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Re: You Too Can Mine Bitcoin In Nigeria by Cozydaniel(m): 6:14am On Oct 09, 2018
[quote author=frankike1 post=64463389]Finally I have got what I have been looking for. I saw already built system for bitcoin mining. By a company. Am so happy, am giving it a try soon.

Currently I based in Norway, but right now I went to Umea Sweden to checkout some businesses. [
/quote]

Would you mind telling me about this system you've discovered because I'm interested.
Re: You Too Can Mine Bitcoin In Nigeria by Cozydaniel(m): 9:36am On Oct 09, 2018
lilkech:
Wow! it’s been a while I updated this thread.

I’ve been getting emails daily from keen individuals who are interested in mining cryptocurrencies. I wanted to correspond with only those via email but then I remembered that this thread was started for a reason.

Please if you have any inquiries or problems concerning mining or setting up a mining rig or operation please quote me here and I will try my best to answer and put you through.

Keep on hashing wink

I will now go and reply the people who sent me emails over the last couple of weeks. Sorry if it comes late

You've really given an inciteful write-up on physical bitcoin mining but I would like you to tell me how to go about cloud mining because it seems that's the mining operation I can afford to set up for now.

Thank you..
Re: You Too Can Mine Bitcoin In Nigeria by WendySalisu: 12:10pm On Oct 09, 2018
While investing and mining bitcoin seems to be the order of the day, it is important to note that not everyone can mine or invest in bitcoin. Investing in Bitcoin requires so much knowledge and concentration and of course a lot of money if you want to make more.
The downside to this is that a lot of naive people just rush into investing Bitcoin and then get their hands burnt and lose all their money because they either lack accurate information or they are not consistent in monitoring it.

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Re: You Too Can Mine Bitcoin In Nigeria by Bignuell(m): 9:21pm On Nov 29, 2018
Hello sir, i saw your post and am quite interestes. But am curious,
You didnt tell us how to set it up with the system. Thanks. I await your reply.
lilkech:
making calculations are based on lots of variables like the hardware you’ve got, the cryptocurrency you’re mining, the internet subscription you’re on and the amount of electricity you’re using

iyandaoluwaoba what currency do you want to mine and what equipment do you wish to use?
Re: You Too Can Mine Bitcoin In Nigeria by Dshocker(m): 12:02am On Dec 27, 2018
lilkech:
Wow! it’s been a while I updated this thread.

I’ve been getting emails daily from keen individuals who are interested in mining cryptocurrencies. I wanted to correspond with only those via email but then I remembered that this thread was started for a reason.

Please if you have any inquiries or problems concerning mining or setting up a mining rig or operation please quote me here and I will try my best to answer and put you through.

Keep on hashing wink

I will now go and reply the people who sent me emails over the last couple of weeks. Sorry if it comes late

Please how can i get your WhatsApp number
Re: You Too Can Mine Bitcoin In Nigeria by ikay00406(m): 7:45pm On Feb 05, 2019
How long does it take to mine 1BTC with the S9??
Re: You Too Can Mine Bitcoin In Nigeria by frowland(m): 4:27pm On Feb 18, 2019
What is your profit margin with your setup?
Re: You Too Can Mine Bitcoin In Nigeria by gistsky: 5:00pm On Mar 29, 2019
lilkech:
Wow! it’s been a while I updated this thread.

I’ve been getting emails daily from keen individuals who are interested in mining cryptocurrencies. I wanted to correspond with only those via email but then I remembered that this thread was started for a reason.

Please if you have any inquiries or problems concerning mining or setting up a mining rig or operation please quote me here and I will try my best to answer and put you through.

Keep on hashing wink

I will now go and reply the people who sent me emails over the last couple of weeks. Sorry if it comes late
Just what I'm looking for. Pls do u have a WhatsApp group?
Re: You Too Can Mine Bitcoin In Nigeria by eworker(m): 1:31pm On Apr 12, 2019
What if I tell you that I found a better way to do free bitcoin mining in Nigeria? You don't even need to pay for this
https://mine-btc-free..com/
Re: You Too Can Mine Bitcoin In Nigeria by Nostradamus: 8:49am On May 15, 2019
The best bitcoin miners.some selfish people don't even want this to be revealed,you're lucky i drop it for y'all.



https:///BitcoinMiner_robot?start=658616314
Re: You Too Can Mine Bitcoin In Nigeria by Soul47(m): 12:12pm On Jun 05, 2019
inspector44:
Yes me too I have been mining for up to a year now here in Nigeria although one major challenge as highlighted on the previous post is power and I have been battling with that to survive.

