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January 02, 2018, 12:27:54 AM
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Thanks for your response.
So it sounds like whatever USB based Asic days gone for good?

Any suggestion other than Chinese Antminers?
I'd definitely refuse those because there was already countable speculations that they had untrustworthy firmware codes.

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January 02, 2018, 03:25:33 AM
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Thanks for your response.
So it sounds like whatever USB based Asic days gone for good?

Any suggestion other than Chinese Antminers?
I'd definitely refuse those because there was already countable speculations that they had untrustworthy firmware codes.



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January 02, 2018, 12:08:58 PM
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Hi! I am interested in mining using Bitminter. I would like to ask last month I have used Bitminter then I stop mining for 3 weeks and opened again and I did not found my previous mined BTC? I would like to ask also if I could use video card lower than GT1070? Thank you.
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January 02, 2018, 03:22:53 PM
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Any suggestion other than Chinese Antminers?
I'd definitely refuse those because there was already countable speculations that they had untrustworthy firmware codes.


Finding a miner not Made in China is like finding a brand new miner... they don't really exist.  What you can do is purchase a Made in China miner that has been refurbished in the United States by a reputable retailer who will have installed legit firmware on the machine.  It will surely be configured to point to the retailer's own mining pool out of the box, but then once it's on, just point it to Bitminter servers with your username and that's about as straight as you can shoot in the shady world of bitcoin mining.



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January 02, 2018, 04:34:29 PM
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Hi! I am interested in mining using Bitminter. I would like to ask last month I have used Bitminter then I stop mining for 3 weeks and opened again and I did not found my previous mined BTC? I would like to ask also if I could use video card lower than GT1070? Thank you.

You can't mine bitcoin with a PC anymore. You need to buy a modern bitcoin ASIC miner (not the ancient USB-based ones). 1000 GH/s is now extremely slow - the fastest miner right now I believe does 16000 GH/s.

What disappeared was not BTC, it was the session statistics showing how much work you did this session. If you log into the website you can see the work you have done over all time under "my account" -> "workers" in the website menu.

Your balance in bitcoin you can see under "my account" -> "overview". You get paid when blocks are found.

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January 02, 2018, 09:07:35 PM
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Any suggestion other than Chinese Antminers?
I'd definitely refuse those because there was already countable speculations that they had untrustworthy firmware codes.


Finding a miner not Made in China is like finding a brand new miner... they don't really exist.  What you can do is purchase a Made in China miner that has been refurbished in the United States by a reputable retailer who will have installed legit firmware on the machine.  It will surely be configured to point to the retailer's own mining pool out of the box, but then once it's on, just point it to Bitminter servers with your username and that's about as straight as you can shoot in the shady world of bitcoin mining.




That's what I was thinking.
Thanks Haterson915, Happy New Year and Happy Mining!
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January 05, 2018, 10:15:57 AM
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Good to see the hash rate of the pool up so high, almost 6000Th when I looked a second ago!
However made my excitement at regularly being in the Top 20 when I got my second miner very short-lived! :-D
Hope Cryptokeeper is wearing ear-muffs being surrounded by all those miners.
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January 10, 2018, 03:02:43 PM
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There is a (POSABLE) new miner out called Dragonmint miner. I saw it on Ebay for preorder and on Bitcointalk. It's supposed to hit 16TH. If it is legit it's great for mining and it's not Bitmain's. Launch date is March/April My advice is to wait and see before putting any money into a preorder.
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January 10, 2018, 03:11:03 PM
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There is a (POSABLE) new miner out called Dragonmint miner. I saw it on Ebay for preorder and on Bitcointalk. It's supposed to hit 16TH. If it is legit it's great for mining and it's not Bitmain's. Launch date is March/April My advice is to wait and see before putting any money into a preorder.

I saw this back in November https://www.crypto-news.net/dragonmint-16t-miner-announced-and-available-for-pre-order/

I cannot remember where but I also remember reading that they are $1595 each with a minimum order of 5. Any of us who have been around a long time will run a mile at the words 'Pre-Order' so I'll second your advice to wait until there is an actual product shipping.

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January 10, 2018, 05:40:11 PM
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The site said it was sold out on orders. Somebody's going to be crying or jumping for joy. The resaleres are asking 5/6K for each on Ebay. If this is a real miner it's better to order from the manufacturer at a good price point and be covered by there warranty which looks good on there spec sheet. I can't afford there 5 unit order but an escrow for a group buy would be more to my affordability.
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January 10, 2018, 11:08:08 PM
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I am new to the forum and have read in the thread opening something of mining pool. Can anyone recommend to which pool you should participate
What do you have to consider when participating?
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January 11, 2018, 06:54:08 AM
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I am new to the forum and have read in the thread opening something of mining pool. Can anyone recommend to which pool you should participate
What do you have to consider when participating?

