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How to GPU-mine BitCoins on a MacBook Pro

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Large files in system after trying to mine bitcoins

Hi guys
I tried to mine bitcoin on my macbook pro without success. Now i have a big problem.. my system is taking 100gb space of total 120Gb...
Do anyone know to delete this part of the space?
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Technical Questions: Mac Nodes & Servers

Hi guys, I posted this over at BitcoinBeginners but it hasn’t received a lot of useful input. I’ve read the FAQ there and searched around the web for answers, but could really use your help.
I have a dedicated 2011 MacBook Pro running High Sierra that I’d like to use in support of Bitcoin. So far, I have installed and verified GPG Suite and Bitcoin Core following instructions from bitcoin.orf. It is now synced, and I hope to add block explorer, a lightning node, and an electrum server. Once complete, I’d like to create some tutorials and guides to help others who have old Macs, since there is already a lot of good info for Windows and Linux.
I found this guide on Medium talking about Power Node Launcher, but it’s doesn’t have the same emphasis on security as the other tools I’ve setup. Before taking next steps, I’d like input from the community on the order of steps and trusted sources for installing the aforementioned programs.
If there is anything else I can do with my computer and bandwidth to help Bitcoin, please let me know. Specifically, if I am able to setup a lightning node, would it help if I stored some bitcoin on it to support transactions? Should I setup a slow simple mining program or run an older ASIC miner that is not part of a pool just to help diversify the network? Should I setup a satellite connection as Andreas suggested in one of his older videos? Thanks for your input.
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TIFU by buying a used car and returning thousands of dollars of stolen goods to a rich prick

So this happned a few months ago
A good friend of mine brother was about to be send off to rehab so he no longer needed a car.
I talk to his patents and they agree to sell me the car for only 400$ because I'm a family friend.
It was in pretty rough shape but ran good.
I figured I could fix a few things and make some good money on it.
So I get the car home and start cleaning it. It was one of the most discussing cars I've ever seen but a few hours later it's looking pretty good.
Then I notice that the tire is flat so I inflate it check back a few hours later to see if it's holding air and it's not.
So this being a older honda crv It has a full sized spare on the back with a new tire so I'll just swap it out but my jack can't lift the car high enough because it was a higher suv.
So I go into the trunk and lift up the carpet that has the Jack in it. And I just find a huge black garbage bag.
I open the bag and find a the newest macbook pro top model with the biggest screen, a xbox one x a few bluetooth speakers and some beats headphones.
I was shoked and didn't know what to do. So I load up the laptop and see a name that looks familiar. I go on Facebook and search it and it was a guy that went to my highschool that graduated a few years before me.
I do some stalking on Facebook and see this guy is legit a millionaire or close to it. He has his own company and post screen shots of hundred of thousands invested in stocks and bitcoin and huge commission checks, not to mention his 3 super fancy 60k plus cars.
So me being a nice guy and doing the right thing I send him a message thinking you know maybe he'll be grateful I didn't pawn all his stuff and he'll give me a reward or somthing since he seems to be super wealthy.
Now I didn't wanna get my friends brother in even more trouble then he already was dealing with so I sent a message "hey bought a used car found your laptop and some other things I'll return them to you if you wanna meet up"
He ofc is fast to answer comes over and retrieves all his stuff, pulling up in a brand new Mercedes.
He tells ne somone broke in and stole all this stuff and also took his keys to a ford raptor ( I'm guessing they were planning on literally stealing his truck which btw raptors are like 70k+)
He also tells me there is a open investigation. And ask where I got the car.
I said look man got it from a friends brother, I don't wanna cause any issues with my friend so just take back you're stuff and I hope we can call it even.
The dude says ok. Does not even say thank you then drives off in his car with all the stuff, plus his truck keys which could have been stolen.
Then the next day I have a detective showing up at my house and asking me 500 questions and actually makes me go down to the station treating me like I'm a criminal thinking I did it.
Long story short, I got no thank you, no reward, was treated like a criminal, had to go to the police station multiple times and ultimately had to turn my friends brother in and he got charged.
Oh I only made $400 on the car to btw.
TL;DR by buying a used car, finding thousands of dollars of stolen electronics in the trunk returning it to a millionaire, who didn't even thank me, then being treated like a criminal and losing a friend.
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Tips for Building a 6K editing PC w/ more than 1 GPU (Resolve)

