“Ethereum Mining Auszahlungen”

“Ethereum Mining Auszahlungen”

My brief look into Ethereum mining performance was interesting, but I have to say this whole mining craze just doesn’t get me excited. But that doesn’t matter, the idea was to give you an idea how GPUs compare and how they should compare well into the future as well.
On the GPU side, we are going to use the Claymore miner. Claymore has a long-standing reputation for optimizing miners and this miner speaks for it. It improves the hashing rate considerably and that is why we are going to take the time to download and use this miner as well. The genoil miner only works for pool mining and with AMD graphic cards. This miner charges a 2.5% developer fee. Every hour the miner mines for the developer during 90 seconds. However, the performance increase is well worth the fee charged. If you don’t agree with the dev feem, don’t use this miner
Although the merit of these approaches can be debated, ultimately these figures are not as important as the ones that detail what is required to make an ASIC work. If an ASIC requires highly stable power supply, then the power supply circuitry on a board may be more expensive than for another ASIC. If the ASIC has a complex communications protocol, additional relatively expensive components may be required. If an ASIC’s die is large, fewer (rectangular slices) can be obtained from a (circular) wafer, defects affect its design dispropotionately, and cooling solutions are generally more complex compared to smaller die chips which in turn have other overhead. Chips with a BGA design are less simple to integrate than a QFN, requiring more expensive (inspection and testing) equipment.
@joeysteel – Ethereum isn’t being build with the purpose of giving miners a chance to make 150x on returns when Ether gets listed on markets, nor is it build to to give GPU owners a way to redirect their processing power to Ethereum because ASICs stole their lunch.
Vitalik Buterin, the creator of Ethereum, announced earlier this year that the Ethereum network is going to switch from a proof-of-work to a proof-of-stake framework to confirm transactions. With a proof-of-stake system, holders of Ethereum stake coins by putting them up as collateral to validate transactions. This means that miners will soon be obsolete.
It would take a lot of money and research to develop a new ASIC mining unit for Ethereum. Even though the altcoin’s algorithm is not ASIC-resistant by any means, there is no reason for companies such as Bitmain to explore ASIC ventures in the Ethereum ecosystem. That’s because there is a very real chance that Ethereum will switch to proof-of-stake in the near future, which would render any real mining efforts completely obsolete. When the switch to PoS will occur exactly has yet to be determined, though.
Das Bitcoin-Netzwerk hat eine globale Blockschwierigkeit. Gültige Blöcke müssen einen Hash unterhalb dieses Ziels haben. Bitcoin-Mining-Pools haben auch eine pool-spezifische Anteils-Schwierigkeit, die für Anteile eine Untergrenze festlegt.
This guide shows you the basics of solo mining, it should give you a good idea of how everything is connected, if you would like to use a mining pool instead you can try our How to connect to an Ethereum mining pool guide.
Ethereum is mined just by using the memory of your GPU, so the GPU’s core is almost not affected by  the ethereum mining at all. This gives a possibility to utilize the GPU core for mining some other coins in the same time as you mine ethereum without affecting its hashrate. Of course if you would mine the dual coin at full potency, it would affect the ethereum hashrate, that’s why we will need to optimize the intensity of the dual coin, lowering it at such degree that it’s not affecting the ethereum hashrate.
The AMD Radeon RX 580 is one of the very best GPUs for mining, and in fact is a bit of a victim of its own success, as it can sometimes be difficult to find. However, its popularity is warranted, as it offers an excellent hash rate of 29 mh/s, while also keeping the electricity consumption low as well. It’s also cheaper than the GTX 1070, and if you don’t mind tweaking a few settings, you’ll be very pleased with this card’s mining performance.
Keep in mind, though, the mining world is a whirlwind of change. The tools that you pick up today might be obsolete next year, and some mining pools might fall away while others emerge, so it’s worth keeping aware of industry shifts.
   You can also specify negative values if you don’t want to restart miner due to pool connection issues; for example, “-minspeed -50” will restart miner only if it cannot reach 50Mh/s at good pool connection.
To run your mining rig you only need about a 60gb hard drive which you should get as a solid state drive. This will allow the OS to run smoothly and prevent drive failures. If you plan on mining without a pool you’ll want to get a larger hard drive to download the entire blockchain (~10gb+) but we highly recommend using a mining pool.
Hi, You don’t need any kind of extra PSU and the PSU does not matter.. For FTW you need extra Splitter which you can find here – http://www.parallelminer.com/product/18awg-pci-e-6pin-to-dual-8-pin-y-splitter-extension-cable-2x-62pin-cable-6in-each-side/
Create a tradeable digital token that can be used as a currency, a representation of an asset, a virtual share, a proof of membership or anything at all. These tokens use a standard coin API so your contract will be automatically compatible with any wallet, other contract or exchange also using this standard.
Ethereum is primarily mined with normal computer graphic card GPUs. That’s right, all you have to do is strap a bunch of NVIDIA or AMD  graphics cards together and make some money (assuming you have cheap electricity).
Entsprechend unabhängig ist ihre Kursentwicklung. Bitcoins konnten im Sommer einen Kursanstieg auf mehr als 4.000 USD verbuchen und stellen mit knapp 80 Millionen Dollar, ca. 45 Prozent, den größten Anteil. Ether entspricht eigentlich der Währung einer Plattform und konnte sich mit mehr als 36 Millionen Dollar einen Anteil von immerhin knapp 21 Prozent sichern. Zu den bekanntesten unter den restlichen Kryptowährungen zählen Ripple, Litecoin, Bitcoin Cash, IOTA, Dash und NEM. Ihre Kapitalisierungen bewegen sich zwischen zehn und zwei Millionen Dollar.
