“Ether Bergbau aws”

“Ether Bergbau aws”

Solo mining might have the best payout of the three methods if you have the financial power to invest in several GPUs and pay mammoth electricity bills. To carry out solo mining successfully, you need to hit at least 100 mega hashes per second and this hash rate will increase as difficulty rises. However, you get all the rewards; they include payment for uncles on top of your earnings.
Ethash is intended to be ASIC resistant. That, coupled with the switch to PoS, which will kill mining altogether, doesn’t make investment in ASIC development look very favorable economically. That doesn’t mean it won’t happen, but it’s not that likely.
Pro-tips: check out the following GPU’s: AMD Rx 470/480 Rx 570/580, AMD R9 range, HD 7990 / 7950 (if used cards are available, try to get them from a gamer instead a miner, with a warranty if possible).  For Nvidia, look at the 1060 / 1070 / 1080 series cards.  As with everything, do your own due diligence to evaluate GPU’s based on their hashrate, power requirements, availability and price. 
Very easy to setup. Hash rates and returns are quite decent for the money considering you don’t need to worry about buying the hardware, setting it up, or paying for power. Setting up a mining rig is annoying, loud and hot! This is much nicer =)
Sapphire Radeon R9 295X2 is a clear winner in terms of hash tags, since it can deliver amazingly high hash rates to the tune of 46 MH/s. Apart from hashing power, Sapphire Radeon R9 295X2 is also regarded for a sound return on investment and a remarkable RAM of 8GB. However, owing to a huge gap between demand and supply, it is usually in short supply. This is also the reason for its inflated black market price that is almost twice its original price.
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I see a lot of people are having this same problem. I believe that something must have changed in the new version of Claymore which is causing this error. Can you perhaps install an older version of Claymore?
I would normally recommend using an Intel Atom motherboard. Unfortunately, no consumer-class Atom board offers full-sized PCIe x16 ports. Also, there’s some confusion regarding how much power the PCIe slot produces. According to its specifications, a PCIe x16 slot can deliver around 75 watts. That should be enough to handle the 75-watt draw of the 460, but some 460 manufacturers include an optional 6-pin connector — for added safety.
One measure of AC efficiency is EER. It’s a measure of cooling capacity (in BTU per hour) by input power (W). A typical AC unit might have a EER of 10. If you convert the units, that’s 2.9 W of heat removed per watt of power consumption by the unit. So your cooling costs would result in an extra ~33% on your power bill, not an extra 100% (double).
Step 16 Hashing Power benchmark: If you want to get an estimation of your hashing power you can run ethminer -M (for CPU mining) or ethminer -G -M (for GPU mining). The command will run and you should get a result similar to the image bellow.
Le site propose des contrats à très bon prix pour miner du bitcoin, de l’ethereum ou bien encore du zcash. Enfin sachez que si vous ne trouvez pas un contrat suffisamment rentable il vous sera possible de le revendre afin de récupérer une partie de votre investissement, ce qui est très appréciable.
Up for grabs is a supply of roughly 36,000 units of new ether, the digital token associated with ethereum, per day. At current prices of around $200 per ether, that translates to $7.2 million worth of ether that miners compete for each day.
Step 11: Type “cd /” into the newly opened command prompt which should look like this “C:\users\username>cd /” and then press enter. You should now see “C:\>”, You have just used the “cd” command or “change directory” command to make command prompt look at the C:/ drive – not your user file.

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