“Ethereum Mining IOS”

“Ethereum Mining IOS”

Both Nanopool and Ethermine can run different software to hash for Ethereum. I recommend running Claymore Dual Miner which allows you to hash for both Ethereum, as well as an alternative currency. This is because Ethereum heavily relies on memory usage while the core processor sits idle. While dual mining, the memory of your video card will hash for Ethereum, and the core processor will hash for Decred or Siacoin as an example.
I can understand you not wanting a ton of scrypt coin mining rigs turned to Ethereum right away, but also consider that a big reason Scrypt took off was it gave former Bitcoin miners a new platform for their hardware after ASIC made GPU mining basically impossible. The same thing could be happening to scrypt soon, with a number of ASIC miners having been announced now.
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.
These are stock hash rates and stock power consumption.  There are many tweaks that can be done such as overclocking, lower the voltage, using different firmware and beta drivers.  Every card is different so you’ll have to find the sweet spot.
The easiest and quickest to get involved in is NiceHash. The NiceHash miner will automatically choose the best algorithm to hash, whether that’s Ethereum or something else, which pays out in bitcoin. To use NiceHash, simply visit the site and download the AMD or nVidia installer depending on what video card you have (note: some antivirus software picks up mining software as malicious files).
Rich Clarke- please add Rich Clarke to your dev team. If you are reading my post and wondering why I am recommending Rich Clarke be added to your dev team, please read his post above “Ode to GPU Mining”- he’s right on. And Rich, if you read this: thanks from a fellow lover of his GPU mining machines, for your thoughtful epistle. Perhaps X11 would be a good algo to start with and tweak? It sure mines nicely with GPUs and is certainly ASIC resistant…
Before any serious outlay of capital, further research into Ethereum’s prospects is warranted. While GPUs may be set to mining other coins and their costs partially recouped through resale, GPUs depreciate rapidly. This is especially true of cards put to the constant, intensive work of mining.
One more thing, the Geth terminal is super clunky. If you want to actually use it as a terminal you have to open another instance of the DOS terminal and type “geth attach”. This gives you another Geth window into which you can actually type the javascript API commands.
If you have problem with this and you think this modification is not ethical. I have to say if Claymore didn’t make milions dollars monthly of your 1-2% fees I would have agreed but in this case NO I don’t think this is problem.
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.
I reckon just try running Claymore and see what it says. I’m not up to date on Ethereum mining but I heard that the ETH blockchain has gotten too big to sync normally. I don’t know how miners are handling that but presumably some kind of pruning or other solution is used.
Years ago (spring of 2015) I had mined ETHEREUM (solo) using GETH in UBUNTU 14 and one time the mother board gave me some trouble so I had to change much newer MB ( may be too much newer one). After MB was changed the computer was not posting to C driver any more .Struggled many hours but at last I had to format the HD with about 250 ETH (all gone at present situation)remained inside and reinstalled GETH and in short time I lost all the interest in mining I completely abandoned my miner. At that time ETH was about only $1~2 some times 50 cents so I did not care much and left it alone all this years but I saved the HD in my draw and now it is worth 1/4 of million dollars now. Now I use TESTDISK in UBUNTU 14 and trying to go back to the state before the format to find the ETH. Please help me where I should look for (which folder which file if I can revival them) those accumulated 250 ETH exist. HOW I GET IT BACK.
In the early days of Bitcoin Core (BTC), mining used to be done using the CPU on your computer. Nowadays though as the amount of people mining has increased the difficulty of Bitcoin Core mining has also increased too. This high difficulty and hash rate has mostly been fueled by the introduction of ASIC mining chips. Bitcoin Core uses SHA-256 cryptographic hash function to secure the blocks and create the hash for each block. This encryption is what protects the transactions in the block from being altered.
GPU makers didn’t sign up to build machines that print money. But it turns out when you do make machines that can print money, people tend to buy them at a rate faster than you can make them! Right away, whether or not you did it on purpose.
We will note that your rig won’t have a power button so you’ll need to jump the power switch pins on the motherboard. We used a screw driver to tap the pins to start the rig, but you could also buy a power button.
ethpool has stopped accepting new miners for the moment (new wallet addresses), so that is why it is now rejecting new user connections. You can try solo mining as unfortunately we are not aware of an alternative pool available for the moment.
I am telling you right now that with the broad innovation that Ethereum brings to the table combined with an instant network of transaction processors eager to climb onboard would give Ethereum a fantastic start. Far better than building a new processing network. If you read my above post “Ode to GPU mining” you’ll see that GPU mining is and has shown to be very well distributed and provides excellent and accessible avenues for true enthusiasts to really contribute above and beyond average users who will probably care more about the functionality of Ethereum more than mining it.
