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PC specs:

nvidia geforce 830m

intel core i7-5500U CPU 2.40GHz

*No costs with energy

I tried to calculate on online tools but i must be doing something wrong because all of them are giving me wrong values (there are some fields that i dont know their meaning like*Hashing Power,* *Polling Fee,* *Bitcoin Difficulty, Hash Rate, Block Reward, etc...* )

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nvidia geforce 830m

intel core i7-5500U CPU 2.40GHz

*No costs with energy

I tried to calculate on online tools but i must be doing something wrong because all of them are giving me wrong values (there are some fields that i dont know their meaning like

Hi guys,

For my own amusement, I made a spreadsheet that calculates whether the bitcoin network as a whole is in profit, based on the total network hash rate, assumed electricity price in China and the cost per bitcoin. The drop down menu lets you select from the different mining rigs (I used figures on what google told me were the latest and greatest asics).

Clearly these are some rough calculations but let me know if you spot any glaring mistakes.

Remember you can make you own copy of the spreadsheet to edit the numbers which aren't drop downs.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1mcYJsmWX2DPUyWbfNSydInpPALJ5tLrWUhJM_X9JEtI/edit?usp=sharing.

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For my own amusement, I made a spreadsheet that calculates whether the bitcoin network as a whole is in profit, based on the total network hash rate, assumed electricity price in China and the cost per bitcoin. The drop down menu lets you select from the different mining rigs (I used figures on what google told me were the latest and greatest asics).

Clearly these are some rough calculations but let me know if you spot any glaring mistakes.

Remember you can make you own copy of the spreadsheet to edit the numbers which aren't drop downs.

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1mcYJsmWX2DPUyWbfNSydInpPALJ5tLrWUhJM_X9JEtI/edit?usp=sharing.

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I have a few questions about mining in the UK.

If I spent ~12k gbp / 16k usd on mining equipment (4 - 5 antminer S9), what kind of return would I get on them?

From what I can tell using online calculators: each ant miner has a minimum of 11.5 TH/S of hashing power @ 1127W.

Electricity price is approximately 20cents per hw/h (0.16gbp kw/h).

At current prices, this would net ~9k usd a year / 6.7k gbp per miner - so if bitcoin stagnates at this price for a year, you'd still get a return of ~3x on the cost of the unit?

Is the amount of btc you receive constant until the next halving in 2020? So at 11.5th/s you'd be expected to get 0.66 btc per year til 2020? Is anyone here successfully mining in the UK? Would it be worth waiting for the next iteration of the antminer series? Or perhaps its cheaper to purchase many old miners?

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If I spent ~12k gbp / 16k usd on mining equipment (4 - 5 antminer S9), what kind of return would I get on them?

From what I can tell using online calculators: each ant miner has a minimum of 11.5 TH/S of hashing power @ 1127W.

Electricity price is approximately 20cents per hw/h (0.16gbp kw/h).

At current prices, this would net ~9k usd a year / 6.7k gbp per miner - so if bitcoin stagnates at this price for a year, you'd still get a return of ~3x on the cost of the unit?

Is the amount of btc you receive constant until the next halving in 2020? So at 11.5th/s you'd be expected to get 0.66 btc per year til 2020? Is anyone here successfully mining in the UK? Would it be worth waiting for the next iteration of the antminer series? Or perhaps its cheaper to purchase many old miners?

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This project will help you to calculate the earnings of your mining hardware, providing you the total earnings (approximate) based on: power consumption (*), electricity cost (**), per-device income and the time it will be mining.

This project includes an Initial Setup task that needs to be executed when it is imported from TaskerNet, or when the dev considers it is needed even not imported from TaskerNet.

Notes:

- Thanks to flaticon for the pics.

- This project won't provide you the current hashrates and/or possible earnings for your devices based on an on-line database. It just makes calculations based on pre-defined entered user data. But at least, you won't need internet access to make a quick calculation for approximate values. So, to get current and software based values for your devices, check appropriate web platforms.

- The project was based on bitcoin cryptocurreny type, that's why 'Bitcoin' appears on its name. But it can be used with absolutely any other type of currency, if needed.

- (*) To get the power consumption (watts) of your device/mining rig, you can check on-line references, specialized web services (OuterVision PSC, as an example), forums, or use a digital power meter (HiDANCE, as an example).

- (**) To get the electricity cost check your own bills, since they usually have it well detailed on the reverse. You can also get the taxes, if applicable.

