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I still like DOGE despite the current value. Probably switch to EAC and WDC once I hit two million DOGE. Or mine a new coin on launch

I would suggest diversifying some of your potential outlay to EAC. I find it more profitable than DOGE now and has found a stable price point for now. It's not on Coinwarz and overlooked in some exchanges and the multi-coin pools, so it's not easy to spot its mining profitability.
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I would suggest diversifying some of your potential outlay to EAC. I find it more profitable than DOGE now and has found a stable price point for now. It's not on Coinwarz and overlooked in some exchanges and the multi-coin pools, so it's not easy to spot its mining profitability.

How many EAC are you getting per Mhash currently?
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So is anyone gonna try and mine that Conye West? rolleyes.gif

I really don't want to... but I could see it being very profitable short term once it gets on an exchange. I kind of hope it just dies immediately though TBH.
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I would suggest diversifying some of your potential outlay to EAC. I find it more profitable than DOGE now and has found a stable price point for now. It's not on Coinwarz and overlooked in some exchanges and the multi-coin pools, so it's not easy to spot its mining profitability.
what's a good EAC coin pool to use?
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what's a good EAC coin pool to use?

I like EAC too, of the glut of new coins over the last few weeks it seems like Earthcoin has the best chance of making it, they just seem a little more polished and I like the branding. I wouldn't mind knowing what pool people are on as well as it seems eac.us.hackshard is going down.. Anyone try eac.dedicatedpool?
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I really don't want to... but I could see it being very profitable short term once it gets on an exchange. I kind of hope it just dies immediately though TBH.

Conye West mIght be good for a flip.. but I think the launch is going to be nightmare..
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I like EAC too, of the glut of new coins over the last few weeks it seems like Earthcoin has the best chance of making it, they just seem a little more polished and I like the branding. I wouldn't mind knowing what pool people are on as well as it seems eac.us.hackshard is going down.. Anyone try eac.dedicatedpool?

any of these new coins support CUDA mining or focus on Nvidia cards being able to mine it better then amd cards? someone needs to make a coin that focuses on nvidia cards. tongue.gif
    
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I would suggest diversifying some of your potential outlay to EAC. I find it more profitable than DOGE now and has found a stable price point for now. It's not on Coinwarz and overlooked in some exchanges and the multi-coin pools, so it's not easy to spot its mining profitability.

How are you figuring that it is more profitable than Doge? I calculate that 1.8 Mhash will give me Per day ~.0208 BTC if I mine Doge and only .014 BTC if I mine EAC... Can you share how you came to your profitability numbers?
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how do i move my wallet to an other computer? is it the wallet.dat file i just need to move
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I really don't want to... but I could see it being very profitable short term once it gets on an exchange. I kind of hope it just dies immediately though TBH.

I dont like being a coin hopper but I gotta be honest imma ride and dump that coin like kanye would tongue.gif. I feel the same way about it you do haha.

Then head over to DGC as they are and have been honestly one of the best long term investments. I think I will stock up on a few coins before the asic terror hits but mostly DGC:

" Pre Order Update
January 5, 2014

Pre Orders have been going smoothly and we are well on our way to complete batch 1. Please note. orders started at #4xxx. Just because your order is at 5000 does not mean you are 5000 in the queue. There will also be various unpaid orders in between, so order number is not an exact […]"
https://alpha-t.net/shop/

That puts atleast 1000 pre-orders and they are "well on there way"

time to hold on to them coins fellas! buy buy buy, hold hold hold!
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