“Äther Mining auf AWS”

“Äther Mining auf AWS”

Nanopool is the largest mining pool with around 130,000 active miners. Fee’s are 1% and they also payout uncle blocks. This means that if your miners were close to solving the algorithm that would have paid out the block, you’ll receive a bonus for that through nanopool.
A proxy was created to fix it, so official Ethereum miner is locally connected to the proxy by HTTP protocol, for local network delays due to HTTP protocol are small. Proxy is connected to the pool via Stratum protocol so it has small delays too. Currently most pools support Stratum and you have to use HTTP-to-Stratum proxy to make official miner work with pools properly. Of course you can try to connect official miner to a pool directly via HTTP but you will lose 10-20% shares because of a short block time in Ethereum.
Die AMD Radeon RX 470 zieht unter Last bis zu 120 Watt, für sechs solcher Karten plus ein LGA1151-Mainboard mit beispielsweise Celeron G3930 muss man mit rund 800 Watt rechnen. Bei 85 Prozent Wirkungsgrad des ATX-Netzteils kommt man auf rund 940 Watt Leistungsaufnahme an der Steckdose; bei 24 Stunden Betrieb ergeben sich daraus 22,6 Kilowattstunden (kWh) pro Tag. Zahlt man 29 Cent pro kWh, muss der Miner also Kryptogeld von mehr als 6,60 Euro täglich liefern, damit man aus der Verlustzone kommt – aber das ist noch ohne Hardware-Kosten gerechnet.
Es ist normal, dass die Schwierigkeit der kryptographischen Rätsel, die die Miner zu lösen haben, mit der Rechenkraft ansteigt, die sie ins Netzwerk pumpen. Das ist bei jeder Kryptowährung so und es gewährleistet, dass der Zeitraum zwischen den Blöcken sowie die Rate, mit der neue Coins erzeugt werden, stabil bleiben. Ohne eine Anpassung der Schwierigkeit an die Hashrate würde jede Kryptowährung an galoppierender Inflation leiden.
This software is new; need it to improve, but if they have success? Imagine that an easy way to mine!!! Just install the software open an account and start to mine. Is so easy!!!! No commands, no tree or four programs, not to open ports manually, etc.
Bei den meisten Anbietern wird die Rechenleistung auf einen gewissen Zeitraum z.B. 2 Jahre oder auch Lebenslänglich gekauft. Fließen mit 1 TH/s anfangs noch gute Erträge, so sind diese wahrscheinlich nach einem Jahr wertlos.
Apart from the main components, you will also need GPU risers. I’d recommend getting USB powered 1x to 16x risers, which you can get from Amazon, for a few dollars. With some motherboard models, you will need to short some pins for the motherboard to recognize the riser. You can find a list of these here.
ok ok ok … lets just put an hypotetical bubble in here… if you dont need to pay for electricity, lets say that you have your own mini plant or a landfield of solarpower what would be the other bottlenecks in this… internet speed?, hardware… heat?
Einige ahnungslose Neulinge werden mit dem Vorwand gelockt, jeden Tag Kryptowährungen zu verdienen, wenn sie Rechenleistung kaufen. Das klingt natürlich sehr verlockend, so investieren viele Neulinge zuerst in Mining Anlagen, statt sich ein Portfolio mit stabilen und bewährten Kryptowährungen zu erstellen.
For this first update to our exploration of Ethereum mining performance, we’re adding six graphics cards in the entry-level and mid-range categories. We’re also preparing a second update that’ll include high-end GPUs. Beyond our original line-up, the list of contenders now also includes:
We are going to be using the very popular Claymore Miner.  Get the current version here from Claymore’s original Bitcointalk thread and download the current version from the Google or Mega download links he (don’t use other people’s links).  The current version as of the time of this writing is 9.6 and you’ll want to get the Catalyst and Cuda version (not the Linux version).  
However, being a tech enthusiast and a believer in disruptions, I truly believe there’s a bright future for cryptocurrencies. If I’m right, the current rise in Bitcoin and Ethereum is just the start. And one coin might be worth 100x its price today, which might justify mining it today.
Personally, I’ve found Claymore to be the strongest and best all round miner. It’s easy to set up, I’ve never had any issues with it, and it has a ton of added functionality (e.g. fan management), that I haven’t seen with other miners. It also has the bonus that it can mine two coins at once, which some people have found very useful to optimize their income. There have been reports of anywhere between 3 and 10 percent extra income.
This is one of the most popular Bitcoin home ASIC miner. Despite its 9kg weight and an operating temperature of 10 degrees Celsius to 40 degrees Celsius, this miner only produces 51 dB of noise.  This, according to the scale of noise, can only be compared to a refrigerator or a quiet office. As one of the best ASIC miners, it is capable of mining 0.07031 Bitcoins per month, and around 0.8554 in one year. This would translate to a monthly profit of $208. Its mining hash rate is 8.6 TH/s and comes with a power efficiency of 0.1 J/GH.
Just seemed inappropriate is all. But it is trendy as all get out. i know Tom has to be unbiased so even if the miners have single-handedly ruined pricing, put most GFX cards out of reach of many users and basically just bleeped things up Tom’s can’t get personal. They are earning money. Putting food in their kid’s tummies and all that. Who wouldn’t like a little extra on the side. My 1080 Ti was purchased at($10 less) than MSRP back in January.
All the information on cryptocurrency transactions must be embedded in data blocks. Each block is linked internally to several other blocks. This creates the blockchain. These blocks must be analyzed as fast as possible to ensure a smooth running of transactions on the platform. However, the issuers of such currencies do not have the processing capabilities to handle this alone. It is where miners come in.
Motherboard – ASRock H170 Pro4/D3 Intel H170 S1151/4xDDR3/2xPCIEx16/HDMI/DVI/USB3.0/ATX Motherboard. $145. This motherboard has 2x PCIe 3.0×16 and 3x PCIe 3.0×1, takes socket 1151 Intel 6th generation CPU and dual Channel DDR3/DDR3L 1866(OC) RAM. This motherboard only has 2 PCIe 3.0 x 16 slots which are too close together, so choose a better motherboard if you can.
Obviously a lot more research would have to go into it, but I find it hard to believe that grabbing the dag bits via an “on the fly” asic method would be any faster than random memory accesses on a DAG stored in memory.
Indeed, while SHA-256 and Scrypt are extremely compute-hungry, consequently rendering ASICs more efficient than our graphics cards (even more so than CPUs), Ethash is rather dependent on memory performance (frequency, timing, and bandwidth). With their fast GDDR5, GDDR5X, and HBM, graphics cards are perfectly suited to mine Ethereum.

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