Viper (Scrypt) Miner (25Mh/s) - 10Mh/s share 36 month contract is for sale on cryptothrift.com for Bitcoin and Litecoin https://cryptothrift.com/auctions/crypto-mining-asic/viper-scrypt-miner-25mhs-10mhs-share-36-month-contract/
Ryzen 1600x high idle temp because 3 cores are at full load
My airflow and the cpu cooler in general are pretty good, the cpu is overclocked to 4ghz and under full cinebench r20 load it doesnt even reach 70C but at idle my cpu will sit around 56C, after opening hwinfo or hwmonitor the temp checks out (Tdie) and it shows that thread 0,2 and 6 are at full 100% load. What could be causing this. Task manager doesnt show anything unordinary going on and the usage is <5% Computer Type: Custom dekstop GPU: Gainward Ghost RTX 2060 6GB CPU: 1600X 4.0GHz 1.35V Motherboard: ASRock AB350M RAM: Patriot Viper Steel 3400MHz 2x8GB 2nd and 4th slot. XMP set to 3200MHz PSU: Corsair CX650M Operating System & Version: Windows 10 Pro Version 2004 GPU Drivers: 452.06 Chipset Drivers: P5.50 Background Applications: Spotify, MSI Afterburner, Riva Statistic Tuner, NVIDIA Settings Troubleshooting: Tried removing the cpu overclock SOLVED: Trojan bitcoin miner deep in chrome folder
I'm thinking about buying SILVER VIPER MINERALS (VIPRF). I haven't picked a price yet as I need to see it rise above the 18 day moving average line. See the chart;SMA(18);COTLC;STOSL(14,3);SRSI(14,20);MFI(14,100);SMACD(12,30,18);SMA(50)&sym=VIPRF&grid=1&height=375&studyheight=100) and see my order My last silver pick, DEFIANCE SILVER (DNCVF) which I sold a day or two ago resulted in a profit of 59.724% and held it for 27 days. I am still waiting for Bitcoin to come down to $9,000 or $8,500 as you can see on the daily and monthly charts it is trading at a top. I still think silver will come down as the charts suggest along with Bitcoin. To rationalize this to fundamental traders who are not technical traders I think the reason will be that Trump will get re-elected and will make policies or actions that will comfort those who are holding dollars but that will be a temporary thing and up again we will go in prices. See the silver daily and monthly charts. Trading is about patients and control not about how active you are. Be sure to check out my Youtube channel Twitter Trading History Newsletter archives are located at http://lists.apisbull.com/cgi-bin/dada/mail.cgi/list/activitynotices/ Main Page
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Hi guys. I have a dell optiplex 7010 that i fitted with a 1050ti and a 500w psu. I have been having some problems, fairly recently, about my gpu in idle. I don't think it's a hardware problem, I think it's something to do with drivers or a gpu background task. When I don't touch my mouse or keyboard for 5 minutes, MSI Afterburner will show that my gpu usage will jump from 0% to 100%. The temperature jumps from 30 degrees so around 65. When i mouse my mouse evn a fraction of an inch or press a key, it immediately stops and hops back down 0% and slowly back to 30 degrees. I haven't had this problem recently. It came about after a church retreat that I went to. Before I left, I shut the pc down and flipped the psu switch on the back so that nobody would use my pc while I was gone. When I turned it on, I gamed for a bit, and then started watching netflix. I left MSI Afterburner up in my other monitor, and after a couple minutes of watching i heard my fan rev and apparently my gpu was at 100%. I don't know whats causing this; In task manager, it says that .4 percent of my GPU is being used in idle. That makes me think its either an MSI afterburner glitch, or a deceptive program / virus. The only thing I could think of is a bitcoin miner. It would only mine when I'm not actively using my pc.I looked in my program files and appdata, and fold an old bitcoin mining software that I used a while ago. I deleted it completely, but it still happens. I turned off "BTC-Miner" on startup in task manager, but that didn't help either. So far i've been shutting my pc down all the way when I'm not using, but sometimes I want to use background tasks like ebonus.gg or download a game overnight. So, what's happening? What should I do? CPU:Intel i5 3570 @3.5GHz MB: Dell Optiplex 7010 Native MB RAM: Patriot Viper 8gb (2x 4gb) SSD: Intel 480gb SSD HDD: WD 1TB HDD BLUE GPU: EVGA GTX GeForce 1050 ti sc 4gb Case: Dell optiplex 7010 Native Case PSU: EVGA 500w 80+ PSU Thanks, John
Just when you thought KNCMiner couldn't get more filthy or low... they out do themselves.
