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How To Setup Awesome Miner For Nvidia & Amd

How To Setup Awesome Miner For Nvidia & Amd

How To Setup Awesome Miner For Nvidia & AMD This how-to is intended for people with moderate computer prowess. Awesome Miner can be configured for AMD GPU and nVidia GPU mining with ease. CPU mining takes more effort and will be a future article. The free version allows two workers only and does group multiple GPUs under the same profile. Meaning if you have multiple AMD GPUs or multiple nVidia GPUs they would be under the same worker.If you had an AMD GPU(s) and an nVidia GPU(s) they would be separate workers and not shared. If you would like to mine with two types of GPUs and a CPU you will need to purchase the standard edition for ~$35 USD. You can download Awesome Miner directly from their download page . You only need to download the Awesome Miner Installer for this article. The only other software you will need is a Bitcoin Wallet. I recommend Exodus.io for Bitcoin wallet. You can also mine directly to an exchange. Awesome Miner comes configured with several different pools.Each pool requires either a bitcoin wallet address or logging into the pool website for setup.The pools that use Bitcoin addresses typically do not require logging in.To access your mining information on that pools website you only enter your Bitcoin address.This is the easiest setup if you only want payout in Bitcoin.For simplicity I recommend starting with Bitcoin payout and do your homework for alternate coins and how to change the command line if you desire pool payout in alternate coins. Nicehash : Requires Bitcoin wallet (Currently down) Mining Pool Hub : Requires login for account setup (Bitcoin wallet or other coin wallet required for payouts) For mining and payout with alternative coins this pool is my reccomendations Custom Pools: Requirements specific to pool terms and conditions. Y Continue reading >>

Gpu Mining - Ethereum, Z-coins And Other Alt-currency Mining

Gpu Mining - Ethereum, Z-coins And Other Alt-currency Mining

Be specific with your title. Posts with titles such as "Mining Advice" or "ASUS GTX1070?" will be removed. Please retitle. Asking about general ROI / "Is Mining Worth It?" posts will be removed unless it hasn't been asked in a while, generally a week or two, at the descretion of moderators. Same as #2 for asking general "What Should I Mine?" See sidebar for links, including profitability calculator(s). Novice troubleshooting questions should first consult the sidebar, notably the many guides and the EtherMining WIKI link first. If your question is easily answered there then your question will be removed. All troubleshooting questions must include your pertinent rig information, including but not limited to these 7 factors: GPU, mobo, PSU, OS, risers, mining software, overclocking specs. No selling of your used equipment is permitted. See Simple Questions Thread. Do not just post a list of components asking for suggestions. Do not just give a budget asking for suggestions. If you are promoting a certain website, coin, pool, etc and have affiliation with that product, please disclose it. You will otherwise be banned for supposed shilling at the descretion of moderators. Please do your own legwork before looking for handouts. We are a helpful community but are not the place for hand-holding new miners through every step of the process. See the multitude of intro guides for that. Similarly, simple questions belong in the "Simple Questions" monthly thread. As always, keep posts professional and civil. Extensive trolling, profanities and trash posts will not be tolerated. Continue reading >>

