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Consider the new price of the Antminer R4 and the PSU a total of USD it will take anywhere between months to break even at the current Bitcoin price and difficulty. If you somehow manage antminer cut your electricity costs you will be able to break even after 12 months. For starters the price of antminer device is still unknown, this will probably be revealed within 24 hours though.
Assuming the price is indeed as advertised antminer USD I think 16 months to break even is a pretty risky investment in the mining business.
From a distance of 3 feet in an average-sized living room with antminer ambient temperature of 74 degrees Fahrenheit, the R4 and APW5 put out a combined 51 dB of noise. The AntMiner R4 also runs at the specified 8. Here are the specifications that get you to 8. The R4 has solid entry-level specs for mining at the current network difficulty. Antminer really sets the R4 apart at first glance, thought, is its design. All sales are final. No refunds will be granted.
Defective miners can be repaired for free if they fall under the warranty policy. After the warranty period, machines can be repaired at the cost of parts and labor. The following events will void the warranty: Hi Waqar, indeed Bitcoin is not backed by any government however it is a legit cryptocurrency and can be used as payment at many places.
I can suggest you to sign up antminer the Bitcoin Crash Course on the home page. It is about the basics of Bitcoin, it might change your perspective.
Is it worth mining bitcoins with the R4 if electricity is free? I in no way want to get into the business, just curious: Antminer does profitability correlate with quantity? I mean are two miners together more effective then simple just two times the output of one? Is it more cost effective to think big?