Use A Raspberry Pi And A CPU Miner To Mine Altcoins

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(Updated) [Staking] Reddcoin Core client GUI wallet on a Raspberry Pi Model 3B


This thread is an update to my first Reddcoin staking tutorial that was written 7 months ago.
The reason for the update
My Reddcoin Core software crashed and became unusable. My Raspberry Pi 3B would lag and freeze, I couldn't stake anymore.
Instead of just redoing everything the same way, I wanted to see if I could improve on 3 points:
The updates
If you would like to tip me
Writing a tutorial like this takes time and effort; tips are appreciated. My Reddcoin address: RqvdnNX5MTam855Y2Vudv7yVgtXdcYaQAW.





This video shows how long it takes to start Reddcoin Core.   TL;DR:


Backup your wallet to prevent losing the RDDs in your wallet! There are two methods to backup, do both. Make new backups if you create a new receiving address!
Boot with only 1 USB drive plugged in:
Make sure only the USB drive (with the swap partition and data partition) is plugged in when you boot up your Raspberry Pi. This to make sure the swap partition (/dev/sda1) is recognized correctly.   If you boot up with multiple USB drives, Lubuntu might see the USB drive with the swap partition as the second drive (instead of the first drive), and ignore the 2 GB swap partition. If this happens, starting Reddcoin can render the Raspberry Pi unresponsive.
Connection issues If you have issues syncing the blockchain because you have 0 network connections, please follow the instructions in this thread.
Start Reddcoin Core easier
Run a shell script (.sh file), so you can start Reddcoin just by double clicking on an icon on your Desktop.
Minimization options
Adjust minimization options, so you can safely press on the X button (the close/exit button on the upper right corner).
RealVNC VNC Viewer (client) and VNC Connect (server): To remote connect to the Raspberry Pi, I use VNC Viewer ad VNC Connect from RealVNC.
Chromium as browser: The updates break Firefox, the browser crashes when you try to run it. Install another browser, Chromium, to solve this issue.
Updates / Upgrades
If Software Updater shows up and tells you that there is updated software available, do not install the updates using Software Updater. Use LXTerminal to update Lubuntu.  


Credits in previous tutorial:
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Where can I get a good/legit Block Erupter?

So I've been looking into Bitcoin mining, and I thought of picking it up as a hobby. I was looking into getting the Raspberry Pi 3 and getting a few Block Erupters. I've looked on eBay and Amazon, but I'm a little weary because they are sold by third party sellers, and I'm new to this. Is there any verified vendors that I could buy a good Block Erupter from?
Edit: Formatting/spelling
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Guide For New Shibes

