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1  Local / Skandinavisk / Re: Mining in Sweden on: April 18, 2021, 02:07:21 PM
Do I calculate the tax when I receive the mining reward or when I sell it?
Both of them. When you receive the mining reward you should calculate the tax as "Inkomst av tjänst". When you sell it, you should calculate "inkomst av kapital".

Does the tax depend on the tax of my regular income (30%/50% etc)?
The "inkomst av tjänst" depends on you regular income. The "inkomst av kapital" does not. However, "inkomst av kapital" may depend on "utgift av kapital".

Is there any advantage of creating a company (enskild or aktiebolag) do run the activities?
This is complex. Do you own the company to 100% yourself? In what jurisdiction is the company located? Do you have both active and passive income from the company? You should probably consult a lawyer.
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: My first Helium HNT Hotspot miner! 🎈 on: April 17, 2021, 08:35:12 PM
Thank you for the link. I really like your video. I just ordered one Nebra Hotspot Miner and one RAK Hotspot Miner. I also tried to buy the Bobcat miner using a credit card but It’s making me use Mugglepay to get it. I have no experience with Mugglepay. Is it safe?
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Best choices for current (2021) Ethereum mining on: April 17, 2021, 06:19:30 PM
Although it is not an answer to your question. ASIC miners as well as GPUs are incredibly expensive in this bull market. Consider buying coins or wait for the next bear market.
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: My first Helium HNT Hotspot miner! 🎈 on: April 17, 2021, 03:30:30 PM
Where did you buy this Hotspot miner?
5  Other / Off-topic / Re: Windows defender corrupted on: April 09, 2020, 11:09:42 PM
You should certainly reinstall Windows, and also schedule a complete reinstall twice a year or so.

Running a good windows is dangerous, imagine running a corrupted windows.
I fully agree.

Furthermore, antivirus applications and firewalls provide only limited protection. Many security professionals would agree that making things more complex opens up attack vectors rather then making the computer more secure. Your computer may be compromised even with updated firewall and antivirus applications.
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Mining for a newbie on: April 09, 2020, 07:37:50 PM
I am sorry for the delay. I have been quite ill. The RX 570 8GB is at least USD 140 where I live. I used the calculator at and I have to take a deeper look at this. The ROI is quite long, and I have to reconsider things.

I want to thank you all for the help.
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Mining for a newbie on: February 21, 2020, 09:13:26 PM
@MinerPath: I don't have proper hardware and I am considering buying some. Although, I want to start rather slow. Lets say I start with a $2.000 budget. Any suggestions on hardware?

Managed well which cryptocurrency you would like to mine don't calculate just for today, your return of income will depend on the price of the coin that you wanted to mine so look for a coin that you think will increase soon in order to recover your investment to your equipment also don't forget the electricity consumption for the time you have started mining.

The most profitable coin I think is the new coin since the difficulty is low but the risk is the coin might not be valuable for a long term so carefully pick a new good coin to mine.

You can mine ETH for now and hold it and wait for the ETH's value to increase.

Very good points! It seems quite a few people here thinks ETH will be a good investment. Any pointers how to pick a new coin with low difficulty, or maybe even a suggestion of a few coins to consider?

Mining on windows won't get you locked with a single currency in fact I prefer windows over Linux because of its simplicity, using Linux to mine will give you more headache compare to using Windows

I didn't know that Windows is considered more flexible an easy to handle when mining. I am much more experienced with Linux then Windows, but of course I can handle Windows as well. As far as I can understand there are some Linux OS dedicated to mining that are free for hobby mining, but if you experienced people suggest Windows I will certainly consider Windows.

So, you can gain money mining, start with a GPU rig, and if it's possible, with a Ryzen processor, you'll mine with GPU and CPU, this way you'll be more efficient, you'll not waste the CPU power

You can mine with Nicehash, the easiest way to mine, and if you like and want to gain more you can mine the coin directly, and tweak you card and CPU to achieve better efficiency

If you need help with hardware, we are here

What hardware do you suggest if I have a $2000 budget and putting things together myself, using a Ryzen processor and a GPU rig? Do you think I also should consider purchase a complete system rather?

Nicehash seems to be a good option. I will have a look and read up on Nicehash.

@Lafu: I am in the procsess to read up on cryptocurrencies, but feel free to suggest some good neewbie reading.

If you are new you can start with GTX 1060 because they are reasonable in cost and can perform better on GPU minable coins, you can also check all the information about how much you will make with these on what to mine.

GTX 1060's is about $200 here and that seems reasonable to me.
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Mining for a newbie on: February 20, 2020, 08:36:56 PM
Thank your for the pointers. The electricity price is about $0.065.
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Mining for a newbie on: February 20, 2020, 07:18:33 PM
I am new to mining and rather new to cryptocurrencies. I have an idea to add some heat to the basement of our house as well as learn more about the cryptocurrency world, and therefore I am considering to start hobby mining. I would like some pointers from you experienced people.

I figure some kind of hassle-free solution that is rather easy to set up an maintain will suit my requiremnts. I have red that a GPU rig might be a good option for newcomers, and in many cases quite a few currencies can be mined with a GPU rig.

I certainly prefer Linux before Windows, and I don't want to be locked in with a single currency.

Any pointers?
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