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1  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: SRBMiner-MULTI AMD & CPU Miner 0.8.0 on: October 02, 2021, 07:14:29 PM
any help for this error ? i have two 3900x rigs that constantly crash after like 5 mins of mining , my other rigs run fine

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all 4 boxes and the same spec wise ddr3200 to 3600 same bios Asus prime etc

any ideas ?
2  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Number 9! Ninth altcoin thread. Back to the moon Baby! on: March 23, 2021, 05:22:52 AM
Back before hardware wallets or Electrum or MyEtherWallet I just did it the old fashioned way and used a paper wallet. Went to that bitcoinaddress website, saved it offline, doubled checked the hash on the offline computer. Then I created about a hundred different addresses, made each private key encrypted with a password that would take millions of years to crack. Bought a $20 printer at Walmart, printed out a few copies, then destroyed that printer office space style.

Then would send everything to one address, and when I need to spend it I would send to wherever I need to send it and the change would go to the new address. It was very time consuming however I didnt mind because I knew it wasn't possible to get hacked in any shape or form that way.

Years later I realised that I didn't need to keep destorying $20 printers when the private key was encrypted anyways. But the printer was cheap. They were like $10 each plus a $10 environment fee.

Those were the good old days...
a keylogger is the biggest fear to the software wallets if the trezor solves this by forcing an manual click of a button to withdraw or speend funds on metamask that would be good but the ledger hardware wallet hack has soured me on these
3  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Number 9! Ninth altcoin thread. Back to the moon Baby! on: March 23, 2021, 05:20:06 AM
It takes a while for a hardware wallet to arrive, plus you have the issue where your private information can be stored on a database that gets hacked later like with Ledger.

Your best bet is to download Electrum. Find an old laptop you never use. Rip out the Bluetooth and Wifi module from it. Install Electrum on both your online and offline computer. Use the old laptop to sign your transaction. The online computer will only be a watching only address.

If you don't have BTC and only ETH, then you can do the exact same thing with MyEtherWallet. Just download it and run it offline and use the "Offline Helper" tool to create offline transctions. You can do this on ETH and any of the tokens. This way your crypto will never get stolen.

Ordered Trezor at the start of January and got it last week, there is some delay and post isnt working very well now. Just my experience.
I have been using BRD (Iphone) for moving btc, i feel its quite safe but risk is always there.


hardware wallets have an additonal attack surface thier software on top of intergration with metamask etc for defi
i just use the software wallet and never store my private key digitally
4  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: ETH network hashrate going to the moon!!!! on: February 07, 2021, 11:24:37 AM
Good call here. I added a lot of gear in the July to October timeline.

It's amazing, back there eth was just 200 usd, now is 1700 usd, bull market is really crazy, bear market is as crazy, soon everything will crash hard again just like in 2018. So my advice is to sell eth and dont look back, yeah it could keep increasing in price but for now it has a very high chance to crash to 200 usd again and then the bear market will start again. Do not assume eth or cryptcoins will go up forever or it will stay at the current price, crypto market has cycles and the bear cycle is almost upon us. Do not end up holding the bag, in 2018, coins crashed 95% or 20 times its all time high price.
lol this isnít even close to 2017 , we were close to 1 till market cap bCk then this more of a recovery after three years of bear market in crypto.  when eth doubles its ath or maybe even triples it then we will be in full time bull market mode

But for miners profits on eth are reaching what they were in 2017

The new gear uses less power.
and Eth fees are stupid high .

over 90 %

I get 190.22% at via btc

so an Eth coin for me is like 1.9022 x 1639 =3117

hashrate is 369 th it was 156 in  dec 2017

coins were 1300 in 2017


2017.  2021
1300.  1639.   price
156.     369.    hash
 3.5        2.     watts per mh


125%.  192%  via btc payout

3.3.     3.1.    block size is almost equal due to fees

So we are getting closer to 2017

my lone nvidia 3070  makes over 6.60 a day
my lone nvidia 3060 makes over 6.60 a day
my 3 nvidia 3080 make over 29.00 a day
my lone 3090 makes over  12.25 a day

6 cards earn more than 54 a day
those are crazy numbers for six cards what?! is that after power?
5  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: This is the MOST PROFITABLE Bitcoin miner you can still buy! Including BCH & BSV on: February 07, 2021, 09:22:32 AM
forum is dying because mining is dying lol

Alt coin mining is whaling.