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https://taskernet.com/shares/?user=AS35m8mfGyuboiM%2Fz2tF8XYXsBUv3Xkrp5hi5ZvqsTMif3HMNm3%2FTO4lh2qWQ28b9SnLuImT3MNI70s0Wk8%3D&id=Project%3ABitcoin+Mining+Profitability+Calculator+v1.0

To download the latest version of the project you can go here. Enjoy it ;)

This project will help you to calculate the earnings of your mining hardware, providing you the total earnings (approximate) based on: power consumption (*), electricity cost (**), per-device income and the time it will be mining.

This project includes an Initial Setup task that needs to be executed when it is imported from TaskerNet, or when the dev considers it is needed even not imported from TaskerNet.

Notes:

- Thanks to flaticon for the pics.

- This project won't provide you the current hashrates and/or possible earnings for your devices based on an on-line database. It just makes calculations based on pre-defined entered user data. But at least, you won't need internet access to make a quick calculation for approximate values. So, to get current and software based values for your devices, check appropriate web platforms.

- The project was based on bitcoin cryptocurreny type, that's why 'Bitcoin' appears on its name. But it can be used with absolutely any other type of currency, if needed.

- (*) To get the power consumption (watts) of your device/mining rig, you can check on-line references, specialized web services (OuterVision PSC, as an example), forums, or use a digital power meter (HiDANCE, as an example).

- (**) To get the electricity cost check your own bills, since they usually have it well detailed on the reverse. You can also get the taxes, if applicable.

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https://taskernet.com/shares/?user=AS35m8mfGyuboiM%2Fz2tF8XYXsBUv3Xkrp5hi5ZvqsTMif3HMNm3%2FTO4lh2qWQ28b9SnLuImT3MNI70s0Wk8%3D&id=Project%3ABitcoin+Mining+Profitability+Calculator+v1.0

To download the latest version of the project you can go here. Enjoy it ;)

I want to argue that the value of bitcoin can be asserted by the cost to mine it. It could be less than that, but it doesn't make sense that it would be more than that.

At current difficulty, an antminer s9 can mine 0.064 BTC/month. Lets say it cost you $1500 to buy and setup the S9 and it will last you 15 months (a conservative estimate); so every month the setup costs you $1500/15 = $100. Electricity costs $0.15/kWh. At 1300 W, it is $140.40/month.

Thus, total monthly cost is $240, and income is 0.064 BTC.

This means a BTC costs $240/0.064 = $3750

You could change the variables and get a fair future estimate. Say, if difficulty becomes 2x by the end of next year, your cost will become 2x, or $7500/BTC.

ref: https://www.coinwarz.com/calculators/bitcoin-mining-calculato?h=13500.00&p=1300.00&pc=0.15&pf=0.5&d=1590896927258.08000000&r=12.50000000&er=18885.10000000&hc=1500

So at $18k, definitely a bubble!

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At current difficulty, an antminer s9 can mine 0.064 BTC/month. Lets say it cost you $1500 to buy and setup the S9 and it will last you 15 months (a conservative estimate); so every month the setup costs you $1500/15 = $100. Electricity costs $0.15/kWh. At 1300 W, it is $140.40/month.

Thus, total monthly cost is $240, and income is 0.064 BTC.

This means a BTC costs $240/0.064 = $3750

You could change the variables and get a fair future estimate. Say, if difficulty becomes 2x by the end of next year, your cost will become 2x, or $7500/BTC.

ref: https://www.coinwarz.com/calculators/bitcoin-mining-calculato?h=13500.00&p=1300.00&pc=0.15&pf=0.5&d=1590896927258.08000000&r=12.50000000&er=18885.10000000&hc=1500

So at $18k, definitely a bubble!

Hello, forgive me for asking a stupid question. I come from a very poor family, I am used to working hard to make any money, and am skeptical of anything that sounds like easy money, this whole Bitcoin Mining thing seems too good to be true. I want to air my assumptions.

So; I get a Bitcoin wallet, buy an AntMiner S5/7 and power supply, hook it up to internet and configure it, join Slush's mining pool, and just leave the miner running in my basement. Each month I will earn ~0.186 BTC which I can convert into fiat money (~$79)?

Did I miss anything? My electricity is $0.07/kWh, so I am looking to pocket ~$48 a month? Really? Someone tell me I am wrong, cause this sounds insane...

