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July 18, 2017, 02:27:41 AM


New to mining (a month), i would like to mine new coin, where i can find the new coin it's possible to mine daily? Looking for mining with very low difficulty to generate maximum of coin, when its more easy (at the beginning), so i tried claymore (i use it for the moment) and nicehash, an autoswitching algo that mine an algo and paid you in BTC, i would like to know if a mining software like this exist but with the option to be paid in mined altcoin directly, and with a switching option base on difficulty, you mine where you can generate maximum of coin, no matter of the btc profit per day.?

Is there a place to binformed when it become possible to mine a new coin... start now Wink

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July 18, 2017, 02:48:38 AM

New coins won't be tracked by Nicehash or profitablity calculators. You basically have to check the Announcement board here for new coins. Most will have a date when they are scheduled to be released along with the coin info in the announcement post. With new coins there are often problems that will delay it's release or even require a relaunch. Sometimes coins will be released 'ninja' style without an pre-announcement, but 99.9% of those coins are pump and dump scams where only the early miners and dev cash in as soon as they can get an exchange to list it. Also, sometimes a new coin will actually be a virus or trojan, so you have to be careful not to run any executables on your main system.

I also remeber there being some websites that kept track of upcoming new coin release dates, but I don't know if there still are.
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