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Cryptoisme is a free service offering quick and easy to use mining calculators for multiple algorithms – CryptoNight, Ethash and X11, but we are mostly interested in the CryptoNight part that is probably also most interesting for you. The calculator tracks multiple crypto coins and ranks them by profitability based on your hashrate alone. Do note that for CryptoNight you only give the regular CryptoNight hashrate you are getting, but there are some coins like Haven (HVN) that use CryptoNight Heavy algorithm where the hashrate may be different (it is calculated based on your base CryptoNight hashrate). Haven (HVN) by the was seems to be the most profitable in the last days and it has been getting more attention lately, so you might want to check it out if you still haven’t done so. Anyway, Cryptoisme seems like a good place to check along other crypto mining calculators in terms of looking for the best profitability and maybe some new coins that are not yet present in more established services that track mining profitability.

To give the Cryptoisme CryptoNight mining calculator service a go…

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Have you wondered what profit can you expect in the short term from a Bitcoin ASIC miner should you decide to invest now in one or if you just got the mining hardware? This is usually not an easy task and there are quite a few bitcoin mining calculators out there to help you in the process. If you need a quick and simple one to give you a quick idea how much you will get from a given hashrate by the end of this difficulty and in the next one, then you might want to check out this tool. In the example above we are calculating the profit we can expect from a 100 GH/s Bitcoin ASIC miner and you can see the results above. You can experiment and try with different values, what you should have in mind that the average difficulty increase is currently about 30% per cycle. Also note that the calculator takes into account the current Bitcoin exchange value and also does not calculator any costs fr electricity, this is something that you need to consider yourself based on the power consumption of your mining hardware as well as on the price of electricity per kW/h.

To try the quick and simple Bitcoin Mining Calculator shown in the example above…


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