 x 6 - Ä3400 (one card 28/29MH/s). All set up for mining. Just plug and play.

SAPPHIRE NITRO+ RADEON RX580 8GB. Moded 28/29MH/s (Polaris architecture) 11265-01-20G model, Hynix memory - Ä368 (if ordered 6pcs - other amounts ask for quote).

Brand new, boxed and with warranty.

Location: Estonia (Europe).

Will ship anywhere but can offer well priced shipping within EU.
9  Economy / Computer hardware / [WTB] GTX1070 or GTX1070TI in Europe (can offer also 1080/1080TI) on: January 25, 2018, 03:31:34 PM
Hey, please PM if you have anything on sale. Will be much interested. Prefer ASUS or Gigabyte but also can offer Sapphire or Zotac. Prefer with 3 fans but can be also others. Thanks.
10  Other / Off-topic / Suggest great videos about multiminers like AwesomeMiner etc. on: January 19, 2018, 10:13:30 AM
And videos about multihubs like MiningPoolHub etc. Want to wtch YouTube and learn how to start mining most profitable coin automatically.
11  Bitcoin / Project Development / Want to buy GPU rig and keep it in someone's farm. Is that service available? on: January 19, 2018, 09:55:29 AM
Hi, my friend wants to buy a GPU rig (3-4 cards) or share with someone and have more cards (6, 12, ...) and was wondering if there's someone offering not a cloud service but service where you buy parts, let them ship to service provider's address, then they assemble the rig, install all the software, set it to mine with max profitability and keep it in their farm where is cheaper electricity, IT expert nearby, good temperature/humility, secure, enough power, no dust, etc. etc. Googled but didn't really find good solution. Maybe you can help.
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Is gaming motherboard ROG STRIX Z370-H GAMING ok for 6 x GPU mining? on: December 18, 2017, 07:25:22 PM
Hey, I've got this motherboard and was wondering if it's fine for 6 x 1070ti GPU mining rig? There's only 3 slots that I can use with risers to bring GPUs up like everybody does and then 3 cards should be put on the motherboard? Just wondering if it's fine or I should buy motherboard like everybody else uses.

It's got:
2 x PCIe 3.0 x 16 SafeSlots (Support x16, x8/x8)
1 x PCIe 3.0 x 16(at x2 mode)
3 x PCIe 3.0 x 1
13  Bitcoin / Mining speculation / Should I buy Bitcoin miner S9/E9+/Avalon or Litecoin/Altcoin miner or only GPUs on: November 08, 2017, 04:09:50 PM
I've bought already 8 x GTX1070 and waiting to deliver but I was suggested to invest 1/3 in just buying Bitcoin (before the price rised that $7k+ high recently), 1/3 in GPU mining and 1/3 in ASIC miners. As GPU is slower ROI but due to long lifetime (3y warranty from Amazon) and ability to mine whatever is currently profitable, it was easy to Google that 1070 is currently with best ROI and it's bought and should arrive next week.

Now what to do next with the rest of the 2/3 money I want to invest? Should I buy Bitcoin although it's expensive now? Or should I buy ASIC miners? Some minining Bitcoin and some Litecoin or other Altcoin to keep eggs in different baskets?  Also other coins' difficulty isn't rising that badly like Bitcoin's. Just don't know what to do.

OK, but let's say you suggest to buy ASIC, too as it's just with so quick ROI and efficiency. Then which one?

Of course S9 is most efficient but some say it lasts only around six months and also the warranty is only 6 months here in Europe and also when I use this calculator and enter hash rate 13500GH/s (it should be 14T but in forums I read that itís rather 13,5T unless you overclock but itís not a good idea). It costs here in Europe for me with shipping and PSU $2171 and it takes power 1360W and my $0.11kWh electricity cost. Now I entered also 180 days that is warranty and got result that profit is -$221. Thatís fine if machine lasts another 6 months so hereís the first question Ė how long average they last? I understood that seller also repairs hash boards if they die. Another concern is that this calculator predicts difficulty increase 5% in 14 days but maybe itís even more or less? We never know. Also, it considers that one BTC is $7247 but this is also in 6 months maybe much bigger. So putting all information together I canít understand if I should buy few S9 or Ebit E9+ (some say in forums that itís more reliable some that less reliable) ASIC miners, too or no?

So main question is if one should buy today in Europe having $0.11kWh electicity at all ASIC miners...? S9 or E9+ or Avalon or maybe older Antminer as some say that Antminers used to be more reliable and longer working but Bitmain has gone too greedy and now makes more crap than before. Longer ROI but lasts for longer so at the end of the day make more money. I want to make as much money as quick as possible like everybody else here:)
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