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need help with newly purchases asic rig.

how do i mine with the rig i have with is at least 200 g/h to hook up to my lenovo laptop only has a micro usb and a Ethernet port on the rig. and only have a wifi range extender (AC750) with one gigabit Ethernet to WiFi. router is shared.
was set up for btc but i would like to start mining doge or ltc coins can anyone help me? ill be able to tip in doge and will allow pooling ?
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Questions about getting started mining

Hello all, I want to star mining potcoin but I've been having some problems.
First I cannot get my wallet to connect to any servers to update the block chain. I've put the correct server list in the configuration file and put it in my useroaming/potcoin folder.
I was able to get the bootstrap to update but that only got me half way updated. I've opened up my firewall on my pc for potcoin.exe both in and out.
This may be a firewall issue for my router, even tho I have Upnp enabled. Dose anyone know what ports the wallet runs on?
Second I have 2 radon r900 series graphic cards in my pc. I've tried cgminer that is the latest version to support gpu processing and sgminer. I'm mining with pool. No matter what I do I can not connect to the pool.
I've mined bitcoins in the past and never had any of these problems.
I just bought a Gridseed Blade Scrypt Asic - 5.5MHs miner and will be hooking it up to a raspberry pi with the tutorial provided by
If anyone has any tips for getting my pc working, ide be very great full.
I'm pretty sure I can figure out the grid seed asic scrypt miner.
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Poor College Shibe needs 2MÐ for New Mining Rig - Follow-Up

Hello again Shibes and Shibettes!
I posted about a week-and-a-half ago about my goal to acquire a brand new mining rig - something I've always wanted to do ever since Bitcoin was young. However, because of school payments and life, I can't really put a whole lot into paying for it, so I am attempting to crowdsource my rig, and get some of the funds back to the community in the form of 6x donation matching, regardless of amount.
My original post is here, and most of the details are the same (although the current donor list and status bar will be updated here!) I have decided to go with 5 ASICs instead of GPU, however.
If you can't look at that post right now, the gist is that for the RIG I wanted to build, I would have needed 1.9MÐ (About $900) to completely pay for it. That amount is still valid, however, I have decided that I will get more bang for my buck if I invested instead in 5 Gridseed ASICs, which use less power per kHash.
I understand there is a lot of controversy concerning ASICs right now, so if you wish to withdraw funding, I will re-credit your account with the Doge you donated. If you are interested in helping me fund this project, or want to add additional funds, please feel free to do so. I have changed the donation address to a paper wallet, so you can check the actual balance on the Blockchain at any time. Then new donation address is DMcme1Du6FCXQJHUL8tGYKFQBhZnCJoJvx (tip to that address, or to my Reddit account), and I will be posting updates to this thread as frequently as I can!
I also have a separate wallet set up for the Doge I have transferred from my own personal wallet. You can view the current balance of that address here. Please do not donate to this address - it is only here so you all can verify the total progress funds!
Thanks for all past donations made, and extra thanks to all future donors!
Shorthand code to tip directly to the address: +dogetipbot DMcme1Du6FCXQJHUL8tGYKFQBhZnCJoJvx Ðamount verify
Replace amount with the amount you wish to donate!
PROGRESS: |==== | 215K / 1900K (Donated) |===== | 418K / 1900K (Total) 
Verified Donors: deadmauj, danhauss, guessgame, TheNYKnicks, Taylorwoood, soysauuce, Matricon, saluk, RandomGirlName, beinggreen, CraftyPolyglot, perfectshot29, CatDerpAndSlurp, i_eatProstitutes, laris bot, naden1, TheDaZuru, Fre4kso, Fulvio55, dontforgetthis2
EDIT (4/15): Updated donor list, updated current progress. 1/6 of the way there! Will be a lot closer on Friday - I'm going to put a little bit extra in my pool since I got a raise. Waa-hoo! Thanks everyone!
EDIT (4/16): Thanks to everyone who donated! I'm putting in my orders for two brand new Zeus Miners today - converting Doge to BTC now to take advantage of discount! I'll continue to use this thread to post updates.
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Litecoin Scrypt ASIC Miner List

