Bitcoin Mining Calculator Profitability

Mining calculator for Bitcoin
Profitability calculator for Bitcoin

Bitcoin is the first cryptocurrency. In addition, you can use the mining calculator to find out how much of Bitcoin (BTC) you could mine. So you could check the profitability in realtime based on hashrate, power consumption and electricity cost.

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How use the Bitcoin mining calculator ?

Hashing Power (GH/s for Bitcoin)

One of the most important parameter is the equipment hashing power (a ring or a cloud mining provider) because this is the power that your computer or hardware uses to run and solve different hashing algorithms. Above all, don’t forget to select the correct format of hertz.

Difficulty (optional)

It is a parameter that cryptocurrencies use to keep the average time between blocks steady as the network’s hash power changes. Therefore, it should not be changed because the current Bitcoin (BTC) difficulty is automatically provided.

Pool Fees

Enter here all fees for the use of the mining pool. On the other hand, it can be null.

BCH to USD Price (optional)

It should not be changed because it is automatically provided.

Maintenance (GH/s per day)

Maintenance and electricity fees (MEF) are “a priori” required for cloud mining. In addition, it depends to their contract type and hashrate.

Hardware/Contract Costs

This is the cost of your equipment or your contract. Because the costs can be very high, so it is important to calculate it.

Power Usage

This is the power usage (watts) for your equipments. if you use solar panels for example, then the power usage can be zero watt.

Block Reward (optional)

It should not be changed because it is automatically provided.

Power Cost (kw/h)

This is the power cost (kw/h) for your equipments. Again if you use solar panels, then the power cost is null.

Calculations are just for information purposes and can differ from real results

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