Please upvote this guy. That page is nicehash*support*. It's fake.
Their real page (linked from: https://www.nicehash.com ) is: https://www.facebook.com/NiceHash/
see foryourself, goto their main page and click facebook link.
Please make CwazyStompers top comment.
Find it hard to believe you work as a pentester and don't know that finding security slip ups like this is so common that it's what keeps security people in business.
Looking at the archive of the Nicehash website they had no security section, no security contact, no bug bounty and no statement of audit - which suggests it has never been tested by an outside firm and is likely an app written by amateur developers who became complacent.
This isn't just common but a pretty big hint as to what sort of sites users should avoid - don't use anything that doesn't have even the basics of a security plan in place.
Don't see it
Can see it via API call though
none of the currencies - Eth, monero, Zcash etc. have recovered to where they were a month ago and since these are the currencies, buyers are paying us to mine - not BTC, they wont be paying top $
Let me correct you there. Fee for withdrawals from NiceHash wallet is 0.0005 BTC.
Please edit your title.
Our complex system is doing actual processing of hashing power and bigger hashing power also demands more servers and compute power and more costs for us.
Please understand that even the fee we have are on the edge, considering our total cost of running the service all over the globe.
That said we unfortunately can't lower the fee for you currently, but please stay tuned on Twitter @NiceHashMining where we will announce any changes that the upcoming new releases might bring.
And once again, thank you for using our service!
Everyone interested in this topic, please read this first: https://www.nicehash.com/support/general-help/nicehash-service/what-is-nicehash-and-how-it-works
Eth pools will have to decide if they will support EIP-1559. I believe the majority of them won't. In case they do, buyers of hash-power at NiceHash will decide to which pool will they forward the rented hash-power. You (as a miner at NiceHash) will still get paid by the buyers.
It is crucial to understand the flow of Bitcoin from buyers to miners through NiceHash. Pools are just receiving your shares and in the end buyer gets the reward from the pool.
The easiest way to start is to grab an RTX 3080 ($10/day) or RTX 2080ti ($5/day) and plug it into an existing gaming PC. Start with a single card, mine when your PC is idle, and try to make the money back that you paid for the card.
IMO this is a pretty "risk free" approach because even if BTC or ETH goes to $0 then at least you just ended up with a sick gaming PC that many would pay for anyways.
Honestly though, the biggest challenge will be finding an RTX at a reasonable price. The more marked up it is, the more risk and the longer the payback period.
Also, if you're paying for power and running it at home, check your bill and calculate how much you should expect to lose there. You can calculate profitability here - https://www.nicehash.com/profitability-calculator/nvidia-rtx-2080-ti
I looked into getting paid in Eth and found this.
"... In this article, we are going to explain why is NiceHash paying miners only in Bitcoin and why this will not change for the foreseeable future. ..."
Why is NiceHash paying miners only in Bitcoin?
This should not be an issue because there are conversions between the cryptos and their rates are constantly updating in realtime to reflect market movements. For example: If you have Bitcoin and use it to buy Dogecoin the underlying US Dollar value(or whatever your currency is) will not be affected. You'll still have the same dollar value just different quantities of each.
I recommend setting up a Coinbase and Coinbase Pro account. You can link your Coinbase account to your NiceHash account and transfer your BTC/cash/whatever out to Coinbase at no fee. Then from Coinbase you can do ACH pulls/pushes to get money to your personabl bank account. Just go into Wallet on NiceHash, click on Withdraw, then connect your coinbase account. You will need to setup 2-Factor-Authorization within NiceHash to be able to do this.
Small time miners should never use the internal wallet. Not now, not before the hack either.
The withdrawal fee is worse now, but it was already worse than an external wallet before.
I still have written in my old spreadsheet that I would have had to wait 7 months for the internal wallet for the fees to be in parity with an external one.
The internal wallet only made sense for buying hash power or large farms.
it is actually. the ti is often less than $50 more and will do over 10% more on most algos. if you are co using this for gaming definitely get the ti
if you have an amex card this deal is nutty good https://slickdeals.net/f/11768791-evga-geforce-gtx-1070-ti-sc-gaming-acx-3-0-black-edition-video-card-375-99-tax-and-ymmv?src=SiteSearchV2_SearchBarV2Algo1
Did you even read the linked post?
