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February 25, 2013, 07:04:23 PM
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Anyone with an Avalon ASIC unit would you be willing to let us know what your daily return is right now? Approximate if any.

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February 25, 2013, 07:09:51 PM
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try this thread:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=140539.0

or

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=145885.0

or

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=137534.0

or any of the dozen Avalon threads here.  

But...

It's probably around 9 BTC (maybe a little less) per day before power costs at this moment.
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February 25, 2013, 09:14:04 PM
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Hi,

It's around 8.2648 BTC(as per bitcoinx.com) per day as per the difficulty level 3,651,012.00, when they mine their own. if they use any pooled mining then less minimum 3% fee.

it will be changed in next few days. b'coz the difficulty level will be changed to 4,281,991.00(in next 665 blocks solved as per bitcoinwatch.com) then it goes to 7.0469 BTC per day. now the blocks has been solved approximately 8.21 per hour.  this will be solved with in next 80 hours(approx). which means approximately happen in 4 days from this time.

then the earning will be goes to 7.0469 BTC(as per bitcoinx.com) per day.

Hope my answer will compromise you.

thankyou

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P.S.: Sorry for my English. I'm not a Native English speaker. If you found any mistakes on words or sentence, please forgive me and try to understand the meanings. if you found anything wrong please correct it.

AVALON-ASIC(Batch #2) Order #3xx3 made on February 18, 2013. Order status: completed(Mining Now).
Gridseed Dual Miner (01/Mar/2014) Order#17-#18 with Badman0316 | Order Status: completed(Mining Now).
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February 25, 2013, 09:49:11 PM
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Hi,

It's around 8.2648 BTC(as per bitcoinx.com) per day as per the difficulty level 3,651,012.00, when they mine their own. if they use any pooled mining then less minimum 3% fee.

it will be changed in next few days. b'coz the difficulty level will be changed to 4,281,991.00(in next 665 blocks solved as per bitcoinwatch.com) then it goes to 7.0469 BTC per day. now the blocks has been solved approximately 8.21 per hour.  this will be solved with in next 80 hours(approx). which means approximately happen in 4 days from this time.

then the earning will be goes to 7.0469 BTC(as per bitcoinx.com) per day.

Hope my answer will compromise you.

thankyou

Regards,

Anto

P.S.: Sorry for my English. I'm not a Native English speaker. If you found any mistakes on words or sentence, please forgive me and try to understand the meanings. if you found anything wrong please correct it.

Thanks guys very much. I really didn't know there were other topics out there since they just came out. My bad, sorry about that. I'll take those numbers, pretty good in my book. Are the avalons really hard to setup? Don't they come with software or anything, drivers for Windows or anything like that or they just go through your USB port?

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February 25, 2013, 10:08:08 PM
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I'll take those numbers, pretty good in my book.

Pretty good?   That's like saying winning the lottery makes one able to live a comfortable life.

Don't forget, the bitcoin proceeds are relative to one thing ... the difficulty at every point in time that it is mining.  If total hashing capacity of the network doubles, the number of bitcoins received when mining with any hardware (e.g., Avalon ASIC) will drop in half.


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