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Author Topic: [MMC] Memorycoin 2.0, the most profitable in GPU mining  (Read 2825 times)
cudido
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January 11, 2014, 07:17:41 PM
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He is currently the most profitable through GPU.

Look here:
http://mmcwiki.com/memorycoin_mining_ati_hardware_comparison

and insert the h/m of your video card here:
http://agran.net/memorycoin2_calc.html


After look the same profittability with your favorite scrypt coin.

example:

At this difficulty with a single R9 270x you have 10 h/m = 5.13 USD at day at 0.000347965 MMC/BTC (bter.com)

With Litecoin you have 400 Kh/m = 3.07 USD at day at 0.02947 LTC/BTC (bter.com)


5.13 $ vs 3.07 $ !!!!!!!!!!!!


Use your brain and mine Memorycoin 2.0


http://memorycoin.org/
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January 11, 2014, 07:32:24 PM
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I was mining MMC2 with GPU and I got only half of what this calculator says. Other half was lost - maybe thanks to miner which is not open source, or thanks to 1GH pool, which has issued it. Or maybe because of wrong calculator.
In any case - you do not get as much coins as you expect!
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January 11, 2014, 07:39:07 PM
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I was mining MMC2 with GPU and I got only half of what this calculator says. Other half was lost - maybe thanks to miner which is not open source, or thanks to 1GH pool, which has issued it. Or maybe because of wrong calculator.
In any case - you do not get as much coins as you expect!

 Huh
At me it works well (i have R9 270X and go at 10.5 h/s in 1GH pool)



 
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January 11, 2014, 07:43:47 PM
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works fine for me too.  I think what you might be experiencing is variance.  Consider that those calculators assume that you're paid at 100% PPS.  You're not, these pools are proportional(despite calling themselves Round based PPS), and they have Fees.  So they're subject to variance on the 97% you mine at.   

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