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July 28, 2017, 05:36:25 PM
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July 28, 2017, 08:31:43 PM
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There will only be one BTC.

Ride or Die eh. Good to know. Let's hope for the best wvthe storm.
There is no sense to hope for a storm. There are wind turbines which work in any weather. Even in the absence of wind. The picture of the older model and not just windy weather but also to install it in the tower. It's the last day. Technology is not standing still. But in any case, it is better than solar panels.
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July 29, 2017, 03:30:49 AM
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There will only be one BTC.

Ride or Die eh. Good to know. Let's hope for the best wvthe storm.
There is no sense to hope for a storm. There are wind turbines which work in any weather. Even in the absence of wind. The picture of the older model and not just windy weather but also to install it in the tower. It's the last day. Technology is not standing still. But in any case, it is better than solar panels.

English must not be your 1st language. The "storm" is Aug 1 this big fight NOT weather Cheesy

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August 01, 2017, 04:16:57 AM
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i am a newbie to home ownership and am considering adding solar panels to my roof. One thing I just noticed from many panel specs: they are 12V DC.

Is there a way to hook the panels directly to a rig, bypassing the inverter etc.? I know battery is needed for overnight operation but I just want to know if this can be done, why or why not.

Thanks.

My panels have AC inverters built into them.  They go straight into my home's power without a battery currently.  There is no way I'm aware of to power a miner using solar power without the use of an inverter.  

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why isn't this possible? btc rigs all take input of 12VDC in my understanding.

I think it's safer to say you need an inverter. It's like power coming into house it gets turned up n down . Id think you'd burn that miner either fire or edit: burst of power.

They have an office in AA.

OG I forget which post. But which n what will you be mining? This 8/1 issue. And prospect of Nov?


I think it's better to use inverter and battery instead of connecting directly to your RIG.
Sunlight does not always shine. Automatic electricity generated solar panels are not stable.
I am afraid your RIG will be quickly broken if connect directly to the solar panel.
And your RIG requires not only 12V but 3V and 5V.
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August 02, 2017, 03:54:10 PM
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I make a project similar to in turkey. How can I find a sponsor?
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August 02, 2017, 05:07:44 PM
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I make a project similar to in turkey. How can I find a sponsor?

You could do what I did.  Start a public community project, run it for 5+ years transparently with no major technical issues, distribute over 700 BTC to members of the project, promote it to various news outlets, prove your ability to grow alongside the Bitcoin network without need to raise outside funding, invest a ton of your own money into green energy producing equipment, then keep everything running flawlessly while providing statistics and daily support to users with questions.

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August 03, 2017, 05:05:06 AM
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Powerwall engineering plans have been completed and the site plan is below.  The next step will be submitting permits.


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August 04, 2017, 02:11:50 PM
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I make a project similar to in turkey. How can I find a sponsor?

You could do what I did.  Start a public community project, run it for 5+ years transparently with no major technical issues, distribute over 700 BTC to members of the project, promote it to various news outlets, prove your ability to grow alongside the Bitcoin network without need to raise outside funding, invest a ton of your own money into green energy producing equipment, then keep everything running flawlessly while providing statistics and daily support to users with questions.

and then severely fuck up your future by ripping off someone you used to work with...
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August 08, 2017, 12:35:39 AM
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Anbar Preiss from Cryptoinsider.com was kind enough enough to publish this article about the NastyMining Green Energy Project.


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August 25, 2017, 12:59:59 AM
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I admired your mining advocacy to going green as we all know that bitcoin mining is power intensive. Implementing hybrid power design is quite impressive
i am still looking forward on your vision for green mining. Building a green power energy is a good anticipation for back-up plan for mining other alt coins just in case the bitcoin experienced a dooms day. You have now the back-up power so no need to worry if you would like to switch to other crypto currency because power generation is the best investment for crypto mining. Mining hardware could be outdated swiftly but power generation is standing still.

It is nice to be somewhat prepared for multiple scenarios.  Keeping my eye on the Blockstream Satellite Project as I think that would be cool to support.  I'm also continuing to explore options for a peddle powered generator to continue increasing our green energy footprint.

Still waiting on permits for the Powerwall.  Wind turbine is holding up great, as are the solar panels. 

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August 26, 2017, 07:54:48 PM
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I added this to the OP a while ago showing the daily wattage readings from the plug monitor that I'm getting.  It most certainly monitors production, although maybe not as good as it could.  When I get more data it'll make more sense.  There was a lot of downtime during this monitoring period while I was getting things setup properly.

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September 05, 2017, 07:23:05 PM
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With the ruling of the Arizona Corporation Commission being finalized and the expiration of previously offered solar rate options on September 1st, I am happy to say that we have locked in solar rate sellback pricing for the next 20 years.  We will receive a minimum of $0.145 per kWh for the next 20 years, while new solar customers will currently receive $0.125 per kWh, an amount will be lowered by 10% per year until it reaches commercial rates.

This is a big win for the Green Energy Project, as it assures us not only access to cheap power, but access to a high compensation rate for excess produced energy decades into the future.  

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September 08, 2017, 06:58:39 AM
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With the ruling of the Arizona Corporation Commission being finalized and the expiration of previously offered solar rate options on September 1st, I am happy to say that we have locked in solar rate sellback pricing for the next 20 years.  We will receive a minimum of $0.145 per kWh for the next 20 years, while new solar customers will currently receive $0.125 per kWh, an amount will be lowered by 10% per year until it reaches commercial rates.

This is a big win for the Green Energy Project, as it assures us not only access to cheap power, but access to a high compensation rate for excess produced energy decades into the future.  

Thats a really sweet deal. Awesome!

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September 23, 2017, 04:07:43 PM
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I've spoken with representatives from Tesla a few times now.  Apparently they are having some issues getting the go ahead from my electric company.  They are stating that my electric company has never approved a Powerwall before, and they have no precedent for it.  I'm told that a meeting will occur next week to go over everything and hopefully earn approval from the electric company to install the battery and go off the grid. 

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October 06, 2017, 05:13:54 PM
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Update on our environmental impact so far as we approach the 6 month mark.


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October 08, 2017, 01:19:08 PM
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Do you install also in Europe? How many BTCs can be mined by a 11Kw Solar/wind?
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October 08, 2017, 01:23:21 PM
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Do you install also in Europe? How many BTCs can be mined by a 11Kw Solar/wind?

I do not install in Europe. The amount of BTCs mined depends upon your luck, hardware, & length of time mining.

My current setup would be enough to power about 25TH/s around the clock.

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October 17, 2017, 08:50:07 PM
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Sponsorship Expansion!



Gunbot has expanded upon their previous sponsorship of the Tesla Powerwall 2 by purchasing a man-powered generator for NastyMining!  This professional grade eco-cycle is built for commercial fitness facilities and is a great addition to our green energy arsenal as we become a solar/wind/man powered Bitcoin mining operation.

SportsArt ECO-POWR™ G510 Indoor Cycle (link)

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October 19, 2017, 12:12:14 AM
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Silver NastyMining Bitcoin Wallets are now available for sale! (link)



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October 24, 2017, 04:41:49 PM
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This is a great idea for miners. With a price of over 20 cents, we should invest in a wind or hydro or solar power system that suits your home. I think the solar system is expensive. My choice is wind or hydro.

I’ve been trying to think of a way to go hydro for a while. Unfortunately in the desert, that is a challenge. I have a drainage channel behind my house that would actually work perfectly, but it only rains about 10 days per year here.

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