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Alternatives to precious metals such as ilver and gold... consider putting some of your wealth in crypto-currencies such as Bitcoin.

Consider This:
1 Bitcoin was $85 around July 2013. By November 25 2013, 1 Bitcoin was worth over $1100.  Bitcoin prices as of 2-1-2014, has now settled around 810 to 930 dollars per bitcoin, depending on the exchange.

 

 
 

MoneyDecisions101 => Bitcoin BE Cube Block Erupter Eligius Setup

Bitcoin BE Cube Block Erupter Eligius Setup

Power
Plug one of the supplied fuses into the BE Cube.
I use a Corsair 600 Watt ATX Power Supply to power my BE Cube Block Erupter for bitcoin mining. Use the two PCI-E connectors and plug them into the BE Cube.


Cooling

BE Cube Block Erupter come with a built in fan.


Network Connection
BE Cube Block Erupter have a single ethernet port for network connectivity. I use a wireless connection to my Cube Erupters through a  NETGEAR WGPS606 54 Mbps Wireless Print Server with 4-port Switch. I configured the WGPS606 on my wireless network and plugged ethernet cables into the back ports to my BE Cubes.


Eligius Setup
I am running a Stratum Proxy server for my BE Cube Block Erupter.
The Stratum Proxy runs on a PC at 192.168.1.88 on my local network.

Just Google "Stratum Proxy download" and you can download a copy (from bitcoin.cz) to run on your network.
If you don't want to run Stratum, you can run GBT protocol on the Eligius pool.
NOTE: Stratum is much faster and more efficient than GBT, so definitely run Stratum if you can.
On Stratum proxy, your Cube Erupters should see efficiencies in the upper 90s percent range.


Below are the Eligius settings that run on my BE Cube Block Erupters.
Notice that I have my 192.168.1.88 stratum proxy settings as the primary and gbt.mining.eligius.st as the secondary settings for the server addresses. That is for failover protection... if Stratum goes down, then GBT will take over.

 
Screen of one of my Cube Erupters, showing the Eligius setup settings.

BE Cube V9.17 ASIC GT (Proxy, Auto Longpoll support)

ASIC_01-16: O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O
ASIC_17-32: O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O
ASIC_33-48: O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O
ASIC_49-64: O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O
ASIC_65-80: O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O
ASIC_81-96: O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O

M_01-16: 292 268 278 272 257 266 307 280 241 259 272 260 296 284 307 273
M_17-32: 271 257 303 264 263 284 267 258 253 272 271 287 254 225 248 263
M_33-48: 248 240 242 242 237 243 232 220 229 235 222 240 240 234 223 199
M_49-64: 231 210 203 203 205 171 186 190 221 174 188 160 179 181 159 149
M_65-80: 170 151 132 153 144 126 120 125 114 120 101 106 089 100 090 078
M_81-96: 085 080 080 071 062 064 077 066 068 058 050 051 052 058 039 039
Jobs:0000042061 Accepted:0000026841 Rejected:0000003611 (1:7) F1 F2 F3
MHS:18358 Utility:251 Efficieny:063.81%

Started before: 0d,01h,47m,00s

Current pool: 192.168.1.88 (A)
Switch mode: Primary/Backup
Clock selected: Low
Long Poll: active, LP requests: 17
IP
Mask
Gateway
WEB Port
Primary DNS
Secondary DNS
Pool ports
Pool addresses
Miners user:pass



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