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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Cash - Pro on-chain scaling - Cheaper fees on: November 22, 2020, 05:47:01 PM
Bitcoin Cash was cool for a minute. But it became less cool when they kept hard-forking. Anybody else feel this way?   Undecided
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] [XMV] MoneroV - Fork 1:10 of Monero - Finite coin supply - Private on: June 04, 2018, 05:58:16 AM
MONEROV  GUI WALLET  Работал нормально , сегодня не синхронизируется пишет DAEMON FAILED TO START  какие надо ноды прописать , кто подскажет?

I'm having the same issue.  I believe it's Windows Defender, but have already added the entire build folder into the exclusion list.  I had it working for a brief time last night and it suddenly went back to the start screen.  Since then the Daemon won't start. 

Any ideas?

PS.  This looks like a really rad project and I hope the dev team grows.  Maybe they can use some of the dev team funding to work on getting a vendor to accept it. 

Here's your fix - MoneroV GUI Wallet Crash/Antivirus Fix in Windows
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axEPHHeJBzQ

it is 'rad' lol, but why don't you join the dev team?  Cool


Thanks.  I ended up running the monerovd.exe file as administrator and it solved the problem.
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] [XMV] MoneroV - Fork 1:10 of Monero - Finite coin supply - Private on: June 02, 2018, 05:44:40 PM
MONEROV  GUI WALLET  Работал нормально , сегодня не синхронизируется пишет DAEMON FAILED TO START  какие надо ноды прописать , кто подскажет?

I'm having the same issue.  I believe it's Windows Defender, but have already added the entire build folder into the exclusion list.  I had it working for a brief time last night and it suddenly went back to the start screen.  Since then the Daemon won't start. 

Any ideas?

PS.  This looks like a really rad project and I hope the dev team grows.  Maybe they can use some of the dev team funding to work on getting a vendor to accept it. 
4  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Looking for colocation ASIC miner hosting on: May 28, 2018, 08:25:13 PM
Greetings everyone. Myminingspace.com will start colocation hosting within 2 weeks. The price for hosting one 6GPU miner RX580s will be $93.1. We offer a price of $98 per total KW in use per month (not KWH) regardless of the miner. We accept either ASICs or GPU miners.  We have received many pre-registrations and have limited space left. Please take a look on our website and do not hesitate to contact me for more information.

- Richard from https://myminingspace.com/

How much per S9 and L3+ per month ...?
5  Bitcoin / Mining speculation / Re: Has Bitcoin mining ever been so unprofitable? on: March 14, 2018, 05:06:49 PM
I calculated 4 months breakeven for antminers around middle last year. It is at least 10+ months now and this is without difficulty increases. And there is major asic overcapacity going forward, thus, bitcoin mining will never have good profitability like before ...

Indeed.  I've been looking at mineral oil, but it has a lot of up front expenses. If done right, and at scale, it could provide an edge by consuming about half the electricity.  Though I see the next big area of profit being a big jump in hashpower.  If somebody would make a 50 TH/s miner, that'd surely be profitable for a while.  However, I'm not sure I see that playing out due to high up front costs.

Well, my thoughts. The problem is OVERCAPACITY of mining equipment.

But only other people's gear ... at least that's how I feel.  Grin

From mid Nov to mid Feb, the difficulty went from 1.4T to 2.8T. Price didnt double from Nov to Feb.

Insane, but true. 

People are used to btc already. It isnt hyped up in news like last year. So, price increases are slower assuming they continue.

We have entered a new era. There were a lot of early promises over the past couple years, from banking the unbanked to overturning the entire power structure.  It's going to take a time and nobody knows how it will develop.  All we know is that before government decree for money, it was commodities like stones, shells, metals.

I, also, know that I've used crypto for many payments and the highest points of friction have been exchange between USD. 


... bitcoin mining will never be as profitable as before.

Do you know anybody with experience running a BTM business?  I'm exploring starting one in El Salvador.

6  Bitcoin / Mining speculation / Re: Has Bitcoin mining ever been so unprofitable? on: March 13, 2018, 08:58:02 PM

Electric bill is not in it.  Did your OP involve utility or other costs at all? 


It did not include input costs, though that's the only place where one is able to get a competitive edge.
7  Bitcoin / Mining speculation / Re: Has Bitcoin mining ever been so unprofitable? on: March 13, 2018, 08:55:51 PM

...  lop three zeroes off the y-axis labels and read it as 'per GH/s.'


That makes it easier.

If you took the block rewards off blockchain.info, then it would include the value at time of production.  

 
Thanks for mining the data  Wink
8  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Looking for colocation ASIC miner hosting on: March 13, 2018, 08:47:26 PM
I've looked at a few links on here and prices seem pretty high in compared to what you would mine (service charge of $100 plus, not counting power/etc).  

Thanks. That looks close to what I've seen.  

I'm working on plans to host miners and I've been thinking about either charging $50 per month, plus 8.4c kW/h for energy or $100 per month in mineral oil. It's the same price, but one is greener.  I don't know if people would like their chips in a bath, though.

