Five USB Bitcoin Miners in Comparison- Bitcoin Mining

How much can a 330MH/S USB asic make on a low end PC? /r/Bitcoin

How much can a 330MH/S USB asic make on a low end PC? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAll to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

ASICMiner Block Erupter USB 330MH/s Sapphire Miner is for sale on cryptothrift.com for Bitcoin and Litecoin https://cryptothrift.com/auctions/crypto-mining-asic/asicminer-block-erupter-usb-330mhs-sapphire-miner-3/

ASICMiner Block Erupter USB 330MH/s Sapphire Miner is for sale on cryptothrift.com for Bitcoin and Litecoin https://cryptothrift.com/auctions/crypto-mining-asic/asicminer-block-erupter-usb-330mhs-sapphire-miner-3/ submitted by duetschpire to cryptothrift [link] [comments]

What can I do with a 330MH/s SHA-256 USB ASIC? /r/Bitcoin

What can I do with a 330MH/s SHA-256 USB ASIC? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

ASICMiner Block Erupter USB 330MH/s Sapphire Miner is for sale on cryptothrift.com for Bitcoin and Litecoin https://cryptothrift.com/auctions/crypto-mining-asic/asicminer-block-erupter-usb-330mhs-sapphire-miner-2/

ASICMiner Block Erupter USB 330MH/s Sapphire Miner is for sale on cryptothrift.com for Bitcoin and Litecoin https://cryptothrift.com/auctions/crypto-mining-asic/asicminer-block-erupter-usb-330mhs-sapphire-miner-2/ submitted by duetschpire to cryptothrift [link] [comments]

ASICMiner Block Erupter USB 330MH/s Sapphire Miner is for sale on cryptothrift.com for Bitcoin and Litecoin https://cryptothrift.com/auctions/crypto-mining-asic/asicminer-block-erupter-usb-330mhs-sapphire-miner/

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Can something like this mine doge

ASICMiner Block Erupter USB 330MH/s Sapphire Miner
http://www.amazon.com/ASICMiner-Block-Erupter-USB-Sapphire/dp/B00CUJT7TO
will this mine doge?
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Mining like the old days

Well going through my junk electronics getting ready for a move I found 2 block erupter miners from several years ago when I just wanted to play around with mining bitcoin. They each rock a whopping 330MHs, which 2 years ago was way to low to mine bitcoin even as a hobby with free electricity, hence them ending up in the back of the closet.
For nostalgia sake, what is out there for me to mine with 2 SHA256 miners and some free electricity that would be fun, and actually have a return more then 0.0000001 coin a day? What do you mine for fun?
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Should I bother mining?

I am new to BTC and am wondering if it is worth my time to mine BTCs. I have a laptop and a desktop; can I just leave it running for a week and get bitcoins or do I need an expensive setup to even get started? If I mine can I continue internet use as normal or will mining significantly affect my internet speed? I apologize if these are stupid questions but I really don't know.
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Question about USB miners.

So I'm confused. My 1060 6GB gets about 20MH/s using Ethminer with Nicehash but on the site it jumps to 35MH/s sometimes. So lets say my max Hashrate is 35MH/s. That gets me about 0.0013 btc a day. Now if A USB miner like the Block Erupter has a Hashrate of 330MH/s how could it make just $0.01 a day? It's around 10x better than my GPU speed, shouldn't it produce 0.013 bitcoin a day? I also see alot of people on this sub saying USB miners aren't even worth the cost, but if one $30 miner mines 10x faster than a 1060, wouldn't it be a great investment? Thanks
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Block Erupter vs. GPU

So I'm considering my first mining rig, because I'd like to get into bitcoin (not for the big digibucks) and I wanted to check my reasoning with the this subreddit. I see a lot of disrespect for the Block Erupters, but the cost has come down a bit.
Using this configuration, you get 3GH/s for about $1200 in GPU's. Not counting the rest of the build, that nets you 2.5MH/s per $1.
Using USB Block Erupters, you get 330MH/s for (based on current exchange) $90.3. This works out to 3.6MH/s per $1.
Doesn't it make sense to build a mining rig out of Block Erupters instead of a costlier GPU rig which sucks power and makes noise?
EDIT: Added mining rig link.
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[GUIDE] How you can help decentralize the network using p2pool and rented hashing power.

