Scrypt Mining Profit Calculator

Our mining calculator is designed to give you an easy and accurate way to determine the most profitable miners. You can switch between widely used currencies including USD, EUR, GBP, AED, CAD, AUD, THB, ETH, and BTC with ease. Our calculator also provides the ability to set your electricity costs to three decimal places for precise results. To give you a full view, we've compiled an overview table of the top miners and separate tables for each crypto algorithm. Identifying mineable coins for each algorithm is a cinch with our visually appealing coin images.

Miner Brand & Model Algos Hashrate Power Profit / Day
Scrypt 9.5Gh/s 3425W $16.66/day
Scrypt 9.3Gh/s 3425W $16.17/day
Scrypt 9.16Gh/s 3425W $15.83/day
Scrypt 9.05Gh/s 3425W $15.56/day
Scrypt 8.8Gh/s 3425W $14.95/day
Scrypt 650Mh/s 400W $0.82/day
Scrypt 420Mh/s 400W $0.26/day
Scrypt 205Mh/s 220W $0.08/day
Scrypt 185Mh/s 233W $0.01/day
Scrypt 620Mh/s 750W $0.08/day
Scrypt 504Mh/s 800W $-0.30/day
Scrypt 600Mh/s 850W $-0.16/day
Scrypt 580Mh/s 942W $-0.39/day
Scrypt 860Mh/s 1079W $0.03/day
Scrypt 550Mh/s 950W $-0.48/day
Scrypt 1.62Gh/s 1450W $1.18/day
Scrypt 596Mh/s 1050W $-0.56/day
Scrypt 280Mh/s 1050W $-1.33/day
Scrypt 1.23Gh/s 1500W $0.13/day
Scrypt 2.2Gh/s 2100W $1.35/day
Scrypt 2.05Gh/s 2080W $1.02/day
Scrypt 3.35Gh/s 3200W $2.05/day
Scrypt 2.45Gh/s 3100W $0.04/day
Scrypt 11.0Gh/s 3420W $20.34/day
Scrypt 8.55Gh/s 3425W $14.34/day
Scrypt 16.2Gh/s 3260W $33.36/day
Scrypt 14Gh/s 3950W $26.66/day

Scrypt is a password-based key derivation function that was originally designed to be computationally intensive and memory-hard, making it more resistant to brute-force attacks compared to other algorithms such as SHA-256. The algorithm was first used as the proof-of-work in the cryptocurrency Litecoin and later in several other altcoins. It is also used in some password storage systems to prevent hackers from using massive amounts of computing power to guess passwords by cracking hashes. The algorithm was first used as the proof-of-work in the cryptocurrency Litecoin, and later in several other altcoins. It is also used in some password storage systems to prevent hackers from using massive amounts of computing power to guess passwords by cracking hashes. Scrypt requires a larger amount of memory compared to other algorithms, which makes it more difficult to implement on specialized hardware (ASICs) specifically designed for cryptocurrency mining.