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AN INTRODUCTION TO DIGIBYTE

DigiByte

What are cryptocurrencies?
Cryptocurrencies are peer to peer technology protocols which rely on the block-chain; a system of decentralized record keeping which allows people to exchange unmodifiable and indestructible information “coins,” globally in little to no time with little to no fees – this translates into the exchange of value as these coins cannot be counterfeit nor stolen. This concept was started by Satoshi Nakamoto (allegedly a pseudonym for a single man or organization) whom described and coded Bitcoin in 2009.
What is DigiByte?
DigiByte (DGB) is a cryptocurrency like Bitcoin. It is also a decentralized applications protocol in a similar fashion to Neo or Ethereum.
DigiByte was founded and created by Jared Tate in 2014. DigiByte allows for fast (virtually instant) and low cost (virtually free) transactions. DigiByte is hard capped at 21 billion coins which will ever be mined, over a period of 21 years. DigiByte was never an ICO and was mined/created in the same way that Bitcoin or Litecoin initially were.
DigiByte is the fastest UTXO PoW scalable block-chain in the world. We’ll cover what this really means down below.
DigiByte has put forth and applied solutions to many of the problems that have plagued Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies in general – those being:
We will address these point by point in the subsequent sections.
The DigiByte Protocol
DigiByte maintains these properties through use of various technological innovations which we will briefly address below.
Why so many coins? 21 Billion
When initially conceived Bitcoin was the first of a kind! And came into the hands of a few! The beginnings of a coin such as Bitcoin were difficult, it had to go through a lot of initial growth pains which following coins did not have to face. It is for this reason among others why I believe Bitcoin was capped at 21 million; and why today it has thus secured a place as digital gold.
When Bitcoin was first invented no one knew anything about cryptocurrencies, for the inventor to get them out to the public he would have to give them away. This is how the first Bitcoins were probably passed on, for free! But then as interest grew so did the community. For them to be able to build something and create something which could go on to have actual value, it would have to go through a steady growth phase. Therefore, the control of inflation through mining was extremely important. Also, why the cap for Bitcoin was probably set so low - to allow these coins to amass value without being destroyed by inflation (from mining) in the same way fiat is today! In my mind Satoshi Nakamoto knew what he was doing when setting it at 21 million BTC and must have known and even anticipated others would take his design and build on top of it.
At DigiByte, we are that better design and capped at 21 billion. That's 1000 times larger than the supply of Bitcoin. Why though? Why is the cap on DigiByte so much higher than that of Bitcoin? Because DigiByte was conceived to be used not as a digital gold, nor as any sort of commodity, but as a real currency!
Today on planet Earth, we are approximately 7.6 billion people. If each person should want or need to use and live off Bitcoin; then equally split at best each person could only own 0.00276315789 BTC. The market cap for all the money on the whole planet today is estimated to have recently passed 80 trillion dollars. That means that each whole unit of Bitcoin would be worth approximately $3,809,523.81!
$3,809,523.81
This is of course in an extreme case where everyone used Bitcoin for everything. But even in a more conservative scenario the fact remains that with such a low supply each unit of a Bitcoin would become absurdly expensive if not inaccessible to most. Imagine trying to buy anything under a dollar!
Not only would using Bitcoin as an everyday currency be a logistical nightmare but it would be nigh impossible. For each Satoshi of a Bitcoin would be worth much, much, more than what is realistically manageable.
This is where DigiByte comes in and where it shines. DigiByte aims to be used world-wide as an international currency! Not to be hoarded in the same way Bitcoin is. If we were to do some of the same calculations with DigiByte we'd find that the numbers are a lot more reasonable.
At 7.6 billion people, each person could own 2.76315789474 DGB. Each whole unit of DGB would be worth approximately $3,809.52.
$3,809.52
This is much more manageable and remember in an extreme case where everyone used DigiByte for everything! I don't expect this to happen anytime soon, but with the supply of DigiByte it would allow us to live and transact in a much more realistic and fluid fashion. Without having to divide large numbers on our phone's calculator to understand how much we owe for that cup of coffee! With DigiByte it's simple, coffee cost 1.5 DGB, the cinema 2.8 DGB, a plane ticket 500 DGB!
There is a reason for DigiByte's large supply, and it is a good one!
Decentralisation
Decentralisation is an important concept for the block-chain and cryptocurrencies in general. This allows for a system which cannot be controlled nor manipulated no matter how large the organization in play or their intentions. DigiByte’s chain remains out of the reach of even the most powerful government. This allows for people to transact freely and openly without fear of censorship.
Decentralisation on the DigiByte block-chain is assured by having an accessible and fair mining protocol in place – this is the multi-algorithm (MultiAlgo) approach. We believe that all should have access to DigiByte whether through purchase or by mining. Therefore, DigiByte is minable not only on dedicated mining hardware such as Antminers, but also through use of conventional graphics cards. The multi-algorithm approach allows for users to mine on a variety of hardware types through use of one of the 5 mining algorithms supported by DigiByte. Those being:
