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GeForce RTX 30 Laptop Mining : The New Craze!

GeForce RTX 3060 Laptop Mining : Over 30% ROI?!

Here is the new craze in cryptocurrency mining – GeForce RTX 3060 laptop mining rigs!

Take a look at new laptop mining rigs in China, and find out how much they can make!

 

GeForce RTX 3060 Laptop Mining : The New Craze!

Supplies of desktop graphics cards are low, and prices are sky-high, and here’s more bad news – miners are coming for the laptops too!

A Weibo blogger called 神鱼BTCer just shared photos of different GeForce RTX 30 series laptop mining rigs!

BTCer claims they are all “home-based”, but we have no idea whether they are his, or from different cryptocurrency mining operations.

But in a response to a question, he said that the best way to keep them cool is by putting them in a sort of “tent mode”.

This picture shows four stacks of GeForce RTX 3060 laptops made by Chinese OEM Hasee, powered on (you can see the green light).

Hasee offers a GeForce RTX 3060 gaming laptop that has a starting price of just RMB 6,499 (approximately RM4,089 / US$1,005 / £732 / A$1,309 / S$1,340).

These twenty Hasee GeForce RTX 30 series gaming laptops would cost just over US$20,000.

This seems like a waste of power – leaving their displays turned on. But leaving the display up would definitely improve cooling.

 

How Much Money Can RTX 3060 Laptop Mining Rigs Make?

A Bilibili content creator Fish Pond f2pool demonstrated how fast someone with a GeForce RTX 3060 laptop can “mine” cryptocurrency.

She plugged in her GeForce RTX 3060 laptop into a power socket at Starbucks, and mined 0.00053009 ETH over 2 hours while she sipped her coffee.

On 5 February 2021, Ethereum closed at US$1,680.497, so she mined enough during her coffee break to make US$0.89 or RMB 5.76.

Not quite enough to pay for her coffee (about RMB 28), but at least the electricity is FREE!

Based on her experience, we can guesstimate that the average GeForce RTX 3060 laptop will be able to produce :

  • 0.000265045 ETH per hour
  • 0.00636108 ETH per day
  • 0.1908324 ETH per month (30 days)
  • 2.3217942 ETH per year

So that mining rig with 20 Hasee laptops you saw up there could make, at current prices, about :

  • $8.908 per hour
  • $213.80 per day
  • $6,413.87 per month (30 days)
  • $78,035 per year

Chinese electricity costs about RMB 0.545 (US$0.084) per kWh.

Assuming each laptop uses about 250 watts of power (including whatever external fans he may have), that works out to about US$3,679.20 per year.

So his net profit for the 20-laptop mining rig would be US$74,356 per year, at current prices.

That’s an incredible ROI of 30.8% per month, which means he will recover the cost of the entire rig ($20,100) in just under 3.5 months!

This is actually 2.9X higher ROI than the 78-card GeForce RTX 3080 mining rig!

With such great ROI, you can count on cryptocurrency miners to buy up hoards of GeForce RTX 30 series laptops!

 

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Watch How Easy It Is To Use Samsung Pay!

With the early access programme for Maybank Visa customers, Samsung is getting ready to roll out Samsung Pay on a massive scale in Malaysia. After their announcement of the official availability of Samsung Pay for Maybank customers, we were given the opportunity to check out just how easy it is to use Samsung Pay, instead of our credit or debit cards.

In this article, you will learn about Samsung Pay’s key features, and find out just how easy it is to use Samsung Pay.

 

Samsung Pay : More Than A Payment Service

Samsung Pay is a secure and easy-to-use mobile payment service that can be used almost everywhere that credit / debit / prepaid cards are accepted. It offers these key features :

  • Simple : To make a payment on Samsung Pay, users can simply swipe up on their eligible Galaxy smartphone, scan their fingerprint and pay.
  • Secure : Samsung Pay uses three levels of security to enable secure payments – fingerprint authentication, tokenization and Samsung KNOX, Samsung’s defense-grade mobile security platform.
  • Almost Anywhere : Samsung Pay is compatible with the majority of existing and new terminals, allowing users to pay almost anywhere you can swipe or tap your card.

Samsung Pay is currently compatible with the following Samsung smartphones :

 

Watch How Easy It Is To Use Samsung Pay!

In the first video, we make a payment at Marks & Spencer (M&S). They are still using the older MST terminal, but look at how easy and fast it is to use Samsung Pay, instead of a credit card.

It is the same experience at Starbucks, which is also using an older MST terminal. This gives Samsung Pay a huge advantage, as they do not rely exclusively on the new but much rare NFC terminals.

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The steps on using Samsung Pay can be summarised as such :

  1. Swipe up on the screen of your Samsung smartphone, and Samsung Pay appears
  2. Swipe left and right in Samsung Pay to select the credit / debit / prepaid card you want to use
  3. Press on the fingerprint sensor or key in the pin number to authenticate the transaction
  4. Tap your Samsung smartphone on the credit card terminal

That’s it! Whether it’s an older MST terminal, or the newer NFC terminal, the payment’s authenticated and accepted.

 

Samsung Pay Support In Malaysia

Samsung Pay is currently supported by Maybank, and these participating merchants :

Beauty & Wellness
– Blackmores
– Caring Pharmacy
– Castania Nut Boutique
– GNC
– Kiehl’s
– Watsons
– Wellness

Departmental Stores / Supermarkets
– AEON
– Metrojaya
– Marks & Spencer
– Robinsons

Leisure & Entertainment
– Box of Bricks
– Comics Mart
– S&J

Fashion
– Charles & Keith
– Crocs
– Pepe Jeans London
– PK Time
– Quiksilver
– Soda
– Sports Direct
– Stadium
– Studio R
– Under Armour
– Urban Republic
– Vans
– Why Pay More

Homes
– Bubee
– Muji
– Samsung Experience Store

Food & Beverages
– Baskin-Robbins
– Carl’s Jr.
– Chatime
– Garrett Popcorn
– Hakata Ippudo
– Kenny Rogers Roasters
– Komugi
– Krispy Kreme
– La Juiceria
– McDonald’s
– NY Steak Shack
– Red Lobster
– Shojikiya
– Starbucks
– The Library
– The Manhattan Fish Market

Convenience Store
– Family Mart

Samsung Malaysia will be announcing the other banks and merchants that will be supporting Samsung Pay during the official launch in the coming weeks. So stay tuned!

 

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