“Ethereum Mining Standorte”

“Ethereum Mining Standorte”

However, as interest in the project grew, this idea became more controversial. Not everyone involved with Bitcoin Gold likes the idea of an additional founders reward – something Bcash, for example, did not have.
Personally, I’ve concluded that due to the very high Ethereum mining difficulty, it’s not actually worth it in the short and mid-term. An hour of running a g2.8xlarge instance currently costs around $2.6 per hour. The current gains in mining Ethereum is around $2.6 a day!
Solo mining is when you mine by yourself. The advantage of this is that anything you find is completely yours to keep. Unfortunately, if you only have a few miners it might take a very long amount of time to find “gold.” Furthermore, the frequency of finding gold can also vary extensively. You may have a week where you hit gold thrice, but then nothing for a whole month. Clearly, if you have a lot of miners (GPUs), then the outcome will be more stable, but below 1GH/s mining rate, Solo mining is not advisable if you want a stable return. If you’re not worried about shifts in when you find Eth, then Solo mining is a good option above 100Mh/s as you do not need to pay fees to anyone.
Claymore software has a fixed fee of 1% when you are mining ethereum or 2% fee when you are mining decred. There are various problems that can happen due to the way the Fee is working. The fee works in a way that each hour you will be disconnected from your mining process and for about 1-2 minutes, you will mine for the Claymore developers. After that it will connect you again to your pool and start the mining again. By constant disconnecting and reconnecting each hour your GPU cools down and then heats up again, and by doing that you are risking the life of your GPU’s. I heard from many people that after some time one of the GPU’s would reset to the default clock settings because of the constant disconnecting/reconnecting or it would “hang” and crash the miner or cause it to recreate the DAG file, and you end up losing valuable time with that. Claymore is a really cool software and I think there could be a better way to support the developers, rather than risking our own miner stability. By using the official Claymore I lost about 3% of my shares compared to using the Claymore without the Developer Fee, everyone can try it for themselves and see the difference.
Erfolgreiches Mining ist keine große Wissenschaft, vielmehr ist es eine nüchterne Kalkulation mit welchem Spaten der Bergmann möglichst viel Gold aus der Mine holen kann. Anders gesprochen – die Hardware und die Dauer ihrer Einsatzfähigkeit mal der Leistungsfähigkeit ergibt einen Coinwert, der im Idealfall Gewinn einbringt.
Step 15 CPU mining: Type in ethminer and press “enter” and you will start mining with your CPU. Again you will need to create a DAG file the first time you do this which can take some time. But after that is complete your Geth program downloaded in step 1 should start talking to your ethminer program and you should start mining!
The AMD Radeon R9 NANO gets an impressive 27 MH/s, but that’s all you can really get on that model as AMD doesn’t allow you to overclock the HBM memory and if you reduce the power usage at all the hashrate drops as well. This 175W TDP card has good performance, but at $515 it will take a longer time to recoup your money. You can actually buy two Radeon RX 480/580 cards for this price and overclock them to get up to 27 MH/s and reduce the power usage/voltage to get about 40-50W lower power use per card. The AMD Radeon R9 390 gets an impressive 30 MH/s in stock form, but the cards 275W TDP makes is less desirable.
Although not as potentially powerful as an ASIC, GPUs are more flexible in their application. The GPU is the Graphics Processing Unit. It’s the chip on your graphics card that does repetitive calculations, often for processing graphics. While we’ll discuss the use of GPUs in mining, they’re often used in gaming computers for “smooth decoding and rendering of 3D animations and video.”
Sorry für den leichten Off-Topic Link zu Monero, allerdings ist die Developer Community dort sehr offen für Diskussionen und Anregungen, was dazu führt, dass komplizierte Dinge auch mal vereinfacht dargestellt werden können. Howard Chu (hyc), der die Frage beantwortet, ist der Autor von LMDB, einer Datenbankengine, die einen erheblichen Performanceschub für Monero’s Blockchain gebracht hat und womöglich auch für andere Blockchains bringen könnte.
As there are no ASICs available for Ethereum, using a GPU is the next best thing. There are several reasons why there’re no ASICs for Ethereum. All Ethereum based coins use the Ethash algorithm for mining, an algorithm “designed to be ASIC-resistant via memory-hardness.”
For example, the RX 580’s hashrate has fallen from 23 MH/s (140 epochs) down to 18.5 MH/s (162 epochs). While the RX range is still great for mining other GPU coins, it’s quickly becoming obsolete for Ethereum mining.
