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Post by wth on Sun Jul 16, 2017 11:03 am

Here's the reason video cards have been so hard to find as of late,Thank god its over now maybe cards will start showing back up at stores.



http://www.tweaktown.com/articles/8261/ethereum-mining-dead-price-drops-difficulty-booms/index.html


This Was Always Going To Happen



For the last six weeks, cryptocurrency has been all over the place like an infection... currency markets, GPU mining, global GPU shortages, and more. It's a volatile market as it's open 24/7 and doesn't close like regular FIAT-based trading markets. The latest trend is Ethereum mining (for the most part, anyway) and the global GPU shortage of the last 5-6 weeks.

Ethereum mining and its impending DAG increase (the difficulty in which Ethereum mining is set at) began a huge upwards trend a few days ago, its biggest rise in difficulty... ever. The downwards trend of the price of Ethereum didn't help, as it created the perfect storm for the temporary tank in Ethereum ROI from mining. For anyone who has just purchased, or is in the process of purchasing PC hardware (GPUs, PSUs, risers, etc.) is paying heavily inflated prices for something that was in the headlines a month ago as a great way to make money.





The difficulty increase and drop in the price of Ethereum has slapped us a few times across the face, in what feels like every day. I wrote an article that did amazingly well for us, as it was written at the peak of this as it began to really scale right up in difficulty, and down with price. Buying hardware at a huge inflated premium isn't good, with wholesalers, retailers, and everyone in between making a quick buck on the global GPU shortage.



If you had purchased 10 x Radeon RX 580s before the beginning of June for Ethereum mining, you'd be making some damn good money - somewhere in the vicinity of $2500+ per month before electricity (and paying off the hardware). This meant you could pay the cards off pretty damn quickly before the price of Ethereum began to fall, and the DAG increased by leaps and bounds. This was the issue... just as Ethereum mining became 'mainstream,' the fevered need for RX 400/500 series cards spilled into second-hand markets, into the GTX 1060, and even GTX 1070.

Ethereum mining and its impending DAG increase (the difficulty in which Ethereum mining is set at) began a huge upwards trend a few days ago, its biggest rise in difficulty... ever. The downwards trend of the price of Ethereum didn't help, as it created the perfect storm for the temporary tank in Ethereum ROI from mining. For anyone who has just purchased, or is in the process of purchasing PC hardware (GPUs, PSUs, risers, etc.) is paying heavily inflated prices for something that was in the headlines a month ago as a great way to make money.





The difficulty increase and drop in the price of Ethereum has slapped us a few times across the face, in what feels like every day. I wrote an article that did amazingly well for us, as it was written at the peak of this as it began to really scale right up in difficulty, and down with price. Buying hardware at a huge inflated premium isn't good, with wholesalers, retailers, and everyone in between making a quick buck on the global GPU shortage.



If you had purchased 10 x Radeon RX 580s before the beginning of June for Ethereum mining, you'd be making some damn good money - somewhere in the vicinity of $2500+ per month before electricity (and paying off the hardware). This meant you could pay the cards off pretty damn quickly before the price of Ethereum began to fall, and the DAG increased by leaps and bounds. This was the issue... just as Ethereum mining became 'mainstream,' the fevered need for RX 400/500 series cards spilled into second-hand markets, into the GTX 1060, and even GTX 1070.

Goto the link at top to finish the story about this.

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