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September 14, 2013, 10:49:40 PM
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No one knows where the Bitcoin value goes, but the difficulty will surely continue to rise.
With the assumption of a fixed Bitcoin price and the estimated difficulty trend for the next 10 retargets - which based on the past growth rates,
this calculator tries to provide the best possible prediction and shows the result in a profit cumulation chart.

Check it out .. http://btcmc.de/

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September 15, 2013, 12:17:44 AM
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Given that there is a difficulty adjustment every 10.7 days now, any calculator that assumes steady earnings/difficulty per month is very wrong.
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September 15, 2013, 06:59:25 AM
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Given that there is a difficulty adjustment every 10.7 days now, any calculator that assumes steady earnings/difficulty per month is very wrong.

Absolutely! Because of that fact the chart is based on the difficulty adjustment periods.
But the table above isn't - it's the classic calculation with an assumed fixed difficulty. For one Day that is ok and for a Week may be - dependent of the time left until the next difficulty change. For a month the prediction it's definitively wrong.
Hmmm ... may be better to change the table to display the next three difficulty adjustment periods? I will think about that ...

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September 15, 2013, 08:44:58 AM
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Given that there is a difficulty adjustment every 10.7 days now, any calculator that assumes steady earnings/difficulty per month is very wrong.

Absolutely! Because of that fact the chart is based on the difficulty adjustment periods.
But the table above isn't - it's the classic calculation with an assumed fixed difficulty. For one Day that is ok and for a Week may be - dependent of the time left until the next difficulty change. For a month the prediction it's definitively wrong.
Hmmm ... may be better to change the table to display the next three difficulty adjustment periods? I will think about that ...

Thanks for comment
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