Please note that these mining algorithms are modified and updated from time to time to assure complete decentralisation and thus ultimate security.
The problem with using only one mining algorithm such as Bitcoin or Litecoin do is that this allows for people to continually amass mining hardware and hash power. The more hash power one has, the more one can collect more. This leads to a cycle of centralisation and the creation of mining centres. It is known that a massive portion of all hash power in Bitcoin comes from China. This kind of centralisation is a natural tendency as it is cheaper for large organisations to set up in countries with inexpensive electricity and other such advantages which may be unavailable to the average miner.
DigiByte mitigates this problem with the use of multiple algorithms. It allows for miners with many different kinds of hardware to mine the same coin on an even playing field. Mining difficulty is set relative to the mining algorithm used. This allows for those with dedicated mining rigs to mine alongside those with more modest machines – and all secure the DigiByte chain while maintaining decentralisation.
Low Fees
Low fees are maintained in DigiByte thanks to the MultiAlgo approach working in conjunction with MultiShield (originally known as DigiShield). MultiShield calls for block difficulty readjustment between every single block on the chain; currently blocks last 15 seconds. This continuous difficulty readjustment allows us to combat any bad actors which may wish to manipulate the DigiByte chain.
Manipulation may be done by a large pool or a single entity with a great amount of hash power mining blocks on the chain; thus, increasing the difficulty of the chain. In some coins such as Bitcoin or Litecoin difficulty is readjusted every 2016 blocks at approximately 10mins each and 2mins respectively. Meaning that Bitcoin’s difficulty is readjusted about every two weeks. This system can allow for large bad actors to mine a coin and then abandon it, leaving it with a difficulty level far too high for the present hash rate – and so transactions can be frozen, and the chain stopped until there is a difficulty readjustment and or enough hash power to mine the chain. In such a case users may be faced with a choice - pay exorbitant fees or have their transactions frozen. In an extreme case the whole chain could be frozen completely for extended periods of time.
DigiByte does not face this problem as its difficulty is readjusted per block every 15 seconds. This innovation was a technological breakthrough and was adopted by several other coins in the cryptocurrency environment such as Dogecoin, Z-Cash, Ubiq, Monacoin, and Bitcoin Gold.
This difficulty readjustment along with the MultiAlgo approach allows DigiByte to maintain the lowest fees of any UTXO – PoW – chain in the world. Currently fees on the DigiByte block-chain are at about 0.0001 DGB per transaction of 100 000 DGB sent. This depends on the amount sent and currently 100 000 DGB are worth around $2000.00 with the fee being less than 0.000002 cents. It would take 500 000 transactions of 100 000 DGB to equal 1 penny’s worth. This was tested on a Ledger Nano S set to the low fees setting.
Fast transaction times
Fast transactions are ensured by the conjunctive use of the two aforementioned technology protocols. The use of MultiShield and MultiAlgo allows the mining of the DigiByte chain to always be profitable and thus there is always someone mining your transactions. MultiAlgo allows there to a greater amount of hash power spread world-wide, this along with 15 second block times allows for transactions to be near instantaneous. This speed is also ensured by the use DigiSpeed. DigiSpeed is the protocol by which the DigiByte chain will decrease block timing gradually. Initially DigiByte started with 30 second block times in 2014; which today are set at 15 seconds. This decrease will allow for ever faster and ever more transactions per block.
Robust security + The Immutable Ledger
At the core of cryptocurrency security is decentralisation. As stated before decentralisation is ensured on the DigiByte block chain by use of the MultiAlgo approach. Each algorithm in the MultiAlgo approach of DigiByte is only allowed about 20% of all new blocks. This in conjunction with MultiShield allows for DigiByte to be the most secure, most reliable, and fastest UTXO block chain on the planet. This means that DigiByte is a proof of work (PoW) block-chain where all transactional activities are stored on the immutable public ledger world-wide. In DigiByte there is no need for the Lightning protocol (although we have it) nor sidechains to scale, and thus we get to keep PoW’s security.
There are many great debates as to the robustness or cleanliness of PoW. The fact remains that PoW block-chains remain the only systems in human history which have never been hacked and thus their security is maximal.
For an attacker to divert the DigiByte chain they would need to control over 93% of all the hashrate on one algorithm and 51% of the other four. And so DigiByte is immune to the infamous 51% attack to which Bitcoin and Litecoin are vulnerable.
Moreover, the DigiByte block-chain is currently spread over 200 000 plus servers, computers, phones, and other machines world-wide. The fact is that DigiByte is one of the easiest to mine coins there is – this is greatly aided by the recent release of the one click miner. This allows for ever greater decentralisation which in turn assures that there is no single point of failure and the chain is thus virtually un-attackable.
On Chain Scalability