They did not say they would make a statement, they made a pretty clear statement.
> We only provide BTC wallet, therefore we cannot give you BCC.
There's your answer, you aren't getting BCC. They told you this before the fork, they reiterated it before the fork in a news post on their website that very clearly said you will NOT get any BCC for any BTC you have in your account.
Stop asking, the answer has been told to you multiple times. You aren't getting BCC because you left your coins on the NiceHash wallet.
They make about 15 BTC in fees (from miners) in less than a week and who knows how much more from buyers (which is their real cash cow) but they can only pay 2% to their "hacked" users. But fanboys keep defending them and making parties when they pay 0.0001 BTC to them. They even say they're so noble.
People are either naive or just plain stupid.
contrarily to previous market manipulation we had before, these are legit market order.
Previous market manipulation (Nist5, X11Gost, ...) : Short spike of order to makes seller switch to their order, then very quickly (less than the switching time) lowering the order amount to pay them less. the goal of the buyer is to lure the seller to a less profitable algorithm.
Present situation (not a market manipulation) (KNV7, Lyra2REv2) : Longer spike of the price of the order to makes seller switch to their order, but here the goal of the buyer is to profit from the difficulty adjustment of a particular coin while making you earn more (win win deal)****. the spike is longer than the switching time so the seller is really paying you for your job.
Zoom it in for 24h, you'll see that the order is long lived enough so the seller are really profiting from thos market orders.
Zoom it out to a week and you'll see that it happen on the difficulty adjustment of the Monero Coin.
TL;DR: this isn't a market manipulation because in this case seller are incensitivized to switch to a more profitable algorithm and are profiting from it VS what we had before with Nist of X11Gost were seller were lured to switch to less profitable algorithm.
Hope you understand and enjoy the short spike of profitability.
you are just bitter that those rates arn't sustained 24/7 (that'll be nice) but based on the strategy used by the buyer they couln't do this win-win scenario in a sustained way because of the difficulty adjustment.
It won't either. It's not supported. You will have to run something that does detect it, like sgminer or whatever and point it at the nicehash servers. Get the stratum info here:
Usb asic's are generally not profitable though.
Profitablity has been pretty stable for the last week.
Since you have free electricity, mining is a good investment for you. If profitability goes down further, people with higher power costs will start quitting, causing difficulty to go down, but you can keep mining.
I will not comment if this is a good idea or not. It is your choice. Think carefully.
People are not doing it because they might not know how to do it, they do not believe it or they do not have time for it.
Also, nobody knows what will happen in a year for example. Investing in mining is not a sure bet. But for sure it is safer because you can sell the GPUs and cover some of your expenses with it.
No. You're taxed on BTC in USD at your effective tax rate when you take possession (typically interpreted to mean a wallet you control). The IRS probably also expects you to make quarterly estimated tax payments.
Yes, it adds a substantial amount of risk to holding any coin. Just like any asset (real estate, stock, etc) it can lose value. However, capital losses are deductible and BTC is no different:
Have you looked at the difficulty chart? See if you can spot when the l3 shipments went out :)
Also, look at the NH payout graph for the l3+, set it to 30 days.
By the way, asic's are VERY reliable hashrates. What you're making is what everyone is making at that pool. The only reason you would make less is if your miner was generating less hash, and that's something you would notice.
Sometimes it is easier to trick Windows than it is to fix Windows. I have a machine with Win 10 that absolutely refuses to honor my settings for hibernation(not to do it ever) and I've tried everything I can think of to stop it, including NFO, Ultimately I just downloaded Caffeine which simulates a mostly unused key(F15) to keep the machine awake.
Gelid Solutions GP-Ultimate
GP-Extreme pads work well too and cost a little less. Ultimate is the, well, ultimate - but they cost more.
The second psu won't start unless the 2nd psu think it's connected to a motherboard.
