Note that maintenance fees are already accounted in this graph. We’re using a moving 7 day average (to anchor against major fluctuations) comparing the net payouts of Hashlets. This is one way to look at relative ROI, and subsequently a Hashlet’s trade value (based solely on current payouts).
This is meant to provide a quick and dirty valuation of the worth that a 1 MH/s Hashlet should be traded at pegged to a single 10 GH/s Genesis as a reference point.
Note that Hashlet Primes have the ability to “double dip.” This means it can mine a second pool at the miner’s full hash rate for 12 hours, consequently trigging a 12 hour cool down. Currently, this second pool has no additional associated maintenance fee.