Solo Vs Pool Mining With A Gpu

Solo Vs Pool Mining With A Gpu

Currently I'm using 1 r9 380 card with 20 MH. I've only been mining for 3 days straight (72hours). I used the Mining Calculators from Etherscan and Cryptocompare. While these sites calculate it will take me approximately 1 month to solve a block for 5 Ether on this single card, with the exponential rate of difficulty increasing is it futile to mine solo? Should I just jump into the adult swim (mining pool) for at minimum some payout in finney? Or should I expect some finney payout in my 20 mh solo mining efforts at least once a week if not daily? Basically I'll never see a single amount in my wallet , not even a penny ('finney') because the pools collectively out pace a 20 mh card (or even a 45mh rate for that matter if I added crossfire). To answer my question please also include the 'reward' process for solo mining. These calculators are not descriptive enough and I have yet to find a Q&A to this delimma. short answer too, that will take the exact opposite stance as @nicolas-massart ;) in the long run you'll be always better off mining solo, ever because you get uncles and pay no fees pool mining reduces your variance, period. this reddit post is quite interesting, it's basically @vitalik-buterin asking as to why people mine in pools. It's not true for all pools but most of them don't pay you uncles : that substracts to your gains.It's almost true for all pools, there is a fee that substracts to your gains too This reddit post is full of useful information and documented with tacit knowledge. Every novice should read this for sure. 01infiniti May 31 '16 at 17:06 Yes but this is not very clear if pool or solo wins... except for decentralization (but I guess most miners are mining for money before any other reason). Nicolas Massart Aug 16 at 7:38 Short answer : don't t Continue reading >>

White Paper Ethereum/wiki Wiki Github

White Paper Ethereum/wiki Wiki Github

Introduction to Bitcoin and Existing Concepts The concept of decentralized digital currency, as well as alternative applications like property registries, has been around for decades. The anonymous e-cash protocols of the 1980s and the 1990s were mostly reliant on a cryptographic primitive known as Chaumian Blinding. [8] Chaumian Blinding provided these new currencies with high degrees of privacy, but their underlying protocols largely failed to gain traction because of their reliance on a centralized intermediary. In 1998, Wei Dai's b-money [9] became the first proposal to introduce the idea of creating money through solving computational puzzles as well as decentralized consensus, but the proposal was scant on details as to how decentralized consensus could actually be implemented. In 2005, Hal Finney introduced a concept of reusable proofs of work, [10] a system which uses ideas from b-money together with Adam Back's computationally difficult Hashcash [11] puzzles to create a concept for a cryptocurrency, but once again fell short of the ideal by relying on trusted computing as a backend. In 2009, a decentralized currency was for the first time implemented in practice by Satoshi Nakamoto, [1c] [1d] combining established primitives for managing ownership through public key cryptography with a consensus algorithm for keeping track of who owns coins, known as "proof of work." The mechanism behind proof of work was a breakthrough because it simultaneously solved two problems. First, it provided a simple and moderately effective consensus algorithm, allowing nodes in the network to collectively agree on a set of updates to the state of the Bitcoin ledger. Second, it provided a mechanism for allowing free entry into the consensus process, solving the political problem of Continue reading >>

An Efficientethereum Mining Guide Fornewbies

An Efficientethereum Mining Guide Fornewbies

An EfficientEthereum Mining Guide forNewbies Ethereum, the worlds second biggestcryptocurrency by market capital, exhibited massive growth in 2017, as its price increased by more than12,000%, rising from$7 inJanuray, 2017 toaround $860 towards the end of 2017.Interestingly enough,cryptocurrency enthusiasts and technical analysts believe that Ethereum has the potential to grow even more than $1350 in 2018. As such, Ethereum would be a great coin to mine in 2018, especially fornewbies, given the fact that it is ASIC resistant, so you can mine it with your CPU or even better, with a GPU mining rig. Throughout this article, we will take a look at the best mining hardware available today for mining Ethereum. We will also present you with the best Ethereum mining pools. The Best Equipment to Create aTop NotchEthereum Mining Rig: To set-up an efficient Ethereum mining rigI recommend using the following equipment: (Note: the models of equipment presented here are just examples that have been proven to be efficient as per the authors experience.) 1-Power supply: Get a Corsair CP-9020139-NA HX1000 1000W 80 Plus Platinum High Performance Power Supply. If you dont want to use Corsairs power supply, choose another model but make sure it hasapower of at least 1000 Watts, so that it can efficiently power the graphic cards of yourethereummining rig. 2-Motherboard:Get an ASUS PRIME Z270-P LGA1151 DDR4 USB 3.0 motherboard. If it is out of stock, make sure to purchase a motherboard that is compatible with deployment of 6 graphic cards. 3-CPU: Get an Intel Dual Core G3900 2.8 GHz 2M Cache CPU . You dont need a more powerful CPU. If you go for another CPU model, just make sure that it is compatible with your motherboard. 4-6 Graphic cards: Get 6 GigabyteGeForce GTX 1080 G1 Gaming GigabyteG Continue reading >>

