“Ethern Bergbau Australien”

“Ethern Bergbau Australien”

Du kannst statt in den Fond doch auch direkt in die entsprechende Kryptoiwährung investieren, ohne sie zu minen. Brauchst halt ne wallet. Ist aber definitiv ein höheres Risiko als die volatilsten Fonds…
Even if this is true , Why you guys think it will kill GPU mining on ethereum ? . There is no information on how much hashrate those things will give and how much they will cost . I bet that the ratio between those ASIC and the current rigs we have will not be much . And even if that is not  the case , There is always another coin that will take ETH place as number 1 option for GPU mining .
While it does take a fee from your mining, it’s GUI is quick and simple to use and once install you can be mining instantaneously. It also has some challenges that encourage you to mine, and if you’re an absolute beginner, then the simplicity of this software will have you jumping for joy. If simplicity is something you prefer, then NiceHash is also a very solid option.
Motherboard – ASRock H170 Pro4/D3 Intel H170 S1151/4xDDR3/2xPCIEx16/HDMI/DVI/USB3.0/ATX Motherboard. $145. This motherboard has 2x PCIe 3.0×16 and 3x PCIe 3.0×1, takes socket 1151 Intel 6th generation CPU and dual Channel DDR3/DDR3L 1866(OC) RAM. This motherboard only has 2 PCIe 3.0 x 16 slots which are too close together, so choose a better motherboard if you can.
I seem to remember earlier posts on Ethereum stating something to the effect that both CPU & GPU mining were going to be possible, with GPU maybe being slightly more efficient. To me that was awesome, that at least on some level i would be able to participate.
Now you need a place to store the Ethereum you are going to mine so you have to make a wallet. I recommend Mist if this is your first time. There are command line utilities available too, but Mist has a nice GUI and there are a bunch of guides on how to make a wallet and get your address.
Geth needs to link up with the network before anything becomes fully operational. Type ‘geth —rpc’ in the terminal and then press enter (you should be used to this by now), this action starts the download of Ethereum’s blockchain and synchronizing with the global network. This process is time intensive and is dependent on how large the blockchain is currently and the speed of your internet connection. Make sure you wait until the completion of this process before mining.
MIner de L’Ether et du Siacoin en Dual Mining avec claymore, gagner entre 3 à 5€ par jour avec le mining si vous avez une carte graphique récente Introduction Le minage d’Ethereum a pas mal évolué en peu de temps, et il y a eu beaucoup de questions dans les commentaires sur les précédents tutos. Si je
Now after Windows is setup properly, download a tool called DDU,   That tool will uninstall your current driver and block Windows from automatically installing GPU drivers. That’s important so that Windows does not install an outdated driver! It will ask you to run in “safe mode” but that is not necessary. When you run the program just click on “Clean and restart”.
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Step 4: Command Prompt is now open – and can look terrifying to people who aren’t familiar with it. The Command Prompt box usually has C:\Users\Username> showing in it – where Username is your username – so if you log into your computer with the username cryptocompare then the command prompt box will open with C:\Users\cryptocompare>. You need to tell the computer to look in another place Type cd / into the newly opened command prompt. You should now see “C:\>”, You have just used the cd command or “change directory” command to make command prompt look at the C:/ drive.
About a week ago I was hunting for a few Radeon cards for a project, specifically a second Nitro+ RX 570 for a crossfire comparison, needless to say I couldn’t find one and gave up.  A friend of mine said he was looking for a second RX 480 for his setup and that he couldn’t find one outside of crazy high prices, chalked that up to EOL on the RX 480s and told him to snag a similar RX 580.  He couldn’t find one of those either.  Thinking he just didn’t know how to search, since he’s not very computer savvy, I decided to help out.  That’s when things got interestingly and eerily similar to searching for a Radeon card in late 2013 – early 2014 back when I was deep into Litecoin and Feathercoin mining.  Then I came across Ethereum and everything became clear.  While I’m not going to pretend to be an expert on Ethereum I am no stranger to the world of crypto currencies. Having spent months on end tweaking GPU bat files for LTC and FTC while setting up ASIC miners for BTC, I decided to jump in on this one to see what the craze was all about!

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