Alex, sorry for complaining, but with this bitcoin price yield is too low, one year ago with BTC under 7000$ yieal was 0.2; now it is under 5000$.... another BTC drop and we are mining for free.
@ Owen, use your tower Pc to run multiple instance VirtualBox machines win Win10 and a Miner in Power Saving mode.
Hi Alex, bitcoin price is falling down... Can you increase yield? Mining doesn't worth the energy cost..
"Honest payout variables. Last week the Bitcoin reached $10.000 for a while. Eversince the yield dropped from an average of 0.21 sathoshi to 0.17 satoshi. Meanwhile the Bitcoin dropped back/down from 10.000 to 8.000 again, but yield did not go back to 0.2/0.21/0.22 satoshi."
Hi Alex, this was the situation 2 months ago; now the BTC value is the same but yields back then was 0.2, now always 0.1... What news about the improvement?
There is any chance that this "black January" for cryptocurrencies increases the yield?
Right now doesn't worth the electricity cost...
"The default pool in Bitcoin Miner is a multi-pool, where it has your miner mine whatever is most profitable for your PC/Phone, and then converts it over to Bitcoin"
Now I have a clear idea of what a multi-pool is. So we probabily don't mine btc directly but other crypto currency more profitable, so the revenue is converted in btc and then paid.
Thanks again for your explanation.
I wan't to be a "ball breaker" but I doon't undestand 2 things:
1) looking your link I undestand that with high congestion more fee is paid; this (for what I undestand) means more fee for miners. Am I wrong?
2) every block mined release 25 BTC in a indipendent way from the BTC price; why here yield moves with the price?
Thanks in advance for your reply.
BTC price are going down, Yield shouldn't rise up? 0.14 at least...
Why you don't make a table with a reference?
e.g BTC 10000$ - Yield 0.2
BTC 13000$ - Yield 0.17
Yield should go back to 0.2 at least...
I don't undestand if are you that set manualy the yield or if there is an algorithm that changes it.
I suggest you to use power saving mode and no GPU.
Use your Pc resources to install VirtualBox with some 1Gb ram machines with a miner for each.
You will get 1-2 difficulty blocks for each miner, they will be processed faster and you will get more yield with the same power consumption
Any news about this request? This features would be very helpfull.
Just use same bitcoin address in the Payout Address, the devices will mine together
Thanks for the explanation.
Now the yeld is back to 0.2 Sat.
To make it easy: when the value grow up quickly the yeld goes down; when the BTC value decrease and became stable the yeld increase. It is correct?
I agree! What's going on???????
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14400 Sat/day, about 0,54Euro (0,62USD)
How many Sat/h do you mine (for example) with a 300KH/s GPU?
I have a Nokia 530, 1KH/s mining, about 30-35Sat/h
I also use a Pc Intel i5 with 1 miner and 3 VBox Win10 with a miner each one, 5-10Kh/s each, abount 35Sat/h (I obtain only 1 difficult block, 0,3 Sat reward). This is my office Pc and the CPU remining power is enought to work (browser, Excel and email).
With a Pc (4 miner) and a old Win phone (1 miner) I'm mining about 17-180Sat/h.