Useless Ethereum Token

Useless Ethereum Token

The world's first 100% honest Ethereum ICO. You're going to give some random person on the internet money, and they're going to take it and go buy stuff with it. Probably electronics, to be honest. Maybe even a big-screen television. Let's be honesteveryone's tired of ICOs. They get hyped up for weeks, and then they launch and clog up the Ethereum network for days, Coinbase goes down for a while, and then investors see the new tokens lose most of their value. This ICO is going to be different. The UET ICO transparently offers investors no value, so there will be no expectation of gains. No gains means few investors, few investors means few transactions, and few transactions means no Ethereum network lagnot to mention no depressing posts on /r/ethtrader about people losing all their savings! I learned all about Ethereum smart contracts and Solidity over a weekend so I could launch this ICO. Most of the smart contract contract code is copied from GitHub and Stack Overflow posts, so it should be pretty much right right? Also, I definitely didn't have any smart contract experts look at the contract before I launched it. I mean, why bother? All the other ICOs go through weeks of auditing and they still end up with bugs and vulnerabilities in their contracts. Unlike with every other token sale on the market, I can guarantee here and now that the value of UET will not (in fact, can not) reduce during or after the ICO. Since these tokens aren't worth anything to start with, there's nowhere to go but up! But rememberthis is a completely honest ICO, which means I don't want anyone to mistakenly expect the value of the tokens to go up, either. They're called Useless Ethereum Tokens for a reason. The UET crowdsale has finished. Thanks to everyone who contributed! (Regardless of th Continue reading >>

What's The Best Pool For E Eth Mining To Join? - Ethermining

What's The Best Pool For E Eth Mining To Join? - Ethermining

What's the best pool for e ETH mining to join? Congratulations, you won the most low effort thread of the day award. I'm here because I have the same question, I came hoping to find some helpful answers and opinions. It wouldn't make sense to look for this particular advice on some Wiki that might not have been updated for months. I limited my Google search to "past month" and this was one of the top results. I come here and the only response is some bullshit snide/unhelpful comment? Truly pathetic, I'll keep searching and hope to find a recent discussion on this topic where people are actually helpful. Continue reading >>

Claymore's Dual Miner - Ethereum & Ethereum Classic Dual Mining Dcr,sia,lbry,pasc - 1st Mining Rig

Claymore's Dual Miner - Ethereum & Ethereum Classic Dual Mining Dcr,sia,lbry,pasc - 1st Mining Rig

Few days ago i was showing you how to mine Ethereum Classic (ETC) and what miner to use, also my recommendation was Claymores Dual Miner .. you may ask why claymore? it has developer fees etc.. well.. like no other miner Claymores miner has the dual mining feature and the fees are very minimal 1% .. basically you can mine two coins at the same time. For example you can mine Ethereum (ETH) or Ethereum Classic (ETC) and Decred (DCR), Siacoin (SC), LBRY Credits (LBC) or (new added) PascalCoin (PASC) at the same time without altering ETH / ETC hashing speed at all.. with just a little more power usage you can earn even more, but there will be another 1% dev fees for using the dual mining feature. #2 mining pool fees 1%, a total of 3% in fees. In this tutorial i will show you how to mine Ethereum / Ethereum Classic and Decred, Siacoin, LBRY Credits or the newly added PascalCoin with Claymores Dual Miner! With Claymores Dual Miner you can mine Decred (DCR), Siacoin (SC), Lybr (LBC) as secondary altcoin. Lets say you have a RX 470 4gb rig and your hashing speed for Ethereum and Ethereum Classic is 22.xx Mh/s per card at stock settings, then the hashing speed for the other three coins will be *Note that this numbers are reports from different users, soon i will test myself the hashing speed with rx 470 4gb and the numbers will be updated Before to get started with the tutorial showing you how to mine Decred, Siacoin or LBRY Credits as secondary coin along with Ethereum and Ethereum Classic using Claymores Dual Miner, make sure you have the best hardware for your mining rig, if you dont have one yet and you plan to build one, here is the best configuration Mining Ethereum Classic (ETC) only configuration: I will use again ethermine for ETC but this time the url is different, he Continue reading >>