Hi editing !
I'm new to building a PC and lucked out on getting 3 x 1080 ti's for free from my brothers old bitcoin mining rig.
I shoot and edit my own videos, Ursa Mini 4.6K, 4.6K Lossless files (moving to RED Dragon 6K files in the new year with the RED Komodo 6k). I would like to edit with as little proxy-ing as possible, I know its totally unnecessary to have it playback at full res but my current computer cant even handle 720p proxies...
I currently edit on a 2013 Macbook Pro, mid-range. Timeline 1080p 24fps, Delivery 1080p (vimeo)
Ideally I will be taking 4.6k lossless files, as well as 6k 6:1 compressed files and editing in 4K 24fps proxy for 4K delivery.
My buddy told me I will be fine with just one 1080 ti, but I already have 3 so I figure I might as well put them to use.
I'm wondering if I can put all 3 of them into this sub $1500 rig.
The PC I am about to build will go like this:

CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 3800X 3.9 GHz 8-Core Processor
MB: Asus ROG STRIX X470-F Gaming ATX AM4
RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR4-3200 Memory
Storage: Samsung 970 Evo 500 GB M.2-2280 NVME SSD
Storage: Western Digital 1 TB HDD
GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11 GB SC2 Video Card
GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11 GB SC2 Video Card
**GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11 GB SC2 Video Card**
**(NON-SLI)**
CASE: Corsair 275R Airflow ATX Mid Tower Case
PSU: **EVGA BQ 850 W 80+ Bronze semi-modular ATX**
**(Need a 1000 W 80+ Gold if i have more than 2 GPU's)**

Most of the information I have found about 2 GPU's is SLI, but I have also read that DaVinci works better with 2 separate dedicated GPU's.
Does anyone have any advice on whether or not 2-way SLI is better?
Can I do 3-way Crossfire with this build? Can I have 3 GPU's non-SLI?
Can I dedicate just 1 GPU for debayering in the background?
Can I dedicate 1 GPU for rendering only?

Thanks in advance!
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Tips for Building a 6K editing PC w/ more than 1 GPU (Resolve)

Hi buildapc
I'm new to building a PC and lucked out on getting 3 x 1080 ti's for free from my brothers old bitcoin mining rig.
I shoot and edit my own videos, Ursa Mini 4.6K, 4.6K Lossless files (moving to RED Dragon 6K files in the new year with the RED Komodo 6k). I would like to edit with as little proxy-ing as possible, I know its totally unnecessary to have it playback at full res but my current computer cant even handle 720p proxies...
I currently edit on a 2013 Macbook Pro, mid-range. Timeline 1080p 24fps, Delivery 1080p (vimeo)
Ideally I will be taking 4.6k lossless files, as well as 6k 6:1 compressed files and editing in 4K 24fps proxy for 4K delivery.
My buddy told me I will be fine with just one 1080 ti, but I already have 3 so I figure I might as well put them to use.
I'm wondering if I can put all 3 of them into this sub $1500 rig.
The PC I am about to build will go like this:

CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 3800X 3.9 GHz 8-Core Processor
MB: Asus ROG STRIX X470-F Gaming ATX AM4
RAM: Corsair Vengeance LPX 32 GB (2 x 16 GB) DDR4-3200 Memory
Storage: Samsung 970 Evo 500 GB M.2-2280 NVME SSD
Storage: Western Digital 1 TB HDD
GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11 GB SC2 Video Card
GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11 GB SC2 Video Card
**GPU: EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11 GB SC2 Video Card**
**(NON-SLI)**
CASE: Corsair 275R Airflow ATX Mid Tower Case
PSU: **EVGA BQ 850 W 80+ Bronze semi-modular ATX**
**(Need a 1000 W 80+ Gold if i have more than 2 GPU's)**

Most of the information I have found about 2 GPU's is SLI, but I have also read that DaVinci works better with 2 separate dedicated GPU's.
Does anyone have any advice on whether or not 2-way SLI is better?
Can I do 3-way Crossfire with this build? Can I have 3 GPU's non-SLI?
Can I dedicate just 1 GPU for debayering in the background?
Can I dedicate 1 GPU for rendering only?