You can use
Sending shares from your rig to any pool over VPN is a bad idea in a first place, you are just increasing your transport time and that will result in more shares being rejected.
Perhaps you should ask NordVPN why your traffic is blocked, they do promisse "30-day money-back guarantee"...
GPU for sure.
Very low resell value for ASIC after a year or two, once the difficulty of Bitcoin goes up, you are left with a good paper weight :)
Joke aside, ASIC manufacturers mostly produce ASICs for big farms. It is way easier to maintain ASIC than a 6 GPU rig where you have many more points of failure compared to ASIC.
I bought an ASIC once. Never again. When I paid for it it should be making 30USD/day, after 2-3 months (time that it took to be shipped from China), it made only 3USD/day. Lost 0.4 BTC.
I recommend getting yourself a rig. Check the link below. We call that rig "Antkiller" internally :)
Sorry, I swear I read that you had a 1080 Ti, not a 1050Ti.
You're looking at about $0.51/day right now (before electricity costs).
Get yourself a WiFi repeater like this. It should have an Ethernet port on it so you set it up near your rig, connect to your network and connect to your rig.
This is how I solved my problem, and kept the wife happy
As someone else said Doge is not available on Nicehash.
I also want to add Nicehash has a fee reduction the more you trade with them, Theoretically you can get a 0.01% fee, which is pretty nice.... But you have to of traded 100 Billion Euros first. https://www.nicehash.com/support/exchange/general/exchange-fees
We are aware of the issue and working on resolving it ASAP! No need to worry, your funds are safe and will be processed. Here is the official message: https://www.nicehash.com/blog/post/stuck-bitcoin-withdrawals-will-be-processed-today
Read through this and the other links on the site to further your understanding of hashrate & profitability.
There’s no good reason to mine directly to an external wallet and plenty of reasons not to. If you decide to, you won’t have access to stats, mining rig manager, and stuff like that. You also will still have to wait for the 0.001BTC minimum before being paid out, and those payments only go out every Wednesday. So if you happened to get to the minimum on a Thursday, you have to wait 6 days to be paid out. You also pay more NH fees (5% instead of the normal 2%)
To learn more about this you can check out https://www.nicehash.com/support/mining-help/earnings-and-payments/can-i-get-paid-to-an-external-wallet-address
I just withdraw to an external wallet as soon as I hit 0.001BTC. I keep trying during off-peak hours until I get fees down to 0.1% though.
NiceHash does not exchange ETH to BTC. Miners are paid in BTC and their hash-power is forwarded to eth pools by buyers. Please read this article for more information: https://www.nicehash.com/support/general-help/nicehash-service/what-is-nicehash-and-how-it-works
You should download this program (HWiNFO) https://www.hwinfo.com/download/
It will allow you to monitor almost every component... To include your ram, m.2 drives, etc., And it will tell you the average temps over a period of time, so you'll know what happens when you're sleeping.
This will give you the profitability of the last 30 days for cards and CPUs never tested it versus my own actual earnings though.
I wish they didn't delete comments from noobs.
I suggest you start here: https://www.nicehash.com/help/what-is-nicehash-and-how-it-works
This will explain the idea behind a marketplace and also answer your question regarding what coins are you supporting. Ultimately, the buyer decides which coin you are supporting, you as a miner are only here to provide hash power.
There is nothing wrong with direct mining. If you are really passionate about the particular PoW project and you want to support it, then direct mining is a way to go. NiceHash, on the other hand, is the ideal solution for people who want to optimize their earnings without devoting too much time to do actual optimizations.
I highly recommend you go through our help resources. There is a ton of information and you will have a much better understanding of everything that we can offer.
> Please also note that we are periodically discarding balances, lower than 0.0001 BTC for miners that do not receive any new payment for 30 days, and balances lower than 0.001 BTC for miners that do not receive any new payment for 90 days. All balances from all algorithms are aggregated into a single payment.
