What's better mine ourdays - BURST/HDD or GPU/ASCIS? Profits comparison!



  • Hello fellow BURST lovers.
    I have actual information about all types of mining HDD, GPU, ASICS - profits, hardware prices, market situation.
    Currently mining powers - 72Tb HDD rig, 18 GPU's gtx 1060, 1080,
    1 Antminer S9, 1 Antminer L3+.

    Сomparison of profits for different mining methods HDD, GPU (ASICS i would add in few days)
    Used today's (28/12/2017) market prices - BTC, BURST, ETH, ZEC and e.t.c.

    100$ investment on 28/12/2017
    in BURST mining - gives you around 11.6$ per month return
    in GPU mining - gives you around 16.2$ and it has stability
    Investing in GPU/ASICS is more profitable and it would be so, it's obvious.

    Market situation
    Bitcoin underwent the expected correction - it can't rise all the time, so other altcoins pumped. It would take 1-3 month.
    I'm mining BURST for 8 month, worked in PoCC marketing goup, and a professional forex trader. By my analysis of BURST - it's price directly tided to BTC.
    Invest BURST until the price is good in our asset, we will fix amounts in USD and invest it directly in GPU/ASICS mining units. After 6-12 month of mining operations - we are making 75% guaranteed assets buyouts!

    Asset website Burstboost.Club - it's a cloud mining company, providing GPU (gaming video cards) and ASICS mining possibilities to everyone using BURST asset exchange, or direct payments.

    It's an old version on website, don't have much time to update it. Because our team is very busy at this moments on ICO project with 10 mln USD hard cap. It's working profitable business in Moscow (Russia) with Mobile Mining Units, USA analogue https://giga-watt.com/ - they have 2 mWatts operating, we have 12 already.
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    My 72 Tb mining rig. With final cost 23$ per terrabyte.
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    Happy New Year!
    Profits for everyone :)



  • 13th week:

    Amount paid, Account, TX
    160.87299895, BURST-BK3L-A6SP-SSJC-38Z4Q, 15099038286294542380
    120.65474921, BURST-8BZA-X4LU-HSN6-DWGGA, 18333661922163444739
    80.43649947, BURST-VCCR-PQLZ-P9NW-C7ABF, 5290090103250921549
    80.43649947, BURST-ACGB-YGHQ-G9ZL-5XD7U, 3579802380878563405
    80.11475348, BURST-CT2P-F5GA-QYQ8-32RDP, 13662204930559772039
    78.81972583, BURST-YUHJ-6284-85Q5-42KZP, 9204370043777815102
    74.88638101, BURST-QE2W-GNDE-Y6UY-AX25Z, 15680873296646906712
    44.24007471, BURST-KWSL-BXAE-ENKZ-BM3R8, 8456621695030940360
    40.21824974, BURST-9GFJ-XN64-BJC2-42CZ4, 16502519996764535616
    13.65811761, BURST-Q656-LRSF-SHUB-44F8N, 5350722246631475996
    12.06547492, BURST-4583-T8GK-WV5D-C5MMF, 8129826191546767257
    10.05456243, BURST-PEAS-CEXY-N63L-CBTMG, 5215413356013615382
    6.43491996, BURST-GA38-9STF-NWGP-DH2D6, 107107433039668382
    3.95747577, BURST-XY4T-TYUF-LCGE-3LWN4, 3987190691594065868
    3.61964248, BURST-QNN9-75J3-5R5F-5JAKH, 939826731266043567
    3.27135243, BURST-684P-7SM7-KWGV-8Z6BZ, 6328036518636700387
    2.01091249, BURST-XCY9-4EP9-3JZV-EZ5M5, 15692887769485731312
    2.01091249, BURST-R2NX-GBD9-6DQG-52K8H, 7620165499035837869
    1.60872999, BURST-UJ9B-B93H-BPP9-4SNWK, 5630023283380031093
    0.80436499, BURST-ANGC-AUQF-VP6R-FF4S9, 12438382950354761700
    0.80436499, BURST-L8C7-JVLF-MALZ-A4ZWN, 15613812495348467271
    0.80436499, BURST-J6NB-GNA3-PZ4Q-8DPNY, 6414200223813511596
    0.80436499, BURST-UTMZ-6GGV-ZHGX-8ATP9, 4168522902556507648
    0.80436499, BURST-PKWY-Y3P6-2HZA-BVTLZ, 17162563389648836855
    0.80436499, BURST-CCTK-NCVP-ZGHF-4AQVB, 6524258938539049893
    0.80436499, BURST-R992-RURV-MCW5-8R676, 3050287268797322367
    0.41022615, BURST-353E-D8LE-GFC5-GZQ2T, 12501800572600431283
    0.321746, BURST-DJQQ-R7PZ-HNDT-44LU9, 15694287978207292218
    0.1769603, BURST-863T-R5UV-XDUZ-2KMJB, 489339387907719886
    0.0804365, BURST-XDK7-DKP7-4P6F-6RGPY, 8288320514670989409
    0.00804365, BURST-TSTN-4KG9-2QZQ-3N5W7, 4913049359046009723
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