“Ethereum Mining Guide für Anfänger”

“Ethereum Mining Guide für Anfänger”

Tombé dans une marmite remplie de MO5 étant petit, n’a plus quitté le monde des nouvelles technologies depuis cette époque. Spécialiste en tout ce qui est exotique, mais surtout stockage, virtualisation, chiffrement et Linux/BSD. Est resté bloqué au XXième siècle côté gaming : Doom et Duke Nukem 3D, tous les autres ne sont qu’erstaz. Rédacteur Tom’s Hardware France (anciennement Présence-PC) depuis 2005.
I have been following this article and built a machine using a Radeon RX460 (Gigabyte 4GB) on an Gigabyte GA-AM1M-S2H motherboard using a 460W PSU before trying a pico, and have installed all the relevant latest drivers.
And then once unlocked you can scroll down and see “Your Address” – this is your Ethereum Wallet address that we will use for mining.  Save it to a separate notepad text file and save it on your Desktop for easy access (Note: it’s okay to share this address as this is how people will send you Ether and how you will receive your mining payouts, but Never share your Private Key!).  
Mine altcoins like UBQ ETH ETC ZEC XMR. Here’s a hardware stack-up of mining rig components to consider while mining Ethereum-based altcoins. Items present have been specifically chosen to work together in order to simplify the task of building your mining rig.
Step 15 and 16 possible error: If you are not patient is “JSON-RPC problem. Probably couldn’t connect. Retrying in 1…” As you can see in the screenshot bellow this happens when you don’t have the blockchain synced yet.
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Your best bet is to find used 290s – best bang for the buck in my opinion. Since a lot of this will be about ROI, i’d buy used cards if I were you. That way, if you ever decide to get out of the game, you can resell the used cards, and your depreciation will be minimal compared to buying new graphics cards. But then again, it may take you some time to find used cards, since most of the miners have already bought them up.
Risers can be powered or unpowered. A riser is unpowered if it simply connects a GPU to a motherboard PCIe slot. A riser is powered if it additionally accepts power from the PSU (generally via a molex-type connector). Unpowered risers allow GPUs to receive up to 75 watts of power through the motherboard’s PCIe bus, just as if they were plugged in directly. Powered risers will take that additional power directly from the PSU instead, bypassing the motherboard.
Disclosure: Mining equipment metrics are calculated based on a network hash rate of 231,675 GH/s and using a ETH – USD exchange rate of 1 ETH = $ 713.06. These figures vary based on the total network hash rate and on the ETH to USD conversion rate. Equipment cost can vary, block reward is fixed at 3 ETH and future block reward reductions are not taken into account. The electricity price used in generating these metrics is $ 0.12 per kWh. Network hash rate varies over time, this is just an estimation based on current values.
If you have assembled this mining rig you will be able to mine Ethereum. Not only Ethereum but also other crypto coins like Zcash, Dubai Coin, Litecoin, Bitcoin, Monero, Etc. There are numerous coins that are available for mining.
Flickr Hive Mind is a data mining tool for the Flickr database of photography. Flickr Hive Mind is a search engine as well as an experiment in the power of Folksonomies. All thumbnail images come directly from Flickr, none are stored on Flickr Hive Mind. These photos are bound by the copyright and license of their owners, the thumbnail links take to you to the photos (as well as their copyright and license details) within Flickr. Because some other search engines (Google, etc.) index parts of Flickr Hive Mind, you may have been led here from one of them. Welcome to Flickr Hive Mind, almost certainly the best search engine for photography on the web. If you are a Flickr user and use Flickr Stats you may have seen people being led to your photos via Flickr Hive Mind (as a Referrer). Flickr requires that I inform you that Flickr Hive Mind uses the Flickr API, but is neither endorsed nor certified by them. There are literally hundreds of other web tools built around the Flickr API, see Flickr Bits for a bunch of examples. If you are unhappy with your photos’ presence on this site, you can (a) make your photos private for yourself, friends, and family. These settings will be instantly honored by Flickr Hive Mind and all other API-driven applications. (b) Hide your photos globally from text and tag searches on 3rd party sites that use the Flickr API, via your preference settings on Flickr. See the privacy tab at: https://flickr.com/account/. To also remove yourself from searches for specific user names, you will need to set your Flickr profile to be hidden from searches. Flickr has finally created a single page with all these settings, this is much easier to do now and is the preferred method – it will shut down all API driven sites. Google has a bad habit of keeping out-of-date links and thumbnails in their search results, I can try to help you remove them. (c) Finally, you can Banish Yourself From Flickr Hive Mind. To banish yourself from Flickr Hive Mind, you must first authenticate to Flickr, which lets Flickr Hive Mind identify who you are. This is necessary to make sure you are the user in question, and also because people use such crazy characters in their Flickr user names. You can revoke access when finished. Once logged in, come back to this area and there will be a link to banish you. If there are any problems email me at nosflickrhivemind … at … fiveprime … dot … org. (a few people with weird characters in their user names may have had problems)
i’m mining ETH and ETC for about 8 months now…and there was some period where ETH was low on price…but still i managed to cover my electricity bill…i’m paying around 180$ for elec…so at this price of ETH + DCR is very profitable to mine…around $10k/year…minus $2600 electricity cost’s…it’s still +$7k profit…this is half of my year’s sallary…
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.
The first way is mining Ethereum via Cloud Mining, “this is an excellent solution for beginners” Cloud Mining is the process of cryptocurrencies mining utilizing a datacenter with shared processing power. This type of cloud mining enables users to mine Ethereum or alternative cryptocurrencies without managing the hardware.This type of mining does not involve any major investment and does not require large amounts of hardware and power.
Case – Coolermaster RC-942-KKN1 HAF X 942 USB3.0 Case. $179. Hard to get now. 14.35 kg 230 (W) x 599 (H) x 550 mm (D), 1 x 230 mm fan, 1 x 200 mm fan, 1 x 140 mm fan. The 200 mm fans move about 100 cubic feet of air per minute.

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