“Motherboard für Ethereum Mining”

“Motherboard für Ethereum Mining”

Most people think that Linux is a more stable operating system or because it’s so lightweight, that it better, it can have more GPU support (Windows 10 supports 12 GPU now) and should be a better option for 24/7 mining. It would seem logical, but it isn’t:
And with all this heat comes the need for cooling solutions. The computers are going to need fans inside them and on most components plus the room itself will need sufficient cooling so the ambient temperature is not too high and so that system components do not overheat and/or break. All this additional cooling is going to consume a lot more electricity and also create a whole lot of noise.
Ethereum uses a different hashing algorithm to Bitcoin, which makes it incompatible with the special hashing hardware (ASICs) developed for Bitcoin mining. Ethereum’s algorithm is known as Ethash. It’s a memory-hard algorithm; meaning it’s designed to resist the development of Ethereum-mining ASICs. Instead, Ethash is deliberately best-suited to GPU-mining.
On the GPU side, we are going to use the Claymore miner. Claymore has a long-standing reputation for optimizing miners and this miner speaks for it. It improves the hashing rate considerably and that is why we are going to take the time to download and use this miner as well. The genoil miner only works for pool mining and with AMD graphic cards. This miner charges a 2.5% developer fee. Every hour the miner mines for the developer during 90 seconds. However, the performance increase is well worth the fee charged. If you don’t agree with the dev feem, don’t use this miner
Installed Mine.bat file in main folder and at startup. However, the last line, C:\windows\system32>ethdcrminer64.exe -epool…. , will not execute. States this file is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program of batch file. Why is this ethdcrminer64.exe file not found? Seems to be pointing to windows\System32 folder. Stuck in Mobile with the Memphis Blues again.
Es ist nicht einfach, professionelles und profitables Bitcoin Mining zu betreiben. Das bedeutet, dass es aufgrund der hohen Komplexität für das Finden neuer Blocks wirtschaftlich nicht mehr sinnvoll ist mit eigener Hardware nach Bitcoins zu schürfen – zumindest nicht mit den aktuellen Hardware- und Stromkosten (in Deutschland).
Der Plan, mit dem Ethereum auf Proof of Stake umsteigen möchte, ist elegant. Zunächst, während der Metroplis-Ära, sollen Mining und Staking noch parallel fahren. Die Staker werden dafür einen “Caspar” Vertrag benutzen, in den sie Ether einschließen und mit dem sie Blöcke validieren. Zugleich wird das Timing der Blöcke weiterhin durch den Proof of Work, also die Miner, bestimmt.
There are two types of mining hardware: CPUs and GPUs. GPUs boast a higher hash rate, meaning they can guess puzzle answers more quickly. At time of writing, GPUs are now the only option for ether miners.
Du kannst statt in den Fond doch auch direkt in die entsprechende Kryptoiwährung investieren, ohne sie zu minen. Brauchst halt ne wallet. Ist aber definitiv ein höheres Risiko als die volatilsten Fonds…
Most efficient algo remains Groestlcoin which now includes segwit. And no marketing for some reason. Devs seem more hobbiests than promoters as a ton of development and zero exposure. No Barry’s batting that ball.
I am now finally mining away! I’m going to finish up these instructions and complete the guide. Hope this has helped someone out there. If I’ve helped at all (or you just wanna be a good sport), up-vote us little Steemits!
Never underestimate the power of the Radeon RX 400 series. The Radeon RX 480 is not only the cheapest GPU in this list, it is also easily the most economic GPU. This card has a hash rate of 25 MH/s while only drawing 150 W at max load. You’ll make over $700 USD annually per card! Comparitively to the RX 580, this card is an awesome Ethereum miner!
Hardware 1:1 halte ich für ein Gerücht. Gehe mal von 80% für die Grakas aus und für den Rest noch weniger. Der Engpass müsste mit steigender Difficulty, sinkendem Profit und sinkender Nachfrage nach Grakas bald Geschichte sein.
Remember that every node in the network holds a copy of the transaction and smart contract history of the network, in addition to keeping track of the current ‘state’. Every time a user performs some action, all of the nodes on the network need to come to agreement that this change took place.
We recommend any groups handling large or important transactions to maintain a voluntary 24 hour waiting period on any ether deposited. In case the integrity of the network is at risk due to issues in the clients, we will endeavor to publish patches in a timely fashion to address the issues. We will endeavour to provide solutions within the voluntary 24 hour waiting period.
I believe the binaries no longer download from there. I got to this link: geth.ethereum.org/downloads from what I assume is their github page: github.com/ethereum/go-ethereum – runamok May 26 ’17 at 17:59
