5 Best Bitcoin Mining Hardware ASIC Machines (2020 Rigs)

[H] NF1 NanoFury USB ASIC 2.4 Gh Bitcoin Miner Nano Fury Bitfury [W] $70 BTC / PAYPAL /r/BitcoinMining

[H] NF1 NanoFury USB ASIC 2.4 Gh Bitcoin Miner Nano Fury Bitfury [W] $70 BTC / PAYPAL /BitcoinMining submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

New Red Fury USB Bitfury ASIC Bitcoin Miner 2.6 GHs Rev 2.0 Faster Block Erupter is for sale on cryptothrift.com for Bitcoin and Litecoin https://cryptothrift.com/auctions/crypto-mining-asic/new-red-fury-usb-bitfury-asic-bitcoin-miner-2-6-ghs-rev-2-0-faster-block-erupter/

New Red Fury USB Bitfury ASIC Bitcoin Miner 2.6 GHs Rev 2.0 Faster Block Erupter is for sale on cryptothrift.com for Bitcoin and Litecoin https://cryptothrift.com/auctions/crypto-mining-asic/new-red-fury-usb-bitfury-asic-bitcoin-miner-2-6-ghs-rev-2-0-faster-block-erupte submitted by duetschpire to cryptothrift [link] [comments]

Red Fury Bitfury USB ASIC 2.6Gh/s: Bitcoin Miner 6-7x Faster than Block Erupter is for sale on cryptothrift.com for Bitcoin and Litecoin https://cryptothrift.com/auctions/crypto-mining-asic/red-fury-bitfury-usb-asic-2-6ghs-bitcoin-miner-6-7x-faster-than-block-erupter-9/

Red Fury Bitfury USB ASIC 2.6Gh/s: Bitcoin Miner 6-7x Faster than Block Erupter is for sale on cryptothrift.com for Bitcoin and Litecoin https://cryptothrift.com/auctions/crypto-mining-asic/red-fury-bitfury-usb-asic-2-6ghs-bitcoin-miner-6-7x-faster-than-block-erupter-9/ submitted by duetschpire to cryptothrift [link] [comments]

Red Fury Bitfury USB ASIC 2.6Gh/s: Bitcoin Miner 6-7x Faster than Block Erupter is for sale on cryptothrift.com for Bitcoin and Litecoin https://cryptothrift.com/auctions/crypto-mining-asic/red-fury-bitfury-usb-asic-2-6ghs-bitcoin-miner-6-7x-faster-than-block-erupter-8/

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Red Fury Bitfury USB ASIC 2.6Gh/s: Bitcoin Miner 6-7x Faster than Block Erupter is for sale on cryptothrift.com for Bitcoin and Litecoin https://cryptothrift.com/auctions/crypto-mining-asic/red-fury-bitfury-usb-asic-2-6ghs-bitcoin-miner-6-7x-faster-than-block-erupter-7/

Red Fury Bitfury USB ASIC 2.6Gh/s: Bitcoin Miner 6-7x Faster than Block Erupter is for sale on cryptothrift.com for Bitcoin and Litecoin https://cryptothrift.com/auctions/crypto-mining-asic/red-fury-bitfury-usb-asic-2-6ghs-bitcoin-miner-6-7x-faster-than-block-erupter-7/ submitted by duetschpire to cryptothrift [link] [comments]

The BitMain Monopoly

Have we not built up the bitmain monopoly buy supporting their hardware so heavily ? No one seems to use anything else and there are no other viable bitcoin miners on the market - in a market where its not that hard to design, print and produce mining chips ?
A next-gen USB chip that does 1TH would easily put the market back where it needs to be... and make a ton of cash as well. Where are BitFury and Spondoolies when you need them.
Even a simple USB miner based on the BitFury 16nm chip at 100GH/s would be awesome and the market would eat it up... and I am sure they have new hardware by now thats faster and better than this
http://bitfury.com/products#16nm-asic
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Starting with Bitcoin... What Should I Use?

Hello there! I really wanted to start bitcoin mining for a while now, but everything was very expensive. Now, like 5 months later, Prices have dropped. I wanted to know if this would be good. I entered this into a profit calculator as well, so no need to say how much I will earn, just if you think it will be a good stater-ish kit...
4-5 USB ASIC Miners .335 G/hash roughly 16 bucks 1-2 USB ASIC Bitfury or Some Other clocking in at 1.7-2 G/Hash. Roughly 40-60 bucks 1 10 slot usb hub, powered of course. 10 ish bucks (Depends on how lucky I get!) 1 Cooling Fan For about 10 bucks as well. 1 Raspberry PI (Own It <3 ) Possibly a 10 G/hash miner box from Butterfly,but not to sure until I feel how mining goes...
That is about it. Now before you guys go and scorn me about, "Hey, noob, learn everything first, go spend 3k before you get Serious!", I really don't care about profit ATM... I just want to get the experience in. I would also like some crypto currency just in case it gets REALLY popular. Kind of like a investment. Well, what else do you think? With the Fan , Usb Hub ( Possibly Smaller for now) And 4-5 of the .335, that should churn out .16 cents a day. 222 days later XD... But I would really like to get along with this. Any other advice or a comment, feel free to put it under! Have a nice day and happy mining!
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My successful story

