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Author Topic: My 700 TH/s Bitcoin Farm, LEH, J&K,INDIA  (Read 10957 times)
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April 07, 2018, 11:55:24 AM
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I am following this topic since november but still no pictures or hard facts? I know that it is hard work to build a farm like that, especially when your i-net providers screws you up, but maybe you can post a picture of the status of today? At the moment it looks like sharing your amazon affiliate link ^^

sorry as i was busy, i was like 3000 km from home for few months, there was no amazon affiliate link(check post edit history as well ), link is usual amazon link lol there is no amazon affiliate in india. anyways i removed it and added router modal for those who want them.

government and banks are getting strict on bitcoin, so i would like to be anonymous.

right now, they are closing bank accounts of people, and this post is drawing too much traffic from google.




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April 07, 2018, 11:08:49 PM
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Power is not that cheap in India its 0.06-0.10$
Salary is debatable so lets leave

Actually, that's not true. Power rates here are not uniform throughout the country. There are some states that have exceptionally dirt cheap rates. And they are also very suitable for a large-scale mining setup. If only the political atmosphere regarding cryptos were a little fairer, we would soon see large scale mining plants being set up in those states pretty soon.

I dont think india's infastructure can handle mining and I dont see why any government will want to subsidize electricity for miners.

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April 08, 2018, 12:48:10 PM
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Power is not that cheap in India its 0.06-0.10$
Salary is debatable so lets leave

Actually, that's not true. Power rates here are not uniform throughout the country. There are some states that have exceptionally dirt cheap rates. And they are also very suitable for a large-scale mining setup. If only the political atmosphere regarding cryptos were a little fairer, we would soon see large scale mining plants being set up in those states pretty soon.

I dont think india's infastructure can handle mining and I dont see why any government will want to subsidize electricity for miners.

i live in indo0china border, most of people shift out, so government is giving electricity and water for just maintenance cost .

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April 09, 2018, 11:57:43 AM
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4% - I think this is a very large percentage of breakdowns

yes it is for the fact that ant miner starts to die after 8-9 month of use, avalon are good for durability.

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