Eth has been smoking firecracker hot.
What i meant to say is small time mining or mid to small farms are still on borrowed time.  Once eth goes pos and or these huge chinese farms get thier 30xxx orders filled out the mining profits will be back in the toilet and mining will be dead again so from the perspective of going forward long term its really going into the nice hobby zone , just wait on it
6  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: ETH network hashrate going to the moon!!!! on: February 07, 2021, 09:15:25 AM
Good call here. I added a lot of gear in the July to October timeline.

It's amazing, back there eth was just 200 usd, now is 1700 usd, bull market is really crazy, bear market is as crazy, soon everything will crash hard again just like in 2018. So my advice is to sell eth and dont look back, yeah it could keep increasing in price but for now it has a very high chance to crash to 200 usd again and then the bear market will start again. Do not assume eth or cryptcoins will go up forever or it will stay at the current price, crypto market has cycles and the bear cycle is almost upon us. Do not end up holding the bag, in 2018, coins crashed 95% or 20 times its all time high price.
lol this isnít even close to 2017 , we were close to 1 till market cap bCk then this more of a recovery after three years of bear market in crypto.  when eth doubles its ath or maybe even triples it then we will be in full time bull market mode
7  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: This is the MOST PROFITABLE Bitcoin miner you can still buy! Including BCH & BSV on: February 05, 2021, 07:28:35 PM
forum is dying because mining is dying lol
8  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: [Awesome Miner] - Powerful Windows GUI to manage and monitor up to 200000 miners on: December 26, 2020, 11:41:48 AM
I have a rig that loses a card every week or so and needs to be rebooted , why doe the miner keep mining even when watchdog fails with 1 card down

do i have to benchmark it to force it to reboot ?
Thanks for your question.
The exact behavior will depend on the mining software you are running. Some of them will stop mining if they consider a GPU to not be working.

What you can do from an Awesome Miner point of view is to configure a rule with a trigger called "Device Count". If you have the same number of GPU's in all mining rigs, you can specify to trigger when below a specific number.

In case the number of GPU's are different per miner - each miner can be configured with the expected number of devices in the Managed Miner Properties, Advanced section. The trigger can be configured to compare with the expected number of devices configured on the Managed Miner.

The rule action can be set to "Miner command" where you can select Reboot.
thanks for reply the rule won't work beace the card stays active but is mining at 0 , I'll look into the mining software option I can only use phoniex and I don't know the settings for that
thanks
9  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Sudden Ethash hashrate drop on 1070/1080ti @ Win 7 64, 8 Gb sys ram on: December 26, 2020, 03:09:56 AM
I have the same issue for a long time and until now I can't find any solution yet.

It's fixed with latest Gminer. Thanks arielbit!

Oh it seems it's already fixed with gminer what driver you currently use?

Let me try gminer thanks.



Opppsss.... I tried today it seems the problem still the same with low hashrate...

What driver you currently use? Can you share your bat file I just want to try your settings?


drivers are 430.86, 451.67 and 460.89 all of these works

my .bat is very basic

Quote
miner.exe --algo ethash --server asia1.ethermine.org:4444 --user yourETHaddress.workername

you might be using 4gb system ram, make it at least 6gb .....this issue was already long ago too when it slowed my 1080ti, this might be your issue.

its not the ram i do have a 16 gig ram

might have something to do with page file ? 1070 only gets 25 m/s with 500 mem boost and 80% power it used to get 31 , 1070 Ti is unaffected
I also tried gminer same deal
10  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: [Awesome Miner] - Powerful Windows GUI to manage and monitor up to 200000 miners on: December 26, 2020, 03:06:34 AM
I have a rig that loses a card every week or so and needs to be rebooted , why doe the miner keep mining even when watchdog fails with 1 card down

do i have to benchmark it to force it to reboot ?
11  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Are the Nvidia 3000 Series the BEST GPUs for MINING EVER?! RTX 3070, 3080, 3090 on: December 26, 2020, 12:40:42 AM
power use is way too high for that hash ,3060ti and 5700 are better
12  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Asic LINZHI 2600 Mh/s on: December 26, 2020, 12:39:04 AM

Only 4.4GB RAM, door stopper in few months.

Linzhi dumping its gear after self-mining for an year I guess.
Isn't it more profitable to add memory and continue mining? Why can't these ASICs be made with 6 or 8 GB memory for yourself?
itís impossible see et E3 you have to desolder ram chips bank by bank would take ages, 128 solder spots or something per board
13  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Asic LINZHI 2600 Mh/s on: December 26, 2020, 12:37:49 AM
Also a lot depends on Your power cost.

Say these exist you pay and wait 100 days.

They go out and build newer  versions with your money.

Maybe three to five units with 6 or 8 gb.

Takes them a month . They now mine with the one you paid for for 70 days. And have multiple improved models added with the cash. So what happens. They score.

