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February 02, 2013, 03:43:20 PM
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Given this view, the BTC price will eventually equal to the electricity cost for each miner in average, given 3600 miner and average 1 BTC per miner per day, if the price really reached 200$, that means each miner will be able to put in 1000Kwh electricity to mine 1 BTC per day, that is crazy, heavy pollution

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February 02, 2013, 03:50:21 PM
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Given this view, the BTC price will eventually equal to the electricity cost for each miner in average, given 3600 miner and average 1 BTC per miner per day, if the price really reached 200$, that means each miner will be able to put in 1000Kwh electricity to mine 1 BTC per day, that is crazy, heavy pollution
I guess but what about alt energy?  If your using say solar panels to produce the energy you need to run your rigs would you still call that pollution?  I know the majority do not have that option but I think over time folks will figure out ways to work the electrical issue to achieve the results they want and that could turn more people to alt energy.

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February 02, 2013, 04:23:55 PM
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Given this view, the BTC price will eventually equal to the electricity cost for each miner in average, given 3600 miner and average 1 BTC per miner per day, if the price really reached 200$, that means each miner will be able to put in 1000Kwh electricity to mine 1 BTC per day, that is crazy, heavy pollution
I guess but what about alt energy?  If your using say solar panels to produce the energy you need to run your rigs would you still call that pollution?  I know the majority do not have that option but I think over time folks will figure out ways to work the electrical issue to achieve the results they want and that could turn more people to alt energy.

Just saying,

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February 02, 2013, 05:26:16 PM
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DIY hydro power is very cheap if you have a stream waterfall on your property.

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