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Elphapex DG1 11G (11000 MH/s)Profitability

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DG1 by Elphapex, the new generation Scrypt Miner. When it comes to DOGE and LTC mining, hashrate is key. This new miner comes with 11 GH/s Scrypt Mining hashrate, with power consumption of 3420W, making it a powerful and very efficient model. Buy your new DG1 model directly from MillionMiner with Free DDP Shipping Worldwide!
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Income

DAY MONTH YEAR
$18.15 $544.63 $6,626.28

Electricity Costs

DAY MONTH YEAR
$9.85 $295.49 $3,595.10

Profit

DAY MONTH YEAR
$8.30 $249.14 $3,031.17

Profit if the coin price increase by 50%

DAY MONTH YEAR
$17.38 $521.45 $6,344.31

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The Elphapex DG1 11G (11000 MH/s) is currently mining $8.30 profit a day. The calculations is based on $18.15 income per day from which we deducted $9.85 elecricity costs. This means the DG1 11G (11000 MH/s) is able to generate up to $544.63 income per month. After you would deduct the electricity price of $295.49 you will have an estimated profit of $249.14 per month.

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If the BTC price reaches $96221 you would earn estimated $17.38 per day. One week ago the profit was $ N/A and one month ago it was $ N/A .



More about Scrypt

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.