So it has become apparent to me from the constant questions on this subreddit that a lot of new miners/shibes need help, so I have decided to make a basic guide to most of the questions I see a lot here.
1) BTC - This means Bitcoin so If you see a miner that says BTC it does not work with dogecoin because dogecoin is Scrypt.
2) Scrypt - This is what dogecoin runs off of, or what your computeasic/gpu solves to support the network.
3) Asic - This stands for an application-specific integrated circuit, or in less confusing terms a miner dedicated completely to mining a particular type of coin such as dogecoin.
4) GPU Mining - Using a graphics card to mine crypto currencies.
5) CPU Mining - A slow and inefficient way of using your computers Central Processing Unit to mine crypto currencies.
6) Hash Rate - The rate at which you mine a crypto currency. The higher the better.
7) KH - This Means Kilo Hashes. 1KH = 1,000 Hashes a Second
8) MH - This Means Mega Hash - 1 MH = 1,000,000 hashes a second.
9) Should I buy an asic? - If you want to support the network yes. If you want to solely make money off of it No. Buy the coin if you want to make profit. This is my opinion, there is no one answer to this question.
10) Mining Pool - Pooled mining is a mining approach where multiple generating clients contribute to the generation of a block, and then split the block reward according the contributed processing power. Pooled mining effectively reduces the granularity of the block generation reward, spreading it out smoothly over time.
Tl/DR You Work with other miners to solve stuff faster making you money faster.
11) Mining Difficulty - How hard it is to solve the problems to generate dogecoin.
12) Do I need a fan? - Yes I cannot stress how important it is to properly cool your units. Make sure your units are always cool or else they might melt. Do not think you are safe just because you turn your ac up, but a fan.
13) What Mining Pool Should I Pick? - Here is a list of all of the pools Pick one that works for you.
14) What is a wallet? - This is where you store your dogecoin and where you can send and receive dogecoin.
15) What Wallet Should I get? - Online is convenient but not safe. Paper Is the Safest But Not convenient. Cold Storage is the mostly safe and somewhat convenient.
16) What is cold storage? - Basically putting your wallet on an offline device like a usb.
17) Can I mine on a mac? - Yes look here for more info.
18) Cloud Mining - A service you buy that mines for you. you pay for a certain amount of hashes, lets just say 10gh for an example, and the company/service mines you this amount for the time you bought. It is not profitable usually.
19) What Is a Raspberry Pi? - A small cheap computer that people use to run their miners on.
20) Watts - The measure of electricity.
21) Should I pre-order? No Never F%&$ing pre order, you will get scammed 99.9999% of the time.
22) Can I still mine? - Yes, you probably wont make money but you will support the doge community.
23) Linux - An operating system like windows that people use to run mining programs on.
24) If you Have an animal make sure to properly protect your mining rig from them. Wires from the machines make great chew toys.
25) How Do I calculate if im going to make money with my mining rig? - Use This mining Calculator This is also a very good calculator
26 What Mining Program Should I use? Windows: CG MINER Mac: Astroid Linux: CG Miner again
Goodluck mining I hope this helps. This Also Took A long time to make so support would be appreciated :)
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Where can I buy old ASICs? Currently looking for a Rockminer R-Box or similar

I'm building a bitcoin miner on a raspberry pi as a project with my son (yes - I understand fully I'll never earn a cent... er, satoshi).
My previous experience with mining was using a Rockminer R Box, and I was wondering if anyone has an old one or something similar they wouldn't mind parting with. I'm happy to buy it, if needed.
Basically, all the sellers I'm seeing on Craigslist and Ebay and so forth are advertising even the old USB 333 MH drives at over $50 - ridiculous markups that I suspect are preying on people who don't know any better and are trying to get in the mining game. Since none of these miners will ever earn money, its pretty ridiculous to sell them at those rates...
I like the R box as they were pretty silent and didn't make the house too hot (like my old antminers) and I want something a little more complex than a simple USB drive to put together with him.
Basically, we are going to put it together, learn about mining, then leave it on solo mining to try it as a bitcoin lottery.
Anyone know a good market for old miners - or have an old one they'd sell at a reasonable price?
Note to mods: not a "for sale" post - Its a want ad if anything :)
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Thinking about buying into a MegaBigPower ASIC kit. Any thoughts?
It has been awhile since I've been actively looking at bitcoin mining. This seems to be the best short term (next 6 months) option for building some capital to further expand a personal mining operation.
What are your opinions on the matter?
Here are some of the numbers I've run:
Bitcoin value. Current value at ~1000 USD. Profits above calculated at 900 USD Bitcoin difficulty: 1,180,923,195 Bitcoins per Block (BTC/block): 25 Conversion rate (USD/BTC): 900 Hash rate: 100 GH/s Electricity rate (USD/kWh): 0.09 Power consumption (W): 3 Time frame (months): 3 Cost of mining hardware (USD): 3011.98 Profitability decline per year: 0.61 Difficulty 1,180,923,195.00 Mining Factor 100: 0.04 USD/[email protected]/s Hardware break even: 84 days Net profit first time frame: 279.64 USD Coins per 24h at these conditions: 0.0426 BTC Power cost per 24h: 0.01 USD Revenue per day: 38.33 USD Less power costs: 38.32 USD System efficiency: 33333.33 MH/s/W Mining Factor 100 at the end of the time frame: 0.03 USD/[email protected]/s Average Mining Factor 100: 0.04 USD/[email protected]/s Power cost per time frame: 0.59 USD Revenue per time frame: 3292.21 USD Less power costs: 3291.62 USD Hardware Cost Breakdown: 100GH Overclockable Bitcoin Miner Kit 2,800.00 USD RASPBERRY PI MODEL B 700Mhz; 512Mb RAM 41.99 USD Cooler Master Silent Pro Gold 800W 169.99 USD Whatever amount you want to invest determines your percentage of the profits. Example: Total Investment Cost: 3011.98 USD Investor #1: 75 USD = %2.4 Profit Share, net profit of 6.97 USD after 3 months Investor #2: 500 USD = %16.6 Profit Share, net profit of 46.50 USD after 3 months Investor #3: 906.60 USD = %30.1 Profit Share Investor #4: 1505.99 USD = %50 Profit Share 874.16 USD net profit after 3 months with a $800 investment. Mining pool fee. Typically 3%. P2Pool offers 0% mining pool fee. 
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Josh Garza here to set the record straight for /r/Bitcoin and the community

