“Ethereum Mining Rechner Rig”

“Ethereum Mining Rechner Rig”

You need to open up another command prompt, as in step 4. You are going to see two scary looking boxes! Simply right click on your already opened command prompt, in the taskbar at the bottom of the page,and click on the command prompt in the menu that appears.
You may have to ensure you have the correct virtual memory enabled (minimum 16GB). To do this, search for system in the start menu. Open system and on the left hand side click ‘Advanced System Settings.’ Go under the advanced tab, under performance settings, and advanced again. Then click ‘Change’ under virtual memory. Uncheck the box that states to ‘Automatically manage paging file size for all drives’ and then input a custom size of 16384 (or whatever is the maximum allowable value) into the Initial and Maximum size fields. This will prevent you from having any errors with virtual memory.
The following Terms and Conditions (“Terms”) govern the use of the Ethereum open source software platform (“Ethereum Platform”). Prior to any use of the Ethereum Platform, the User confirms to understand and expressly agrees to all of the Terms. All capitalized terms in this agreement will be given the same effect and meaning as in the Terms. The group of developers and other personnel that is now, or will be, employed by, or contracted with, Stiftung Ethereum (“Stiftung Ethereum”) is termed the “Ethereum Team.” The Platform will be developed by persons and entities who support Ethereum, including both volunteers and developers who are paid by nonprofit entities interested in supporting the Ethereum Platform.
Secondly, you’ll need to get your hands on a mining application/program that allows you to connect to the peer network responsible for securing Ethereum, mining Ether, and producing the Ethereum along the way.
First you need a computer, or graphics card, that is capable of computing an algorithm that it attempts to solve in order to generate some Ether. For Ethereum, the ‘block’ that your video cards are attempting to find generates on average every 15 seconds. That means every 15 seconds, the Ethereum network pays to whomever found the block, 5 Ethereum (this value may change over time).
Ethereum is an open blockchain platform similar to Bitcoin but with additional in-built flexibilities. With Ethereum, the blockchain can be considered to be intelligent thanks to the Ethereum Virtual Machine and Smart Contracts. Whereas with Bitcoin it’s a glorified ledger.
Okay so I have read about ethereum’s asic resistance… it’s designed to be profitable with GPU’s and they dont want asics to “destroy” that like it happened with bitcoin and scrypt miners. But I don’t understand why it wouldn’t be profitable? I understand that the Ethash algorithm needs lots of memory and that’S not cheap. But why hasn’t a company just produced them in bulk for a lower price and made it profitable ?!
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.
As the name might suggest, ethminer is where the actual mining happens. Ethminer interfaces with the GPUs and performs the work, and it gets it work from geth. To run ethminer, we have to tell it where geth is located:
The AMD Radeon RX Vega 64 is the latest GPU from AMD that simply dominates mining.  Stock, it can mine Ethereum at 33 MH/s using around 200 watts but with a little tweaking, the hash rate can be as high as 41 MH/s using as little as 135 watts!  This card is simply a monster.  They are flying off the shelves so make sure you grab yours when you can.  You can buy them here.
Note that Bitcoin ASIC chips generally can only be used for Bitcoin mining. While there are rare exceptions – for example chips that mine both Bitcoin and Litecoin – this is often because the chip package effectively has two ASICs: one for Bitcoin and one for Litecoin.
While it sounds more complex, the idea is fairly simple. Every time a bitcoin transaction is made, the network ‘breaks’ total amount as if it was paper money, issuing back bitcoins in a way that makes the data behave similarly to physical coins or change.
hey! first of all thank you for your immediate reply. Now the computer, after that it verifies the 4 things, it says “esecution of code impossible because “openCL.dll” was not found. Can you help me again?
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So I had this awesome idea for sticking a single mem controller and processor with 16gb of ddr5 ram (which is actually fairly cheap at $6-7 each) only to find out I have a LOT to learn about electrical engineering and programming.
