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I'm curious to see how this ASICs new affects the market... Hopefully it does not screw it up anytime soon. I predict LTC/BTC exchange will plummet though.
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I'm curious to see how this ASICs new affects the market... Hopefully it does not screw it up anytime soon. I predict LTC/BTC exchange will plummet though.
Difficulty will go up and the price will as well, assuming it isn't completely abandoned.

I'm glad to see the value of doge rising for the time being.
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Killer, the gap is hash performance is closing pretty quick. My 7950 @ 1050 / 1500 does 620 KH/s, I imagine pretty soon the 670 will be around there and the 680 at the high 600s thumb.gif

Also, that video was awesome tongue.gif TO THE MOON!

The developer of cuderminer has already stated that it's reached it's potential with 10%, so unless nvidia themselves release something don't expect anymore out of nvidia hardware thats currently on the market. So, no.

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I'm curious to see how this ASICs new affects the market... Hopefully it does not screw it up anytime soon. I predict LTC/BTC exchange will plummet though.

What's to wonder about? They will destroy the scrypt market the same way the destroyed the SHA-256 market. Yet another case of needing money to make money.
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Scrypt ASIC prices are out: https://alpha-t.net/news/development-update-23122013/

I'd snap up a few 25MH/s bobs in  a heartbeat if they could guarantee delivery tomorrow. But 6 months... way to much money to risk IMO. And there must be a successor to scrypt in the works, another, more "ASIC resistant" algorithim to make money and waste power.

Interesting to see DOGE on it's way back up, hopefully it can stabilise at a good price. I reckon hold for a while longer, at least for me I wouldn't get anything worthwhile from 30K of the stuff unless it goes up a lot.

Anyone still mining earthcoin?

The market won't have any choice but to evolve, constantly having to run away from them if it's ever going to survive. You can't have the few with money holding all the wealth if people want this currency to become mainstream. There has to be some distribution. The fact that you'd drop 20K just like that is a bit unnerving.


-The bitcoin wallet is ~ 15GB's in size.
Edited by Slightly skewed - 12/23/13 at 5:38pm
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The market won't have any choice but to evolve, constantly having to run away from them if it's ever going to survive. You can't have the few with money holding all the wealth if people want this currency to become mainstream. There has to be some distribution. The fact that you'd drop 20K just like that is a bit unnerving.

 

I wouldn't "just" drop it, but the price is ridiculous compared to setting up a 100MH/s GPU rig. About half the price, and 1/15th the power consumption. Very tempting to get on the bandwagon early, but no way in hell would I buy it if it's arriving in 5 months. 1 month would be the longest I'd wait in a market this volatile, and that'd be a huge gamble in itself (and most likely, not one that'd pay off).

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Finally, Gentoomen payout has gotten into effect...I was losing hope that my 2 hours of mining yesterday was lost redface.gif





Another 1000+ coming from Multipool wheee.gif
Edited by Roaches - 12/23/13 at 6:00pm
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Those scrypt ASICs look nice but damn... to make a decent profit you have to get the 25Mh/s one and that's really expansive. At current Dogecoin prices, it would yield almost $10k a month, so you'd make your money back in a month but it is a lot of risk.

But then again, look at the few people who got their ASICs early, they're rolling in money.

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Those scrypt ASICs look nice but damn... to make a decent profit you have to get the 25Mh/s one and that's really expansive. At current Dogecoin prices, it would yield almost $10k a month, so you'd make your money back in a month but it is a lot of risk.

But then again, look at the few people who got their ASICs early, they're rolling in money.

Jeffinslaw

From what I heard, those initial ASICs were at least an order of magnitude better than GPUs (in terms of hashes/dollar). These are at best half the price for the same performance, which is nowhere near as good.

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Word to the wise...be cautious. Run you system safely and efficiently to protect your investment. If you blow up your computer trying to max it out and it blows up...you lost it all.

Sorry to hear that... Yea I was really getting concerned about my temps I would wake up and the top GPU would sometimes peak at 90°C, I know some people are ok with that temp but I really don't like seeing it running so consistently over 80°C, can't be good for the long term stability of the card.. So I bought a 4-pack of the Cougar Turbine 120mm fans (60.4 CFM each biggrin.gif), place em on the side, they are now blowing directly into and between the 2 cards and moved the 200mm that was there (about 110 CFM) so it right in front and blowing into the cards and that seems to have worked! Now the top card mostly hovers in the mid 70s... Oh I also bought a fan controller, but I'm thinking maybe that was overkill! But still might be useful if I ever want to go watercooler..wink.gif
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Scrypt ASIC prices are out: https://alpha-t.net/news/development-update-23122013/Anyone still mining earthcoin?

I am currently... That venture in solo mining was a bust for me, but been over at eac.eu.hackshardgaming.net and been getting a decent amount pretty consistently... I know it's not anywhere near the 600k u got, still surprised how you got so much on only 2.5 mh/s! But I'm up to 45k and that's pretty decent I think.. Thinking I might go back to Doge soon though..
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Anyone running a GTX 470, 480, 570, 580 or 770 can post hash rate with the latest cudaminer?

I'm curious if they'd make a good mining card to buy in bulk...if everything fails we got ourselves a nice render farm.
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i have some alt coins i want to trade for btc, whats the best exchange ? i never traded coins before. all i know is crytpsy = bad

anyone mining "middlecoin" ? i keep getting stratum_recv_line failed, what up with that? am i wasting hashes? confused.gif

also, someone not me should start an official cudaming thread redface.gif, i promise i will post in it every day biggrin.gif
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