Welcome to the forums. For me personally, I’d prefer to keep discussions open and public on the forums, instead of via email. This way we can share knowledge and help ALL new users.
You say your card is 24 mh/s per card. This depends entirely on which coin you are mining. Using your stats, I can only assume you’re mining Bitcoin or another SHA-256 currency.
Feathercoin was originally developed with the Scrypt encryption algorithm (Just like Litecoin) - Feathercoin wanted to stay ASIC resistant. Meaning we still wanted people to mine with their Graphics cards (Like you!)
So the developers changed the algorithm from Scrypt to NeoScrypt.
I did a quick google and it looks like 1x 1060 GTX can do around 650 Kilo Hashes a second of NeoScrypt mining.
So your 6 cards will do 3900 Kh/s
To mine FTC on windows 10 you need to download a NeoScrypt CCMiner miner for nVidia cards.
I could get more if I really wanted to play with the OC settings, but I am of the opinion that you should keep a card running/earning for as long as possible, rather than trying to get as much out of them as fast as possible.
I used cpuminer-neoscrypt on Intel Core2 Duo running Debian 9.1. My power consumption was running around 130W, making it awfully inefficient, even if I could muster 1 FTC per day as @looarn mentioned.
My understanding is that by the nature of p2pool’s PPLNS payout scheme, 6 kH/s is well below the noise level at current difficulty, thus yielding zilch shares.
I’ve switched to GPU mining since then, getting ~500 kH/s with much better results - ~16 coins per day. Still, it’s not profitable at the current price level due to high electricity cost in my area.
i am very much in the same boat, except your card is doing much better than mine! dual xeons and a 780 make for a high electric bill, but guess its better than folding for free! new rig will do better i hope