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Author Topic: Bitmain looks like they're releasing a 15GH/s DASH miner called the AntMiner D3  (Read 277018 times)
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October 12, 2017, 08:20:43 PM
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That is exactly why more competition would be needed in the market.
It would make companies treat hardware buying customers better.
I completely agree. As long as Bitmain has a hold over mining, they have a huge influence over Bitcoin all crypto as seen with S2X, etc. Hopefully we can get back to times like ‘14 and ‘15 with more viable options so we don’t have Bitmain dictating every move and making shitty miners because they can.

It’s also a learning experience for the newbies here, mining is profitable but not as much as it might seem. Sometimes it’s better to take BTC for relatively more stable ROI than more risky investments, remember mining is not all what it looks like and there’s luck involved.

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October 12, 2017, 09:12:01 PM
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on nicehash they offer 2 options for asic..1) mining farms 2) asic mining??  both generate the same stratum address..anyone know if there is a difference
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October 12, 2017, 11:42:38 PM
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That is exactly why more competition would be needed in the market.
It would make companies treat hardware buying customers better.
Totally agree with that!! I think that's just around corner.....I hope.

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October 13, 2017, 01:43:28 AM
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That is exactly why more competition would be needed in the market.
It would make companies treat hardware buying customers better.
Totally agree with that!! I think that's just around corner.....I hope.

Hope Japan will come out with something surprising in 2018
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October 13, 2017, 04:44:52 AM
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Somebody knows the correct settings for the granatgas pool?

Here we go Wink

URL                                 stratum-us.granatgas-pool.info:1111/#xnsub
Worker                             Your pay address     (can be DASH or BTC)
Password                         c=DASH d=16          (You can change DASH per BTC)


What is the /#xnsub? Can anyone explain to me?
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October 13, 2017, 05:09:47 AM
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That is exactly why more competition would be needed in the market.
It would make companies treat hardware buying customers better.

there is competition in the market but people mostly ignore them. efficency is still a great factor and as long as bitman has the best efficency nothing will change.
i would say stop asic mining and go into masternodes.. those are hot right now and also come with a great roi sometimes.

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October 13, 2017, 05:17:23 AM
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What is the /#xnsub? Can anyone explain to me?
apparently that is a anchor link syntax and is probably used somewhere in the pages javascript
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October 13, 2017, 06:53:29 AM
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Wow this thread is still going strong after all these months. What happened to cryptocrane? Have not seen him pop up in here lately.
Anyways, can someone post the exact measurement of these d3 units. Maybe a picture with the measurements specs on it? Would greatly appreciate it.
Im building a new server rack, so this would be awesome if someone can do this. Im sure alot of other members would find it useful.
Thanks in advance!

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October 13, 2017, 07:21:20 AM
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Does anyone have problem when some miners losing 3rd board and hashing 10-11 Ghs? This happens on many D3 miners, not just on one.
Miners works on default settings, temperatures are good, max board temperatures are 65-70C. After I restart D3, all boards working normally again for some time.
Is there some firmware upgrade for this problem, anyone have solution for this?
D3 is not stable miner at all. L3+ is a lot better device.

It's always risky getting batch one items from Bitmain.  They don't have a stellar reputation for the first batch working the greatest.

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I think the first earnings on the D3's more than compensated for that  Grin Cool
people who bought the oct batch would be right about on par w/ me as far as ROI goes if I still had mine. Only one who benefitted from that was bitmain / dash masternodes

People who bought October batch, instead of buying September one, are in advantage. They pay D3 devices 1400-1500 usd cheaper in total (1100usd lower price of D3 + lower taxes and other costs).
Situation is not good at all in this  moment, but everything impossible in crypto world....
A lot more devices are coming soon, D3 miner production are sold until 2018. We make 22-23 usd per unit in this moment, huge delivery just coming, we can expect by end of year 3x/4x time lower profit. Dash price should be higher, but that can not effect to our profit to much, only if you are long term holder, than everything will be fine.
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October 13, 2017, 08:13:36 AM
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Somebody knows the correct settings for the granatgas pool?

Here we go Wink

URL                                 stratum-us.granatgas-pool.info:1111/#xnsub
Worker                             Your pay address     (can be DASH or BTC)
Password                         c=DASH d=16          (You can change DASH per BTC)

Thanks.

I wasn't sure if that "/" before #xnsub was mandatory or not.
Also shouldn't it be a comma between the coin and difficulty?

My hash is quit stable with this diff 17+ Gh/s per miner.

For the / it depend on the pool, if not working with, try without.

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October 13, 2017, 08:14:22 AM
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Somebody knows the correct settings for the granatgas pool?

Here we go Wink

URL                                 stratum-us.granatgas-pool.info:1111/#xnsub
Worker                             Your pay address     (can be DASH or BTC)
Password                         c=DASH d=16          (You can change DASH per BTC)


What is the /#xnsub? Can anyone explain to me?

xnsub = extranonce.subcribe is a tool allow you to have less disconnect and lost between coin swap.

Not every pool work with it Wink And no every miner to Wink

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October 13, 2017, 09:23:36 AM
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Enjoy mining with the D3


You have to mine on multi algo pool ...

U grab something like 30$ day without electricity cost.

And you do wrong math, is more 17Gh / 950W

Hi Bibi,

What pool are you on?

