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May 13, 2012, 03:59:09 PM
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I got legally access to 50 pc's (probably more).

I was wondering about what i could do, to earn some bucks on them. And since i'm not the one paying the electricity bill, i'll might as well use them for mining bitcoins.

Since i have never in my life been mining bitcoins i was wondering about how i would get myself started.
These aren't gamer computers with sick gfx cards. So i'm stuck with cpu mining.
It's not fantastic CPUs but they're allright.

I would like to do this on "auto pilot" Meaning that the funds automatically gets transferred to my own account.




Could someone estimate how much i could make with these 50 cpu's mining for me. Approx a day? or a month ?


Sincerely usrrse.
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May 13, 2012, 04:03:39 PM
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0.05 BTC a day if you're lucky?
You saying 50 CPUs tells nothing about the performance of them.

Are they 50 i7's or 50 PII? lol

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Yeah .05 is stretching it.  I've been in the situation  Cool

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May 13, 2012, 04:06:44 PM
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0.05 BTC a day if you're lucky?
You saying 50 CPUs tells nothing about the performance of them.

Are they 50 i7's or 50 PII? lol


They're like i3's i guess. Performance may be abit below that.
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May 13, 2012, 04:11:27 PM
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0.05 BTC a day if you're lucky?
You saying 50 CPUs tells nothing about the performance of them.

Are they 50 i7's or 50 PII? lol


They're like i3's i guess. Performance may be abit below that.

My god. How can it be affordable to mine these coins lol ?
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May 13, 2012, 04:14:46 PM
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It isn't, with CPUs. GPUs are much more efficient. Honestly it probably won't even be worth the time to set it up and maintain it, unless you place a very low value on your time.

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May 14, 2012, 02:38:51 AM
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If I were you, instead of mining Bitcoins directly, I will mine litecoins and sell them for Bitcoins.
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I got legally access to 50 pc's (probably more).

I was wondering about what i could do, to earn some bucks on them. And since i'm not the one paying the electricity bill, i'll might as well use them for mining bitcoins.

Since i have never in my life been mining bitcoins i was wondering about how i would get myself started.
These aren't gamer computers with sick gfx cards. So i'm stuck with cpu mining.
It's not fantastic CPUs but they're allright.

I would like to do this on "auto pilot" Meaning that the funds automatically gets transferred to my own account.




Could someone estimate how much i could make with these 50 cpu's mining for me. Approx a day? or a month ?


Sincerely usrrse.
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May 14, 2012, 02:41:01 AM
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If I were you, instead of mining Bitcoins directly, I will mine litecoins and sell them for Bitcoins.

Yep.

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May 14, 2012, 05:52:07 AM
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if they have pci express than load them up with 6970's or similar and mineminemine
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May 14, 2012, 06:46:09 AM
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Oh yeah, start investing ~50-60$ (HD5770) per pc to start mining lol, really eazy earning isn't it?

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May 14, 2012, 07:07:23 AM
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You are a crook.

I got legally access to 50 pc's (probably more).

I was wondering about what i could do, to earn some bucks on them. And since i'm not the one paying the electricity bill, i'll might as well use them for mining bitcoins.

Since i have never in my life been mining bitcoins i was wondering about how i would get myself started.
These aren't gamer computers with sick gfx cards. So i'm stuck with cpu mining.
It's not fantastic CPUs but they're allright.

I would like to do this on "auto pilot" Meaning that the funds automatically gets transferred to my own account.




Could someone estimate how much i could make with these 50 cpu's mining for me. Approx a day? or a month ?


Sincerely usrrse.
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May 14, 2012, 07:08:32 AM
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You are a worse crook than the first crook.

If I were you, instead of mining Bitcoins directly, I will mine litecoins and sell them for Bitcoins.
 Wink

I got legally access to 50 pc's (probably more).

I was wondering about what i could do, to earn some bucks on them. And since i'm not the one paying the electricity bill, i'll might as well use them for mining bitcoins.

Since i have never in my life been mining bitcoins i was wondering about how i would get myself started.
These aren't gamer computers with sick gfx cards. So i'm stuck with cpu mining.
It's not fantastic CPUs but they're allright.

I would like to do this on "auto pilot" Meaning that the funds automatically gets transferred to my own account.




Could someone estimate how much i could make with these 50 cpu's mining for me. Approx a day? or a month ?


Sincerely usrrse.
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May 14, 2012, 07:15:29 AM
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You are a crook.

I got legally access to 50 pc's (probably more).

I was wondering about what i could do, to earn some bucks on them. And since i'm not the one paying the electricity bill, i'll might as well use them for mining bitcoins.

Since i have never in my life been mining bitcoins i was wondering about how i would get myself started.
These aren't gamer computers with sick gfx cards. So i'm stuck with cpu mining.
It's not fantastic CPUs but they're allright.

I would like to do this on "auto pilot" Meaning that the funds automatically gets transferred to my own account.




Could someone estimate how much i could make with these 50 cpu's mining for me. Approx a day? or a month ?


Sincerely usrrse.

You are a worse crook than the first crook.

If I were you, instead of mining Bitcoins directly, I will mine litecoins and sell them for Bitcoins.
 Wink

I got legally access to 50 pc's (probably more).

I was wondering about what i could do, to earn some bucks on them. And since i'm not the one paying the electricity bill, i'll might as well use them for mining bitcoins.

Since i have never in my life been mining bitcoins i was wondering about how i would get myself started.
These aren't gamer computers with sick gfx cards. So i'm stuck with cpu mining.
It's not fantastic CPUs but they're allright.

I would like to do this on "auto pilot" Meaning that the funds automatically gets transferred to my own account.




Could someone estimate how much i could make with these 50 cpu's mining for me. Approx a day? or a month ?


Sincerely usrrse.

OK, now that you so kindly told us what the OP is, please tell us what YOU are...

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