Thanks for the great guide. As a 72 year old, trying to figure things out isn’t always easy. I tried to ask this question on Bitcoin forum for Claytons mining software, but can’t figure out how to post the question in the right place. I have set everything up as you said and am mining Ether at 1600Mh/s, but I am apparently mining Decred as well at 1550Mh/s because the batch file from the Clayton miner has in the batch. Here is the batch file: setx GPU_FORCE_64BIT_PTR 0 setx GPU_MAX_HEAP_SIZE 100 setx GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1 setx GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT 100 setx GPU_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT 100… Read more »
It is probably going to take a little bit of time for you to really get synchronized with the Ethereum blockchain, but this all depends on the size of the blockchain at its current moment in the speed of your online connection. You absolutely have to wait until you are 100% synchronized before you initiate the actual mining process, or all of your work will be for naught.
Es lohnt sich in diesem Fall immer, die Stromkosten wirklich genau im Blick zu haben. Entweder man produziert über Solaranlagen selbst Energie, kommt in den Genuss, aufgrund eines Gewerbes, Industriestrom zu beziehen, oder aber man wechselt zu einem günstigeren Anbieter (sofern möglich). In jedem Mining Rechner befindet sich die Möglichkeit die angenommenen Stromkosten mit einzubeziehen.
2x AMD APU AM1 Athlon 5350 2x Corsair CX500 2x Asus AM1AM-BR Am1 MOBO 2x 2gb DDR3 1333mhz Kingston 2x 320gb SATA2 Western Digital 4x R7 370 4gb Powercolor 2x Riser Case made of pasteboard, for the mobo and the disk.
The CPU Mining and GPU Mining sections display your current hashrate. Use the dropdown menu in each section to choose the number of CPUs/GPUs you wish to dedicate to mining (assuming you have more than one).
   ethdcrminer64.exe -epool us1.ethpool.org:3333 -ewal 0xD69af2A796A737A103F12d2f0BCC563a13900E6F.YourWorkerName -epsw x -dpool stratum+tcp://pasc.suprnova.cc:5279 -dwal YourLogin.YourWorkerName -dpsw x -dcoin pasc -allpools 1
MinerGate will display a message to say that ‘smart mining’ has been activated. The MinerGate Mining Pool will automatically try to use your computer’s resources to mine cryptocurrency in the most profitable way.
The user acknowledges the following serious risks to any use the Ethereum Platform and ETH and expressly agrees to neither hold Ethereum Stiftung nor the Ethereum Team liable should any of the following risks occur:
The decision whether Bitcoin is worth mining lies with you, but if you need some of the best mining devices for this precious cryptocurrency, then there you go. Getting the best ASIC miner would definitely pay off. The choice is yours.
First, you must calculate how much you’re hashing power will be. If you already have some GPUs that you’re planning to use, then you can use Google to find out its hash rate. Alternatively, you can use a site such as CryptoCompare to determine what the best value for money GPU is. However, I’ve not yet found a database with a full list so you may wish to start your own excel file and compare the hashrate you get per dollar spent. GPU prices can also vary significantly, country to country, so make sure you take this into consideration as well.
For the hard drive, using an SSD is essential. While SSDs are more expensive, you will only need a 16GB one, which will set you back less than $30. If you’re planning to solo mine, it’s recommended that you buy a 32 or 64GB one, but again this will only be a few dollars more.
Nvidia GPU’s CANNOT be bios moded, which makes them a bit easier to setup. For them it’s best to only use MSI Afterburner to overclock and limit their power draw. The downside is that you can’t get the maximum out of them, cause we can’t replace the memory timings.
Awesome Miner uses Claymore’s Dual Ethereum+Decred AMD GPU Miner to perform the actual mining operation for Ethereum and Decred. Please note that Claymore’s miner has a built in mining fee, and that this fee is not related to Awesome Miner.
I use rig with windows 7 ultimate 64bit and error message occured “ethdcrminer64 has stopped working…” when using claymore 10 and claymore 11 with error details “module crashed: amdocl64.dll”.I try to reinstall amd driver but no luck.My rig specification,amd RX580 4GB,intel processor,and RAM DDR2 2GB,mobo ASUS P5WDG2-WS.Please help me…
Ein zweiter, und vielleicht wichtigerer Grund für die Difficulty-Bomb ist jedoch der geplante Wechsel von Ethereum von PoW zu PoS. PoW bedeutet “Proof of Work” und meint, dass die Miner um den Block-Reward konkurrieren, indem sie beweisen, dass ihre Computer Rechenzyklen verbrauchen. PoS hingegen bedeutet “Proof of Stake” und meint, dass die Miner nicht echte Computerleistung investieren, sondern lediglich Ether, mit denen sie simulierte Miner kaufen und mit diesen um die Blöcke konkurrieren. Anstatt Miner heißen sie nun Staker.

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