“Ethereum Mining-Pool-Adresse”

“Ethereum Mining-Pool-Adresse”

While the initial investment for a home mining setup can run into the thousands if you don’t already have a suitable computer, many people would rather have the benefit of owning their own hardware so they can be in full control of it. You don’t have to worry about what happens to what your investments reaching $0, because you can always sell our re-purpose the hardware. In addition you don’t have to trust an external provider with the hardware, you know exactly what your hardware is doing at all times.
some motherboards like the Z170 which are used for Gaming have 6 PCI-E inputs, but if you connect all 6 of them and you have an Integrated GPU enabled on your rig, it probably won’t start or it will give you a poor performance. That is an error on your motherboard, and you have to disable the Integrated GPU to make the rig work, and that is not a good option. And it will for sure cause problems.
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In addition, this is impossible to reverse engineering the content to produce the same hash value, as if modifying the content enough to fake the hash value. This is the beauty of the Cryptographic Hash Function; even if you changed a single character, the hash value will be changed so significantly such that you have no way to control the changes.
As the price of Ethereum hovers around $300, you may be wondering to yourself whether or not it’s worthwhile to begin mining. Like Bitcoin, Ethereum is a proof-of-work coin that uses miners to confirm network transactions. The profitability of mining varies from person to person and changes over time – usually becoming less profitable as the coin matures.
Without any doubt, the market for Bitcoin mining has been dominated by two major brands; the Avalon and the Antminer. The Avalon 7 is one of the latest that this company has released to the market and perfectly fit in the tag of best Bitcoin mining hardware. It gives a performance at par with its main market competitors although at a lower price and can still be used as a best Litecon mining hardware too. It was released to the market in the last month of 2016 and has a hash rate of 6 TH/s. Both its power consumption and power efficiency are 850-1000W and 0.29 J/GH respectively. This mining rig can produce 0.14 bitcoins in one month.
Apart from the main components, you will also need GPU risers. I’d recommend getting USB powered 1x to 16x risers, which you can get from Amazon, for a few dollars. With some motherboard models, you will need to short some pins for the motherboard to recognize the riser. You can find a list of these here.
Wenn es nach dir dann geht, hat bisher jeder also Verluste mit dem Minen …Wenn es nach dir dann geht, hat bisher jeder also Verluste mit dem Minen gemacht?… Auch wenn die Difficulty steigt, so muss man bedenken das es nicht einfach von Heute auf Morgen so Stark Passiert, man kann selbst wenn man diese mit einbezieht locker ein dicken Gewinn mitnehmen, sofern die Hardware nicht zu Teuer ist und der Preis Stabil bleibt.wenn man die derzeitige Difficulty von 870 auf 970 erhöht, wären das statt 316$ nur noch 283$, das wären grade mal 33$ weniger, selbst wenn er von 870 auf 1200 steigt, würde er mit 2 RX 480 immer noch 200€ im Monat machen bis so was passiert dauert das locker 6-7 Monate, wenn nicht länger, zumal die Difficulty nicht nur steigt, sondern auch immer mal wieder runter geht.Ein Mining rig ist nicht Zeitaufwendig, er Läuft ja von selbst sobald er 1 mal eingerichtet ist und das ist Leicht. Bevor die Stromkosten den Gewinn auffressen kann man damit ja aufhören ist ja nicht so das man es weiter machen muss und kann wenn es sich nicht mehr Lohnt die Hardware wieder Verkaufen, macht man es richtig, bekommt man auch noch genug zurück, so das man den Einkaufspreis Teilweise wieder zurück hat, zudem guckt man mal alle 3-4 Tage in den Market Capitalizations und weiß wie es um den Markt steht und Verkauft etwa jede woche seine gesammelten Coins, außer man will darauf Spekulieren das er steigt.Natürlich ist es die mit unter einfachste und eigentlich sicherste und am wenigsten verlustbehaftete Methode Coins dann zu Kaufen wenn sie arg Günstig sind und die dann brach liegen lassen bis sie ein vermögen wert ist, ich habe das auch hinter mir, vielleicht nur mit 15€ eingestiegen damals(Aus Fun) in Dogecoin, aber mit 200€ rausgegangen und das nach kurzer zeit, einige sind damals wie Heute bei so welchen Explosionen natürlich reicht damit geworden, da geht es um Hunderttausend, teilweise Millionen Beträge, aber so was muss man erst mal riechen, es sind etwa 888 Coins am Markt, das ist nichts anderes als ein Glücksspiel, oder man Investiert sehr viel Zeit damit sich über den Markt zu Informieren.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 ja selbst Bitcoin kann das passieren, die macht der USA, Europa und China können dem ganz schnell ein ende bereiten.Weniger anzeigenMehr anzeigen
