After eth to pos, where will the mining card go?
Today is the fifth day of eth to pos. The computing power of related currencies such as etc, ethw, etf is decreasing day by day.
Although the single M income has increased slightly, it is still far from enough electricity bills.
So in the words of the miners, this time it was not a mine accident, but a mine collapse.
The mine disaster shows that the time for the next carnival is coming.
The mine collapsed, indicating that there will be no mining at all in the future, and the graphics card will be completely out of the game.
I don't think it's so pessimistic, but we still have to be prepared for the harsh winter ahead.
For example, to collect cards, I don't think this is a good time.
It will be at least another ten days and a half months. When more and more miners start to sell their cards, that is the real low point.
So, during this time, all we have to do is to prepare some funds.
Wait for the time to come.
As for many people asking, who do you sell so many cards to?
Mine can no longer be mined, and it must be sold to customers with other needs, such as Internet cafes, such as gamers.
That's why, graphics card intermediaries are more inclined to acquire rust-free, normal interfaces.
This card is easier to shoot.
The slag, the price drop is serious.
Take it back, you have to clean it up, replace the silicone grease, heat dissipation pad, and some have to replace the interface and fan.
The workload is high, and the point is, the profits are not high.
This is the reason why everyone is reluctant to collect slag.