wafflepool.com - An auto switching scrypt coin mining pool
WafflePool is a multi-coin (scrypt) mining pool. Point your miner to WafflePool with a Bitcoin address as your username, and we take care of automatically mining the most profitable coin at all times, converting the earnings from each coin into Bitcoins, and paying you out in bitcoins! Mining alt-coins and converting to bitcoin is very often orders of magnitude more valuable than mining Bitcoin directly! No registration, no hassles, just point and start getting paid!
Where are the GPU mining rigs that used to mine Bitcoin?
I wonder what happened to GPU mining rigs when ASICs took over the market and Bitcoin mining on GPUs became unprofitable? Let's discuss ! Also, if you were a bitcoin GPU miner or are mining any other crypto with GPUs today then mention your system specs as well !
Best bang for my bucks - are old CPUs ever worth it?
I am looking to build a setup for scientific computing. The calculations I would be running are 100% on CPU and don't require too much memory (a couple GBs typically.) Considering this focus on CPUs, I am wondering how I can maximise the performance while keeping the price of unnecessary parts down. Specifically, I am wondering if it would be possible to utilize multiple discounted CPUs from a couple years ago instead of a single modern CPU. Basically, is there a CPU version of Bitcoin GPU miners which utilize 8+ GPUs? Otherwise, what would be a good cheap motherboard to build multiple nodes from?
Bitcoin miner virus making my gpu use vram doing nothing?
My 3080 is using like 9501 vram at all time doing nothing on desktop. My idle temps are now 140 f when they were at 30 help, i have tried doing malewarebytes rogue killer, rkill, adwcleaner and nothing, still persist.
Litecoin's biggest advantage (and it's not the 2.5 min confirmation)...
Hello all, new to this subreddit, but am officially a litecoin miner as of this week. Find it fascinating and have read a bunch on the whole litecoin vs. other altcoin debates. Watched interviews of Charlie Lee, etc. Just offering my two cents. IMHO, the biggest advantage Litecoin has vs all other altcoins isn't necessarily the block size, the scrypt or the 84 million potential blocks. It's the metaphor. And specifically, that metaphor is "Litecoin is Silver to Bitcoin's Gold." This one turn of phrase is Litecoin's biggest weapon in gaining adoption vs. other altcoins. Why?
a) it's dangerously simple and therefore ripe for broader adoption. Remember, bloggers will not report what they dont understand. Furthermore, they will def not report something their readers won't understand. The silver analogy conveys litecoin's value and potential in a simple and descriptive way.
b) silver is not a substitute for gold, therefore non-threatening. While other altcoins may have the ulterior motive of trying to usurp bitcoin (good luck with that), litecoin's M.O. is to be complementary not competitive. Imagine one day where litecoin is used for smaller, quicker transactions whereas bitcoin is used for larger and more robust transactions. Kind of like using spare cash vs. writing checks (not perfect analogy i know).
c) Finally, everyone knows gold, but what is the second thing that pops into people's minds about gold. Gold rush! And as everyone knows, gold rushes don't last forever, in fact they boom and then bust like any other bubble. What about silver? Has anyone heard of a Silver Rush? I haven't. And I think there's some value in that too, the more democratized mining structure may prove to be more sustainable over the long term albeit less profitable than the first bitcoin miners. Even today people are GPU mining litecoins to eventually convert into bitcoins. Nothing is wrong with this! In fact, it makes both currencies more sustainable and complementary! Let ASICs mine bitcoins, GPU miners will still have a way to contribute via litecoin mining. Specialization of skills/assets makes a whole lot of sense if you ask me.
in any case, TL;DR, i think pushing Litecoin as Silver to Bitcoin's Gold is the key to wider adoption. Good old fashioned marketing. If it resonated with me enough to start mining, i think it will resonate similarly with others.
Can someone help me figure out what drivers to use for my R9 280x Bitcoin GPU miner? Currently running 5 rigs and each ones tends to "prefer" a different driver. I'm using AMD 17.7 on my R9-290x R9-580x Combo / AMD 15.1 on the R9-280x Rig and 18.2.2 on the other R9-280 rig.
[GUIDE][Ongoing] How to Build the Open-Source CUDA 0xBTC Miner on Windows! Step-By-Step.