I bought a miner from the scammers last year, a Neptune. I fell for the 2 for one 1 offer and didnt take cloud mining as an option, I instead opted for the "bonus machine" but made one good decision, when given the option I opted for the Titan miner as the bonus machine and today I get this message:
Dear SiMadam. We can see from our records that you have selected to > > receive a bonus Titan miner as part of the 2 for 1 offer we > ran last year. Due technical issues in the selection process > the Titan miner was not correctly registered as a choice > and not accounted for. In this case we would like to offer > you the following options instead of receiving the bonus > Titan miner. Option 1: Swap the bonus Titan miner for a free Neptune > miner expected to ship within the next few weeks. Or Option 2: Receive a BTC payment of 3 Bitcoins per bonus > Titan miner you were entitled to. (If you select this option > please provide a BTC wallet address with your confirmation) Please reply to this email to confirm your choice before > the end of business 17:00 CET on Friday 3rd of April.> Thank you. KnCMiner Team.
The low down, sons of vipers and b**hes are trying to screw us over one last time. The Neptunes are not worth crap, the Titans are still worth something and around 5 times the paltry 3BTC they are offering as "compensation". Had we taken the cloud hashing option months back, we would have made a few times over that 3BTC and KNC has been making money hand over fist but these dirty horrible people want to still cheat us one last time rather than give their suffering customers a breath of fresh air. How can a company and the people running that company be so horrible??
Hello potential research collaborator! Rumour has it that you, a researcher or manager of researchers, are interested in joint research with the Ethereum Foundation. Below are the primary topics the Foundation will be thinking about for the next 2-3 years. If you, like us, enjoy the prospect of thinking about one or more of these topics for the majority of your waking hours, do get in touch. The Foundation does have money to pay the salaries/stipend of those undertaking high-value research. We have topics in both pure research and applied research. The Foundation as well as the larger Ethereum community seek help on both. Typical outputs from researchers are: peer-reviewed academic papers, technical reports, and/or implementations (prototypes as well as production-ready). Questions in Fundamental Research Q1: Can we create a theory of cryptoeconomic mechanisms? There are certain patterns that are often used in cryptoeconomic mechanisms. These can be studied in the abstract independently of any specific use case. Security deposits (see also proof of stake) How do we model capital lockup costs? Dual-use of security deposits Challenge-response games (one group of actors is given the opportunity to submit evidence that fact X is false, and if no one submits evidence within some period of time, then X is assumed to be true). See also challenge-response authentication. Channels State channels How do we minimize the vulnerability of challenge-response games and channels to liveness or censorship faults of the underlying blockchain? Escalation games Cross-chain interoperability (see the R3 interoperability paper ) Relays Hash timelock atomic swaps Q2: What is the role of cryptoeconomics in distributed systems? What is the role of economics in cryptography? Can we formalize how algorithmic incentives (“cryptoeconomics”) can enhance information security? Modeling behavior of participants in mechanisms Simple (crash) faults Byzantine faults (arbitrary) Byzantine-Altruistic-Rational (BAR) model Uncoordinated majority (e.g., as in selfish mining) Coordinated choice Bribing attacker (as in P+epsilon attacks or iceman) Behavioral economics models (prospect theory, endowment effect, loss aversion, morality, etc.) Complex game-theoretic interactions Blackmail Quantifying cooperative interactions among agents (e.g. dynamic coalition formation) Evolution and enforcements of group norms Q3: How do distributed systems influence current economics? On net, when and how much does decentralization lower transaction costs? No obvious answer. Decentralization _decreases_transaction costs because of: Reduced number of counterparties and reduced need for building trust Yet decentralization increases transaction costs because of: increased technical overhead, Decreased usability, increased responsibility. Are Transaction costs = transaction fees + coordination costs? Q4: Within game-theory, can we quantify coordination costs? for players running a particular protocol for players executing a particular strategy Q5: What are ways we can manipulate (e.g., guarantee/minimize) coordination costs? For example, we can reduce risk by increasing coordination costs. Coordination costs are costs from multiple-agents coordinating. For example: Discovering potential peers, agreeing on computing coalition strategies, synchronization required for execution, costs of proving to the coalition that players followed coalition strategies, cost of getting rid of individual incentives to deviate Q6: What protocols have better fault attribution? A protocol fault is uniquely attributable if there is evidence that could be used to umambiguously convince any observer which actor caused the protocol fault. If a fault is non-uniquely-attributable, the blame for the fault can often at least be narrowed down to within N specific actors. Fault attributability in various consensus algorithms Chain-based (synchronous) consensus Partially synchronous consensus (see minimal slashing conditions) Common coins in asynchronous consensus Attributability of censorship or liveness faults. Translating fault attributions into penalties Shapley values Q7: What are decentralization’s fundamental limits? Building on hundreds of impossibility results. E.g., 1 and 2, or even fundamental limits from other areas of computer science. What centralized protocols can be decentralized (while preserving guarantees)? At what cost in protocol overhead? Are there limits to scalability? For Bitcoin: On Scaling Decentralized Blockchains Only because of the requirement for shared state? At what cost in incentivization? What are the limits to incentivization? Limits to attribution Limits to mechanism budgets With how much security (against coordinated choice, trusted majority required)? Limits to fault tolerance e.g. in objective protocols and subjective protocols Objectives in Applied Research Also knows as Pasteur’s Quadrant. Right now our primary topics in applied research are: plasma, sharding, and Casper.