Hey guys,
After seeing this ghash.io 51% drama play out for the second time I've decided to start contributing to the network using P2pool. I don't own any SHA256 mining hardware aside from a 330mh block erupter, so I started looking around for hashpower for rent that wouldn't cost me too much. I settled on using Betarigs and Nicehash, services that I already use to lease X13 hashpower on my GPU rigs. I found cheap hashing power on these services that would put me close to breaking even. So far the costs have been very small and I have put an average of 2TH on a local p2pool node. It's not much but every GH counts!
I've made instructions for renting on both websites. Be warned that P2Pool has a high variance due to their low hashrate, so ideally you would want to mine for a sustained period with a lower hashrate to balance it out.
The NiceHash method:
You will need:
  1. Create an account at NiceHash.com and add 0.01BTC on the deposit page.
  2. go to http://www.bitcoinx.com/profit/ and work out the amount of coins you will earn per terahash (0.0428 at the time of writing) This is the target price for your order. (please note that orders at a higher price take priority so matching the highest order guarantees that you will get your hashrate but is more expensive)
  3. Click the orders tab at the top of the page and create an order. Select SHA256 from the algorithm dropdown menu. The price per terahash should be slightly higher than the estimate you found on BitcoinX. Check which orders are going through on the front page and try to match that price. Limit the amount of mining power to 1 terahash per second to ensure your miner is going for as long as possible (this means there is less potential for variance).
  4. Find a p2pool node that is close to you. You can use http://p2pool-nodes.info/ for this. Find a node that is close to you and click on the url. Check the efficiency is around 100%. If it isn't, go back and find another node. If the node does fit the criteria you can proceed to the next step.
  5. Put the node URL (minus the http:// and port) into the pool address box on Nicehash. The port (usually 9332) should be put in the port box to the right.
  6. Put your BTC address in the user field and x in the password field. Double check to verify everything is correct and place the order.
You should soon see the hashrate of the p2pool node you are connected to go up and your address show up in the stats field. If this doesn't happen within 20 minutes, either edit your order to have a higher price per TH or wait for the higher priced orders to finish.
The Betarigs method
This method is cheaper than using Nicehash as you are renting hardware rather than raw hashrate, which you pay a 'convenience fee' for. This is not as straightforward but will cost you less and give you more choice of the rig you want to rent.
You will need:
  • Some Bitcoin
  • A P2Pool node to connect to (You can use http://p2pool-nodes.info/)
  • A Betarigs.com account (Sign up on their site for free)
  1. Sign up for a Betarigs account using the register link in the top right of the page and follow the steps to sign up.
  2. At the top left of the page, go to rent a rig and select SHA-256.
  3. Turn on results for all of the available rig sizes and hit search. You will see a list of rigs and their price per day, hashrate and price per TH on the right. The rigs displayed first are the cheapest per TH, placing them closer to breaking even with mining profit (while helping the network. Sweet!)
  4. Find a rig with a low price per TH that is within your price range. You can pick up an Antminer S1 for around 0.008 per 24h, often cheaper. When you've found a rig you would like to rent, click the green 'Rent Rig!' button to the right of the result.
  5. Double check that the information is correct and confirm that you would like to rent the rig. You will be taken to a page with fields for your pool, user and password.
  6. Find a p2pool node that is close to you. You can use http://p2pool-nodes.info/ for this. Find a node that is close to you and click on the url. Check the node's efficiency is close to or above 100%. If it isn't, go back and find another node. If the node does fit the criteria you can proceed to the next step.
  7. Put the node URL (minus the http://) into the pool address box on Nicehash. The port should go on the end of the url in this format - url:port
  8. Put your BTC address in the user field and x in the password field. Double check to verify everything is correct and click 'update the target mining pool'.
  9. Send the exact amount of BTC specified by Betarigs to the address displayed at the top of the control panel. After one confirmation, the rig will start to mine and you will be able to check your status on the p2pool node page soon!
I have around 1.5 TH (!1.2TH from NiceHash, ~300GH from Betarigs) pointed at a local p2pool node, 2-400gh of which should last for 3 days to 1 week. I decided to do this to decentralize the network rather than for profit although I do seem to be breaking even so far. P2Pool varies wildly so a lot of it is down to luck. I may add a picture tutorial if this picks up enough interest, as I aim to make this guide as noob friendly as possible. Please reply with any additions and I will add them to the OP.
Thanks for reading and keep hashing! :)
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Block erupter issue

