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June 29, 2016, 02:17:56 AM
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Hello everyone, i was just scammed in HashOcean (nothing to regret about just a few dollars in worth) topmine and recently and i hope not and it's just a downtime with HashFlare, i'm done with cloud mining i want to start to mine on my own i was doing some research and that's why i ended up here and want to ask you for your knowledge about this world of mining, i know some concepts of mining, blocks, recently miners like Antminer cause' i believed that we could only mine with our PC's, So briefing this, i would like some type of thread where i can learn what the process of mining, setting up my first miner & all you could kindly provide or already is posted on this forum, i did some search here but i have no idea where or what i am looking for inside this great forum , any help to guide my path would be appreciated, thanks in advance.
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June 29, 2016, 02:22:34 AM
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Check out Dogie's guides on this forum.
That will get you up and running.  I linked the Antminer S9 setup for you because that's the latest and greatest bitcoin miner albeit a little over-priced.

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