Dear /Bitcoin and to our many satisfied Customers reading this, and other onlookers who have most likely been deceived at this point with the negative portrayal of what GAW Miners and PayCoin are all about, both of which are truly revolutionary concepts (I will address that later).
It has come to our attention recently that a lot of wild accusations have been flowing, threats, lies and downright deception especially influencing my (PayCoin and PayBase) appearance at the upcoming Bitcoin Miami North American Conference. I have been in direct contact with Moe and he has expressed some concern about my (PayBase) appearance and speaking.
First of all, let me address the issues of GAW/PayCoin being a "scam" or "fraud." I will include some user reviews from a few of our unsatisfied customers that we have "Scammed."
Review: New user, first post here.
Boxes have started arriving in the mail, and I just wanted to give some major kudos to GAW and Josh in particular. We took a gamble on you for this pre-order business but I'm starting to breathe much easier now. GAW has delivered on absolutely everything they've promised, and much, much more. - store credit to compensate for Gridseed price drop - next day, free shipping on product launch - non-stop engagement on this forum by Josh, keeping us informed and answering questions and concerns - excellent response to customer service inquiries - free zenminer controllers
Oh. My. GAW.
Seriously. I just keep getting more than I ever expected.
And I'm sure I'm missing some. This level of customer service (especially in this particular business) is unprecedented, and I have to believe that this product launch is a loss-leader when everything is tallied. BUT... GAW has made a loyal customer here, and probably many more.
Whatever the mining future holds, I can't wait to see GAW play a major role in it. Keep up the great work.
Review: I just got the unexpected Zen Controller / Raspberry Pi gift from GAWminers. Thank you so much! I've never received a outright gift like that from a company before.
And I got tracking for my Week 1 Fury - maybe slightly behind schedule but the free upgrade to DHL courier more than makes up for that. It will get here days sooner than regular post.
Thanks for everything GawMiners!
Review: My Black Widows are running for a few hours now, the mentioned 18mhs seems about right. Variance is quite high but in the long run it's arund 18mhs.
So getting 18mhs for an advertised 13mhs machine is quite outstanding if you ask me!
Cheers and thanks GAW-team
Review: I have a Fury hosted and can report of the same hashrate, very happy, too :-)
Review: My miners have been up and running for a few hours now so I thought I'd report the hash rates I'm seeing.
Black Widows - portal and poolside, 18MH/s! Fury - portal, 1MH/s, poolside, 1.6-1.8MH/s!
Review: Wow, I am beyond happy. GAW delivered early and the miners are producing way over advertised hash rate. What more could you ask for? Awesome. Cool
Only down side is instead of taking those $750 used G-blades of your hands I'm gonna have to buy another Black Widow now. Cheesy
Review: Another happy GAW customer here. I've ordered (and received) 2 Gridseeds from them in the past and just completed an order for a Fury. Very happy with the service (Amanda was great!) and looking forward to getting the Fury and included Zen Controller!
Review: Received 2 days ago, super easy setup and running at 1.3-1.8 mhs. Great customer service and Zencontroller is amazing. Waiitng to see those week one prices again. Keeep up the good work gawminer
Review: 1 week Fury. Im very happy with this product. Nice hash 1.3-1.4 MH/S in my pool. Working good with free ZenControler. What else?
Review: Received my ZenMiner 1 day before receiving my Fury , Web page is easy to access , nothing hard to config , ZENOS as been updated now we can see accepted shares etc.. much better now , and will probably be much more better in a few days
Review: I bought a Black Widow from GAW after my Cyclone from Zeus. My Black Widow shipped AFTER my Cyclone, and my Black Widow is hashing away at 14MH/s while my Cyclone sits in a Chinese warehouse being probed. I'm definitely unhappy with my Zeus purchase and wish I had put that money towards a bigger box from GAW instead.
GAW seems to be the perfect company to buy hardware from at this moment. Where zeus was first in the spot of: best hardware company, now GAW does. They offer free shipping (or for 25 bucks express shipping), and are a lot cheaper than Zeusminer. And oh they even give a refund... I think about 80% of the people would actually cancel their order if it would be possible, and go to GAW miners. But maybe I have an image of GAWminers which isn't realistic
I'd go with GAW again in a heartbeat, they even take cc's which makes this easier.
Still think we are a fraudulent company ripping people off? GAW has reinvented the mining industry and its been an amazing ride and we are so thankful to everyone in the community that has supported us. GAWMiners and zenCloud lets you generate an ROI faster and more reliably by giving you instant access to your hardware, allowing you to start mining the same-day you purchase, maximize uptimes, and eliminate the shipping and power costs. ZenCloud hosted is the most profitable and more convenient way to run your miner, period. We have continued to improve all of our products and increase hashing power while lowering costs at a rate unprecedented in the industry.
