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Author Topic: OFFICIAL CGMINER mining software thread for linux/win/osx/mips/arm/r-pi 4.11.1  (Read 5805345 times)
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November 11, 2017, 06:24:31 PM
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my cgminer flashes and disappears, what is causing this?

YOU are causing it by not supplying more Information like: What Version do you use, or under what kind of
Operating system you tryed it and so fort.

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paused: passthrough for solo.ckpool.org => stratum+tcp://rfpool.org:3334
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November 14, 2017, 12:26:46 AM
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Hi friends
I m not sure that I am  at the right   place  but could you please confirm that

this thread belongs to the cgminer which is used for D3 Antminer units of Bitmain ?

if so , We ( thousands of people ) are in  trouble with this shitty units,  because of low profitability, we also looking for a solution to additional algorithms via firmware update .

Could you share your professional toughts regarding  if adding algo's to D3  is possible or not ?

There is another thread about that , also an change.org campaign still ongoing
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Code:
cgminer -o stratum+tcp://solo.ckpool.org:3333 -u 3E2m8V8dQvSQDJMHQD5dcCHM5AhYQDP6ti.0 -p x -D -T -P --verbose
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.340] Started cgminer 4.10.0                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.340] USB scan devices: checking for GSX devices                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.340] RES: thread starting                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for BSC 10c4:ea60 but found 8087:0024 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for BSD 10c4:ea60 but found 8087:0024 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for BSE 10c4:ea60 but found 8087:0024 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for GSC 10c4:ea60 but found 8087:0024 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for GSD 10c4:ea60 but found 8087:0024 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for GSE 10c4:ea60 but found 8087:0024 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for BSC 10c4:ea60 but found 1d6b:0002 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for BSD 10c4:ea60 but found 1d6b:0002 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for BSE 10c4:ea60 but found 1d6b:0002 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for GSC 10c4:ea60 but found 1d6b:0002 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for GSD 10c4:ea60 but found 1d6b:0002 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for GSE 10c4:ea60 but found 1d6b:0002 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for BSC 10c4:ea60 but found 5986:02d5 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for BSD 10c4:ea60 but found 5986:02d5 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for BSE 10c4:ea60 but found 5986:02d5 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for GSC 10c4:ea60 but found 5986:02d5 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for GSD 10c4:ea60 but found 5986:02d5 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for GSE 10c4:ea60 but found 5986:02d5 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for BSC 10c4:ea60 but found 0a5c:21e6 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for BSD 10c4:ea60 but found 0a5c:21e6 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for BSE 10c4:ea60 but found 0a5c:21e6 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for GSC 10c4:ea60 but found 0a5c:21e6 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for GSD 10c4:ea60 but found 0a5c:21e6 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for GSE 10c4:ea60 but found 0a5c:21e6 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for BSC 10c4:ea60 but found 147e:2020 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for BSD 10c4:ea60 but found 147e:2020 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for BSE 10c4:ea60 but found 147e:2020 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for GSC 10c4:ea60 but found 147e:2020 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for GSD 10c4:ea60 but found 147e:2020 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for GSE 10c4:ea60 but found 147e:2020 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for BSC 10c4:ea60 but found 8087:0024 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for BSD 10c4:ea60 but found 8087:0024 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for BSE 10c4:ea60 but found 8087:0024 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for GSC 10c4:ea60 but found 8087:0024 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for GSD 10c4:ea60 but found 8087:0024 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for GSE 10c4:ea60 but found 8087:0024 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for BSC 10c4:ea60 but found 1d6b:0002 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for BSD 10c4:ea60 but found 1d6b:0002 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for BSE 10c4:ea60 but found 1d6b:0002 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for GSC 10c4:ea60 but found 1d6b:0002 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for GSD 10c4:ea60 but found 1d6b:0002 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for GSE 10c4:ea60 but found 1d6b:0002 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.506] GSX looking for BSC 10c4:ea60 but found 0480:a00c instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] GSX looking for BSD 10c4:ea60 but found 0480:a00c instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] GSX looking for BSE 10c4:ea60 but found 0480:a00c instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] GSX looking for GSC 10c4:ea60 but found 0480:a00c instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] GSX looking for GSD 10c4:ea60 but found 0480:a00c instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] GSX looking for GSE 10c4:ea60 but found 0480:a00c instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] GSX looking for BSC 10c4:ea60 but found 2109:0812 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] GSX looking for BSD 10c4:ea60 but found 2109:0812 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] GSX looking for BSE 10c4:ea60 but found 2109:0812 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] GSX looking for GSC 10c4:ea60 but found 2109:0812 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] GSX looking for GSD 10c4:ea60 but found 2109:0812 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] GSX looking for GSE 10c4:ea60 but found 2109:0812 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] GSX looking for BSC 10c4:ea60 but found 2109:0812 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] GSX looking for BSD 10c4:ea60 but found 2109:0812 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] GSX looking for BSE 10c4:ea60 but found 2109:0812 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] GSX looking for GSC 10c4:ea60 but found 2109:0812 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] GSX looking for GSD 10c4:ea60 but found 2109:0812 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] GSX looking for GSE 10c4:ea60 but found 2109:0812 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] GSX looking for BSC 10c4:ea60 but found 1d6b:0003 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] GSX looking for BSD 10c4:ea60 but found 1d6b:0003 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] GSX looking for BSE 10c4:ea60 but found 1d6b:0003 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] GSX looking for GSC 10c4:ea60 but found 1d6b:0003 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] GSX looking for GSD 10c4:ea60 but found 1d6b:0003 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] GSX looking for GSE 10c4:ea60 but found 1d6b:0003 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] GSX looking for BSC 10c4:ea60 but found 2109:2812 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] GSX looking for BSD 10c4:ea60 but found 2109:2812 