USB Block Erupter ASIC BITCOIN MINER 333 MH/s – Coiniac

Mining on a raspberry pi 3, Need some pointers.

Okay guys. I have a 24 hour deadline to finish this project and need some help from the Reddit community.
I bought a raspberry pi 3, a 5 inch lcd, and this usb asic miner off of ebay. The usb miner will be ready tomorrow, but I was wondering what I can do today to make sure that I can properly demonstrate that the computer mines bitcoin.
So here are some things I need help with. I know that I will hardly earn any money, but I am not creating this project for that reason
1) What pool should I be using?
2) Will the pi be able to handle the power needed by the miner?
Thanks!!!
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Raspberry pi block erupter miner.

Are rigs using a raspberry pi and usb block erupters still a feasible way to mine bitcoin? Looks like I could build one for ~$350 with six erupters at 333 MH/s each. My 1070 is running in the 400s. My rough estimate says this will mine ~5X faster than my 1070. Is this even close to accurate? I don’t see anything that confirms that math.
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USB Block Erupter Mining?

Just came across an old USB Block Erupter that does 333 Mh/s (For some reason I have seen it gone as high as 800 Mh/s). Anyways, I have bfgminer set up and I was wondering how can I be ensured that I will be paid directly to my Bitcoin address? I saw some examples on the Nicehash website on how to setup some ASIC miners. So far I have the URL as stratum+tcp://sha256.usa.nicehash.com:3334 with the username as my address and the password as "x". I checked the stats on my page and the only results there are the ones from the GPU which I have setup on NiceHash. Will the ASIC miner show eventually or will it pay elsewhere? Thanks.
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Where can I get a good/legit Block Erupter?

So I've been looking into Bitcoin mining, and I thought of picking it up as a hobby. I was looking into getting the Raspberry Pi 3 and getting a few Block Erupters. I've looked on eBay and Amazon, but I'm a little weary because they are sold by third party sellers, and I'm new to this. Is there any verified vendors that I could buy a good Block Erupter from?
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Will a Bitcoin ASIC be able to mine other currencies as well?

If I buy a ASIC that says "333 MH/s ASIC Bitcoin Miner, USB Block Erupter x2" will it be able to mine other currencies as well, as Litecoins or Dogecoins? And is 333 MH/s a good rate nowdays? Just out of curiosity. I'm just starting mining, looking for geek credentials. Thanks
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[SG] USB ASIC block erupter

I have an USB block erupter. Blue PCB, with a black backing. Mines at 333 Mh/s but only for SHA 256 coins only (bitcoin) and not scrypt (litecoin and dogecoin). I'm looking for 18k dogecoin
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