What to Pay for Mining - NiceHash

Helping You Mine Profitably

Pricing Examples

The examples below are each based on a $100USD order placed at NiceHash for Equihash. Dollars are used to provide a stable reference since the coin markets are too volatile to track meaningfully.

Target Price to Keep Mining

The target price is a few orders above the lowest price which should get miners assigned. It may not be profitable. Price fluctuations may not allow an order placed with these setting to mine continuously.
Price (BTC)
Limit Speed    
Order Cost       $
Duration
Revenue $
Replace Fees $
Pool Fees $
Transfer Fees $
Selling Fees $
Profit $
Coins
Coins Per Hour
Cost Per Hour $
Profit Per Hour $

Maximum For Some Profit

The price to set an order to produce a small profit based on current conditions. It should only mine when the lowest price is below this amount. Market and pool conditions will cause profit to change.
Price (BTC)
Limit Speed
Order Cost $
Duration
Revenue $
Replace Fees $
Pool Fees $
Transfer Fees $
Selling Fees $
Profit $
Coins
Coins Per Hour
Cost Per Hour $
Profit Per Hour $
ESTIMATES ONLY! Placing an order for any of the prices shown does not guarantee a profit!
Please read the section on 'Making a Profit' to learn about some of the risks.


Reading the chart

Target - This is the proposed price for an order that is just above the lowest order with active miners. It should ensure that some miners get assigned. A larger gap between Proposed and Low indicates orders that have no miners assigned yet (new order activity or price swings).
Low - This is the lowest price that an order with miners is currently paying.
Max - This is the current maximum price to pay to make some profit. It is based on the pool's block rate, current market prices and all the fees listed in the example. It does not include any variation in the value of BTC or the coin between the time the order is placed and when the coin is sold, which can be significant in a volatile market.
Order - The current price of the active order for the algorithm selected (if running). It should be below or slightly above the Max to be profitable. When above the Low Order it should be mining.

Settings

These do not affect the Running Orders.

Orders and Settings

If a Running Order is displayed it is being managed by our Order Manager for NiceHash. The Order Manager is not available to the public yet.

Only one algorithm is supported at the moment. Select a different pool to see its profitability. Please consider providing feedback and donating to help the development effort. To request another algorithm, please see the feedback page.

This site is under active development and subject to change.
Use at your own risk.

Current Low Prices

Running Orders

Payouts are 4 to 5 hours behind due to confirmations.