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any way to stop crypto miners from buying cards

How much can you make by mining Ethereum with a graphics card, and how long will it take to recover the cost of the card using the currently. Nvidia says it has halved the Ethereum hash rate of new RTX , , and Ti graphics cards to discourage sales for mining. Nvidia said it had intervened to make sure its products "end up in the hands of gamers". But it will also sell a bespoke crypto-currency mining. MINAGE BITCOINS FOR SALE При этом перерабатывается совсем малая часть. Во всех загрязняется окружающая автоматы с водой - используйте одну довозят из раз, это поможет окружающей в ваши кошельку и может быть даже здоровью. Батарейка разлагается это традицией 7 860.

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Sort By. Notification Preferences. Forum Actions. Report Post. Is that the only counter argument you have been reduced to? More name calling? Dude, come on I know you are passionate about this but how is turning on the community going to help? If you cannot consider for even a moment that you may not be correct about something or at the very least see the whole picture, then you will, by your own actions make yourself to be the fool. High GPU prices affects everyone, not just you. Please stop taking it personally when someone expresses an opinion on the subject.

This forum is meant as a place for an exchange of ideas and discussion, not to prove how right or wrong someone is. I feel that this statement: mjade20 said: Is that the only counter argument you have been reduced to? It is pointless and wasteful. I was in no way trying to criticize your ideas, simply point out that your solutions were impractical. I tried to explain some of the finer points of the economic shit storm that crypto miners are causing and how it is more complicated than just releasing an update; which btw to respond to firmware, that is still software which can still be reprogrammed by flashing the GPU it's how people jailbreak iphones.

There is no need to get hostile over nothing. We are all here because we ALL have something in common. Let us allow that to bring us together. It takes effort to be cruel, it takes none to be kind. We are making cards for gamers. If you continue this practice than as a producer, we will not our product to you. This is what video cards are made for, not cryptocreeping. If said card detected these calculations, then it would be simple to slow down or even stop these processes from occurring.

Only one card per purchase until the market stabilizes. We recognize this may be a pain for gamers who want more than one card, but until the market stabilizes, this is the fairest way to distribute all new cards throughout the market. Any retailer who does not follow these recommendations, will not be resupplied with more cards until the market stabilizes. Purchase bots will not be tolerated online.

Point four: This one is easy, since display cards are scarce because the market has been disrupted by cryptocreeps, we are doubling production. I fully understand your situation. But let's face it, both Nvidia and AMD do not give a damn, whether they are selling to gamers or to miners. What matters to them is to sell, no matter to whom.

And it appears that future GPUs will be even better for mining. This will not happen. I, for example, bought a GTX , almost at launch, and after a few months I sold it for a much larger amount. It is better to forget PC Gaming. Sora said: one architecture for all the products is nvidia's business design for minimising RnD costs and easing software development. Well their business practice is not serving the Gaming community very well at the moment.

And I wish they would take some action before it is to late. Turning on the community? I unlike SORA am doing my best to help protect the community. I have not: 1. Been condescending unlike others 2. Called anyone stupid unlike others 3. Ignored and brushed off others point of view unlike others 4. Cherry picked my arguments unlike others I have brought facts and have destroyed every counter argument against my point of view until I have been insulted and looked down upon. I am here because I want the opportunity to purchase a video card of my choice at a fair market value.

You would not understand this situation, since you apparently already have yours and are desperately trying to protect the fantasy that crypto mining is a great oppurtunity. Did you know that last year alone, over 30,,, kilowatt hours of energy was expended on mining?

That is enough energy to power 3,, Homes! This energy amount is 3. Much if not most of that energy is from fossil fuels. Think about all of that carbon! Fossil fuels are a finite resource. Fertilizer is needed to grow food. In effect, greedy cryptos are literally taking food out of future generations peoples mouths! Now I ask you, why are you arguing with me? Why are you not on the side of gamers, environmentalists, people who do not want to have a currency that is used for nefarious reasons?

You're clearly a Gen Y. The definition is having or showing a feeling of patronizing superiority. More over it feels like you have ignored and dismissed what I have tried to explain and elaborate on the economic side of how crypto miners are negatively affecting the market. How the control over retail prices is not in the hands of Nvidia or AMD.

They set the MSRP which has not changed. I have tried to detailed how, if the situation as it currently is continues, it could be disastrous for all companies involved as well as the computer industry. None of what I have explained in previous posts were hearsay. They are taken from real world economics, some of which were based on observed scenarios that have happened in the past. You are making grand assumptions on my situation and what you believe I am trying to say.

My wife, whom I met gaming, is also trying to upgrade her PC, much like many are in the community. That is not possible in the current market. We share my PC so she can game. In your statement, it feels like you're attacking me because my perspective and opinions do not align with yours. Once again you may have missed what I have said in previous post. I have in no way defended crypto currency. Excerpt from my post in this thread, post 10 sacredsentinel said: IMO cryptocurrency is a volatile virtual ticking time bomb.

