“Ethereum Mining Rig für Dummies”

“Ethereum Mining Rig für Dummies”

Figure. This picture explain the input of the hash function must be manipulated to generate a hash result of specified difficulty. The difficulty is a pattern of easy comparison, in this case, the hash result is less than 100.
Zugleich sinkt die tägliche Rate, mit der neue Ether entstehen. Im Januar und Februar haben die Miner noch rund 30.000 Ether am Tag erschaffen. Heute sind es nur noch etwa 27.500. Wenn die Blöcke langsamer fallen, entstehen auch weniger Ether am Tag. Ist klar.
Dear rufio88, I’m experiencing a problem that showed up today, after an unwanted windows update (that I was stopping for about 3 weeks), my mining rig slowed down a 35% in hash rate. I have windows 10. Are you or anyone else you know having the same problem ?
Where I think there is confusion however, is that there is a belief that somehow ‘faster hashing == better’. I don’t think that’s the case at all assuming the PoW algo is sequential memory hard. In fact that would allow for better overall network security as it would distribute hashing power more evenly across a range of varied devices including phones and tablets. (particularly so in the context of a PoS/PoW hybrid situation, which would partially solve the issue of botnets/aws/digital ocean centralization).
Once installed, run the program and wait as the program will run a quick scan to detect your hardware and install software. Once this is complete, enter your bitcoin address in the top. This is important otherwise you will not get paid. Once you’ve inputted your bitcoin address, click on the benchmark button and start the scan. Once this is done you’re ready to start mining.
All computers are not created equal when dealing with massively parallel processing : either you’ve got a supercomputer with a great number of CPUs, or you create a very customized device…like an ASIC. Third solution : use your GPU, or even better : build a computer with several GPUs !
The current intent at Ethereum is to use a mining algorithm where miners are required to fetch random data from the state, compute some randomly selected transactions from the last N blocks in the blockchain, and return the hash of the result. This has two important benefits. First, Ethereum contracts can include any kind of computation, so an Ethereum ASIC would essentially be an ASIC for general computation – ie. a better CPU. Second, mining requires access to the entire blockchain, forcing miners to store the entire blockchain and at least be capable of verifying every transaction. […] one notably interesting feature of this algorithm is that it allows anyone to “poison the well”, by introducing a large number of contracts into the blockchain specifically designed to stymie certain ASICs.
Alle Ethereum Coins beziehungsweise Ether werden also durch Mining hergestellt. Durch bereitgestellte Rechenleistung erhält der Miner Ether als Belohnung. Das Minen von Kryptowährungen wie Ethereum hat sich in den letzten Jahren als äußerst lukrativ erwiesen.
Until recently Ethereum, which is believed to be Bitcoin 2.0, specifically designed it’s Ethash as Memory Hardness Algorithm to make ASIC hardware based solution impractical; subsequently, Ethash has made GPU-based mining profitable again. Also, adding to the miner incentive, the Ethereum trading price has enjoyed some significant growth. Ethereum not only shows it’s profitability but also the Ethereum trading liquidity as a popular cryptocurrency for the future.
The next coin to embrace GPU mining is going to do quite well I think. Since Ethereum is ready to launch in the next months the stars have aligned in that it is launching at a time coincident with the rolling out of the first wave of Scrypt ASICs. If it becomes GPU minable it will have an instant support network of well oiled GPU transaction processors eager to switch to a more profitable network. Since Ethereum is also a revolution to the 1.0 cryptos this instant acceptance by large amounts of processors should only serve to assist it in its adoption and notoriety in a bitcoin-centric environment. It was this phenomenon that gave legs to the non-revolutionary Litecoin.
Ich bin der Ansicht, dass man nur mit PoW ein wirklich dezentrales System erreichen kann, allerdings mit Algorithmen, die so weit wie möglich ASIC resistent sind und möglichst vieler Hardware ermöglichen am System teilzunehmen, wie z.B. Cuckoo Cycle (welcher auch weitgehend Poolresistent ist). Das war eigentlich auch die Idee von Bitcoin, dass jeder Nutzer (Node) nebenher mit seinem PC mined. Aber ich bin gespannt auf die weitere Entwicklung von Ethereum, denn wenn es funktioniert und (unendlich) skaliert, wie es sich Vitalik vorstellt, ist er wahrlich ein Genie.
   ethdcrminer64.exe -epool etc-eu.suprnova.cc:3333 -ewal YourLogin.YourWorkerName -epsw x -esm 3 -dpool sia.suprnova.cc:7777 -dwal YourLogin.YourWorkerName -dpsw x -dcoin sia -allpools 1 -allcoins -1
It is possible that the Ethereum Platform will not be used by a large number of external businesses, individuals, and other organizations and that there will be limited public interest in the creation and development of distributed applications. Such a lack of interest could impact the development of the Ethereum Platform and potential uses of ETH. It cannot predict the success of its own development efforts or the efforts of other third parties.
The SSD is on it’s on SATA power connections. There are two additional SATA power cables plugged into the PSU, with 2x GPU’s on each SATA power cable connected to the 6pin to SATA cable from the powered risers. The powered risers are connected from USB on riser to either a 1x or 16x PCIe slot on the motherboard. Each GPU has a dedicated power line going to the PSU.
I though that developing Ethereum ASIC would be unprofitable because of their plans to switch to PoS, but it seems like Bitmain has calculated otherwise. Maybe it will be usable to mine other coins with the same algorithm. But since it won’t be able to mine all GPU algorithms, GPU mining will still be around for a long time, so if this ASIC will take over ETH mining, current ETH miners will just switch to other coins.
There are two types of mining hardware: CPUs and GPUs. GPUs boast a higher hash rate, meaning they can guess puzzle answers more quickly. At time of writing, GPUs are now the only option for ether miners.
Once you start mining, if you find a block ethminer will output a smiley face and say “Block submitted and accepted!” and geth will output “Mined block #xxxxx”. You might also see geth say “Mined stale block #xxxxx”. Unlike other coins you could mine, stale blocks are actually worth something, so if you see stales that just means someone found the block before you did (but you still contributed). You’ll still receive a partial block reward in this case.
   You can see current Decred intensity coefficients in detailed statistics (“s” key). So if you set “-dcri 50” but Decred/Siacoin intensity coefficient is 20% it means that GPU currently mines Decred/Siacoin at “-dcri 10”.
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?
That would be if you are in Europe as you see from -epool and -dpool addresses. Always chose the pool that is closes to you to reduce the ping/latency. It can be found under “Help” section of Nanopool, all different pool addresses are listed there and chose the one on your Continent.
The Titan Xp can be overclocked to 42 MH/s, but it will consume 300 W when pushed that hard. It achieves an excellent hash rate without too much expenditure of power. Meanwhile, its top-end AMD rival, the RX Vega 64, achieves a very similar performance for about half the price.

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