AM200 Ethereum Miner delivers 230Mh/s at 1350W. It is one of the best Ethereum Mining equipment available on the market. ASIC Miner Market provides a web-based management of the miner for ease of use.  You can also mine Ethereum through a cloud mining contract with Hashflare or Genesis Mining. 
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10. If miner cannot generate DAG file, check environment variables (see Readme), check if your GPU has 3GB memory at least, and check if you have enough virtual memory (pagefile). If all this does not help, try to install more physical RAM.
It’s definitely possible to push efficiency even further. For example, you can fight for lower voltages, reducing power consumption at a given clock rate. But your success rate is going to be situational, and largely dependent on luck.
I would recommend EWBF miner for Zcash, but Claymore dual mining is just as good. Just in case anyone doesn’t know you can dual mine any coin you want, your not limited to just ETH and Decred or ETH and SIA. Just need to read the “Read Me” Text doc in your miners folder. I made a short explanation video, mind you I am not a top end Content creator… but should help..
Haha, gotcha! I’m not actually going to tell you how to install geth. That’s because they have pretty good Windows installation instructions on their project wiki, under the heading Building From Source. You’ll want to ignore step #1 (you’ve already got git, and you don’t need mercurial). Also, step #5 is likely to be the hardest and most error prone part. I’d follow this guide for setting your environment variables if you don’t know how. Note that after setting your environment variables, you’ll need to close and reopen any command prompts or PowerShells for those settings to take effect.
Every developer seeking to engage and make use of smart contracts on the Ethereum blockchain needs Ether to proceed. It is popularly called the fuel that runs Ethereum. It is a less expensive way of running transactions on the network when compared to buying Ether. You can also decide to sell your Ether after mining.
NANOPOOL – I use this pool to mine ethereum, and to monitor my rigs. At the part of -ewall after your ethereum adress you can put    “yourEthWallet.yourRigName/yourReportingEmailAddress” . That way nanopool will send you a email if one of your rigs goes offline. Also at nanopool website you can check your current hashrate of your rigs. If you see one rig reporting lower hashrate than it should you know something is wrong. Nanopool works very well as a monitoring tool.
Certain hashing algorithms are designed to prevent a massive ASIC advantage over GPU or CPU mining. However, the truth is an ASIC can be designed for any coin. It’s simply a matter of calculating how much money it would take to develop the ASIC, and how much your profits improve by doing so. For Bitcoin’s SHA-256 algorithm, an ASIC would increase your hash rate tremendously and Bitcoin’s price and transaction fees make it very profitable to mine. For other coins with more memory intensive algorithms and lower prices, you might not see a quick return on your ASIC investment. 
” Part 2 – Installing the Mining Software and Starting to Mine” it told me nothing where to get Ethminer Step 8: Now you need to download Ethminer which makes your GPU or CPU run the hashing algorithm that is integral to securing the Ethereum network through proof of work. You can download this here and be sure to scroll down to the bottom of the page to get the right version – the latest and most up to date one is right at the end.
Die mit Abstand wichtigste Kalkulationsfrage ist jene, der zukünftigen Rechenleistung. Normale CPUs sind für die meisten Kryptowährungen ausreichend, doch der Gewinn mit ihrer geringer ausfallenden Leistung ist eher mager. Wesentlich effizienter sind Grafikprozessoren (GPUs), denn sie sind in der Lage, mehrere 32-Bit-Befehle zur selben Zeit auszuführen. Beste Wahl sind nach wie vor AMD Grafikkarten mit einer sehr effektiven Megahash-Leistung, gefolgt von Nvidia. Wer wirklich professionell an das Projekt „Krypto-Mining“ herangehen möchte, der wird um eine sogenannte Mining-Rig nicht vorbeikommen. Rigs sind Rechner mit gleich mehreren Grafikkarten, die eine besonders hohe Megahash-Leistung erbringen können.
Diese bestehen vor allem aus Optimierungen des Systems. Nach den Grafikkarten, die unter Volllast arbeiten, sollen die restlichen Komponenten im System so wenig Strom wie möglich verbrauchen. Die Grafikkarte selbst sollen dabei möglichst effektiv arbeiten und dazu gibt es teilweise spezielle BIOS-Versionen oder Anleitungen zum Undervolting, damit die GPU in einem idealen Bereich betrieben wird. Hierzu einfach mal die Suchmaschine der Wahl anwerfen.
The NVIDIA GTX 1070 is capable of mining at 30Mh per second while consuming just 100W of electric power. The Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 Windforce OC is the best of the models available currently on the market. It operates cooler than most 1070 models probably due to the fact that it is available with a twin fan design. On sale at amazon, you will have this Ethereum mining GPU in your possession.
6/14/2017 Update: A new article has been published that covers mining Ethereum on an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 graphics card that is worth a quick look! We managed to go from 27 MH/s up to over 32 MH/s with some small tweaks!
This has been discussed in depth many times over. Etherium as it stands is ASIC proof due to the need of memory.The threat of changing to Proof of Stake is also preventing anyone from developing an ASIC for Etherium.

One Reply to ““Ethereum Mining IOS””

  1. In the new terminal window, type ‘cd prog’ followed by the tab key. ‘C:\>cd prog’ should now be on display, press the tab key again to display ‘C:/> cd “Program Files”‘ then push the enter key to show ‘C:\Program Files>.’
    Dear John, 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 ?

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