“Ether Mining Hashrate”

“Ether Mining Hashrate”

Where it says YOUR_WALLET_ADDRESS, use the address you created in step 9 (you’ll need to put “0x” in front of it). The “Miner01” following your address can be changed to any friendly label that you want to give your miner (only important if you plan to run multiple rigs).
Neue Idee: Wie wäre es denn, wenn man zum Minen nicht Arbeit in Form von Strom investieren würde, sondern richtige Arbeit. Menschliche Arbeit. Anstatt dass also ein Computer direkt schwierige Aufgaben löst soll es also Aufgaben für Menschen zum lösen geben. Die Aufgaben müssten so gestaltet werden, dass sie nicht on Computern gelöst werden können. Dies könnte eine Sinnvolle Arbeit sein oder es könnte auch eine sinnlose Arbeit sein. Wichtig wäre einfach, dass die nur von Menschen erledigt werden könnten. Die gemienten neuen Coins würden dann ähnlich verteilt wie bei PoW. Die fleissigsten werden am meisten erhalten. Also würden nicht die reichsten oder jene mit der meisten Rechenpower am meisten Coins erhalten, sondern die fleissigsten. (egal ob reich oder arm). Wer wird dann wohl am ehesten solche Aufgaben lösen? Es würden Leute sein aus armen Ländern, die ein kleines Einkommen haben. Denn für solche Leute ist die gleiche Menge eines Coins mehr Wert, als für jemanden aus der ersten Welt.
Es gibt aber nur eine Handvoll Coins, die sich für das GPU-Mining besonders lohnen. ETH fällt bald weg und dann wird eine Menge Rechenpower frei. Diese verteilt sich auf die profitabelsten Coins und dort geht dann die Difficulty durch die Decke. Irgendwann ist die Difficulty so hoch, dass sich kein Coin mehr im Verhältnis zu den Stromkosten lohnt, zumindest nicht in Deutschland.
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Wenn es nach dir dann geht, hat bisher jeder also Verluste mit dem Minen gemacht?… Auch wenn die Difficulty steigt, so muss man bedenken das es nicht einfach von Heute auf Morgen so Stark Passiert, man kann selbst wenn man diese mit einbezieht locker ein dicken Gewinn mitnehmen, sofern die Hardware nicht zu Teuer ist und der Preis Stabil bleibt.
I cant figure it out , the thing I have eth working from the dev builds but no blocks are ever mined for some reason , not sure what to do , I have a Linux test build that works flawlesely but this windows thing is baffling. There are no errors in event log either geth just sits there at starting server so wierd
From the illustrated output, Ethereum mining logs are prefixed with ETH:. We can see the miner is fetching jobs from eth-us-east1.nanopool.org:9999 that we have setup in the miner script, which confirmed that we are joining the Nanopool mining. The observed GPU0, the only GTX 1070 on the PC, hashing at 30 MH/s. When the mining pool is lucky and win, the SHARE FOUND will be reported. The shared computation effort will be awarded relative to the overall pool contribution to the winning Block!
As a last note, make sure to keep an eye on your temps as you don’t want to accidently burn your cards or cause your rig to shutdown. Once you see your temperatures stay flat for a few minutes it should be alright. Just stay vigilant when trying out new settings and don’t assume that the first thirty seconds are the temps your cards will run at for all time. OpenHardwareMonitor is a good tool for plotting your temps and visualizing them if you need something to watch while you test out new settings on a rig, snag it from http://openhardwaremonitor.org/
I am new to mining and want to build a rig. I think I have enough money invest in a very nice setup. Can you please tell me if the Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 Windforce OC is the best GPU available on the market right now?
Bitcoin Core mining has gotten so high powered with the race to be the winner to solve a block that it has evolved into pooled mining where a group of miners want to have as much hash power as possible to get a share of the Bitcoin Core block reward. By combining your hash rate with that of many others you have a better chance of solving blocks (creating a block) and getting the block reward. Bitcoin.com has launched it’s own mining pool with competitive pricing, which you can register for and begin pool mining today.
