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Author Topic: Bitmain looks like they're releasing a 15GH/s DASH miner called the AntMiner D3  (Read 264432 times)
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September 22, 2017, 12:34:08 PM
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Even batch 1 ROI is already over a month per machine just to keep things in perspective so no one gets unrealistic expectations.
People are banging down Cryptocrane's door to pay him $8,000 -9.900 for D3's. Dash Diff just gained 2.5 million in 3 days and is just shy of 5 million already. Daily profit on the single coin is $50.00. Yes, I'd say people have "unrealistic expectations". But you can't tell them anything. The only thing people hate more than poetry, is the truth.

While I agree with the unreasonable demands difficulty hasn't gone completely haywire.  I track net diff from the DASH explorer (explorer.dash.com) it's increasing and a straight polynomial forecast doesn't bode great for the future but its not horrific:



Also note that I expect diff to flatten out between batches of miners.  And there are other X11 coins out there to grab and expand your portfolio with - even new ones like PURE and Helium.

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September 22, 2017, 12:47:51 PM
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cannabiscoin seems like a good alternative

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September 22, 2017, 01:02:06 PM
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Even batch 1 ROI is already over a month per machine just to keep things in perspective so no one gets unrealistic expectations.
People are banging down Cryptocrane's door to pay him $8,000 -9.900 for D3's. Dash Diff just gained 2.5 million in 3 days and is just shy of 5 million already. Daily profit on the single coin is $50.00. Yes, I'd say people have "unrealistic expectations". But you can't tell them anything. The only thing people hate more than poetry, is the truth.

While I agree with the unreasonable demands difficulty hasn't gone completely haywire.  I track net diff from the DASH explorer (explorer.dash.com) it's increasing and a straight polynomial forecast doesn't bode great for the future but its not horrific:



Also note that I expect diff to flatten out between batches of miners.  And there are other X11 coins out there to grab and expand your portfolio with - even new ones like PURE and Helium.

Can you please post the image in better resolution? This one is quite blurry.
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September 22, 2017, 01:05:12 PM
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Even batch 1 ROI is already over a month per machine just to keep things in perspective so no one gets unrealistic expectations.
People are banging down Cryptocrane's door to pay him $8,000 -9.900 for D3's. Dash Diff just gained 2.5 million in 3 days and is just shy of 5 million already. Daily profit on the single coin is $50.00. Yes, I'd say people have "unrealistic expectations". But you can't tell them anything. The only thing people hate more than poetry, is the truth.

While I agree with the unreasonable demands difficulty hasn't gone completely haywire.  I track net diff from the DASH explorer (explorer.dash.com) it's increasing and a straight polynomial forecast doesn't bode great for the future but its not horrific:



Also note that I expect diff to flatten out between batches of miners.  And there are other X11 coins out there to grab and expand your portfolio with - even new ones like PURE and Helium.

Can you please post the image in better resolution? This one is quite blurry.

Here you go:



You can zoom into it from there.

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September 22, 2017, 01:08:54 PM
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Even batch 1 ROI is already over a month per machine just to keep things in perspective so no one gets unrealistic expectations.
People are banging down Cryptocrane's door to pay him $8,000 -9.900 for D3's. Dash Diff just gained 2.5 million in 3 days and is just shy of 5 million already. Daily profit on the single coin is $50.00. Yes, I'd say people have "unrealistic expectations". But you can't tell them anything. The only thing people hate more than poetry, is the truth.

While I agree with the unreasonable demands difficulty hasn't gone completely haywire.  I track net diff from the DASH explorer (explorer.dash.com) it's increasing and a straight polynomial forecast doesn't bode great for the future but its not horrific:



Also note that I expect diff to flatten out between batches of miners.  And there are other X11 coins out there to grab and expand your portfolio with - even new ones like PURE and Helium.

Can you please post the image in better resolution? This one is quite blurry.

Here you go:



You can zoom into it from there.

that looks like bitmain's penis entering dash......oh wait.....

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September 22, 2017, 01:43:54 PM
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I got 0,01535440 BTC after 21hours (nicehash)


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September 22, 2017, 02:09:04 PM
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I got 0,01535440 BTC after 21hours (nicehash)



Seems about right.

I am pleased with the stable 17+gh, have not checked the power draw.  Has anyone metered these yet to see the pull.  It's rated at 1200w but have seen some people claim there's are drawing more in the 900-1000 range.  If so that's nice.  More hash power, less draw then rated.  Please post if you have checked the power at the wall thanks.














 

 

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September 22, 2017, 02:11:33 PM
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I got 0,01535440 BTC after 21hours (nicehash)



Seems about right.

