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Just found this:
http://www.altcoincalendar.info/calendar

Nice to follow new releases.
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Just found this:
http://www.altcoincalendar.info/calendar

Nice to follow new releases.

THAT is a handy site. Everybody REP RavenXBR.
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THAT is a handy site. Everybody REP RavenXBR.

thx... wink.gif

If the owner(s) keep it updated it will help a lot.
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I'm at Vertcoin now.

Need to earn some BTC to buy more GHs at PB Mining next week.

buy ghs? what do you mean?

I wouldn't reccomend asics or mining rental or shares...in general.
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buy ghs? what do you mean?

I wouldn't reccomend asics or mining rental or shares...in general.

I've tried some Cloud Mining services, including the famous CEX.IO, and none seems profitable, BUT, PB Mining is... so far.

They don't have an "exchange" for coins ou GHs, they just sell GHs in their equipment(5 year contract) and give you a parcel of what they mine (weekly BTC payment directly in your wallet). Very straight and objective business.

I just "rented" some GHs with them because I've heard some good reviews:
http://www.moneymakergroup.com/Pbmining-Bitcoin-Mining-t465153.html
http://cryptomining-blog.com/1535-weekly-report-on-our-pb-mining-cloud-mining-service-testing-2/

I started with 10GHs and waited one week. Payment came just fine.
Then I added 14GHs (reinvested what I've earned plus some coins I had) and I'm waiting for my second payment.

The profit is around 8% a week of the current GHs value (which decreases as BTC difficult rises).

Long story short: I'm testing and putting more as I fell more confident. I intend to reach 100GHs with them at the beginning o May.
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Originally Posted by RavenXBR View Post

I've tried some Cloud Mining services, including the famous CEX.IO, and none seems profitable, BUT, PB Mining is... so far.

They don't have an "exchange" for coins ou GHs, they just sell GHs in their equipment(5 year contract) and give you a parcel of what they mine (weekly BTC payment directly in your wallet). Very straight and objective business.

I just "rented" some GHs with them because I've heard some good reviews:
http://www.moneymakergroup.com/Pbmining-Bitcoin-Mining-t465153.html
http://cryptomining-blog.com/1535-weekly-report-on-our-pb-mining-cloud-mining-service-testing-2/

I started with 10GHs and waited one week. Payment came just fine.
Then I added 14GHs (reinvested what I've earned plus some coins I had) and I'm waiting for my second payment.

The profit is around 8% a week of the current GHs value (which decreases as BTC difficult rises).

Long story short: I'm testing and putting more as I fell more confident. I intend to reach 100GHs with them at the beginning o May.

Even at 8% a week it doesn't seem like you will make much profit. Do you realize the difficulty with BTC increases quite fast. 8% will be 4% then will be 2% ... and so on, soon you will be making less than 0.5% per week.

Not all ASIC hardware purchases are bad. If you had a Cointerra unit already ordered and your mining now with it already. Then you will make a good amount of money off the unit. But most the companies selling GH/s are only selling them because they predict you won't make anything off them.
 
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post #737 of 1291
+1, don't fall for those scams...unless you're good with trading, sell when you can make roi between mined coin and trading profits and forget about btc mining.

There's nothing descentralized about bitcoin mining anymore, only people who can benefit are big corporations (who happen to have connections, or even BE the same guys manufacturing the ASICs).

Go gpu mining! biggrin.gif
Power to the people tongue.gif
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Thanks for the tips folks. thumb.gif

I will not put all my "precious coins" at these services. I´m just testing them and will stop with a mininum amount.
I will keep using PB Mining as I think there's a 3 month ROI and 4 years and 9 months of profit, even if it decrease each month.
I keep you update about that... wink.gif

I'll keep GPU mining, that's what I really found interesting about this "cryptocoin stuff."
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Thanks for the tips folks. thumb.gif

I will not put all my "precious coins" at these services. I´m just testing them and will stop with a mininum amount.
I will keep using PB Mining as I think there's a 3 month ROI and 4 years and 9 months of profit, even if it decrease each month.
I keep you update about that... wink.gif

I'll keep GPU mining, that's what I really found interesting about this "cryptocoin stuff."

The thing is your expectations are unrealistic, I have experience with these cloud services you speak of. You're not understanding the way bitcoin's difficulty increases, all you accomplish renting ghs there is waste money.

I hope you don't take this as an attack, cause it's not, just want to prevent my fellow forum dwellers from losing money that's all.
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The thing is your expectations are unrealistic, I have experience with these cloud services you speak of. You're not understanding the way bitcoin's difficulty increases, all you accomplish renting ghs there is waste money.

I hope you don't take this as an attack, cause it's not, just want to prevent my fellow forum dwellers from losing money that's all.

I don't take as an attack, thanks for the sincere advice. thumb.gif

I'll think twice on putting more "money" on it.
Tomorrow I'll make a more in depth analysis of it.

Thank you again... smile.gif
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