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August 31, 2014, 03:12:45 PM
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I went ahead and purchased a ZenHashlet Solo since it seemed to be the way to go, but I was wondering what everyone else has been deciding.
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August 31, 2014, 03:22:01 PM
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I thought about this for awhile-

As it stands now, the payout for the hashlet prime and zenhash solo are identical.   However, the price between the prime and solo is almost 100%.   The solo won't get the upgrades that gaw is promising down the line, however, its rather hard to put a value on upgrades to happen in the future.    Also considering that all mining does lead to diminishing returns, the time expected to hit the mytical ROI beast we all chase isn't twice as long between the two options, it would likely be 4x's as long (just as a guess, not as a hard figure)   I mean, maybe the upgrades would be amazing and boost profitability, but there is no way to know this.   So given what we know right now-  Zenhash Solo would be a smarter investment then a Prime hashlet.  Right now the only difference between the two is that you can point your prime to a different pool that would pay less then the zensolo.    That's not an added value.   (granted, we don't know the future , so maybe future upgrades would make prime amazing, but only going off what is definately known)
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August 31, 2014, 07:00:15 PM
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I guess I wish there was more clarification on the Hashlet Prime. I believe the only thing that would convince me to purchase a Hashlet Prime would be if what I originally purchased would consistantly mine with the same profitability. To clarifiy, if a year from now 1MH/s would need to be 20MH/s then I feel that with a Hashlet Prime, it should adjust to that new mining difficulty. Maybe I'll shoot them an email to see if they can provide more information.
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August 31, 2014, 07:18:26 PM
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I thought about this for awhile-

As it stands now, the payout for the hashlet prime and zenhash solo are identical.   However, the price between the prime and solo is almost 100%.   The solo won't get the upgrades that gaw is promising down the line, however, its rather hard to put a value on upgrades to happen in the future.    Also considering that all mining does lead to diminishing returns, the time expected to hit the mytical ROI beast we all chase isn't twice as long between the two options, it would likely be 4x's as long (just as a guess, not as a hard figure)   I mean, maybe the upgrades would be amazing and boost profitability, but there is no way to know this.   So given what we know right now-  Zenhash Solo would be a smarter investment then a Prime hashlet.  Right now the only difference between the two is that you can point your prime to a different pool that would pay less then the zensolo.    That's not an added value.   (granted, we don't know the future , so maybe future upgrades would make prime amazing, but only going off what is definately known)

Thanks for the info, I have been contemplating between the two for a while now. I'm gonna go with the Zenhash Solo.

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September 01, 2014, 11:57:07 AM
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I just got 3x1 mhash cleverhashlets.

Seemed quote easy to set up and it looks like they are doing their thing.

Haven't had a pay out yet but it's only just been over 24 hours for me.

I nearly chose the prime, but thought I'd start at the bottom and see where it takes me Smiley
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September 01, 2014, 01:26:08 PM
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I just got 3x1 mhash cleverhashlets.

Let us know how they go, return / day for each of them.
I'm looking into getting a Hashlet myself, but wanna see how others go before I invest.

Any reason you got cleverhashlets over Zenhashlets who are on the Zenpool (higher payouts afaik) ?
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September 01, 2014, 01:47:25 PM
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I just got 3x1 mhash cleverhashlets.

Let us know how they go, return / day for each of them.
I'm looking into getting a Hashlet myself, but wanna see how others go before I invest.

Any reason you got cleverhashlets over Zenhashlets who are on the Zenpool (higher payouts afaik) ?

No reason at all really, I have been mining on various coin multipools but I had never heard of Zenhash if I'm honest. So I chose the cleverhash ones as I mine on that site with my gpu sometimes.

I'll let you know how I get on as soon as I get a payout Smiley
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September 02, 2014, 03:39:44 PM
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Using a ZenHashlet I've received a payout of 0.00067860 BTC/24hrs/MH and 0.00073994 BTC/24hrs/MH within the last 48hrs which is above what they've estimated so I'm happy so far.
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September 02, 2014, 04:16:12 PM
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Right so here goes. For my cleverhashlets I got as follows


Mining with 1mhs each I mined:

0.00038561 BTC
0.00041622 BTC
0.00039546 BTC

The following maintenance fee's were taken:

-0.00016736 BTC
-0.00016736 BTC
-0.00016736 BTC

So that leaves me with 0.00069521 BTC for my 3mhs so about 35 cents after the fees.

So if I use this as my current base, my ROI will be in 165 or so days.

If mining stays as it is, the it's probably just about worth it, if you have nothing better to do. The zen hashlets might be a more worthwhile venture.

