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post #23591 of 23660 (permalink) Old 05-27-2018, 06:51 PM
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It is a tough call right now which is why I am not even considering. If I did it would be the 570/580 as there is too much uncertainty for the NVidia cards.

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I would wait or buy AMD cards right now. For all we know DDR6 could be a complete dud for mining.

But at the same time 1080ti could be a bust if 1180 blows it away.

I’m not buying any cards right now but if I were it would be AMD until I knew what NVidia was going to do for sure.
GDDR5X is enough of a stomp against ETH. GDDR6 will be even more.

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I see you guys talking about regular hardware mining. But is it profitable now? I heard a lot about better ROI of cloud mining but now I really don’t know. ASIC chips are positioned like ultimate gold mine. Also, cloud services offer extra free income like this http://hashflarecode.com/ . Can I trust any of these options, don’t you know?
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I see you guys talking about regular hardware mining. But is it profitable now? I heard a lot about better ROI of cloud mining but now I really don’t know. ASIC chips are positioned like ultimate gold mine. Also, cloud services offer extra free income like this http://hashflarecode.com/ . Can I trust any of these options, don’t you know?
DO NOT Trust any of the Cloud services, that offer HASH packages. Most of the time, the contract is heavily into their favor.


Also, since you mentioned cloud mining:

https://mineority.io/

This one opens soon. You will be buying GPUs and GPU hosting. At the end of contract, you get a choice, to get the GPU shipped, OR to resell it back. You also would get your own access to the rig, hosting your GPU's. And you will have monitoring tool.

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Xilinx FPGAs from what i have understood.

EDIT: More info: 15kh/s on Cryptonight for ~200w. But it costs an arm and a leg.

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I have been eyeing FPGAs for couple of weeks. Might get two of these and there is a thread on bitcointalk where a group is trying to make a special order with FPGAs modded for mining. I’ll join this group soon.

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=3688965.0

On this link, someone is preparing a software that programs the FPGAs with 4% dev fee.
http://zetheron.com/index.php/fpga-performance-profit/

The Xilinx cards will be around 3000$ USD each.

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Yup saw that thread like 2 months ago. It started gaining traction, when the Cryptonight ASICs were bricked by the Monero Dev team.

3000$ is a bit too much. Real price is maybe around 2000$. The rest is profit for Xillinx

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Hi guys, do you think it is worth it to mine Bitcoin Interest?

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Hi guys, do you think it is worth it to mine Bitcoin Interest?
For me, no but that is because I am mining other stuff. I am on ETH and RVN. I am going to go until I hit 100,000 RVN and then move on to something else likely. ETH covers my electric bill which with summer electric costs and AC for the house is about 60% of my mining power. The rest make about 800-1000 RVN per day. A little more with the current depressed price.

That said, I wouldn’t touch any equihash coin right now unless I was using an ASIC. Once I finally get my z9 I will mine one of the equihash coins and hope I can at least ROI. Batch 1 should be ok, but more and more powerful ASICs are being released for equihash. The 50K soln/s are our now and coming online. This algo is dead for GPU. Once the coins that are going to fork do so then they will be good for GPU but as far as I know none have done so yet. Please correct me if I am wrong.

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