I see a lot of people are having this same problem. I believe that something must have changed in the new version of Claymore which is causing this error. Can you perhaps install an older version of Claymore?
In order to mine correctly, we’re going to need to run two programs. The first is ethminer, which talks to your GPUs and does all the hashing work. The second is geth, which talks to the network and keeps up-to-date with the blockchain. Ethminer is written in C++ and comes from the project cpp-ethereum, whereas geth is written in Go and comes from the project go-ethereum. We’ll talk about installing both, and then follow up with how you’ll run each together.
The reality is that the threat of a likely switch to Proof of Stake is whats making it uneconomic for anyone to produce asics, as you know in advance they would have a limited lifetime, and the cost of creating the asic is so high ($millions!) you’d want to know you could have a profitable run for awhile, with the switch to PoS, you wont get that.
Motherboard:  You’ll need a little luck and possibly some magic or a custom UEFI to find a motherboard that supports six to seven video cards. The Intel Z87 and Z97 chipsets for LGA1150 processors offer a pretty good bang for the buck as they are being cleared out to make room for the newer Intel Z170 and Z270 motherboards for the LGA1151 processors. Our favorite board right for GPU mining is the MSI Z170A GAMING PRO CARBON as it has the ability to run SEVEN GPU’s at a time when using the latest UEFI for $129.99 on Amazon. That board is starting to get hard to find, so alternatives would be the newer ASUS PRIME Z270-A at $139.99 shipped or the MSI Z170A Gaming M5 for $149.99 shipped. People are actually mining with eight video cards on the ASUS PRIME Z270-A motherboard thanks to an M.2 to PCIe 3.0 x4 adapter than can be had for $8.95 shipped. The ASUS Prime Z270-P for $105.99 shipped also works with 8 GPUs if you use two of the M.2 to PCIe 3.0 x4 adapters.
almohtarif, if you are solo mining you need to first hit a block and then you will have a local balance available, but with that low hashrate solo mining is literally pointless. If you are pool mining you should check your stats on the pool, based on the pool payout minimum and timeframe it will again take some time before any coins are sent to a local wallet.
   EthDcrMiner64.exe -epool us1.ethpool.org:3333 -ewal 0xD69af2A796A737A103F12d2f0BCC563a13900E6F.YourWorkerName -epsw x -dpool “http://siamining.com:9980/miner/header?address=3be0304dee313515cf401b8593a0c1df905ed13f0adaee89a8d7337d2ba8209e5ca9f297bbc2&worker=YourWorkerName” -dcoin sia
Wer als Individuum zu schürfen beginnt, sollte sich anhand des Schwierigkeitsgrades (Difficulty) einem Mining-Pool anschließen, um effektiver arbeiten zu können. Grundsätzlich definieren Hashrates die Rechenleistung jeder GPU, CPU. Je niedriger sie ist, desto weniger Strom wird verbraucht. Hochleistungsgeräte sind wahre Energiebündel, deshalb muss deren höherer Verbrauch in jede Kalkulation mit einbezogen werden.
Important: The combination of the password you just used to create this address *and* the associated encrypted key file is what gives you control over your new wallet address. If you lose either of these, you’ve also lost control of your wallet and all of the coins associated with it—and there is literally nothing that anyone will be able to do to help you. Remember your password, and keep multiple backups of your key file(s)!
You have said that dagger requires a lot of memory per thread. How much per thread? And will ethereum, by default, use all threads of an i7? I have specifically upgraded my memory for ethereum. I have 20 Mb right now. Could go up to 32 Mb.
These days, you really can’t go anywhere without hearing about Bitcoin or another cryptocurrency. Bitcoin took off in a huge way in 2017, and it doesn’t look like it’s going to be slowing down anytime soon – the value just keeps climbing. So, it really isn’t surprising that in 2018, everyone is going to want a piece of the action. If you’re thinking about diving into Bitcoin or Ethereum mining, it would be wise to shop for one of the best mining GPUs you can buy today.
An ASIC can be pre-manufactured for a special application or it can be custom manufactured (typically using components from a “building block” library of components) for a particular customer application.
Once installed, your node can ‘talk’ to other nodes, connecting it to the ethereum network. In addition to mining ether, it provides an interface for deploying your own smart contracts and sending transactions using the command line.
Brilliant explanation work, now I comprehend why Claymore’s miner works so well. If I ever get appointed to one of Vitalik’s recently metioned “Ethereum courts” any virtual violations will be dismissed automatically.

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