At present there are seven companies that are promising delivery of litecoin scrypt ASIC miners in mid 2014: Fibonacci, Alpha Technology, Flower Technology, Mining ASICs Technologies B.V., Zeusminer, KnCMiner and Bliss Devices. Gridseed is shipping now but their products cost more per kH/sec than the competiton. ASIC miners for litecoin promise significant advantages in power consumption and hashing power compared to GPU miners.
Do not discount the significant advantage in lower electricity costs promised by litecoin ASIC miners: for many the lower power costs add greatly to the bottom line, and make a miner much easier to live with.
Other than Gridseed, Fibonacci is generally regarded as most likely to ship first judging from posts and history on the Litecoin and Bitcoin forums. The developer has stated Fibonacci expects to be able to sell hosted miners in July 2014 for immediate mining. Any of the miners can be used for all scrypt based coins. This is a significant advantage over bitcoin mining, as your miner can be easily switched to other scrypt coins if they happen to be more profitable than litecoin based on current % profitability shown at CoinChoose.
The least expensive scrypt ASIC miner will be the Fibonacci 8650 kH/sec Recursion miner that will cost $400 paid with bitcoin or $346 paid with litecoin. The miner with the most hashing power will be the Fibonacci Epsilon hashing at 315 mH/sec for $12600. The second most powerful miner is the KnCMiner 250 mH/sec Titan at $9995. Both the Fibonacci and KnCMiner models offer $0.04 per kH/sec hashing power.
Fibonacci has announced that CACHeCoin will also be accepted as payment for their scrypt ASIC miners. We expect CACHeCoin prices to soar once Fibonacci is selling miners, so smart investors will buy CACHeCoin now, then use to buy Fibonacci miners at a discount as CACHeCoin prices rise. At present CACHeCoin can only be bought at the Poloniex exchange (symbol: CACH) by exchanging bitcoin for CACHeCoin.
For perspective, if you built your own 3 video card 2000 kH/sec GPU mining rig you could reasonable expect to pay $1500 for the video cards, power supply, motherboard, and other parts. Two Fibonacci Recursion miners would mine at 17300 kH/sec and cost $700 - $800, half the cost of building your own GPU mining rig while providing 8 times the hashing power. Don't forget power consumption of the Fibonacci miner would only be 10 watts versus 900 watts for the three card GPU rig.
Preorders for the Fibonacci Scrypt ASIC Miners began Monday March 17. There will be a limit of 128 chips per buyer. There is still time to buy CACHeCoin if you want to get the best price, litecoin and bitcoin will also be accepted for payment. Act fast, the preorder should sell out quickly.
KnCMiner has announced their own Titan litecoin miner hashing at 250 mH/sec and costing $9995. KnCMiner promises to ship the Titan Q2/Q3 of 2014. Another brand new company Bliss Devices just announced by website they will be shipping scrypt-N ASIC miners Q4 this year.
Bliss Devices is claiming "Neon is the only hardware miner in the industry able to mine any Scrypt-based currencies. Our machines use configurable parameters, which among other benefits means that you can also use our machines to mine Scrypt-N coins such as Vertcoin, Emucoin, Execoin, and Pandacoin."
Here is a breakdown of cost per kH/sec for the six miners from published specs:
KnCMiner - $0.04 per kH/sec - available Q2/Q3 2014 per website
Fibonacci - $0.04 per kH/sec - available July 2014 per developer
Alpha Technology - $0.10 per kH/sec - available Q2/Q3 2014 per website
Mining ASICs Technologies B.V. - $0.137 per kH/sec - available Q3/Q4 2014 per website
Bliss Devices - $0.18 per kH/sec - available Q4 per website
Flower Technology - $0.19 per kH/sec - available August 2014 per developer
Zeusminer S-Flex 8mH/s - $0.28 per kH/sec - available Q2/Q3 per website
Gridseed - $0.49 per kH/sec - shipping now
If you missed getting in on the ground floor of ASIC mining for bitcoin you may want to buy ASIC miners for litecoin as soon as they are ready to ship. For more information you can visit the Fibonacci SCRYPT ASIC miner or Alpha Technology Litecoin ASIC miner and Flower Technology threads at the Litecoin Forum.
You can also visit the Mining ASICs Technologies B.V. website for more information on this new company and read comments at this thread at the Litecoin Forum.
Group Buys
Another option to consider is to buy a share of a hosted litecoin miner. The most powerful announced litecoin miner is the new KnCMiner Titan 250 mH/sec scrypt ASIC miner for $9995. A trusted member of the Bitcoin Forum, waldohoover, has already setup a group buy for KnCMiner Titans. The group buy will entitle you to 1/20 of mining proceeds from one Titan litecoin miner for only 1.0 bitcoin, see KnCMiner Titan Shares for details. Shares will sell out quickly so don't delay if interested. Titan #1 and Titan #2 are already sold out but Titan #3 group buy is still open.
The administrator of the Litecoin Forum has just opened a similar group buy for the Titan also with 20 shares available, see Carnth's KNC Titan group buy for details[/url]. If you would like to get in on the group buy just join the Litecoin Forum and send a PM to Carnth.
Fibonacci website -
Alpha Technology website -
Flower Technology website -
Mining ASICs Technologies B.V. website -
Zeusminer website -
KnCMiner website -
Bliss Devices website -
Gridseed website - or see the Gridseed thread at the Bitcoin Forum.
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i need advice. Can i mine doge with this?

i am considering building a mining rig like this (, but was wondering if a single gridseed from gaw or vasic would be a better investment. thanks shibes
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I know we all fear The ASICs (as a gamer, I think of them as A-SICKS)......... If anyone HERE is interested, My good friend and I just invested in around 2.4 megahash worth of gridseed and I would love your discussion. Maybe I can play video games with my r9 280xs again!

ANYWAY. I think the gridseeds are a good middle ground between Bit miners and Scrypt miners. Bitcoin was once dug up on graphics cards (before the difficulty skyrocketed(??correct))
These gridseeds are capable of mining both (i don't plan to mine BTC ever)
Anyway adding these ~2.4 megahash to my 2.1 megahash rig. Saving something like 90 percent electricity. Basically I think 5 seeds cost me the same price as my three r9 280xs. Discussion???
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