Thanks in advance!
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Honeyminer Uninstall? Mac OS

Can't seem to eject Honeyminer thus preventing me from uninstalling it.

I'm running on Mac OS. Anyone else run into this issue?
(pretty sure it's bogging down my laptop when not in use, although I did check my CPU and nothing out of the ordinary. Maybe something I should be looking out for but I am missing?)

Also, I should probably just look into a rig as mining on a laptop is kinda pointless.
________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
My specs incase they are of any help!

MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Mid 2015)
-Processor: 2.8 GHz Intel Core i7
-Memory: 16 GB 1600 MHz DDR3
-Storage: 500GB Solid State
-Graphics: Intel Iris Pro 1536 MB


Thank you to anyone who contributes.
I've been using bitcoin since 2014 but never had intentions of HODL nevermind mine it myself.

P.S. Ohh the sweet days 1BTC was 415 USD and I was astonished how much it was worth as a highschool student. Imagine if we never spent those precious coins :'(
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Best way to use free Google Cloud Credit?

I'm a budding developer, working as a back end intern in Java but learning FE frameworks like React, Angular, and I really enjoy creating Flutter Apps on the side. I just published Google Assistant actions and now have up to $200 for Google Cloud every month for the next year.
I appreciate gaming but have not had the chance to build a gaming computer yet because of budget constraints. I've heard of using a Google cloud machine and Parsec, and I use a 2018 32GB RAM MacBook Pro for development, could I use it for that?
Can I use it for Bitcoin mining, machine learning analysis, contribute the computing power to charitable solutions, etc? If not, or if there's anything else you'd suggest, what should I use it for?
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Should I invest in Bitcoin?

When I first noticed Bitcoin, it was hovering around $11 in 2012. I tried to start mining, but quickly realized my Macbook Pro’s processing power wasn’t sufficient to justify the time and energy it would take to get up and running. I never mined a single Bitcoin, but I did quite a bit of research.
I rapidly read articles on Bitcoin, its past and its future.
I watched tutorials on how to mine Bitcoin and the mechanics of its payout system.
I browsed all the major forums, for opinions from Bitcoin owners.
This isn’t me trying to brag about my foresight in spotting Bitcoin before it became big. As a technology enthusiast, this was just one of the many tech crazes I explored. Many of these failed quietly or haven’t yet satisfied the hype (3D printing).
If there was one consensus among Bitcoin owners in 2012, it was that they truly believed in Bitcoin. Enthusiasts foresaw the potential revolutionary impact of a de-centralized currency. Libertarians hoped for an end to the monopoly of the dollar. Despite its problems, the future looked bright, and early adopters invested on that premise.
Today, many purchase BTC with no basis other than the gargantuan number beside the ticker and an exponential price chart. With every sharp increase, more and more speculators purchase BTC, with nothing but a hunch as vindication. Answers appear on Quora, where writers ‘guarantee’ BTC will rise to $25,000+.
Yesterday, I talked to someone who purchased 1 BTC, at ~$12,500. He excitedly revealed that he had earned a 25% return within 24 hours, as BTC rose to $16,500. I interrupted to ask what had prompted him to buy BTC in the first place. His only response was that he saw the pattern of BTC’s growth and didn’t believe the profits would end anytime soon.
My friend is normally a rational, intelligent person, whose opinions I seek and respect. As such, I was astounded to hear his speculation was based solely on a hunch.
My response was simple. I showed him a chart of an even bigger growth stock than BTC, at the height of the tech bubble in 2000. At the height of its powers, Cisco was the largest company in the world. Like Bitcoin, for over a decade the stock had been exponentially rising, posting a 265,100% return between IPO and peak price.
But then the party stopped and the bubble burst. From 2000–2002, Cisco lost 88% of its value. The stock never fully recovered, and still lingers as a shadow of its former formidable self.
Cisco isn’t an isolated example. History is filled with examples of ‘the next best thing’ with an astounding growth record but without the fundamentals to back up these crazy valuations. Tulipmania, the South Sea company and the Mississippi company are just some of these precedents.
I then asked another simple question, to forget about the share price, and to imagine he could never sell the stock on an exchange. If he had to buy BTC at $16,500 and could never sell it on any exchange, would he be happy to hold BTC, as an investment which he could only use as a currency in shops, as he would the Euro or the US dollar? Would he be happy to use BTC for its intended purpose, not just to make a quick profit.
I invite you to ask yourself the same question. BTC is currently worth a collective $267 billion. Do you believe that BTC could buy $267 billion worth of items, either online or in brick and mortar stores?
You may strongly believe BTC will become accepted as a fiat currency, but even then what makes you believe each BTC will be worth more than it is today?
Is it not already priced into the market?
Considering the lack of assets or government guarantor to act as collateral, why is BTC worth more than the paper clip on my desk?
These are all questions you have to ask before purchasing BTC. We’re in the middle of a 9 year bull market, the 2nd longest in history. Markets have been rising so long, they’ve all but forgotten the possibility of a crash. People are buying a ticker, without any consideration for the underlying asset.
Ultimately, BTC is at its current price because no-one is certain it will go up or down. I believe it's grossly overvalued, and the underlying asset doesn't deserve a value of $267 billion. That's why I can't recommend investing in BTC.
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Trying to switch from MacBook Pro. Help me build a PC!