Anyways, let me move on to PayCoin and I could not be more excited by the feedback we have been receiving so far. A lot of people are bringing up the $20 floor for PayCoin or other promises we have claimed to have made. We did not backpedal on this issue, there was never a time that we meant that everyone in existence could cash out instantly and we would support that. We have some very large investors and capital supporting us (I am however not allowed to give specifics on this) who are backing the $20 price, however obviously this doesn't apply to everyone. The same thing would happen for Bitcoin or other cryptos, for example the price of Bitcoin now is around $315, however if every bitcoin owner in existence went to exchanges and tried to sell the price obviously would crash very hard down to $0 very quickly. So PayCoin and Bitcoin are extremely similar in this manner. However, we are committed to the $20 price, even if it may not be that way right now. As a help if people could buy or trade bitcoins for XPY this would certainly help that happen quicker, if anyone here is thinking of doing so all I can say is it would be an extremely sound and fruitful investment (lots of cheap coins available currently). $20 is more of a target we are going to enforce rather than a floor which I don't believe I have ever said.
Moving on to the Amazon and PayCoin integration issues. With PayBase Express we are working on the goal to shop with Paycoin on the Amazon, Target, Walmart, Macy*s and Best Buy’s online stores. This is something you can't do currently with Bitcoin or other crypto's, so I think this is one of the main points of why there has been so much negativity in the past several days from other camps, in a few words its jealousy but I am not going to play the pretend psychologist here. Due to legal reasons, I am not able to say when/if this will happen exactly since we are working with other large investors and partners who will be handling the interface and a large part of the legal/technical aspects of this and NDA's, however it is our dream and goal to build the world’s most advanced online payment system in world - Paybase. We hope to be ready to unveil the results of those efforts very soon! Lets say it will work like PayPal but the PayPal overseers don’t get their cut or say-so. Since the merchant pays less to process your order, it will cost you less, and so we pass those savings back to you.
Let me reiterate the once in a lifetime opportunity people have now to get in the ground floor of cheap coins which I absolutely hope will revolutionize currency and the internet as we see it today very soon (not to mention make the early investors very very rich!) :)
On this note, I am discussing with Moe to possibly make a separate, private consulting seminar at BTC Miami after the Q&A session (which due to my schedule I may or not be able to make). It would be a private meeting type scenario after-hours from the conference with a select group of people willing to pay the fee to really get an inside edge of the crypto industry and a pilots seat to the future by having a direct private meeting with me and speaking with me. Price for this would probably be between $1-2000 per head however its just a preliminary idea I have been shooting around and it isn't set in stone yet. To sign up for this please PM me or message me on my Twitter (more details to come).
So, now that I believe I have set the record straight on all these accusations, I would really like to express my frustration with all these claims of "Fraud" and "scamming" that have been popping up lately. (Please, if you have been banned from our forums take that as a message that you are not welcome back in the future). These Reddit people are extremely hostile and confused individuals, mostly spreading lies and deception out of jealousy or fear (I don't know). I am personally investigating and directing my legal team to investigate and take full legal action against on this Reddit of users who posts or comment lies or deceptions, and possibly even for facilitating this. Let this serve as a warning for other people who may want to speak negatively about my companies, PayCoin, GAW, PayBase and my person Josh Garza, we are investigating full legal action against website and users who have posted negatively. In short, don't piss me off or you will regret it, please delete your lies and posts if you want to save face and avoid full legal action which I am pressing for now against everybody. XPY and PayCoin are probably the best opportunity you may see in your lifetime to get in on the ground floor on a platform and currency that will transform the internet. The price right now is the biggest bargain around and Paycoin will be the most successful coin launch in history and moving forward, think of Bitcoin on steroids pre-bubble, and we aren't stopping until its Moon. Anyone on or reading this can buy Paycoins here on the main website.
See you in Miami!
Sincerely, Josh Garza GAW CEO
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Raspberry pi block erupter miner.

