They own the contracts.
For example, one of the Tether contracts is named BlackList. This contains a mapping:
mapping (address => bool) public isBlackListed;
...which can be updated by the owners using addBlackList().
When an address is added to the blacklist, that address can no longer use its Tether balance.
The transfer won't collide even the tokenID is the same between two different contracts.
In fact, whenever we talk about "transferring" tokens, this means updating the balance within the token contract and assigning a new ownership (after the approval). This is an example from an ERC721 implementation of the mapping where the ownership is updated ...
The DAG size is above 4GB, but you can use a modified PoW algorithm called Ethash4G that specifically targets older hardware.
See this GitHub repository for more information.
See also: What is Ethash4G? Is it related to Ethash?
Mining pools have some threshold under which they don't pay mining rewards. So you need to contribute until you have reached that threshold and, after that, they should send you your rewards. The threshold is there to avoid extra transactions (each transaction costs).
The time it takes to reach the reward threshold depends mostly on your hashrate. So the ...
Its seems to be a widely known issue with the latest Nvidia drivers with people using Phoenix miner.
Using Phoenix Miner 5.5c
Nvidia 461.40 drivers
The solution that worked for me was resetting the 3060ti to stock settings in MSI Afterburner.
Starting phoenix miner and letting it run for a few minutes, then apply the usual overclocks, eliminates the ...