“ether mining linux”

“ether mining linux”

I just started about four weeks ago and was lucky enough to amass 20 cards in this short span in this market all for under $300, some used and new, except one at $305. Probably around $250 average for a mix of 480/570/580. But I work from home and am able to monitor eBay, monitor nowinstock, check the used listings on fb and cl while I work or on breaks. Lots of late nights too, got a bit obsessed for a period. No way I have the GPUs I do now if I didn’t, and I still have a tiny setup compared to many.
I was having 20 bitcoins and what i did just read it, the platform is hashflare and you can start with 2.2$ but now it has decreased to 1.8$ which awesome so go and grab the opportunity because the contracts may get sold out or the price may increase drastically. link is down
Application-specific integrated circuit chips (ASICs) differ from other mining rigs as they don’t utilize GPUs to do the mining, which means price and power consumption is reduced. They can also solve Bitcoin blocks faster, which means they are definitely worth looking into. This ASIC miner from Mineshop.eu is a good mid-range miner that has a hash rate of 19.5 GH/s. Definitely one to consider if space is at a premium.
And it mines for developer taking 1% or 2% of your uptime: “every hour the miner mines for 36 or 72 seconds for developer” Which causes pool drop, for example nanopool complains that it lost contact with my worker….. So, here is close source example for you 🙂 – xchg.ca Feb 7 at 5:35
I made this same question in Bitcointalk and a veteran told me “we will talk about another more profitable coin in 1-2 years, guaranteed…”, so we don’t need to worry about it stopping being profitable soon… I asked him/her how s/he can be so confident, and the reply was that it’s because it happened 3 times before. I said that it doesn’t mean it will be the same thing from now on just because of that. He didn’t reply me anymore…
If you assume all initial purchases of HW are in the past therefore sunk costs and don’t want to factor those into the picture when determining if you investment was profitable yes you could naively look at this as “ETH is profitable to mine in 2018!” However what you’re really answering is “Is it still wise to continue mining ETH in 2018”
As with any cryptocurrency, Ethereum mining profitability depends on many factors. The hash rate of your miners in relation to the total network hash rate will determine your share of earnings. Your earnings can also vary depending on Ether’s price relative fiat currencies like the US dollar.
You keep talking about higher electricity costs. My electricity costs are 0$. I’ve been running server farms out of my house for over a decade, enough to heat my entire home. I have not had to run my heat once in that decade and my electric cost in winter is EXACTLY the same as it was before I started running a server farm.
Thanks for opening up a new question How does ethminer interact with the various Etherum clients (e.g. geth, eth, parity) when mining? Does it affect mining efficiency? @William. – BokkyPooBah Apr 30 ’16 at 4:12
Hydro Quebec, the power company that provides power for the province of Quebec, publishes an annual survey of power utility rates in North America. With Hydro Quebec’s data, we built a table that illustrates how much your electricity cost affects the viability of mining. As it stands, my miner draws 935W from the wall, which works out to 673kWh per month. At the current utility rate in my local market, I would pay roughly $40 for the electricity that the system would burn in a month. Make sure to calculate your estimated power draw and figure out what your power rate is before jumping into crypto mining. For example, that same mining machine in New York would cost $136.90 to operate for the same period.
As much as I despise miners and the very idea of cryptocurrency, I found this article interesting and a little enlightening why people are getting into it late in the game. Even if ETH crashes and burns tomorrow, eventually there will be another to take its place. I don’t see this cycle changing anytime soon either unless governments get involved and start banning mining in their nations.
Unlike Bitcoins, which can no longer be effectively mined using GPUs, it is possible to mine Ethereum using them. This is possible thanks to Ethereum’s ASIC-resistant algorithm which make it impossible to be mined by dedicated processors.
The difference in policy has widespread consequences, and you can see readily how different WoW gold is from L$, both in the ways you earn it and the ways you spend it. Things that look like gambling become a dicey issue in Second Life, etc.
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.

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