The biggest barrier for block-chains today is scalability. Visa the credit card company can handle around 2000 transactions per second (TPS) today. This allows them to ensure customer security and transactional rates nation-wide. Bitcoin currently sits at around 7 TPS and Litecoin at 28 TPS (56 TPS with SegWit). All the technological innovations I’ve mentioned above come together to allow for DigiByte to be the fastest PoW block-chain in the world and the most scalable.
DigiByte is scalable because of DigiSpeed, the protocol through which block times are decreased and block sizes are increased. It is known that a simple increase in block size can increase the TPS of any block-chain, such is the case with Bitcoin Cash. This is however not scalable. The reason a simple increase in block size is not scalable is because it would eventually lead to some if not a great amount of centralization. This centralization occurs because larger block sizes mean that storage costs and thus hardware cost for miners increases. This increase along with full blocks – meaning many transactions occurring on the chain – will inevitably bar out the average miner after difficulty increases and mining centres consolidate.
Hardware cost, and storage costs decrease over time following Moore’s law and DigiByte adheres to it perfectly. DigiSpeed calls for the increase in block sizes and decrease in block timing every two years by a factor of two. This means that originally DigiByte’s block sizes were 1 MB at 30 seconds each at inception in 2014. In 2016 DigiByte increased block size by two and decreased block timing by the same factor. Perfectly following Moore’s law. Moore’s law dictates that in general hardware increases in power by a factor of two while halving in cost every year.
This would allow for DigiByte to scale at a steady rate and for people to adopt new hardware at an equally steady rate and reasonable expense. Thus so, the average miner can continue to mine DigiByte on his algorithm of choice with entry level hardware.
DigiByte was one of the first block chains to adopt segregated witness (SegWit in 2017) a protocol whereby a part of transactional data is removed and stored elsewhere to decrease transaction data weight and thus increase scalability and speed. This allows us to fit more transactions per block which does not increase in size!
DigiByte currently sits at 560 TPS and could scale to over 280 000 TPS by 2035. This dwarfs any of the TPS capacities; even projected/possible capacities of some coins and even private companies. In essence DigiByte could scale worldwide today and still be reliable and robust. DigiByte could even handle the cumulative transactions of all the top 50 coins in coinmarketcap.com and still run smoothly and below capacity. In fact, to max out DigiByte’s actual maximum capacity (today at 560 TPS) you would have to take all these transactions and multiply them by a factor of 10!
Oher Uses for DigiByte
Note that DigiByte is not only to be used as a currency. Its immense robustness, security and scalability make it ideal for building decentralised applications (DAPPS) which it can host. DigiByte can in fact host DAPPS and even centralised versions which rely on the chain which are known as Digi-Apps. This application layer is also accompanied by a smart contract layer.
Thus, DigiByte could host several Crypto Kitties games and more without freezing out or increasing transaction costs for the end user.
Currently there are various DAPPS being built on the DigiByte block-chain, these are done independently of the DigiByte core team. These companies are simply using the DigiByte block-chain as a utility much in the same way one uses a road to get to work. One such example is Loly – a Tinderesque consensual dating application.
DigiByte also hosts a variety of other platform projects such as the following:
The DigiByte Foundation
As previously mentioned DigiByte was not an ICO. The DigiByte foundation was established in 2017 by founder Jared Tate. Its purpose is as a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting and developing the DigiByte block-chain.
DigiByte is a community effort and a community coin, to be treated as a public resource as water or air. Know that anyone can work on DigiByte, anyone can create, and do as they wish. It is a permissionless system which encourages innovation and creation. If you have an idea and or would like to get help on your project do not hesitate to contact the DigiByte foundation either through the official website and or the telegram developer’s channel.
For this reason, it is ever more important to note that the DigiByte foundation cannot exist without public support. And so, this is the reason I encourage all to donate to the foundation. All funds are used for the maintenance of DigiByte servers, marketing, and DigiByte development.
DigiByte Resources and Websites
DigiByte
Wallets
Explorers
Please refer to the sidebar of this sub-reddit for more resources and information.
Edit - Removed Jaxx wallet.
Edit - A new section was added to the article: Why so many coins? 21 Billion
Edit - Adjusted max capacity of DGB's TPS - Note it's actually larger than I initially calculated.
Edit – Grammar and format readjustment
Hello,
I hope you’ve enjoyed my article, I originally wrote this for the reddit sub-wiki where it generally will most likely, probably not, get a lot of attention. So instead I've decided to make this sort of an introductory post, an open letter, to any newcomers to DGB or for those whom are just curious.
I tried to cover every aspect of DGB, but of course I may have forgotten something! Please leave a comment down below and tell me why you're in DGB? What convinced you? Me it's the decentralised PoW that really convinced me. Plus, just that transaction speed and virtually no fees! Made my mouth water!
-Dereck de Mézquita
I'm a student typing this stuff on my free time, help me pay my debts? Thank you!
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InziderX Exchange Characteristics!