11 Top Responses From Andreas Antonopoulos' Reddit Ama

11 Top Responses From Andreas Antonopoulos' Reddit Ama

11 Top Responses from Andreas Antonopoulos' Reddit AMA Jan 17, 2015 at 18:02 UTC|UpdatedJan 18, 2015 at 12:32 UTC It's no secret that social networking website Reddit is a hub for many in the bitcoin community. While some bitcoiners may stick strictly to the r/bitcoin subreddit, there's another part of Reddit that has become famous in its own right: 'Ask Me Anything' (AMA) threads. AMAs are great opportunities for anyone with an interesting story - ranging from Barack Obama to Bill Gates - to field questions from the community of redditors and provide candid responses that often can't be found in the traditional press release culture of mainstream media. A number of prominent figures in the bitcoin industry have already done AMAs: Gavin Andresen , Jeff Garzik, Patrick Murck , and now another big name can be added to that list - Andreas Antonopoulos. Antonopoulos is widely regarded as a trusted voice in the industry, and as such he recently authored a new book ' Mastering Bitcoin ,' which was published last month by O'Reilly Media. To promote the book, Antonopoulos took to Reddit as the latest influencer in bitcoin to host an AMA. Here are the top 11 responses: On the cause of bitcoin's recent price drop: On why 'average' people should use bitcoin: On the first (and last) thing he bought with bitcoin: Featured image via Tom Sharkey for CoinDesk; Screenshots via Reddit The leader in blockchain news, CoinDesk is a media outlet that strives for the highest journalistic standards and abides by a strict set of editorial policies . CoinDesk is an independent operating subsidiary of Digital Currency Group, which invests in cryptocurrencies and blockchain startups. Continue reading >>

New Maxhash Ethereum Mining Pool Launched - World's First Jackpot Reward System For Miners! + Much More : Ethermining

New Maxhash Ethereum Mining Pool Launched - World's First Jackpot Reward System For Miners! + Much More : Ethermining

Announcing the official launch of the MaxHash Ethereum Mining Pool! Team MaxHash today has unveiled it's latest mining pool launch on the Ethereum network. World's first Jackpot reward system - 1 lucky miner every week! Pool developers have loaded 0.1ETH into the Jackpot system to get it kickstarted Welcome to MaxHash. The premium Ethereum mining experience. Operated by a team of blockchain and server administration experts and run on professional dedicated servers worldwide with 24/7 monitoring. We provide an enterprise grade service backed by responsive native English speaking support and a friendly community. Crypto Currency mining is no longer just a hobby for IT professionals, it's now a booming industry for people from all walks of life. So why settle for amateur mining pools run from somebody's bedroom? Mine with the pro's at MaxHash! Tired of poorly operated pools with a lot of downtime? No help or support when you need it? Paying high fee's for an inadequate service? Give MaxHash a try! Our mission is to achieve the best possible payouts, enhance the mining experience, and do so in an efficient and transparent manner. Maxhash pools are highly optimized and hosted on dedicated high performance servers currently in 2 locations (US & EU) that are fully DDOS protected. Low Uncle/Orphan rates due to lightning fast gigabit network connectivity resulting in low propagation times. Select your closest server and compare ping times against other pools! (Tier 1) VARFEE system that only takes a fee when pool is profitable for miners. Unlike pools who take a constant fee from miners even when the pool is performing badly! Promotions to put the fun back in mining and make it more interesting for our miners. Check out our Block Finders Bounty and Jackpot bonus programmes. Ex Continue reading >>

Eth + Pascal Or Eth + Sia Coin ?

