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August 31, 2017, 06:52:28 AM
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So... what is currently the most efficient non-paid (sp) skunk miner?  I'm seeing about 51mh on cc 2.2, palgin is still around 47 from what I see.

im using alexis at 53 mh/s

If you are mining on Windows 64-bit version best free skunk miner is tpruvot's ccminer 2.2, 32-bit, x86 version.
It is about 5% faster than x64 – that's deference of about 3MH/s, just by running/compiling x86!

Also more hashes can be achieved fine-tuning miner intensity to decimal numbers, until you reach best results for your setup.
Try it, go by really really small decimal steps for intensity, it can make some pretty BIG differences.

I found out that for me intensity of 21.0956 makes difference of about 1-2MH/s more per every single 1080 Ti compared to default skunk intensity of 21!
But when I set intensity to higher than that, my skunk hashing speeds just go slightly down from there.
Simply for me intensity of 21.0956 is the best possible maximum for skunk algorithm.

I mean intensity of 21.0956 mining skunk in tpruvot's ccminer 2.2, 32-bit, x86 version gives me about 59MH/s, sometimes it jumps even little bit over 60MH/s per 1080 Ti card in contrast to plain default intensity of 21 which gives just about 2MH/s less with the same OC settings. I described my OC settings some posts ago.
Skunk hashes on my Aorus 1080 Ti Xtremes faster with overclocking/underclocking at core +120 (1841MHz) and memory -2000 (9010MHz) with power limit at 85%.

Also compiling tpruvot's ccminer 2.2 with CUDA 9 gives a little bit better performance.

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August 31, 2017, 07:00:32 AM
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So... what is currently the most efficient non-paid (sp) skunk miner?  I'm seeing about 51mh on cc 2.2, palgin is still around 47 from what I see.

I think CWI is still the best! Check out the thread here: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2054431.0

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August 31, 2017, 07:14:29 AM
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What are you guys using to underclock your memory? Ive been using afterburner but the lowest i can put it is -502. It runs ok at that but maybe theres more to be saved by dropping it a bit further. For some reason everyone else seems to hash slightly higher than me too. At 110 power limit +150 and -502 all i can get is 920h/s . But im running at around 240w which is too high.


What miner are you using? My cards are doing 970 with 75% tdp, +120core and ´-502 mem using ccminer 1.1 palginmod.

For Skein I use CCminer Alexis which is found in Sniffdog download file, search user fromage in this forum and click his signature link, his work is specific to optimization of the 1080ti

Hope that helps
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August 31, 2017, 07:32:30 AM
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So... what is currently the most efficient non-paid (sp) skunk miner?  I'm seeing about 51mh on cc 2.2, palgin is still around 47 from what I see.

im using alexis at 53 mh/s

If you are mining on Windows 64-bit version best free skunk miner is tpruvot's ccminer 2.2, 32-bit, x86 version.
It is about 5% faster than x64 – that's deference of about 3MH/s, just by running/compiling x86!

Also more hashes can be achieved fine-tuning miner intensity to decimal numbers, until you reach best results for your setup.
Try it, go by really really small decimal steps for intensity, it can make some pretty BIG differences.

I found out that for me intensity of 21.0956 makes difference of about 1-2MH/s more per every single 1080 Ti compared to default skunk intensity of 21!
But when I set intensity to higher than that, my skunk hashing speeds just go slightly down from there – simply for me intensity of 21.0956 is the best possible maximum for skunk algorithm.

I mean intensity of 21.0956 mining skunk in tpruvot's ccminer 2.2, 32-bit, x86 version gives me about 59MH/s, sometimes it jumps even little bit over 60MH/s per 1080 Ti card in contrast to plain default intensity of 21 which gives just about 2MH/s less with the same OC settings. I described my OC settings some posts ago. Skunk hashes on my Aorus 1080 Ti Xtremes faster with overclocking/underclocking at core +120 (1841MHz) and memory -2000 (9010MHz) with power limit at 85%.

Also compiling tpruvot's ccminer 2.2 with CUDA 9 gives a little bit better performance.

Any Recommendations for Intensity on Skein algo on Hashrefinery, using CCminer Alexis and default intensity is 27.. Would any different number improve it?

