5 Best Bitcoin Mining Hardware ASIC Machines (2020 Rigs)

General BTC questions

Greetings bitcoiners! I consider myself a noob to the concept of bitcoins, although I have been interested in the whole idea of them for some time. I first came across BTC after reading an article about Silk Road and the arrest of DPR. Since that time I have become increasingly aware of the potential for this crypto currency. Being a college student on the quest for knowledge and always wanting to be a part of the new fad, I found myself fascinated with bitcoin. I never have much luck posting in other places on reddit so I have become a lurker (Yes I know, I'm a fedora tipping piece of scum). Following are a few general questions I have regarding BTC and I'm hoping this very unique reddit community will be able to shed some light on this topic for me.
-It is my understanding that BTC is generally considered to be quite volatile. What exactly influences the increasing/decreasing of the price of BTC?
-I see now that some retailers are catching on to the idea of using bitcoin for payment. Do you think that this trend will continue, and is this a step in the right direction for the currency?
-Are there any sort of regulations that are being proposed for BTC. Any speculation on how this might work?
-I often see "tipping" threads where people are essentially giving away BTC to others, is this really a thing? As a guy with a wallet that is currently empty, is there any sort of contributions to this community that I can make that result in this tipping?
-Bitcoin mining seems to be a trend nowadays and some people are spending a large sum of money to set up ASIC bitcoin mining machines. Is this practical? Because I hear the odds of finding a packet with 25 or so bitcoins is slim to none. Say you spent 5,000 dollars setting up a mining rig, are the possible returns on your investment worth the money spent? Or is this a kind of hobby for some tech savvy folks?
-Final question, I have some family members that have decent sums of money put away, and are considering acquiring bitcoin as a sort of "investment". Since it is considered so volatile, is this sort of investment a bad idea on their part, and what sort of advice or opinions would you all give to them?
I thank you all in advance for any input you might have to offer me, and I hope that one day soon I might know enough about BTC to answer some future noobs questions!
submitted by dr0ppenheimer to BitcoinBeginners [link] [comments]

In need of some insight regarding bitcoin

I posted this to BitcoinBeginners and was afraid I wouldn't get much of a response. If this doesn't belong here, mods feel free to remove it. I don't wish to enrage a unique reddit community, I only wish to ascertain knowledge from people with bitcoin experience.
"Greetings bitcoiners! I consider myself a noob to the concept of bitcoins, although I have been interested in the whole idea of them for some time. I first came across BTC after reading an article about Silk Road and the arrest of DPR. Since that time I have become increasingly aware of the potential for this crypto currency. Being a college student on the quest for knowledge and always wanting to be a part of the new fad, I found myself fascinated with bitcoin. I never have much luck posting in other places on reddit so I have become a lurker (Yes I know, I'm a fedora tipping piece of scum). Following are a few general questions I have regarding BTC and I'm hoping this very unique reddit community will be able to shed some light on this topic for me.
-It is my understanding that BTC is generally considered to be quite volatile. What exactly influences the increasing/decreasing of the price of BTC?
-I see now that some retailers are catching on to the idea of using bitcoin for payment. Do you think that this trend will continue, and is this a step in the right direction for the currency?
-Are there any sort of regulations that are being proposed for BTC. Any speculation on how this might work?
-I often see "tipping" threads where people are essentially giving away BTC to others, is this really a thing? As a guy with a wallet that is currently empty, is there any sort of contributions to this community that I can make that result in this tipping?
-Bitcoin mining seems to be a trend nowadays and some people are spending a large sum of money to set up ASIC bitcoin mining machines. Is this practical? Because I hear the odds of finding a packet with 25 or so bitcoins is slim to none. Say you spent 5,000 dollars setting up a mining rig, are the possible returns on your investment worth the money spent? Or is this a kind of hobby for some tech savvy folks?
-Final question, I have some family members that have decent sums of money put away, and are considering acquiring bitcoin as a sort of "investment". Since it is considered so volatile, is this sort of investment a bad idea on their part, and what sort of advice or opinions would you all give to them?
I thank you all in advance for any input you might have to offer me, and I hope that one day soon I might know enough about BTC to answer some future noobs questions!"
submitted by dr0ppenheimer to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Is it worth getting one of these to start with...

