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June 23, 2017, 08:36:20 PM
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Hello,

I mine since few weeks now. I want to try dual mining and I wonder how to know what will be the second algo profitability? How to know which one will be the more profitable in dual mining?

What would you recommend for 1060: Ether + Huh

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www.whatomine.com is the answer you're looking for. BTW I'm dual mining with Sia and Decred. They both hold good value.

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