“Ethereum Mining Verträge”

“Ethereum Mining Verträge”

The Ethereum vision is the building of a long lasting ecosystem through the development of a inclusive community of entrepreneurs, developers and investors working together to build the future of applications on decentralized networks, making a profound societal, financial and even yes – cultural impact.
But Hashing performance isn’t everything in the world of mining, efficiency is king and lead to the next chart, profitability.  There is a steady climb in the Radeon lineup but looking at the RX 470 power draw vs hashing rate it is no wonder people are jumping all over that card!  The GTX 1070 is showing some promise here again with lower than RX 570 power draw but matching it on hashing. These numbers were taken from the wall after 1 hour of hashing.
One of three things is going on here, either the person really does not know what they are talking about (e.g. hashrates for RX 400 & 500 series, the R9 only coming in 4gb, etc), or they are advertising for Nvidia, or they are attempting to get a sell off for AMD cards. I don’t mind because I have been able to get some good prices on AMD cards lately with one guy even saying that he was selling cards he just purchased brand new in December because their technology was becoming obsolete. Probably read this article and took it… Read more »
Vereinfacht funktioniert es, dass z.B. ab 1MB durchschnittlicher Blocksize der letzten 100 Blöcke auf zwei Chains geshardet wird und auf eine kommen alle Transaktionen, deren Hash mit 0-7 beginnt, auf die zweite alle mit 8-f. Jede Chain hat dann lediglich ihre Transaktionen und benötigt dann nur den jeweils letzten Blockhash der anderen Chain. Falls die Blöcke im Schnitt wieder auf >1MB wachsen, gibt es einen Shard auf 4 Chains. Auch eine Zusammenführung wäre denkbar, wenn die Blocksize auf unter die Hälfte sinkt… Und es wäre natürlich großen Betreibern überlassen, allen Chains zu folgen (und auch zu minen), wenn sie dies für schnellere Verifizierung benötigen. Natürlich ist das alles noch sehr vage und theoretisch, Details müssten definiert, implementiert und ausgiebig getestet werden. Mit zk-Snarks gibt es heute auch eine Möglichkeit, die jeweils andere Chain zu verifizieren, ohne deren Inhalt zu kennen. Diese halte ich aber noch für zu wenig getestet und wenn selbst Zooko meint, es ist Magie, die er nicht versteht, aber seinen Coin darauf aufbaut, sollte man vorsichtig sein. Für mich ist das jedoch der Erfolg versprechendste Ansatz für eine wirklich dezentrale Kryptowährung, die auch skalierbar ist.
Now after your GPU’s are at their default settings, we’ll be using OverdriveNtool to handle the overclocking,target the GPU’s temperature and it’s  undervolting. There is no other tool where you can have full control of your GPU and the ability to quickly optimize the GPU’s. You can’t be 100% sure the overclock/undervolt settings are working properly. This is a special software that gives you FULL access to your AMD GPU’s and it’s very easy to use once you know the basics.
Let’s start by mentioning that little is known about the P102-100. One of the few things we are certain of is that Inno3D is already manufacturing a batch of those. They have even posted some hashrate estimates on their site. This also means that the card is indeed a thing and that we should expect similar news from MSI, Gigabyte and other manufacturers soon.
If you can find this card at a decent price, it’s a very good performer. By boosting the stock speed via an overclocking utility (such as Afterburner), your hashrate may increase from 10% to over 31 MH/s.
Dieser Block mit dem richtigen Hashwert wird nun von allen anderen Teilnehmern im Netzwerk übernommen. Der Miner der den die richtige Nonce gefunden und somit den richtigen Hashwert generiert hat, bekommt den Blockreward + Transaktionsgebühren des Blocks (Block-Vergütung).
Every minute you’re not mining is ether missed. Spending a stupid amount of plan optimizing is ridiculous. You’re missing out. Spending 24 hours planning is 2-3 ether lost at 100 MH/s. Don’t be silly and spend all your time planning.
Geth is the underlying code for the Mist wallet and is the core service for syncing the Ethereum blockchain. Unfortunately, it is a command line service, which can make it hard and annoying to use. http://www.etherwall.com/Etherwall adds a GUI front-end to it, making it easier to use.
Start by decreasing your core clock speed to 1000 mhz from whatever the factory setting was (in the “GPU” area, change the values for state 6 and 7 to 1000 on the Frequency row). Click “Apply” (at the top right). Restart your miner and see how performance looks. There is a good chance that it’s unchanged. If that’s the case, repeat the process, but decrease the core clock speed by another 50 mhz or so. Keep moving down in 50 mhz increments until you notice mining performance drop. When that happens, bump the core clock back up to the previous value—that’s the sweet spot.
As we have seen with other popular cryptocurrencies such as Zcash, ZenCash, Monero, Dash, Litecoin, and Bitcoin, mining profitability is always directly related with these factors (see our guide on Ethereum mining profitability).