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] GSX looking for BSE 10c4:ea60 but found 2109:2812 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] GSX looking for GSC 10c4:ea60 but found 2109:2812 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] GSX looking for GSD 10c4:ea60 but found 2109:2812 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] GSX looking for GSE 10c4:ea60 but found 2109:2812 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] GSX looking for and found BSC 10c4:ea60                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] USB lock GekkoScience 3-17                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] RES: GekkoScience (3:17) lock=1                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] USB res lock GekkoScience 3-17                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.507] RES: GekkoScience (3:17) lock ok=1                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.742] USB init, iManufacturer mismatch - BSC device 3:17                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.742] Found GekkoScience vs bitshopperde                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.743] USB free BSC                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.743] USB init, kernel attached ... - BSD device 3:17                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.743] USB init, kernel detached ifinfo 0 interface 0 successfully - BSD device 3:17                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.744] USB init, iManufacturer mismatch - BSD device 3:17                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.744] Found GekkoScience vs bitshopperde                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.744] USB free BSD                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.744] USB init, kernel attached ... - BSE device 3:17                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.744] USB init, kernel detached ifinfo 0 interface 0 successfully - BSE device 3:17                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.745] USB init, iManufacturer mismatch - BSE device 3:17                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.745] Found GekkoScience vs bitshopperde                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.745] USB free BSE                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.745] USB init, kernel attached ... - GSC device 3:17                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.745] USB init, kernel detached ifinfo 0 interface 0 successfully - GSC device 3:17                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.746] USB init, iProduct mismatch - GSC device 3:17                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.746] Found 2Pac BM1384 Bitcoin Miner vs Compac BM1384 Bitcoin Miner                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.747] USB free GSC                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.747] USB init, kernel attached ... - GSD device 3:17                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.747] USB init, kernel detached ifinfo 0 interface 0 successfully - GSD device 3:17                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.751] USB init - GSD device 3:17 usbver=0110 prod='2Pac BM1384 Bitcoin Miner' manuf='GekkoScience' serial='GS-10015422'                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.751] GSD 0: Found at 3:17                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.756] GSD 0 TX: 84 00 00 11                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.758] USB: GSD0 read1 buffering 5 extra bytes                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.758] GSD 0 RX: 13 82 90 00 1e                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.758] GSD 0 RX: 13 82 90 80 01                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.860] GSD0: GetResults (amt=0 err=-7 ern=11)                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.860] GSD 0 RX bytes(0):                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.860] GSX looking for BSC 10c4:ea60 but found 2109:2812 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.860] GSX looking for BSD 10c4:ea60 but found 2109:2812 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.860] GSX looking for BSE 10c4:ea60 but found 2109:2812 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.860] GSX looking for GSC 10c4:ea60 but found 2109:2812 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.860] GSX looking for GSD 10c4:ea60 but found 2109:2812 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.860] GSX looking for GSE 10c4:ea60 but found 2109:2812 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.860] GSX looking for BSC 10c4:ea60 but found 1d6b:0002 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.860] GSX looking for BSD 10c4:ea60 but found 1d6b:0002 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.860] GSX looking for BSE 10c4:ea60 but found 1d6b:0002 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.860] GSX looking for GSC 10c4:ea60 but found 1d6b:0002 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.860] GSX looking for GSD 10c4:ea60 but found 1d6b:0002 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.860] GSX looking for GSE 10c4:ea60 but found 1d6b:0002 instead                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.860] Pushing sem post to thread 0                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.860] Probing for an alive pool                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.861] GSD 0 TX: 84 00 00 11                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.861] Testing pool stratum+tcp://solo.ckpool.org:3333                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.863] USB: GSD0 read1 buffering 5 extra bytes                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.863] GSD 0 RX: 13 82 90 00 1e                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.863] GSD 0 RX: 13 82 90 80 01                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.965] GSD0: GetResults (amt=0 err=-7 ern=0)                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.965] GSD 0 RX bytes(0):                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.965] Found 2 chip(s) on GSD 0                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.965] GSD 0: set frequency: 100.00 [07 83]                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.965] GSD 0: Ticket mask set to 1                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.966] GSD 0 TX: 82 07 83 1c                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.966] GSD 0: sending chain inactive for 2 chips                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.967] GSD 0 TX: 85 00 00 0f                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.968] GSD 0 TX: 01 00 00 19                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.969] GSD 0 TX: 01 80 00 16                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.969] Waiting on sem in miner thread                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:44.969] Popping work from get queue to get work                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:45.035] Succeeded delayed connect                    
 [2017-11-07 08:18:54.969] Waiting for work to be available from pools.                    
 [2017-11-07 08:19:44.867] No servers were found that could be used to get work from.                    
 [2017-11-07 08:19:44.867] Please check the details from the list below of the servers you have input                    
 [2017-11-07 08:19:44.867] Most likely you have input the wrong URL, forgotten to add a port, or have not set up workers                    
 [2017-11-07 08:19:44.867] Pool: 0  URL: stratum+tcp://solo.ckpool.org:3333  User: 3E2m8V8dQvSQDJMHQD5dcCHM5AhYQDP6ti.0  Password: x                    
 [2017-11-07 08:19:44.867] No servers could be used! Exiting.        
MOD EDIT: Put into code tags.
Please put large pastes like that into code tags.

