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March 02, 2017, 07:41:33 PM
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I am another newbie with just 2 R4s. Had them for just 5 weeks, with just one for the 1st week.

So far I have been rewarded/paid 0.4786 btc (thru block # 454915). With both R4s running, I average about 17.4 to 17.5 THs.

Total actual rewarded is $502.64 USD, with todays price its up t around $590.00 or about 17% profit just based on the current value.

Alot of your return obviously depends on your electric cost, mine are relative low sine I have 100% solar on my home. I expect around $100 - $125 electric bill after by unused solar reserves each month. (my direct elec is 6.8 cents / kWh.

So for me, (so far) I expect with around $500 per month gross btc, and say 150/mo elec, so I will be netting $350/month. I should have my R4s paid off in another 9-10 months (if they keep running at 100%).

I just hope future months mimic February and the btc price at least holds steady, even though most predict significant increases.

Bottom line, for me after just over a month, is that I have no regrets for becoming a small home BTC miner..especially at KanoPool!!

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March 02, 2017, 09:14:43 PM
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I am very new to this, so my question comes from maybe a lack of knowledge. It doesn't seem like an S7 will earn even close to $70 per month, so how is that profitable? As I said I'm very new to this, but from my own experience so far with an S7 it will be a stretch to get enough btc to match $30-$35 per month at current bitcoin value. Unless you're counting on holding the btc and the value going up that much.

I paid $60 US for each S7 shipping, USPS Priority Intl. Duty isn't that much...so long as you declare value based on a used unit. It costs me US$70 a month to run an S7 there, but that includes the PSUs. I figure than even an A6 would make coin, given conditions, as it uses less power and therefore the monthly cost goes down to around US$50. If you can find someplace closer that's as efficient, go for it.

For the party who PM'd me re who Labrador is...www.cryptoboreas.com.

FWIW...for me, 2,500 mi away from the nearest continental land mass, Labrador is as "close" as anywhere.  Cool
We keep a very close eye on spot, but without sharing the math I can say that, hosted at Cryptoboreas, we have had 3 S7s running there since November, and the three of them are responsible for about half of our total ~28TH. So, I can say with accuracy/honesty that our USD revenue for the last week all were running was averaging a bit over USD$36/day; so the S7s are producing presently around $18/day, or $6/machine, or $180/mo/machine. I'd say that's still profitable. We won't get nervous unless spot drops to 800 or less.

I say "when all were running" because I have a 721 and a 741 here at home, and both are down due to bad PSU bricks. Anyone know if breakout boards for HP1000W bricks will work on HP1200W bricks?  Huh  I asked the vendor but haven't heard back. Getting antsy. Hate losing revenue.

Mine on.

EDIT: Guess I'll just order the 1200W bricks and see if these breakouts fit when the psu's get here...I'll lose another couple of days if I have to order new ones (and they cost more than the brick).

To infinity and beyond...on two 741s and one of only 3...nope, make that 4...full nodes in Hawaii...on <30A. (I have other gear on the Hoth ice planet)
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March 02, 2017, 10:51:42 PM
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Seems like all of the people that came back to the pool after seeing the good green luck lately brought us back with them nothing but bad luck!   Angry Undecided
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March 03, 2017, 12:35:53 AM
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Seems like all of the people that came back to the pool after seeing the good green luck lately brought us back with them nothing but bad luck!   Angry Undecided
Thanks them very much, without them, we take more time to found those bad luck block.
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March 03, 2017, 12:40:20 AM
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Seems like all of the people that came back to the pool after seeing the good green luck lately brought us back with them nothing but bad luck!   Angry Undecided
Thanks them very much, without them, we take more time to found those bad luck block.

...and this is the correct attitude  Smiley
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March 03, 2017, 12:42:43 AM
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It is necessary to attract new miners, My opinion is that they need to have changes in kano policies .. for the big miners .. a bad luck of 30% is terrible, in addition to the 5nd ...
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March 03, 2017, 12:43:58 AM
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Thanks to Pondule for a critical bit of info I needed on the PSU bricks...also saved me a couple of hundred bucks overall so I can upgrade my line conditioning gear. It's a good day.


To infinity and beyond...on two 741s and one of only 3...nope, make that 4...full nodes in Hawaii...on <30A. (I have other gear on the Hoth ice planet)
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March 03, 2017, 12:50:56 AM
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Seems like all of the people that came back to the pool after seeing the good green luck lately brought us back with them nothing but bad luck!   Angry Undecided
Interesting how they were able to affected the 20PH of miners here already and stop them from making blocks also Cheesy

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March 03, 2017, 01:00:57 AM
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It is necessary to attract new miners, My opinion is that they need to have changes in kano policies .. for the big miners .. a bad luck of 30% is terrible, in addition to the 5nd ...
Big miners don't look at 1 block luck %'s and make decisions on that number.
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March 03, 2017, 01:49:12 AM
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Seems like all of the people that came back to the pool after seeing the good green luck lately brought us back with them nothing but bad luck!   Angry Undecided
Interesting how they were able to affected the 20PH of miners here already and stop them from making blocks also Cheesy
Kano's Spring Break. This coming block around 400% Smiley)
Since we have more Miners coming, could you reduce the pool fee to 0.5%?
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March 03, 2017, 02:05:46 AM
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Seems like all of the people that came back to the pool after seeing the good green luck lately brought us back with them nothing but bad luck!   Angry Undecided
Interesting how they were able to affected the 20PH of miners here already and stop them from making blocks also Cheesy
Kano's Spring Break. This coming block around 400% Smiley)
Since we have more Miners coming, could you reduce the pool fee to 0.5%?

