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It took some time, but the largest litecoin mining pool has started signaling SegWit about a week ago. F2Pool is by far the “king of the hill” of litecoin mining pools, with its 896 GH/s of mining power. Ever since the pool started signaling SegWit, the overall network support for this scaling solution jumped to over 58%. Keeping in mind how SegWit requires 75% network support to activate – for litecoin – it appears to be only a matter of time until the change kicks in.
It is recommended not to use mining pools which have a large part of the total network hash rate. The site Learn Cryptography has more information behind the risks of having pools grow to a size of 51% or more of the total network.
If you already have a gaming PC with a GTX 1060 (6 GB) graphics card or better, or the equivalent in AMD’s graphics cards, go for it! Just consider the electrical costs by calculating how much power your PC uses and how much your electricity company charges.
In your test calculations, you will likely see that some cloud mining services will be profitable for a few months, but, as the difficulty level of bitcoin increases, you would probably start to make a loss in four to six months and beyond.
Under these circumstances, a miner starts to look a lot like an ATM. Professors and college students have mined bitcoin; so, rumor has it, have politicians and police officers. It has become a common currency even among non-miners: Peer-to-peer online exchanges (think Venmo, but with cryptocurrency) allow everyone from shopkeepers to a former Miss Venezuela to buy and sell with bitcoin.
Case in point: One small manufacturing town in upstate New York is considering an 18-month moratorium on new commercial operations that mine Bitcoin and altcoins — the process by which individuals and companies can help verify cyrptocurrency transactions while earning digital coins as a reward.
Put very simply, cloud mining means using (generally) shared processing power run from remote data centres. One only needs a home computer for communications, optional local bitcoin wallets and so on.
In Venezuela, home to some of the worst hyperinflation since the Weimar Republic, a Big Mac costs about half a month’s wages. Or rather, it did, until a bread shortage forced the burger off the menu. The annual inflation rate is expected to hit 1,600 percent. Life resembles an old newsreel: long lines, empty shelves, cashiers weighing stacks of bills.
As long as I’m making a profit, I’m essentially getting bitcoin for free and paying off extra mining parts. When that’s no longer the case, it’s time to stop mining and potentially sell my extra parts online.
Electricity, it so happens, is one thing most Venezuelans can afford: Under the socialist regime of President Nicolás Maduro, power is so heavily subsidized that it is practically free. A person running several bitcoin miners can clear $500 a month. That’s a small fortune in Venezuela today, enough to feed a family of four and purchase vital goods—baby diapers, say, or insulin—online. (Most web retailers don’t ship directly to Venezuela, but some Florida-based delivery services do.)
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“We’ve seen malicious websites use embedded scripting to deliver malware, ads, and force browsing to specific websites,” says Karl Sigler, threat intelligence research manager at SpiderLabs, which does malware research for the scanner Trustwave. “We’ve also seen malware that focuses on either stealing cryptocurrency wallets or mining in the background. Combine the two together and you have a match made in hell.”
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I have two of the most powerful graphics cards you can buy: the GTX 1080, which I then upgraded to the GTX 1080 Ti. And they just so happen to be some of the best graphics cards for mining cryptocurrencies.
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LitecoinPool.org is one of the longest running litecoin mining pools in the business. Together with Coinotron, they were among the first few to signal SegWit support once the new litecoin client was made available by the developers. Litecoinpool controls 254 GH/s of mining power, making it the fifth largest litecoin pool on the network according to the latest statistics.
Like most Bitcoin fans out there, I talk about Bitcoin a lot. From the person sitting next to me on the plane to the waiter serving my table drinks, every chance I get I end up talking about Bitcoin. This isn’t something I intentionally force on people, it’s something that just naturally ends up fitting into so many different conversations and every time a Bitcoin conversation starts, I eventually am asked the same question…
For the past week, Warren has been telling anyone who will listen that one-third of her fellow Democrats in the Senate are caving to Wall Street and bank lobbyists by joining Republicans in legislation to roll back a part of the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial regulatory overhaul.
Within the hour, the State Department issued a statement insisting that Tillerson “had every intention of remaining” and “did not speak to the President this morning and is unaware of the reason.” CNN reported that Tillerson had received a call from White House Chief of Staff John Kelly on Friday night indicating that he would be replaced that did not specify timing; a senior White House official told the network that it was Trump himself who had suddenly decided to pull the trigger on Tuesday morning. Tillerson learned of his actual firing the same way everybody else did: By reading about it on Twitter shortly after 8:44 a.m. Eastern Time on Tuesday, March 13.
Earlier this month, political fact-checking site Politifact.com was found hosting Coinhive scripts in a way that exhausted 100 percent of visitors computing resources. A PolitiFact official told Ars the incident occurred when “an unidentified hacker attached a crypto mining script to the PolitiFact code base being stored on a cloud-based server.” The code has since been removed and was active only when people had a politifact.com window open in their browser.
Still, the positive potential of in-browser miners seems worth the complications to some. “I’m hoping that within a year we’ll see even more evolution of this technology to the point where it cannot be abused by website owners who want to trick people into running these miners,” Malwarebytes’ Kujawa says. “But if it’s only associated with malicious activities, then it might take awhile for the technology to evolve to a place that’s more secure, and for anyone to trust using it.”
I’m against this even when the site is upfront about it because in the end this is horribly inefficient and I don’t see any way that you can change that. No one does real mining on on CPUs anymore. GPUs or ASICs are much more efficient at it depending on the design of the cryptocurrency. Add on the overhead of JavaScript implementations running in a browser instead of decently optimized native code and you are even less efficient at mining. This means you are probably spending a fair bit more on electricity than the site is getting for their cut of the value of the bit coins. It also means wasting power which currently more likely than not came from some sort of fossil fuel source.
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For the miners, it’s an effort to uncover the approximately 20% of the 21 million Bitcoins that have yet to be mined from the code which manages the currency. As fewer Bitcoins are available, the miners require more energy to uncover the hidden treasure.
A frequently updated list of each pool’s hashrates, as well as a hashrate api are available. If possible, please help the network by mining with a pool that doesn’t have a large part of the network hashrate.
The reason we block Coinhive is because there are site owners who do not ask for their users’ permission to start running CPU-gorging applications on their systems. A regular Bitcoin miner could be incredibly simple or a powerhouse, depending on how much computing the user running the miner wants to use. The JavaScript version of a miner allows customization of how much mining to do, per user system, but leaves that up to the site owner, who may want to slow down your computer experience to a crawl.
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