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August 27, 2016, 02:16:07 AM
Last edit: August 27, 2016, 02:39:13 AM by pupok
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any advice on that?
i have some things i dont understand
ppl tell me to mine zetacoin, neoscoin, peercoin and not btc

my question is do iget more profit mining something else?

i tried 1 day of peercoin i got 33% less from it

tried neoscoin 2 hours didnt make a cent

im using coinwarz so i know what coin is higher than btc the thing is all those coin take way longer than btc (pps) to farm
can u educate me?

is there something else i should be loking beside that if certain coin is higher in exchange than btc?

what u guys think about clevermining?

if u guys could explain me all this conserns as if im a 5 years old boy i would apreciate it alot!

i got an s7 just to start, planing on get some S9 after i understand everything i should know, (free elec and money to spare)

NOTE: this is not a post about if i should or should not mine, all i want to know how to mine more efficiently

thank you.
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August 27, 2016, 05:34:29 AM
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Generally you should mine the most profitable coin that is established. Not those crappy coins that go #1 on CoinWarz for a few hours.
A good idea would be to use a pool like Multipool, which changes the coins automatically based on profit so you don't have to do anything.
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