“ethereum minedrift fremtid”

“ethereum minedrift fremtid”

Question mine under linux ubuntu debian arch centos or windows or ethos and why, thank’s for the réponse, thx 🙂 with 7970 R9 280 thx.For the best rentability and the best hashrate and pool nanopool ou suprnova or fly or other, thx i’m noob thx
As more miners join the Ethereum network, the harder it becomes to solve the problem, which leads to an increase in the mining difficulty. This is why it’s currently costly to mine Ethereum. The returns are very low and equipment is still pretty expensive. However, as Ethereum price continues to rise, it could become worthwhile in the future.
For proper mining, separate hardware needs to be dedicated to integrating higher hash rate GPU’s. On top of the list best performance, video cards are of AMD and NVIDIA GEFORCE. The AMD Radeon R9 295X2 gives the performance of 57.6 MH/s but the power it consumes is a lot and care need to be taken in that way. AMD Radeon RX 480 and Radeon RX 580 are best value performers with 25-27 MH/s and power usage can be reduced using some tweaks.
“Mining Ethereum is really complicated and I wanted the simplest solution. Luckily I found CoinMiner who sent a rig to me 1 week after ordering and all I needed to do was turn it on. Fantastic system and I’m planning to buy more.”
To make it easy we have taken a selection of Ethereum mining GPU’s and taken their average stats and metrics from our live ethereum exchange rates and mining network data. This allows us to get key data on how good the graphics card is – like how many days it will take to payoff you buying it and how much ether it should return per year. We also show second hand refurbished graphics cards that are generally cheaper and have a better return because of the cost price.
The recent drop in Ethereum’s monetary value combined with the vastly increased mining difficulty has severely decreased the profit margin. It’s certainly past the point where anyone buying a new, dedicated mining rig will see a good return on investment (ROI). Even if you spent a relatively meager $1200 on a new setup, you’d need to net at least $100 a month for a year to just break even. Ethereum’s volatile nature and pending shift to a proof-of-stake model makes it unpredictable. Only the most desperate or foolhardy would buy new mining equipment at this point expecting to make a profit. So let’s look for another attack vector.
I have no idea when casper will come out, but I suspect it will take about a year. But even if it doesnt, since I have a real world use for this rig, it won’t be the end of the world if it comes sooner rather than later. Why do you happen to know when casper might hit?
So I am working through some issues. First I have two drives. C: which is a fairly small SSD drive just for my OS (the blockchain is too big to fit on here) and an E: drive which stores everything else. I finally figured out how to store the blockchain on E: with my coinbase and if I am solo mining it works (probably not going to mine anything but works nontheless). So I am considering pool mining. According to your article I must first downloan the entire blockchain which I am working on doing again to the E: drive.… Read more »
Cool rig, have fun mining! :o) I mined coins heavily with ASICs a couple years ago as a business investment (and again on my new custom home built PC for over a month when Ethereum went live), and this is what I found the most important thing to include when calculating ROI: http://etherscan.io/charts/difficulty
The time-tested wisdom in mining is that it’s probably best to not assume that ETH will stay at any given price in the short term. Theoretically, it could crash at any moment. If ETH had a sudden price crash, people would be dumping their GPUs all over eBay and Craigslist — much lower resale value for your hardware. It’s also wise to consider that if the difficulty continues increasing and the price doesn’t see any major bumps in the coming weeks, revenues will only be thinned even more.
Isn’t profitable mining all about MH/J (or better Energy x your local price for energy) anyway and not MH per $ spent on hardware? You could spend 1 USD total on hypothetical equipment that has a crazy hashrate if that draws 5 GW of power it won’t get you far.
In order to mine using this guide, there are two things that you’ll need. The first is a wallet to store your funds. There are currently multiple GUI wallets available and you can compare them here. You can also use this guide to learn how to install one of them on Linux. It is also possible to use an exchange as a wallet but we do not recommend it.
I think a lot of people are confused over what profitability really means. Sure everyone knows profit = revenue – cost. However, profitability of mining ETH is not simply “do I mine more ETH than cost of electricity?” This neglects the GPU/HW where it’s instrumentally important in both the revenue and the cost. If you’re doing it right, the price of the GPU/HW will be at least 2x the cost of the electricity for the whole mining lifespan of the card. Additionally, we’d hope that the final value of the HW is > $0.
Thank you. I have waited so long for someone to do this. I’m going to wait and watch the HECK out of the mod until it has a stable, nearly bugless 1.10.2 version. Again, thank you so much for doing this.
Since early this year the price of Ethereum has literally skyrocketed and made many of the early adopters rich, but it isn’t too late…. with the impossibility of using ASIC’s to mine, setting up your own mini GPU mine can still net you large profits, especially when the currency makes it’s next value hike….hurry, follow this guide to learn about the currency and how to mine it easily and reliably.
As far as the 280X goes, if your only concern is ROI then you are likely correct, I could have made this cheaper by cutting a few corners. I could have used a milkcrate, I could have used a cheaper hard drive (or network boot). Lots of things I could have done to cut some fat. But I am also trying to look past the ethereum horizon onto other uses as well. I think anyone building a rig right now will have to do the same unless they want to be left with a big paper weight.
Love the Shader just wish you did not have such a washed out look over all. Have a look at Edi’s Shader or Conquest of the Sun and see how the textures/blocks are more lively. Even and option to do this would be amazing.
You keep talking about higher electricity costs. My electricity costs are 0$. 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.
Dette er den enkle versjonen av en svært komplisert gruveprosess, du bør vite alt om hele gruveprosessen og fortsett videre. Jo raskere maskinvaren blir, jo mer er sjansene dine for å vinne bitcoins. Og de tilbyr gratis bitcoins å prøve ut! Det er en januar salg i øyeblikket så ta deg selv en høyt nivå gruve! Med disse tjenestene betaler du bare transaksjonsavgift én gang, i stedet for hver gang du krever bitcoins fra en kran. Hvert nettsted har i det minste gjort to gyldige transaksjoner og bestått kvalitetskriteriene. Hva trenger du for å få gratis bitcoins?
Bitcoin Difficulty – Since the Bitcoin network is designed to produce a constant amount of Bitcoins every 10 minutes, the difficulty of solving the mathematical problems has to increase in order to adjust to the network’s Hash Rate increase. Basically this means that the more miners that join, the harder it gets to actually mine Bitcoins.
I thought I’d see a well-done article, covering the basics, ESPECIALLY hashes per watts in a table… that thing is ESSENTIAL whenever you use the word “efficient” when talking about mining cryptocurrencies!

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