I will be updating this thread today with new solutions to common problems and more details to make the process smoother. Keep an eye on this thread as I will be editing it with each new revision. Linux build guide coming next (probably tonight). And a simpler guide on how to use the pre-built version. Enjoy, and I appreciate/welcome any feedback! Thanks! My Experiences Building 0xBitcoin GPU miner on Windows 10 x64. Tutorial Version 1 (pre-alpha status, lol) (by: Lt.Tofu [Mag517] on the 0xBitcoin discord. ) You will no doubt have to google a few things, but as I revise this tutorial that number should decrease. Let me know how it can be made more helpful. Note: Your Mileage can, and probably will, Vary! First you'll have to install Git and Node.js (version 8.something). Let me know if you can't find it. You also need to install CUDA. The latest version seems to be fine. Also get any updates that are listed with the main installer package. Make sure you get drivers that play nice with your GPU for mining (google around to find experiences of other miners with your hardware.) Once you install these programs, YOU MUST LOG OUT AND BACK IN to update your PATHs! You're best off restarting after installing CUDA anyway. WARNING: CUDA comes with a graphics driver! If you don't want it replacing your own, uncheck it! Also, DON'T install GeForce Experience, and if you have it, I advise uninstalling it. It might mess with your drivers and can prevent you from setting certain parameters in the nV control panel you might need. Get the latest master from: https://github.com/0xbitcoin/0xbitcoin-gpuminer or clone it (google that) to your disk. Extract it somewhere handy, I'll put it in c:\development\0xbitcoin-gpuminer-master Open an Admin PowerShell (windows key + X, then press A in the menu that appears. You can also select File Menu from the upper left from within your build dir and choose Powershell as Admin.) Navigate to your build directory. cd ../../ cd Development cd 0xbitcoin-gpuminer-master Now you want to run yarn to get the dependencies for the build. But first you need yarn. Do these. npm install yarn (consider doing npm install -g yarn to install it globally for other build dirs.) yarn Now yarn should run and install python and some other goodies. You might also need to do: npm install windows-build-tools Now you will need to set the "magic numbers" to match your GPU. In your favorite text editor, open c:\development\0xbitcoin-gpuminer-master\cpp\hybridminer\cuda_sha3.cu At the very top you should see two #define directives. Change the numeric value in these to match your GPU. Here is mine as an example. I have a GTX960, which has 1024 CUDA cores, so I set 32 for both of these. Which conveniently multiplies out to 1024. I was able to find some starter values by running another miner I had lying around, XMR-STAK, and looking at the nvidia.txt it generates with # of threads, blocks. It was giving 24 and 28 and I adjusted to 32 and 32. I continue to play with these numbers to see if I can eke out extra performance or lower the intensity to make Windows more responsive while mining. EDIT: Better performance on the GTX960 achieved with settings: 128 block size, 36 threads. EDIT2: Maxwell 2nd-Gen GPUs like this can be sped up further by enabling Optimize for Compute in the nV control panel. Might report "access denied" if you have GeForce Experience installed- all the more reason to remove it or not install it. You might also turn "DSR Factors" to 2.00x and see if it helps your mining speed. CUDA and Drivers all installed? Good! Now check your paths. Start Menu, type Environment until you see Environment Variables come up. You can also go to the old System control panel, advanced settings to do this. Verify that there's a CUDA_PATH and a CUDA_PATH_9.1 pointing to a directory like this one (check your own:) C:\Program Files\NVIDIA GPU Computing Toolkit\CUDA\v9.1 If you get an error later on about nvcc.exe not being found, or other CUDA dependency-sounding errors, try defining $(CUDA_PATH) the exact same way. Remember to log out/in again or reboot to apply these new paths. Ready for the moment of truth. Execute these commands in order in c:\development\0xbitcoin-gpuminer-master. (EDIT: Want a shortcut? node-gyp clean and then npm install instead to automate the process!) (Another option: try node-gyp run build). node-gyp clean node-gyp configure node-gyp build node-gyp install If all were successful, then proceed, otherwise we need to fix something. As people report errors I will add solutions *here. node index.js This SHOULD run the program in your Power Shell. 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Looking for Miners who are willing to write for my Website
Hi Guys! I hope everyone has been doing well (: I'm looking for experienced miners who would like to make some extra money writing articles/tutorials/reviews for a mining website. Bitcoin/GPU miners are welcome! If you are interested, please send me a message telling me why you think you'd be a good fit. Thanks!
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