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June 26, 2014, 06:50:05 PM
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Hello guru's!

I'm new to mining but I have been introduced to bitcoin a long time now. Now, me and my buddies agreed to pool our funds then start mining. We are willing to invest probably around $15,000 ++. Initially, I was looking at Cointerra 1.6th/s but stumbled upon the Knc neptune miner but it seems Knc has issues. Finally, I saw the Spoondoolies sp30 rated at 6TH/S at around 2500watts.  I'm open to suggestions if any...I'm just new so please bear with me.


To get us started would it be worth it to invest in 3 SP30's? We already have an existing location we could use. Our electricity rate here is around 0.126 US $ , and we use 220v current. Would there be an issue if we draw power straight from the wall? What else do I need to get us started? Do I need avr's? high speed internet? Are the SP30's standalone rigs? Do I need a constant laptop connected? What laptops could you recommend? Server racks? 

Since this will be shared mining how do we settle splitting the mined coins fairly? there are 3 of us. Also, I have $5000 to spare on top of that so I was thinking of getting another sp30 to be setup at home or should I just include in our setup that'll make it a total of 4 units. But How do we go about splitting coins and expenses?

Please let me know your thoughts regarding this. Again, I do apologize for my lack of knowledge since I'm fairly new to mining.
I'm open to suggestions.Thanks everyone!
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August 01, 2014, 09:10:43 PM
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You're in the wrong section. This forum section is for people who already have miners and are trying to configure them. You probably want to be posting in https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=81.0.

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