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August 10, 2014, 06:50:51 PM
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Hello

I plan to buy 1-2 antminer i have 2 questions :

How much $$ electric it will cost about in 1 month (avarage)

How much coins i can get per month if i run 2 miners 24/24 ?


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August 10, 2014, 07:41:57 PM
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I plan to buy 1-2 antminer i have 2 questions :

How much $$ electric it will cost about in 1 month (avarage)

How much coins i can get per month if i run 2 miners 24/24 ?





Hi there to answer these it best to go to www.coinwarz.com     There you will be able to add some data at the top of the page to help work this out.....    

you will need the following info   the total hash rate

the watts the units use

the cost of your power per k/w    

and the site will work it out for ya....

with the btc per month figure look at the table there and get the daily btc earning figure times that by 30 days  and then take about 10-15 percent off to factor in diff increases and bad luck  and that will be pretty close to the mark
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