Actually the fees wouldn’t be that bad. Nicehash doesn’t actually use clockchain wallets that you can easily see on the block chain explorer, and they do this to keep the transfer fees down as Buyer’s and sellers do a tremoendou amount of transfers. So assuming they have one (or a few) big wallets that disperses funds as needed, making a transfer to one account should be minimal in fees.
Check out the google cache for this page: https://www.nicehash.com/help/why-is-nicehash-wallet-not-in-sync-with-blockchain
>I'm paid in USD for hashing power rather than a consistent BTC amount.
You're paid in BTC. Not USD.
After you hit 0.01, immediately stop mining to an external wallet, and start using the NH wallet. I'm getting RSI from explaining this to everyone, so just read the fees and payment schedule and work it out. It's way cheaper for you to use the NH wallet.
This page shows you what each algorithm is paying.
When you ask about dollars, that's a different market entirely.
The NiceHash application does this for you, which is nice, but doesn't always teach you how to figure it out on your own.
If the fiat value of Bitcoin drops by half, the fiat value of your pay drops by half.
But if Bitcoin dropped, other coins all likely dropped.
There's a graph in a link on the sidebar that explains how all this works. Generally:
When alt coins go up, you get paid more BTC and thus more fiat. This is because with NiceHash you're almost always mining alt coins.
If alt coins stay the same and Bitcoin drops, you tend to get paid more BTC, but the same overall fiat value.
If alt coins stay the same and Bitcoin rises, you tend to get paid less BTC, but the same overall fiat value.
If alt coins drop, you tend to be paid less BTC and this less fiat.
Again, this works like this because you're mining alts, so the value of your work is determined by the value of those coins. As adoption changes, the way that BTC and fiat interact might change so this may not always be relevant.
It's an interesting question. For example, a single 1080ti is more expensive than 3+ 1050ti's, but it also will make you more in hashes. So it's about price/performance.
If you still intend to game 1x/week, or even just one session per month, that 1080ti will also be far better suited to that.
If your prime motivation is to earn, don't worry too much about what cards to get. Instead, familiarize yourself with what kind of returns different cards get you.
Since you're using NiceHash, check the calculator to see what cards are most profitable right now.
I'm a big fan of Vega cards for mining, and I'm also a fan of AMD as a company, so that's what I pick. Just inform yourself and make sure that you know why you're doing this ;)
I think it's a great hobby, welcome!
Sprinkle salt on the newbs below, your right Kingpenhuinz.
With 3ti's average earning potential, you would be looking at a External payout of once a week, or maybe once a fortnight.
I personally wouldn't want to leave any btc outside of my control for any longer or higher amount.
So for the External it would be 4% a week, And for the internal with a weekly withdraw it would be 5.33% a week.
This isn't rocket science guys, try and keep up, they even have a spreadsheet.
Most of your questions can be answered from taking a look at the FAQ:
In summary, when someone goes to nicehash.com to BUY hashpower, they are actually renting your GPU for a set time. This time is bought with BTC.
The buyer themselves pick the coin they want to mine. The job is sent to your GPU to mine until the job is done, then the next job and so fourth. You are paid with the BTC the buyers gave to nicehash for the service.
Thus, you are not mining the coin yourself, but rather for the buyer of the hashrate.
You can browse through our profitability calculator: https://www.nicehash.com/?p=calc (if you would like to see top 5 GPUs, top 5 ASICs and top 5 CPUs, you can send me private message and I will show you our new website where this is shown).
Simplified is like this:
ASICs make more earnings, but are more expensive and spend more on electricity. They are also directed to mining only specific algorithms.
GPUs make less earnings, but are less expensive (depends in which range you are looking) and spend less on electricity. You can mine different algorithms with them.
Any mining hardware will work with NiceHash, but for mining with ASIC you won't be able to use NiceHash Miner software, but some other mining software. Like you suggested, you can find more info here: https://www.nicehash.com/?p=asic
You will then be able to connect to our stratum servers and earn and monitor your stats the same way as you do with GPU.
Hey man, that's a really messy situation you guys are into :(
I really wish you the best and hope that you hang on until things calm down.
