“ethereum minedrift gå sammen”

“ethereum minedrift gå sammen”

in the long run etherium wont be worth mining, but you can better do it now before the hash rates go trough the sealings hehe. what do you think about stratis and golem i did some research on them i like the idea
I noticed a bug that i would very much appreciate being fixed. items that are on an item frame turn green and you cant see what item it actually is bc of the discoloration. I also noticed that sometimes player models of other players also turn green and unrecognizable.
I see why say the money is to be made when there is blood in the streets on these panicks and you just do the opposite of what everyone else is doing. If you can stomach it, it’s worth it. Me = all-in with ETH for the long ride.
As the price of Ethereum hovers around $1000 you may be wondering to yourself whether it’s worthwhile to mine ETH. Like Bitcoin, Ethereum is a proof-of-work coin that uses miners to confirm network transactions. The profitability of mining varies from person to person and changes over time — usually becoming less profitable as the coin matures.
Now that you’ve got your hands dirty, just sit back and watch your zcash roll in! Be aware that you are mining to a transparent address (it starts with t). You can follow this guide to learn how to create a private and transparent wallet
@Coinsinfo Yeah, but i wouldn’t recommend it. The services are usually over priced and with the looming switch to POS you wouldn’t be able to use your 1 year contract for anything else (as opposed to selling gpus or mining something else)
Note that buying used cards from crypto miners is not recommended, due to the wear and tear mining places on cards. If you resell your card after it’s no longer useful for mining, you should mention that it was used for mining, then price it accordingly.
Today one of the most advanced miners out there is the Antminer S9. It’s what is known as an ASIC mining rig.  It has a mining rate of 14 TH/s. If we use the simple Bitcoin mining calculator (shown above) you will see that at today’s difficulty you will earn around 0.03600399 Bitcoins a month.
Gamers and computer enthusiasts upgrade their systems more than just about anyone. Motherboards, CPUs, and graphics cards sitting around after an upgrade are the perfect starting points for a hobbyist mining machine. You’ve already paid for these components and extracted value out of them. What’s more, you know their history and how well they’ve been cared for, which isn’t necessarily the case when buying discount used parts on eBay. With sufficient leftovers, you should be able to cobble together a competent mining machine, even if it’s not terribly impressive.
Nvidia users may also take note – the gap between Nvidia and AMD cards in Litecoin mining is slightly smaller than with Bitcoin, with the GTX 770 capable of up to 240 KHash/s (yes, we’re back to KHash, from MHash) as compared to about 880 KHash/s for the R9 290X. That’s still a significant gap, but it’s better than the BTC situation, where the 680 hit just 130 MHash/s compared to the R9 290X’s 874MHash/s.
Troubleshooting tip:  Some miners have had success installing all GPU’s at once and then installing the drivers.  Others prefer to install only one card, install the drivers, shut down the system and then install the rest of the GPU’s and then just let them all be recognized by Windows (you’ll feel the system lagging, some flickers, or brief black screens while each card is detected by Windows).  
And since new Ether will likely no longer be created by mining, it could mean that existing holders of Ethereum will benefit disproportionately from the process of proof-of-stake due to their ability to put their existing Ether to work at a larger and faster stake than newcomers (this mostly applies to retail investors and not institutions with large amounts of capital).
We recently explored the idea of building a mining rig at no cost, simply using older parts we had lying on the shelf. My colleague, Eric Vander Linden, cobbled together a competent mining rig with zero upfront costs. The “free miner” includes two R9 290X GPUs, which net roughly 57 MH/s. At the current difficulty rate, that rig should bring in a little more than half an Ether per month, which would be profitable as long as the price of Ethereum doesn’t dip below $100.
High Jerry nice vid! Do you think a top of the range AMD graphics card from 3 years ago would still be good to mine with today? I did a tiny bit of mining back then but since then the graphics card has hardly been used.
Hopefully we get some plateau, and ETH price goes up to where there is ROI at some point for cards in the $250 range that were online in the 2018 time frame. Then we can all be happy (and blissfully ignore the fact that buying would likely have been better haha – but yes that’s a different topic entirely – profitable in USD is good enough for me for this project!)
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You should not expect the same returns every month, though. As the mining difficulty rises, the number of coin shares you receive each round drops. If the price of Ethereum doesn’t go up with the difficulty scaling, it affects your income. Ultimately, Ethereum mining is going the way of the Dodo. If you don’t have the hardware already, it’s not a good idea to jump in now. If you already own mining-capable hardware, and you live in a region where the utility costs won’t kill your returns, there’s still some money to be made in those Ether mines.

One Reply to ““ethereum minedrift gå sammen””

  1. It’s not gonna plateau. What all the stores being sold out means, is that a shit load of gpu’s are being bought straight through the major suppliers for large farms, and new cards are going online just as fast as they are being made. What you proposed would be true if production was down, but it’s not. What we’d want to see is cards cathering dust on the shelves at retail stores. What’s happening right now is the worst possible realistic screnario when it comes to the difficulty.
    The value of Bitcoin is one thing that has to be continuously kept on the mind. Whereas it might appear very lucrative today, the markets are not easily predictable, and the price can come down to any amount the next day. Anyone who has an interest in venturing into this market must understand that one fact.
    As for what to do with GPU’s post PoW, maybe other coins will come along but if Casper (PoS) proves itself then that kills pretty much all need for PoW on any new coins. I don’t think many people in crypto actually realize how many problems Ethereum solves and that we are looking at a pending extinction level event for just about all other alt-coins, and perhaps Bitcoin also.

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