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October 01, 2014, 03:03:42 AM
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I remember seeing a mining calculator that I forgot to bookmark that was able to do all these things:

1. calculate mining revenue per difficulty adjust, while considering the difficulty increase % to adjust the time between adjusts.  ie. 20% diff increase adjusts sooner and more often than 10%
2. set a future date as the start date
3. reduce the future difficulty adjusts by a set amount, ie. 13% next adjust, then 12, then 11, then 10 etc.

I'm currently using http://aleks1k.github.io/bitcoin-calculator/ which is basically perfect except for missing #3.  The good thing about this one is that I believe it takes real time data including how soon the upcoming adjust is.
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October 02, 2014, 01:39:37 AM
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I remember seeing a mining calculator that I forgot to bookmark that was able to do all these things:

1. calculate mining revenue per difficulty adjust, while considering the difficulty increase % to adjust the time between adjusts.  ie. 20% diff increase adjusts sooner and more often than 10%
2. set a future date as the start date
3. reduce the future difficulty adjusts by a set amount, ie. 13% next adjust, then 12, then 11, then 10 etc.

I'm currently using http://aleks1k.github.io/bitcoin-calculator/ which is basically perfect except for missing #3.  The good thing about this one is that I believe it takes real time data including how soon the upcoming adjust is.
I did a quick check and this appears to match my spreadsheet. Very nice work. I can retire now.
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October 02, 2014, 01:41:29 AM
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3. reduce the future difficulty adjusts by a set amount, ie. 13% next adjust, then 12, then 11, then 10 etc.

I'm currently using http://aleks1k.github.io/bitcoin-calculator/ which is basically perfect except for missing #3.  The good thing about this one is that I believe it takes real time data including how soon the upcoming adjust is.
OK, you can do #3 in my spreadsheet.
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October 18, 2014, 03:04:51 AM
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Bump - for all you guys who want to calculate ROI. This calculator is accurate.

http://aleks1k.github.io/bitcoin-calculator/
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October 18, 2014, 03:43:33 AM
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Bump - for all you guys who want to calculate ROI. This calculator is accurate.

http://aleks1k.github.io/bitcoin-calculator/


Thanks but I you should try bitcoinwisdom's calculator, I find it better..

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