InziderX Exchange Characteristics!
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“The ideal exchange is a decentralized one where the transactions are done wallet to wallet (Dapp). Thus, there are no significant accumulations of funds in a single wallet that could tempt a hacker. This type of exchange is therefore secure by design.
The reason is simple : hacker is a “game” of trial and error that takes a lot of time. Therefore, it is normally useless for a hacker to waste time and risk accusation to perform a task that pays little.
This feature has several advantages.

Basic Features
No registration & verification
It is not necessary to register for the exchange and wait for endless checks of his identity. The portfolio, which is itself the decentralized exchange, is accessible to all by a simple download.

No restriction or limit
There are no restrictions or minimum deposits to open a wallet of digital assets and the same is true for the use of a wallet-based decentralized trading platform.
There is no need to make a deposit to trade or withdraw the funds from the exchange to secure them. The balance of the wallet is always accessible and safe. There is no daily withdrawal limit like several decentralized exchanges.

Not regularized
This type of exchange is less sensitive to regulations governments changes and moods. By its very structure, being based on the wallets that communicate with each other by a decentralized blockchain, there is no fixe server that can be closed or controlled by an external entity.

Anonymous
Since it is not necessary to provide personal information when opening a wallet, the information about user’s transactions that are made on the blockchain are completely anonymous.

Multicurrency
Obviously, since the exchange offers the negotiation of digitals assets with the largest capitalizations, the portfolio is multi-currency and user-friendly.

Advanced features
The concept of the InziderX exchange have a focus for active and algorithmic negotiation.

Exchange between assets
It allows the exchange without margin, the exchange between the funds already in the account. Example BTC for another digital asset, let say LTC. The conversion of the first BTC value is converted in LTC.

Trading with margin
Margin trading is the option usually used by actives and algorithms traders or with because it allows taking positions without selling the assets holds in the accounts. This feature is essential in order to allocate trading power to multiple positions at the same time.

Short Selling
Margin trading also allows shorting selling of digital assets. For example, a trader can borrow 1 BTC from another user in order to sell it to another trader and take advantage of the decline in the price of that asset. When the short sale position is closed, the 1 BTC is returned including financing fees.

Margin funding
These features are available through margin funding. The margin can be financed from its own funds or provided by other users of the InziderX exchange.
These users can use the dormant balance in their portfolio to provide margin funding to other traders who use leverage. An advantageous option for those who do not want to negotiate but wants to put their stack at work.

Type of orders
The novice trader is certainly not aware, but for the active trader, it is sometimes frustrating not to have access to the types of orders traditionally offered on the FX trading platforms.

