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any help for mining

Discussion in 'CryptoCurrency' started by Hamada Bader, May 31, 2017.

  1. Hamada Bader

    Hamada Bader Newbie

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    Welcome,

    i am new in mining
    and i don't know from where can i start or any site which register
    so i create this post for get help to start

    I can rent Dedicated Server with
    Intel Xeon E5-1620v2 4core/ 8 th
    4c/8t 3.7 GHz/3.9 GHz
    16GB Ram

    how much will get with server with mining
    and which best currencies

    sorry for bad English
    it not native language :)
    and hope that the correct section
     
  2. TeslaFan

    TeslaFan Junior Member

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    You will probably get less then it cost you. It's become highly specilized just look at the servers in Icelend where electricity is cheap Genesis Mining they have acres of servers and make a very very tiny profit (margin). I think the way at home miners make money is they get in a new coin then dump it on the achange if the price goes up then you can make a profit. But that is my thinking I'm not 100% sure it's true. But if you mine bitcoin it's very very unlikely to make money.
     
  3. Debian

    Debian BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You would be better off joining a mining pool. The server you referenced above is most likely an OVH offer and the particular server you've listed doesn't include a gpu, so your mining career isn't going anywhere fast.
     
  4. pornToot

    pornToot Newbie

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    You'll want to use dedicated mining hardware instead of general purpose CPUs. Check out AntMiner S7, AntMiner S9, and Avalon6