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Buying $5,000 dollars of crypto mining rigs in 2020 is sort of crazy, well here's the real-world results on what you would have earned if you bought these cryptocurrency miners! Subscribe to VoskCoin for more -

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If you want to earn money from home, and/or just earn some passive income you may have heard about crypto mining. Cryptocurrency mining basically uses general and specialized computer hardware to run cryptocurrency networks and blockchains. In exchange for your computer or mining rigs power, you are compensated with crypto coins. Initially, mining became popular thanks to Bitcoin, however, since then a lot of cryptocurrencies have adopted their own mining algorithms and rewarded people for mining their coins! This video is all about what you would have earned if you spent $5,000 dollars on two crypto mining rigs, specifically the Bitmain Antminer K5 as well as the Todek Toddminer C1 Pro to mine the Nervos Network coin, CKB in 2020! We review how many coins we have mined, and how much money that is, and basically if mining is profitable and how close we are to breaking even and discussing our crypto mining ROI or return on investment!

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