Although I can't help you with your situation, I can at least recommend a decent VPN service I've been using: Windscribe
Here's the website: https://windscribe.com/
Unlike tunnelbear that started to "mini crash" during regular browsing, Windscribe never let me down.
You get 5GB for free per month (10 GB / month if you verify email) which I think is enough for mining. I think you can also get 15GB a month if you use twitter, but I'm not entirely sure how it works. (I don't use twitter)
I wish you the best of luck!
Note: I would be careful with windows updates in the background though, they eat that data cap very quick. If you're only mining you're in the clear.
I use 8 of these
Yes. I got the P3 for less dust and more cold air, call me crazy. I invested in a rechargeable electric hand-held duster, and as long as i spend 10 seconds a day blowing it from head to toe, it stays dust free. You’ve got me thinking maybe I should remove my P3’s glass as well.
Compressed Air Duster, New... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B083GMMB5C?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
Even cheaper option: https://www.amazon.com/Whitmor-Tier-Pair-Floor-White/dp/B005KC6DY0/ref=sr_1_8?s=home-garden&ie=UTF8&qid=1519652215&sr=1-8&keywords=plastic+shoe+rack
You can see pictures of it in use here: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Open-Air-Mining-Rig-Frame-Case-Holds-up-to-13-GPUs-FREE-2-3-DAY-SHIPPING/222811237119?hash=item33e095aaff:g:a8UAAOSwtDdaargb
Edit: NOT my ebay posting. I saw it a while back and gave me the idea to search for it on Amazon.
I use AirVPN. They have servers all over the world, and you can see the latency and current load of each of them before you connect, which is handy if you want to use them for gaming, although I'm not really sure why you'd want to do that.
Nicehash has some pretty clear explanations on their support page to explain how it all works!
There’s no good reason to mine directly to an external wallet and plenty of reasons not to. If you decide to, you won’t have access to stats, mining rig manager, and stuff like that. You also will still have to wait for the 0.001BTC minimum before being paid out, and those payments only go out every Wednesday. So for example, if you happened to get to the minimum on a Thursday, you have to wait 6 days to be paid out. You also pay more NH fees (5% instead of the normal 2%)
I just withdraw to an external wallet as soon as I hit 0.001BTC.
These numbers are estimates and can vary wildly from one moment to the next.
Reading this should help you understand how profitability actually works. I would also suggest reading through the other links on the site.
I think you don't have enough virtual memory. Try rising it. There's a guide on Nicehash.
After we installed the 3rd 3090 in our rig FF was unable to start. Always crashed, even in safe mode. We gave it like 128GB of virtual memory and voila it wors like charm.
Hope this helps.
Hey check out the link from NiceHash on best setting for your GPU.
I think you're right on point !!!!!! Happy Mining!!!!
Yesterday was EXTREMELY high. Today is average.
Simple google search will explain the rest
Please read this https://www.nicehash.com/blog/post/nvidia-rtx-3000-series-overclocking-guide-to-increase-mining-profits
Please check this: https://www.nicehash.com/blog/post/what-is-the-difference-between-actual-and-local-profitability
We are working on improving the rejected shares on the daggerHashimoto algorithm.
Check the fees here: https://www.nicehash.com/support/general-help/nicehash-service/fees
(scroll way down)
The minimum trade amount is 35 euro.
don't look at payrates to see if you have an issue, look at HASHRATES, HASHRATES MATTER, it's the only way to ID if there is a problem, BTC Payrates these days are 1/10th of what they where at the peak in January 2018, that doesn't mean my GPU is performing at 1/10th what it was back then.
List your Algorithm and Hashrate, also go to https://www.nicehash.com/my/mining/stats and where it says "Showing stats for All Algorithms" click the "All Algorithms" and switch it between the different algo's and see if they are showing a bunch of rejected shares or not and report back what you find. Being 655 Satoshis is only like 26 cents something is definitely off, the question is whether your card is hashing slower then it should or are you getting a bunch of rejected shares.
I wasn't being sarcastic. Mining 0.1 BTC in a month takes some serious hashing power. For arguments sake, let's say they're mining Ether the entire time.
