Beginners Guide to Crypto Mining Hardware Buying




Crypto Mining Hardware earns you passive income, most likely thousands of dollars per year, but what are the best types of crypto …


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  1. Thanks Vosk. I learned a lot from you. 1 quick question: how do I report cost of operation as a new home miner? The tax form doesn’t have a work sheet for crypto operating cost.

  2. "I adore you, I've been following your videos for over 2 years. But BE CAREFUL, you should not advertise for COINMININGCENTRAL. I ordered a machine for 15,000 euros, and they never delivered it. They are not reliable at all. They might be reliable with you because you are a YouTuber, so they send you good equipment to make people trust them more.

  3. WHY DONT PEOPLE JUST BUY THE VIDEO CARDS FROM CHINA WWITH OUT COOLERS AND BOXES 5 AT A TIME LIKE THEY USE TO IN THE 90S! THEN ADD THE COOLERS AND VIDEO CARD BOXES BBEFORE THEY USE THEM!
    BUY GETTING A HOLD OF SCHEMATICS FOR THE NEW CARDS. IM SURE ITS CHEAPER AND NOT ILLEGAL FOR PERSONEL USE! WHY PAY 1500 FOR ONE VIDEO CARD WHEN YOU CAN BUY 10 WITH SCHEMATICS?

  4. Hey Vosk, I wanted to hear what your thoughts on cloud mining. Do you know if there are any cloud mining services that are legit? Or is it all a scam?

  5. i want cheap land with a stream that i can produce power on lol. cpu mining can be interesting if you can get your hands on cheap recycle/surplus computers that generate you money. i5 2400 at one point could make you $20 a month per pc and you could get a pallet of them for a $20 a pop

  6. Vosk, Intel ASIC miners are out, they are just not available to consumers currently. Hive Blockchain is already mining with them. They had them built by a third party OEM to their specifications. Greatly enjoy your content. Have a great Sunday.

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