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If you had 1000 I-3 to I-7 machines , how would you benefit from them?
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what are some best distributed computing softwares?
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September 13, 2017, 12:43:25 PM
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If you had 1000 I-3 to I-7 machines , how would you benefit from them?
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what are some best distributed computing softwares?

I don't know of any other use than trying to find some altcoins that use CPU mining only and try to speculate with that. Sometimes you can make good gains by mining the right coin and holding it until out of nowhere it pumps. I remember Maxcoin for example, uses a mining algorithm that only allows CPU's to mine, so there aren't GPU or specialized hardware that I know off mining that thing.

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