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Where do you trade lky coin. Multipool.us has it as most profitabke
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This pretty much summarizes what this industry is fast becoming. I'm done with it. It's only going to get substantial worse from here out. Especially once it forks out yet again to a new mining method after scyrpt asics destroy this market. Completely flooded with scams.

What a negative Nancy... I'll take whatever coins you don't want. Just tell me what you have and I'll give you addresses to send them to. thumb.gif
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780 KH/s on one of my extra 780 Ti Reference cards. They're beast overclockers. On stock voltage they will all do 1300mhz.

That's undervolted @ 1292mhz.

Memory doesn't matter with cudaminer FYI guys.
    
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I was doing close to 4 LTC per day about a week ago when the block reward was 16000 and difficulty was 0.9. I think those days are gone for now unless the price keeps going up.

So you're getting just under 2 LTC a day now? Heck, I'd be happy with one LTC each day.
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i came across the new butterfly labs 10gh/s bitcoin miners for 370 dollars, would these be a worthwhile investment? according to a calculator i used they'd earn around 120 dollars a month in btc, but i figured i'd ask you guys before i considered getting one smile.gif
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i came across the new butterfly labs 10gh/s bitcoin miners for 370 dollars, would these be a worthwhile investment? according to a calculator i used they'd earn around 120 dollars a month in btc, but i figured i'd ask you guys before i considered getting one smile.gif

I wonder if that calculator projects changes in difficulty, because most don't. You'd be earning less each month.

The OP doesn't recommend buying bitcoin miners, since they rarely return on their investment. Worse if you are buying them straight from BFL because of the long delays before shipping. They literally have no consumer coverage or guarantees, I don't know why people keep supporting them.
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i came across the new butterfly labs 10gh/s bitcoin miners for 370 dollars, would these be a worthwhile investment? according to a calculator i used they'd earn around 120 dollars a month in btc, but i figured i'd ask you guys before i considered getting one smile.gif

You'd make 400 with a single 280x mining doge tongue.gif
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i came across the new butterfly labs 10gh/s bitcoin miners for 370 dollars, would these be a worthwhile investment? according to a calculator i used they'd earn around 120 dollars a month in btc, but i figured i'd ask you guys before i considered getting one smile.gif
Nah. BTC difficulty went up 200m in just the past few weeks even. Even a 60 gh/s miner is just a tiny drop in the bucket with questionable return on investment, let alone a 10 gh/s
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switched over to cryptmarketcap.com looks like a better site. and shows trade volume...DOGE is trade at a higher volume than LTC heh. and of the top 10 in market cap, QRK, PTS, WDC have good trade volume as well compared to the rest (excluding BTC/LTC).
Edited by Namwons - 12/26/13 at 1:34pm
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Avoid Cryptsy!!

https://pay.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/search?q=cryptsy&restrict_sr=on
    
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