come on, 0.9% is very, very modest by all accounts AND we are getting tx fees (not so for the antpool).
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March 03, 2017, 04:24:58 AM
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Seems like all of the people that came back to the pool after seeing the good green luck lately brought us back with them nothing but bad luck!   Angry Undecided
Interesting how they were able to affected the 20PH of miners here already and stop them from making blocks also Cheesy
Kano's Spring Break. This coming block around 400% Smiley)
Since we have more Miners coming, could you reduce the pool fee to 0.5%?
Nope Tongue

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March 03, 2017, 06:08:00 AM
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Seems like all of the people that came back to the pool after seeing the good green luck lately brought us back with them nothing but bad luck!   Angry Undecided
Interesting how they were able to affected the 20PH of miners here already and stop them from making blocks also Cheesy
Kano's Spring Break. This coming block around 400% Smiley)
Since we have more Miners coming, could you reduce the pool fee to 0.5%?

a block averages  say 13 coins  x .009 = .117 coins   thats about 130 usd a block  which would be pretty good money if we made 3 blocks a day.

we make around a block a day  so 130 usd a day is very low. he spends hours of time and he runs servers.

I have no issue with the fee he charges. frankly  I rather he takes a little more.

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I see BTC as the super highway and alt coins as taxis and trucks needed to move transactions.
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March 03, 2017, 11:47:50 AM
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I say "when all were running" because I have a 721 and a 741 here at home, and both are down due to bad PSU bricks. Anyone know if breakout boards for HP1000W bricks will work on HP1200W bricks?  Huh  I asked the vendor but haven't heard back. Getting antsy. Hate losing revenue.

Mine on.

EDIT: Guess I'll just order the 1200W bricks and see if these breakouts fit when the psu's get here...I'll lose another couple of days if I have to order new ones (and they cost more than the brick).


I dont know about the 1000w breakout boards but I do know that the ones I have for a 700w and 1200w hp server psu boards are the same and are interchangeable.  They even have the same part number on the components.     So Im going to go out on a limb and assume that the 1000w boards would be the same as anything up to 1200    and I would not be supized if even the 1500w watt ones are the same.

Tho them hp power supplies can also have the wires soldered on directly and a jumper on the number 3 and 5 pin on the psu
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March 03, 2017, 02:58:43 PM
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I am another newbie with just 2 R4s. Had them for just 5 weeks, with just one for the 1st week.

So far I have been rewarded/paid 0.4786 btc (thru block # 454915). With both R4s running, I average about 17.4 to 17.5 THs.

Total actual rewarded is $502.64 USD, with todays price its up t around $590.00 or about 17% profit just based on the current value.

Alot of your return obviously depends on your electric cost, mine are relative low sine I have 100% solar on my home. I expect around $100 - $125 electric bill after by unused solar reserves each month. (my direct elec is 6.8 cents / kWh.

So for me, (so far) I expect with around $500 per month gross btc, and say 150/mo elec, so I will be netting $350/month. I should have my R4s paid off in another 9-10 months (if they keep running at 100%).

I just hope future months mimic February and the btc price at least holds steady, even though most predict significant increases.

Bottom line, for me after just over a month, is that I have no regrets for becoming a small home BTC miner..especially at KanoPool!!


R4s are pretty energy efficacy as well as the s9s    so I should hope you pulling in profits from 2 r4s running even if not on the best electric price rates. They should still be pulling in a good profit.   

S7s on the other hand use more watts then an r4 and a lot less hashrate.  So on the s7s it comes down to what some ones electric rates are and for btc price to stay high to be able to break even or on a good month when luck is good to do better then break even.
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March 03, 2017, 03:16:13 PM
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Wake up on Friday and no block Sad this is the big boy, >400% difficulty Smiley
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March 03, 2017, 03:19:18 PM
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Time for an EPIC BLOCK FRIDAY DAMMIT!!! Let's go kano-ites, watch out for the pending bockalanche...  Cool

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March 03, 2017, 03:33:08 PM
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Wake up on Friday and no block Sad this is the big boy, >400% difficulty Smiley

Wrong  at most 299-302%   Grin


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Wake up on Friday and no block Sad this is the big boy, >400% difficulty Smiley

Wrong  at most 299-302%   Grin


Ha ha I have been thinking lately that for thos that like to gamble maybe someone should set up a pool betting site..   Esp about how I know people who like to gamble so much that they would place wagers on cockroaches races if they could.


I'm going to start wondering if there might be something to some people's theory of bad luck following someone else to a pool.     If so maybe it would be a good time to try staying on the safe side and we should all shake a bloody chicken in a counter clockwise dance around our miners on full moon to ward off bad luck.  :-)






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March 03, 2017, 04:39:01 PM
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Okay, come on Block Friday! We are ready! Grin

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