Hi,
I jumped in the bandwagon of bitcoin mining 1 month ago and I can now say that I'm doing quite a lot and have a nice ROI.
Look for these keywords when you search about: USB Miner, Bitfury, ASIC, CGMiner, BFGMiner, Hashrate, Hub. I use myself USB miner from bifuryminers(dot)com, but shhh this is my little secret :D and we can promote that kind of good stuff here so..(I still love you reddit <3 )
Ok, so when you are set, don't try to do as I did in the first place: try to do it all by myself. Go on bitcoin mining forum, find people and pool and THEN, start the mining. It's really simple, low power consumption (with USB miners).
Have fun in what you do and improve your methods!
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Which ASIC would you recommend, if any? Moreover, would you recommend them to a novice miner as a learning experience?

Hey /BitcoinBeginners,
I come to you as a novice, eager to learn. I've been quite excited to somehow join the ranks of those who have embraced crypto-currencies. Not only does it hold a lot of promise for the future, but it seems like a very interesting endeavour. I've had a few barriers to entry (can't find a single reasonably priced 6950/6970), so I can't partake in a big way. However, I'd still like to try my hand at it in an educational manner.
This is where my question comes in. I've got a Raspberry Pi lying around and I've found a guide to turn it into a simple and cheap mining rig. The guide requires an ASIC, and I've found these ( 1 & 2 ) two. Would anyone vouch for either? If not, I'm open to suggestions and advice.
Many thanks in advance.
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BTC ASIC Bitcoin USB NanoFury NF1 2.4 GH/S Unboxed & Tested By MrAlanC Red Fury USB ASIC miner by BitFury How to setup USB Asic Miner Blue Fury bitcoin miner 2.2~2 ... How to setup Bitfury Twin Chip 4-5 gh/s ASIC USB Miner ... Bitfury 16nm ASIC Demo - Part 1 of 3

Unlike with the Antminer S9, S7, or Antminer S5, with Antminer R4, Bitmain is targeting the home Bitcoin miner market. It is a home Bitcoin miner that may actually turn a profit, unlike Bitcoin USB miners. Some of these problems mentioned above have been addressed and as a miner you can do it as a hobby while also making some money. MinePeon is an arm mining platform for the earlier generation of bitcoin miners (ASIC & FPGA) that interfaced with a computer via USB. It ran on the Raspberry PI 1 & 2 and there was even a version or two for the Beagle Bone Black making it a very cheap and efficient alternative to running a full PC. Usb bitcoin asic miner - Achetez une variété de produits à prix abordables sur eBay. Economisez avec notre option de livraison gratuite. Achetez en toute confiance et sécurité sur eBay! BitFury Red Fury Bitcoin Miner - USB ASIC Bitcoin Miner 2.2+ GH/s 4,0 su 5 stelle 6 voti. Attualmente non disponibile. ... BitFury Red Fury - USB Bitcoin Miner ASIC 2.2+ GH/s 4.0 out of 5 stars 6 ratings. Currently unavailable. We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock. Customers also shopped for. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1 . This shopping feature will continue to load items when the Enter key is pressed. ...

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BTC ASIC Bitcoin USB NanoFury NF1 2.4 GH/S Unboxed & Tested By MrAlanC

How to setup Bitfury Twin Chip 4-5 gh/s ASIC USB Miner with cgminer - Duration: 7:08. ... How to setup USB Asic Miner Red Fury bitcoin miner 2.2~2.7 GH/s with cgminer - Duration: 5:53. Hash power: 460 - 520 GH/s Power consumption: 800 W @ 220V 6U rack Steel chassis 15 x 80 mm fans Modular 12 PCBs 16 BitFury chips each card 2.75 - 3.0 GH/s per chip Custom miner BeagleBone ... This video will show you how to setup the USB miner using cgminer. Zadig winUSB driver installer http://zadig.akeo.ie/ cgminer software http://www.mediafire.... This is 1 out of 3 videos in series about our new 16nm Bitcoin Mining ASIC where we demonstrate the low power performance of the chip. Notice that there is no heat sink attached. This video will teach you have to setup a Blue Fury usb miner. Download Link for Alpha drivers: http://www.mediafire.com/download/4am7lyk7y7lbbdv/bfgminer+3....

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