Still no sign it has ever actually communicated with the pool on any level, not even connected any sockets to it. You have some kind of communication issue from that hardware.

I have tried three different computer with same outcome.
Finally ran a tshark (tcpdump) to see what's is happening under the hood.  It showed that connection was made and acknowledged (SYN,ACK). However any attemtp to send anything out was unsuccessful.  Packet 78 is first send of application message. After that tcp just attempts to re-transmit with no success


71 3.877631087  192.168.1.5 → 192.168.1.1  DNS 75 Standard query 0xe5ac AAAA solo.ckpool.org
   72 3.882185545  192.168.1.1 → 192.168.1.5  DNS 91 Standard query response 0xc602 A solo.ckpool.org A 45.59.68.74
   73 3.882196693  192.168.1.1 → 192.168.1.5  DNS 103 Standard query response 0xe5ac AAAA solo.ckpool.org AAAA 2620:1e6:100:1605::2
   74 3.882387769  192.168.1.5 → 45.59.68.74  TCP 74 53646 → 3333 [SYN] Seq=0 Win=29200 Len=0 MSS=1460 SACK_PERM=1 TSval=43058896 TSecr=0 WS=128
   76 3.947492607  45.59.68.74 → 192.168.1.5  TCP 66 3333 → 53646 [SYN, ACK] Seq=0 Ack=1 Win=30660 Len=0 MSS=1460 SACK_PERM=1 WS=256
   77 3.947518279  192.168.1.5 → 45.59.68.74  TCP 54 53646 → 3333 [ACK] Seq=1 Ack=1 Win=29312 Len=0
   78 3.947579495  192.168.1.5 → 45.59.68.74  TCP 124 53646 → 3333 [PSH, ACK] Seq=1 Ack=1 Win=29312 Len=70
   81 4.213632376  192.168.1.5 → 45.59.68.74  TCP 124 [TCP Retransmission] 53646 → 3333 [PSH, ACK] Seq=1 Ack=1 Win=29312 Len=70
   88 4.481618688  192.168.1.5 → 45.59.68.74  TCP 124 [TCP Retransmission] 53646 → 3333 [PSH, ACK] Seq=1 Ack=1 Win=29312 Len=70
   95 5.017606259  192.168.1.5 → 45.59.68.74  TCP 124 [TCP Retransmission] 53646 → 3333 [PSH, ACK] Seq=1 Ack=1 Win=29312 Len=70



