The Hideout; initially found as an abandoned and cluttered bomb shelter without any means of sustaining life. The player can build and improve various Hideout modules, such as the power generator, water collection system, ventilation, medical treatment facility, intelligence center, heating, bathroom and other advanced modules.
To improve the Hideout to operational condition, the first thing the player will need to install is the Power Generator, which consumes fuel. With a lack of fuel, production and regeneration of characteristics will be slowed or disrupted. It should also be noted that the size of the stash will directly depend on the level of Hideout stash. Players with a Limited Edition of the game will receive an upgraded stash size, up to level 4. In addition to the basic modules of the Hideout, the player will be able to install advanced modules that drastically improve living standards and security, accelerate skills leveling, and allow production of unique items and resources. What is worth noticing separately, is a full-fledged shooting range, where the player can test weapons. The Hideout will be an integral part of the game, which will justify all out-of-raid processes that happen to the character - restoring health, stash size, access to services of merchants, and objects research and events in the world of Escape from Tarkov.
Scavs will try to find various items for you if you pay properly, of course. There are multiple Tier costs, each returning roughly the amount invested (results can vary drastically). Each case brings you items with found in raid status, with different rarities depending on the case selected.
The Bitcoin Farm will produce Bitcoin, at a rate of 1/((110000/(1+(GC-1)*0.044225))/3600) items/hour, where GC is the number of installed Graphics card. Production stops if there are no installed graphics cards, the power is off, or there are 3 bitcoin awaiting collection. (5 with Elite Hideout management skill). The hour/bitcoin rate of any given GC Number can be calculated with (110000/(1+(GC-1)*0.044225))/3600.
Right below there are two charts and a table showing the relation between the number of graphics cards and the time needed (in hours) to produce a single bitcoin and the profit for a given number of graphics cards.
Given the assumption of Bitcoin to be around 820,000 RUB, the roubles per hour can be calculated (see the table below). If you assume a GC price of 1,850,000 RUB the payback time can be calculated as well (The upgrade costs for the Bitcoin farm are disregarded).
(To be noted: Pay-Back-Time in below table is not assuming the cost of fuel for running the Bitcoin Farm. The cost of fuel can be calculated as cost per hour of Metal Fuel Tanks or the Expeditionary Fuel Tanks. As a Metal Fuel Tank is about 300,000 RUB on Flea Market and 160,000 from Jaeger and is used in 22 hours 59 minutes (further increased by hideout management skill), cost per hour would be 7000 RUB. For Expeditionary Fuel Tank cost is around 200,000 RUB on Flea Market and is used in 14 hours 48 minutes with cost per hour of 13500 RUB. This means that this cost needs to be deducted from Roubles/hour assuming non-stop production and having no more then 3 bitcoins uncollected and is increasing Pay-Back-Time by 3 to 5 days. Using other stations to craft items except Lavatory can further decrease the cost per hour of fuel.)
Earnings per every additional graphics card grow linear. That means every graphics card besides the first brings the same amount of additional income which is around 28,500 RUB taking into account prices listed above. It takes almost 65 days to make the same profit no matter the number of graphics cards, then the higher the number of graphics cards the bigger the profit will be. In this context if the wipe is more then 65 days away it is very important to upgrade the bitcoin farm as soon as possible and get the maximum number of graphics cards afforded at any given time. Only if wipe is sooner then 65 days is it more worthed to not install more then 1 graphics card.
This page was last edited on 7 April 2021, at 19:01.
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