Imagine if all the money miners spend on buying new ASIC rigs would go directly into the purchase of bitcoins. Imagine also if all the cost associated with operating mining farms would be virtually eliminated and therefore greatly reducing amount of bitcoins miners have sell to keep operating.
That is effectively one of the things ETH 2.0 is bringing to the table. It will also result in lower issuance, a rapid increase in network scaling. This is a very exciting development for cryptocurrencies as a whole, and if the implementation is successful there are a lot of reasons to believe it will catapult Ether's price. If you are a maximalist (on either side of the fence), please consider hedging your investment. It is a responsible approach specially when dealing with a highly speculative and volatile asset class. Cheers!
11-13 15:42 - 'Sold out of B*CH at high and want to use the proceeds to buy an ASIC to help make sure this crap never happens again. What’s the best ASIC for mining BTC that’s around $1k?' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/trivial_sublime removed from /r/Bitcoin within 5-15min
08-13 15:22 - 'You could donate some to a charity you believe in. You could buy ASIC mining equipment and mine more BTC to get richer. You could invest in some other businesses (restaurant, store, etc) or stocks. Or you could Buy gold and I w...' by /u/jefechi removed from /r/Bitcoin within 21-31min
''' You could donate some to a charity you believe in. You could buy ASIC mining equipment and mine more BTC to get richer. You could invest in some other businesses (restaurant, store, etc) or stocks. Or you could Buy gold and I would highly recommend buying silver right now. Also, you could help me pay my college tuition which is $1500 that financial aid won't cover :( College fund: 1MMKbYv3yqx1m4RNwEjA5VYjR7tqCjp5vr :D ''' Context Link Go1dfish undelete link unreddit undelete link Author: jefechi
A week or so ago i finally bought into bitcoin trough an exchange. But id be interested in learning more and see what options there are for mining using my own pc (i have cheap electric) any place or videos that would teach me more of the in depth info about bitcoin?
Hey BitcoinBeginners ! I am new to Bitcoin and don't really understand all this stuff. Basically there is this app I want to buy, but it costs around 15$ in Bitcoin. I was wondering how I could get started Bitcoin mining. I have a mid range gaming GPU and electricity is free. Also, how long do you think it will take to mine 15$ of Bitcoin? Thank you!
Do people profit by mining anymore? If not why do people mine if it is no profit? If mining is profitable then how? I am looking at cost of different asic hardware. Even at bulk prices and with free electricity the online mining reward calculators still show a loss by never recovering the price of hardware. Or in a good situation just a cut even. Is mining on bitcoin now only reserved to the few elitist who manufacture asic machines? The claims that it is profitable because bitcoin value go up is invalid. Because at that case better off to just buy bitcoin and hodl instead of buying asic with it. Or if bought the hardware using bitcoin may never recover costs. How is lack of asic resistance not an issue?
Inspired by the discussion on the cc subreddit (which I won't link to), I have some questions.
These Nakamoto coefficients aren't very comparable. Miners can reassign their hashrate at any time. Hashrate also has an ongoing, real expense. Nano votes can't be reassigned if the network is controlled, and there's no out of band "real" cost to acquire or maintain control. Thus, it's extremely misleading to try and compare these.
I would say that indeed hashrate has an ongoing, real expense so indeed, performing a 51% attack on Bitcoin will cost you on a per hour basis. On the other hand, get a 51% majority of Nano and you essentially block the network for eternity from what I understand. Bitcoin would most likely also collapse in value if a 51% attack was successfully performed, because even if it were to go offline for an hour and just a few doublespends were performed, it would undermine the store of value mantra quite strongly. Some sides notes here are, of course, that getting a 51% majority delegates for Nano is extremely difficult or expensive, as you need to buy up a large percentage of the supply yourself or you need to convince a lot of people to delegate to you, which hopefully only works if you build services that use Nano and therefore, in both cases, you have a vested interest in ensuring the Nano network remains valuable. On the other hand, Bitcoin miners have made large investments in ASICs which means they are strongly incentivized in the same sense, they want the Bitcoin network to remain valuable. Convincing either enough large Nano holders, or large swathes of Bitcoin hash power, would therefore be difficult. However, wouldn't it, generally, not be easier to find hash power outside the large miners currently mining than it would be to find Nano to give yourself a majority? I'm thinking that to get a 51% majority in Nano as said earlier you need to buy up enough of the outstanding Nano, or convince holders with a vested interest in the value of the Nano network. For Bitcoin however, I could rent out a chunk of Amazon's computing power and set up my own temporary mining operation to compete with the mining pools currently available. It would still be expensive, but, I am assuming, less so than taking the Nano option (even with current market caps). Is this a fair comparison? Or am I misrepresenting how easy it would be to get a Nano majority, or misrepresenting how difficult it would be to find alternative hash power to mine Bitcoin? Edit: Comparing to Bitcoin because it has the most hash power, this goes for all PoW crypto.
My personal experience with Innosilicon A10 Pro (6G) 500Mh ASIC ethash miner
EDIT : This is about the 5G version, not the 6G. Hello, Since there is not much consumers tests online about the Innosilicon A10 (Ethmaster) Pro (5G) at 500Mh, I decided to share my personal experience through an "anonymous" account. I bought it around April 2020, arrived in May but for personal reasons I was only able to turn it on this summer :( The A10 costs me 3242 € + 70 € power supply (Innosilicon 1400W Power Supply) + shipping. I will not reveal where I bought it because this is not an ad, but it was through an european ASIC miner reseller. I know Ethereum 2.0 is coming and I'm aware this is a gamble. I would not advise you to buy it now, especially knowing Eth 2.0 is really coming now, DeFi is pushing at the gates and I heard rumors there is a 750Mh version coming up. So, it is my first ASIC miner, I did some ZEC mining with a 4 x 1080Ti mining rig two years go.
EDIT : EthToDoge pointed out in the comments that the A10 isn't an ASIC technically speaking The A10 is basically a box crammed full of laptop GPUs and some custom firmware and made to look like the Bitcoin ASICS. [Check out the comments for more information]
The A10 mining chains reboots itself every 9 hours on average. When the A10 reboots, it goes into an autotuning mode which can take up to 2 hours, but usually around 1h. When in autotuning, it starts at 0Mh and goes to it's full speed after the autotuning, not mining much during this phase because the autotuning mode causes a lot of invalid shares, up to 20% and going down to 3% when tuning is completed. The chains temperature are around 63°C, I don't know if this is the reason of the reboot. I'll try later on to get a better air flow. I fixed the temperature issue I had by placing in a better ventilated location, temperature is now around 53°C but that didn't fixed the reboot issue. miner web interface, you can see the hashrate drop due to the random reboot Performancesettings I tried balanced and factory modes, and I didn't saw much differences in the reported speed. In a near future I'll have a try with theperformancemode but I will monitor the power consumption when trying since the A10 warns me to pay attention to that when I want to enable performancemode in the web interface. The performance mode consumes around 10% to 15% more electricity than the factory mode, without noticing any difference in the hashrate or stability. I didn't had proper tools to measure the power consumption, my A10 was plugged in an UPS and it's load went from 43% usage to 55% so I'm assuming the difference is the extra power consumption. Changing performance settings causes the miner to go into autotuning. Autoupdate The firmware check is working, but I didn't manage to use the autoupdate. I had no problem to manually download the firmware and upload it, so not really a problem. My device:
Type A10L Controller Version g1 Build Date 15th of July 2020 06:13 AM Platform Version a10l_20200715_061347
EDIT : I upgraded to the new firmware a10l_20200901_053652 but that didn't fixed the reboot issue.
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