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November 14, 2017, 07:02:22 PM
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hi guys, i m new in business and sorry my english is very weak ^^

im french and i work in EDF, so i have a free electricity and no restriction...

i have 4k5euros budget, i need to buy asic or a rig ??

thanks u
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November 14, 2017, 07:11:37 PM
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Try buying from Ebay. Cool
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November 14, 2017, 07:21:37 PM
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Asic , grab 2 or 3 antminers s7 or better and get to it!

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November 14, 2017, 10:53:08 PM
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hi guys, i m new in business and sorry my english is very weak ^^

im french and i work in EDF, so i have a free electricity and no restriction...

i have 4k5euros budget, i need to buy asic or a rig ??

thanks u
Probably a mining rig with the right specs you could have save a nice profit from it due to long term mining rig can still be useful compared to a scrypt asic and probably cost more than the rig. You won't be bothering the power consumption of rig compared to asic in the long run because it cost low power than the asic.

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November 15, 2017, 06:04:38 PM
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hi guys, i m new in business and sorry my english is very weak ^^

im french and i work in EDF, so i have a free electricity and no restriction...

i have 4k5euros budget, i need to buy asic or a rig ??

thanks u
Probably a mining rig with the right specs you could have save a nice profit from it due to long term mining rig can still be useful compared to a scrypt asic and probably cost more than the rig. You won't be bothering the power consumption of rig compared to asic in the long run because it cost low power than the asic.
Energy consumption wise then asic would really be excluded on that one because it does really consume much energy. If you do have free electricity then both ways would really be profitable for you either on altcoin or on asic itself. Wondering now on where those free electricity came from? Grin This question always on my mind when I do see a thread talking about free electricity.



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November 17, 2017, 01:11:45 PM
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hi guys, i m new in business and sorry my english is very weak ^^

im french and i work in EDF, so i have a free electricity and no restriction...

i have 4k5euros budget, i need to buy asic or a rig ??

thanks u
Probably a mining rig with the right specs you could have save a nice profit from it due to long term mining rig can still be useful compared to a scrypt asic and probably cost more than the rig. You won't be bothering the power consumption of rig compared to asic in the long run because it cost low power than the asic.
Energy consumption wise then asic would really be excluded on that one because it does really consume much energy. If you do have free electricity then both ways would really be profitable for you either on altcoin or on asic itself. Wondering now on where those free electricity came from? Grin This question always on my mind when I do see a thread talking about free electricity.

i work in EDF, that why i have free electricity. its a nature advantage
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November 17, 2017, 02:11:22 PM
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The fact that you have "free to you" electricity should have little to do with whether to go with ASICs or GPU mining.  I recommend you read more about both and see which you're more comfortable with.  For myself I don't have time to tinker around with my rigs and it seems like GPU mining requires more time so I go with ASICs.  Also another thing to consider is where is this "free to you" electricity located.  If it's at your home or your office you'll likely decide ASICs will be too load and too hot.

So as I mention before there are several items to consider other than the cost of electricity when it comes to mining.  There are a lot of threads here and in the Alt Coin forum so you can get a feel for what you like.
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