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September 16, 2013, 07:09:32 AM
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its good to see now many friends coming here and doing this stuff its positive start  Cool

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September 18, 2013, 11:34:01 AM
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I don't no about this but just hearing too much so just because of this asking about this first of all tell which hardware are needed for this and is this possible in Pakistan

The answer is yes it is possible in Pakistan. And only AMD graphics cards can be used to mine coins. The best Card for mining is Radeon 7950. It can produce 550Kh/s which is an average speed can mine about $2.5 worth of coins per day. The cards price is about 34,000 PKR.

what is total price of this system and can you give all hardware list which need for this system I read some other threads but cannot understand so write here a list which needs for this 

To make it simple & cheap I would recommend to buy a second hand branded PC.

Specification of branded PC:

1) Casing should be in tower. Must have enough space for the card.

2) there should be a PCI-Express X-16 slot in it.

3) 3-4 GB of RAM.

4) Any cheap processor. 1.8 Ghz would be enough.

5) Must have a 450-500 watts power supply in it.

I am using the exact same specs my PC's model and company name is : HP xw4400 Workstation.

Cost = 10,000 PKR (every thing is second hand in it)

Card = AMD Radeon 7950 Brand HIS = 34,000 PKR

Total cost = 44,000 PKR

Can tell you the price  of the new PC aswell but that would be too expensive. Will cost near about 85,000 PKR.

I am doing some research in mining and trying to do this but as you mentioning its very less 2.5$ in a day if we want to do near 25$ then what we have to do if you can explain if this is too much then between 10 to 15$ I am waiting for your reply

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September 18, 2013, 02:47:37 PM
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I am doing some research in mining and trying to do this but as you mentioning its very less 2.5$ in a day if we want to do near 25$ then what we have to do if you can explain if this is too much then between 10 to 15$ I am waiting for your reply

simple formula.

1 machine gets you $2.5 a day.
10 machines get you $25 a day.
subtract electricity costs, you have your daily profit (unless the $2.5/machine/day has that already calculated)
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September 18, 2013, 03:25:47 PM
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I am doing some research in mining and trying to do this but as you mentioning its very less 2.5$ in a day if we want to do near 25$ then what we have to do if you can explain if this is too much then between 10 to 15$ I am waiting for your reply

simple formula.

1 machine gets you $2.5 a day.
10 machines get you $25 a day.
subtract electricity costs, you have your daily profit (unless the $2.5/machine/day has that already calculated)

good tip but its costs too much and want some more then 2.5$ per machine is possible

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September 18, 2013, 05:12:45 PM
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for BTC, asic is the only way - however, I guarantee that any investment you make now (unless extremely substantial, like in the Th/s speeds) will take a long time to get your money back.

Preordered ASICs are landing in the hands of the customers, and difficulty is rising greatly
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September 20, 2013, 09:28:37 PM
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for BTC, asic is the only way - however, I guarantee that any investment you make now (unless extremely substantial, like in the Th/s speeds) will take a long time to get your money back.

Preordered ASICs are landing in the hands of the customers, and difficulty is rising greatly

what about usb which using for mining is this ok and in reach of all or its also very hard to earn

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September 20, 2013, 11:02:26 PM
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for BTC, asic is the only way - however, I guarantee that any investment you make now (unless extremely substantial, like in the Th/s speeds) will take a long time to get your money back.

Preordered ASICs are landing in the hands of the customers, and difficulty is rising greatly

what about usb which using for mining is this ok and in reach of all or its also very hard to earn

The consensus seems to be that block erupter USBs are not profitable. They are more of a novelty item. You can tell a lot by the price at various times. It was introduced at 2BTC and the price fell all the way to the current 0.10 BTC.

edit: You may want to refer to this graph. It shows how difficulty increased over time:

http://mining.thegenesisblock.com/
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September 21, 2013, 07:21:38 AM
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for BTC, asic is the only way - however, I guarantee that any investment you make now (unless extremely substantial, like in the Th/s speeds) will take a long time to get your money back.

Preordered ASICs are landing in the hands of the customers, and difficulty is rising greatly

what about usb which using for mining is this ok and in reach of all or its also very hard to earn

The consensus seems to be that block erupter USBs are not profitable. They are more of a novelty item. You can tell a lot by the price at various times. It was introduced at 2BTC and the price fell all the way to the current 0.10 BTC.

edit: You may want to refer to this graph. It shows how difficulty increased over time:

http://mining.thegenesisblock.com/

thanks its very useful now I want to give try to this mining once and now will do with GPU and LTC as I have this set up I send you message thanks

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September 22, 2013, 10:33:41 PM
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what happen nothing to share any thing here keep this thread alive daily I like this Cheesy

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September 23, 2013, 11:26:06 AM
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I think this thread needs a class in punctuation.

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September 23, 2013, 11:45:27 AM
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I think this thread needs a class in punctuation.

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who will do this need some more activity and more peoples here for talk

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September 24, 2013, 08:24:23 AM
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buying and selling bitcoins in lahore or selling litecoins, jistara aap na karna hai meeting ya jo b kardunga

PMed you. Please check.
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September 29, 2013, 11:15:56 AM
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buying and selling bitcoins in lahore or selling litecoins, jistara aap na karna hai meeting ya jo b kardunga

PMed you. Please check.

selling and buying bitcoins is good part time work or its too much risky

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September 29, 2013, 11:26:14 AM
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buying and selling bitcoins in lahore or selling litecoins, jistara aap na karna hai meeting ya jo b kardunga

PMed you. Please check.

selling and buying bitcoins is good part time work or its too much risky

It's just a hobby for me Smiley But yeah it can be quite risky!
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October 01, 2013, 09:58:25 AM
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I want to ask is there any good way to become dealer of bitcoin selling and buying  full time work

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October 01, 2013, 11:24:21 AM
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I want to ask is there any good way to become dealer of bitcoin selling and buying  full time work

I don't think it could be full time work you can do its for part time or for enjoyment just this is  Grin

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October 01, 2013, 11:27:55 AM
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I want to ask is there any good way to become dealer of bitcoin selling and buying  full time work

Hey try looking up localbitcoins.com and you can buy and sell bitcoins in your neighborhood.
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October 01, 2013, 02:12:33 PM
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I want to ask is there any good way to become dealer of bitcoin selling and buying  full time work

Hey try looking up localbitcoins.com and you can buy and sell bitcoins in your neighborhood.

yes but his question is not this from where he bought bitcoins please check question then give reply

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October 01, 2013, 04:41:37 PM
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I want to ask is there any good way to become dealer of bitcoin selling and buying  full time work

Hey try looking up localbitcoins.com and you can buy and sell bitcoins in your neighborhood.

yes but his question is not this from where he bought bitcoins please check question then give reply

you can buy AND sell on local bitcoins.
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October 02, 2013, 09:24:04 AM
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I want to ask is there any good way to become dealer of bitcoin selling and buying  full time work

Hey try looking up localbitcoins.com and you can buy and sell bitcoins in your neighborhood.

yes but his question is not this from where he bought bitcoins please check question then give reply

you can buy AND sell on local bitcoins.

question is not this from where sell and buy bitcoins this person asking can he do full time this work as full time job or no  Wink

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