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Think of it from a business standpoint. How many times can you invest in a business and expect a return on your investment in even a year? Two years? Currently even at overinflated GPU prices you might see a return in ~6 months. In the mining community that seems like an insane amount of time. Crypto is an anomaly though. In business that’s a super win. Even if the timeline goes out to 8 months and then you start profiting it’s still considered a good investment. As good as just investing in ETH? Likely not. But we’ve discussed risk aversion and mining before.
Since we’re talking about mining, there’s always electricity involved, and every day we’re seeing more and more people posting pictures of their rigs and we’re seeing the results in how much difficulty has risen this month alone, and my guess before february is over we’ll be seeing 50% less profits than we’re getting now.
@itsmein3d with friends invested on Genesis Mining as well, it seems to have great terms which are ideal for making an investment easily in a small amount of time. The limitations are the long time it takes to get a return compared to making our own mining rigs plus not really owning anything. For the greatest profits, making our own mining rigs seems to be a better investment not just of the money but for the valuable learning it takes to build on our own machines which then translates to skills good for earning high dollars per hour! In summary, if we have money and just want a good return, Genesis might be the best option. If we have a bit more time and willingness to learn plus want the highest profits and have low enough electricity costs, DIY mining might be ideal!
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If you live in a hot region and use air conditioning, you actually consume more than double the listed electricity because the heat being produced in the computer has to be subsequently removed by the air conditioning, which is not 100% efficient.
Just a hypothetical, but say someone had (legal) remote access to 5,000+ normal desktop computers. If he/she were to install the software on them, could it be profitable? On-board Intel graphics type machines.
Having been in the mining game for a bit under 3 years now, I can promise you the “fastest” rig is not always the best mining rig. If there is one thing I can pass on it’s that the volatility with value over long periods is what affects ROI more than anything, and the safest bet is to get ROI as soon as possible so that if/when the value drops, you don’t end up underwater chasing your ROI incessantly. If the value drops significantly, but you’ve made ROI, then you can still mine at a small loss and speculate or simply shut down the rig during non profitable times–if the rig has paid itself off, you have these options, whereas when ROI is still on the table, you are very much limited.
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 – Der er behov En standard tastatur, mus og skærm. Hvis styre din rig på afstand (ikke dækket her i denne nybegynder vejledning) vil du ønsker at få en hovedløs hdmi dummy stik til at sætte i din rig, så den starter i Windows ordentligt for fjernadgang.  
Ethereum is quite difficult to mine on your standard PC as there are quite a few step to go through as can be seen in our comprehensive guide here. If you aren’t tech savvy or willing to give a bit of time to getting it up and running yourself, there is another way. This is where you pay someone else to do it for you and get them to run the mining equipment on your behalf. You can compare all Bitcoin and Ethereum cloud mining contracts here.
While it’s impossible to estimate how many dorm room cryptominers exist globally, it’s likely their numbers are growing as cryptocurrency values continue to balloon. Once they graduate, these students are poised to play a critical role in shaping the next technology revolution.
Cryptocurrency traders have become accustomed to their prices violently whipsawing up and down in waves — a 30% drop in the Bitcoin price in May preceded its recent peak by about two weeks — but the current downdraft appears more sustained. Though the cryptocurrencies, rooted in a technology system known as the blockchain, have each since recovered some of their losses, they have yet to come anywhere close to their highs.
If you have multiple GPUs, you’ll notice all of them listed here. By default, ethminer will use all of the GPUs on your computer that use a similar compute function. In our case it will be using OpenCL. We’re going to be using the MinerGate pool of eth.pool.minergate.com:45791. You can go to the MinerGate website for a full list of pool URLs. We’ll also be using the account name we setup with MinerGate in this example it will be the email I used for account setup.
If you look here: https://etherchain.org/statistics/miners it will show you a graph and a list of mining pools, and their relative size in terms of how much hashrate they contribute to the network. You may want to join a larger pool because it’s payments will be very predictable and regular, or take a chance on a smaller pool if it happens to be geographically close to you or you like something about it. Smaller pools can be unpredictable in terms of payouts and luck – but that can be either in you favour or not.
The difficulty of ETH mining is increasing exponentially. As soon as November ETH may switch to POS. To further complicated things there is the Ethereum Ice Age. If POS is delayed, then you still have a very hard deadline to earn your money back.
All transactions in Ethereum (and other cryptocurrencies) are encapsulated within discrete blocks. These blocks are comparable to the batches of transactions which banks send to each other, except in Ethereum they occur every 15 seconds (on average). Blocks are identified by their “height,” starting from 0 and incrementing sequentially until the current block.
Med henblik på denne vejledning, vil vi gøre en detaljeret gennemgang af opsætning og brug den meget populære Claymore Miner. Få den aktuelle version her fra Claymore oprindelige Bitcointalk threadand derefter følge med trinene i denne video. Hele processen med at få en tegnebog opsætning, downloade din minearbejder, konfiguration tingene i Windows og af din batchfil til at køre bør tage mindre end 10 minutter:
For purposes of this guide, we are going to do a detailed walk-through of setting up and using the very popular Claymore Miner.  Get the current version here from Claymore’s original Bitcointalk thread and then follow along with the steps in this video.  The whole process of getting a wallet setup, downloading your miner, configuring things in Windows and setting up your batch file to run should take less than 10 minutes:
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.
Please note, weighted average exchange prices update very slowly for some ETH and token pairs. Disclaimer: content on this website should not be used when making investment decisions. Investors should seek professional financial advice.

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