Also note that the Antminer is of different size which really determines the speed at which ur Antiminer will work and also the amount of profit the miner hopes to make, there are three major commonly used ones (S5, S7 and S9) with the latest A3 which is not fully in circulation, and if you must buy go for a new one which is more advisable.

For those who want to enter into the mining club I would suggest you start with the Anitminer S9 although its expensive but with this you will get great value for what you put in

If you have made up your mind to enter into the mining business and need any of the mining machines I can help out.... Indicate and we would talk further

You post is really enlightening.

Please where can I buy Ant Miner S9 in Nigeria...

I have a rig if 3 S9 but I want to add more, my supplier is out of stock.

There is a guy offering new T9 at 240k but it's 11th/s

What do you suggest I do?

Your response will be appreciated.
Re: You Too Can Mine Bitcoin In Nigeria by abbeynism(m): 2:37pm On Jun 08, 2019
I had mailed you bro. Please i am expecting some responses.

But let me ask this here.

Jow long does it take you to get your investment?
I have seen S9 online at alibaba and 1688 but i noticed there are many used one people are selling, is it that it is not working as expected?

What would you suggest for an investor not more than 200k capital.

Thanks.
Re: You Too Can Mine Bitcoin In Nigeria by abbeynism(m): 2:38pm On Jun 08, 2019
The used ones are being sold between $100-$200
Re: You Too Can Mine Bitcoin In Nigeria by Soul47(m): 6:07pm On Jun 08, 2019
abbeynism:
The used ones are being sold between $100-$200

Please do you know where I can buy it in Nigeria?

Whether used or brand new.

Cause I don't have dollars to place the order on Alibaba.
Re: You Too Can Mine Bitcoin In Nigeria by Johnny1013(m): 11:03pm On Jun 08, 2019
hello guys I am enjoying this .....Thanks OP for this opportunity.I have some questions to ask tho
1.How many Bitcoin can 7 antminer S9s mine daily if they work for like 12 hours straight?
2. is 1m viable for this business?
3.Can I run Dem on generator?

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Re: You Too Can Mine Bitcoin In Nigeria by Soul47(m): 7:59am On Jun 09, 2019
Johnny1013:
hello guys I am enjoying this .....Thanks OP for this opportunity.I have some questions to ask tho
1.How many Bitcoin can 7 antminer S9s mine daily if they work for like 12 hours straight?
2. is 1m viable for this business?
3.Can I run Dem on generator?

I advice you buy AntMiner Z11...

At the moment the difficulty rate of mining Bitcoin have increased thereby reducing the profit you make from Bitcoin mining.

With one S9 you get barely $4 daily. Multiply that by the number you intend getting and make your decision.

On the other hand with Z11 (which is a mining device for mini g ZCash crypto, you get $14 daily.

So if you get 3 or 4 of it, you should recover your initial investment sooner than on Bitcoin mining.

Am a newbie like you any way and I regret rushing into Bitcoin mining without factoring all these, now am stuck in the web hoping to get money and a genuine supplier to buy Z11 from.

Do your research Sha before concluding.

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Re: You Too Can Mine Bitcoin In Nigeria by kdfinest(m): 8:28am On Jun 09, 2019
very insightful, thanks...following your updates.

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Re: You Too Can Mine Bitcoin In Nigeria by Johnny1013(m): 12:14pm On Jun 12, 2019
Soul47:


I advice you buy AntMiner Z11...

At the moment the difficulty rate of mining Bitcoin have increased thereby reducing the profit you make from Bitcoin mining.

With one S9 you get barely $4 daily. Multiply that by the number you intend getting and make your decision.

On the other hand with Z11 (which is a mining device for mini g ZCash crypto, you get $14 daily.

So if you get 3 or 4 of it, you should recover your initial investment sooner than on Bitcoin mining.

Am a newbie like you any way and I regret rushing into Bitcoin mining without factoring all these, now am stuck in the web hoping to get money and a genuine supplier to buy Z11 from.

Do your research Sha before concluding.
thanks bro .....God bless you
Re: You Too Can Mine Bitcoin In Nigeria by Soul47(m): 11:04pm On Jun 12, 2019
Johnny1013:
thanks bro .....God bless you

You are welcome.