Bitminter is a mining pool - go to https://bitminter.com to register.

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January 11, 2018, 05:39:06 PM
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I am new to the forum and have read in the thread opening something of mining pool. Can anyone recommend to which pool you should participate
What do you have to consider when participating?

Bitminter is a mining pool - go to https://bitminter.com to register.


DrHaribo is right, bitminter is a good pool. Smiley
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January 11, 2018, 08:46:51 PM
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Guys:
I'm new here and wanted to get some feed back on how this site works verses Nicehash.

I've been mining my two computer GPU's on this site with averages of 11MHPS on one and 30MHPS on the other.


I've been mining almost 3 weeks and only received 0.00000005 to date.

I've been mining my CPU at only 150kh at nice hash for two days and received 0.00007110

What am i doing wrong at Bitminter to receive so little vs the small hash rate at Nicehash?
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January 11, 2018, 09:07:48 PM
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I've been mining my two computer GPU's on this site with averages of 11MHPS on one and 30MHPS on the other.

If you want to mine bitcoin you need to buy a modern bitcoin ASIC miner. Today 1000 GH/s is extremely slow and the fastest miner, I believe, has 16000 GH/s (16 000 000 MH/s).

There are some altcoins you can still mine with a PC. Some services let you mine altcoins and get paid in bitcoin.

At Bitminter we only support bitcoin mining (with merged mining of namecoin). Maybe we'll support other coins in the future.

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January 11, 2018, 09:14:02 PM
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I've been mining my two computer GPU's on this site with averages of 11MHPS on one and 30MHPS on the other.

If you want to mine bitcoin you need to buy a modern bitcoin ASIC miner. Today 1000 GH/s is extremely slow and the fastest miner, I believe, has 16000 GH/s (16 000 000 MH/s).

There are some altcoins you can still mine with a PC. Some services let you mine altcoins and get paid in bitcoin.

At Bitminter we only support bitcoin mining (with merged mining of namecoin). Maybe we'll support other coins in the future.


Thanks for the reply.  I didnt specify but i'm mining bitcoin on both computers, but found it strange that Bitminter had two GPU's running for two weeks and only paid out a small amount while the CPU mined bitcoin at Nicehash for two days and the pay out was 3x or more.
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January 11, 2018, 10:01:56 PM
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Thanks for the reply.  I didnt specify but i'm mining bitcoin on both computers, but found it strange that Bitminter had two GPU's running for two weeks and only paid out a small amount while the CPU mined bitcoin at Nicehash for two days and the pay out was 3x or more.

That's because you're not actually mining bitcoin with that CPU. If you mine bitcoin with a CPU you earn nothing.

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January 12, 2018, 07:23:00 AM
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There is a (POSABLE) new miner out called Dragonmint miner. I saw it on Ebay for preorder and on Bitcointalk. It's supposed to hit 16TH. If it is legit it's great for mining and it's not Bitmain's. Launch date is March/April My advice is to wait and see before putting any money into a preorder.


The Dragonmint miner is real! I have had physical contact Smiley
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January 12, 2018, 07:55:55 AM
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Thanks for your response.
So it sounds like whatever USB based Asic days gone for good?

Any suggestion other than Chinese Antminers?
I'd definitely refuse those because there was already countable speculations that they had untrustworthy firmware codes.



the only usb asic stick  with a modern chip  is designed to mine LTC  not BTC

There is no small  quiet BTC miner with a modern chip.


A modified s-9   using 1 board vs 3 boards  can be made if you have an old firmware model

this uses about 385 watts  to hash 3550gh


I see BTC as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions.
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January 12, 2018, 05:33:47 PM
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There is a (POSABLE) new miner out called Dragonmint miner. I saw it on Ebay for preorder and on Bitcointalk. It's supposed to hit 16TH. If it is legit it's great for mining and it's not Bitmain's. Launch date is March/April My advice is to wait and see before putting any money into a preorder.
If you trust that Dragonmint is the real deal, Is anyone interested in a group buy. I would like 2 more machines but I don't need 5. I might be able to sell one more.

The Dragonmint miner is real! I have had physical contact Smiley
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