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March 13, 2018, 12:11:46 AM
Last edit: March 13, 2018, 12:39:32 AM by WhyFhy
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Some of you may or may not know I've been working on a decay formula for a while And I've made it!
Its nothing solid but can yield "LIVE" results for the past 3 months,1month,1week,1day.
Formula uses json scrapers on top of your plugged in numbers (sorry no fancy app or api stuff) Although I want to release formulas within TensorFlow or something similar that can analyze and scrape for me since im plugging in #'s and working em manually.


the scrapers observe only changing metrics * but use some of these factors to conclude.

1) Network Strength---THS*
2) Electric Used---KWH                
3) Market Rate---BTC to USD*
4) Difficulty Increase---3,290,605,988,755*
5) Block Reward---12.5 *
6) Your Block Reward BTC&USD--- *subtracted from 3m,1m,1w,1d
   and a few more such as equipment cost,


The idea of the formula is to see when you need to reorder equipment and how much you need to reorder to maintain desired decay or positive unity in your operation, (with separate focuses U$D and BTC )

Ill give it to anyone willing to help implement it into a ML/DL Database Processing (Via TensorFlow/Python) Let me know something! ANY insight desired ! Not intended to be a permanent solution obviously but implementing TensorFlow and ML/DL could do wonders on educated guessing on the stats. And predictions will be accurate at the time of going through formula. Based on your desired Windows.







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this topic was moved so i guess a bump is in order
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