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May 30, 2017, 09:18:10 PM
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Question is simple. Let's say ETH go POS at June 1st. What would you mine then? And I assume price of some alts will be increasing since a lot of people will be mining that specific coin. Unlike early stages, I think we have more options for gpu mining profit. Thoughts?
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May 30, 2017, 09:45:05 PM
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ZEC for sure. Popular and not terribly unstable like some new shitcoins, also nice for nvidia cards. Hopefully when ETH goes to PoS (which I personally doubt a bit), the demand for Radeon cards will go down. I can't find any reasonably priced RX 470 or 570 cards and up on Newegg, not willing to use other sites due to them not accepting BTC. :/














 

 

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