I'll have a look again in a week and see what I have gained.

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September 02, 2014, 06:32:45 PM
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Right so here goes. For my cleverhashlets I got as follows


Mining with 1mhs each I mined:

0.00038561 BTC
0.00041622 BTC
0.00039546 BTC

The following maintenance fee's were taken:

-0.00016736 BTC
-0.00016736 BTC
-0.00016736 BTC

So that leaves me with 0.00069521 BTC for my 3mhs so about 35 cents after the fees.

So if I use this as my current base, my ROI will be in 165 or so days.

If mining stays as it is, the it's probably just about worth it, if you have nothing better to do. The zen hashlets might be a more worthwhile venture.

I'll have a look again in a week and see what I have gained.



Here am my payments using the zen pool for today.
Also 3 MH/s

0.00076678 BTC   
0.00068335 BTC   
0.00072072 BTC

After fees, I had  0.00166877, about 80 cents approx.

Hope that helped you a little.

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September 02, 2014, 06:41:11 PM
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Right so here goes. For my cleverhashlets I got as follows


Mining with 1mhs each I mined:

0.00038561 BTC
0.00041622 BTC
0.00039546 BTC

The following maintenance fee's were taken:

-0.00016736 BTC
-0.00016736 BTC
-0.00016736 BTC

So that leaves me with 0.00069521 BTC for my 3mhs so about 35 cents after the fees.

So if I use this as my current base, my ROI will be in 165 or so days.

If mining stays as it is, the it's probably just about worth it, if you have nothing better to do. The zen hashlets might be a more worthwhile venture.

I'll have a look again in a week and see what I have gained.



Here am my payments using the zen pool for today.
Also 3 MH/s

0.00076678 BTC   
0.00068335 BTC   
0.00072072 BTC

After fees, I had  0.00166877, about 80 cents approx.

Hope that helped you a little.

'Here am' might you be from brum?
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September 02, 2014, 07:14:26 PM
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September 03, 2014, 12:36:38 PM
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Decided to purchase Zen hashlets. On the dashboard, it states the average return as follows:
ZenPool   0.00064357 BTC

Zen pool does have highest payout. I will update this later, after 24hrs with actual payout info.

The registration process was quick and easy. Only thing the can simplify is in order to create your account you have to enter your activation code that they've emailed. However it does not automatically register your hashlet  you will need to register it with the activation code one in your dashboard. I was a bit confused for a few minutes, as I did not see anything happening.
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September 04, 2014, 12:53:03 PM
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Just bought 1 ZenHashlet.
Just got my activation mail, time to get it working! Smiley

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And it's activated and working!
Showing as 1.033 MH on my dashboard.
Yay!

Thx for the tip on how to setup the hashlet upstart7, saved me from looking around/working it out Smiley
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September 04, 2014, 12:59:38 PM
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Just bought a ZenHashlet.
Just got my activation mail, time to get it working! Smiley

-edit-
And it's activated and working!
Showing as 1.033 MH on my dashboard.
Yay!

Very easy to set up aren't they! Just need BTC price to increase now lol
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September 04, 2014, 01:08:49 PM
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Very easy to set up aren't they! Just need BTC price to increase now lol

Very easy!
Only started with crypto currency about a week ago, everything's still so new to me.
But Gawminers made it really easy to buy one and set it up.
Fun times!
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September 04, 2014, 01:18:53 PM
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Very easy to set up aren't they! Just need BTC price to increase now lol

Very easy!
Only started with crypto currency about a week ago, everything's still so new to me.
But Gawminers made it really easy to buy one and set it up.
Fun times!

you new guys have it all easy now lol! No configuring miners, no more heat from your computer!

You should stop by a few ann thread and say hello, there are a fair few decent community sets on here.

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September 04, 2014, 01:39:10 PM
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Anybody can tell me which one would let me make a profit? I did a lot of calculation and none seems to give me one?

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September 04, 2014, 01:54:23 PM
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Anybody can tell me which one would let me make a profit? I did a lot of calculation and none seems to give me one?

Hey, They should all give you a little profit at the moment. But the ROI is going to be about 3 months I would guess. The zen miner looks appealing as the pool pays out a little more on a daily basis.

Today on one of my clever hahlets I am in profit of 0.00032000 BTC after the fees have been taken.

hope this helps
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September 04, 2014, 02:10:44 PM
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The Hashlet Solos all dropped a dollar in price today. This is at the GAW miner site. The zen cloud prices have not changed yet.

So for example, Zen Hashlet is now $20.95

The Hashlet prime hasn't dropped in price.
It has not increased either, which makes a change.

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