Only mentally ill people would buy this. Unless it was three day ship time.

Besides it is 12000 usd plus shipping and maybe trump r
Tax to usa. Makes it a 15k item that does not show up until april.

AMD 5700xt is say 400 you can get 30 for 12k and do 1500 hash for 3000 watts.

All on warranty. 3000 in cash left over. Pays for 30000 kwatts of ten cent power.

You use 120 kwatts a day with 30 5700xt units. So your power would be paid for 250 days.

I purchased three 5700xts this week for 1200. I know I can get 30 by the 1st of feb.
why buy 5700s anymore, wait for 3060 ti to become comin stock , i know hasrate and power is close i guess
14  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Sudden Ethash hashrate drop on 1070/1080ti @ Win 7 64, 8 Gb sys ram on: December 26, 2020, 12:34:06 AM
had this issue for months accorosd multiple 1070 rigs all 8 gig cards makes no sense
15  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Asic LINZHI 2600 Mh/s on: December 24, 2020, 09:41:25 AM
From Coindesk:

The Ethereum networkís directed acyclic graph (DAG) Ė a component of Ethereumís PoW algorithm called Ethash Ė stands at just under 4 gb, while each Linzhi Phoenix only has a 4.4 GB memory. The incumbent A10, on the other hand, can house between 6 and 8 gigabytes, F2 Pool says.


So, it only has 4.4GB.. Its been mining for years then if that's the case, they wouldn't build that in 2020 with that small amount of RAM.
they tipped their hands with the 4.4 gig ram lol, these machines are years old obviously
16  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Asic LINZHI 2600 Mh/s on: December 22, 2020, 09:58:40 AM
I will write the latest information from the telegram (this information may be rumors !!)

ASIC name: LINZHI Phoenix E2600M
Price: RMB 84,000 (12840 dollars)
Sales date: March - April 2021


Follow the information on the Internet, or do you think this video is fake?

This is fake, you will see it. Or you see a link in the video to the manufacturer page or something else? Telegram informations make it real for you?
I follow the information on the internet and i find nothing!
https://www.yahoo.com/finance/news/linzhi-begins-rollout-long-awaited-201547061.html
 you were saying? these machines are real lol and they are not new they are only selling them because they have two little ram and eth is going pos , three year delay gimme a break

these were the machinesítestedí sometime last year on etc during the 51 % attack, probably in coordination with the big e3 farms whuch is why etc has kicked those bad actors of thier network.  Im definitely passing on these lol
17  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: Asic LINZHI 2600 Mh/s on: December 21, 2020, 08:42:47 AM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ylsW0wjssI&feature=emb_title
GPU Killer for ETH Mining

2600 Mh/s at 3 Kilowatts (overclocking 2700 Mh/s)




27 RTX 3080 video cards or 50 RTX 3060ti video cards or 50 RX 5700XT video cards or 90 RX 580 video cards



Great news for happy buyers RTX 3080 over 1400 dollars

i think we knew these exsisted a while back when these machines were used to attack etc, why in gods name do they have so little ram lol
18  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: My own Experience / Profit / ROI with ASIC Antminer E3's from the past 25 months on: December 15, 2020, 12:12:00 AM
the real question is how much eth could you have bought over the months when eth was $100 to - $150 instead of running your asics and rigs ? $8000 could have bought 800 eth lets say 700 x 600 thats $420k lol and im not even factoring in shipping.  All hes trying to tell you is u think u make money making what $15k but just buying eth at the lows would have crushed what u made buying those asics x20
asics and gpus are a hobby thing now , the time and effort setting up monitoring shipping etc isnít worth the reward like back in 2016

OMG .. OMG  Grin Cheesy Wink Smiley Shocked
I really feel sorry for this kind of guys ... they really have some very basic math issues ...

Shhh ... hes an anti-mining troll, who missed out on the mining boom bigtime, has major fomo, and now goes around trying to justify it on various mining threads/posts, so he can sleep better at night . Just ignore him.
lol im not anti mining , i already said i mine as a hoby , $8000 plush shipping electrical  hookups storable space etc you probably over 12k all in ill re math this since you donít get the point of the post its around 50k profit from waiting till it hit $600. thats still 5x more than you genius investment

no one cares if you mine have at it, but donít pretend youíre doing better than people who just buy an hold , and now with the e3 you will have some expensive paperweights come january.  Gpu miners tend to sell thier gear before they get obsolete but thats way harder for asic users since the secondary market is so small.

