24 Comments

  1. Hi. Here here because of the youtube algorithm. What pico power supplies do you use? Have they been working well? What OS are the rigs running? Thanks!

  2. Hello mate, ( northen Canada here ) i also bought a house in 2015 that was built in 1950 that had a diesel furnance in it. Trought out the years i always mined on my gaming pc's and kept my coins thru every cycle until 2017 where i re invested alot to grow mining output to heat the house, now going in 2021-22 winter i hope i accumulated enough hashrate to go thru this winter with minimal output source of heating :). The only tips i would give to you is… get a woodstove!!!! try to buy a load of wood that you can cut and split yourself and it will be cheap heating when the miners or electricity cant keep up ( outages and downtime )

  3. I been heating my house by mining monero with old i5 dell optiplexes (20)!and it it’s far better than using an electric furnace or a space heater… outside could be 30s deg F and my condo is about 70deg F… and these computers were FREE for me since they were from my jobs IT department.

    Heat + crypto BEATS OUT only getting heat… and the crypto has increasingly becoming more valuable.

    I also have some 4 old v9 antminers that I want to use for heating a hot tub!

  4. Bitcoin miraculously grow when it first started trading from around $0.0008 to $0.08 in July 2010 now per coin yeah and The price reached a peak of $19,783 per bitcoin in late-2017 Bitcoin has really stood its ground and would keep breaking grounds, investors sure know how profitable it is now. My advice is invest in it now that it is still affordable, cause a time is coming shortly when it would become scarce.

  5. Tried mining back in 2016 complete money lost for me.
    Couldn't stand the noise but was more worried about the heat and fire risk.
    So i switched the ASIC machines off after a few months and by that time the miners were worth nothing so i couldn't resell.
    Wish you all the luck in the world tho.
    Can you update on CRO i mean i love the card but im down so much money in buying/ staking CRO.

  6. Thanks for the update on the house. I'd probably be trying the same thing if I were living at your latitude, though I doubt I'd have equal success. I look forward to seeing how the numbers work out after you've had your system up and running longer.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


*