There is a reason you don't just arbitrarily introduce a new currency onto the world financial market. I feel that you are arguing semantics on energy consumption and leaving a carbon footprint on the earth. Any amount of energy we consume through electricity will leave a carbon footprint. Nuclear power has always been a Faustian deal. Nuclear waste, contamination, air pollution it creates, etc. But all of that is WAY off topic and again, semantics. There has been several compelling arguments not just from myself to explain from an economic standpoint why it is a more complex situation than a simple driver update can fix.

I don't speak for anyone else other than myself, simply to express my opinion on the subject. It's my hope that everyone can see we are all on the same team. Arguing with each other is fighting for last place.

My observations on economics has lead me to my current opinions on rising GPU prices, cryptocurrency and what can or cannot be done about it at the present time. As I say to everyone as a reminder, NOT an accusation , it takes effort to be cruel, it takes none to be kind. Kindness, always. My points have mostly not been directed at you sacredsentinel they have mostly been directed at SORA. When I and others bring up ideas on what can be done, SORA does nothing but brush ideas aside as ignorant, write things that are not true, selectively cherry pick arguments, and call people ignorant.

Here are but a few examples from other posts: Sora said: there is no crypto craze buyouts going on Sora said: i nominate this thread for "not gunna happen" and "locked" Sora said: hes a no brain clueless bro gamer that should never have traded up from xbox and continues to spam nonsense about things he has no idea about. Sora said: you probably think its the same thing being deficient between the ears and all. I call him out on his untruths and name calling and try to make my point.

But unfortunately, he treats a differing point of view as stupid and with near demands that they be ignored. I just want a discussion without name calling, lies, mischaracterizations, and general doushbaggery. Lastly, sacredsentinel said: It takes effort to be cruel, it takes none to be kind. I don't see you preaching to SORA that quote.

Is that because he is on your side? Sora's opinions are Sora's. If they align with mine, great. If not then that is also great. This is a forum of discussion. As for everything else with regards to "WINNING" you responded to, here is one of the first things I read when I became a part of the Nvidia forums: MrInfinit3 said: Since this seems to have been thrown out the window lately on this forum; I would like to re-introduce this concept.

Most new and younger members have never heard of such a concept and in my personal opinion is hurting the over-all reputation of this "Official" forum. Ok so here we go ; Read the forum rules. Even if you're excited to be a member of a new forum and can't wait to join in, take the time to find the group policy page and read it thoroughly.

Some forums are fussier than others about Internet etiquette. Lurk a little before you dive right in. Read a number of posts, or check out the group's archives. Get a feel for the tone of the forum so you can participate accordingly. Remember your face doesn't show. Words alone can convey sentiment, but without benefit of inflection or facial expression, they can be misconstrued.

Use descriptive wording, emoticons or. By the same token, don't jump to conclusions about another person's intent in posting an unclear comment. When in doubt, ask for clarification. Type in lowercase or standard case not in all caps. By the rules of netiquette, all caps equates to shouting. If you type with all caps, you will annoy and possibly offend other forum members. Say online exactly what you would say in person.

In other words, if you wouldn't say it to the person's face in front of your Grandmother, you shouldn't type it into a forum. Be respectful. Internet etiquette is similar to standard etiquette in this area. Appreciate that your opinion is one of many. You can disagree with another person without being disrespectful or rude online. Ignore Trolls. If you engage in conversation, you'll raise your blood pressure and empower the Troll. You can't win a flame war, and you can't sway a Troll's opinion.

Often, they don't even care about the subject; they live for the conflict and nothing more. Trolls are common and not worthy of your time. Ignore their posts-no matter how inflammatory-and eventually they'll get bored and move on. This includes "Spammer's" or any other form of advertisement. Posts like these should be avoided. You wouldn't do this in person so why do it here? See 5 and 7 Andrew's Addition: If you see something that violates any of these guidelines, please report it! I left out rules 8 and 9 because they pertain to the most appropriate format to post system specs for troubleshooting and not to advertise.

I'm not always successful but I try. Whatever beef you and Sora have, I want no part of it which is why I did not respond to any of it. I simply stated what I personally say to everyone, online and in RL, which is: it takes effort to be cruel, it takes none to be kind. Kindness always. It is something I feel the world needs more of, kindness.

I've said my piece, expressed my opinions while still trying to stay on point, which I have tried my best to explain plainly and based in truth. What others choose to do with that information is up to them. IMO this thread has gotten WAY off topic, serves no purpose for discussion other than potentially a flame war and should be closed.

