“Ethereum Mining Jaxx”

“Ethereum Mining Jaxx”

Well lot of information in this article. I also want to start ethereum mining can any one suggest me good graphics card and also I google it and found this site http://www.thecryptomining.info/2017/03/best-hardware-for-ethereum-mining.html can i use these graphics card at that moment.
OK, so that sounds like a pretty serious error, the card is halting its mining operation for some reason. It could be overheating or experiencing some other kind of hardware or software error. Can you find the log file? Reading it would probably reveal why the card is giving problems. I believe adding the “-dbg 1” switch will create a log file which will help for troubleshooting.
If you’re building a dedicated mining rig, then you probably want your mining rig to boot up and start mining automatically, without any user intervention. We’ll need to enable auto-login for that to be possible.
Claymore software has a fixed fee of 1% when you are mining ethereum or 2% fee when you are mining decred. There are various problems that can happen due to the way the Fee is working. The fee works in a way that each hour you will be disconnected from your mining process and for about 1-2 minutes, you will mine for the Claymore developers. After that it will connect you again to your pool and start the mining again. By constant disconnecting and reconnecting each hour your GPU cools down and then heats up again, and by doing that you are risking the life of your GPU’s. I heard from many people that after some time one of the GPU’s would reset to the default clock settings because of the constant disconnecting/reconnecting or it would “hang” and crash the miner or cause it to recreate the DAG file, and you end up losing valuable time with that. Claymore is a really cool software and I think there could be a better way to support the developers, rather than risking our own miner stability. By using the official Claymore I lost about 3% of my shares compared to using the Claymore without the Developer Fee, everyone can try it for themselves and see the difference.
Ethereum is an open blockchain platform similar to Bitcoin but with additional in-built flexibilities. With Ethereum, the blockchain can be considered to be intelligent thanks to the Ethereum Virtual Machine and Smart Contracts. Whereas with Bitcoin it’s a glorified ledger.
The Ethereum vision is the building of a long lasting ecosystem through the development of a inclusive community of entrepreneurs, developers and investors working together to build the future of applications on decentralized networks, making a profound societal, financial and even yes – cultural impact.
Next, open the Ethereum wallet and generate a new account and contract based wallet. This wallet will contain the payout address at which you’ll receive mining rewards from your pool or directly from the blockchain.
Inzwischen gehen Experten davon aus, dass es knapp 1.000 Kryptowährungen geben dürfte. Rund 700 von ihnen werden online gehandelt. Bitcoins, die wohl bekannteste unter ihnen, konnte im März 2016 erstmals einen höheren Wert verzeichnen, als eine Feinunze Gold. Die exakte Frage nach den Kurswerten lässt sich aufgrund der hohen Kursschwankungen wohl nur im Tagesgeschäft beantworten. Wer auf maximale Sicherheit im Leben setzt, für den ist an dieser Stelle GameOver. Für alle anderen gewinnt der Blick in die Zukunft, denn betrachtet man die Marktkapitalisierungen kann einem in Anbetracht der enormen Zahlen leicht schwindlig werden. Die Grundvoraussetzungen der diversen Währungen sind denkbar unterschiedlich.
MinerGate is your gateway to mining CryptoCurrencies easily, quickly and with no hassle – you don’t need to be an expert programmer – MinerGate will guide you through the process. Mining is an important part of any cryptocurrency’s ecosystem, it allows the maintenance of the network and it’s also a good way to use your computer to make money, but not everyone gets along with a command line terminal and not everyone can afford a powerful graphics card, so today we’re going to show you how to mine Ethereum and other Cryptocurrencies – the easy way!
A mining rig mines cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin and Ethereum. In basic terms mining rigs keep track of all transactions on cryptocurrencies to ensure security and accuracy. Every transaction is charge a “gas” fee to pay for the mining which goes to the miner.
The recent drop in Ethereum prices may have hurt quite a few investors betting on the rise of cryptocurrency—but the digital coin is still a boon to investors of semiconductor stocks Nvidia (nvda) and Advanced Micro Devices (AMD).
It would mean that I would have to personally persuade each person to send me a little donation and thats simply not worth those 5-10 dollars I initally wanted. Not at all. So I would take some of these developer fees which you wouldn’t get anyway.
-dcri   Decred/Siacoin/Lbry/Pascal intensity, or Ethereum fine-tuning value in ETH-only ASM mode. Default value is 30, you can adjust this value to get the best Decred/Siacoin/Lbry mining speed without reducing Ethereum mining speed.
Im Internet sich viele Anleitungen für das Ethereum-Mining. Wir wollen nicht die hundertste Kopie erstellen und verweisen daher auf die Anleitung von Heise online. Sie bietet einen einfachen Einstieg und danach kann sich jeder in die Feinheiten stürzten.
The R9 390 and 390X look great. They aren’t much slower than the Titan XP and 1080 Ti. The GTX 1080 tanks though and surprisingly the GTX 1070 is faster here, apparently this is down to an issue GDDR5X has when it comes to mining, despite offering more memory bandwidth it’s actually slower for mining, go figure.
Ethereum’s Ethash algorithm is one of many algorithms designed for optimal mining on GPUs. Generally speaking, a GPU is good for mining all GPU-mineable cryptocurrency (including Ethereum Classic, Monero, Zcash, and Vertcoin). This situation gives GPU miners enviable flexibility, in order to be able to switch between over 40 coins that are based on their current profitability.
Whatever the hardware, whatever the GPU : it will heat anyway, a lot. The processing units will be at almost 100% of charge 24/7, so a good cooling is needed. For example, a controlled and well dissipated GPU will – at least – end up with 170 ºF (75 C°). A desktop computer case ? No way. It’s all about airflow. You can add box fans if you want.
The initial price you pay will determine how long it takes for your card to pay for itself, based on your mining profits. This formula will pinpoint your Return on Investment (ROI): Coins earned minus electrical costs and other costs. The ROI is usually expressed in months. Prices should be considered rough indications, since they’re based on the current Amazon prices at the time of writing.
You can also use an overclocking utility like MSI Afterburner to manually set fan speeds to get cooler temperatures (this will wear out the fans faster than usual so you might have to replace them eventually).
Please advice if the second GPU (from previous post, GIGABYTE GeForce GTX 1070 G1 GAMING 8GB (GV-N1070G1 GAMING-8GD) would be a right choice for the rig or there are some differences that I may experience in overclocking/drivers, e.t.c.. Thanks in advance,
I see a lot of people are having this same problem. I believe that something must have changed in the new version of Claymore which is causing this error. Can you perhaps install an older version of Claymore?
Letztlich weiß man nie was abgeht, von Heute auf Morgen kann der Markt wieder zusammenbrechen, Bitcoin hat das schon Dutzende male hinter sich, daher sollte man ganz ganz vorsichtig sein bei so enorm hohen Preisen Coins einzukaufen, das kann ganz schnell mal nach hinten los gehen das er dann einbricht und sich vielleicht nie wieder erholt und ja selbst Bitcoin kann das passieren, die macht der USA, Europa und China können dem ganz schnell ein ende bereiten.
@Brips somebody else tested my CUDA miner on a GTX980 and the result wasn’t spectacular, roughly the same speed as OpenCL. On my todo list now first is getting the CMake config right, so you guys can build it for Ubuntu, and after that adding additional kernel tuning parameters so you can achieve maximum thread occupancy depending on the card you use.

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