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November 22, 2013, 01:44:52 AM
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Hello,

I just got a 5GH (6.5GH) BFL the other day and was wondering what cryptocurrency you mine on your ASIC's? BTC, PPC, NMC or TRC?

I started mining BTC, I've done that for a week or so now. But I'v start to look at the alt coins. PPC seems like a good choice.

Thoughts? Opinions?
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November 22, 2013, 01:48:28 AM
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Personally BTC or PPC are you best bet. Maybe you can mine BTC, then trade it for PPC and it will rise, do the math and see. Most other SHA-256 coins are somewhat garbage, some are ok but most aren't!
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November 22, 2013, 02:07:23 AM
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Hello,

I just got a 5GH (6.5GH) BFL the other day and was wondering what cryptocurrency you mine on your ASIC's? BTC, PPC, NMC or TRC?

I started mining BTC, I've done that for a week or so now. But I'v start to look at the alt coins. PPC seems like a good choice.

Thoughts? Opinions?

Bitcoin is probably still your best bet, maybe PPC. I would probably stay away from TRC right now as it looks like it is on its way out. Btc-e.com just announced they won't be trading it anymore.

NMC is merged mined with Bitcoin so you can find a pool that supports that if you like.

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