Again, this is only directed at the person you disagree with. And once again, my posts are not addressed as a whole, but focused on a narrow bit of controversy or perceived incorrectness. You refuse to address that I have been called names, been condescended to, but perceive that I am the only one at fault here. Again, the only time I addressed you directly is when you accused me of turning on the community when in reality, I only want their help in getting Nvidia's attention.

On your last point I agree, lets stop bickering and talk about how we can get answers from Nvidia about solving not ignoring this shortage. I am speaking of the next generation and future production of cards. It would not be to complex to create mining only cards and cards dedicated to display graphics.

This would create a supply for each group who want Nvidia's product. This would reduce the cost of non display cards for miners. These cards are being created and are significantly optimized for mining, but since they have not taken any steps to stop miners from using display cards for mining they have chosen to to continue to snatch up most display cards since they have longer warranties and have a better resale value when the crypto bubble pops.

I bought up the environment and the damage it is doing to the environment to point out that the crypto mining fad is not only disrupting the market, but it is also damaging. Crypto supporters are a very very small segment of the community, but they now are purchasing the majority of new cards at the expense of all on a product that will never supplant cash, credit cards, Apple Pay, or PayPal.

Nor will this ever become mainstream. Governments of the world will not allow 1 their influence on currencies to be reduced, 2 a private transaction system that avoids sales taxes, 3 a system that is private and helps support negative activities such as purchasing illegal drugs, porn, and encourages blackmail. Soon the boot will drop and this currency will be regulated, controlled and become more transparent.

At this point the crypto craze will become less attractive and die. As I see things, this situation is bad for everyone. Nvidia is gearing up for new generation of GPU. It's a hard decision on whether to postpone a rollout to go back to the previous generation of processor. Tooling plants, marketing, coordination with memory suppliers, etc. From a corporate perspective this is a perfect storm nightmare.

While they are currently seeing huge sales profits from cards, when the bubble pops investors will still demand profit margins similar to or exceeding current profits. This is not all cake and ice cream for those guys at Nvidia corporate. Though the average guy on the street couldn't care less about them Also keep in mind that cards miners sell may be in warranty if you buy them for a gaming setup. If half of those cards get RMA'd then this is a huge hit to profit on the manufacturer which will set them back farther.

So, don't buy used cards thinking you'll RMA them. It will be bad for everyone. Even the ones causing the problem miners. The last part is a good thing. Gamers are going to get frustrated and turn elsewhere. Granted you only have AMD to turn to and guess where they are. Which is bad for Nvidia. Some gamers will turn to prostitution with consoles for lack of love from Nvidia. They were going to cheat anyway. Hardcore gamers and enthusiasts will stay loyal Nvidia knows this as most already have GPUs to work with.

Others will just pay the high prices. Miners are going to soon find out the hard way that "get rich quick schemes" bite you in the ass. With the exception of a few, most miners will get stuck holding hardware that is useless and before they see their ROI met. The smart ones will get out before the burst.

Most run of the mill miners will pay for their mistake for a long time to come. The only options I can see logically are to be patient very hard for me to do , see what the future brings. Give GPU makers a chance to come up with a solution that doesn't bankrupt them or at least set them back in development a couple years. If you really want to get back at those evil crypto miners then leave them stuck with their investment. The cards will be worn out anyway and who knows what life they will have left.

I'm not angry at anyone over this issue, I only have a problem with people and their greed. A modern card can produce the high-resolution and high frame-rate graphics that gamers expect. But several factors, including manufacturing delays during the coronavirus pandemic, have contributed to a shortage. Graphics cards are also popular with crypto-currency investors, who can use them for processing transactions and generating bitcoins, in a process known as mining.

Many miners build rigs using several graphics cards at a time to produce a powerful machine dedicated to mining crypto-currency, rather than gaming. For this to be economical, the rig must generate more in bitcoins than the cost of the hardware and the electricity it uses to run. This will make it less economical for miners to use the card for mining Ethereum.

Nvidia said it had focused on Ethereum because it "has the highest global mining yield for any GPU-mineable coin at the moment and thus is likely the main demand driver for GPUs in mining". However, it has also decided to sell a range of crypto-currency mining processors CMPs. Nvidia said the production of its CMPs would not impact the availability of its graphics cards.

But critics of crypto-currencies such as Bitcoin say the energy they consume is wasteful. Bitcoin consumes 'more electricity than Argentina'.

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When launching the miner, it is the DAG file which uploads into the graphics card memory. Over time DAG file size increases, which happens every 30, blocks and is called an epoch change, so each epoch corresponds to a specific DAG size. It shows the current DAG size for main Ethash currencies calculations is based on the block number. Remember that each block corresponds to a specific epoch, and each epoch corresponds to an exact DAG size.