If anyone is interested, after spending countless hours with this I have finally been able to make it work. The solution was to connect over VPN.
It appears that somewhere in the loop between my host and the pool the traffic was being filtered. Damn!!!
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November 14, 2017, 12:31:46 AM
Last edit: November 14, 2017, 03:42:02 AM by NotFuzzyWarm
 #16684

Hi friends
I m not sure that I am  at the right   place  but could you please confirm that
this thread belongs to the cgminer which is used for D3 Antminer units of Bitmain ?

if so , We ( thousands of people ) are in  trouble with this shitty units,  because of low profitability, we also looking for a solution to additional algorithms via firmware update .

Could you share your professional toughts regarding  if adding algo's to D3  is possible or not ?

There is another thread about that , also an change.org campaign still ongoing
Er, sorry to say this but Bitmains continual blatant rip-off of -ck's CGminer and their violation of Open Source License requirements makes them persona non-Gratia here. Of course final word on this I'm sure will be forthcoming from -ck himself...

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the D3 is an ASIC-based miner right? If it is all it can ever mine is the same algo that DASH uses. It's literally hard-wired into the chips. Same applies to Bitcoin miners - all they can ever mine is BTC and the few other SHA256 alt coins.

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I m not sure that I am  at the right   place  but could you please confirm that

this thread belongs to the cgminer which is used for D3 Antminer units of Bitmain ?

if so , We ( thousands of people ) are in  trouble with this shitty units,  because of low profitability, we also looking for a solution to additional algorithms via firmware update .

Could you share your professional toughts regarding  if adding algo's to D3  is possible or not ?

There is another thread about that , also an change.org campaign still ongoing

Bitmain and anything not bitcoin has nothing to do with me. Go seek help from those morons.

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I m not sure that I am  at the right   place  but could you please confirm that

this thread belongs to the cgminer which is used for D3 Antminer units of Bitmain ?

if so , We ( thousands of people ) are in  trouble with this shitty units,  because of low profitability, we also looking for a solution to additional algorithms via firmware update .

Could you share your professional toughts regarding  if adding algo's to D3  is possible or not ?

There is another thread about that , also an change.org campaign still ongoing

Bitmain and anything not bitcoin has nothing to do with me. Go seek help from those morons.


fuck bitmain. Thousands have lost money because of them. We certainly know they will never do anything to fix this mess. We are just  trying to find any way to recover investment. .
I believe that nearly all D3 owners will pay for multialgo miner willingly.
Most people say this is ( adding more algo to D3)  impossible. I just need to hear  this  from a  professional

https://www.change.org/p/https-twitter-com-bitmaintech-d3-antminer-firmware-update-for-additional-mining-algorithms?recruiter=831205993&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=copylink&utm_campaign=share_petition&utm_term=share_petition

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fuck bitmain. Thousands have lost money because of them. We certainly know they will never do anything to fix this mess. We are just  trying to find any way to recover investment. .
I believe that nearly all D3 owners will pay for multialgo miner willingly.
Most people say this is ( adding more algo to D3)  impossible. I just need to hear  this  from a  professional
As I've already said, I don't know anything about other algorithms and am not interested in working on anything besides bitcoin I'm afraid.

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fuck bitmain. Thousands have lost money because of them. We certainly know they will never do anything to fix this mess. We are just  trying to find any way to recover investment. .
I believe that nearly all D3 owners will pay for multialgo miner willingly.
Most people say this is ( adding more algo to D3)  impossible. I just need to hear  this  from a  professional

https://www.change.org/p/https-twitter-com-bitmaintech-d3-antminer-firmware-update-for-additional-mining-algorithms?recruiter=831205993&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=copylink&utm_campaign=share_petition&utm_term=share_petition
Again, -ck's main point: CGminer is not for mining altcoins. Just SHA256 coins. Primarily of course BTC You want alts, go to the altcoin areas to find alt mining software and sympathetic souls.

Beyond that once again, if the D3 is using ASIC's then all they can EVER do is mine said altcoin or some other one that uses the exact same algo. ASIC-based miners cannot be reprogrammed. Period. End of story. (don't know what D3 uses as I don't mine alts) If they are actually using scrypt processing chips maybe they can be re-purposed but that is strictly between you and their maker.

