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Power Monitor P3 P4400 $5.99 FS (For mining)

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Just started a small mining operation at home and wanted to get a power monitor to see my total wattage to get a better idea for profitability. I found one sold from a 3rd party amazon vendor for $5.99 with free shipping. The vendor is in china, but expedited shipping was free for a December 1st delivery.

Here is a link [amazon.com]

Also good to see how much your christmas tree, water heater, heat, stove, etc is costing you to keep running.

This can measure current, watts, killowatt hours over time, and more.

I didn't pay any tax in WA
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A just launched seller selling it less than half regular price. Good luck with that.
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its going to cost you money to mine bitcoins

https://99bitcoins.com/bitcoin-mi...planation/
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Another 'just launched seller' scam - the plague of Amazon.
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its going to cost you money to mine bitcoins

https://99bitcoins.com/bitcoin-mi...planation/
Not mining bitcoin, but instead mining bitcoin gold. Huge difference
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Another 'just launched seller' scam - the plague of Amazon.
With amazon's protection policy, how can someone get scammed now days?

https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/cu...=201889410
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With amazon's protection policy, how can someone get scammed now days?

https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/cu...=201889410
You don't end up losing any money as Amazon will back you up, but you're basically giving away your contact information to the seller...name, address, phone number - everything Amazon has for you. The theory is that this is what they're after to begin with.
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its going to cost you money to mine bitcoins

https://99bitcoins.com/bitcoin-mi...planation/
Over 90% of people who mine at home don't mine Bitcoin...
That link is too vague, I've said it before
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With amazon's protection policy, how can someone get scammed now days?

https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/cu...=201889410
Yes, Amazon will make you whole again.
But it can take awhile. Especially when the vendor keeps changing the estimated delivery date.
My guess for this item is a settlement (Amazon gift card deposited into your account) in January. By then the vendor's feedback will be all negative.

Your first clue will be whether the "tracking" number is legitimate or not.
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Deal is dead
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