I saw this, http://www.aliexpress.com/item/FREE-SHIPING-ANTMINER-U1-USB-miner-ASIC-Bitcoin-mining-machine-2-0GH-S-overclock-3-0G/32296112294.html and this, http://www.aliexpress.com/item/FREE-SHIPING-Ant-USB-ASIC-Bitcoin-mining-machine-1-6GH-s-USB-Bitcoin-mining-machine-100PS/1587679709.html And I wanted to know if these are any good to have runing in the background. Also are these good for a startehobby.
submitted by littlegtstaruk to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

I need some help with some Bitcoin information

Hello, Im trying to create an ASIC bitcoin mining machine for a project. We are just about finished creating the SHA-256 decryption and we are looking for some info.
I cant seem to find anything that says how the data or what data comes from requesting a transaction. Im not sure if I am missing it or maybe its really not there. I found this: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Protocol_specification but it seems like its really murky on the details.
Can Someone tell me: 1. When you request a transaction to be mined, what does it send you? 2. What is the format of what it sends you? 3. How should the output be formatted for it to be sent back?
Thanks!
submitted by TheBeard86 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

KUANGCHENG New 2018 AntMiner T9+ 10.5Th/s ASIC miner 16nm BTC Bitcoin Mining machine from bitmain.Fr

KUANGCHENG New 2018 AntMiner T9+ 10.5Th/s ASIC miner 16nm BTC Bitcoin Mining machine from bitmain.Fr submitted by ososru to Bitcoin4free [link] [comments]

KUANGCHENG New 2018 AntMiner T9+ 10.5Th/s ASIC miner 16nm BTC Bitcoin Mining machine from bitmain.Fr

KUANGCHENG New 2018 AntMiner T9+ 10.5Th/s ASIC miner 16nm BTC Bitcoin Mining machine from bitmain.Fr submitted by Rufflenator to 3bitcoins [link] [comments]

F2Pool: Bitcoin Mining Difficulty Drop Lowers ASIC Machines' ‘Shutdown Price’ to $3,260

F2Pool: Bitcoin Mining Difficulty Drop Lowers ASIC Machines' ‘Shutdown Price’ to $3,260 submitted by n4bb to CoinPath [link] [comments]

Looks like Bitmain is being sued for commandeering customer ASIC machines during setup and stealing customer electricity to mine Bitcoin for Bitmain. Sounds like they used the "Antbleed" backdoor for this.

Looks like Bitmain is being sued for commandeering customer ASIC machines during setup and stealing customer electricity to mine Bitcoin for Bitmain. Sounds like they used the submitted by satoshi_vision to bitcoincashSV [link] [comments]

09-22 17:03 - 'Heard of Bitcoin mining? / Do you know you can get 0.0019 BTC ($12.5) in 48 hours ???? / and you can as well mine and monitor your account yourself. / we mine a block of bitcoin through advanced ASIC machines including t...' by /u/alvaradosergio removed from /r/Bitcoin within 20-30min

'''
Heard of Bitcoin mining?
Do you know you can get 0.0019 BTC ($12.5) in 48 hours ????
and you can as well mine and monitor your account yourself.
we mine a block of bitcoin through advanced ASIC machines including the AntminerS9 and T9+ ... Hosted by the Blockchain Cloud mining Network.. Experience your Bitcoin grow exponentially..
for more info send me a message on whatsapp +60163508673 or just go directly to them ([[email protected]]1 ) or sign up([[link]3 )
'''
Context Link
Go1dfish undelete link
unreddit undelete link
Author: alvaradosergio
1: mailto:[email protected] 2: b**coinc*aincy*le.*om 3: bitcoi*c**incycle.c*m]^**
Unknown links are censored to prevent spreading illicit content.
submitted by removalbot to removalbot [link] [comments]

[Possible] - Bitcoin fork for merged mining with ASIC machines built on entirely new block chain. /r/Bitcoin

[Possible] - Bitcoin fork for merged mining with ASIC machines built on entirely new block chain. /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Looks like Bitmain is being sued for commandeering customer ASIC machines during setup and stealing customer electricity to mine Bitcoin for Bitmain. Sounds like they used the "Antbleed" backdoor for this.