Eth + Pascal Or Eth + Sia Coin ?

I build my first mining rig, and started to mine with Nanopool. I'm quite satisfied at the moment, but I was wondering, if it more worth to mine Ethereum + Pascal or Ethereum + Sia Coin ? I tried out both , and Pascal seems to be a bit more profitable, but on Nanopool I can see most of the people are mining Eth + Sia , and not Pascal ! Does one of those 2 coins look better for the future ? If you want the cards to last for a long time it will limit their use on dual mining. however if you want mining in dual mode my council is eth/etc + decred So if I plan to let my Rig run for a year or more, it's better to mine only ETH or ETC ? So that my GPU lasts longer ? I'm quite new to mining so good advices are always welcome If you want the cards to last for a long time it will limit their use on dual mining. however if you want mining in dual mode my council is eth/etc + decred Is this an actual thing? I have never heard that dual mining is any worse on your gpus. I was under the impression that only reason you can dual mine Eth with a select number of other altcoins was because the algorithms have minimal overlapping in what they demand from your GPUs. I think it can not harm to cards if temperature and fan is fine. If you go not more than 70c and 70% fan speed, all is good. Fan speed dont damage card by it self, if u run it at 100% on dirty env. u prolly gona have to change one or two fan sometime. Dual mining put your GPU on stress but if u dont tweak on voltage ( cant on 1xxx series ), and stay at max 70c you are on specs usage so no prob at all. My GPU's are 4x NVIDIA 1060 GTX 6GB (from ZOTAC) Two GPU's are around 70 c but the two other are around 76c and 78c , do you think it will cause problems on the long term ? I had to install MSI Afterburner, to make then fans tur Continue reading >>

6 Ethereum Classic Mining Pools Worth Checking Out

6 Ethereum Classic Mining Pools Worth Checking Out

6 Ethereum Classic Mining Pools Worth Checking Out 6 Ethereum Classic Mining Pools Worth Checking Out One thing many seem to forget is that Ethereum no longer has an immutable blockchain, which is kind of the whole point of the blockchain. When the Ethereum network split into ETH and ETC, Ethereum itself became amutable fork of the original blockchain, whereas Ethereum Classic is still the original chain as it was created many years ago. A lot of people have taken a liking to Ethereum Classic lately, and they are looking for good mining pools. Below are some of the options certainly worth checking out. The Coin-Miners Ethereum Classic mining pool operates on the PPLNS scheme. They base payouts on the pay-per-last-1000-shares scheme, which means users will be compensated fairly for their contributions. It does appear this pool struggles to gain traction among miners, though, as it has no active online miners according to the site statistics. This makes it ideal for new users to start mining here and help decentralize ETC mining in the process. If there is one mining pool nearly all cryptocurrency enthusiasts are familiar with, it isSuprnova. The mining pool has always supported popular cryptocurrencies, and Ethereum Classic is no exception. Unfortunately, the pool shows no hashrate for ETC mining right now. Even so, it is certainly a mining pool worth checking out by new ETC users, sinceSuprnova has a solid reputation in the cryptocurrency community. MinerGate has quickly become a household name forcryptocurrency miners. The pool also supports Ethereum Classic, among other popular cryptocurrencies. In fact, their ETC pool is currently hashing away at around 8GH/s, and rewards miners based on the PPLNS scheme. This is quite common among mining pools these days. Consideri Continue reading >>

Cex.io Scam Or Not?

Cex.io Scam Or Not?

