Introduction: Monitoring a Crypto Mining Farm with IoT Concepts

Introduction Over the next few weeks, I’ll be publishing a series of articles on Blockchain, crypto mining, economics and IoT concepts for analytics, debugging, performance optimization, and ongoing operations. Here is a proposal of the posts I plan to cover with links to the posts I’ve already released. I’ll be revisiting this post to link new posts as they’re released: Building a GPU mining rig Part 1: Equipment Building a GPU mining rig Part 2: Base Computer Assembly Building a GPU mining rig Part 3: GPU Installation, BIOS Config and First Boot Troubleshooting GPU mining rigs Monitoring with Initial State Analyzing Initial State data Household mining and sustainability Future farm plans All posts will also be accessible via the tag #crypto-farm-series »

Monitoring with Initial State

Disclosures/Disclaimers: 1) I am a founder and the CTO of Initial State ( 2) I am not a certified to provide financial advise, tax advise, or legal advise nor do I intend this post to serve as such. Use the information contained herein at your own risk, without warranty explicit or implied. The Ultimate Mining Farm Dashboard Initial State is a market leader in providing visual analytics tools for understanding time-series data. »

Analyzing Performance with Initial State

Analytics If you’ve been following the mining farm posts so far, you’ve seen one of my previous posts on activating Initial State as the destination for the various data sources involved in determining mining performance and economics. The power of using Initial State for this the ability to perform advanced, in-browser analytics, receive real-time alerts, and build beautiful dashboards for monitoring. This post will focus on how to leverage Initial State’s Real-time Expressions and Triggers features to build a usable, powerful Tiles dashboard. »