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December 05, 2014, 10:15:37 AM
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I was wondering why Rockminer mining hardware is getting hard to find in stock any where. Eyeboot has stopped stocking miners indefinitely. Does anyone know of any other miners that have a good price per giga hash. A lot of my miners are the r-box 100 GH/s and I find them for around $60 - $75. So I would spend around $100-$200 if  the miners had good hash rates


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December 05, 2014, 10:20:00 AM
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I was wondering why Rockminer mining hardware is getting hard to find in stock any where. Eyeboot has stopped stocking miners indefinitely. Does anyone know of any other miners that have a good price per giga hash. A lot of my miners are the r-box 100 GH/s and I find them for around $60 - $75. So I would spend around $100-$200 if  the miners had good hash rates


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Have u tried CloudMining.website ? They are offering 0.001BTC/Ghs
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December 05, 2014, 10:29:43 AM
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I would but all the ones I have checked out I would end up paying more than what I would get back. Mining with miners is easier for me since I do not pay for electric. I have 4, 15 kilowatt wind turbines and solar panels. So all I am out is the money for miners which pay for themselves
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December 05, 2014, 10:32:35 AM
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I would but all the ones I have checked out I would end up paying more than what I would get back. Mining with miners is easier for me since I do not pay for electric. I have 4, 15 kilowatt wind turbines and solar panels. So all I am out is the money for miners which pay for themselves

look into Amhash listed on havelock. they are away to sell amhash3 shares.

rockminer is sadly in a state of stagnation and not producing hardware and possibly dying.
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December 05, 2014, 10:43:44 AM
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I was wondering why Rockminer mining hardware is getting hard to find in stock any where. Eyeboot has stopped stocking miners indefinitely. Does anyone know of any other miners that have a good price per giga hash. A lot of my miners are the r-box 100 GH/s and I find them for around $60 - $75. So I would spend around $100-$200 if  the miners had good hash rates


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Have u tried CloudMining.website ? They are offering 0.001BTC/Ghs

He's asking about mining Hardware. Dont suggest anyone to lose their money in Ponzey Schemes.
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December 05, 2014, 10:50:00 AM
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http://shop.rockminer.com/
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December 05, 2014, 11:05:30 AM
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.shop.rockminer.com isn't the answer I don't want to buy in bulk. A lot of the miners they sell they want you to buy in quantities of 10 or more
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December 05, 2014, 11:08:56 AM
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.shop.rockminer.com isn't the answer I don't want to buy in bulk. A lot of the miners they sell they want you to buy in quantities of 10 or more

I just added one to my cart at 170mBTC

The order is completed, you will receive 170 integral ,and bonus 0.00 mBTCbonus。
Total products money: 170.00 mBTC + Shipping money: 60.00 mBTC
Total payable money: 230.00 mBTC
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December 05, 2014, 11:11:08 AM
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I would but all the ones I have checked out I would end up paying more than what I would get back. Mining with miners is easier for me since I do not pay for electric. I have 4, 15 kilowatt wind turbines and solar panels. So all I am out is the money for miners which pay for themselves

I think, at 0.001BTC/Ghs, u wont pay more than what u'll get in the long run. Especially difficulty has not gone upward for 2 consecutive terms.
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December 05, 2014, 03:17:24 PM
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You should check out us, Hashie, as well Smiley

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December 05, 2014, 09:08:36 PM
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I thought rockminer was selling their R-box in single again..?  I bought the "old" R-box as a single from them, I liked it.  I am debating buying the new R-box but haven't yet.  I still have a lot of bitmain miners soo.. ya *shrugs* I like my S1's and S3's.
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December 05, 2014, 09:47:40 PM
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how well does bitmain do

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