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June 10, 2013, 07:58:33 AM
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I've put together the following spreadsheet to show the income over specific periods per Gh/s. It also shows the income per day for various devices at specific difficulties.

Here's the spreadsheet.

For those trying to predict the difficulty, there's about 1000 Th/s due to be online by the end of the year, which breaks down to the following:

Avalon chips = 250 Th/s
Avalon systems = 100 Th/s
ASICminer = 250 Th/s
BFL = 300 Th/s
BitFury = 200 Th/s
KnC = 200 Th/s

I'd expect a 50-60% difficulty increase for the next round.
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June 10, 2013, 08:02:45 AM
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Avalon chips = 250 Th/s
Avalon systems = 100 Th/s
ASICminer = 250 Th/s
BFL = 300 Th/s
BitFury = 200 Th/s
KnC = 200 Th/s

Are these estimates based on the orders for these or do they also include what these companies might produce to mine for themselves?

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June 10, 2013, 08:15:29 AM
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Avalon chips = 250 Th/s
Avalon systems = 100 Th/s
ASICminer = 250 Th/s
BFL = 300 Th/s
BitFury = 200 Th/s
KnC = 200 Th/s

Are these estimates based on the orders for these or do they also include what these companies might produce to mine for themselves?

Those estimates are based on the follwing:

ASIMINER said they initially bought 50 TH/s. They recently said they've got 200 Th/s incoming.
The Avalon systems number is based on the 3 batches and the number for the chips is based on the amount of BTC in the chip account.
The BFL number is from the 75,000 chips @ 4 Gh/s.
The BitFury number comes from 100TH.
The KnC number comes from the 500 pre-orders, assuming all Jupiters and a bit extra.
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