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January 06, 2017, 03:23:21 AM
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there were better things to mine in 2014, in 2015 i don't know i was not mining no real profit early 2015 with my power

monero was obscured by better alternative, unless back then it was possibile to reach crazy hash with a 970 like 1000 hash, not sure about the potential of this algo

or simply private miner for it well all over the place, like with byteball the cryptonote coin which monero copyed

Or we can look at the simpler solution here which is the miners have always sucked for Cryptonote and they needed to be improved but no one took a look at them for the last two years or so.

some day miners will understand the 4 dimensions ... but that require a brain and patience

i see you understand, antantti :p

Derp... My mission continues.

i was talking about the price obviously, not the coin itself, back it was dumped to the ground as low as 200k satoshi, not comparable with today

so dev weren't incentivated to do a better miner, not to mention there were far better option to mine at that time

And I mentioned that the difficulty has increased to match the price in addition to talking about the price. You know difficulty is correlative to how much you make, right? Literally right there... Even included links to charts.

Far better option then what? As I said put 500hash into whattomine and look at profits for a 1070. 970s had even less hashrate back then.

how can you compare now with what it was back then whattomine can't do anything, there were another better coins before, if you are talking about 2015

if you said "years" before and not "year" i can even assume 2014 which is even worse for monero, jackpotcoin alone put it to shame on profit

Wow dude, you can't even keep your responses organized and confuse yourself when talking.

wow  Shocked  coming from you who makes totally unreadable posts, that must be a compliment.

btw: are you planning a Troll Anniversary of some sort soon ? 3 years of insane trolling, you should celebrate

bensam: making bitcointalk trolled again (and again, and again ....)

Coming from a self-proclaimed troll who has mentioned he should 'get paid for trolling SPs thread', not sure what to make of that.

The times are harder this year... since lbry launch in fact, at least the BTC rised.. something positive :p

but im a bit angry/disappointed by the community in general

Yup, with the uprising of Ethereum GPU mining has grown more centralized. Although profits in general have seemed to be on a down hill slope, it seems like profits are becoming overall more stable. IE less likely for things to become completely unprofitable as they sometimes used to.

Sadly the attention Ethereum has garnered hasn't been good. There is more and more large scale deployments happening and I suspect revenue per 1070 will eventually be pushed south of $1.

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January 06, 2017, 07:11:15 AM
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yes, its what i meant. That and the multiplication of closed source projects which take and rarely share

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January 06, 2017, 01:37:53 PM
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Makes me wonder if someone is trying to replicate the BTC crash of '13-14.

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January 06, 2017, 01:55:11 PM
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Makes me wonder if someone is trying to replicate the BTC crash of '13-14.
nobody is replicating anything... people are just greedy and if btc start to go down, they will just panic sell (as usual)

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January 06, 2017, 02:36:19 PM
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The best miner for monero on gtx 1070 ? payment and dont , how much hashrate ? .
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January 06, 2017, 02:37:45 PM
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The best miner for monero on gtx 1070 ? payment and dont , how much hashrate ? .

open source 700 hash, sp has one that does 900 hash
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January 06, 2017, 02:48:42 PM
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The asian CENTRAL banks are issuing warnings. And people seem to still believe them  Grin

I bet western CENTRAL banks will soon follow with "their" warnings. (after all they are all in bed with each other anyway)


This demonstrates the true power of cryptocurrencies and these banks actually shit their pants in fear.  Wink

Bitcoin and Co ... is one HECK of a revolution and it is a shame that we (sometimes) fight each other instead of pulling all on one end.

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January 06, 2017, 03:21:13 PM
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Makes me wonder if someone is trying to replicate the BTC crash of '13-14.
nobody is replicating anything... people are just greedy and if btc start to go down, they will just panic sell (as usual)

Uh huh... So having a couple hundred million dump all at the same time after a prolonged pump isn't indicative of anything? Nothing looked like it was going down hill before someone sold it all.