I am pleased with the stable 17+gh, have not checked the power draw.  Has anyone metered these yet to see the pull.  It's rated at 1200w but have seen some people claim there's are drawing more in the 900-1000 range.  If so that's nice.  More hash power, less draw then rated.  Please post if you have checked the power at the wall thanks.

about 980W Wall with 220V
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September 22, 2017, 02:21:46 PM
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I got 0,01535440 BTC after 21hours (nicehash)



Seems about right.

I am pleased with the stable 17+gh, have not checked the power draw.  Has anyone metered these yet to see the pull.  It's rated at 1200w but have seen some people claim there's are drawing more in the 900-1000 range.  If so that's nice.  More hash power, less draw then rated.  Please post if you have checked the power at the wall thanks.

which pool are you using?

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September 22, 2017, 02:37:26 PM
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I got 0,01535440 BTC after 21hours (nicehash)



Seems about right.

I am pleased with the stable 17+gh, have not checked the power draw.  Has anyone metered these yet to see the pull.  It's rated at 1200w but have seen some people claim there's are drawing more in the 900-1000 range.  If so that's nice.  More hash power, less draw then rated.  Please post if you have checked the power at the wall thanks.

which pool are you using?

Doing some testing but nicehash right now.  Gonna give it another full day or 2.














 

 

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September 22, 2017, 02:44:29 PM
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Im selling some ibelink dm11g.. ready to ship now. PM me if anyone is interested.

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September 22, 2017, 02:56:30 PM
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Anybody ideas about discarded shares? Using suprnova dash pool. Have updated to latest firmware. Any ideas?
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September 22, 2017, 03:28:36 PM
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Even batch 1 ROI is already over a month per machine just to keep things in perspective so no one gets unrealistic expectations.
People are banging down Cryptocrane's door to pay him $8,000 -9.900 for D3's. Dash Diff just gained 2.5 million in 3 days and is just shy of 5 million already. Daily profit on the single coin is $50.00. Yes, I'd say people have "unrealistic expectations". But you can't tell them anything. The only thing people hate more than poetry, is the truth.

While I agree with the unreasonable demands difficulty hasn't gone completely haywire.  I track net diff from the DASH explorer (explorer.dash.com) it's increasing and a straight polynomial forecast doesn't bode great for the future but its not horrific:



Also note that I expect diff to flatten out between batches of miners.  And there are other X11 coins out there to grab and expand your portfolio with - even new ones like PURE and Helium.

Can you please post the image in better resolution? This one is quite blurry.

Here you go:



You can zoom into it from there.

that looks like bitmain's penis entering dash......oh wait.....

Lmao I needed that laugh Tai thank you.
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September 22, 2017, 03:54:58 PM
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Thoughts on zpool vs nicehash vs prohashing for a pool?
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September 22, 2017, 04:00:26 PM
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Thoughts on zpool vs nicehash vs prohashing for a pool?

Looks like anything past batch 2 will be literally a toaster...

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September 22, 2017, 04:07:19 PM
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Even batch 1 ROI is already over a month per machine just to keep things in perspective so no one gets unrealistic expectations.
People are banging down Cryptocrane's door to pay him $8,000 -9.900 for D3's. Dash Diff just gained 2.5 million in 3 days and is just shy of 5 million already. Daily profit on the single coin is $50.00. Yes, I'd say people have "unrealistic expectations". But you can't tell them anything. The only thing people hate more than poetry, is the truth.

Why would they when people are selling september batch D3's for like 6-7k?
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September 22, 2017, 04:33:27 PM
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Thoughts on zpool vs nicehash vs prohashing for a pool?

I prefer to get DASH, so i actually use zpool, since prohashing have some issue ...

Seems death every 5m ...

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September 22, 2017, 04:49:26 PM
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Thoughts on zpool vs nicehash vs prohashing for a pool?

I prefer to get DASH, so i actually use zpool, since prohashing have some issue ...

Seems death every 5m ...


how you get paid in dash from zpool?
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September 22, 2017, 04:50:45 PM
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Thoughts on zpool vs nicehash vs prohashing for a pool?

I prefer to get DASH, so i actually use zpool, since prohashing have some issue ...

Seems death every 5m ...


how you get paid in dash from zpool?

set your username as a DASH address and put c=DASH as your password

Just make sure you check your wallet stats and that it shows as DASH after you've connected your miner

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September 22, 2017, 05:23:25 PM
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Thoughts on zpool vs nicehash vs prohashing for a pool?

I prefer to get DASH, so i actually use zpool, since prohashing have some issue ...

Seems death every 5m ...


how you get paid in dash from zpool?

set your username as a DASH address and put c=DASH as your password

Just make sure you check your wallet stats and that it shows as DASH after you've connected your miner

adress is stratum+tcp://x11.mine.zpool.ca:3533 ? ,  in cryptocrane video he put x11.mine.zpool.ca:3533 also good?
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