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“Ethereummininggpuanforderungen”

6/16/2017 Update – We have now have an article posted on GeForce GTX 1060 mining for those that are interested in how that GPU model does. After tweaking the EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 FTW+ we managed to get over 22 MH/s with the card running so cool that the fans didn’t even run!
The main issue with this is that it’s actually fairly difficult to set up your own independent mining operation unless you already have extensive experience. If you want it to be easier, I’d suggest pooling. The hardware that you can use can be anything from a relatively cheap, older graphics card to a $1,000 modern behemoth! Be sure to check out our list of the most popular pools for Ethereum.
Hi Bhavesh, OK, this seems to be a fairly common error but it’s beyond my capabilities to diagnose precisely from that log. I’ve seen a variety of solutions to this issue proposed on various forums: https://ethereum.stackexchange.com/questions/18806/couldnt-connect-to-node/23153#23153 https://github.com/ethereum/mist/issues/2426 https://github.com/ethereum/mist/wiki#unable-to-find-peers I suggest starting with the simple solutions first before trying the more advanced stuff. So if using Windows, start things up in Administrator mode. Then try starting Geth manually with the –nat=none flag. Then try starting from the command line as someone suggested. You can also backup your data directory, rename / move it, and let the wallet resync itself… From there,… Read more »
EthDcrMiner64.exe -epool stratum+tcp://daggerhashimoto.eu.nicehash.com:3353 -ewal 1LmMNkiEvjapn5PRY8A9wypcWJveRrRGWr -epsw x -esm 3 -allpools 1 -estale 0 -dpool stratum+tcp://decred.eu.nicehash.com:3354 -dwal 1LmMNkiEvjapn5PRY8A9wypcWJveRrRGWr
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.
Full-Nodes und Miner nehmen Transaktionen an, überprüfen und leiten sie anschließend weiter. Jedoch können ausschließlich Miner dafür sorgen, dass neue und unbestätigte Transaktionen in einem Block zusammengefasst und für alle Ewigkeiten in einer Blockchain, als letztes Glied einer Kette, gespeichert werden.
Great guide, I wish I had this a few months ago before I started mknkn. I’ve gone through all this the hard way which is good but this guide is very clear and straightforward. Having said that I wonder if you would have any idea how to fix the issue I have come across. After mining for two weeks on windows 10 with claymore on nanopool @ 6 x 1070 GeForce. My miner went offline. It says “ cannot write a buffer for DAG” CUDA error 77. It also says “an illegal instruction was encountered” and “calc DAG failed” I have increased the virtual memory but that did not work. My hard drive says it has not 15gb of 110.
Falls eines Tages, alle Bitcoins bereits durch die Blockrewards ausgeschüttet worden sind, und es keine Blockrewards mehr gibt, wären ja die Miner nicht mehr motiviert weiter zu schürfen. Das bedeutet, dass keiner mehr Lust hätte, seine Rechenleistung dem Netzwerk zur Verfügung zu stellen.
It is strange, yes. I thought that too. At some point I abandoned the Claymore and started WinMiner just to see in the command prompt that… its using Claymore 9.7 Beta. It connected and started mining from the WinMiner pools. In a few hours I tried again the newest Claymore and it connected to mine ETH.
The concept behind cryptocurrencies like Ethereum and Bitcoin is that individuals generate and transfer them, without the reliance on any central authorities like governments or traditional banks. The appeal of cryptocurrency, at least in part, is that you can use a PC for mining. Ethereum, as well as many other cryptocurrencies, use memory hard-hashing methods, which is why having one of the best mining GPUs with a decent amount of graphics memory is needed.
If you plan on using more than 3 GPUs you’ll need PCIe Risers. These will allow you to connect the graphics cards to the motherboard without attaching them directly to the motherboard. Think of these as PCI extension cords to the motherboard.
The page needs a lot of information and how is work and how it works the fees in the chat sometimes the people help you. Give a chance. But if you have afraid, then you need to learn to code and have a very good hardware (from 2,000 to 3,000 dollars) and you can do it for yourself. But remember the 99.99% of the people love the practical and easy.
There is a fourth possibility; which is that I missed the AMD driver update which fixed the speed problems for RX cards. I will do some more research and update the article. Thanks for pointing out the error though.
If you have a GPU with 2GB of memory and receive the following error: “Allocating/mapping single buffer failed with: clCreateBuffer(-61). GPU can’t allocate the DAG in a single chunk. Bailing.” You can try setting the GPU_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT environment variable to 100 by running in the command line the following command before the miner: SET GPU_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT=100 to see if it will fix the problem.
If you have problem with this and you think this modification is not ethical. I have to say if Claymore didn’t make milions dollars monthly of your 1-2% fees I would have agreed but in this case NO I don’t think this is problem.
The Bitmain S9 is composed of 189 ASIC chips. The total hash rate (mining speed) of the S9 is roughly 12 to 14 TH/s (terahashes per second). CPUs were only able to do a few MH/s (megahashes per second).
Note : one may say “sounds weird to me, why hashing etc ?” Well, this is the Proof-of-Work paradigm, which solves the issue of “consensus”. For example, Zcash’s algorithm was introduced in a paper called Asymmetric Proof-of-Work Based on the Generalized Birthday Problem.
The next step is to setup pool mining, as solo-mining is unlikely to make you any Ethereum unless you have a warehouse full of GPUs. Your first step will be to choose an Ethereum mining pool. There are plenty to choose from but we recommend Nanopool or Etheremine. The home page or help section of a mining pool site most likely contains instructions on how to mine on their pool using the popular Claymore miner.  
@high110 everything is going perfectly except ethminer says JSON-RPC problem. Probably couldn’t connect. Retrying in 1… forever. And geth won’t mine with more than 1 GPU with the -mine option. – anon58192932 Oct 1 ’16 at 5:36
Geth is the program that communicates with the Ethereum Network and acts as the a relay between your computer, its hardware and the rest of the ethereum network computers so if a block is mined by another computer your Geth program will pick it up and then pass on the new information onto your GPU or CPU for mining.
I think the release of ethereum asic miners going into Q2 illustrates that a PoS Ethereum network is still extremely distant. Otherwise I don’t see why Bitmain would invest money and time into these miners.
Decide on which service you will like to use for your wallet, and sign up to it. I’ve created a Poloniex account, as I plan on doing some trading with the Ether I mine to try and further increase my profits. Make a note of your address. It should look something like this: 0x7b5eff562ee17b9e27a7af6afc26944266c8b025.
“- Memory overclock DOES NOT AFFECT ANYTHING. Don’t listen to what anyone says. I put my memory clock on msi afterburner slided way to the left, down to the minimum, and it does not affect anything in the lease. Those who claim it does are looking at 1-5 minute samples, not weekly averages like me. ”

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