Does it make sense to try and combine the hash rate of several computers through a master node and deliver all of it as one to the cloud mining platform, or maybe it does not make sense and you get the same, or better results by letting each machine mine individually?
Did any of you guys try that, before?
This is a very interesting implementation. Thanks for your work.
But, I think that the nodes still mine separately after receiving the instructions from the main node.
I was wondering if there is a way to throw combine the hash rate of the nodes and “throw” it at the algorithm, maybe getting a significantly bigger hash rate than any single node mining on its own.
Do you get an advantage by aggregating the nodes CPU power, and is it even possible to do so?
But, I think that the nodes still mine separately after receiving the instructions from the main node.I was wondering if there is a way to throw combine the hash rate of the nodes and “throw” it at the algorithm
This is exactly what stratum proxy does: “hashrate clustering”
When you are mining with multiple GPUs on a worker, the pool send you a work (target + hash) and all the GPUs of this miner try to solve it.
Now, when you connect an other worker to the pool, the poll will send an other work (same target, other hash). So the GPUS of the first miner work on share 1 and the second GPU-set (worker 2) on share 2.
Now, if you use a proxy, your computers cluster (behind the proxy) is “declared” to the pool like an unique miner and all GPUs try to solve the same work (target + hash). So, if you have 5 rigs with 6 GPUs, the proxy act like an unique 30 gpus miner with aggregated hashrate.
here you go with my current hash and income…
Hash Rate: 7.2 MH/S
Geräte: 90 / 91
Wallet-Guthaben: 8527.412 NIM / 18.129 USD
Alltime <income: 404544.593 NIM / 860.062 USD
Pool-income: 6322.452 NIM / 13.442 USD
income day / Tag: 77,638.21 NIM / 165.06 USD
income month / Monat: 2,329,146.40 NIM / 4,951.77 USD