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Author Topic: [ANN] The First Litecoin PPS Pool (litecoinpool.org)  (Read 220919 times)
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August 05, 2019, 12:26:45 PM
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Hello. Two of the four l3+ stopped connecting to the pool. Setting up my account on the pool?
All good for me, watch u settings in admin panel.

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August 07, 2019, 06:11:36 PM
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We need more than 102% PPS after halving, please =(

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August 07, 2019, 09:18:26 PM
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We need more than 102% PPS after halving, please =(

At current prices, a buddy figured that you need to be mining LTC at less than 4c kWh or at this difficulty and price points the boat don't float.

Also, you can buy Innsolicon 30TH 2,200 watt miners at $900 with $50 shipping to the USA. They would arrive after September 1st, 2019. Thus

they would be under the new Trump administration tariffs. So on top of the 25% Tariff, this would be an additional 10% tariff along with import fees

that comes out to 37.6% import fees. Thus the above (I think legit) offer above of an Innsolicon 30TH 2,200 watt BTC miner for $950 with shipping

after the above tariffs, this comes out to $1,307.20 (Note: the $50 shipping was also included in import fees and tariff because though not right/fair

on all miners FedEx or DHL this always seems to be the case, so just going with that view)

That boat doesn't float at 10c kWh very well here in the USA anyway for LTC mining.

On top of that, everyone that is in a NON-VAT (Europe has a VAT tax) or Tariff on China (like the USA with its 37.6% with import fees added).

Well, hard to compete, if say you can meet the above 4c kWh or below electric costs and/or get equipment above all day long at $950 compared to the

EU or USA all day long.

ugly, ugly, ugly!

Something better break price-wise or difficulty wise with Litecoin or we won't be sweating the www.litecoinpool.org percentage difference from 101%

to 102% or whatever. We will be playing Submarine, price wise, which I assume everyone and myself is doing now.

If you do have under 4c kWh electric, let me know, I may fly there and check it out for hosting! (alas! scammers will now flock to pm me)

What I really need is an 'honest' buddy in Mexico, buy ASIC equipment of any flavor and ship to Mexico and have him frigging LEGALLY just drive the 'used' stuff

across the border to another buddy in Texas!

Alas! No balls!

Brad

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August 09, 2019, 01:38:19 PM
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One word "solar" Im solar powered off grid time to learn to mine!
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August 10, 2019, 05:51:04 AM
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Just a few short weeks ago, my 5 gigahash was earning me $25 a day.   Today I made less than $7
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August 10, 2019, 05:48:54 PM
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One word "solar" Im solar powered off grid time to learn to mine!
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I sent you a PM of why that is not gonna work in my area. I'm denied adding any extra and can't seem to go

off grid from my utility for mining. Seems to be no exceptions. So unless I want to mine extra electric to them

for free by being over capacity for my residential house use. ($90 a month which means anything I overproduce

over $9 they shoot back to me, they get to keep and put on the residential market and sell at 17.26c kWh. (Thus,

you see why I was looking into this). In other words, we CAN'T go completely off-grid (city and state zoning)

and a contractor can't build solar at a capacity over the 10%, your utility limits on your past year average, usage cap. I may be stuck indeed!

Well, that is not gonna happen. The last couple of years this is now the new normal before you did not have these constraints

on solar sell back or size of stuff.

I'm dorked!

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