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Offline RonnySkyTopic starter

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Hello Its me, Ronny :)
« on: November 29, 2013, 05:38:20 PM »
Hello all together,

i'm an german it consultant and very new to cryptocurrencies.

Im looking for the right setting for my budget.

I think about litecoin gpu mining and may buying/exchanging btc.

I think cryptocurrencies can be very mighty in times of finance crysis because of very stupid goverments ruled by multinational companies.
happy mining :D



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Re: Hello Its me, Ronny :)
« Reply #1 on: November 30, 2013, 09:49:19 PM »
Right on.


What's your thought on most other cryptocurrencies?

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Re: Hello Its me, Ronny :)
« Reply #2 on: January 27, 2014, 12:26:29 PM »



I am going to build a LTC mining rig and haven't found much on the best hardware for mining LTC. Is it the same as it would be for BTC and should I just review one of those posts somewhere and build accordingly? All I have to go on is someone on BTC-E saying the A10 GPU was a good one for the price. I was thinking to build around that and add video cards. If spending more gets me a lot more kh/s I will do it, but ideally I am looking at getting best $ for $ so I could later create several rigs, as I can get access to a power-free office for under $400 a mo. I might mine both BTC and LTC to make it more financially viable, but I think LTC is going to catch up long term since everyone seems to say it does the transactoins faster.  Anything input would be appreciated. thanks



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