In order to mine Ethereum and Ethereum Classic, your device must load a DAG (Directed Acyclic Graph) file into memory (RAM). This file grows over time, and when this file is larger than your available memory, you can no longer mine.
For example, here is a projection of the size of the DAG file for Ethereum:
– Over 4Gb on December 2020
– Over 6Gb on March 2024
– Over 8Gb on May 2027
The real-time earnings show you the benefits you can expect from a device if you already owned and operated the miner.
This view allows you to see key information at a glance.
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- Change default currency (USD, EUR, GBP, more to come…)
- Electricity cost (price of KWh)
Profits are calculated in real-time according to device specifications and external variables:
- Network difficulty
- Block reward
- Coin value
- Exchange rate
Displayed values are here to provide actual earnings information for each device for comparison purpose.
Return on investment (ROI) is the number of days between the purchase and the day you have generated enough income to equal the cost of the miner.
- ROI = Time to release date + Delivery time + Number of days to break-even.
This forecast is for informational purpose only, due to market-dependent earnings.