“Ethereum Mining-Anforderungen”

“Ethereum Mining-Anforderungen”

   EthDcrMiner64.exe -epool us1.ethpool.org:3333 -ewal 0xD69af2A796A737A103F12d2f0BCC563a13900E6F.YourWorkerName -epsw x -dpool “http://siamining.com:9980/miner/header?address=3be0304dee313515cf401b8593a0c1df905ed13f0adaee89a8d7337d2ba8209e5ca9f297bbc2&worker=YourWorkerName” -dcoin sia
To understand that, you need to understand that Ethereum has two parts. Like Bitcoin, Ethereum is a cryptocurrency. (Technically, the cryptocurrency is called “Ether,” but a lot of people refer to it as “Ethereum.”) Currently, Ethereum has the second highest market cap of any cryptocurrency (behind Bitcoin), and its price has been rising very quickly. In January 2017, 1 Ether was worth about $10. In June, it reached nearly $400. Obviously, that kind of rise is going to attract attention.
Well, gpuboss.com helps a lot. Take into account the Bitcoin mining performance shown by Gpuboss for each GPU : it’s not an absolute answer to our question (since Bitcoin neither use Equihash nor Dagger-Hashimoto but SHA-256) yet it’s guiding you in the right direction. Try not to focus on hashrates found on forums : those numbers depend on too many factors (mining software and its parameters, exact GPU version, driver version, overclocking, downclocking, etc). Pay attention to the power consumption in charge. You can get it from tests available on the Internet. If not, use constructors’ indicator called TDP (Thermal Design Power), which may allow you to compare the GPUs you’ve selected.  Then, find the lowest price.
How far will the cryptocurrency madness go? While the number of different coin varieties is always increasing, only a handful have attained enough market capitalization to be truly viable. Ethereum, a blockchain-based distributed computing platform, and its associated token, ether, is one of the most popular.
Once MinerGate has finished setup, it will place a shortcut on your desktop. Click ‘Finish’ to launch the program automatically. Once MinerGate launches click ‘Create Account’ at the top right. Enter both your email address and password. Make a note of both of these as you’ll need them to be able to access any mined funds. Next click ‘Register’.
   For systems with more than 10 GPUs: use letters to specify indexes more than 9, for example, “a” means index 10, “b” means index 11, etc; also “a”, “b”, and “c” keys allow you to turn on/off GPU #10, #11 and #12 in runtime.
More nodes does not increase the ability to handle traffick on any of the existing coins. Mining doesnt ‘add value’ in any other way than helping secure the network, and solving the problem of issuance. (As PoS issuance is effectively not issuance, it is evenly distributed over existing users)
Yes you won’t get everything initially. I wanted to sell this program first for little donation but over time it started to look like a worse idea. The main issue was that noone want to buy some random program which claims to do xy.
HASH RATE – as described before, Linux is not EFFICIENT and you will not get the same hash rate as on Windows, for example the exact same settings on a GPU on Linux would give you 28.8 MH/s and on Windows you will get 29.3 MH/s.
The calculations neglect the electricity used by the other computer components, but these are usually negligible, especially if you have multiple GPUs in a single rig. In my case, I am mining with multiple RX480s, and expect to generate around $200 a month. Since all the equipment cost me $2000, I will break even after ten months, and make $400 profit or 20% by the end of the year.
Without any doubt, the market for Bitcoin mining has been dominated by two major brands; the Avalon and the Antminer. The Avalon 7 is one of the latest that this company has released to the market and perfectly fit in the tag of best Bitcoin mining hardware. It gives a performance at par with its main market competitors although at a lower price and can still be used as a best Litecon mining hardware too. It was released to the market in the last month of 2016 and has a hash rate of 6 TH/s. Both its power consumption and power efficiency are 850-1000W and 0.29 J/GH respectively. This mining rig can produce 0.14 bitcoins in one month.
so this “long lasting ecosystem through the development of a inclusive community of entrepreneurs, developers and investors” … excludes me because I’m not an “investor” with cash upfront? or because the time I spend developing goes to… I don’t know, paying my rent?
Depending on where you live the cost of electricity could potentially disqualify you from profiting from mining at home at any rate. The hardware used for mining consumes vast amounts of electricity so if your electrical costs are high you might end up spending more in electricity than you’ll ever make back in Ether from your mining efforts.
  However, my miners are closed-source so I cannot prove that they are not viruses. If you think that I write viruses instead of good miners – do not use this miner, or at least use it on systems without any valuable data.
However, being a tech enthusiast and a believer in disruptions, I truly believe there’s a bright future for cryptocurrencies. If I’m right, the current rise in Bitcoin and Ethereum is just the start. And one coin might be worth 100x its price today, which might justify mining it today.
Talk about big, bad and beautiful, not to mention cool. I considered mining for a short period of time, but I didn’t go to the darkside. Gaming with my GPU in the 30’s and 40’s took some time to get used to.
The ratio you want to keep low is your USD/Mh/s since this directly reflects how long it will take to pay back your initial investment. I try to stay well below $10/Mh/s but if you don’t mind the risk you can go for it even if you are above this. Most stores are price gouging like crazy at the moment, charging $300+ for rx570s and similar mining cards that were $200 a few weeks ago, so if you choose to buy a card at these inflated prices first congratulate yourself on finding one that is in stock since sold out everywhere, then accept that it may not generate much profit before it is obsolete for mining and carry on with that knowledge.
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Even though only AMD and NVIDIA design GPUs, many companies such as ASUS. EVGA. and Gigabyte manufacture and resell GPUs. This creates competition. and prevent a single entity from controlling the market.
To reduce the risk of the adventure, like everyone at that time, we started out by utilizing the gaming GPU to reach a profitable hashrate (to be explained later). The profitability is measured by how much coin value that you generated against how much electricity that you paid. If the coin value is higher then the cost of electricity, you are in a profitable mining business, excluding the initial equipment cost. The original Bitcoin hashing algorithm (SHA256), performing a complex but fixed sequence of operation can be replaced by ASIC (Application Specific Integrated Circuit) dedicated hardware. The computation speed and power efficiency of ASIC essentially killed the profitability of using GPU based mining quickly. In order to stay in the Bitcoin mining game, Adafruit’s instruction to build a Raspberry Pi Bitcoin Miner, which can hash at 2 GH/s with extremely low power consumption (see the following picture), will keep mining alive for a little longer.
So the library has to be accessible, and then the way the algorithm works is by calling a 128 byte “page” out of that 2gb library. Well it doesn’t call them sequentially, it’s at a seemingly random order, and it also calls it a total of 64 times, before mixing it and then comparing it to the current nonce.

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