Forget to mention i sold all my E3's in September this year , kept only 3 Smiley and guess what ? after 2 years of usage i sold them over or around 800$ each , I paid 800$ for my E3's 2 years ago Smiley thats sound like a "genius investment"  Grin for me Smiley
BTW , my GPU farm are way bigger than my asic farm ever was Smiley

So my real investment per 10x Antminer E3 is 13028$ what i paid for power over that 25 months i used them Smiley
When i got my E3's or we can say when i invested into E3's, the ETH price was over 400$ (2018 summer), then in that year August price started to fall , and by December the price was under 100$ ... The difficulty from 2018August till 2018 Christmas went from 3.5xxxx to 2.2xxxx . Lot of miners turned off they rig , bc the negative price change .. so miners who kept they rig running was able to earn more ETH Smiley

There is how much time (hours) need it in 2018 for my 10 E3 to mine 1 ETH : Clearly can see how the difficulty change affected the time , what need to mine 1 ETH with 10 Antminer E3 ... From here you can see how much ETH i mined in a month in the end of 2018.... this is for 10 Antminer E3 ... 
In my first post i calculated my numbers with 170MH/s average hashrate/miner usually pool side reporting was over 170MH/s per miner ...





smart to sell in september, i feel for the poor bastards that bought your paperweights, they cost $900 or so with shipping im sure you didnít get over $200 for them still a nice investment but i still would rather hold crpto than buy gear atm.  To make it worse with yeild farming the profitablity from just holding and farming tokens crushes mining even more.
19  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: My own Experience / Profit / ROI with ASIC Antminer E3's from the past 25 months on: December 12, 2020, 10:26:28 PM
the real question is how much eth could you have bought over the months when eth was $100 to - $150 instead of running your asics and rigs ? $8000 could have bought 800 eth lets say 700 x 600 thats $420k lol and im not even factoring in shipping.  All hes trying to tell you is u think u make money making what $15k but just buying eth at the lows would have crushed what u made buying those asics x20
asics and gpus are a hobby thing now , the time and effort setting up monitoring shipping etc isnít worth the reward like back in 2016

OMG .. OMG  Grin Cheesy Wink Smiley Shocked
I really feel sorry for this kind of guys ... they really have some very basic math issues ...

Shhh ... hes an anti-mining troll, who missed out on the mining boom bigtime, has major fomo, and now goes around trying to justify it on various mining threads/posts, so he can sleep better at night . Just ignore him.
lol im not anti mining , i already said i mine as a hoby , $8000 plush shipping electrical  hookups storable space etc you probably over 12k all in ill re math this since you donít get the point of the post its around 50k profit from waiting till it hit $600. thats still 5x more than you genius investment

no one cares if you mine have at it, but donít pretend youíre doing better than people who just buy an hold , and now with the e3 you will have some expensive paperweights come january.  Gpu miners tend to sell thier gear before they get obsolete but thats way harder for asic users since the secondary market is so small.
20  Alternate cryptocurrencies / Mining (Altcoins) / Re: My own Experience / Profit / ROI with ASIC Antminer E3's from the past 25 months on: December 11, 2020, 09:49:16 PM
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See how this discussion got, you started attacking me just because you have nothing to counter argument me, so when this happens, I just let it go, this discussion did not need to get to this level, have a nice day.

Im not attacking you ! Im telling you my own experience ... But for some reason you just can not imagine mining is can be profitable , but you need to understand what to sell when , what mining hardware to buy when ...
Im not attacking you , but you probably dont want to understand i was talking about that 15 months you blaming ... actually 25 months mining experience with Bitmain ASIC's E3's including your 15 months Smiley
This is my own experience as a miner , not someone who reading between lines all over the internet and reposting things in this forum.
So you attacked me , so i got into defense position ...  Grin

I mined ETH from 2016 .. yes i sold some in the end of 2017 Smiley you can tell me i did not make any profit ... i know exactly what i made with mining , even with just a few GPU's in 2016 ...
I wish i got into this when the same thing happened with bitcoin .. i started my bitcoin mining adventure when BTC was around 300$ ...
Im still a believer ... and history repeating itself ... sold some coin again when ETH was over 600$ not to long ago ...

Choice is always yours , but i dont like , and i dont think its right, when someone without any real mining experience trying to be way to smart and attacking someone with real mining experience ...

the real question is how much eth could you have bought over the months when eth was $100 to - $150 instead of running your asics and rigs ? $8000 could have bought 800 eth lets say 700 x 600 thats $420k lol and im not even factoring in shipping.  All hes trying to tell you is u think u make money making what $15k but just buying eth at the lows would have crushed what u made buying those asics x20

asics and gpus are a hobby thing now , the time and effort setting up monitoring shipping etc isnít worth the reward like back in 2016
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