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post #1281 of 1291 (permalink) Old 10-08-2014, 01:37 PM
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yeah it's a ponzi for sure, but until i'm receiving payments i don't care lol

note: i can't go above 1.3 euro earning per day, because my gpu are doing only 260kh/s, and i need to oc

you need 300 for 1.4+ euro a day

Well if you're certain it's a ponzi scheme you shouldn't be telling people about it, I'm sure some will invest and lose money there after hearing about the amazing payments they send.


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Well if you're certain it's a ponzi scheme you shouldn't be telling people about it, I'm sure some will invest and lose money there after hearing about the amazing payments they send.

Exactly, if you understand how this works, you should maybe expose them, but not promote a scam mate.
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i'm not promoting it, i'm only saying that is profitable to mine, i don't know nothing about who run that site and i don't care about it, i just discovered it and his profitability, nothing else really

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what's profitable? I've stopped all 5 of the GTX750TI since DRKcoin dropped.

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I think acouple pages back or maybe it was on the official crypto thread.. Ivan said CHILD, but that was also more than a few weeks ago.

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You guys think a single 750ti running on free electricity would net me very much money per day? running 24/7.

I dont have much space in my office for a big farm, but a single mitx with a 750ti will fit just fine.

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You guys think a single 750ti running on free electricity would net me very much money per day? running 24/7.

I dont have much space in my office for a big farm, but a single mitx with a 750ti will fit just fine.

It probably won't make much at all anymore. IIRC a 4x 750 Ti rig makes around around 0.004 BTC per day so you'd be making 0.001 BTC per day or so, if my numbers are correct.


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SO, to make about $1.50 a day, I would need 4 750ti's frown.gif

hmmmm... maybe free electricity wont make much of a change unless I can get more space to run a farm in.

At that rate, It would take me over a year of mining just to pay for the cards. Now I see why I dont hear much about mining anymore.... should of jumped on when it was hot.

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SO, to make about $1.50 a day, I would need 4 750ti's frown.gif

hmmmm... maybe free electricity wont make much of a change unless I can get more space to run a farm in.

At that rate, It would take me over a year of mining just to pay for the cards. Now I see why I dont hear much about mining anymore.... should of jumped on when it was hot.

Mining's almost dead for newcomers...better spend time learning how to trade and invest.
I've been practicing with demo accounts over at zulutrade.com and fxcm.com for a year, ROI can be insanely good in Forex.
BTCUSD was too slow, and risky to hold btc, so meh.
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Mining's almost dead for newcomers...better spend time learning how to trade and invest.
I've been practicing with demo accounts over at zulutrade.com and fxcm.com for a year, ROI can be insanely good in Forex.
BTCUSD was too slow, and risky to hold btc, so meh.

Any suggestion on good forex trading platform?
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