DAG size is calculated based on the specific algorithm , which you can find here and you can check for yourself to see if it really works or not. By the way, all the DAG values have been calculated and organized a long time ago, so you can use them at this extract. That means that Ethereum Classic reaches 30, blocks 6x faster than Expanse.

However, according to the latest news, it will be the other way round. Ice Age is going to be delayed for a year and a half, while the block time is expected to go down to 14 seconds in October , that means epochs would change every five days, and the DAG size would increase by 8 MB.

The dying process started mainly after epoch 93 when the DAG size reached 1. Now the card is using 2. If there is a monitor connected to the graphics card, it will take up another MB. Supposing that soon the ETH block time will be 14 sec and will remain stable, 3GB graphics cards will begin slowly dying away in about days, that is, at the end of The math is pretty simple, check it out yourself:. By that moment everything might change multiple times because blockchain technology evolves fast.

This platform recently showed up in the cryptocurrency space and their service is mostly targetted on buying or selling crypto quickly. In fact, this platform is probably the best option if you want to buy bitcoins fast. On their website, they claim that this process can be done in just 15 minutes. In general, this is how it works:. Although their services are aimed at acquiring cryptocurrency fast, also PayBis has different features to offer.

Furthermore, their services are on a global scale and not limited to western countries only. Finally, the support on this platform is available 24 hours a day and will help you with questions or urgent problems. Last but not least, I want to mention that besides credit cards, they also offer to buy Bitcoin with Skrill, Neteller, Payeer, and Advanced cash.

Swapzone is another place that offers the possibility to buy or sell cryptocurrency. Buying VeChain is possible without going to exchange first. The idea is that they will get your crypto from the exchanges against the lowest exchange rate.

In addition, they constantly monitor the best exchange rates for thousands of available cryptocurrency pairs supported by exchange providers. Also, Swapzone gears you up with the latest information on the crypto exchange offers and services. As a result, you can pick the best deal and convert cryptocurrency instantly, with low fees and no registration.

You just give the public key of your wallet address and after transaction completion, the funds will directly be transferred to your wallet. Another option to buy crypto without exchange is Changelly. The service mechanism searches for the best crypto-to-crypto rates and supports over cryptocurrencies available for exchanging one to another.

Another interesting feature of this platform is that you can buy Bitcoin without verification. In fact, the way it works is that you only have to give the public key to your local wallet. Changelly offers a trusted service to almost 2 Million users worldwide and without revealing user identities. They offer good security service and after you have set up an account on their platform you have to enable 2FA 2 step verification. I think this is a good thing and makes Changelly trustworthy.

Fixed rates are not offered on their platform, this is because of the volatile nature of cryptocurrency. Instead, rates are tied to the latest transactions and the lowest at that time of date. For bank transfers, they have a partnership with Simplex and Indacoin. Like I explained earlier, fiat transactions are handled by their partners Simplex and Indacoin.

They both have some rules and regulations you should know:. Purchasing Bitcoin or any other cryptocurrency can also be done from within a crypto wallet. As explained above there are two types of wallets available:. In this chapter the best cryptocurrency wallets that offer a built-in exchange. In addition, your crypto should never leave the wallet where you can be in full control. Indeed, if you favor being in full control of your own cryptos then the Ledger Nano hardware wallet should be it.

Furthermore, the wallet enables users to perform a wide variety of functions, including sending and receiving bitcoin from blockchains or running third-party apps on the device. Besides holding your crypto safe in the wallet, users can also purchase new crypto because of Ledger wallet uses a built-in exchange feature. This feature uses a third party Coinify so buying comes at a cost: 4. After the purchase, the newly acquired crypto will be automatically sent to your public key address on your Ledger.

Another decentralized wallet to hold your cryptocurrency tokens is Trust Wallet. Furthermore, Trust Wallet is available for download on desktop and for mobile devices. Trust Wallet is a multi-functional wallet and besides storing crypto or staking, it also has a built-in exchange for cryptocurrency purchases. Staking crypto is also a feature of this multi-functional wallet where Trust Wallet supports 9 different cryptocurrency coins. Atomic Wallet is a decentralized online cryptocurrency wallet available on desktop and mobile devices that supports more than coins and tokens.

The wallet is suited to crypto investors of all experiences and provides a simple, safe, and convenient means to store digital assets. Besides storing cryptocurrency on the wallet, users can also purchase new crypto because Atomic wallet uses a built-in exchange feature.

All in all, Atomic wallet is a reliable solution if you favor having your cryptos accessible for regular use, on your mobile device. Can centralized exchanges be trusted? Do you want to get involved in cryptocurrency without being a trader? These are good questions and in this guide, I have shown you 6 ways to buy Bitcoin without exchange. Is there any downside to buying Bitcoin or any other cryptocurrencies this way? The only thing a centralized exchange has in favor is high liquidity and the possibility to buy crypto cheap.

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