1 BTC = $17,000
0.1 BTC = $1,700
Using CryptoCompare's mining calculator it would take 500 MH/s to earn $1,700 in a month assuming free electricity.
A stock GTX1070 generates about 30 MH/s (on a good day). This would mean OP has a 16+ GPU mining rig.
"Please also note that we are periodically discarding balances, lower than 0.0001 BTC for miners that do not receive any new payment for 30 days, and balances lower than 0.001 BTC for miners that do not receive any new payment for 90 days. All balances from all algorithms are aggregated into a single payment."
did you go here https://www.nicehash.com/asic-mining and configure the stratum based off the Equihash Algo and your nearest server location? If you are trying to use the Stratum for GPU mining that could be your issue.
Not Complaining Like Others Because it's FOOLS with ASIC's on Nicehash that will give Nicehash enough income to keep those reimbursement payments coming, but really dude if you have an ASIC you should be direct mining the coin of your choice.
I was before the breach, but now the external wallet withdrawals are held on hold until the transaction fees are back to "normal"
I don't weather and when I will get paid...
If you have the private key, then no.
Download Electrum and import your private key (create standard wallet, "use public or private keys", paste your private key)
If you don't have your private key you don't have access to your coins.
Your mining balance can drop to 0 in the following cases:
1. We are issuing payments and you qualify for a payment. Read more about the payment schedule. This process takes from several minutes up to several hours and during that time, a notification is displayed on the website.
2. You have changed the Bitcoin address, used for mining. We use Bitcoin addresses as an identification (link to you). Also be aware that we cannot transfer from one mining Bitcoin address to another. If you wish to change your address, we suggest you to mine until you reach the minimal balance for payout and then change your address.
3. If you are using an older unsupported version of NiceHash Miner. Make sure to always update your miner to the latest version which you can find here.
I've got the FE as well. Use the command line version of the genoil miner, it should be included with Nicehash, at least it is with Nicehash legacy. It'll never run with the GUI, but I think it's included under the ethminer folder.
It's a modified version of it that can connect to Nicehash's ethpool and pay you out in Bitcoin.
Basically you're going to use these instructions:
You might have to play around with them a bit, not sure how well they work.
This is the best mining performance I've gotten out of my Vega, but it's still not great for the price, only around 30Mh/s. My r9 290 exceeds that while dual mining lol. I expect Vega performance will get better with newer drivers and miners.
Don't use the Nicehash gui with sgminer. For some reason, the website rates were pathetically slow despite nicehash showing decent rates.
Yes, your stats can be found here.
Your estimated payout time: 2017-06-13 @ 21:52
Your estimated payout balance: 0.01234164 BTC ($27.09 USD)
Just make sure you have benchmarked every algorithm to ensure NH can automatically start the most profitable one at the time.
Your other questions are better answered here: https://www.nicehash.com/index.jsp?p=faq
That is inaccurate. I can guarantee 100% load is on the cards when mining. Use GPU-z to get accurate numbers. It will also tell you what brand of memory your cards have.
PIA is for people who just want a decent VPN for cheap, but it has some limited privacy issues.
Mullvad is for those who wish to have stronger protections, at a decent price.
There are some other good services, but those are the two choices I would recommend after spending entirely too long researching.
Free VPN providers are likely worse than not using a VPN. Because it gives users a false sense of security, when in reality all their traffic is up for sale.
You actually want something like this because it will cause both PSUs to turn on at the same time
That could be too much. Once the 3090s are clocked all the way down, 1000w may be enough, but they are going to start pulling the 400/450w and that i9 isn't energy efficient. I use these. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07FDGYYN7 or you could use a kill-a-watt. Start the machine without any 3090s. See how much it uses. Then start it with one attached. Then you'll know how much two use. You'll want to have 15 to 20% breathing room with the PS.
Whether the value of BTC per $ isn't important to me when I'm withdrawing. Just the blockchain fee.
I check there and if the fee is low (IE. total fee is less than equal to 1% of the withdrawing amount for my case), I withdraw.