Types of orders available
  • Market
  • Limit
  • Stop
  • Limit-stop
  • Complex market order including stop and limit
  • Complex limit order including stop and limit
  • Trail-Stop
  • OCO — one cancel the other
  • Order in scale : divided into several levels and sizes
Complex orders
The major difference here is that the digital asset trading platforms currently available do not offer complex orders; an order to which other orders are associated and executed in sequence.
It is difficult to manage pending positions without having a specific level of maximum loss and take profit. This type of order is a basic option offered on all the foreign exchange (FX) trading platforms. It’s difficult to understand why digital asset exchanges have not replicated this model, if not to disadvantage the users.
Without this type of complex order, it’s necessary to wait for the execution of the limit order before being able to place the orders of maximum loss and take profit.
Otherwise the take profit order (TP) could be triggered even before the execution of a limit entry order is triggered. This would have the effect of initiating a short sale position where the user actually wanted to take profits. An annoying situation.
The lack of a complex order causes unnecessary complications and stresses to the negotiators, regardless of their level of expertise.

Aggregated Orders or not (FX)
Another popular digital asset trading practice is to create an average price when multiple positions are taken on the same assets.
Example: purchase of 0.5 BTC at $ 10,000 and purchase of 0.5 BTC at $ 15,000 = average price of 1 BTC at $ 12,500.
The novice user certainly does not distinguish between an order accumulated or not, but for the experienced negotiator, who is often used to the exchange market, this practice is annoying.
These traders are used to take multiple positions at different prices and setting the appropriate gain and loss levels for each position.
Having to evaluate at any time by a mental calculation or by hand if a position is positive or negative according to its transaction history is a useless exercise and once again inconvenient.
Decision time is a critical factor for any active negotiator and this complication doesn’t help.
The InziderX trading platform will include this option : aggregated orders or not (FX) to serve its users in the rules of the art.

Hedging
The non-aggregated order option combined with the margin financing option allows for Hedging –taking opposite positions on the same digital asset. So it’s possible to initiate a buying position at a level and then initiate a new sales position to another level on the same asset.
The aggregated order type does not allow this option because the second short position would have the effect of canceling the buyers position.
Without going into the details of possible strategies with this option, the InziderX platform will allow hedging to favor the most complex trading strategies.

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Analysis Chart
Our team wants to offer the most fluid and user-friendly trading experience possible, which is why we chose to integrate Tradingview.com analytics charts into our decentralized trading.
Tradingview is a platform for viewing quotations of digital assets that offers excellent graphics quality and an impressive number of tools to facilitate analysis and position taking.
It does not matter if the user simply wants to take a quick look at the chart or make a more complex analysis including several indicators; all tools are available for this purpose.
The Tradingview graph platform is therefore user-friendly for both novice and experienced traders.

Raw Benefits
  • Several types of graphics are available: Bar, Candles, Renko, Kagi, Line Break, PnF
  • It is possible to deploy multiple graphics on one screen
  • Varied choice of graph time from month to minute
  • Quality history

Tracing tools
This chart platform contains more than 50 tracing tools from the simplest to the most advanced analysis such as : trend line, alan andrew pitchfork, fibonnacci ratio, harmonic figures, Elliott waves, R calculator, personal annotations directly on the chart, etc).
For an active trader who uses technicals analysis to refine his decisions, those tools are invaluable.

Indicators and oscillators
TradingView include over a hundred indicators and oscillators in its platform. These cover the most popular concepts and indicators to the most experienced and can be calibrated to the taste of the user to personalize his analysis. He can even save his configuration in order to apply his model to several assets.

Notifications
One of the most useful features is the alerts that can be received via email, SMS or just visual and sound. These alerts are triggered according to the criteria chosen in advance by the user and can be based on a price level but also on a level of indicator. Example RSI 14 on the daily chart of BTC / USD is under level 20: alert ! This would theoretically be a good buy level.

Other options
This analysis platform also includes basic options such as a rating table where you can save your favorites and make a list and a section delivering the latest market news and an economic calendar.