I have looked over google for some help but im obviously not looking in the correct places because I did not see what i need. Hopefully someone here can point me in the right direction. Here is whats going on. I started off with 1 asic block erupter (ASICMiner Block Erupter USB 330MH/s Sapphire Miner) and everything was going fine. i added another one to the setup and everything was still going fine. (this is all being done on USB ports that are on the back of my PC, no USB hub, yet) I then aquired an antminer (BITMAIN ANTMINER U2 2Gh/s USB Bitcoin ASIC Miner. Overclockable) and plugged it into my PC as well. I am using BFGminer 3.10.0 currently and everything was running fine. all 3 miners were mining. I went ahead and ordered a usb hub because i figured if i was going to keep adding miners that my computer would not be a good place to put them all. well a day before the hub got here, i noticed that one of the miners (the saphire one) was not mining. i looked at my device manager and only saw 2 of them. so i rebooted, messed around with some different ports but nothing made that one work. i figured it was broken for whatever reason and assumed it was because it wasnt suppose to be on my mother board. thing is, it works on another PC. so i waited for the hub to come in to see if it would work on there but it still does not. Im thinking its a driver issue since its not showing up on this computer but it will on another. Any idea or suggestion on how to get my current PC (windows 8.0) to run it? Should i try a different version of bfgminer, or maybe cgminer? im fairly new to all this so i dont really know where to go with it.
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Is ASICMiner worth it ?

Hello, I'm new to Bitcoin mining, I mine with my GTX 750 Ti, just for fun, just to test :) I mine at 170 Mhash/s. I have a RaspberryPi but I don't use it, and I wanted to transform it into a little Bitcoin miner with ASICMiner (ASICMiner Block Erupter USB 330MH/s Sapphire Miner) like that: http://www.amazon.com/ASICMiner-Block-Erupter-USB-Sapphire/dp/B00CUJT7TO
So I wanted to ask; Is it worth it ?
Cordially, bmx22c.
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[WTS] ASICMiner USB Block Erupter (red)

I have 4.
Each one mines at more than 330MH/s, powered only by the USB port. It serves as a replacement of GPUs for mining hobbyists. Your GPUs could be freed from calculating hashes and resume rendering for you. It is also a perfect gift for getting people to learn about Bitcoin and Bitcoin mining.
Willing to ship anywhere in North America. Looking for about $100 for all of them (not including shipping).
they look like this
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Bitcoin Mining on a RaspberyPI... Help!

Hey all!
I setup CGMiner on a RaspberyPI with a ASICMiner USB miner (330MH/s) with the intent of setting it up in my office as a talking point/cool display as we love bitcoin.
I installed a number of libraries, CGMiner, plugged in the miner, got a wallet, joined a pool... Ya know... All the good stuff.
The only bummer is that when I start up CGMiner, it looks like the miner is failing to start:
Not sure if it helps, here's a screen shot of CGMiner starting up in terminal... No red flags that I can see: http://prntscr.com/8litff
Any idea of how to fix this?
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[WTS] 2x BFL Bitcoin Miner [7GHs and 10Ghs], power supplies, various USB Miners and Raspberry Pi Model B for controlling BFL

Can not sell for at least 6 months
I need to get these things out of my house. Everything runs perfectly and have been run for about 6 weeks [turned them off back in the summer after running too hot]. I bought them from Butterfly Labs directly at retail price. I am interested in knowing how much I can get for them. Doing some math I think I can get about $300-$350
I will not be making the sale until July, when I can actually get to them and get them shipped out. [No pictures, again just looking for reference prices]
What I have:
1x BFL Bitcoin Miner 7GHs (Likely could part for $60)
1x BFL Bitcoin Miner 10GHs (Likely could part for $90)
5x USB Block Eruptors 330MHs (Likely could part with the lot for $35)
2x AntMiner 2GHs [Never used] (Retail on Amazon for $35 each, could sell for $30 each)
1x Raspberry Pi Model B [would probably sell 4GB SD Card, USB Hub, Power Supply, and 16x2 LCD display with it] (Would sell the entire package for $70)
Willing to ship US only
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only mining at an average of 17kh/s can someone help.