Base Layer (core protocols) 1.1 Plasma and Sharding [49%] Goal: Allow Ethereum transaction capacity to scale to better than linear with computational capacity of the n nodes.
Sharding FAQ Stateless clients State channels Plasma implementation Data availability proofs [65%] A note on data availability and erasure coding Effective state-space partitioning / Cross-shard communication [15%] Vitalik’s R3 paper, particularly Section “scalability” (p20-30). The whole paper also has a three-page executive summary. High-Level-Languages [20%] Topic: Developing a language that knows to send the cross-shard asynchronous messages whenever contracts are located on different shards. Topic: Applying prior theory from multicore CPUs/parallel threading to sharding. 1.2 Proof of Stake [70% complete] Goal: Fully transition Ethereum from Proof-of-work to Proof-of-stake. Casper the Friendly Finality Gadget Cryptocurrencies without Proof of Work Proof of stake FAQ Economic Incentive analysis [49%] Ouroboros: A Provably Secure Proof-of-Stake Blockchain Protocol Minimum Slashing Conditions Slasher Ghost, and Other Developments in Proof of Stake Least Authority Performs Incentive Analysis For Ethereum Demystifying incentives in the consensus computer On Stake Safety Under Dynamic Validator Sets Delegation protocols (or Voting Pool for PoS) [20%] Using trusted hardware Formal Verification [45%] Formal methods on some PoS stuff A mechanized safety proof with dynamic validators Formal methods on another Casper Securify.ch Testing and Implementation [20%] History of Casper: Chapters 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 Stage 1 CASPER contract and JSON RPC demo 1.3 Protocol Economics [50%] Goal: Increase economic incentive confluence in all aspects of the Ethereum protocol. Gas Limit Policy / state-resource pricing A theory of Blockchain Resoure Pricing [not ready for release; ask Virgil for link to pre-release] Topic: Validatominer economic policy—how much should we pay out? 1.4 Stategies for efficaciously hardforking for upgrades [40%] Goal: Smart-contracts are new territory and the best ideas in the space remain undiscovered. When we discover them, we must be able to roll them out gracefully. Hard Forks, Soft Forks, Defaults and Coercion The beautiful Vlad Zamfir on Soft forks, hard forks, and the Ethereum Social Contract Topic: Hardforking the EVM 1.5 Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM) upgrades and optimization [100%] Goal: Have a fast, efficient virtual machine optimized for processing cryptographic operations and smart-contracts. Update: Solved! We’re moving to eWASM!
Layer 2 2.1 On-chain Random Number Generation [63%] Goal: This is an important special-case necessary for many applications. We wish to solve it.