Execution table
The execution table includes all the elements necessary for analysis in one look. It includes:
  • A clear and detailed graph
  • A list of quotations with choice of favorites
  • A table to enter orders
  • A list of assets in the portfolio
  • The leverage and the amount available depending on the balance.
  • A list of margin positions and the cost of financing
  • A list of pending orders.
  • The latest transactions processed in real time
  • The Order Book — Level 2
The chart allows you to see open positions, pending and alerts. It is possible to change the price or level of an alert simply by moving a marker on the graph.

Negotiation with Algorithms — API
During the last 10 years, we have witnessed a revolution in the world of trading by the appearance of algorithms that can execute strategies without human intervention.
To the point where, at its best in 2010, algorithmic trading accounted for 60–70% of trading volume in the US equity market. This trend is not likely to fade and it is hard to gauge the percentage of algorithm use in the over-the-counter (OTC) markets such as the foreign exchange and digital asset markets.
This is why the InziderX exchange will focus on this type of negotiation by providing all the necessary tools for the smooth execution of these scripts.
An API with clear and detailed controls allowing all the types of actions necessary to take a position and modify the orders will be developed by our team.
Limited access will be established by an encryption of the keys necessary to access the API.

These will be able to select the information that can be access and possible actions such as:
  • Balance account
  • Historical
  • Order pending
  • Position statement — exchange, margin and / or financing
  • Possibility of withdrawal

Earlier compatible version
The success of a trading platform has often been the responsibility of the community that supports it. The Metatrader4 platform is a good example where few of its users have migrated to the new version — Metatrader5.
The reason is simple : thousands of indicators and algorithms were created for this platform and when the new version was released, all those lines of code were no longer applicable ..! An uncomfortable situation for a trader who has been using the same tools for a long time.
The InziderX exchange will focus so that its API advances are always compatible with the previous version. And if, in a case of impossibility, will provide clear instructions on how to modify the code to make it compatible. Our commitment is reassuring for those who use algorithms to execute their negotiation.
Our focus on developing this quality tool and keeping it up to date is a guarantee of confidence for these traders.

Negotiable Assets
The InziderX exchange does not seek to be a ICO launching platform. The focus is on the active and fluid algorithmic trading of digital asset with the largest capitalizations.
Several reasons are involved. An active trader is usually not interested in keeping a long-term position. The dramatic variations in new issues of digital assets, particularly the ECR20 token, are therefore not desirable and appropriate.
The BTC / USD pair has an average volatility of 10% per day. In fact, the average volatility of the ten digital assets with the largest capitalization is 5 to 10%. These variations are ample for anyone who wants to buy or sell at discounted prices and get out at extended movement.
In addition, if volume is an important consideration for smooth execution, a tight spread and almost no slippage, it makes no sense to enter non-liquid assets.
This is why our exchange is committed to keep more or less the twenty (20) digital assets with the largest capitalization.

List of planned assets
BTC / LTC / ETH / BCH / DHS / XMR /XRP / USDT / INX / ADA
XLM / MIOTA / NEO / NEM / QTUM / LSK / BTG / ZEC / BCN / ZEC

USDT
The USDT asset will allow other assets to be traded in pairs at a price that is known to traders, as it is sometimes difficult to evaluate the value of a pair such as XMR / BCH or DHS / INX.
A visual conversion of the value of all assets will be available in USD and other fiats through an option and will allow the rapid valuation of asset values.

INX
INX assets is the tool with which the InziderX exchange intends to finance its projects and offer a discount to users that cover their transaction fees with INX.

Token ERC20
Some ERC20 Tokens will be included in our list and will be evaluated according to their capitalization such as other altcoins. The EOS token is a good candidate.”
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Tell me if I correctly answered my own question about mining ...

So like any n00b I want to get into Bitcoin mining but I see CPUs are worthless plus the amount of electricity you'll use will make it a negative net gain etc etc.
But I've been trying to find out given I have space at my work to stack up say 20 generic business desktop PCs running an Intel i5 processor.
The moment I start I should be profitable since I'm not investing a penny into this (Aside from my wasted time at work).
So I find TP's Bitcoin Calculator
I don't know WTF my hash rate is so I look it up here.
I don't know the exact processor so I'll start at the lowest value of 1.8 and round it up to 2. Multiplying by 20 desktops I get 40.
Fast forward the clock. Ring in 2015. Bitch about flying cars not being here yet, then open up my BitCoin wallet to see all that amounted to $5 (Assuming 1 BTC = $1000 USD)
Do I do the math right here?
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