I have an xfx radeon hd6950 that Ive had in my rig for a couple years now for gaming. Recently I decided to get into mining a bit. I tried out bitcoin mining and i was getting an average of 330mh/s but for some reason while mining doge im only getting an average of 18kh/s can someone explain this to me? also I'm using CGWatcher in conjunction with cgminer
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Could this be profitable?

So I recently came into possession of 12 330mh/s ASIC bitcoin usb miners. I already have a slew of raspberry pi 2 units. Could I build an array capable of turning a profit? I do have solar panels but that offsets the elec. cost during the day. Thoughts?
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Is this an accurate estimated result?

So, I'm very new to the crypto currency mining scene, and I've been looking around at it since about last night. From what I can tell, you can make much more money mining litecoin than bitcoin. I found a USB asic miner on ebay for $25 and it says it's mining speed is 330mh/s. I looked that up on a calculator and it says something like $300 dollars per day. This just seems unrealistically high.
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CoinDays/Coin Days has been advertising on reddit. Now they claim to have some BFL devices in stock, as well as Erupters. Anyone able to vouch for them?

http://coindays.com/mining/asicminer-erupter-usb-330mh-s-sapphire-bitcoin-miner-gpu-limited-stock-only-to-premium-buyes.html
$73 sounds reasonable. But what's crazy is they claim to have the 25GH/s and 50GH/s miners in stock.
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How I fall in love with bitcoins these days

 Actually, I was an PCB board foreign trade salesman, working on alibaba platform for 3 years since graduated from university. However, about 6 months ago, I remembered that was an sunny afternoon, my boss(a really professional PCB、PCBA man) call me to had a cup of tea with him. “he must have some idea again” I know. Then I felt very nervous, praying he gave me some good news like increase salary for me or something similar, but not fire me. God bless me. He really share me an surprising product.- Bitcoin asicminer. 
2013,9th, Sep BITCOIN ASICMINER, this new word then accompanied me for the last days till today. Since 2012, I have learned something about bitcoins from my friend. I know that [Bitcoin is a kind of network virtual currency, anyone in the world can use to purchase virtual items, such as clothes, hats, equipment in network game,etc. Certainly, you can also use bitcoins to purchase items in real life as long as the seller accept. However, the most special point for bitcoin is that the issue, circulation and management of bitcoins does not belong to any person, organization, company or any country. In another words, it’s equally and belong to everyone who participate in. Anyone who have a computer, connecting to network, and then running a free open source software can be involved. There is never such thing that anyone who as an administrator or who have the center node or privilege. That calls BITCOIN SYSTEM, a equally peer-to-peer(P2P) systems. Most important of all, BITCOIN SYSTEM can promise as below: 1. the total quantity of bitcoins is certained. 2.the quantity of bitcoins increase at a slow pace, but not sudden increase. 3. bitcoins will eventually increase to a certain quantity, but not unlimited growth. 4. the above characteristics are guaranteed by a recognized mathematical formula, do not need any guarantee come from any person, any organization or country. 5.the circulation of bitcoins do not need any intermediaries and the transfer process is not subject to interference]. So this news asicminer is a big surprise for me. At the first week, I was curious about this magical hardware , but then I nearly crazy about it. 2013,9th, Sep 13:46
 As time by, we learn more and more(an crazy increase speed) people are interested in bitcoin,, either to be a miner mining or invest bitcoins. About half an month later, I was called to have a cup of tea again. This time, I was exciting. As expected, boss asked: If you want to sell bitcoin asicminer on aliexpress? My answer is YES, without any hesitation. Then my experience with bitcoin asicminer hardware begain……… Then our store--- China BTC Electronics Co.,LTD (http://www.aliexpress.com/store/340830) opened, our asicminer begain selling on aliexpress. At first, we selling 330MH/S USB asicminer, then we selling 10gh/s blade asicminer and till today, we add 10gh/s mini blade asicminer selling 
2013,10th,Sep 10:05
 Here want to share some experience with my customer. My first customer is an gentleman from Russian. I remembered it was about 16:00 on Monday, trandemanager pop up a message. He very nice to say hello to me and told me he came from Russian and was a newer very interested in bitcoins, want to try to have a USB block erupter, but wonder if we can teach he how to use and wonder if we can ship to him immediately. That’s absolutely what we should service for our customers. Then online we talked about how to use step by step, and I promised him when we confirm receiving his payment, we will arrange shipment in 24 hours. Half an hour later, he told me everything is ok. And pop up again, aliexpress notice me my customer place order and 1 minutes later, he paid the payment. I was so exciting. That was my first customer and so nice an communication process. Next day moring, I confirmed payment. WOW, before noon, I arrange the shipment. ……later, later, this customer feedback, it’s vey nice, and buy 5 units again. Considered he was my old customer, at that time, I gave him an discount. Haha, good experience!!! 
2013,11th,Sep 15:16
 Another very interesting customer from Brazil who is now become my friend. We always chat on skype, chat some latest news about bitcoin, bitcoin hardware. He is really an senior man for bitcoin.. I remembered that was midnight, I was in sleeping, and my trademanager on mobile phone pop up a message, which really scared me, you can image that in mindnight, and your mobile phone suddenly rang, how horrible a thing. “Customer is our God” I have to wake up. (Saleman is really working 24 hours.) Then he told me he want an 10gh/s hardware,but wander if we can help him make the invoice value smaller which is convenient for him to let custom clearance smoothly in Brazil. And hope we can ship to him in one week. 7 days later, he told me he received the asicminer form UPS and gave us a 100% positive feedback. Really thanks!!! What’s more, he introduced his friends to buy asicminers in my store(http://www.aliexpress.com/store/340830) Here thanks he again. And also thanks his friends trusting us. 
2013,12th,Sep
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Block Erupter's mining some Bitcoin How Much Money Will You Make Bitcoin Mining With a 330MH s ... How Much Money Will You Make Bitcoin Mining With a 330MH/s Block Erupter ASICMiner Block Erupter USB 330MH/s Sapphire Miner  Review/Test Bitcoin Mining on the Cheap? USB Block Erupter ASIC Miner Review