BTC per $ only important to me when I sell.
hi bro i have 2 rtx 3070 laptop mining for 15 days not stop and order more 5x that comes tomorrow loool
i dont give a damm if people dont like laptop in my house its best solution works 24/7 spends half of energy and in portugal energy its expensive 2 laptops are spending 280 watts only that is 25€ light / month. and bottom line laptop have 2 years garantee if burn i send to garanty in 2 years for sure that is more than pay so no problems that is my way to see things.
and i for rtx 3070 laptop there is 3 models 85 wats that get that 41 mh mine that give 50 to 51 the 95 version that are in auros laptop and the best one in msi gp76 130 watts that give about 60 to 63 almost same as desktop . the 5xlaptop that comes tomorrow are that ones loool ;)
Nome da rig
Lucratividade de Real rig
0.00011808 BTC / 24h
Nome da rig
Lucratividade de Real rig
0.00010656 BTC / 24h
this is for 2x laptop now that i have with rtx 3070 95 watts . if you need some help i give for 95 watts rtx dont use 95 configuration or 85 watts and for 130 watts .
i hope you understand everthing ;)
Are you using wireless connection? It can be also some other momentary connection issue.
You should also update your stratum config, br location is deprecated, use us-west or us-east, look at this post: https://www.nicehash.com/support/mining-help/mining-advanced-topics/which-stratum-servers-are-available
higher the difficulty = fewer shares you will submit over a period of time. But these shares will have a proportionally higher value than the ones with a lower difficulty.
Are they both mining the same algorithm? Make sure to check the avg. past profitability instead of the current one.
Check this to learn more:
No, it won't throttle, it can be an older system. But you would need to increase virtual memory as 4Gb may not be enough, it's a simple tweak: https://www.nicehash.com/blog/post/how-to-increase-virtual-memory-on-windows
To any BTC wallet
From 0.001 BTC (min)
0.1% + 0.00007410 or more based on Blockchain conditions
Coinbase is free if you link your account
More info here https://www.nicehash.com/support/general-help/nicehash-service/fees
You really shouldn't be running stock settings for mining - you'll need to lower the power limit and increase the memory speed. Get MSI Afterburner and check the page below for some info on settings to try.
You should be seeing hashrates in the mid-30s on a 1080. My 1080 is at 37MH/s.
First, set your overclocks according to this:
Then read about Ethpill here:
Nicehash has a bug and sometimes doesn't run it properly when ticked in options- google "Ethlargement Pill Download" and grab it yourself. Make sure to right click and run as administrator.
You're not mining anything. Nicehash sells hashing power to people who actually mine for coins. They pay you in BTC regardless of what they mine with your hashing power.
If you're using a GPU to mine then you'll almost certainly be selling hashing power which is used for mining Eth.
Hi! It seems like you are using a stand-alone miner. Are you running it on Administrator mode? It could happen that the overclocks you had are not stable while using the pill. Try using stock settings at first.
On the other hand, it might be easier to give NiceHash Miner a try and turn on OhGodAnETHlargementPill inside NiceHash Miner. Maybe it works without issues there. Learn more about this here: https://www.nicehash.com/blog/post/increase-gtx-1080-1080-ti-titan-xp-mining-perfomance-by-50-percent
Really depends on your card and what algo you're mining! Check here for some basics on overclocking, and here to find some individual settings for mining on various cards.
With fan speeds, just play with them and see what works best. You can set a custom fan curve in Afterburner, or you can do what I do and set, say, 60% fan speed and leave it at that based on your card temperatures.
Check this: https://www.nicehash.com/blog/post/what-is-the-difference-between-actual-and-local-profitability
NiceHash Miner or its components are often recognized as a false-positive.
Read this: https://www.nicehash.com/blog/post/how-to-add-nicehash-miner-folder-to-windows-defender-exclusion
buying hash power and profit from it is hard. You cannot expect to buy hp and simply expect to earn money. Read this https://www.nicehash.com/support/hash-power-marketplace/general-help/why-would-someone-buy-hashing-power
Everybody would be doing it if it was simple.
