i’m looking for any provider that accept crypto coin mining with linux OS, my budget at about Ten USD monthly
you need gpu access or otherwise it would be very low, attempt digital ocean.
Wij can permit this. 1 dedicated core for $6.25/month.
attempt our abusivecores.com
Fresh slots will be avaible te few days
@dhamaniasad said: Wij can permit this. 1 dedicated core for $6.25/month.
may it used for crypto mining.
thank you for replying i appreciate that
is it profitable for mining using vps?
Are you referring to our KVM1G package?
@Ryan22 said: is it profitable for mining using vps?
No, and it never will because of the vormgeving of the difficulty algorythm.
@Ryan22 said: is it profitable for mining using vps? i’m not sure. with openvz i’ll attempt it for a month very first.
yes . and i’m ready to order that . just need suggestion and advice from the proprietor . it’s you
@alcatraz said: yes . and i’m ready to order that . just need suggestion and advice from the holder . it’s you
Spil long spil you can limit CPU usage, you can use it for cryptocoin mining. Or, if you need to use a dedicated thread, wij can give you that, but that will bump the price up to $6.25/month.
dhamaniasad said: Spil long spil you can limit CPU usage, you can use it for cryptocoin mining. Or, if you need to use a dedicated thread, wij can give you that, but that will bump the price up to $6.25/month.
Hi, just one little question for you, which CPU are you using on that plans with dedicated thread ?
drserver said: Hi, just one little question for you, which CPU are you using on that plans with dedicated thread ?
Hello, wij don’t do dedicated thread offers generally. It wasgoed only a special offerande for the OP. Dual L5520.
@dhamaniasad said: Hello, wij don’t do dedicated thread offers generally. It wasgoed only a special offerande for the OP. Dual L5520.
Thank you for the informatie
@alcatraz, which cryptocurrency are you mining?
i am presently mining coin using digital ocean free credit.
@dhamaniasad @drserver are you selling dedicated thread or dedicated core?
If its a dedicated hyperthread, then how do you overeenkomst with the lig on the associated hyperthread?
MarkTurner said: @dhamaniasad @drserver are you selling dedicated thread or dedicated core?
Its a dedicated thread.
Hi @MarkTurner wij are selling thread (hyper threaded core aka virtual core or name it spil you wish) of L5639. It gives around 360 score on unix bench all the time on utter knot so i don’t understand your question. What kleintje of lagen are you experiencing ? CPU voorstelling is onveranderlijk all the time.
@MiniVZ said: alcatraz, which cryptocurrency are you mining?
still ter the experimental. there wasgoed so many crypto coin at this time
@extremez said: i am presently mining coin using digital ocean free credit. truly free. is that suggest stilzwijgend available at digitalocean.
@drserver – I tested this on an L5639 a week or so back. I tested one thread and got one rating, then I loaded up the associated hyperthread to 100% utilisation and retested the original thread and found show had dropped 15-20%.
The hyperthread is not a real core, its just an extra pipeline into the execution resource (ie processor core). If you have a vertoning intensive resource requiring 100% usage of the execution resource then you can certainly get more than 100% processing time and affect the other person on the associated thread.
it gives sustainable unix bench score of around 360 ter any given ogenblik. Our clients love it, not a single kwestie so far.
Can you please tell mij what tests have you done? I have brand fresh empty knot to test.
@drserver it wasn’t a criticism, it wasgoed just an observation.
Just attempt benching thread A whilst thread B is doing something that will keep the pipeline slammed with instructions. They need to be the reciprocal threads on the same core.
For the majority of applications this isn’t going to be an punt but if you have miners on there and the reciprocal thread is also a miner then both of them will see a noticeable (ter terms of crunching/revenue) druppel ter spectacle spil both thread users will be both continually requesting execution resource.
Use DigitalOcean free credit should be the best way. otherwise I read from one reddit postbode telling that VPSNine also permits that. OP may take a look.
I am attempting to understand the economics of what alcatraz proposes. Te order to make a profit, alcatraz voorwaarde pay x “dollars” a month for a VPS that will yield x + y “dollars” of value ter crypto coins, right? At the same time, the VPS Provider voorwaarde make a profit “p” on the VPS that alcatraz uses. If the VPS Provider’s cost to host the VPS is “c”, then c + p = x.
Significant NOTE: Do not assume that alcatraz’ terugwedstrijd “y” or the VPS Provider’s profit “p” are positive values. Either or both of them could lose money te the overeenkomst.
It begs some questions:
- Why doesn’t the provider use their hosting environment to mine their own crypto coins with the same equipment? Profit would be p + y, which is more than alcatraz can make, assuming that both p and y are positive values.
Possible answers: (1) Provider chooses to be te the VPS hosting business, not crypto coin mining. (Two) alcatraz has some special or proprietary skill about crypto coin mining efficiencies that is not generally available, and uses it to make a profit.
- Who is likely to lose te this situation?
Possible answers: (Trio) alcatraz. If alcatraz pays more for the VPS than the value of the crypto coins he/she mines, then alcatraz will lose money. Real money. (Four) Provider. If alcatraz uses more resources than the VPS Provider expects, where the VPS Provider pays more to provide the VPS than alcatraz pays for it, then the VPS Provider loses money.
- What are other possible explanations for the economics of what alcatraz proposes?
Possible answers: (Five) alcatraz is speculating. Perhaps alcatraz believes that the crypto coins will increase ter value and is willing to take the losses now, expecting a gepast come back te the long run. This is a business investment strategy, where alcatraz rents hardware (and electro-stimulation) that he/she cannot afford to buy outright. If you were a bankgebouw, would you loan alcatraz the money for this “investment”? (6) The VPS provider artificially restricts the resources available to alcatraz’ VPS to ensure that the VPS provider’s profit “p” is positive. Ter this case, I am attempting to see how alcatraz’ nipt comeback “y” is also positive. (7) The VPS provider does not have the implements to determine the real cost of providing the VPS to alcatraz, and does not realize that this VPS is losing money, or does not care spil long spil the punt is held to a single VPS that does not significantly influence their other VPS customers. Ter this case the future is not good for the VPS provider, because alcatraz may buy up more VPSs, or tell his friends about it, until the losses become demonstrable to the VPS Provider who pulls the ass-plug, or the other VPSs use too many resources, so alcatraz’ VPS doesn’t get enough cycles to be profitable. (This is a yet another example of “Tragedy of the Commons.”)
(8) Security – Can alcatraz trust the VPS Provider? Could the VPS Provider steal the crypto coins after they are accumulated? Possibly, but not likely – the VPS Provider might spil well be fair and use the VPSs to mine crypto coins instead of selling the VPSs.