As reported earlier this week in Korean news outlet The Bell, the South Korean conglomerate will produce Application-Specific Integrated Circuits (ASIC) processing chips in its own foundry in a deal with Taiwanese manufacturer TSMC. Ironically, TSMC provides the ASIC chips used in Bitmain’s Antminers, but it’s new partnership with Samsung could well provide the first real competitor to Bitmain’s chip manufacturing ventures.
What is the best GPU for mining ethereum in 2018? This question comes up a lot in the comments. If you’ve decided to build a rig using my GPU Mining Rig Build Guide this article should clear up any questions you have about the best currently available graphics cards for mining Ethereum.
@jstefanop Yes, I understood that part And it is indeed a slick improvement to the current implementation. I was asking @work about the ASIC “on the fly” DAG calculation in the kernel inner loop that I *think* he was putting forward as an ASIC alternative to doing random memory accesses to fetch the DAG bits from the whole DAG stored in GPU memory. Sorry for the long sentence.
Apart from being one of the most affordable GPUs available on the market today, it is also one of the most economical. While only consuming 150 watts of electric power, this CPU presents a hash rate of 25 MH/s.  When compared to Radeon R9 295X2 and Radeon R9 HD 7990, the cost of power for this GPU is relatively low, at only $0.4320. Its cost per MH/s is $7.96, which is quite impressive compared to most GPUs that are currently on the cryptocurrency market. The return per day for the Radeon RX 480 is $1.21, while its return per year is $440.91. On sale at Amazon now, you will have this GPU and begin mining Ethereum without many problems.
Diese neuen GPUs werden in kurzer Zeit und gemäss Anfrage in unserer Mine eingesetzt (im Rahmen des Fassungsvermögens unserer Räumlichkeiten). Wir erwarten eine Verzögerung von 3 bis 5 Wochen nach dem Ende des Vorverkaufs, um in unseren Räumlichkeiten diese neuen GPUs zu installieren.
   3: same as “2”, but start indexes from one instead of zero. For example, if you specify “-di 05” to select first and last GPUs of six GPUs installed, miner will display these two selected cards as “GPU1” and “GPU6”.
Dieses Verhältnis wird sich auf Dauer nur weiter zu Gunsten dieser verschieben, denn die kleinen User nutzen ihre Coins, statt sie zu staken und bekommen dadurch keinen Reward ab. Die Kurve der Reichen verläuft auf Dauer also exponentiell, wenn das auch (noch) nicht erkennbar zu sein mag.
6. If you notice there are some loose heatsinks when you receive the miner, please inform us by email to sales@asicminermarket.com within 3 days from the date the package is received according to UPS/DHL/FEDEX website.
You may have to ensure you have the correct virtual memory enabled (minimum 16GB). To do this, search for system in the start menu. Open system and on the left hand side click ‘Advanced System Settings.’ Go under the advanced tab, under performance settings, and advanced again. Then click ‘Change’ under virtual memory. Uncheck the box that states to ‘Automatically manage paging file size for all drives’ and then input a custom size of 16384 (or whatever is the maximum allowable value) into the Initial and Maximum size fields. This will prevent you from having any errors with virtual memory.
The estimated expected cryptocurrency earnings are based on a statistical calculation using the values entered and do not account for difficulty and exchange rate fluctuations, stale/reject/orphan rates, and a pool’s efficiency. If you are mining using a pool, the estimated expected cryptocurrency earnings can vary greatly depending on the pool’s efficiency, stale/reject/orphan rate, and fees. If you are mining solo, the estimated expected cryptocurrency earnings can vary greatly depending on your luck and stale/reject/orphan rate.