Hey guys,
I’ve owned a MacBook Pro early 2011 for 7 years now. Here are its technical specifications. https://support.apple.com/kb/SP619?locale=en_US&viewlocale=en_US
I’m looking to make the jump over to PC and I need your help.
My budget? I had planned 2000$ CAD for a new MacBook (1500+$ US), but I’m looking to save a bit of money. It’s part of the reason why I’d like to build a PC.
I have a mouse. I do NOT own a keyboard and I do NOT own a monitor ether. Is it perhaps possible to use my MacBook Pro’s monitor with a Thunderbolt cable?
The parts would be shipped to Quebec, Canada.
I heard graphic cards are currently expensive due to bitcoin mining. Should I wait?
Thank you in advance so much, guys! Hopefully I established all of my needs well enough. - ZeroBlindDragon
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Thanks to your help I built my first PC

The last computer I owned was a Macbook Pro in college which fell to waste sometime in 2013. Since then I've stuck to gaming on xbox and surfing the internet using my work laptop or phone. It is not the level of luxury I expected to reach at this point in life so I decided to build my first PC.
I started looking here for budget-friendly builds which could handle both gaming and basic video editing. I landed on this guide and was immediately hooked by the price. Building a solid PC for under $700 was what I was hoping to find, until I totaled the parts and discovered that the 1050 ti is overpriced or out of stock. This led to a month of speculation as I read about the world of bitcoin mining... Still determined to succeed, I reset my sights on a similar build without the 1050 ti that could be upgraded down the road:
PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant
Type Item Price
CPU AMD - Ryzen 7 1700 3.0GHz 8-Core Processor $288.29 @ OutletPC
Motherboard Gigabyte - GA-AB350-Gaming ATX AM4 Motherboard $78.49 @ SuperBiiz
Memory Corsair - Vengeance LPX 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3000 Memory $184.99 @ Amazon
Storage SanDisk - SSD PLUS 120GB 2.5" Solid State Drive $59.90 @ Amazon
Storage SanDisk - SSD PLUS 480GB 2.5" Solid State Drive $124.65 @ Amazon
Video Card Gigabyte - GeForce GTX 1050 2GB D5 Video Card $154.98 @ Newegg
Case NZXT - S340 (White) ATX Mid Tower Case $59.99 @ Newegg
Power Supply EVGA - 500W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply $48.89 @ OutletPC
Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts
Total (before mail-in rebates) $1020.18
Mail-in rebates -$20.00
Total $1000.18
Generated by PCPartPicker 2018-02-18 13:45 EST-0500
So far the performance has accomplished everything I need for gaming and video editing, running both Premiere Pro and games like Subnautica without any hiccups. It's became a powerful addition to my living space and building it from scratch was incredibly gratifying. I just wanted to thank this sub for all the knowledge and expertise you provided in helping make my first PC.
Edit: here is a before and after of the assembly.
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Mining new cryptocoins?

