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Mining crypto

Recently I have been wanting to get into crypto mining, but I am wondering...is it worth it in 2019. I know about a year or so ago, people were mining euthereum making approx. 2 dollars a day with only 46 MH/s speed; however, today...you we need a $2000+ mining rig to get the same results with etheurem for obvious reasons. Are there any currencies out there that are more profitable to mine?



Honestly don't expect to become rich out of it. But if you want to gamble than go for it. If you are really good at coding opencl you will make it. Otherwise you will probably have it hard.



I suggest you to try MotoCoin. I think investing in this crypto could be very profitable in the next few years. Unless other crypto Motocoin uses proof-of-play scheme for mining. You need to play a 2D motorbike simulation game called Motogame to get the reward. MotoCoin gives everyone a fair chance at mining.



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