My miners are underway, but I still didn't decide to which pool I'll connect them.
Rather will use a autoswitch multi pool in Europe.

Cheerz,
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October 13, 2017, 09:44:37 AM
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Enjoy mining with the D3


You have to mine on multi algo pool ...

U grab something like 30$ day without electricity cost.

And you do wrong math, is more 17Gh / 950W

Hi Bibi,

What pool are you on?

My miners are underway, but I still didn't decide to which pool I'll connect them.
Rather will use a autoswitch multi pool in Europe.

Cheerz,
Wieme

Hi Wieme,

i actually use granatgas pool Wink

Only US server but it work fine for me, i from EU. Maybe they will add EU server later but is not official schedule i assume.

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October 13, 2017, 11:30:48 AM
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[/quote]

Hi Wieme,

i actually use granatgas pool Wink

Only US server but it work fine for me, i from EU. Maybe they will add EU server later but is not official schedule i assume.
[/quote]

Thx, but no thx...

Anyone else knows a GOOD pool in the EU? Undecided

Cheerz,
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October 13, 2017, 12:00:05 PM
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Soon we will get good multipool (EU), it will be finished soon and fee will be 1-2%. I will share info when get some.
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October 13, 2017, 01:56:16 PM
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Wow this thread is still going strong after all these months. What happened to cryptocrane? Have not seen him pop up in here lately.
Anyways, can someone post the exact measurement of these d3 units. Maybe a picture with the measurements specs on it? Would greatly appreciate it.
Im building a new server rack, so this would be awesome if someone can do this. Im sure alot of other members would find it useful.
Thanks in advance!
I'm guessing he's swimming in a pool of D3's that he bought to try and catch the 4-5X reseller profit wave. Or he caught the wave, sold all 50 at 4-5X and is now cruising around the Caribbean on a large boat drinking Umbrella drinks.  Cheesy

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October 13, 2017, 04:14:52 PM
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Can someone explain to me how Nicehash comes up with those numbers? If for instance, I do 23.41/day * 7(week) = 163.87.  Now where 203.58 USD come from. This is just one example. Thanks for the explanation.



Past earnings for
Custom hardware

                                 1 DAY                         1 WEEK                                 1 MONTH
Income           0.00409647 BTC
                              23.41 USD
                                                                 0.03562009 BTC
                                                                  203.58 USD
                                                                                                                 0.43301058 BTC
                                                                                                                    2,474.83 USD
El. costs            -0.00041992 BTC
                         -2.40 USD
                                                              -0.00293943 BTC
                                                              -16.80 USD
                                                                                                               -0.01259462 BTC
                                                                                                                   -71.98 USD
Profit                 0.00367655 BTC
                            21.01 USD
                                                              0.03268066 BTC
                                                                186.78 USD
                                                                                                                    0.42041596 BTC
                                                                                                                     2,402.85 USD

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October 13, 2017, 05:11:53 PM
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My best guess is that they are using past history, so last week someone mining would have income of $203.58, but past day only $23.41  That would explain why the monthly is so far off also...
Can someone explain to me how Nicehash comes up with those numbers? If for instance, I do 23.41/day * 7(week) = 163.87.  Now where 203.58 USD come from. This is just one example. Thanks for the explanation.



Past earnings for
Custom hardware

                                 1 DAY                         1 WEEK                                 1 MONTH
Income           0.00409647 BTC
                              23.41 USD
                                                                 0.03562009 BTC
                                                                  203.58 USD
                                                                                                                 0.43301058 BTC
                                                                                                                    2,474.83 USD
El. costs            -0.00041992 BTC
                         -2.40 USD
                                                              -0.00293943 BTC
                                                              -16.80 USD
                                                                                                               -0.01259462 BTC
                                                                                                                   -71.98 USD
Profit                 0.00367655 BTC
                            21.01 USD
                                                              0.03268066 BTC
                                                                186.78 USD
                                                                                                                    0.42041596 BTC
                                                                                                                     2,402.85 USD

Please note that these values are only estimations - real values can be lower or higher. Exchange rate of 1 BTC = 5715.4 USD was used.
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October 13, 2017, 07:11:31 PM
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My best guess is that they are using past history, so last week someone mining would have income of $203.58, but past day only $23.41  That would explain why the monthly is so far off also...
Can someone explain to me how Nicehash comes up with those numbers? If for instance, I do 23.41/day * 7(week) = 163.87.  Now where 203.58 USD come from. This is just one example. Thanks for the explanation.
...
Please note that these values are only estimations - real values can be lower or higher. Exchange rate of 1 BTC = 5715.4 USD was used.
I can't find it now, but IIRC they use the data from the last 24 hours.
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October 13, 2017, 07:42:21 PM
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Enjoy mining with the D3


You have to mine on multi algo pool ...

U grab something like 30$ day without electricity cost.

And you do wrong math, is more 17Gh / 950W

Hi Bibi,

What pool are you on?

My miners are underway, but I still didn't decide to which pool I'll connect them.
Rather will use a autoswitch multi pool in Europe.

Cheerz,
Wieme

Hi Wieme,

i actually use granatgas pool Wink

Only US server but it work fine for me, i from EU. Maybe they will add EU server later but is not official schedule i assume.

Bibi, I'm connected to EU pool, so far so good

Code:
Stratum 2 = stratum-eu.granatgas-pool.info

Retard Proof answer. the URL is here ---> granatgas-pool.info
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