USB Asic Miner Red Fury Bitcoin Miner 2.4~2.9 GH/S ~New and Improved Version~

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16 COMMENTS

  1. Sadly, the only truly profitable, long term, approach to bit coin mining is the use of BOTNETS. 🙁 Sad but true. Each coin is harder to get, gear dates itself quickly, energy costs impact profit, etc. So it's the criminals running malware botnets that will always have the advantage.  Maybe they should start a botnet cloud mining service :)

  2. ok, so it has almost been a year and i discovered bitcoin mining since 3 days ago, what would you advise me to use, i have a budget of 100 euro and my electricety is 0,23 euro per 1kw/h, i really want to make profit and my dad doesn't like me using over 200 watt with a setup that only makes 20 dollar per month.

    some advice please?
    thank you in advance

  3. Hey kinda new to mining, but as diffiulty increases, how many of these USB sticks do you need to buy in order to make a profit? And, do one even make a profit using these, any example of how much a month?

  4. More about how the resistors have been "changed"? No mention of the heat output, or whether or not the fans beneath them will be enough (doubt it would be, need at least a box fan blowing on those things).

    The resistors might have been changed insofar as using lower-rated ones to help increase the hash speed, but that much power bangin' on all cylinders at all times (especially since it's mining) is sure to blow them out.

    We just didn't get to watch the numbers enough after you mentioned coming back to them once "they got warmed up". I just don't trust the built in heat-sinks. You definitely need a temperature readout..

    Zerocoin and Dogecoin are also something to keep an eye on..

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