Are rigs using a raspberry pi and usb block erupters still a feasible way to mine bitcoin? Looks like I could build one for ~$350 with six erupters at 333 MH/s each. My 1070 is running in the 400s. My rough estimate says this will mine ~5X faster than my 1070. Is this even close to accurate? I don’t see anything that confirms that math.
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Mining on a raspberry pi 3, Need some pointers.

Okay guys. I have a 24 hour deadline to finish this project and need some help from the Reddit community.
I bought a raspberry pi 3, a 5 inch lcd, and this usb asic miner off of ebay. The usb miner will be ready tomorrow, but I was wondering what I can do today to make sure that I can properly demonstrate that the computer mines bitcoin.
So here are some things I need help with. I know that I will hardly earn any money, but I am not creating this project for that reason
1) What pool should I be using?
2) Will the pi be able to handle the power needed by the miner?
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[Noob Alert] Hashrate problem/question

I'm pretty much completely new to mining and bitcoin in general, and am just running a single Antminer U1 (which is supposed to do 1.6 Gh/s) through a USB hub on a Raspberry Pi running MinePeon. While the MinePeon web UI says it's actually running around 2.0 Gh/s, on my pool account, it's never even said it's gotten past around 350 Mh/s (I'm using Slush's). Does anyone know which of these readouts is actually accurate, and if it's only running at 300 something Mh, what I could do to fix this?
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Adafruit LCD displaying wrong speeds. Anybody using Gridseeds on a Raspberry Pi along with PiMiner and an Adafruit display?

I have two Gridseed Blades mining just fine through a Raspberry Pi at about 5-5.5 Mh/s. The pool I am connected to displays this and everything seems fine.
I just installed the Adafruit LCD display on my Raspberry Pi so it can display the stats without me having to turn on the computer and log into my pool.
Everything connects and loads up fine except for the data it is displaying. My miners are running at 5.2 Mh/s but the LCD screen is showing the average to be 0.72000 Mh/s. What could be causing this? Most of the instructions and tutorials to set these up deal with Bitcoin so maybe that has something to do with it.
I was hoping somebody else has a similar setup and can provide some help. Thanks.
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Raspberry Pi with PiMiner for Litecoin or Dogecoin mining display?