can someone please for the love of all holy help me find the download for ethminer??!!!! the github site is total garbage and for the uninitiated cannot navigate or find what i need! i download what i think is the install file but when i run it it just opens a CMD!!!!
Once you have saved your setting the miner will start mining on your pool. It can take from a couple minutes to up to an hour for your full hash rate to show up on your pool. Now you can go to the Miner Status page and you will see how your miner is performing and if the connection is live, temps, hash rate, etc. If you also go to your Bitcoin Core mining pool you can see your status. You are now mining BTC.
Taking a look back at the Hashing Power vs Power Consumption directly compared to each other.  When looking at this graph make sure to pay attention to the power side as it is set to a x10 scale so that it’s easier to visualize the performance per watt aspect when mining.  Take the R9 390 as example the hash rate is 28.9MH/s and the chart shows 35 for the power draw, take the x10 scale and it’s really 350.  Just like a tachometer on car it’s to make for an easier to read visual.
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.
Ethereum is quite difficult to get mining on windows – although with a bit of help and following the tutorial below you can get it up and running and start your own ethereum mining project in 15 mins. We’re going to show you how to start mining Ethereum on your GPU and CPU with Windows 64 bit in this guide. You will to download two programs and need to have a decent GPU with more than 1GB of memory to get the most bang for your buck in terms of mining as Ethereum works on a memory hard hashing technique which GPU’s are best at.
Go to your EC2 console in AWS and change the zone to US East (N.Virginia). This zone happens to be the cheapest for the type of instance we’ll be using, and also contains a community AMI that has all the required mining libraries already installed for instant use.
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.
Always, always make sure you have a system in place for monitoring your fans and temperature, and you can check on these remotely. If you’re using Genoil, then the system will try and correct itself, and if you’re using ethOS, it will shut down a GPU if there is an overheat issue. However, not all miners are created equal, and if you’re not careful, you could burn your house down. This is one of the reasons why it’s so important to continuously monitor your rig and ensure that it runs stable within the first 24 hours. Also, bare in mind the heat fluctuations during summer and winter months as those few degrees difference can have a huge impact.
The thing is Ethereum is the cryptocurrency which is ASIC resistant; i.e you cannot mine it with any ASIC you will have to mine it with graphics cards. I have also inserted Amazon links as it may help you buy them.
Selbst die bereits verzögerte Eiszeit wird also noch später als geplant eintreffen. Zwar wird die Erhöhung von Schwierigkeit und Blockzeit vermutlich in den kommenden Monaten immer deutlicher zu sehen sein – doch zu wirklichen Funktionseinschränkungen wird es voraussichtlich nicht vor Frühling 2018 kommen.
The AMD Radeon RX 480 and Radeon RX 580 are solid performing cards.When the AMD Radeon RX 480 first came out it the prices started at $199 and for that you get around 24 MH/s of performance ether mining in stock form, but you can easily get that up to 25-27 MH/s if you wanted to mod the BIOS and dial the cards in. You can reduce the power usage in AMD Wattman to get the power draw on these cards well below the 150W TDP rating. The new AMD Radeon RX 580 uses more power and costs more than the Radeon RX 480, but it gets higher performance and many are able to get 29 MH/s per card at around 135 Watts of power when you do all the widely known power adjustments. No wonder the AMD Radeon RX 580/570 cards are all sold out.
While the ROI – Return on Investment can go past a year for the Ethereum mining GPUs that have been mentioned above, it can be reduced if you opt to use more than one GPU. You will not get much by using just one video card to mine, and so deciding to purchase more than one GPU will be the best thing to do. But before you fully venture into that, you should also make yourself aware of the profit your mining rig will bring as well as the amount of money that you will spend on the energy.
Although not as potentially powerful as an ASIC, GPUs are more flexible in their application. The GPU is the Graphics Processing Unit. It’s the chip on your graphics card that does repetitive calculations, often for processing graphics. While we’ll discuss the use of GPUs in mining, they’re often used in gaming computers for “smooth decoding and rendering of 3D animations and video.”
Note that I’m using nanopool.org as the mining pool here. It’s a fairly typical ETH pool that seems to have good reliability, but feel free to pick your own pool. Most don’t require registration, and simply payout to whatever wallet address you supply whenever a certain threshold is met (usually whenever you accumulate 1+ ETH). Assuming you stick with Nanopool, you’ll be able to check on your miner’s status by going to this URL after you start mining: https://eth.nanopool.org/account/[YOUR WALLET ADDRESS]
Therefore, when you go out to look for the best mining GPU you can find, you should think about the memory the GPU features, as well as its power needs and cost. It’s important to consider the GPUs value, because when you start mining for Bitcoin or Ethereum, you won’t be yielding large amounts of cryptocurrency to start. You should therefore try to mitigate your initial costs as much as possible to maximise your profits and start making your initial investment back as soon as possible.
all these ‘experts’ on here saying you could never produce an asic because it relies on memory don’t know what they’re talking about. You can design the circuit and asic to utilise whatever kind of memory is optimum. If you want large amounts of memory there are cheaper memory parts out there than the kind used in GPU cards (which are the most expensive) and if you want faster memory bandwidth then with asics you can have multiple busses, or very large busses to give you the bandwidth you need. So YES, an asic is not only possible but it would be faster than GPUs… But would it be economically viable? is it worth doing? (no!.. because PoS is coming)

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