Heres my stats; sometimes I get 5-7% rejections, changed difficulty from 0.8 to 4 based on recommendation of hashrefinery owner and rejections went down from 25% to around 5-7%

http://pool.hashrefinery.com/?address=1LoZQEpppUi66JMyhi92xzV3Kvk9C9GizL
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August 31, 2017, 09:24:31 AM
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So... what is currently the most efficient non-paid (sp) skunk miner?  I'm seeing about 51mh on cc 2.2, palgin is still around 47 from what I see.

im using alexis at 53 mh/s

If you are mining on Windows 64-bit version best free skunk miner is tpruvot's ccminer 2.2, 32-bit, x86 version.
It is about 5% faster than x64 – that's deference of about 3MH/s, just by running/compiling x86!

Also more hashes can be achieved fine-tuning miner intensity to decimal numbers, until you reach best results for your setup.
Try it, go by really really small decimal steps for intensity, it can make some pretty BIG differences.

I found out that for me intensity of 21.0956 makes difference of about 1-2MH/s more per every single 1080 Ti compared to default skunk intensity of 21!
But when I set intensity to higher than that, my skunk hashing speeds just go slightly down from there – simply for me intensity of 21.0956 is the best possible maximum for skunk algorithm.

I mean intensity of 21.0956 mining skunk in tpruvot's ccminer 2.2, 32-bit, x86 version gives me about 59MH/s, sometimes it jumps even little bit over 60MH/s per 1080 Ti card in contrast to plain default intensity of 21 which gives just about 2MH/s less with the same OC settings. I described my OC settings some posts ago. Skunk hashes on my Aorus 1080 Ti Xtremes faster with overclocking/underclocking at core +120 (1841MHz) and memory -2000 (9010MHz) with power limit at 85%.

Also compiling tpruvot's ccminer 2.2 with CUDA 9 gives a little bit better performance.

Any Recommendations for Intensity on Skein algo on Hashrefinery, using CCminer Alexis and default intensity is 27.. Would any different number improve it?

Heres my stats; sometimes I get 5-7% rejections, changed difficulty from 0.8 to 4 based on recommendation of hashrefinery owner and rejections went down from 25% to around 5-7%

http://pool.hashrefinery.com/?address=1LoZQEpppUi66JMyhi92xzV3Kvk9C9GizL

How do you configure difficulty? "-m 4" in start batch file? I'm also experiencing 20-25% rejects at Hashrefinery, but it's not all day trend.
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August 31, 2017, 09:57:22 AM
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So... what is currently the most efficient non-paid (sp) skunk miner?  I'm seeing about 51mh on cc 2.2, palgin is still around 47 from what I see.

im using alexis at 53 mh/s

If you are mining on Windows 64-bit version best free skunk miner is tpruvot's ccminer 2.2, 32-bit, x86 version.
It is about 5% faster than x64 – that's deference of about 3MH/s, just by running/compiling x86!

Also more hashes can be achieved fine-tuning miner intensity to decimal numbers, until you reach best results for your setup.
Try it, go by really really small decimal steps for intensity, it can make some pretty BIG differences.

I found out that for me intensity of 21.0956 makes difference of about 1-2MH/s more per every single 1080 Ti compared to default skunk intensity of 21!
But when I set intensity to higher than that, my skunk hashing speeds just go slightly down from there – simply for me intensity of 21.0956 is the best possible maximum for skunk algorithm.

I mean intensity of 21.0956 mining skunk in tpruvot's ccminer 2.2, 32-bit, x86 version gives me about 59MH/s, sometimes it jumps even little bit over 60MH/s per 1080 Ti card in contrast to plain default intensity of 21 which gives just about 2MH/s less with the same OC settings. I described my OC settings some posts ago. Skunk hashes on my Aorus 1080 Ti Xtremes faster with overclocking/underclocking at core +120 (1841MHz) and memory -2000 (9010MHz) with power limit at 85%.

Also compiling tpruvot's ccminer 2.2 with CUDA 9 gives a little bit better performance.

Any Recommendations for Intensity on Skein algo on Hashrefinery, using CCminer Alexis and default intensity is 27.. Would any different number improve it?

Heres my stats; sometimes I get 5-7% rejections, changed difficulty from 0.8 to 4 based on recommendation of hashrefinery owner and rejections went down from 25% to around 5-7%

http://pool.hashrefinery.com/?address=1LoZQEpppUi66JMyhi92xzV3Kvk9C9GizL

How do you configure difficulty? "-m 4" in start batch file? I'm also experiencing 20-25% rejects at Hashrefinery, but it's not all day trend.


