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March 10, 2016, 07:50:50 PM
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I got in on that group buy, too, the price for a new Avalon6 was outstanding and I couldn't pass it up.  He's sending the coins very soon, so I think it's too late to get in on this one.

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March 10, 2016, 08:09:56 PM
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I sent him a PM...

Oh -- and I'm trying the NH thing again -- it appears to be working this time!!!

Looks like Johnny is going for it as well...

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March 10, 2016, 08:24:05 PM
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Good luck!  May the block gods be with us and bless us with at least one, but hopefully more blocks Smiley

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March 10, 2016, 08:28:41 PM
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I have never rented hash before and just spent all my coins on the new Avalon6, but I think I could get into renting (gambling essentially).  I'll have to let my wallet recoup and then give it a shot.

Seems NH/WH is the most popular, followed by MMR.  Do most folk at this pool use NH/WH?
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March 10, 2016, 08:39:34 PM
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Yeah... I typically go with NH/WH simply because their prices are usually better.  I like MRR because you can specify multiple pools to fall back on should your primary go down, and you also get a more precise control over the actual time you're hashing.  When you rent a rig for 12 hours, you get it for 12 hours.

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March 10, 2016, 11:46:52 PM
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Jonny how many A6's will you be running? You put the S3's to bed?
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March 10, 2016, 11:58:26 PM
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7 A6... 5 up and running now, 2 more coming from the group buy.  The S3s are sitting on a shelf in my basement.

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March 11, 2016, 05:39:27 PM
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Yeah... I typically go with NH/WH simply because their prices are usually better.  I like MRR because you can specify multiple pools to fall back on should your primary go down, and you also get a more precise control over the actual time you're hashing.  When you rent a rig for 12 hours, you get it for 12 hours.

I also like MRR because looking at the different available "rigs" you can determine if theyre S1s/S3s/S5s/S7s/etc generally.

So you can make sure you only rent a pile of S7s/A6s if you want (at least best guess) where with NH/WH you get what you get.

But I usually stick to NH/WH because they're cheaper as Jonny said.

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March 11, 2016, 05:50:03 PM
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I like to think of the MRR interface as the advanced version of rental sites.  With NH/WH, you just say, "I want X hash power and I'm willing to pay Y for it".  They figure out all the details behind the scenes.  Of course, there's really no true cap on their rentals.  Sure, you can tell them you want 500TH... but you're just as likely to see that go to 800TH as you are to see it at 500.  With MRR, you pick exactly the gear you want to rent.  Sometimes the rig owners tell you what gear it is... for example, "10 S7s".  Sometimes they just say, "Really big rig!".  However, it is completely up to you to pick out the gear you want and you pay what the owner asks for a predetermined length of time.

MRR definitely offers you more control over your rental, too.  You can have backup pools configured.  You can swap pools at will during a rental.  You can get in touch with the rig owner if you want.

So, if you like the finer details and don't mind paying the usually higher prices, MRR is for you.  If you just don't care about the details and just want to get some hash, NH/WH works just fine.

Full disclosure: every rental I have done for this pool has been NH/WH.

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March 11, 2016, 06:10:21 PM
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I like to think of the MRR interface as the advanced version of rental sites.  With NH/WH, you just say, "I want X hash power and I'm willing to pay Y for it".  They figure out all the details behind the scenes.  Of course, there's really no true cap on their rentals.  Sure, you can tell them you want 500TH... but you're just as likely to see that go to 800TH as you are to see it at 500.  With MRR, you pick exactly the gear you want to rent.  Sometimes the rig owners tell you what gear it is... for example, "10 S7s".  Sometimes they just say, "Really big rig!".  However, it is completely up to you to pick out the gear you want and you pay what the owner asks for a predetermined length of time.

MRR definitely offers you more control over your rental, too.  You can have backup pools configured.  You can swap pools at will during a rental.  You can get in touch with the rig owner if you want.

So, if you like the finer details and don't mind paying the usually higher prices, MRR is for you.  If you just don't care about the details and just want to get some hash, NH/WH works just fine.

Full disclosure: every rental I have done for this pool has been NH/WH.

I just ordered 100th from nicehash for 2 hours

 I have never used MRR  as price rules whenever I rent

I also like spending 0.025 btc  and seeing me on top of the pool as highest  hashrate. Grin

Even if it is only for 2 hours or so.

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March 11, 2016, 09:26:14 PM
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Took a stab at it and nothing, oh well, maybe next time.



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March 11, 2016, 09:35:14 PM
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How do you get in on those group buys???

Also -- how hard is it to buy and setup a controller???

Thanks...

The avalon6 comes with a pre programmed rasp pi.

I missed your pm and the order was put in.

I apologize for that. Sometimes the pm traffic gets nuts I get sixty or more in a day.

Then the pm pages roll over and you can miss a new one since it is not on the top page.

I have had well over six thousand pms  in and out combined since May  of 2013

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March 11, 2016, 11:46:20 PM
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I have to shut off my S5 tonight for about 24 hours, but I will be back to help crack this block!
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March 12, 2016, 12:30:22 AM
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No problem.  We'll leave the light on for ya Wink

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March 12, 2016, 02:26:35 AM
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The avalon6 comes with a pre programmed rasp pi.

I missed your pm and the order was put in.

I apologize for that. Sometimes the pm traffic gets nuts I get sixty or more in a day.

Then the pm pages roll over and you can miss a new one since it is not on the top page.

I have had well over six thousand pms  in and out combined since May  of 2013

Thanks for the response -- and yeah, I figured that I was too late based on a couple of other members feedback...

WHERE ARE the group buys posted here?  Is it in the equipment for sale forum?  Because I've never seen one...

Also -- I cannot IMAGINE trying to deal with 60 PM's per day -- lol...



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March 12, 2016, 02:51:08 AM
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I think this is what your looking for ?

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=137.0



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March 12, 2016, 03:47:49 AM
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The avalon6 comes with a pre programmed rasp pi.

I missed your pm and the order was put in.

I apologize for that. Sometimes the pm traffic gets nuts I get sixty or more in a day.

Then the pm pages roll over and you can miss a new one since it is not on the top page.

I have had well over six thousand pms  in and out combined since May  of 2013

Thanks for the response -- and yeah, I figured that I was too late based on a couple of other members feedback...

WHERE ARE the group buys posted here?  Is it in the equipment for sale forum?  Because I've never seen one...

Also -- I cannot IMAGINE trying to deal with 60 PM's per day -- lol...






yeah when I do a group buy the pm's can really get nuts.

A lot of work keeping them running correctly

xZork gave you the right group buy page link.

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March 12, 2016, 04:42:20 PM
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If any of you are on twitter, you can now follow the pool @bravo_mining.  Besides here, I'll post updates there as well.  Perhaps I'll even do some Twitter-only promos in the future Smiley.

I'm updating the OP to include the Twitter account as well.

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March 12, 2016, 11:11:38 PM
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Just have Facebook. If you do one there I will follow.

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If any of you are on twitter, you can now follow the pool @bravo_mining.  Besides here, I'll post updates there as well.  Perhaps I'll even do some Twitter-only promos in the future Smiley.

I'm updating the OP to include the Twitter account as well.

count me as your loyal follower Grin  tweet tweet

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