I posted this earlier, but got no response.
Hi cryptocurrency,
I'm looking at a few potentially promising coins (well, at least from the word I've heard on here and a few places) such as SiaCoin, Gridcoin, Guppy and Decred. I believe I can't mine Lykke. Perhaps it's still early enough to try my hand at mining a few - heck, Sia's in the same range as Dogecoin (no shade, but I'm just saying. I love Dogecoin)
However, the laptop I have works on a 16GB SSD, and this doesn't mean shit I'm sure. The last time I tried my hand at mining was in 2013, and I barely got a thousandth of a Bitcoin, if not zero, with my Macbook Pro, and I got like 50 Dogecoin on another time. This wasn't too early of course, but still, with 3 years passed...
Anyway, is it worth taking a crack at mining any of these coins? A lot of them seem to be quite early, for the lack of a better word, which gives me more hope of being able to mine them.
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Mining new crypto's?

Hi cryptocurrency,
I'm looking at a few potentially promising coins (well, at least from the word I've heard on here and a few places) such as SiaCoin, Gridcoin, Lykke, Guppy and Decred. Perhaps it's still early enough to try my hand at mining a few - heck, Sia's in the same range as Dogecoin (no shade, but I'm just saying. I love Dogecoin)
However, the laptop I have works on a 16GB SSD, and this doesn't mean shit I'm sure. The last time I tried my hand at mining was in 2013, and I barely got a thousandth of a Bitcoin, if not zero, with my Macbook Pro, and I got like 50 Dogecoin on another time. This wasn't too early of course, but still, with 3 years passed...
Anyway, is it worth taking a crack at mining any of these coins? A lot of them seem to be quite early, for the lack of a better word, which gives me more hope of being able to mine them.
edit: silly me, Lykke's unmineable
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From one newbie to any others who see this: Don't mine. Especially if all you got is a Macbook Pro.

I've been reading about Bitcoin for a while and found it quite fascinating. My interest started when my friend's brother mined 8 Bitcoin and apparently sold them for about $3000 each (bearing in mind I have no idea what his setup is like and how long he was mining for).
So I thought, hell yeah if all I gotta do is leave my computer on for a few days and maybe get half a bitcoin or so why not? So then I decided to educate myself on mining and how to go about it (some useful links in the "Will I earn money by mining?" thread in the sidebar).
After figuring out my computer's specifications and using various online calculators (also in that linked thread), I discovered that with my 2011 Macbook pro I'd have to be mining constantly for a year to earn the equivalent of about $0.01 USD.
I thought it was an error at first but then discovered the machines that the pros were using got up to a maximum of around 14,000,000 Mhash/s. My Macbook Pro does 16.289 Mhash/s. Not to mention the price of those machines and the cost of running them.
I learnt this all in about 1 hour and promptly decided I am not going to be a miner.
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video card options for 4k 60Hz on a budget

I just got a DELL U2718Q 27" 4k display from my job and would like to upgrade my video card from a nVidia GT240 512mb to something that will drive the 4k monitor at 4k. The display is beautiful when driven off my new macbook pro. I haven't bought a video card for a hackintosh in forever and I've read that AMD (ATI to me) is back in the game and cards have gotten stupid expensive due to crypto mining.
Thanks in advance for any advice provided.
More about what is important to me:
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Help recovering bitcoin from 2010.

