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May 03, 2014, 12:39:55 AM
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Which Algo do you think is the best/holds the most interest with the public atm?

Scrypt-n pretty much had the market for a while, but with x11 and groestl (However you're supposed to say that!) coming up, which will become the new standard?


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May 03, 2014, 12:51:51 AM
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Which Algo do you think is the best/holds the most interest with the public atm?

Scrypt-n pretty much had the market for a while, but with x11 and groestl (However you're supposed to say that!) coming up, which will become the new standard?



I heard x11 is not fpga and asic resistance. So scrypt-n pretty much...

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May 03, 2014, 12:58:57 AM
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Which Algo do you think is the best/holds the most interest with the public atm?

Scrypt-n pretty much had the market for a while, but with x11 and groestl (However you're supposed to say that!) coming up, which will become the new standard?



I heard x11 is not fpga and asic resistance. So scrypt-n pretty much...
I vote for Groestl to replace scrypt since it's far more efficient than Nscrypt mining and even give CPU's a chance at lower diff.
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May 03, 2014, 01:15:48 AM
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I'd never really looked at groestl before - I thought it was just another subtle modification, but I'm really impressed by it!

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May 03, 2014, 01:18:54 AM
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Which Algo do you think is the best/holds the most interest with the public atm?

Scrypt-n pretty much had the market for a while, but with x11 and groestl (However you're supposed to say that!) coming up, which will become the new standard?



I heard x11 is not fpga and asic resistance. So scrypt-n pretty much...
I vote for Groestl to replace scrypt since it's far more efficient than Nscrypt mining and even give CPU's a chance at lower diff.
It isn't just more efficient than n-scrypt but it also runs alot quitere and cooler.
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