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[SG] 38GH/s Bitcoin Miner - ASICMiner Block Erupter Cube

So I was thinking of selling this box on ebay but then realized I may as well help the community flourish. I have a few of these and they are perfect for mining non scrypt (so no Dogecoin or Litecoin) based coins such as Bitcoin and TRC thus making you have an easy currency to trade for Dogecoin (or any other coin).
So I hope I can get some good Dogecoin out of this, let me hear your bids!
::Note:: It does not come with a power supply
::edit:: obviously we would also have to get an official escrow member to hold the coins before I ship the product I'll also pay for shipping within the United States.
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ASICMiner Block Erupter Cube 30GH/s to 38GH/s Miner is for sale on cryptothrift.com for Bitcoin and Litecoin https://cryptothrift.com/auctions/crypto-mining-asic/asicminer-block-erupter-cube-30ghs-to-38ghs-miner/

ASICMiner Block Erupter Cube 30GH/s to 38GH/s Miner is for sale on cryptothrift.com for Bitcoin and Litecoin https://cryptothrift.com/auctions/crypto-mining-asic/asicminer-block-erupter-cube-30ghs-to-38ghs-mine submitted by duetschpire to cryptothrift [link] [comments]

Brand New! ASICMiner Block Erupter Cube 30 - 38 GHs ASIC Bitcoin Miner! In Hand! is for sale on cryptothrift.com for Bitcoin and Litecoin https://cryptothrift.com/auctions/crypto-mining-asic/brand-new-asicminer-block-erupter-cube-30-38-ghs-asic-bitcoin-miner-in-hand/

Brand New! ASICMiner Block Erupter Cube 30 - 38 GHs ASIC Bitcoin Miner! In Hand! is for sale on cryptothrift.com for Bitcoin and Litecoin https://cryptothrift.com/auctions/crypto-mining-asic/brand-new-asicminer-block-erupter-cube-30-38-ghs-asic-bitcoin-miner-in-hand/ submitted by duetschpire to cryptothrift [link] [comments]

[SG] Block Erupter Cube 38Gh/s Bitcoin Miner Setup 397,780 Doge

So im getting out of BTC and into Doge as i love it so much, Selling my 900$ worth of Mining equipment for $600 worth of doge. The bundle comes with The block Erupter Cube (only ran for a total of 5 hours) A 750 Watt Corsair Gaming PSU To power the Block Erupter Cube, 2 Fuses for the cube, and a Preconfigured Router with correct Gateway Setup for the cube to work. Will offer Free Techsupport with this.
Heres Proof of Product: http://imgur.com/a/FGPN5#0
Shipping from Council Bluffs Iowa
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Block Erupter Cube 38.8GH is for sale on cryptothrift.com for Bitcoin and Litecoin https://cryptothrift.com/auctions/crypto-mining-asic/block-erupter-cube-40gh/

Block Erupter Cube 38.8GH is for sale on cryptothrift.com for Bitcoin and Litecoin https://cryptothrift.com/auctions/crypto-mining-asic/block-erupter-cube-40gh/ submitted by duetschpire to cryptothrift [link] [comments]

For Sale: Block Erupter Cube ASIC Bitcoin Miner 38 Gh/s In Hand on cryptothrift

For Sale: Block Erupter Cube ASIC Bitcoin Miner 38 Gh/s In Hand on cryptothrift for cryptocoins
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Help with setting up Block Erupter cube with Win 10 without joining a mining pool.

Hello all, the title is pretty self-explanatory. I want to mine solo just to learn; I 'inherited' a buddy's Block Erupter cube, and decided to give it a try. I have been able to access the cube's setup, and am confused as to the last required entry.

I have to type in "Miners user;pass". I don't know if this is something I have to create on a website, or if this is the wallet I created in BitCoin core, or something else. Can anyone help?
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Antminer S3

Hello. I am getting into mining just as a hobby and would like to know what power supply I should get if I buy two Antminer S3's. Is it still a good miner for a hobbyist or should I find something else. I can get 2 used for $40~ Thanks!
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Testnet mining or faucets - are there any left?