Thank you,

TheGlutton

Source: https://www.bitcoinmining.com/getting-started/

http://www.coinwarz.com/calculators/bitcoin-mining-calculato?h=1155.00&p=590.00&pc=0.07&pf=2.00&d=93448670796.32380000&r=25.00000000&er=427.47210000&hc=500.00

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So; I get a Bitcoin wallet, buy an AntMiner S5/7 and power supply, hook it up to internet and configure it, join Slush's mining pool, and just leave the miner running in my basement. Each month I will earn ~0.186 BTC which I can convert into fiat money (~$79)?

Did I miss anything? My electricity is $0.07/kWh, so I am looking to pocket ~$48 a month? Really? Someone tell me I am wrong, cause this sounds insane...

Thank you,

TheGlutton

Source: https://www.bitcoinmining.com/getting-started/

http://www.coinwarz.com/calculators/bitcoin-mining-calculato?h=1155.00&p=590.00&pc=0.07&pf=2.00&d=93448670796.32380000&r=25.00000000&er=427.47210000&hc=500.00

I'm looking to add a mining calculator for BEAM to an app of mine. I presume there a difficulty run through an equation with miner hashrate like Bitcoin, but is it calculated in the same exact manner, or is it a different equation than Bitcoin?

Here is my bitcoin mining calculator, as an example of what I mean:

https://github.com/taoteh1221/DFD_Cryptocoin_Values/blob/masteapp-lib/php/othecalculators/bitcoin-mining-calculator.php#L32

which is derived from here:

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Difficulty

Also, if anybody knows of a good API for getting BEAM block height / difficulty that would be awesome.

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Here is my bitcoin mining calculator, as an example of what I mean:

https://github.com/taoteh1221/DFD_Cryptocoin_Values/blob/masteapp-lib/php/othecalculators/bitcoin-mining-calculator.php#L32

which is derived from here:

https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Difficulty

Also, if anybody knows of a good API for getting BEAM block height / difficulty that would be awesome.

Due to an oversized solar array, I have about 10 kW of unused energy per hour during daylight hours. How much can you make per kWh in Bitcoin assuming your electrical cost is zero?

If part of that answer is "it depends on your mining hardware" then could someone supply a table showing the current market cost for each kind of miner and the expected power draw in kW of each model? Which mining hardware would give the most mining power per dollar spent?

This mining profitability calculator seems to give the main variables. https://www.coinwarz.com/calculators/bitcoin-mining-calculato?h=23000.00&p=1541.00&pc=0.0&pf=0.00&d=5106422924659.82000000&r=12.50000000&er=3895.50000000&hc=0.00 Do I just need to plug in my expected hash rate, energy consumption in watts, and electrical cost of zero?

This article seems to suggest that in Jan 2018 the break-even price was $3900 per bitcoin, which corresponded to an electrical cost of 3 cents per kWh. https://medium.com/@hodlmodel/breakeven-price-of-btc-mining-i-bitmains-49-hashrate-694a5699fa37 Obviously that was a different world than today, but I wonder if things would be migrating - when bitcoin pricing is falling sharply - towards that break-even electrical cost of 3 cents per kWh. If yes, mining bitcoin with the available free electricity seems like a poor investment.

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If part of that answer is "it depends on your mining hardware" then could someone supply a table showing the current market cost for each kind of miner and the expected power draw in kW of each model? Which mining hardware would give the most mining power per dollar spent?

This mining profitability calculator seems to give the main variables. https://www.coinwarz.com/calculators/bitcoin-mining-calculato?h=23000.00&p=1541.00&pc=0.0&pf=0.00&d=5106422924659.82000000&r=12.50000000&er=3895.50000000&hc=0.00 Do I just need to plug in my expected hash rate, energy consumption in watts, and electrical cost of zero?

This article seems to suggest that in Jan 2018 the break-even price was $3900 per bitcoin, which corresponded to an electrical cost of 3 cents per kWh. https://medium.com/@hodlmodel/breakeven-price-of-btc-mining-i-bitmains-49-hashrate-694a5699fa37 Obviously that was a different world than today, but I wonder if things would be migrating - when bitcoin pricing is falling sharply - towards that break-even electrical cost of 3 cents per kWh. If yes, mining bitcoin with the available free electricity seems like a poor investment.

