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    Bitcoin pushes towards all-time high valuation

    At the time of writing 1BTC is worth a smidgeon more than 19,000USD.
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    Re: Bitcoin pushes towards all-time high valuation

    If you're in the UK, local card sales are unlikely to be affected by mining.
    The cost of electricity here lowers profitability massively. It's not like back in 2017/2018 where mid to lower high end cards were making a fiver a day, it's more in the pennies after power costs, and only on a couple of coins too.
    I'm a crypto fan, but mining is going to have little affect on card availability. I'm still trying to get hold of a 6800 or a 3070 for my gaming media PC (a little treat for me and the missus).
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    Re: Bitcoin pushes towards all-time high valuation

    Quote Originally Posted by llololloy View Post
    If you're in the UK, local card sales are unlikely to be affected by mining.
    The cost of electricity here lowers profitability massively. It's not like back in 2017/2018 where mid to lower high end cards were making a fiver a day, it's more in the pennies after power costs, and only on a couple of coins too.
    I'm a crypto fan, but mining is going to have little affect on card availability. I'm still trying to get hold of a 6800 or a 3070 for my gaming media PC (a little treat for me and the missus).
    Remember when 970gtx were flying off the shelves around £400 And did those 200,000 bitcoins ever see the light of day again after the mt. gox hack?

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