I have two Gridseed Blades mining litecoin/dogecoin just fine through a Raspberry Pi at about 5-5.5 Mh/s. The pool I am connected to displays this and everything seems fine.
I just installed the Adafruit LCD display on my Raspberry Pi with PiMiner so it can display the stats without me having to turn on the computer and log into my pool.
Everything connects and loads up fine except for the data it is displaying. My miners are running at 5.2 Mh/s but the LCD screen is showing the average to be 0.72000 Mh/s. What could be causing this? Most of the instructions and tutorials to set these up deal with Bitcoin so maybe that has something to do with it.
I was hoping somebody else has a similar setup or has used PiMiner with Litecoin or Dogecoin and can provide some help. Thanks.
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[WTS] ⚡️💰฿ KnC Titan 300 MH/s + (2) 850W Power supplies

😀 Selling my beloved KnC Titan. You may contact me to negotiate a price or bid for it on eBay: • KnC Titan Scrypt/Scrypt-N miner first batch hashes always around 300-320 MH/s. • Running stable for over 210 days. • Less than 0.5 % of rejection rate. • Latest KnC firmware version 2.00. • Watch it working on YouTube: • Never used custom firmware nor modified cubes. If interested you may try Linus Dunker's "How to improve KnC Miner Titan" as shown here and/or buy GenTarkin's Mod firmware here for $75 USD. • Always used in multi-pool to get paid in Bitcoin. • Original price of $9,995 + shipping. You're getting your ROI much faster than me! ⬜️ ⬛️ ⬜️ ⬛️ WHAT IS INCLUDED ⬛️ ⬜️ ⬛️ ⬜️ 💰 Hint: A money-making machine • Original box where the miner arrived from Sweden. • Four 28 nm cubes capable of mining over 80Mh/s each. • One Raspberry-Pi based controller card with its own SD card. • One 850 Watt Thermaltake Toughpower Grand power supply ($160 USD value) • One 1275 Watt Thermaltake XT Platinum power supply ($265 USD value) • Four PCI-e 16 AWG wire cables (One for each cube) • Two 24-pin main power connectors with one paper clip each to power on the device. ⬜️ ⬛️ ⬜️ ⬛️ KNOW BEFORE YOU BUY ⬜️ ⬛️ ⬜️ ⬛️ 😅 You MUST know what you are buying! • Due to the nature of crypto-currency mining, the equipment is sold AS-IS. • Configuration will be reset to factory defaults before shipping. • Shipment will include insurance. • I will make ALL efforts possible to provide cushion and try to provide safe shipping, but No returns will be accepted. • The KnC Titan miner will ship in its original box and both power supplies will ship in a separate box. You will pay only for shipping of the KnC Titan miner and I will pay for the shipping of the power supplies. Both shipment should arrive at the same time. • Local pickup preferred. • If paying with Paypal, the miner will ship after payment clears. • ฿ is gladly accepted 15Ln76KXXYWv7xSRqxct3Aehsh69CVUhUu, contact me for further details. Go to eBay for bidding or contact me directly to negotiate a price. 🌎 📷 See pics of it here:
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Anybody using their Gridseeds with a Raspberry Pi and PiMiner with an Adafruit display? Mine keeps showing incorrect mining speeds.

I have two Gridseed Blades mining just fine through a Raspberry Pi at about 5-5.5 Mh/s. The pool I am connected to displays this and everything seems fine.
I just installed the Adafruit LCD display on my Raspberry Pi so it can display the stats without me having to turn on the computer and log into my pool.
Everything connects and loads up fine except for the data it is displaying. My miners are running at 5.2 Mh/s but the LCD screen is showing the average to be 0.72000 Mh/s. What could be causing this? Most of the instructions and tutorials to set these up deal with Bitcoin so maybe that has something to do with it.
I was hoping somebody else has a similar setup and can provide some help. Thanks.
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