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ok. it is clear now.

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Hey, guys, I want to buy asic usb miner 330 mh/s. And now it will make $28 per 24 hours. Is it possible? Maybe some of you have it and get the same result?
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Hey, guys, I want to buy asic usb miner 330 mh/s. And now it will make $28 per 24 hours. Is it possible? Maybe some of you have it and get the same result?

You paid for it?
 if it makes 28$ in your lifetime consider yourself lucky Smiley

0.01200$/month assuming it uses no electricity, which is roughly true as it runs from a single USB port

https://www.cryptocompare.com/mining/calculator/btc?HashingPower=330&HashingUnit=MH%2Fs&PowerConsumption=0&CostPerkWh=0

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Hey, guys, I want to buy asic usb miner 330 mh/s. And now it will make $28 per 24 hours. Is it possible? Maybe some of you have it and get the same result?

You paid for it?
 if it makes 28$ in your lifetime consider yourself lucky Smiley

0.01200$/month assuming it uses no electricity, which is roughly true as it runs from a single USB port

https://www.cryptocompare.com/mining/calculator/btc?HashingPower=330&HashingUnit=MH%2Fs&PowerConsumption=0&CostPerkWh=0

Not yet, but I want to buy, it cost $30-40 on ebay
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Hey, guys, I want to buy asic usb miner 330 mh/s. And now it will make $28 per 24 hours. Is it possible? Maybe some of you have it and get the same result?

You paid for it?
 if it makes 28$ in your lifetime consider yourself lucky Smiley

0.01200$/month assuming it uses no electricity, which is roughly true as it runs from a single USB port

https://www.cryptocompare.com/mining/calculator/btc?HashingPower=330&HashingUnit=MH%2Fs&PowerConsumption=0&CostPerkWh=0

Not yet, but I want to buy, it cost $30-40 on ebay
$30-$40 too much.

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Hey, guys, I want to buy asic usb miner 330 mh/s. And now it will make $28 per 24 hours. Is it possible? Maybe some of you have it and get the same result?

You paid for it?
 if it makes 28$ in your lifetime consider yourself lucky Smiley

0.01200$/month assuming it uses no electricity, which is roughly true as it runs from a single USB port

https://www.cryptocompare.com/mining/calculator/btc?HashingPower=330&HashingUnit=MH%2Fs&PowerConsumption=0&CostPerkWh=0

Not yet, but I want to buy, it cost $30-40 on ebay

Maybe. So, how I understand it can mining only bitcoin? Or  ethereum too?
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Hey, guys, I want to buy asic usb miner 330 mh/s. And now it will make $28 per 24 hours. Is it possible? Maybe some of you have it and get the same result?

The only way to make $28 from that is to sell to some poor schmuck for $28.

Where are you guys getting this bad information??  You tube if I had to guess.

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Hey, guys, I want to buy asic usb miner 330 mh/s. And now it will make $28 per 24 hours. Is it possible? Maybe some of you have it and get the same result?

The only way to make $28 from that is to sell to some poor schmuck for $28.

Where are you guys getting this bad information??  You tube if I had to guess.

I don't understand the $30ish ebay market price. They are worthless considering you can get a 2pac for $80 which can run at 15 g/h. You would think people could figure it out with a little research but I guess not.
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The same places they 'learn' from to think that Bitcoin is a general term for any crypto coin so any altcoin they hear of is 'Bitcoin'. Makes ya wanna smack'em in the back of the head at times...

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Please I am complete mining novice. I have tried severally to mine with my pc but no avail. Please what do I need to install to be able to do this?
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November 15, 2017, 01:47:28 PM
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Please I am complete mining novice. I have tried severally to mine with my pc but no avail. Please what do I need to install to be able to do this?

you now need a several Ths ASIC miner to mine.

CPU/GPU/USB miners are a thing of the past if you want to make some money.

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I wouldn´t say that USB miners are the past. Like I see it there is no profitable way to mine bitcoin any more.
If you want to keep it simple try a gekkoscience 2 pac. It´s an USB miner with an overclocked hashrate of 15 Gh/s. I think thats pretty good for a USB miner. If you want to make a little more bitcoins you need a real mining machine. But then you have to consider the power consumption. I have running two 2 pacs with 10 Gh/s with an input power of 25 W. The raspberry pi and the fan included. That is payable.

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