Panda is comprised of a handful of video cards stuffed into a shiny box and sold as a miner. Nothing to do with ASIC’s. To design and tape out ASIC’s costs multiple millions and time to do so vs. ever increasing difficulty of any coin’s life. In other words it’s a race. Possible part of the ethereum troll coin scam would be to make it worthwhile for an insider there to waste the money to develop an ASIC but as of now it is quite clear none of the gang have the wherewithal. I mean they’re still struggling to make a wallet after nearly 1 year 🙁 http://www.etcdevteam.com/blog/devupdate/2017-03-20.html.
Das Alpine-Mining Projekt ist das Ergebnis der Zusammenarbeit eines jungen, leidenschaftlichen Schweizer Teams, das seine Hingabe für eine durch den Bitcoin bekannt gewordenen Technologie teilt. Unser Ziel ist es, Blockchain Technologien zu verbreiten und einen Service anzubieten, der es ermöglicht, auf eine einfache und vorteilhafte Art und Weise an diesen Netzwerken teilzunehmen.
Ethereum is a hot topic these days after having exhibited signs of intersecting and even outpacing the market cap of one of the most established cryptocurrencies; Bitcoin.  It comfortably sits as one of the cryptocurrencies that have gained wide popularity especially in the year 2017. Ahead of it is Bitcoin, which has had one of the most success stories in 2017. This has made mining Ethereum so popular even to those who weren’t familiar with it in the past.
Any successful attacks present a risk to the Ethereum Platform, expected proper execution and sequencing of ETH transactions, and expected proper execution and sequencing of contract computations. Despite the efforts of the Ethereum Stiftung and Team, known or novel mining attacks may be successful.
AMD offers mining-specific “blockchain compute” drivers that deliver considerably more performance than their standard drivers, so that’s what we’ll be using. If the computer that you’re installing to will not be a dedicated mining rig (eg: you plan to also play games on it, etc), you may prefer to use the latest available standard driver.
Thats the point with any ASIC miner, if you live in a country with high electricity costs, its allways a problem, but look at these small usb miners with 2.5 watts, it will get you 3 ETH at the moment per Month if you mine ETH, so it is not a bad deal. If you mine ETH classic the difficulty level is way lower then from Ethereum, check this live link so see the actual Hashrate from each network.http://fork.ethstats.net/ the classic is aprox. 10 times lower then ETH, but the price is only aprox. 5times lower, so if you min classic you have way more money at the end, i didnt do the math exactly, but i would say with this little USB miner which cost 149 U$ you can mine aprox. 75$ a month with ETC at the moment. Any comments are welcome.
In case there are any old-school miners out there that prefer the traditional methods, you can also join the MinerGate pool through a command line miner like ethminer. All you have to do is follow this guide: How to mine Ethereum and use this command:
Zuallererst, benötigt ihr die richtige Hardware. Grundsätzlich könnte jeder herkömmliche Computer die mathematischen Probleme lösen, die für das Mining von Ethereum erforderlich sind. Wie aber bereits erwähnt, werden diese Aufgaben mit der Zeit immer komplizierter. Aus diesem Grund, wird heutzutage andere Hardware benötigt, um eine signifikante Menge an Ether zu erhalten. Diese gibt es in diversen Preisklassen und mit unterschiedlicher Rechenleistung, welche direkt die sogenannte Hash-Rate beeinflusst (die Geschwindigkeit mit der die Hardware die zuvor erwähnten mathematischen Berechnungen durführen kann). Generell, ist es jedoch am wichtigsten, dass der voraussichtliche Gewinn die Anschaffungs- und Energiekosten übersteigt. Später werden wird die unterschiedliche Mining Hardware nochmal etwas genauer unter die Lupe genommen und verglichen.

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  1. There are various types of GPUs in the market right now, but all are not the same. There are some that possess higher hash rates as compared to others. On the other hand, some consume more electricity than others. The most important thing to do when selecting the most effective GPU is to create a balance between how much you are willing to spend on the electricity and the GPU itself, against how powerful you want your rig to be. The costs of GPUs mainly vary by each country. This is due to the fact that most GPUs are merchandised on popular online retail stores like eBay and Amazon.com. Getting a GPU in a country where these retailers ship to will be very easy. For most miners, the determining factor is electricity.
    my balance 0x2d529425edf49cf53e8b7e52b10177d9160f715e, i have about 12 ethe in my balance,but i type: web3.fromWei(eth.getBalance(eth.coinbase), “ether”) in consonle, my balance have 0 ethe,i type in consonle : eth.sendTransaction({from: ‘0x2d529425edf49cf53e8b7e52b10177d9160f715e’, to: ‘0x263d845a19110802000139cbb7a4bbf2b2b8d6c0’, value: web3.toWei(1, “ether”)})
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