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Author Topic: Antminer L3 or Build an Ethereum rig  (Read 1616 times)
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May 29, 2017, 09:03:35 AM

Recently came back to the mining scene once i heard the Eth price was reaching new highs. I initially stopped mining last year when eth was around the $10-14 mark. Still got my rig just aint bothered doing anything with it as i am sure the Dag file is way past the 3gb of the 280's ive got. So i was Considering getting the Antminer L3+, 504MH but from the looks of it next shipment is August into september. At the current difficulty and litecoin price, il be looking to make a ROI in two to three months depending on electricity prices.  However we all know what the crypto world is like, but i personally don't see litecoin dropping in price but ive only just gt back into the crypto world and do now know all that's happening.

I was also looking to get a 5 GPU eth rig set up, know how to do it and the rest just dont know which basket to put all my eggs in lol.

Or i could just buy eth & litecoin store it and watch the rise lol, what would you guys do ?
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May 29, 2017, 09:19:11 AM

If you buy / build a mining rig, you can resell the parts after ROI, or even before with a loss,
if you buy an ASIC, and the ROI drops down, my guess is, you will make a bigger loss.

Buying your favorite alts directly might be the better investment, but I´m unable to look into the future.

Do your own math and expectations, and don´t risk more, than you can effort to loose.


... please make an educated guess !
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