CEX.IO was one of the first Bitcoin trading platforms to appear. It was founded in London in 2013 as a BTC exchange and cloud mining provider. Its mining pool known as Ghash.io was so big it held 42 percent of the total network mining power at some point. Ghash.io has closed its operations in 2015 and CEX.IO continues to operate solely as a Bitcoin exchange. Users from all around the world can trade on the platform, as the company provides services in 99 percent of the countries and 25 states in the USA. Verification process on CEX.IO is very simple, and the exchange offers a detailed Verification guide to get the users familiar with the process. Theres always someone from the support to answer the questions posted below the guide, which is a great alternative to opening tickets. Requirements for Identity verification are following the industry standards: Personal information (name, gender, date of birth, place of birth, address and a phone number) Government-issued document (ID card, passport, drivers license) Proof of residency (utility bill with the users name and address or a bank statement) The verification process doesnt take long, and it can take up to 24 hours. When it comes to trading, there are four different account types on CEX.IO with the following limits: Verified $10,000 per day and $100,000 per month What makes the CEX.IO different from the competition is the ability to deposit funds with the payment cards. Similar to the identity verification, the exchange has a Payment card verification guide with detailed instructions and a how-to video. When the card is verified, users can deposit or withdraw the money in all supported currencies. You can see the limitations for deposits and withdrawals here . The exchange has payment restriction policies for the fo Continue reading >>

A Beginner's Guide To Monero (buying, Trading, Mining)

A Beginner's Guide To Monero (buying, Trading, Mining)

Last updated on October 16th, 2016 at 03:54 pm In the wake of Moneros recent adoption by the Alphabay and Oasis Darknet markets and the subsequent price explosion, Monero is undeniably the markets preferred choice of anon coin, or anonymity-focused cryptocurrency: TradingView Monero (market symbol: XMR) chart, priced in US Dollar(-pegged crypto, Tether). Note that (inside) traders were buying XMR before news of its DNM adoption became known and selling it before the exit scam became known XMR is perfect for insider trading. 99 Bitcoins previously recommended Monero as a reliable option for obscuring the trail of your Bitcoin spending and we stand by that. If youre thinking of getting involved in Monero, this guide covers the coins history, features and future prospects in detail. Later sections are dedicated to the practicalities of trading and mining Monero. command line & GUI (multiple implementations) command line & experimental GUI (limited implementations) Following its launch in April 2014, Monero has progressed, slowly and steadily (for most of its history), to claim its place among the major cryptocurrencies: CoinMarketCap ranking for September 20th, 2016 Moneros volume is 3rd highest across the board. Monero has long played the tortoise rather than the hare, at least until XMR jumped up and started sprinting in August of 2016. As endless competing coins fuelled more by hype and speculation than any real innovation or utility fell by the wayside, Monero plodded along. The Monero developers and community focused on perfecting and upgrading their code to ensure reliable anonymity, paying little heed to cosmetic factors. As a result, Monero long remained unnoticed and undervalued by the crowd, over-shadowed by less technically impressive and ethically-unquestionab Continue reading >>

The Best Pools To Mine Ethereum 2018

The Best Pools To Mine Ethereum 2018

The mining of Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies will continue to be profitable for a long time, and it is likely that after having solved the first challenges (hardware selection, equipment assembly, etc.) you will ask what is the next step.If you have decided to mine this cryptocurrency and have the necessary equipment, the next thing to do is join an Ethereum mining group (ormining pool). The mining pools are simply groups of miners who work together to extract Ethereum.Joining a group helps reduce the volatility of rewards by providing smaller and more frequent payments instead of a lump sum you only receive when a block is resolved. Joining a mining group of Ethereum and combining your resources with other miners will help you see the results faster and get a faster return on your investment. When choosing a mining group, it is important to join one with low rates that provide reliable returns.You should also consider the location of the cluster server when you decide which is best for you.To obtain the best results, you must choose a server that is close to your geographical location.This will reduce the latency times and improve the mining performance of the equipment. In this article, we highlight the best Ethereum mining groups at the moment so you can decide with certainty which one to join. If you decide to join a group, then it is important to choose the right group that meets your mining expectations, as well as understand the different payment methods and how they will affect your earnings. Without going too deep into the technical aspect, the reward system used by a mining group is divided into two basic methods: PPLNS and PPS. 1. PPS means payment per share (Pay Per Share).This means that eachSharethat mines has a specific value for the Ethereum mining Continue reading >>

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