After that, you should see a list of projects on the right hand side. Find ‘ethminer’, right click on the name, and select Build. This will build the project from source. You’re going to see hundreds of warnings pile up in the warnings box, but it should finish with “Build project succeeded”, and it should have zero errors. If it doesn’t say succeeded, and it has errors, something is wrong.
Before we go changing any values, if you haven’t run your miner at stock settings already for a few minutes to get a decent idea of its baseline performance, now is a good time to do that. Look for output along the lines of “ETH: GPU0 XX.XXX Mh/s” while Claymore’s miner is running. There will be some variance from line to line, but that XX.XXX number is the hash rate for that individual GPU. When you have a good idea of your average hash rate, close the miner—it’s time to start making some changes!
Now make 6 “New” profiles and name them gpu1, gpu2… gpu6 and each profile will represent the GPU it’s attached to, so for example, we are using the “-p1” GPU to the profile “gpu1” and so on. You need to make so many profiles as you have mining GPU’s (all GPU’s except the Integrated one)
A Radeon R9 HD 7990 will cost you $680. Its power cost per day is lower than the R9 295X2 at $1.08 but its hash rate is significantly lower at 36 MH/s. Its return per day is $1.29 while its cost per MH/s is $18.89, giving it a return per year of $469.40.
DDR3 is pretty slow for ETH mining, look at the GDDR5X it’s slower than GDDR5 and DDR3 is way slower for mining, but it would be probably cost effective with those DDR3, seems like DDR4 are too expensive that’s plus.
Die Optionen für Ether Cloud-Mining Verträge sind begrenzt. Wenn nichts auf der folgenden Liste Ihren Bedürfnissen entspricht, können Sie Bitcoin Cloud-Mining Verträge (siehe oben) kaufen und einfach die verdienten Bitcoins in Ether wechseln.
Mit dem Proof of Work Algorithmus ist es sehr schwer für einen Miner, den Beweis zu erbringen, dass ein Block korrekt ist und den Regeln des Blockchain Netzwerkes entspricht. Wird der Beweis jedoch durch Rechenleistung erbracht, ist es extrem leicht für andere Miner den Beweis nachzuprüfen, diesen zu bestätigen und zu verifizieren.
The original funding of is the reward of mining. The miner provides the computational power in the form of electricity consumption, to produce the hash value (signature) to a Block. The effort of finding the correct hash value is also known as Proof of Work. The miner who first successfully found the correct hash value will be reward with some number of coins. This is precisely the concept of mining which is rewarding the coins for solving the hash value problem, benefiting the Blockchain to advance in space and time.
Personally, I’ve found Claymore to be the strongest and best all round miner. It’s easy to set up, I’ve never had any issues with it, and it has a ton of added functionality (e.g. fan management), that I haven’t seen with other miners. It also has the bonus that it can mine two coins at once, which some people have found very useful to optimize their income. There have been reports of anywhere between 3 and 10 percent extra income.
Note that buying used cards from crypto miners is not recommended, due to the wear and tear mining places on cards. If you resell your card after it’s no longer useful for mining, you should mention that it was used for mining, then price it accordingly.
Pro-tips: check out the following GPU’s: AMD Rx 470/480 Rx 570/580, AMD R9 range, HD 7990 / 7950 (if used cards are available, try to get them from a gamer instead of a miner, with a warranty if possible).  For Nvidia, look at the 1060 / 1070 / 1080 series cards.  As with everything, do your own due diligence to evaluate GPU’s based on their hashrate, power requirements, availability and price. 
EthDcrMiner64.exe -epool stratum+tcp://daggerhashimoto.eu.nicehash.com:3353 -ewal 1LmMNkiEvjapn5PRY8A9wypcWJveRrRGWr -epsw x -esm 3 -allpools 1 -estale 0 -dpool stratum+tcp://decred.eu.nicehash.com:3354 -dwal 1LmMNkiEvjapn5PRY8A9wypcWJveRrRGWr
Due to the massive demand for Ethereum mining rigs you’ll see cards sold out at most retailers (Nvidia has even put out a statement about it). If you’re willing to pay a premium you can find them at a higher cost but we recommend finding the cards for their retail price. The GeForce 1070 is easier to find from our research.
I think the approach is wrong. It is based on competition instead of cooperation. The ones with the most hash power, most coins, or most memory gains more. Whatever the new requirement is, miners will adapt and change to gain an advantage.

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