“Ethereum Mining-iOS-App”

“Ethereum Mining-iOS-App”

I do not think so, many advanced mining rigs has already done, using GPU and memory as in video cards. I googled “ethereum asics” and found devices like this one https://www.nvminer.com , they call it an asic, but it still use NVidia GPUs. however, the hashrate and power consumption are more profitable, than graphic cards.
Ich fasse das für mich mal zur Sicherheit kurz und knapp zusammen und bitte um Korrektur falsch ich falsch liege. Eine Bestätigung falls ich richtig liege wäre ebenfalls nett :-). Ich bin im Bereich Ethereum noch nicht so fit…
A: As long as your system meets the general requirements and has at least one GPU with at least 3GB of RAM, you can mine Ethereum.  Some Gaming laptops do have high end cards, but with the considerable heat generated from mining there could be other impacts to your laptop so it’s best to go with a desktop build.  Virtualized environments that you can rent usually do not have enough powerful dedicated GPU in them, or are simply not profitable if they do.  There are currently no ASICs for Ethereum (as it is designed to be an “ASIC Resistant” Proof Of Work hashing algorithim, so if you see ads for one – RUN.  ASIC’s are still profitable for mining some coins (Bitcoin, Dash and Litecoin), but for home built Mining Rigs, Ethereum and other altcoins are still profitable to mine (whereas Bitcoin is not profitable on a home pc – even with many powerful GPU’s do the Bitcoin ASIC technology available).
One of the more unique elements of a mining rig is having a computer case that can handle 6 GPUs. Luckily people are making cases designed to hold a lot of graphics cards, an open air case is recommended for keeping the rig running optimal & cool.
Miner sind auch dafür verantwortlich, dass niemand im Netzwerk eine doppelte Transaktion tätigt oder gegen andere Regeln des Blockchain Protokolls verstößt. Solche Regeln werden vor der Erschaffung einer Blockchain festgelegt. Alle Transaktionen müssen dem zuvor festgelegten Protokoll entsprechen.
Rather than a rehash (pun intended) of the advantages and disadvantages of Proof of Work versus Proof of stake, we’re here to break down how CPUs, GPUs, and ASICs all play a key role in the mining process. Understanding the hardware behind Proof of Work is essential for analyzing the sustainability and level of decentralization of different coins. We’ll go over the advantages and disadvantages of each hardware and how they’re relevant to the most popular cryptocurrencies and hard forks.
Step 7: You need to tell your Geth Program to start communicating with the rest of the Ethereum network. You do this by typing in “geth –rpc” – this should look like “C:\>geth –rpc” (on the latest version you should try: geth –rpc –fast –cache=1024) Press enter and the screen should start downloading the blockchain for Ethereum – at this point you are synchronising with the rest of the Ethereum network. This can take a while depending on your internet speed and the current size of the blockchain, anywhere between 20 min and multiple hours. Sometimes your firewall can block this process – just click allow access. Keep this cmd open, you will need this to run in the background in order to be able to mine. Also make sure you start mining only after your blockchain is synchronised, not before. Due to The DAO hard fork you will have to specify if you want to mine on the hard fork chain or on the chain without the hard fork. To mine Ethereum (ETH) use geth –rpc –support-dao-fork in order to mine Ethereum Classic (ETC) use: geth –rpc –oppose-dao-fork
Bearing in mind that electricity usage and efficiency are some of the most significant factors to consider here, you shouldn’t also forget that cheap mining hardware will bring in fewer Bitcoins. Be ready to spend much if you need an efficient and fastest Bitcoin mining hardware. The price and hash rate should not be the only guiding points when looking for the best Bitcoin miner. Just aim the value, and while doing that, remember that the best ASIC miner is definitely is one that is most efficient.
Ob sich ein Cloud-Mining Vertrag lohnt ist im Voraus häufig sehr schwer zu beantworten. Es kommt auf viele Faktoren an, die häufig der Anbieter auch nicht vorhersagen kann. Folgende nichtdeterministische Faktoren spielen beispielsweise eine Rolle:
Again, you will need the bare minimum, 4GB will do. I chose to go with 8GB just in case. Also, if you’re going to be doing solo mining, it’s a good idea to have as much as possible at the start as this will make syncing the block chain a lot faster. Of course, once that’s finished, you can remove the excess.
One other reason is the philosophy of the Dev team and community. There is no real technical reason Bitcoin, Litecoin, and other coins that are currently being mined with ASICs couldn’t, with a switch to another POW algorithm, be put back in the hands of GPU miners. Point is, if the Dev’s and community wanted to keep a coin out of the ASIC realm, they could just change the code if/when that moment happened. A few of the lesser known coins have already did this with great success. The problem as we know with Bitcoin is there are too many big players with deep pockets that would fight tooth and nail to keep that from ever happening. They can’t even agree to a minor thing as a block size increase much less something as dramatic as changing out the POW.
Profit is the name of the game, so if you are not making money then why are you here, I guess.  This chart is not accounting for payback time, it is simply looking at current profitability with Ethereum priced at $169 (at the time of writing on 5/26/2017).  This chart shows the total profit from one card after the cost of electricity (assuming $0.12kW*h) the resulting number display is pretending everything stays consistent for 30 days.  This chart in all honesty is only good for comparing profitability comparisons between cards as the price of Ethereum is in constant flux.
@Gite Sometmes antivirus prevents it from opening. Double check to ensure firewall settings are allowed on ethereum wallet. Try to right click on it and run as administrator. Try to redownload the file just incase it was corrupt.
Coinomia lockt mit deutlich besseren Konditionen als Genesis Mining. Doch hier sollte genau hier sollte man hellhörig werden und sich weiter informieren. Zwar gibt Coinomia an, dass es zwei Datenzentren in China und Indien gibt, die größtenteils mit Energie aus eigenen Solaranlagen betrieben werden, jedoch hegen wir Zweifel, dass es auch so ist. Die Seite sieht nach einem professionellen Schneeballsystem aus, die daraus ausgelegt ist möglichst viele Kunden zu generieren. Wir haben uns zu Testzwecken ein Konto bei Coinomia angelegt und werden unsere Erfahrungen hier teilen. Erfahrungsbericht Coinomia.
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.
Für Bitcoin trifft das zu und wird sich wahrscheinlich weiter zuspitzen. Mit einer höheren Blockfrequenz relativiert sich das ein wenig (wenn auch nicht drastisch), allerdings sehe ich sehr viel Potenzial auch für dieses Problem im Sharding der Blockchain ab einem bestimmten Transaktionsvolumen.
Mehr als vier Dual-Slot-Grafikkarten passen nicht in ATX-Gehäuse und würden darin wohl auch überhitzen; Mining-Rigs stecken deshalb in offenen Montagerahmen, bei denen sechs bis acht Grafikkarten oberhalb des Mainboards und von einem oder zwei Netzteilen angeordnet sind.
It doesn’t matter if you’re planning to do mining using Linux, ethOS or Windows. I’ve made sure to cover the steps for each. You will also find some great tips, tricks, optimizations, and solutions to common troubleshooting issues.

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