I need a number of Testnet coins for development and have run out.

All of the faucets are no longer functional, and it doesn't look like you can mine solo using bitcoin core anymore.
And there don't even appear to be working pools for Testnet anymore either, so I don't think I can point my block erupter cube (asic) at anything.

How is one supposed to get their hands on Testnet coins these days?

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If I were to buy a ASICMiner Block Erupter Cube, what would I need.

I was thinking about buying an ASIC miner just to try it out and see what it is like, not really looking to make money, just a little hobby. I looked at eBay (I know it's not the best place to find good quality things), and I found this ASIC.
ASIC
PSU
Is that all I would need to use this ASIC? Do I need to plug it into a computer or modem/router etc. Is the PSU enough to power the ASIC?
Also a note, electricity cost is not an issue.
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09-26 20:03 - 'Why is the total number of bitcoins 21 million?' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/24mex removed from /r/Bitcoin within 3598-3608min

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Mr. Nakamoto failed to mention in all his public statements why the number was chosen, and a torrent of speculation and logic sprang up online.
How did 21 million come about
Choose 21 million real reasons
[1] 20999999.97690000 bitcoin outbreak timeline:
Choose a few heart to decompose this watch below.

The creation block was born at 18:15:05 GMT on January 3, 2009.The creation block is numbered 0.From "stage 1" at the beginning of the creation block, 50 new bitcoins burst out of each block.
[3] the target height is 210000210000 block
Halving every four years is not a very dignified statement.The bottom line: bitcoin erupts roughly one block every 10 minutes, and 210, 000 10 minutes every four years.This must be the number that satoshi nakamoto USES in particular.
The outbreak will halve for the second time in 2016, but it is too early to plan for now.You're talking about 2016 blocks.
Difficulty arrangement topic spread to dig ore, since again all together decompose.
There are many theories in the collection, some reliable, some unreliable but very enjoyable.

It’s the first half of the answer: 42.翻译:因为21是最后谜底42的一半。天然,他是启打趣的。然而,尔部分最喜佳这个推测,这也是reddit里顶的人最多的。直接瞅视频吧(找了一圈,惟有youtube上有剪辑,所以俺加了字幕搞过来):Because we’re living in the 21st century!翻译:因为咱们生计在21世纪!【谜底3】There is a general answer.Many of nakamoto's USES in bitcoin are really lucky, but "lucky in view of the smell".​

All gold mined in human history can be fit into a cube roughly 21 meters on each side. Satoshi created bitcoin with the idea of being sort of a digital analog of gold (finite supply, mining, etc), as well as the fact that it built upon Nick Szabo’s “Bit Gold” proposal, so I think that 21 million was sort of a clever nod to that.翻译:全天下一切黄金熔在所有,是一个边长大概为21米的正方体。中本聪用这个观念,隐喻比特币是一种假造黄金。【谜底5】

Does god play dice?

The estimator can store at most 2^53 precision double - precision floating point Numbers.The total accuracy of bitcoin in the smallest unit is 2^51, which is just fine.(English is too long to paste)Carefully:[answer 7]This is the most reliable answer to the question, because satoshi nakamoto's past remarks may be seen that he is not a perfectionist, but an applicationist.
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Why is the total number of bitcoins 21 million?
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Considering purchasing my first mining rig for pooled cryptocurrency mining.. any help is appreciated.