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Bitcoin mining is super important. It keeps our favorite cryptocurrency going. Mining is the process of verifying the bitcoin transactions and adding them to the public ledger, and being rewarded for doing the same. It involves solving complex cryptographic puzzles which are highly computation intensive. Anyone can become a miner, provided that you have access to the Internet and the hardware required to do the difficult calculations. Bitcoin Mining Bitcoins are mined in groups called “blocks”. The reward for mining gets halved for every 210,000 blocks mined. When bitcoin came out in 2009, the reward for mining a block was around 50 BTC. Today, the reward for mining a block is 12.5 BTC. Currently, there are about 16,791,100 bitcoins in circulation, and the maximum number of bitcoins that can ever be produced has been capped at 21 million. On an average, around 1,800 bitcoins are mined per day. (For real-time figures, checkout bitcoinblockhalf.) More the number of active mining nodes (higher hashrate), greater the difficulty level of mining additional ones. As a result, computations get complex, and a lot of hardware is required for doing the same. Now, this hardware would understandably consume a lot of energy to run. This consumption would be pretty significant, you’d think. Let’s do the math and find out.

To calculate the electrical energy used to power the bitcoin network, one needs to look at the number of sums that are conducted every second for solving the cryptographic puzzles. Then, one needs to find out the amount of electrical energy needed to solve each sum. The “sums” being talked about here are nothing but “hashes”. A miner has to come up with a 64-digit hexadecimal number (A hash) that is less than or equal to the target hash. Not only that, he/she has to be the first one to do it. To mine successfully, you need to have a high hashrate and need a lot of computing power. Your best bet would be to use either a graphics processing unit miner (GPU) or an application-specific integrated circuit miner (ASIC). According to a recently released estimate by Digiconomist, Bitcoin mining consumes about 30.14 TeraWatt Hours of energy annually. This level of consumption is actually higher than more than 159 countries. About 381,000 bitcoin transactions are processed in a day. In a year, therefore, a bitcoin transaction would consume an average of 200–210 KiloWatt Hours of energy. An Indian household consumes an average of 75 KiloWatt Hours of energy in a month. A single bitcoin transaction, therefore, consumes as much energy as a household does in 3 whole months! The Power of Bitcoin One has to agree that running the bitcoin network requires a lot of power. In fact, with the numbers we’re crunching, bitcoin transactions are consuming more energy than half the planet! With bitcoin gaining immense popularity, the number of miners that join the race keeps increasing. As it gets harder and harder to mine bitcoins, the graph of power needed to do so continues to shoot up. In some places, this power drain has been putting a strain on the local power grids. For example in Venezuela, mining operations have adverse effects on the country’s existing electricity shortage problem. On the other hand, one needs to remember that the bitcoin is a volatile currency. Different numerical figures associated with it constantly fluctuate every day. This leads us along a path which has an unforeseeable future

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To calculate the electrical energy used to power the bitcoin network, one needs to look at the number of sums that are conducted every second for solving the cryptographic puzzles. Then, one needs to find out the amount of electrical energy needed to solve each sum. The “sums” being talked about here are nothing but “hashes”. A miner has to come up with a 64-digit hexadecimal number (A hash) that is less than or equal to the target hash. Not only that, he/she has to be the first one to do it. To mine successfully, you need to have a high hashrate and need a lot of computing power. Your best bet would be to use either a graphics processing unit miner (GPU) or an application-specific integrated circuit miner (ASIC). According to a recently released estimate by Digiconomist, Bitcoin mining consumes about 30.14 TeraWatt Hours of energy annually. This level of consumption is actually higher than more than 159 countries. About 381,000 bitcoin transactions are processed in a day. In a year, therefore, a bitcoin transaction would consume an average of 200–210 KiloWatt Hours of energy. An Indian household consumes an average of 75 KiloWatt Hours of energy in a month. A single bitcoin transaction, therefore, consumes as much energy as a household does in 3 whole months! The Power of Bitcoin One has to agree that running the bitcoin network requires a lot of power. In fact, with the numbers we’re crunching, bitcoin transactions are consuming more energy than half the planet! With bitcoin gaining immense popularity, the number of miners that join the race keeps increasing. As it gets harder and harder to mine bitcoins, the graph of power needed to do so continues to shoot up. In some places, this power drain has been putting a strain on the local power grids. For example in Venezuela, mining operations have adverse effects on the country’s existing electricity shortage problem. On the other hand, one needs to remember that the bitcoin is a volatile currency. Different numerical figures associated with it constantly fluctuate every day. This leads us along a path which has an unforeseeable future

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