Hash power is used as the buyer wants it to be used. He can direct it to any pool that he wishes. There are pool owners buying hash power who want to increase their pool hashrate so that they can get more miners for example.
There are buyers using private pools and gambling with every block.
Mining DaggerHashimoto does not guarantee that you are mining ETH. You could be "mining" every daggerhashimoto coin there is. Before ETC fork, you could be also mining ETC.
Your GTX 1070 will be profitable, the rest will probably not.
Check the profitability calculator: https://www.nicehash.com/profitability-calculator/nvidia-gtx-1070
Yes, this is false positive. Please read this: https://www.nicehash.com/blog/post/exclude-nicehash-miner-from-windows-defender-immediately
The first thing you must understand is that NiceHash is a hash-power broker. You are selling your computing power to the highest bidder. Read this: https://www.nicehash.com/support/general-help/nicehash-service/what-is-nicehash-and-how-it-works
NiceHash is not a pool and your calculation is correct. We take 2% for your hash-power. All 3rd party miners have some dev-fee, except the excavator. So if you want to maximize profits use excavator which is our in-house developed miner.
NH only takes a 0.1% fee:
>0.1% + 61.89893449 of withdrawn amount*
Where 61.89~ is the estimated network transaction fee:
>*Dynamic adjustment based on current blockchain conditions and network fees.
Mining on older CPUs, sure, but this one is definitely worth the time.
Chat app similar (but way better than, imo) to Whatsapp.
They also have large public channels for broadcasts that can be used for announcements. the desktop, web and mobile apps all work (and sync) great:
RX580 x5 = $1400(used)
Motherboard = $120
PSU = $200
RAM = $100
Frame/risers etc. = $180
That would give you $3.50 a day in profit assuming a power cost of $0.10kw/h.
Yes you can gain $50 - $100 a month in profit from a 2k build.
The problem is that there will be at least one more generation of GPUs out before you pay off your hardware.
only one of those ASIC's that actually mines Bitcoin is the S7 and unless you have FREE POWER you would LOSE money mining with an S7 today, you can mine with the others the coins they are designed to mine by selling your hashpower on Nicehash and get paid in BTC if you go to the SELL section of this page https://www.nicehash.com/algorithm/x11 it will give you the stratum info you need to program into the D3 and just use the BTC address you want to be paid out to as your wallet address on the D3, for the Z9 simply switch the algo from the drop down to the algo the Z9 mines and repeat.
"Mining is now operational on the new platform (US, HK, JP, BR, IN locations). Download & use NiceHash Miner 188.8.131.52"
are you not able to buy sha256 hashing power? if you need miners to mine your order immediately simply place a higher btc to outbid the rest. refer https://www.nicehash.com/help/how-does-order-sorting-work
Plenty of ways, Awesome Miner has a Nicehash option directly in it (from what I remember) and any mining software where you have to configure a Batch file simply go here https://www.nicehash.com/algorithm/x16r and from the drop down menu select the algo you want to mine, when the page reloads you can scroll down and in the bottom left corner where it says SELL you will see a stratum like this:
that contains the stratum and port for that algo on nicehash, simply copy that into your batch file change the word LOCATION to which server is closest to you (server abbreviations are listed on the page right below the stratum line) and paste in your Nicehash BTC address in place of the address you would use if you where direct mining the coin.
From what I can tell on my part, it seems like there was a huge order placed for the skunk algorithm? https://www.nicehash.com/algorithm/skunk I can't find any more info if there are new coins related to this. If anyone can, would love to be enlightened soon!
Please read this first: https://www.nicehash.com/help/fees
NiceHash takes service fees for selling and buying hashing power. When you withdraw, we take a very minuscule fee. Transaction fee is something you pay to the Bitcoin network (other miners who process your transaction) and has nothing to do with NiceHash.
You can also watch this explanation, if you are mining to the external wallet address or to better understand our service: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P1z8Y5LgAAI
it's ALWAYS been this way, you think Nicehash hosts all this shit to not take any profit?
the only thing that has EVER been free is the internal wallet to coinbase transfer.