I've been considering purchasing a mining rig for a few months now and am ready to do so, but have some questions I've been unable to find straight answers for in my research. My initial investment is going to be $200-$300 that I am for the most part willing to lose, as this is just a hobby for the time being. I will probably start with an ASIC miner for SHA-256 based coins, as it seems to be the cheaper and easier choice for a beginner. I will not be looking to mine bitcoins as I understand the difficulty is ridiculously high, but rather would like to join an altcoin mining pool. So here are my questions:
1) Would it be better to start with a rasberry pi/USB block erupter set up which mines about 3 GH/s or a pre-built Block Erupter Cube that can mine about 30 GH/s? I can purchase the cube for about $100 more than the rasberry pi set up. What would be the difference in electricity costs on these units?
2) I understand that there are both SHA-256 based coins and Scrypt based coins. If I were to join a mining pool like hashco.ws where the pool switches cryptocurrencies often, will my ASIC miner be able to contribute to mining Scrypt based coins as well? How does that all work?
3) What returns can I expect to see mining at 30 GH/s on a site like hashco.ws or any other similar site? Obviously this will be a very rough estimate but really I'd just like to know if I'll be able to break even on electricity costs.
Like I said, this will be a hobby so money isn't a number one priority, but not losing more money on top of my initial investment would be nice. I appreciate any help I can get! Thanks!
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I'm Almost There. I Am So Excited!

I know it's not a big deal for many of you here, but in less than a week I will have my first full bitcoin. It's been a fun 6 months getting to this point, and I am looking forward to going to the moon!
Here's how I got to where I am now.
Back towards the last half of December, 2013 I started purchasing a little bit of bitcoin. .03 one day, .05 the next, etc. It was just a couple of hundred bucks total, but at the time it was all I could afford to lose.
Then around the beginning of January the value of bitcoin rose to where I had doubled my initial investment, and I cashed out at about $400.
I was hooked however, and I used that money to purchase a couple Antminer U1 USB miners. I also started a little cryptocoin blog.
From there I used the BTC I mined, more cash, and some very beneficial trades with a local buddy to increase my mining capabilities. I had a couple Block Erupter Cubes at one point, then later sold them on eBay, and bought an Antminer S1.
But my addiction didn't end there. I continued to reinvest the BTC I was mining, and some cash to purchase a couple more Antminer S1's as well as cables, power supplies, etc. Whenever possible I purchased what I needed from Overstock.com and other places using bitcoin rather than cash.
So, now I have 3 Antminer S1 units, and a few miscellaneous USB miners digging away at about 606 Mh/s. When I got my 3rd Antminer S1 I decided that was enough mining equipment (....for now LOL), and I started letting the BTC accumulate rather than spending it.
I have actually mined almost 2 BTC at this point, but there has never been a point where I had a total of 1 whole BTC at any one time. I kept spending it on mining, as well as a few other items I wanted. Things like bitcoin stickers for my car.
In less than a week that is about to end, and I will be joining those lucky few who actually have at least 1 BTC.
Now that I know the time it's going to take me to get to 1 BTC will not be affected by another difficulty increase I am able to predict the approximate date and time that I will reach a total of 1 BTC.
People outside the bitcoin world just wouldn't understand my excitement at almost reaching a total of 1 BTC. They would think I was nuts (and maybe I am a little bit). But I know that many of you here can appreciate how I am feeling.
Thanks to everyone here for all that you do in support of the bitcoin community! I couldn't have gotten here without you all.
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So close... just a little bit more....

So close to mining my first bitcoin... 0.98321405 BTC. Been working on it for about a month with a combination of GPU's (from 2 gaming rigs, no professional mining rigs for me) on clevermining.com and a few block erupters I got from https://jonesgear.3dcartstores.com/ (2 of the 30GH cubes and a couple Antminers). I know it would have been much cheaper to buy in via bitstamp or coinbase when the price dropped below $400, but I had already made my purchases just before the gox debacle. Anyhow...the last couple of bits just can't come fast enough and I can't wait to say that I have finally "Mined my first BTC!" Long live Bitcoin!
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Is BTCGuild over fee-ing?

I have a single block erupter cube. BTCGuild reports just over 38GH/s with 0.18% rejects and my 24hr earnings are consistently ~30% less than what https://bitcoinwisdom.com/bitcoin/difficulty tells me I should get from 38GH/s. Today, I got just under 0.003BTC/day, compared to 0.0044BTC/day from the calculator. What gives?
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For Sale: Block Erupter Cube 38.8GH on cryptothrift

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For Sale: Block Erupter Cube 38.8GH on cryptothrift

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