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October 06, 2017, 04:00:27 PM
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Hi guys!
if you had 20k and low energy costs like 0,01 kwh, what would be the most efficient way to mine crypto? 
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October 06, 2017, 05:35:56 PM
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Hi guys!
if you had 20k and low energy costs like 0,01 kwh, what would be the most efficient way to mine crypto? 

If you have this cheap energy, I would bought old AMD 7950/7970/280X cards,
they are cheap, there is plenty of them, and then I would start to mine some equihash with small DAG.

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October 06, 2017, 05:44:55 PM
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if you had 20k and low energy costs like 0,01 kwh, what would be the most efficient way to mine crypto? 

What you want to mine ?
How many amps you have available for your mining rigs ?
110/120 Volts or 220-230-245 volts you have for your mining rigs ?
Noise is a concern ?
How big is the room what is available for your future miners ?

For example:
For 20k$ you can buy
14 Antminer S9 with APW3++ PSU to mine BTC or BCH
BUT...for that 14 miners you going to need around 14x1500=21KW of electricity available . and those miners are going to generate a lot of noise and heat !

So my point is , when someone asking a question like you asked , need to be a little bit more specific Wink

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October 07, 2017, 03:09:07 PM
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buy whatever is available to you in your local market. depending on hardware prices in your area, and since you have cheap energy. why not use your whole budget and pick up a bunch of asics? pick up a bunch of s9s or even Avalon miners and run the sh*t out of them.
also how da faq do you get 0.01 kwh prices? where are you located?

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