Hey there, So I'm sure you guys have gotten plenty of these posts, so I do apologize. I was mining back in 2010 on both a PC and a Macbook Pro and was storing everything in, what I thought was my MultiBit wallet. I've found the wallet on an old hard drive and restored from it, but it's only showing I have a tiny fraction of what I thought I had. I though I had between 5-10BTC and this wallet has .00006108 in it (LOL). It has been synchronozing for some time and still not done, so maybe there is hope there. There is a possibility that I also had a BitcoinQT wallet where I put most of the coins, but I cannot find it. I'm trying to remember the ways in which to recover wallets. Do you need the wallet.dat file or do you just need the crazy word phrase key to unlock the address? I know I have it somewhere but I can't find right now.
Thanks for input.
Cheers, yetisalmon
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BITCOIN MINING

Hi guys So I would Like to know about Bitcoin Mining, And how I can use it and The profit etc. I know that you need a miner and use computational energy to solve algorithms in a pool of bitcoin miners to successfully mine a bitcoin and share the prize. Kind of like a Boss killing in games. I have a Macbook Pro 13 inch 2015. 2.9 GHz intel Core i5 8Gb memory 1867 Mhz DDR3 Intel iris graphics 6100 1356 MB I was wondering If i could purchase a bitcoin miner and successfully profit from it. I currently have installed solar panels in my roof which saves electricity. If so what are my options for bitcoin miner with my MacBook Laptop. If not should I build a good PC (With what qualities, Ram/Graphic cards) should i build with. As well as what miner I should use. Would be nice to know how much I would make a day, and explain the process much more clearly, as I am confused on what Hash rate is. Thank you :) Also thoughts on cloud mining?
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AMD Vega 64 only mining at 10Mh, but other people reporting 40-60mh... What’s wrong with my setup?

Hi everyone,
Old school miner from Bitcoin 2013 days.
Fired up the rig and put a AMD Vega 64 into a Mantiz Venus eGPU box and connected it to my Thunderbolt 1 MacBook Pro.
I used ethminer to get it going and it only pulled 10Mh in the miner.
I checked online and other people were getting 4-6x more hashes than me. How is this possible?
If it helps, the Mac is a 2011 MacBook Pro (I tried on a 2014 Regina MBP, same haha rate). I use the reference Vega 64, and ethminer in MacOS High Sierra.
Can’t seem to figure it out :(
EDIT: my Command line is ./ethminer --farm-recheck 200 -G -S us1.ethermine.org:4444 -FS us2.ethermine.org:4444 -O My.ETH.Address.mbp
Update:
It turns out mining in MacOS sucks. I loaded the Blockchain drivers from AMD, hash rate is up to 35mh now.
Thanks guys!
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Just wanted to introduce myself.

I am 35 and have been working on the web for about 13 years. I really think that this whole altcoin thing will further democratize currency and ultimately make governments more accountable because it's taking one more piece of the pie away from them.
I'm speccing out my first mining rig. Used my MacBook Pro and made like .0002496 litecoins. I'm hooked. But I need to not fry the computer I used to make money with. (Freelance)
So I am going to buy another one. Anyway, after obsessing and learning about bitcoin, I'm extra happy I found litecoin. The barrier to entry is lower and I think it has more longevity.
Tl;dr excited about litecoin and wanted to introduce myself.
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MacOS mining issues - IP banned - Synchronization Problems

Hello everyone,
I am new to the cryptocurrency world. I was brought in by that EverythingApplePro video on mobile mining. After watching I made a Coinbase account and bought $50 in Litecoin, Ethereum, and Bitcoin each. There was obviously a mention of Electroneum and it's low price and high potential. Thus, I decided to lean to mine for Electroneum. Currently I am a not so rich college student with only a 4 year old MacBook Pro and an iPhone 6 to his technological gain. I don't really want to mine on these products as I really can't afford to replace them. The good news is that my office has a computer that is really only used by me that I tried to mine on. Here are the computer specs. I don't exactly have slow internet with a typical speed of 50 mbps up and 8 mbps down.
I created a paper wallet successfully using the electroneum.com browser instructions. I then tried to begin mining using "electroneumd.exe" on terminal. It seemed like a really long process as I had to synchronize to the block chain of 89,000 blocks. I let it run all night and when I came back it wasn't done but I had to exit terminal to do some other things. Now when I come back my terminal looks like this. As you can see it gets stuck at 66799/86891 blocks and just stays there.
Obviously this wasn't working so I looked for an alternative method of mining. I looked and found people using MinerGate and SumoEasyMiner. Some people said MinerGate was a scam so I chose SumoEasyMiner with this setup. Although it seemed to be working there was something odd going on. As you can see I was at about 71.85 H/s, but when I would check on uspool.electroneum.com with my wallet address I was always hovering at 22-45 H/s. Now when I used the mobile miner on my phone I would typically only see a difference of a few H/s, not as drastic as on the desktop computer.
Now MY IP IS BANNED and I don't know why or what I did. After about 8 hours of mining this is my final result. I know it's not much but it's something.
If you have any advice as to how I can most efficiently continue to mine please let me know! Any mining software or help using terminal would be greatly appreciated.
UPDATE: I tried SumoEasyMiner on my laptop connected to the same wifi as the desktop and my IP is not banned. I'm at 45 H/s on SumoEasyMiner, but 12 H/s on the uspool.electroneum.com checker.
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Can I use an old GPU (nVidia 9800GT) for mining?