If you are using sniffdog, go to Pools folder and edit the hash.ps1 file - at the bottom where it says Pass = "ID=$Workername,c=$Passwordcurrency,d=4" - you see how I added ",d=4" thats the difficulty setting.
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August 31, 2017, 10:50:33 AM
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So... what is currently the most efficient non-paid (sp) skunk miner?  I'm seeing about 51mh on cc 2.2, palgin is still around 47 from what I see.

Not sure which one is faster but im doing over 50mh on palgin at 75% TDP.

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August 31, 2017, 11:28:07 AM
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Hello guys,

i am looking for some advise here and hope its ok to ask. Since 10 Weeks i am mining with 6x 1080TI and 6x 1070 gtx. To be honest i was using all the time Nicehash. When i started i got about 0.1 BTC each week from 6x1080ti. Now my results looks like this

6x 1080TI  : 0.03... BTC
6x 1070GTX : 0.016 BTC

Of course i knew that the difficulty increase but i think i am missing/losing some huge profits. What shall i do? 
Whats the best pool? Software? Are there some mods what are more profitable?

Thanks!
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August 31, 2017, 12:07:09 PM
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Hello guys,

i am looking for some advise here and hope its ok to ask. Since 10 Weeks i am mining with 6x 1080TI and 6x 1070 gtx. To be honest i was using all the time Nicehash. When i started i got about 0.1 BTC each week from 6x1080ti. Now my results looks like this

6x 1080TI  : 0.03... BTC
6x 1070GTX : 0.016 BTC

Of course i knew that the difficulty increase but i think i am missing/losing some huge profits. What shall i do? 
Whats the best pool? Software? Are there some mods what are more profitable?

Thanks!


1-Don't use Nicehash. It sure is easy that they are paying bitcoin directly but usually less profitable.
2-Whattomine website is your friend. Every 2-3 days check there and switch your mining coin according to the results if there is really difference in them. But don't become paranoid and don't change your mining coin every second by looking to whattomine. Stick on one.
3-Open an account on poloinex or bittrexx and mine there. Change to bitcoin directly if you want or play between currencies.
4-Diffuclty increases but prices also increases those days. So profitability nearly the same when you compare before diff bomb of ethereum.. (Of course not as first times when the ROI was 4 months)
5-In lots of pools luck is a factor also. When comparing don't look only data from one two months. Your profit can change -+%x .
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August 31, 2017, 01:01:50 PM
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Hello guys,

i am looking for some advise here and hope its ok to ask. Since 10 Weeks i am mining with 6x 1080TI and 6x 1070 gtx. To be honest i was using all the time Nicehash. When i started i got about 0.1 BTC each week from 6x1080ti. Now my results looks like this

6x 1080TI  : 0.03... BTC
6x 1070GTX : 0.016 BTC

Of course i knew that the difficulty increase but i think i am missing/losing some huge profits. What shall i do?  
Whats the best pool? Software? Are there some mods what are more profitable?

Thanks!


1-Don't use Nicehash. It sure is easy that they are paying bitcoin directly but usually less profitable.
2-Whattomine website is your friend. Every 2-3 days check there and switch your mining coin according to the results if there is really difference in them. But don't become paranoid and don't change your mining coin every second by looking to whattomine. Stick on one.
3-Open an account on poloinex or bittrexx and mine there. Change to bitcoin directly if you want or play between currencies.
4-Diffuclty increases but prices also increases those days. So profitability nearly the same when you compare before diff bomb of ethereum.. (Of course not as first times when the ROI was 4 months)
5-In lots of pools luck is a factor also. When comparing don't look only data from one two months. Your profit can change -+%x .


whattomine can be extremely inaccurate so dont be surprise if you dont get the same results.
Edit: I wouldnt use Poloniex for many reasons. Just google it.
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August 31, 2017, 01:31:21 PM
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Hello guys,

i am looking for some advise here and hope its ok to ask. Since 10 Weeks i am mining with 6x 1080TI and 6x 1070 gtx. To be honest i was using all the time Nicehash. When i started i got about 0.1 BTC each week from 6x1080ti. Now my results looks like this

6x 1080TI  : 0.03... BTC
6x 1070GTX : 0.016 BTC

Of course i knew that the difficulty increase but i think i am missing/losing some huge profits. What shall i do? 
Whats the best pool? Software? Are there some mods what are more profitable?

Thanks!


