The “making money” part happened at the printing stage.
Most likely a matter of perspective - somebody else is paying the bill.
Yeah you're on the right track...
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So it isn't "free" power. It's just that you don't have to pay the bill. To do an honest accounting the net profit of doing cryptocurrency mining, you have to include the actual cost of the power, even if someone else is paying for it.
[pedant]But there isn't a printing stage in your list. Just a printer controlled by a Pi, and then Go to jail.[/pedant]
Mining any saleable commodity is profitable, if the cost of mining is free.Botspot wrote: Is mining DigiHash profitable, assuming electricity is free?
This is the best answer above, and almost certainly the most likely to be profitable.
Not sure - but I don't think anyone attempted it. While people were using RPis for mining for cryptocurrencies...
It may turn into this?But, what if that Fiat Panda is controlled by Raspberry Pi? Hm...