ASICMiner Block Erupter USB 330MH/s Sapphire Miner. The Sapphire Block Erupters were the first Bitcoin USB miners. They have 330 MH/s of hash power which would net you less than $0.01 per month. It may be a good choice just to see how mining works, but like with most USB miners: do not expect to turn a profit. GekkoScience Compac USB Stick Bitcoin Miner. The GekkoScience miners is just ... Speed: 330Mh/s-336Mh/s! With Great Stability and very Low HW errors! Power Usage: Only 500mA - 510mA, 2.5w, per Usb. Beautiful Green LED, To Show when Powered, and blinks while hashing. Used (2) from $56.66 + FREE Shipping. Customers who viewed this item also viewed. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1 . This shopping feature will continue to load items when the Enter key is pressed. In order ... Releasing the power of 330Mh/s of hash power, the user would be able to receive nothing less than $0.01/month thus not enough to earn profitability. Relation to the ASIC bitcoin miner USB, it generates a power of 25 gigahash/second which is, nowadays; almost nothing but not that much due to the rise in difficulty of obtaining the Bitcoins. The device will need active cooling as it gets hot due ... Finden Sie Top-Angebote für Asicminer Block Erupter USB 330 MH S Sapphire Miner bei eBay. Kostenlose Lieferung für viele Artikel! Find out if it's profitable to mine Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, DASH or Monero. Do you think you've got what it takes to join the tough world of cryptocurrency mining? CryptoCompare needs javascript enabled in order to work. Follow these instructions to activate and enable JavaScript in Chrome. PC. To the right of the address bar, click the icon with 3 stacked horizontal lines. From the drop ...

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Block Erupter's mining some Bitcoin

5% Daily BitCoins: https://goo.gl/R5iCNT A single Sapphire Block Erupter together with the BitMinter miner. Hello everyone, thanks for watching my video, this is of my raspberry pi set up. I have had it going for about 1 week now, without any issues on the raspberry pi. As promised I am going to post ... How Much Money Will You Make Bitcoin Mining With a 330MH/s Block Erupter - Duration: 2:59. David Lent 11,103 views. 2:59. How to Mine Bitcoins with a USB Miner on a Mac ... GANHE DINHEIRO AQUI!!!!! http://sadfgvfbh.blogspot.ru ** How Much Money Will You Make Bitcoin Mining BITCOIN PRICE , BITCOIN FUTURE in doubt What is NAMECOIN... How Much Money Will You Make Bitcoin Mining With a 330MH/s Block Erupter - Duration: 2:59. David Lent 11,123 views. 2:59. Are USB Litecoin Miners Profitable in January 2018?

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