1-Don't use Nicehash. It sure is easy that they are paying bitcoin directly but usually less profitable.
2-Whattomine website is your friend. Every 2-3 days check there and switch your mining coin according to the results if there is really difference in them. But don't become paranoid and don't change your mining coin every second by looking to whattomine. Stick on one.
3-Open an account on poloinex or bittrexx and mine there. Change to bitcoin directly if you want or play between currencies.
4-Diffuclty increases but prices also increases those days. So profitability nearly the same when you compare before diff bomb of ethereum.. (Of course not as first times when the ROI was 4 months)
5-In lots of pools luck is a factor also. When comparing don't look only data from one two months. Your profit can change -+%x .


whattomine can be extremely inaccurate so dont be surprise if you dont get the same results.
Edit: I wouldnt use Poloniex for many reasons. Just google it.
Advices:

1-whattomine is always showing correct amounts if you know how to use it. I always forecast my upcoming payment amount by using whattomine. Just as i wrote be sure to not to become paranoid by everytime changing your mining coin because you will earn 0.001 $ more. Be clever and analyze carefully. Don't change your coin so frequently. This is long-term run. Hit nd runs are so much rare and needs luck factor, dont fell for them.

2-f you search google you can find problem in every system as people are the problematic creatures. lovers and haters everywhere. If i were you i will try bymyself and experience them all. Bittrex polonex krakaen and so on. Out off all the best for my experience is polonex.

3- Never ever hold so much amount of coin in none of those above exchange websites hence in all their history there was a hack event. Generate an offline wallet backit up 20 times in 20 different places your keys and whenever you want to play exchange play, earn profit and sent it to your main offline wallet back. 

4-Learn the technology, read the papers, follow the forums. If you know more it will be difficult to scam you.
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August 31, 2017, 01:43:55 PM
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Hello guys,

i am looking for some advise here and hope its ok to ask. Since 10 Weeks i am mining with 6x 1080TI and 6x 1070 gtx. To be honest i was using all the time Nicehash. When i started i got about 0.1 BTC each week from 6x1080ti. Now my results looks like this

6x 1080TI  : 0.03... BTC
6x 1070GTX : 0.016 BTC

Of course i knew that the difficulty increase but i think i am missing/losing some huge profits. What shall i do? 
Whats the best pool? Software? Are there some mods what are more profitable?

Thanks!


1-Don't use Nicehash. It sure is easy that they are paying bitcoin directly but usually less profitable.
2-Whattomine website is your friend. Every 2-3 days check there and switch your mining coin according to the results if there is really difference in them. But don't become paranoid and don't change your mining coin every second by looking to whattomine. Stick on one.
3-Open an account on poloinex or bittrexx and mine there. Change to bitcoin directly if you want or play between currencies.
4-Diffuclty increases but prices also increases those days. So profitability nearly the same when you compare before diff bomb of ethereum.. (Of course not as first times when the ROI was 4 months)
5-In lots of pools luck is a factor also. When comparing don't look only data from one two months. Your profit can change -+%x .


whattomine can be extremely inaccurate so dont be surprise if you dont get the same results.
Edit: I wouldnt use Poloniex for many reasons. Just google it.
Advices:

1-whattomine is always showing correct amounts if you know how to use it.
2-f you search google you can find problem in every system as people are the problematic creatures. lovers and haters everywhere. If i were you i will try bymyself and experience them all. Bittrex polonex krakaen and so on. Out off all the best for my experience is polonex.


1- mmm, no, lol and its a well know fact
2- mmm, no, also a well known fact
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August 31, 2017, 01:50:46 PM
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Hello, guys.

For using our cards should I install CUDA Toolkit also?

Thanks.
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August 31, 2017, 01:53:29 PM
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Hello guys,

i am looking for some advise here and hope its ok to ask. Since 10 Weeks i am mining with 6x 1080TI and 6x 1070 gtx. To be honest i was using all the time Nicehash. When i started i got about 0.1 BTC each week from 6x1080ti. Now my results looks like this

6x 1080TI  : 0.03... BTC
6x 1070GTX : 0.016 BTC

Of course i knew that the difficulty increase but i think i am missing/losing some huge profits. What shall i do? 
Whats the best pool? Software? Are there some mods what are more profitable?

Thanks!


