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January 11, 2016, 11:24:18 AM
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 Just tossing it out there if anyone is Mining in Minnesota......myself Mankato....others?

 Figured it would be funny if somebody was also ASIC mining crypto coin of some kind nearby Smiley

(most folk in the world are now lurching for Google and are like where the hell is Minnesota?) Smiley

Whatever .....I"ll see if I get any replies on here. (Doubtful very doubtful)

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January 15, 2016, 05:19:30 AM
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Yes,  mining in the NW Twin Cities.  Using the miners to keep warm, lately.
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January 15, 2016, 09:23:17 PM
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My mighty SP20, getting less mighty each day, continues to plug away. Along with my three ultra-silent Compac sticks.

This is in a Southeast suburb of the Twin Cities as well.

I have lusted after an S7 or Avalon6, but haven't yet succumbed to the siren song of "more hash is better". I'd just love a 500W, 2TH, quiet miner, along with a million other folks.
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January 17, 2016, 06:24:31 AM
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My mighty SP20, getting less mighty each day, continues to plug away. Along with my three ultra-silent Compac sticks.

This is in a Southeast suburb of the Twin Cities as well.

I have lusted after an S7 or Avalon6, but haven't yet succumbed to the siren song of "more hash is better". I'd just love a 500W, 2TH, quiet miner, along with a million other folks.

yeah I would not...you guys see this thread i put up on how i got cheaper electric thru xcel energy ..may work for others in minnesota..just read the blurb...kinda fell into it
and with this warm winter I did not even have to 'lie' on the details Smiley

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1296558.0


should be pretty obvious from above you can PM me for details..just trying to pass it around

but a drop of 13.7c kwh (includes all my fees etc) to 0.0927c kwh with 2 Titans was a big electric savings...at least for 4 or 5 months as long as it holds in the winter

that on top of my 45 buck a month savings YEARLY on GAS heat..heh.....that also works


but anyway with the halving and hopefully they are correct and we will see 650 usd btc yet this year (that is 5.20 ltc) ...well I could mine thru NEXT winter also

and with heat benefit etc still pull of home mining (would be like the last of Mohican's if I could 'home mine' into 2017 over electric yet etc) Smiley

anyway check the link above out see the story ..i'd guess most upper midwest electric utils in the winter would have such programs

hope it helps Smiley


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November 03, 2017, 07:28:24 PM
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Howdy ,
Fellow Minnesotan here. Just getting into mining. Hopefully i can bounce a few questions off you guys sometime if you are still in the mix.

If you think you know it all. You know nothing.
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November 03, 2017, 07:32:50 PM
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Yes,  mining in the NW Twin Cities.  Using the miners to keep warm, lately.

Funny you say this cause I just saw this thread created right above this one when I was looking at the threads just updated.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2349902

If the electricity is cheaper than the Hvac bill to heat the home Huh
then why not. Wink

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