Implementation Ethereum’s RANDAO A candidate alternative design from Vitalik Bitcoin Beacon On Bitcoin as a public randomness source NIST Randomness Beacon Bitcoin Beacon — Princeton Bitcoin seminar final project Tor project’s attempt at the same. 2.2 Privacy [40%] Goal: Allow apps to benefit from the transparency of blockchain-execution while preserving author privacy and the confidentiality of zer data. One solution, among several, is homomorphic encryption. General: Privacy on the Blockchain Mixers [30%] Bitcoin mixing remains an unsolved problem. As what’s possible in Ethereum is a strict superset of Bitcoin, solving for either case is sufficient. Incentivized Mixing? Princeton Bitcoin course: Anonymity (Lecture 6) An Empirical Analysis of Linkability in the Monero Blockchain CoinParty: Secure Multi-Party Mixing of Bitcoins Secure and Anonymous Decentralized Bitcoin Mixing Decentralized Mixer based on RingSignature Laundromat: Mixing via ring signatures Voting [10%] A Smart Contract for Boardroom Voting with Maximum Voter Privacy Zero knowlege proofs [30%] ZK-Snarks Other Confidential assets 2.3 Decentralized exchanges [50%] Goal: We wish to minimize the necessity of trusted third parties in currency exchanges. Atomic swap on-chain decentralized exchanges mkr market etherdelta 2.4 High-level-languages (HLLs) [40%] Goal: Coding contracts (especially secure ones!) is hard. It should be easier. Please help us. Our packet for recruiting PLT researchers. Languages Solidity Viper Pact Composing contrats: an adventure in finanial engineering Ivy Bamboo functional-solidity-language Pax Codex Hammurabi Project in Wolfram Language Formal Verification of HLLs [15%] Formal Certification of a Compiler Back-end or: Programming a Compiler with a Proof Assistant Short Paper: Formal Verification of Smart Contracts Other programming language techniques to analyse smart contracts Oyente, a symbolic execution based analyser for smart contracts Using Oyente to optimize smart contracts Defensive programming [30%] Step by Step Towards Creating a Safe Smart Contract: Lessons and Insights from a Cryptocurrency Lab A Programmer’s Guide to Ethereum and Serpent A survey of attacks on Ethereum smart contracts Thinking About Smart Contract Security Ethereum Contract Security Techniques and Tips 2.5 Better Tokens, better token sales Goal: Understand how to design and manipulate tokens for specific properties, particularly paying attention to better ICOs Vitalik on his Interactive Coin Offering The MiniMe/ERC223 talk from DEVCON3 An Optimal ICO mechanism Better ICOs category on ethresear.ch All about DAICOs Appendix Ethereum’s old list of open problems. Relevant Conferences Research communities whose interests intersect with Ethereum’s research include (in alphabetical order, non-exhaustive): Algorithmic Game Theory. ACM Conference on Economics and Computation, Conference on Web and Internet Economics, Symposium on Algorithmic Game Theory, International Conference on Game Theory Blockchain. Annual Blockchain Summit, Coinfest, Consensus, Internet of Things World, Workshop on Bitcoin and Blockchain Research Computer Security. ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security, IEEE Computer Security Foundations Symposium, USENIX Security Symposium Cryptography. CRYPTO (International Association for Cryptologic Research), EUROCRYPT (Annual International Conference on the Theory and Applications of Cryptographic Techniques) Distributed Computation. ACM Symposium on Principles of Distributed Computing, ACM Symposium on Parallelism in Algorithms and Architectures Multi-Agent Systems. International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Sytems, AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence, International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence http://notes.eth.sg/s/rkxpeG0ff
Scrypt mining for GPU miners is about to become a thing of the past Scrypt ASIC miners are about to be unleashed on the market. KnC, a reputable ASIC manufacturer and Alpha Technologies, a promising new player, are racing to be the first to deliver super powerful rigs that will blow GPU miners out of the water. ASIC miners are custom designed machines with chips build specifically to tackle hashing of a particular algorithm. They are much more efficient and the Titan and Viper both look to be around a hundred times more powerful than a Radeon R9 290X, and because they use a fraction of the power to hash, they can mine profitably when GPU’s are reduced to noisy and expensive heating devices. Thousands of miners with GPU rigs are about to be outcompeted by these new ASIC miners. What happened to SHA-256 based coins when Bitcoin ASICS were launched is about to happen to Scrypt. Bye bye profit. What can we do? Hashing algo need to be changed. Devs please help. Warren! Coblee!
Looking at making a rig dedicated solely to mining cryptocurrency (DogeCoin). Doge is a little different from Bitcoin - so ASIC miners won't work. I'm really just trying to squeeze as many R9 280Xs into a computer as I can, without bottlenecking them. My question is: will my CPU or RAM bottleneck? Are they overkill? The first option is this: PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant / Benchmarks
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I know it would be more cost-effective to just get two of the Mk. 1 build, but I think the plan might be to only get a single R9 280X, and then add the rest individually as I get the cash. Plus 4-way CX is sick-nasty.
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