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Discussion based on cloud mining specifically using HashFlare.

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Discussion about Primecoin and its infra. Primecoin is a very innovative cryptocurrency, being the 1st non Hash-Cash PoW crypto, naturally scarce (not artificially), with very fast confirmations (1min), elastic readjusting reward & a useful mining (byproducts are primes). Primecoin is sustainable (miners are guaranteed to have revenues), and decentralized (ASIC/FPGA are not particularly advantaged). Sidechain for decentralized data applications (e.g. Storj) currently in development.

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This might seem like a fairly abstract question and might not be answerable, but I'm trying to calculate the rough odds of getting a single block hash correct **per attempt**.

This is for the purpose of explanation/analogy rather than something I need to calculate.

I notice there's a "Bitcoin difficulty" which is currently at 860 billion-ish. Is it reasonable to interpret this as a 1/860,000,000,000 chance of a correct hash, or does it not mean that? Given the network's current hash rate of approx 5,000,000 TH/s that number would seem absurdly low. I assume it's some sort of scaling factor.

Given a correct answer occurs (by design) every 10 minutes that equates to roughly 3e+21 hashes before a correct hash is registered. I have no idea what that is in human numbers but more than 860 billion is a given.

Is it right (probability-wise) to put the odds of a single hash attempt at 1/3e+21 or does it not work that way?

Can anyone help me out with the ballpark math here?

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This is for the purpose of explanation/analogy rather than something I need to calculate.

I notice there's a "Bitcoin difficulty" which is currently at 860 billion-ish. Is it reasonable to interpret this as a 1/860,000,000,000 chance of a correct hash, or does it not mean that? Given the network's current hash rate of approx 5,000,000 TH/s that number would seem absurdly low. I assume it's some sort of scaling factor.

Given a correct answer occurs (by design) every 10 minutes that equates to roughly 3e+21 hashes before a correct hash is registered. I have no idea what that is in human numbers but more than 860 billion is a given.

Is it right (probability-wise) to put the odds of a single hash attempt at 1/3e+21 or does it not work that way?

Can anyone help me out with the ballpark math here?

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I figured that i can get estimated ROI for 700$ on genesis cloud mining, in about 1 year or so mining bitcoin, hash calculator says its gonna take 6 months but i really doubt. Even if i take in count the fees for bitcoin, it still looks too easy, am i missing something? Or does this ROI rate actually makes sense?

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I'm working on a tool in which I need to see what is current hash rate of Bitcoin's network? Is there is an API for that or open socket channel to get that info?

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SHA-256 hash calculator. Online SHA-256 hash generator. Mining Bitcoin

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I see this number everywhere but I have no idea how anyone could know that. How does it work?!?

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How can you see that until they succeed? You don't see all the failed hashes, right? And how do you know who to watch?

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How can you see that until they succeed? You don't see all the failed hashes, right? And how do you know who to watch?

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Accurate BitcoinCash mining calculator trusted by millions of cryptocurrency miners. Updated in 2020, the newest version of the BitcoinCash profit calculator makes it simple and easy to quickly calculate mining profitability for your BitcoinCash mining hardware. Bitcoin mining calculator Summary. Enter the hash rate of your Bitcoin mining hardware (mandatory). Enter additional optional information, such as pool fees, electricity costs, etc. The more information you enter, the more accurate the result will be. The Bitcoin hashrate is number of possible solutions (hashes) being generated per second. As of January 2020, the Bitcoin hashrate peaked at 131 EH/s. Bitcoin mining also generates new Bitcoin. When a Bitcoin miner finds the correct hash to solve the next Bitcoin block, the miner is rewarded with Bitcoin. Our calculator assumes the 0.4527678% daily increase in network hash rate that has been the average daily increase over the past 6 months. Without factoring in this growth, most Bitcoin mining calculators show results that appear MUCH, MUCH more profitable than reality. Bitcoin Mining Calculator – VBit Technologies ... Disclaimer: Mining metrics are calculated based on current network hash rate and using a BTC - USD exchange rate based on user inputted price. These figures vary based on the total network hash rate and on the BTC to USD conversion rate.

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