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Author Topic: Antminer B3 Bytom Mining First review  (Read 9210 times)
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June 16, 2018, 04:02:45 PM
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Yes, but unless bitmain included more powerful chips and decreased performance on purpose to slowly increase afterwards with firmware upgrades, I dont think we will get crazy high hashrstes.
Considering chip temperatures, maybe a slight increase is still possible. But I would not bet on that.

I think he does included more powerful chips and decreased performance on purpose to slowly increase afterwards with firmware upgrades.  Will see i hope those chips can do much more then what they doing now.

Maybe. Like Baikal most likely included all algos in their BK X and unlock them after some time...
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June 16, 2018, 04:58:51 PM
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If Bitmain were able to release new firmware (that greatly increased hashrate) it would just push difficulty up.

Those who updated first would have higher earnings for a short while until everyone else updated, after which their earnings would likely return to levels similar to what they are now. Assuming more hashing power means greater electrical power consumption, we could actually be worse off than we are now in terms of profitability.

I think the only way that the B3's profitably is going to increase is with an increase in the price of BTM. For that to happen demand must exceed supply -- More people need to want to buy BTM or miners need to stop selling it.
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June 17, 2018, 05:46:45 AM
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do not agree. now there are many GPU devices - https://cryptomining-blog.com/9881-mining-bytom-btm-with-nebutech-btminer-on-nvidia-gpu-mining-rigs/.
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June 20, 2018, 08:42:35 PM
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I'm almost making 400H/S with a GTX 970.  Is this a joke?
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June 23, 2018, 05:13:52 PM
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Just pointed my 7 GPU 1080ti rig at uupool mining Bytom. 7983 H/s @ 1276w

In case anyone else wants to try I am using SMOS with BMiner 9.0   
Connection String:   -uri tensority://bm1qye5uh8f2s9s74fge06vlca7erg549ehdj7lfrh@btm.uupool.cn:9221
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June 23, 2018, 06:57:23 PM
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Just pointed my 7 GPU 1080ti rig at uupool mining Bytom. 7983 H/s @ 1276w

In case anyone else wants to try I am using SMOS with BMiner 9.0   
Connection String:   -uri tensority://bm1qye5uh8f2s9s74fge06vlca7erg549ehdj7lfrh@btm.uupool.cn:9221

Aswell here - 6x 1060 = 3670H/S @ ~760W

So, Im going to disconnect my B3s mornings cos it lost sense...

Hurayyy - maybe Bitmain flood us again with worthless coupons...
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July 01, 2018, 10:58:35 AM
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3 BTM per day at uupool. How is Antpool doing?
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July 02, 2018, 10:06:41 PM
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Yes, I'm a batch 1 B3 owner. Had the same email this morning and I can confirm I have now received the partial refund to the BCH address I gave them.

You could try entering the BCH address you gave them here to see if the transaction is recorded on the blockchain.

i'm fallowing this thread but not b3 owner...can you elaborate more..
so..batch 1 owner paid 2.6k usd (right)? and get about 530 usd partial refund

Not sure what everyone else paid for their batch #1 B3 but I paid 1875 USD, minus a 350 USD coupon I received for an earlier purchase, so 1525 USD (plus shipping).

I received the promised partial refund of 0.61228814 BCH (~545 USD at today's exchange rate) a couple of days ago, meaning I paid a little under $1000 USD for the B3. The refund is actually greater than it seems when you consider the BCH price drop. I only paid about 1.3 BCH for the B3 so in fact they refunded almost half of the cost.

My B3 has been working almost continuously since the day it arrived about 1 month ago and has currently made about 600 BTM (roughly 300 USD, or about 0.33 BCH).

But I got a  reply from Bitmain

Dear M.....,

Good day to you.

Thank you for writing in.

Please be advice that in order ID 0012018050401XXX, there are no refund in the batch of your purchase.

Refund only applied to fully paid B3 order at USD 2453.

I hope this clarifies your query.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any enquires.
Thank you & Have a great day!

Best regards,
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My order was
Price : 1588   USD
Coupon :   420.00  USD
 Shipping cost:   84.73 USD
Total order amount :   1252.73 USD +20%VAT

I'm left with only the pleasure of buying...

Bitmain sold it for  1875 USD, shipped 1-10 may
https://shop.bitmain.com/product/detail?pid=00020180424165031060prOryiaX0729
batch2 for 1588 USD shipped 11-20 may
https://shop.bitmain.com/product/detail?pid=00020180502135225326on3p022D0647

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July 04, 2018, 02:11:16 AM
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GPU win vs asic on bytom ..atm. This is a surprise.
Is the b3 really not overclockable..cant edit something on config ? (not to provoke anyone..do it carefully)
I dont have b3...just curious
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July 04, 2018, 08:00:49 PM
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3 BTM per day at uupool. How is Antpool doing?

My last 10 day's earnings on Antpool (latest first):

4.10787935
4.22486654
4.88792226
1.94547278
3.38009431
3.26039934
3.20713794
3.62670333
3.81697974
3.58089222
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July 05, 2018, 12:31:01 AM
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Earning are up a bit lately, I wonder why?
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July 05, 2018, 03:32:41 AM
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Earning are up a bit lately, I wonder why?

Difficulty has dropped by 10% in one week

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July 05, 2018, 05:31:38 AM
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Earning are up a bit lately, I wonder why?

Bitmain stopped mining with their B3s. It's not profitable anymore.
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July 05, 2018, 01:25:59 PM
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3 BTM per day at uupool. How is Antpool doing?

My last 10 day's earnings on Antpool (latest first):

4.10787935
4.22486654
4.88792226
1.94547278
3.38009431
3.26039934
3.20713794
3.62670333
3.81697974
3.58089222


That seems low - whats your hash rate?
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July 05, 2018, 02:19:11 PM
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That's not low for one B3 it's all the piece of crap can make in a day.
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That's not low for one B3 it's all the piece of crap can make in a day.

Well those figures are 1/2 of the BTM I am mining using a B3 - no overclocking - stock.

UPDATE:
MY ERROR: I was looking at my payout amounts. 

My daily average BTM over the last 17 days was 4.30 BTM.

I apologize for the error - I was looking at my payouts which come in at all different times and not exactly ever day at same time.

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July 06, 2018, 01:15:45 AM
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What pool are you using? I don't see how it's possible for lower hashrate to produce more coins. https://btccpool.info/btm/bm1q4lq9gycl44rpd0654dmdqdusg5fapj6rn59fxv
Been on this pool the past week and am using latest firmware.
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July 06, 2018, 01:37:45 AM
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wow I still can't believe people are buying bitmains products, after my experience with the D3 I won't buy from them ever again. But GL to whoever does, I think other avenues of mining are much better asics from bitmain that mine only one algo are junk IMHO Wink

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July 06, 2018, 01:42:01 AM
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What pool are you using? I don't see how it's possible for lower hashrate to produce more coins. https://btccpool.info/btm/bm1q4lq9gycl44rpd0654dmdqdusg5fapj6rn59fxv
Been on this pool the past week and am using latest firmware.

UPDATE:
MY ERROR: I was looking at my payout amounts. 

My daily average BTM over the last 17 days was 4.30 BTM.

I apologize for the error - I was looking at my payouts which come in at all different times and not exactly ever day at same time.

BoC_2017
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July 07, 2018, 07:25:34 PM
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hi guys,
who know how to connect to f2pool?


stratum+tcp://btm.f2pool.com:9221

btm address

123


it is right?

thanks everyone
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