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WickedJT
Mon Apr 07 2014, 02:38PM


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Is anyone else a cryptocurrency junkie like me? A neighbor and I started mining altcoins a few weeks ago and it seems to be very promising. We have three rigs running right now but we're aiming for atleast 5-6.









Currently mining Einsteinium because it's less than a month old, 2% of all coins mined goes to fund science research of our choosing(great pr), and the value has been on the up and up all week.
If anyone is mining/investing, which coin/coins are you mining/investing in and why?
If you have no idea what I'm talking about: https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?board=67.0
If you are interested in mining but don't know what to mine some good websites to use are
http://www.coinwarz.com/cryptocurrency/
http://lot.hash-to-coins.com/
http://coinmarketcap.com/








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TacosdeTripa
Mon Apr 07 2014, 02:45PM


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You one of them crazy hacker fellas.







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Helix
Mon Apr 07 2014, 03:51PM



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Thought about getting into bitcoin mining WAY back... Didn't know how big cryptocurrency got, cool shit. Will be interested to follow this. How profitable is it?







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DeKeeg
Mon Apr 07 2014, 04:10PM


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plz explain what is in the pictures it looks cool thank you







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frostmute
Mon Apr 07 2014, 04:16PM


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Its all nice and well until SOMEONE WALKS OFF WITH YOUR UN-REGULATED, UN-INSURED 'MONEY'

There is no financial regulation going on with this, so once its gone, its gone.

If you've got some dispensable income, I guess its fine. But for anyone that doesn't have the luxury of throwing tons of money at something with no guarantees, its a risky time-consuming process. There are smarter ways to make ACTUAL money at that point.











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Mav3rick
Mon Apr 07 2014, 04:56PM


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Mined bitcoins with two friends to make SR purchases over the past couple of months







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BlackOut
Mon Apr 07 2014, 05:35PM


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i thought the break even point required a fairly substantial investment?







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frostmute
Mon Apr 07 2014, 05:50PM


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BlackOut wrote ...

i thought the break even point required a fairly substantial investment?


It does.

Well, consider that there is a finite amount of whatever cryptocurrency you are mining. If you want to gather those before any one else does, and of a substantial enough amount, yes; you will need a significant amount of investment to break even. And there is no guarantee that you will even do that.









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Dickbut
Mon Apr 07 2014, 09:57PM



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ENJOY IT WHILE YOU CAN OBAMA IS GOING TO SEIZE ALL BUTTCOINS IN THE FUTURE YOU HEARD IT HERE FIRST







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Grahamula
Sat Apr 12 2014, 01:43AM


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DeKeeg wrote ...

plz explain what is in the pictures it looks cool thank you









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