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    IMO, due to current BTC difficulty levels, single-machine (and single-person) mining ends up quite far from profitable (you end up spending more in hardware and electricity than what you get).

    There are interesting mining pools where you can buy some CPU power (measured in Terahash per second) which seem reasonably priced. One example: hashflare.io (but please do your own research... there are many more)... it's OK, but nothing spectacular; as far as I understand it, if the price of BTC stays the same (as a week ago) or increases, it may provide some profits after about 7 months... (earlier if BTC's price increases).

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    ^ cloud mining... i.e - hashflare & others are not worth it
    there are many peeps complaining that the mgmt fees are eating up something btwn 55-74%

    maybe if btc gets back to over 15k, it may be worth it, but not now


    someone told me that currently for an S9, one would make less than 1/2 a btc for a year due to difficulty
    unless one gets a miner for cheap & has real cheap electricity...seems better to just buy yur share

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    Thanks to new technologies, some issues can be solved simply. For your secure transactions with cryptocurrency, I suggest using a mixer bitcoin shuffle.

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