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As for me, Litecoin is the best for mining because it doesn't require an ASIC and it's one of the best GPU mining coins. I have yet to accustom all the tricks and possibilities because I'm pretty new in the game, but I'm all about exploring. For a few years on and of I've been trading on https://ndax.io/markets/ethcad, but I still didn't get to a professional level. Now more than ever, I want to catch on all the tricks and subtleties of this field because I see that it's developing very fast, and it's a decent way of making money.

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As for me, Litecoin is the best for mining because it doesn't require an ASIC and it's one of the best GPU mining coins. I have yet to accustom all the trick and possibilities because I'm pretty new in the game, but I'm all about exploring.
Wat.... Litecoin is Scrypt, and there are tons of ASICs there.

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As for me, Litecoin is the best for mining because it doesn't require an ASIC and it's one of the best GPU mining coins. I have yet to accustom all the trick and possibilities because I'm pretty new in the game, but I'm all about exploring.
Well this post is about 6 years too late.


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I know some of my purist buddies won't like these because they're the evil ASIC miners, but 8Mh in a single PCIe slot card isn't too shabby for $350, does scrypt-N too: https://www.hashcoins.com/buy-scrypt...-triton-miner/

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