1-Don't use Nicehash. It sure is easy that they are paying bitcoin directly but usually less profitable.
2-Whattomine website is your friend. Every 2-3 days check there and switch your mining coin according to the results if there is really difference in them. But don't become paranoid and don't change your mining coin every second by looking to whattomine. Stick on one.
3-Open an account on poloinex or bittrexx and mine there. Change to bitcoin directly if you want or play between currencies.
4-Diffuclty increases but prices also increases those days. So profitability nearly the same when you compare before diff bomb of ethereum.. (Of course not as first times when the ROI was 4 months)
5-In lots of pools luck is a factor also. When comparing don't look only data from one two months. Your profit can change -+%x .


whattomine can be extremely inaccurate so dont be surprise if you dont get the same results.
Edit: I wouldnt use Poloniex for many reasons. Just google it.
Advices:

1-whattomine is always showing correct amounts if you know how to use it.
2-f you search google you can find problem in every system as people are the problematic creatures. lovers and haters everywhere. If i were you i will try bymyself and experience them all. Bittrex polonex krakaen and so on. Out off all the best for my experience is polonex.


1- mmm, no, lol and its a well know fact
2- mmm, no, also a well known fact

a hater is always a hater without facts just accusations.
Anyway i am always open to discuss thoughts. But for empty accusations without any proof or without advising another alternative better solutions we can easily conclude the fact that people are problematic creatures:D
Even by myself i had some problems with exchange sites like holding my money for no reason, loosing transactions etc etc.. because they are much more accurate than normal traders in forums i ndidn't stopped using them. As i said minimizing the risks is in your hands.(i stopped saying the brands of those websites hence all are the same +-)
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August 31, 2017, 02:03:22 PM
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Hello, guys.

For using our cards should I install CUDA Toolkit also?

Thanks.

no you dont need to, only some miners but better to avoid, you will need to manage 2 versions , drivers & cuda

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August 31, 2017, 02:52:15 PM
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Hello guys,

i am looking for some advise here and hope its ok to ask. Since 10 Weeks i am mining with 6x 1080TI and 6x 1070 gtx. To be honest i was using all the time Nicehash. When i started i got about 0.1 BTC each week from 6x1080ti. Now my results looks like this

6x 1080TI  : 0.03... BTC
6x 1070GTX : 0.016 BTC

Of course i knew that the difficulty increase but i think i am missing/losing some huge profits. What shall i do? 
Whats the best pool? Software? Are there some mods what are more profitable?

Thanks!


You can try Winminer.
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2004875.0
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Im using ccminer alexis78. I was under the impression it was the best. When i cut it back to the same clocks as you have with this miner it only gives me 865h/s. Do you think i just have a slow/duff 1080 or would changing to a different miner or different drivers help up my hashrate a bit?

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Try change miner and see if any difference.

Seems odd if it could differ that much from diffrent brands of 1080ti cards. Unless its the FE versiom you using?



No ive not got the FE version. Ive got the kfa2 extreme overclock version. Im going to try a different miner and see if i can up the hashrate. Its not a major big deal since its only the one 1080 i mine with but maybe after a few months it will start adding up.

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August 31, 2017, 03:32:38 PM
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1-whattomine is always showing correct amounts if you know how to use it. I always forecast my upcoming payment amount by using whattomine. Just as i wrote be sure to not to become paranoid by everytime changing your mining coin because you will earn 0.001 $ more. Be clever and analyze carefully. Don't change your coin so frequently. This is long-term run. Hit nd runs are so much rare and needs luck factor, dont fell for them.

Am I blind or something? Where's Skein or Nist5?
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August 31, 2017, 03:36:31 PM
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Advices:

1-whattomine is always showing correct amounts if you know how to use it. I always forecast my upcoming payment amount by using whattomine. Just as i wrote be sure to not to become paranoid by everytime changing your mining coin because you will earn 0.001 $ more. Be clever and analyze carefully. Don't change your coin so frequently. This is long-term run. Hit nd runs are so much rare and needs luck factor, dont fell for them.

Am I blind or something? Where's Skein or Nist5?

whattomine is not complete, they dont have all algo's.
You can check by selecting one coin, sometime its displayed on the GPU PART. Select the "Coins" Tab, rigt of "Asic"

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August 31, 2017, 07:51:12 PM
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Was on Skein via hashrefinery last 4 days. Profit was near 4.8$ per VGA (really no bad), but the last 24 chart shows significantly decreasing in earning.  Huh The previous coin was SIGT, but won't mine it anymore after halving (will keep my coins for future). What would you suggest to mine?
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