If you want to get serious with mining I strongly recommend using Linux as it isn’t plagued with driver issues, mines more stable, is more flexible for your setups, and (for some cards like the GTX 1070) gets a drastically better hash rate. Also if you plan on having more than 4 cards per motherboard Linux is a much better choice, as Windows starts to have issues with PCIe slot order and other shenanigans that go down you definitely don’t want to deal with. There is even a distribution of Linux specifically for mining (though it isn’t free) that is very easy to set up called EthOS. That fact that this guide uses Windows for mining indicates that it is a quick dive into mining without all the mess of optimizing and customization that many of the tools used have to offer, so while it might not be the most comprehensive guide, it will quickly get you a foundation to build from.
Figuring out how to set up the mining equipment for Ethereum can be a daunting task for someone without the technical expertise. With the market expanding, more and more people are looking to invest in Ethereum. What some people may not realize though is that you can also mine Ethereum to passively generate an income every month.
Geth is the original software from the Ethereum team. If you wish to solo mine, this will be your best option. It’s simple and straightforward to use. It can also create your wallet for you, but as discussed below, you should get Mist/Ethereum Wallet as well if you prefer a GUI option.
So, with our eyes on Ethereum in particular, being the new rising star, that’s exactly what we did here at HotHardware (1 ETH = ~ $277.85 as of this publication). We also learned some handy tips for tweaking your mining rig for maximum hash rate throughput, while keeping your heat and energy consumption at a minimum. We will be sharing these as well has some key hardware benchmark metrics and suggestions to help boost your personal mining potential.
Nvidia GPU’s:  To get the latest Nvidia GeForce drivers go to https://www.geforce.com/drivers and then enter in your card info and click “Start Search” and then download the current version from the results.  
Am I up and mining now? or is it just running in a loop? I did everything right in the instructions. I am running windows 10 on Nvidia Geforce Gtx 960M with an intel core i7. any info would be greatly appreciated.
Riser Cards: Most go with USB powered 1x to 16x riser cards. These sell out often and they are mostly all made by companies that no one has heard of. The reviews on most are mixed, so you’ll just need to pick some and roll the dice. You’ll likely be paying around $8 each.
Furthermore, since ethereum aims to transition from proof-of-work mining to ‘proof of stake’ – which we discuss below – buying an ASIC might not be a smart option since it likely won’t prove useful for long.
Ethereum, on the other side, from what I understood, is creating an ecosystem in order to make cryptocurrency useful daily and my opinion is that’s the secret to a successful project. Money is a masses “product” and current cryptocurrencies are not getting it.
Wie alle Kryptowährungen musste Ether eine gewisse Marktkapitalisierung erreichen, um relevant für den Nutzer zu werden. Ähnlich wie bei Bargeld funktioniert eine Kryptowährung nur, wenn die Nutzer auf das Prinzip dahinter vertrauen und ihm damit einen gewissen Wert verleihen. Am 29. Februar 2016 hatte Ether eine Marktkapitalisierung von über 500 Millionen US-Dollar erreicht, zwei Wochen später waren es schon eine Milliarde US-Dollar. Gestartet wurde die Ethereum im Juli 2015, nachdem ein Jahr zuvor das Yellowpaper geschrieben wurde. Ethereum ist also noch recht jung und dies ist auch der Grund dafür, warum sich ein Einstieg in das Mining jetzt noch lohnen könnte.
Ist die Hardware vorhanden und die Rechenleistung in etwa abgeschätzt, kann man sich weitere Gedanken machen. Der Stromverbrauch ist in Deutschland ein entscheidender Faktor. Je nach Tarif werden 26 bis 28 Eurocent pro kWh bezahlt. Dies muss natürlich mit in Betracht gezogen werden, wenn ein Mining in Frage kommen soll.
Solo mining is not entirely problem free, we have tried with a single GPU for a day and sometime along the day geth got in some kind of loop and was not sending work for new blocks, but was stuck at sending work for an older block that has already been solved. So solo mining can also give you problems and the risk there is higher, though if lucky you can make more than pool mining. A guide for solo mining Ethereum is coming…
Wenn man jedoch genau hinschaut, erkennt man, dass die Difficulty ein Stückchen rascher ansteigt als die Hashrate. Eigentlich sollte beides synchron verlaufen bzw. die Hashrate sollte der Difficulty vorauseilen.
Theoretically I could make a card, with 2 processors (similar to an R9 290 DUO) and stack 2 memory controllers each with 16 GB of ram on the card and end up with a near 100 MH/s (96 really) it is beyond my own ability to finish the engineering and programming of such card, and I do not possess the LARGE amount of funds it would take to generate the first card. All subsequent cards would be fairly inexpensive ($300-$400 to produce)

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