“Ethereum Mining Software für PC”

“Ethereum Mining Software für PC”

Good morning from Q City, so i have a noobynoob question. I am very beginner and now I mining on 3 PC. Two of them mine ethereum using 470×2 and 480×2 – I`m using dwarfpool and Claymore`s Dual miner and everything is okay when i check my wallet raits the balance is growing like beautiful garden with hundreds of mexicans working on it, !!BUT!! on my third PC I am using single msi gtx1080 gaming X to mine some zec using dwarfpool and nheqminer5c it working on 400 sol/s but my balanace is still 0.0000 after 10 hours of mine. So what the problem, or my mistake>>??? Im using wallet creating on HitBTC, is it okay>>>>?? HELP PLZ!!
Auf ein Jahr gerechnet, bei gleichbleibenden Variablen, sind das 1117,08 US-Dollar und genau 945 Euro an Gewinn. Der Strompreis pro kW/h liegt in Deutschland durchschnittlich bei 0,25 Cent pro kW/h. Für einen Mining-Tag mit einem Stromverbrauch von 400 Watt eines Computers mit zwei Grafikkarten, ergibt das einen Gewinn von 0,22 US-Dollar pro Tag. Das sind 0,19 Euro. Pro Monat ist das immer noch ein Gewinn von 6,69 US-Dollar (5,66 Euro). Auf ein Jahr gerechnet sind das 80,28 US-Dollar und 67,92 Euro. Unterm Strich ist Ether Mining also gewinnbringend. Wer selbst mal nachrechnen möchte, kann den Ether-Rechner von etherscan.io nutzen. Die Preise sind zwar in US-Dollar angegeben, können aber schnell in Euro umgerechnet werden.
That’s based on a Tuesday note from Morgan Stanley analysts led by Joseph Moore, who say that Ethereum prices have remained high overall—up about 8,900% over the past year—making Ethereum mining more profitable. In turn, that profitability has driven consumers to snap up graphics processing units (GPUs) used to mine, or acquire new cryptocurrencies, from major suppliers such as AMD and Nvidia.
Zum Thema 20 PCs, das Kernproblem ist, dass je höher der zu minende Gegenwert ist, desto größer der Aufwand der betrieben wird. Bei Bitcoin bedeutet dies, dass das Mining im Schnitt tägliche Kosten von annähernd 4mio.$ verursacht.
Bitmain Technologies’ BM1382 calculates 63 hashes per clock cycle (Hz), while their more efficient BM1384 calculates 55 hashes per clock cycle. Similarly, while these hashes per clock cycle are spot-on for the claims regarding the number of cores, BitFury’s BF756C55 is claimed to have 756 cores, but yields around 11.6 hashes per clock cycle. This is because the reference to cores sometimes mean different things, and certain designs result in less straightforward calculation[1]
In Notepad create a file with the below text and save it as a gethsync.bat, in your Ether folder. Launch this bat file every time before you start mining. You can also create a shortcut to it on your homescreen.
Approximately every 12-15 seconds, a miner finds a block. If miners start to solve the puzzles more quickly or slowly than this, the algorithm automatically readjusts the difficulty of the problem so that miners spring back to roughly the 12-second solution time.
What is the best GPU for mining ethereum in 2018? This question comes up a lot in the comments. If you’ve decided to build a rig using my GPU Mining Rig Build Guide this article should clear up any questions you have about the best currently available graphics cards for mining Ethereum.
At the time of writing this article, the aforementioned mining rig would cost around $2,250USD and would be capable of producing around 0.5 Ethereum per month. This is about $250 per month before variable costs. That means within 9 months you’ll have paid off your initial investment. This is of course assuming the price of Ethereum stays the same.
-cvddc   set target GPU core voltage, multiplied by 1000. For example, “-cvddc 1050” means 1.05V. You can also specify values for every card, for example “-cvddc 900,950,1000,970”. Supports latest AMD 4xx cards only in Windows.