I’m not rich by any means. I don’t have thousands of dollars to spend on rigs or thousands of dollars to horde as much ether as I can. But what I do have is faith. Lots of it in Ethereum. I’m willing to take a huge risk to wait and sit on this ether.
Running a CPU you might be able to generate 0.15 Mega Hashes whilst with a decent GPU with enough memory you could be doing upwards 25 Mega Hashes (you can choose a GPU to mine ether here and use our guide on how to choose a GPU to mine ether). So in terms of total efficiency, taking into account electrical costs, a GPU is definitely worth it even if it costs you $200. 
Step 7: You need to tell your Geth Program to start communicating with the rest of the Ethereum network. You do this by typing in “geth –rpc” – this should look like “C:\>geth –rpc” (on the latest version you should try: geth –rpc –fast –cache=1024) Press enter and the screen should start downloading the blockchain for Ethereum – at this point you are synchronising with the rest of the Ethereum network. This can take a while depending on your internet speed and the current size of the blockchain, anywhere between 20 min and multiple hours. Sometimes your firewall can block this process – just click allow access. Keep this cmd open, you will need this to run in the background in order to be able to mine. Also make sure you start mining only after your blockchain is synchronised, not before. Due to The DAO hard fork you will have to specify if you want to mine on the hard fork chain or on the chain without the hard fork. To mine Ethereum (ETH) use geth –rpc –support-dao-fork in order to mine Ethereum Classic (ETC) use: geth –rpc –oppose-dao-fork
   NEW: added alternative assembler kernels for Tahiti, Tonga, Ellesmere, Baffin cards for ETH-only mode. Use them if you get best speed at “-dcri 1” (i.e. you cannot find speed peak), use “-asm 2” option to enable this mode.
GPUs also provide stable growth of hashing power. Even in the great depletion of GPUs we saw in all retail locations after litecoin jumped up to $50 there was only a doubling in the litecoin difficulty and that doubling occurred fairly slowly over about a month and a half period. When the Scrypt ASICs came online this month it was obvious virtually overnight. This stable growth and predictable access to hardware (compared to ASICs) encourages average folks to look into GPU mining as they can have a certain amount of predictability in the outcome if they are going to invest in a new GPU for that purpose or add wear and tear to their beloved gaming hardware.
Heute ja, da beim Bitcoin die Block Reward Verringerung leider zu niedrig angesetzt wurde und das Netzwerk viel schneller gewachsen ist als gedacht. Sobald der Blockreward (im Vergleich zu den Transaktionsgebühren) nichtig ist, verursacht jede einzelne Transaktion im Schnitt so hohe Kosten, wie der Sender bereit ist zu bezahlen und der Miner diese als rentabel zu akzeptieren. Das System sollte sich einpendeln, wenn da nicht diese willkürlichen Limits im Code wären.
yes you can change the nanopool to another one. You can use Teamview on Windows but there are some dedicated apps out there, I will look into them in the future. And yep Firewall shouldn’t cause issues.
Some mining enthusiast swear that Linux is the best operating system for mining. While this did use to be the case, there are stronger disagreements on the topic then previously. While I do prefer Windows, Linux does have it’s advantages being a slimmer system it can have its upsides. Furthermore, Windows usually comes with a price tag, so if you’re looking for a free option, then Linux is the one for you.
Ethminer comes with a few mostly simple steps, but you are building from source. If you haven’t built anything from source before this could be daunting. I’ll try to make it as easy as possible, but again, I’ve got things to do and all that jazz.
I’ve chosen to go with the RX480 as it’s expected to give 25MH/s at stock settings with a price of $200. Therefore, I’m paying $8/MHs, and the aim is to get this price as low as possible. Therefore, if you see second-hand GPUs where you’re paying less than that, then they might be worth a high consideration.
The way I see it, the solution is simple. (To put it oversimplified), you don’t store and access the dag, you store and access the cache, and then each asic chip on-the-fly computes the full dag, grabbing the needed components for a given nonce and discarding the buffer.

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