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November 23, 2013, 08:32:29 AM
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So I have access to a small server room, around 100 computers each with several Xeon processors with multiple cores. I think in total 3.5k processors.

I can use these servers for free.

What's the best thing to do with them to try and mine Btc?

Any help or advice would be very helpful

Thanks Chris
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November 23, 2013, 08:39:59 AM
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The best thing you can do is ... don't try.  It will be a  massive waste of effort.  Even stealing computing time and racking up a massive power bill for someone else will only net you a few pennies worth of Bitcoins.  It is a good way to turn a thousand dollars in electricity into a buck worth of bitcoins.
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November 23, 2013, 08:42:49 AM
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maybe it would be better to mine litecoin in that case.
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November 23, 2013, 08:46:44 AM
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The best thing you can do is ... don't try.  It will be a  massive waste of effort.  Even stealing computing time and racking up a massive power bill for someone else will only net you a few pennies worth of Bitcoins.  It is a good way to turn a thousand dollars in electricity into a buck worth of bitcoins.

Why do you this. Surely it would mine a fair amount given the amount of processors?

More thank 0.5 Btc a month?

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