Payouts on Nicehash are minimum 0.1BTC four times per day. It’s also important to note that nicehash is approximately 20% less overall hashrate, but the switching feature may allow you to be more profitable than if you were to simply mine Ethereum.
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.
Designed for Bitcoin, Litecoin, Dash mining. BITMAIN Antminer S9, L3+, and D3 – The world’s most efficient miners and world’s first bitcoin mining ASIC based on the 16nm process node. The Antminer S9 follows the same form factor as that of the hugely popular Antminer S7 and is nearly the same size. It has more than thrice the power and twice the efficiency of the S7.
Take the online notebook described in “What is Ethereum?”. The network would not come to consensus about the ‘state’ of the notebook (say, if a note is added or deleted) without the computational power to process the changes.
Mist and Ethereum Wallet are the official developments by the Ethereum team. While at the heart of it it’s straightforward to use, it does pack a lot of extra features. Since it’s integrated with ShapeShift, you can also accept payments from Bitcoin other altcoin accounts as well. It also allows you to develop Ethereum based apps and services – a.k.a. Smart Contracts.
The user acknowledges and agrees that, to the fullest extent permitted by any applicable law, the disclaimers of liability contained herein apply to any and all damages or injury whatsoever caused by or related to risks of, use of, or inability to use, ethereum or the Ethereum platform under any cause or action whatsoever of any kind in any jurisdiction, including, without limitation, actions for breach of warranty, breach of contract or tort (including negligence) and that neither Stiftung Ethereum (i.e. Ethereum Foundation) nor Ethereum team shall be liable for any indirect, incidental, special, exemplary or consequential damages, including for loss of profits, goodwill or data that occurs as a result.
This is another excellent budget alternative to the Radeon R9 295X2. It is the second highest in terms of the hash rate among the GPUs for mining Ethereum, of course, coming after the Radeon R9 295X2. The Radeon HD 7990 comes with a hash rate of 36 MH per second, which draws 375 watts of electric power from the wall. Each of these GPUs is estimated to net in a return of $469.40 in one year. Its initial investment, however, is much lower than the R9 295X2. Available at Amazon, this GPU is one of the best cost-conscious alternatives for those who want to mine Ethereum. With 56% as its profit ratio per day, this Ethereum mining GPU has a payback period that slightly exceeds one year. It has a daily cost that is estimated at $1.08, which is evidently lower than the R9 295X2’s. That brings its daily return to $1.29, while the cost per MH/s is $18.89.
While there are many Bitcoin mining hardware manufacturers, some of these should be seen as systems integrators – using the ASIC chips manufactured by other parties, and combining them with other electronic components on a board to form the Bitcoin mining hardware.
Die AMD Radeon RX 470 zieht unter Last bis zu 120 Watt, für sechs solcher Karten plus ein LGA1151-Mainboard mit beispielsweise Celeron G3930 muss man mit rund 800 Watt rechnen. Bei 85 Prozent Wirkungsgrad des ATX-Netzteils kommt man auf rund 940 Watt Leistungsaufnahme an der Steckdose; bei 24 Stunden Betrieb ergeben sich daraus 22,6 Kilowattstunden (kWh) pro Tag. Zahlt man 29 Cent pro kWh, muss der Miner also Kryptogeld von mehr als 6,60 Euro täglich liefern, damit man aus der Verlustzone kommt – aber das ist noch ohne Hardware-Kosten gerechnet.
even DDR5 memory is overwhelmed and i own 2 970s and they are shit at mining 9mh/s i think max for a 4gb? let’s do some african math “because i’m from africa”  72gb/4gb = 18 gb * 9mh/s = 162mh/s for this miner and don’t forget the stuff sited in the quote above.
Zcash seems to have been designed by a highly skilled team made of various profiles with much experience…and they did well. Zcash has been introduced with care : announcements were made, a public betatest phase was launched, and the biggest exchanges like Poloniex and Kraken supported the “ZEC” as soon as the first coins were emited.