Looks like Bitmain is being sued for commandeering customer ASIC machines during setup and stealing customer electricity to mine Bitcoin for Bitmain. Sounds like they used the submitted by ABitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Looks like Bitmain is being sued for commandeering customer ASIC machines during setup and stealing customer electricity to mine Bitcoin for Bitmain. Sounds like they used the "Antbleed" backdoor for this.

Looks like Bitmain is being sued for commandeering customer ASIC machines during setup and stealing customer electricity to mine Bitcoin for Bitmain. Sounds like they used the submitted by cryptoanalyticabot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

KnCMiner AB Releases their Flagship Bitcoin ASIC Mining Machine Jupiter

KnCMiner AB Releases their Flagship Bitcoin ASIC Mining Machine Jupiter submitted by coolreald to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Will bitcoin minings become less profitable once ASICS based machines are out?

With these things pumping coins so fast, won't the bitcoin price implode due to a flood of individual bitcoins being created?
submitted by cosmic_butter_cpu to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

I've been doing bitcoin mining with ASIC machines. What is a worthwhile graphics card or CPU mining machine I should get?

Thanks in advance for answering.
submitted by thewhiskey to dogecoin [link] [comments]

BFL ASIC 60GHps Bitcoin Mining Machine - RARE IN HAND

BRAND NEW BFL ASIC 60GHPS MINER - IN HAND!!! LIMITED PRODUCTION, CAN'T BUY IT ANYWHERE NOW! HASHES AT 61-64 GH/s
PRICE IS 28 BTC + 0.75 SHIPPING TO NORTH AMERICA, WORLDWIDE IS 1.5 BTC EXPRESS, SO YOU WILL HAVE IS IN 2-4 DAYS MAX, INSURED.
PAYMENT MUST BE MADE TO: 18yGJi7Ypfhv6xoXU5txf9FMiUic1NnZeq
PIC: http://tinypic.com/214wcxd/5
From the ButterFly Labs site: Processing Power: 60 GH/s (+/- 10% running variance) Included accessories: USB Cable and Power Cord
Plug the USB cable into a host computer and run the supplied software. Additional Bitforce SC products can be added to the chain via a USB hub for linear performance multiplication with no overhead cost. Each additional unit is auto-configured and folded into the workforce without any user intervention required. Warranty: This unit’s system board has a lifetime warranty from manufacture defect or component failure.
submitted by jaysfan1989 to BitMarket [link] [comments]

PRE-ORDER Fast-Hash One Platinum Edition Bitcoin Mining Machine is for sale on cryptothrift.com for Bitcoin and Litecoin https://cryptothrift.com/auctions/crypto-mining-asic/pre-order-fast-hash-one-platinum-edition-bitcoin-mining-machine-2/

PRE-ORDER Fast-Hash One Platinum Edition Bitcoin Mining Machine is for sale on cryptothrift.com for Bitcoin and Litecoin https://cryptothrift.com/auctions/crypto-mining-asic/pre-order-fast-hash-one-platinum-edition-bitcoin-mining-machine-2/ submitted by duetschpire to cryptothrift [link] [comments]

PRE-ORDER Fast-Hash One Platinum Edition Bitcoin Mining Machine is for sale on cryptothrift.com for Bitcoin and Litecoin https://cryptothrift.com/auctions/crypto-mining-asic/pre-order-fast-hash-one-platinum-edition-bitcoin-mining-machine/

PRE-ORDER Fast-Hash One Platinum Edition Bitcoin Mining Machine is for sale on cryptothrift.com for Bitcoin and Litecoin https://cryptothrift.com/auctions/crypto-mining-asic/pre-order-fast-hash-one-platinum-edition-bitcoin-mining-machine/ submitted by duetschpire to cryptothrift [link] [comments]

How much would it cost to do a 51% attack?