At least it's going back to 900. If we're lucky it'll stay +750 like pre Dec prices.

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January 06, 2017, 03:45:41 PM
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Just as a FYI, I'm approaching 50% burnout rate on EVGA 5173 cards. For some reason the other models are alright, but it's almost exclusively 5173 cards.

Stupid me sending in rebates too so I can't just send them back to Newegg I have to go through a month long RMA to EVGA. -_-

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January 06, 2017, 03:54:06 PM
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any news from sp?
he claimed over 500 sols on 1060!

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January 06, 2017, 04:14:49 PM
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The best miner for monero on gtx 1070 ? payment and dont , how much hashrate ? .

open source 700 hash, sp has one that does 900 hash

Thanks Smiley .
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January 06, 2017, 08:38:23 PM
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Makes me wonder if someone is trying to replicate the BTC crash of '13-14.
nobody is replicating anything... people are just greedy and if btc start to go down, they will just panic sell (as usual)

people selling the top, and selling on the way down in a panic state.

somewhere in the 850-920 range it will stabilize, at a hearty gain over the original $780 rally trigger. From there, the upward trend will resume and we can see $1000 in a month or two

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January 06, 2017, 08:41:50 PM
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Makes me wonder if someone is trying to replicate the BTC crash of '13-14.
nobody is replicating anything... people are just greedy and if btc start to go down, they will just panic sell (as usual)

people selling the top, and selling on the way down in a panic state.

somewhere in the 850-920 range it will stabilize, at a hearty gain over the original $780 rally trigger. From there, the upward trend will resume and we can see $1000 in a month or two

I love crypto predictions, they're like a dime a dozen and almost always wrong except for the people that happen to be right out of luck. xD

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January 06, 2017, 09:49:28 PM
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Makes me wonder if someone is trying to replicate the BTC crash of '13-14.
nobody is replicating anything... people are just greedy and if btc start to go down, they will just panic sell (as usual)

people selling the top, and selling on the way down in a panic state.

somewhere in the 850-920 range it will stabilize, at a hearty gain over the original $780 rally trigger. From there, the upward trend will resume and we can see $1000 in a month or two

I love crypto predictions, they're like a dime a dozen and almost always wrong except for the people that happen to be right out of luck. xD

fair enough. its tough to predict whether we go stagnant for months, see linear growth, or decide "lets move 30% in 3 days!"

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January 06, 2017, 11:06:46 PM
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Hey sp_

do you have a pascal updated lbry miner ? (i saw you had a private one but you list old compute card, there is the sp lbry #3 too but still updated, same as sp miner 7 ?) and open source is only cuda 7.5 no 8 around ?

if so can you post some numbers with 1070 @ 66% tdp ? & pricing, thanks Smiley

Also what about the XMR miner, going to keep it private, if so can it be bought like your other private ones ?
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January 06, 2017, 11:09:15 PM
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Speaking about crypto predictions, looks like lbc has finally found floor and has actually started normal procedures...
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January 07, 2017, 07:11:57 AM
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Speaking about crypto predictions, looks like lbc has finally found floor and has actually started normal procedures...


a very small little pump, i would take it in consideration when it return to 2k+ and heading to 10k

in theory it should be pumped at least another time
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January 07, 2017, 11:10:04 AM
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Just as a FYI, I'm approaching 50% burnout rate on EVGA 5173 cards. For some reason the other models are alright, but it's almost exclusively 5173 cards.

Stupid me sending in rebates too so I can't just send them back to Newegg I have to go through a month long RMA to EVGA. -_-

I would suggest you to add thermal pads to vrms, and cool them actively
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January 07, 2017, 11:35:44 AM
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Anyone link me best miner for algo CryptoNote for nvidia and windows 10 x64 , compiled , thanks Smiley .
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January 07, 2017, 11:57:54 AM
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Anyone link me best miner for algo CryptoNote for nvidia and windows 10 x64 , compiled , thanks Smiley .

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