No matter which calculator you use, you’ll need to know a few pieces of information in order to make them effective. First is your hash rate. This is the speed at which your mining software will be able to perform calculations, you can find it from your mining software provider. You’ll also need to know how much power your mining hardware is using, how much electricity costs in your area and how much you spent on your system.
If you’d like to Solo mine, you will need to be in sync with the blockchain. To do this, you will need to download Geth and save it to a folder such as C:Ether. Then open a command prompt, and navigate to this folder using the cd command. First, if you’re not using a local wallet, you will need to sync the blockchain. The quickest way is using the command:
Bei den meisten Anbietern wird die Rechenleistung auf einen gewissen Zeitraum z.B. 2 Jahre oder auch Lebenslänglich gekauft. Fließen mit 1 TH/s anfangs noch gute Erträge, so sind diese wahrscheinlich nach einem Jahr wertlos.
1) I’m running ethOS at the moment, but I’m fairly certain I used that driver, however, I’ll check at a later date. I will update the article to mention that you’ll need to find out the best driver for you as you’re correct it does vary from GPU to GPU.
If all of  your GPU’s on the RIG are the same, you can try to apply the profile settings that worked for the first GPU to the next GPU and test if it works, then try to adjust the small settings to reduce memory errors if you get them. It’s possible that the same GPU with the same settings will crash the PC or cause a freeze, that’s why you test one GPU at a time.
If you’re building a dedicated mining rig, then you probably want your mining rig to boot up and start mining automatically, without any user intervention. We’ll need to enable auto-login for that to be possible.
The  Nvidia GTX 1070   is what I’ve been putting in all the rigs I’ve built for folks since about April of 2017 when all the AMD Rx 4 and 5 series cards sold out and doubled in price on secondary markets. It can mine at 30Mh/s while sipping only 100 watts of electricity. After testing several models, my favorite is the Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 Windforce OC (model # GV-N1070WF2OC-8GD). It has a twin fan design and seems to run cooler than most of the other 1070 models I’ve tested. If that model is unavailable, any twin fan designed 1070 will work well. Blower models like the Gigabyte 1070 Founders Edition mine at the same hash rate, but need more supplemental cooling like a box fan pointed at your mining rig. I’ve linked to Amazon above, but be sure to check eBay as well for availability since Amazon often limits the number of GPU units you can purchase. 
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.
I talked about my reasons for selecting Claymore’s miner over other alternatives in my Linux guide, but to sum up: it’s currently the fastest, most stable Ethereum miner that’s still under active development. The downside is that it’s not free—about 1% of your mining time will benefit the creator of the software instead of you. However, even after the usage fee, you’ll come out ahead compared to the alternatives.
For AMD,  install Radeon Software Crimson Edition 15.12 and the OpenCL SDK Package. Depending on your GPU, this might not be the correct driver. So if you’re having issues, check the Ethereum Forum for advice.
   EthDcrMiner64.exe -epool us1.ethermine.org:4444 -esm 1 -ewal 0xD69af2A796A737A103F12d2f0BCC563a13900E6F.YourWorkerName -epsw x -dpool stratum+tcp://yiimp.ccminer.org:3252 -dwal DsUt9QagrYLvSkJHXCvhfiZHKafVtzd7Sq4 -dpsw x
   Using values higher than 2 allows you also to set custom delay between DAG generation on GPUs, for example, “-gser 5” means same as “-gser 2” and also adds 3sec delay between DAG generation (can be useful for buggy drivers and/or weak PSU).
On the Green selection you can see the “Memory Type”. In this example it’s Elpida. If you bought your GPU’s all at once, and they are the same card type and if you see  that they all have the same Memory Type, that means that they all CAN USE THE SAME BIOS. Exporting GPU BIOS can be done with clicking on the Red circle as displayed in the picture above, under the “BIOS Version”. Now you have your original bios exported, make a backup before going to the next step.

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