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March 26, 2012, 04:39:43 AM
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With the new found power some individuals have with FPGA and such, does it make sense to solo mine?
At what hash rate would you consider solo mining feasible?

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March 26, 2012, 04:44:28 AM
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I have 16GH expanding to 20GH and I see absolutely no reason to solo mine.  p2pool = solo mining w/ shared rewards.  If you don't want to use p2pool support a smaller pool.  Take Bitminter = ~150GH/s to 200 GH/s.  Even if you had 50 GH/s why not mine with 1/5th the variance.

When the only options were high fee hopper vulnerable pools solomining made more sense.  Today I just don't see a point. 
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