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October 24, 2016, 03:57:10 AM
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Hello,
first off, I want to say I use bitcoin since it's exchange rate was way below 1 Euro. I sell bitcoins regularly to a european customer base and do this fairly professional.
However, I read that the EZB wants to make bitcoin regulation a real thing by entering all customers of online exchange plattforms into a central database along with their wallet address. I want to avoid this for various reasons, mostly to still make buying from me an easy and convenient process.
I thus look into mining and wanted to know which hardware is the newest and can be ordered (or pre-ordered, if it has to and the company is serious). I read KnC went bankrupt and butterflylabs also has some refunding issues going on. I only found here the antminer S9 but I can't believe it's the only available hardware. Can you tell me which hardware to get? I can invest 2000-6000 Euros, maybe more...
Thanks a lot in advance!
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