Are people even expanding their machine base these days?
9  Bitcoin / Mining speculation / Re: Has Bitcoin mining ever been so unprofitable? on: March 13, 2018, 08:42:32 PM

your chart is a joke


It looks like it has a static price value for BTC, but that skews it because the electric bill is due monthly
10  Bitcoin / Mining speculation / Re: Has Bitcoin mining ever been so unprofitable? on: March 13, 2018, 08:39:38 PM
Miners Revenue (total value of coinbase block rewards and transaction fees paid to miners) and Hash Rate (estimated number of tera hashes per second).  I divided the first by the second to get revenue per TH/s, et voila...

Woah!  Shocked

I guess it's a case for greater energy efficiency with things like mineral oil.

You are clueless


Shock value answer. Above.


Mining is not that bad at all

If your s9 makes money and you paid 1300 for it in nov you are doing fine.

And. Yes mining at a loss was something we used to do.

How long did that last?  Mining at a loss?  

I just turned off one of my stupid D3s.



(Moderator's note: This post was edited by frodocooper to trim the quote from Bucc5207.)
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Baikal Giant N - Cryptonight, Cryptonight-lite ASIC miner on: March 13, 2018, 12:42:48 AM
Sorry - GPU mining is dying off. Let's accept it and move on...

... and, unfortunately, all those who bought GPUs as a hedge because "you can always resell them to gamers if the market goes to shit" will flood the market beyond saturation for gaming.

It seems to be more profitable for the mining manufacturers to add new algos than faster BTC miners.   
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Altcoin Discussion / Re: When Will The Crypto Market Come Out Of This Downturn? on: March 12, 2018, 10:40:38 PM
2. FOMOs and FUDs, people are getting scared and afraid that crypto market will crash or would end due to fake news coming around.

In my mind, there are some new questions:

Is this what adoption looks like?
Is Bitcoin going to replace the USD?
Is crypto simply a digital asset or will it reform money?
13  Bitcoin / Bitcoin Technical Support / Re: Does adding nodes in Bitcoin core increase its speed? on: March 12, 2018, 10:36:39 PM
It takes forever to download ...
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Baikal Giant N - Cryptonight, Cryptonight-lite ASIC miner on: March 12, 2018, 10:32:23 PM
there are always fail safes everywhere, so as cryptonight devs will not allow it and so baikal company have ways to adapt to a new algo if that happens, let's see who will win in the end.

I think ASICs are a positive for Monero because it may limit the ad mining with your CPU ... or, at least, make it less profitable.
15  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Looking for colocation ASIC miner hosting on: March 12, 2018, 10:24:00 PM
Hey there. Would love to schedule a call to let you know how we can help you out. Learn more about our colocation services here, http://www.miningdx.com.

What are your hosting and electricity prices?
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Announcements (Altcoins) / Re: [ANN] Bitcoin Cash - Fork 1:1 of Bitcoin - Pro on-chain scaling - Cheaper fees on: March 12, 2018, 10:05:28 PM
Yes and this is why bch is loosing ground on btc on a daily basis

Maybe short-term speculative price, but BCH adoption is much higher.  It's lower risk for merchants and processors. Oh well, maybe Lightning will figure out the many-to-one and one-to-many transactions ...
17  Bitcoin / Mining speculation / Has Bitcoin mining ever been so unprofitable? on: March 12, 2018, 09:59:51 PM
I've been mining for a little over a year with my first S9 arriving in Jan 2017.

During this past year, no matter the price, it never dipped below an equivalent of $15 per machine per day.  The last two months, however, the difficulty nearly doubled and daily profits have dipped down to around $8-9. 

I'm considering expanding into a warehouse, as I live in an area with relatively cheap electricity available in the countryside and can maybe get ahead of the game ... but is it worth it?  BITMAIN and others have very large facilities of 300,000+ S9s;  I called the electric company and BITMAIN is paying around 4.3c kW/h.  The public electric company has a moratorium on any new mining farms and are, likely, going to increase the upfront costs.  I was pointed to this document from WA: http://www.chelanpud.org/docs/default-source/default-document-library/bitcoin_information_final.pdf

I know there are some people who were around in 2014 when the new miners weren't being delivered and price was so low people were turning off their miners.  Can anybody tell me what that was like? Has the profit ever been this low?  I'd appreciate any insights.

Best.



 
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Bitmain release ether and new miners. on: March 12, 2018, 09:35:00 PM
Tongue I hope Ethereum quickly moves to POS in order to get away from ASIC rape. But if I understand it correctly, you would be able to mine any Ethash coin with it (Like you can mine Scrypt coins with L3)

Mining provides an "objective truth".  In a proof-of-stake system, you are more-or-less trusting central code without external objectivity.   
19  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Looking for colocation ASIC miner hosting on: January 28, 2018, 03:43:23 PM
Sr.Urbanist, please message me. I can't message you since I'm a newbie. Smiley

It doesn't work for me to send, either ...

Do you have a miner you're interested in having hosted?
20  Economy / Service Discussion / Re: Looking for colocation ASIC miner hosting on: January 28, 2018, 02:19:23 AM
I'm going to rent a warehouse.  I may have some extra space to colocate a few miners. I'm looking for a place now and will need to build it out. The goal is to have it up and running by the end of April/May.  Let me know if anybody is interested.  If I do end up hosting, it'd be 8.3c KW/h and $50 per month.  This would help cover the extra upfront costs and additional insurance. 

I'll post more information as it develops.
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