Is it even worth using the bitcoin farm before getting solar power?
Tried searching around for an answer but couldent find anything related. And if yes to question, how many cards is required to make it worth to use prior to solar power? hopefully some math heads know, I tried doing the math but I'm just lost
Bitcoin mining is forcing me to go solar power. I just installed solar panels to run my miners during the day. Not only does my house get heated but I cut the mining cost by 75%. Why? It's not just the cheapest form of energy, but I get rid of the grid-transfer cost and tax (=75%!)
As much as I love the way it prints money now that I have it maxed out, it seems like the Hideout is really OP with Bitcoin Mining and Solar Power. Now that I've maxed both, my hideout is producing a bitcoin every five hours. At an average price of 120K Rubles per, that means that my hideout is generating 4,032,000 Rubles per week (7 days * 24 hours / 5 hours per coin * 120,000 Rubles per coin) with minimal cost in fuel (I just need to find or buy a 5L can every once in a while). Given that I'm a cautious, casual player (i.e. mediocre), I'm now sitting on a full stash of pimped M4s and HKs and over 14M Rubles in cash. This does not even take into account profit I'm making by producing Moonshine and Mag Boxes to sell. While this seems like a high quality problem, I really like the challenge of Tarkov, and it seems like I should have to work harder to stay supplied in gear, weapons, and ammo. Part of the reason I keep doing Scav runs is that I enjoy the thrill of a successful raid with minimal gear as much or more than going in with a min recoil / max ergo M4 complete with a thermal together with Class 5 armor and massacring new players on Customs at night (even though my last three kills were all players over level 38). The counterpoint is that if the wipe had not occurred just before the holidays (which enabled me to put a ridiculous number of hours into the game - much to my wife's chagrine), it would have taken me far longer to max out my Hideout...
EDIT: Sorry, I wasn't clear with the initial post. I'm not doing this for money. It just seems like a fun project that I can build into an industrial design piece that is also eco-friendly. Now that it seems that running a bitcoin miner is unfeasible, I'm just wondering if there is a base level of energy consumption that is needed for a bitcoin node. I'm looking to implement a tiny bitcoin miner that using solar power. I was wondering what is the minimum energy needed for bitcoin mining. Thanks!
Bitcoin mining partner needed in Los Angeles, I will provide solar powered building.
The title says it all. The building can comfortably house up to 500 S9 units and fully solar powered so no electricity bill. Let me know what you guys think and if I am going about this business proposition in the correct way.
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