My guess is you wouldn't go into mining for now...

Well, it's not a bad idea.

Lol

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Re: You Too Can Mine Bitcoin In Nigeria by OILSEF: 11:39pm On Jun 12, 2019
Soul47:


You are welcome.

My guess is you wouldn't go into mining for now...

Well, it's not a bad idea.

Lol
Good evening brother, let's chat more better on WhatsApp I need you to put through about some stuffs on this bitcoin mining 09012101772
Re: You Too Can Mine Bitcoin In Nigeria by kunleweb: 7:55pm On Jul 14, 2019
lilkech:
If you’re not new to bitcoin you will know that bitcoin transactions can never be processed on the blockchain without the input of ‘miners’ and ‘mining machines’

All those transaction fees we pay before transferring bitcoin from one wallet to another goes to the individuals who ‘mine’ bitcoin. People pay as high as $10 just to transfer an amount as little as $20 from one wallet to the other in most occasions and all these fees are distributed among the ‘bitcoin miners’ themselves.

Now there are two types of bitcoin mining namely ‘PHYSICAL & CLOUD MINING’ and as cloud mining is very widespread and easier to operate for now, I will like to show you that the physical aspect of mining bitcoin is viable in a country with a poor power supply like Nigeria.

Physical mining is 200% more profitable than cloud mining everywhere. Although the initial setup fee might be a bit daunting, with proper maintenance culture and technical ‘know how ‘ you too could be mining bitcoins from scratch and be reaping the rewards of being a part of the fast moving technological phenomenon known as bitcoin.

I will update this thread as much as I can to enlighten those who are interested in ‘CREATING BITCOIN’ the ‘physical’ way as against the ‘cloud’ way.


I have been mining bitcoin right here in Nigeria for a total of 2 years now and I can say it is a very reliable source of passive income without stress or hassles.

My goal is to find ‘like minded’ individuals who have a passion for this crypto currency and who are willing to invest into bitcoin mining ASIC machines and possible start a mining farm right here in Nigeria.

What do you need to mine bitcoin?

1. a phone/computer

2. a bitcoin mining machine

3. a router

4. cheap but stable internet connectivity

5. bitcoin wallet where your mined coins will be forwarded into

6. POWER SUPPLY (preferably solar powered)


You can also mine other altcoins like ETHERUM, LITECOIN, DOGECOIN etc in a likely manner albeit with slightly varying machine configurations


FOR FURTHER QUESTIONS AND ENQUIRERS PLEASE SEND AN EMAIL TO ME [ lilkech @ outlook . com ]





Can I contact you about this?
Re: You Too Can Mine Bitcoin In Nigeria by Emoreni(m): 4:46pm On Jul 26, 2019
Is there a whatapp group for miners?
Re: You Too Can Mine Bitcoin In Nigeria by Emoreni(m): 5:35pm On Jul 26, 2019
Soul47:


You post is really enlightening.

Please where can I buy Ant Miner S9 in Nigeria...

I have a rig if 3 S9 but I want to add more, my supplier is out of stock.

There is a guy offering new T9 at 240k but it's 11th/s

What do you suggest I do?

Your response will be appreciated.
Bro check message, I just mailed you.
Re: You Too Can Mine Bitcoin In Nigeria by peleson: 12:16pm On Sep 06, 2019
good thread
Re: You Too Can Mine Bitcoin In Nigeria by KateFowler: 12:36pm On Sep 06, 2019
I also like mining bitcoins but recently I decided to use an affiliate program allowing to make money as well. You can contact them to know more information. They are allowing to make money just selling leads.
Re: You Too Can Mine Bitcoin In Nigeria by Geofavor(m): 2:10pm On Sep 06, 2019
Educative
Re: You Too Can Mine Bitcoin In Nigeria by randy123: 6:29pm On Sep 08, 2019
Very informative, thanks. Which rig would you recommend for a newbie?
Re: You Too Can Mine Bitcoin In Nigeria by eworker(m): 7:31am On Sep 16, 2019
Of course, bitcoin mining is the way to escape the economic hardship in this part of the world. As a matter of fact, I am aware there are many scam sites out there but, also there are very few of them that really pay. All you need do is to always do your due diligence before registering with any website. I am a big testimony when it comes to bitcoin mining.
https://mine-btc-free..com/

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