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Nope. ASICs can mine only SHA256 coins. DOGE is scrypt.
Any other way to increase my hashrate tremendously? I see people with +255 000 kh/s in my pool...
Spend 10000 dollars, buy a bunch of GPUs and components to get them running on some mobos.
For 255Mh/s you would be looking at ~200k for the GPUs alone. Probably another $400 per 5-6 GPUs for the boards/cpu/PSU. These guys are big time. Probably running out of a Datacentre so you have that cost as well.
Well...I would have access to about 10 ESXi Servers with ~20 Intel Xenon CPUs....is it worth a shot setting them all up for mining?
All those CPUs would still mine less than 1 decent GPU. With about 5 times the power cost. So no not really.
Yeah, even with some new xeon's and stringing them all together with multiple workers it worked out to less than 300khash/sec. If power is free, like in my situation, just have them running in the background at 50% usage (32 cores, using 16 threads)... it'll net you moderate doge, and not impact server performance all that much.
20 Xeons total? Probably not. I mean, you'll get something out of it most likely isn't worth the cost.
Is it possible to mine doges with an ASICMiner (Block Erupter 336MH/s)? If yes I will buy one and many people will get free doges
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