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December 10, 2015, 09:56:25 AM
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If you were a bitcoin miner in the early days you might have profited a lot from mining. You cannot expect to make even 10% of that today.

Its better to buy and hold bitcoins for profit.
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December 10, 2015, 02:08:58 PM
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If you were a bitcoin miner in the early days you might have profited a lot from mining. You cannot expect to make even 10% of that today.

Its better to buy and hold bitcoins for profit.

Mining still can be done.   It just is not as easy.  It was almost guarenteed 3 month ROI.

No it just takes longer.  And a lot of factors determine it.  But it still can and is being done by many.
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December 16, 2015, 10:37:51 AM
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It's a shame Bitmain hasn't had a good home option (ie low noise) for mining that has decent efficiency since the S3.

You need a spot for miners at this point almost.  You can run a Avalon 6 easier in side a room.  But S7 would be hard without actually doing some sound mods. Phil has shown a good one in past.

But I would not expect the miners to be any smaller.  You either need to be able to get use to it, or have an area.  I think it's moving from home miner to hobby miner.  That is the trend I see.

Given the crap that Yifu has surrounding him I don't want anything to do with anything named Avalon ever again - even if it costs me a chance at profit.

I have space, but I can't tolerate loud miners where I plan on placing them so I'm out of viable options currently.
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December 16, 2015, 02:17:43 PM
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It's a shame Bitmain hasn't had a good home option (ie low noise) for mining that has decent efficiency since the S3.

You need a spot for miners at this point almost.  You can run a Avalon 6 easier in side a room.  But S7 would be hard without actually doing some sound mods. Phil has shown a good one in past.

But I would not expect the miners to be any smaller.  You either need to be able to get use to it, or have an area.  I think it's moving from home miner to hobby miner.  That is the trend I see.

Given the crap that Yifu has surrounding him I don't want anything to do with anything named Avalon ever again - even if it costs me a chance at profit.

I have space, but I can't tolerate loud miners where I plan on placing them so I'm out of viable options currently.

And that is a valid thing. I can see why some that lost have hard feelings.  I was lucky never loss have had nothing but good from them.  Ehash and BlockC both sides I have dealt with.

There is way's to quiet miners out there.  Look at Phils rig he showed once he made the S7 quite with something he built behind it.
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