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Khurram Bin Kamal
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November 06, 2017, 10:55:56 PM
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Has anyone noticed the bitconnect  network hashrate is 69 ths almost triple of Ltc 25 ths at this moment.

I have a few questions

1) From where this hashrate power has come I am sure bitmain has not sold so many l3+miners that the hashrate of Ltc goes from 6 ths to 25 or 28ths along with the bcc hashrate going from 2ths to 69 ths.

2)If we assume that bitmain and bw and innosilicon has sold the number of miners which are capable of around 100 ths power of the total scrypt algorithm which I seriously doubt so when the network hashrate of bcc goes down to 30 ths bcz of fluctuations/ switching from the muticoin pools to other coins every day where does that hashrate power goes because other scrypt algo coins doesn't show any significant jump. Is there something fishy going on in bcc mining also can developers manipulate the network hashrate also.

3)My last question is if we suppose that 69 ths network hashrate of bcc is not manipulated and that's a big IF when the bcc coin fiasco is over in near future and I think it will over soon around 2nd quarter of 2018 where will this mining power go obviously to ltc and other coins so we should also kiss the profits of l3 like d3 profits which are negative now .

So in my opinion profits of l3+ mining depends on the bcc if bcc fails which is bound to fail then there will be the end of scrypt mining just like x11 mining
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December 07, 2017, 04:37:18 AM
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The hash rate may have been coming from Nice hash.
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