DIY Bitcoin Mining: Hardware (part1)

DIY Bitcoin Mining: Hardware (part1)

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Basically, a simple row of stickminers consists of a fan on the end, and stickminers all the way down the row, with the hub connected to your computer or main source. I currently have my computer planned to be the main power and memory source of the bitcoin mine, and it is already farming bitcoins off of the gpu and cpu, which will be put towards the payment for the rig. There is a nearby Coinstar that we will use to convert the crypto currency to real cash to pay for the items in our purchase.
Thanks to this tutorial, me and my friend officially know how to make a bitcoin mining rig, and are going to start constructing two of them, one for me and one for my friend, each one starting at 90 Gh/s and 189 W of power consumption.
And part 2 never uploaded...
the way i see it, it is all still workable and affordable, just replace the block eruptors with newer ones
are these profitable now
I highly dont recommend block erupters since they're $150 and only do 330 MH gekkoscience 2pac runs at 23 GIGA HASH and only costs $40 pluse the 2pac only uses 1 watt...
nice sir ji.
will it work if i install android on rasbery and program there
Is it possible to buy it completely done with you ?
can you use raspberry 3 for mining
Looks super simple. I might try this.
What would be the cost of running this 24/7?

Actually did a bit more looking around and I wish it could be this simple. I don't think this would work anymore.
You should make the sofware video first,and then,you make hardware video,thats was a good concept
bitcoin doesnt worth the money u spent in energy or stuff anymore
please need an update on this
these days this strategy with literally make how much money you spent on it in 4468 years. I'm not even kidding.
Can you update this video
today your going to build a Bitming RIG...
??is it ok if wanted to plug it into my gaming laptop that i don't use instead of the raspberry pi
not trying to be racist but u look like Chinese James Raynor from Starcraft2

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