We consider Bitcoin to be immutable. But, even if only theoretically, it is possible to rewrite the ledger with a 51% attack. When ever I have been asked about this I have always said, “yes it is possible, but it would take a military grade budget”
What would be the real cost of doing a 51% attack when factoring the cost of machines, the cost of energy consumption and other indirect/direct cost?
submitted by Awfulatthese to BitcoinDiscussion [link] [comments]

Bitcoin price crash forces miners off network. Chinese miners are selling their machines to Russia and the Middle East.

Bitcoin price crash forces miners off network. Chinese miners are selling their machines to Russia and the Middle East. submitted by DecryptMedia to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

United States West Point Mint Closes Indefinitely, making precious metals harder to obtain.

United States West Point Mint Closes Indefinitely, making precious metals harder to obtain. submitted by CorrectPoetry0 to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Looking at getting my first mining rig, what would you recommend?

I’m totally new to this. Power consumption isn’t a issue since it’s supplied for free
submitted by trap_344 to BitcoinMining [link] [comments]

ASIC miner for sale 2019 BITCOIN mining hardware How to BitCoin mine using fast ASIC mining hardware Best Bitcoin Miner Machine Free download ❤️ Best BTC Miners in 2020 Best Bitcoin Mining Software That Work in 2020 BTC miner Ebit E9.3 16TH/s BTC Bitcoin Mining machine Asic Miner 16T with power supply Than Antmin

Hands Free Bitcoin Bit Kit - Plug and Play Bitcoin Miner - ASIC Miner - All in One, Easy Bitcoin Mining Kit (14 TH/s) 3.2 out of 5 stars 9. $1,499.99 $ 1,499. 99. FREE Shipping. Only 1 left in stock - order soon. Antminer T17+ 64TH/S Bitcoin T17+ 64th 3200W Antminer Bitcoin Miner Mining Machine Better Than Antminer S17. For a comprehensive comparison of bitcoin mining hardware. Best Bitcoin Mining Hardware. Two major factors go into determining the best bitcoin mining hardware: (1) cost and (2) electricity efficiency. Bitcoin mining is difficult to do profitably but if you try then this Bitcoin miner is probably a good shot. ASIC Bitcoin Mining Hardware Given the payback period, as well as the prospects of SHA-256 algorithm and the demand for Bitcoin, this ASIC can still be considered as a budget entry to mining cryptocurrency. Antminer R4 ASIC miner Antminer R4 is a product of the well-known manufacturer Bitmain, featuring a high hashrate of up to 8.7 TX/s and relatively low power consumption 4. 5 GH/s ASIC Bitcoin mining hardware. This ASIC mining rig created by Butterfly Labs took a while to be delivered, but once it finally arrived it proved to be a good investment. This developer unit can achieve 5 gigahashes per second. 5. Fast-Hash-One 256 GH/s Module AbsolutMining provides modern, high-efficiency platform rental services for Bitcoin mining. We are using world’s best ASIC and GPU machines to generate best returns. It is not necessary to buy expensive hardware and waste your time on setting it up. The mining rigs are already set up and running.

[index] [20744] [14527] [14183] [21023] [25105] [7611] [17302] [16830] [13487] [14418]

ASIC miner for sale 2019 BITCOIN mining hardware

Check more information about ASIC-162 Bitcoin mining container in our website. https://powerminingshop.com Want to buy? Send email to [email protected] New miners come out every day, so we ... Mining Farm - Asic Miner Being Taking Apart - Dust Check, Circuit Board Check ... Bitcoin Mining Farm ... Machine Thinking Recommended for you. 30:33. Crypto Mining Farm ... 5) Configure your ASIC miner through web interface to point at BitcoinAffiliateNetwork pool (see help page) and worker you created. 6) Sit back and let your hardware mine for coins! Z11, ant's T15/S15 and above bitcoin mining machine series. 2.What M21S, M20S series. 3.Avalon 1066, 1166 series. ... Supported Hardware: Asic miner(big hashrate) Remaining Capacity: 50000pcs It’s 2019 and this is a ASIC miner for sale 2019. I am selling this crap ASIC miner cryptocurrency mining rig. The machine still does work perfectly except is blocked from mining from ASIC miner co.

Flag Counter