I've been mining the last few days using CPU. I'm getting around 25-30Khs. (linux VM on 2017 Macbook Pro, limited to 3-4 cores) According to the bitcoin calculation charts, my old 9800 should be able to top that. (But thats using SHA256.) I tried ccminer, and cgminer, but no success so far. (Not finding CUDA or OpenCL compatible hardware.) . I'm just not sure if i'm missing something, or theres another miner i can use or not. (The 9800 is in a Windows machine.)
I have a feeling i'm out of luck, but I figured I'd ask.
Thanks!
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Best way to start Bitcoin mining on macbook pro. Things to purchase etc...

I just started bitcoin mining today and i'm on a macbook pro 2.4GHz Intel Core i5 with 8Gb of memory and a GeForce GT 330M graphics card. I'm using BitMinter because the most popular program "asteroid" keeps crashing as I am running Yosemite and they are having problems creating an update. BitMinter is only running at a hash rate of 0.01Ghps (7000Khps). I was wondering if anyone could respond to this with the most cost efficient things to purchase to improve my ROI. Thank you all for the help.
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For more information on Bitcoin mining, take a look at this article by our colleagues at Tech Advisor. ... along the lines of a MacBook Pro or a higher-end iMac such as the iMac with 5K display. Scroll back up to the top of the guide to join our FB group and get started mining. Yes, Bitcoin mining with a MacBook is possible with the help of a mining software called Niftyhash. The setup will be the same process as Nicehash, plug in your Coinbase Wallet Address and start the miner to begin benchmarking. Once that’s done the miner will ... A Mac Desktop (or a MacBook) running OSX. This tutorial was made running OSX High Sierra on a 2017 MacBook Pro. Internet access. In addition to downloading the necessary software, you’ll also need to connect to your mining pool and the Litecoin network. For this tutorial, you don’t need any prior experience or tech skills. Since we’ll be ... Macbook Pro Image with Coding ;) So you’ve purchased a Macbook Pro and you’re interested in testing out mining cryptocurrencies. The good news is you can start mining right away. Step 7. Click Start. In the FPGA/ASIC Miner window (in Step 5 above). Step 8. Watch the Bitcoin roll in. To monitor your progress, log into your mining pool account and watch the "My Account" page.

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Mining Groestlcoin on a Mac Pro

On my MacBook Pro using it's i7 from 2006, with Bytecoin it gets around 80 hashs a second which means around 1 coin per 90 minutes, with only a 10watt increase while it's mining over just being on. this is a quick introduction about litecoin mining and how to litecoin mine on your macbook pro. heres some useful links that i mentioned in the video: UPDATED How to do GPU Bitcoin Mining on a Mac Easily - Duration: 7:10. howtwos101 85,867 views. 7:10. HOW TO: Set Up Monero GUI Wallet! (In Under 6 Min) 🚀 - Duration: 5:52. My tutorial on mining Dogecoin on a MacBook Pro 13inc with Intel HD 4000 integrated graphics. ... How to start Bitcoin mining for beginners (SUPER EASY) - ULTIMATE GUIDE - Duration: 13:51. How Much? can you make from building and mining 6 GPU rig with Ethereum and NiceHash Part 1 - Duration: 19:53. How Much? 884,587 views

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