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Bitcoin farm - Calculating the cost to recoup each graphics card investment

I created a simple spreadsheet that shows the amount of time required to recoup your investment from adding an additional graphics card to the bitcoin farm: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1g0XP3jg2S3z2fjI7yIeboTwNecLO_4uZ/view?usp=sharing
Some assumptions, highlights, and thoughts:

0.05 + (GC - 1) / 49 * 0.15 
Conclusion: Assuming no wipe coming in the next several weeks, and not factoring in the opportunity cost of how else you could use these funds (better gear could win more raids, winning you more profit, investing elsewhere in the flea market, etc) you should invest in your bitcoin farm!
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Flooded Bitcoin mining farm

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If bitcoin is mined by computations then why do they use graphics cards rather than cpus?

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I did it.

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If Bitcoin Never Existed

I’ve been thinking about this recently and formed my own belief on what it would be like and would like to hear someone else’s thoughts on the topic.
Starting with the stock market I think bitcoin helped improve it so much due to the start of crypto currency and from there everyone has tried to create there own and never compared. I also believed it helped convince more people to invest in the stock market showing that $100 could make you hundreds of thousands for example when bitcoin was worth about 3 cents my uncle had $10,000 ready to invest until his girlfriend convinced him not to and the other day I calculated a rough guest on how much he would have made if he sold it at its peak and that’s was around 55,000,000.
Secondly it’s effect on computer prices. Due to a huge rise in bitcoin mining the price in computer parts went up. If none of that happened and computer company’s didn’t charge $1000 for a good graphics card I think computers would be preferred over consoles even though there still would be consoles due to people preferring the simplicity of them.
Please post your thoughts and beliefs on this topic in the comments I would love to hear them.
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Is the Hideout worth to build? My experience as I just completed it.

Many other posts have been made about the hideout and whether that's worth the hassle of putting your time into building it. However, I thought that many new players are asking themselves that question and I could provide my insight as a level 36 who just finished to build the hideout.
For those who don't want to read it all, my take is : yes, it's 100% worth it. Since I finished few days ago I've made already few mils, and I have now a constant stream of revenue that lets me run better gear more comfortably.
I login twice a day, the morning and afternoon/evening. My routine goes as follows.
All in all at every login I collect around 300k, and occasionally I get more because of mag cases which take longer if you don't buy empty tanks and just use your remainders. If you have more time than I do you could get even more out of it, but I think my schedule might represent the average player.
On top of that you get plenty of benefits as a reduced scav cool down, reduced flea market fee, increased quest rewards, faster leveling of some skills and faster health regen.
There it is. Thanks for reading and I hope this helps you choosing whether to grind for the hideout.
Happy looting.
EDIT: Thank you for Silver! I am happy you guys are enjoying it!
EDIT (II): Since there is some discussion about the right number of graphics cards in the Bitcoin Farm, I would like to shoutout this recent post: https://www.reddit.com/EscapefromTarkov/comments/elyd5c/bitcoin_farm_calculating_the_cost_to_recoup_each/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=web2x
Through this, you should be able to find your sweet spot given the rate you can log into the game and collect the bitcoins.
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NEWS Hacker explains how he could crack a Bitcoin address

In an article for Medium, developer John Cantrell revealed how he was able to hack into a Bitcoin address to earn a reward. Part of a contest organized by Altana Digital’s CIO, Alistair Milne, Cantrell claimed it took him 30 hours to review about 1.1 trillion possible mnemonics from 8 seed words Milne gave. The address required entering the 12-word master key. After opening the address, he was rewarded with 1 BTC.
Milne launched the contest in May and gradually posted clues on his social networks. This way, participants could guess the words of a 12-word seed that protected the Bitcoin. The last 4 clues for the words, according to Milne, were to be posted at the same time to prevent anyone from guessing them. But Cantrell’s achievement showed that only 8 were needed. Although, as the developer says, it took considerable effort.

How to crack a Bitcoin address?

To be able to guess the remaining words and win the Bitcoin, the developer said he has written a program to measure the time, the estimated computer power and the real possibility of guessing the 4 remaining words. Cantrell said:
The strategy I was going to use was to calculate a start and end number that I needed to iterate between based on a set of known input words. For each number I would calculate the address corresponding to that number and then check if the address was the one that held the 1 BTC. If it was the address I would then create and sign a transaction to sweep the funds into a wallet I control.
However, according to the developer’s estimates it would have taken him 25 years to guess the 4 words with the computing power of his laptop having 8 words. So he had to rent a more powerful machine: a 32-core CPU-optimized machine from Digital Ocean. This allowed him to check 8,000 possibilities per second.
But the developer still needed too much time and 1000 times more computing power to be the first to guess the words. So he rented about a dozen graphics cards in a GPU marketplace and leased 40 GPUs from Microsoft’s Azure network. In all, he spent about $500 in the process of getting more computing power. The result was as follows:
At the peak I was testing about 40 billion mnemonics per hour. This means it should have taken around 25 hours to test the1 trillion mnemonics. I knew that on average it should only take 50% of the time (depending on what the 9th word actually was).
After several hours without result, the developer began to worry. For a moment he lost hope and was about to turn off the computers to try a new version, but after trying 91% of the possibilities he found the solution.
With the four remaining words he was able to get access to the wallet. Nervous that someone might try to prevent the transaction, he set a high fee of 0.01 BTC to speed up the validation. Minutes later his transaction was validated and included in a block. The Bitcoin was irreversibly his.
Answering a question from a community member, Cantrell said that with the same mechanism it would have taken him 309,485,009,821,345,068,724,781,056 days to guess the 12 words of the entire seed phrase to gain access to the address. Otherwise, the developer said he will be launching his own contest.
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Influx of new players means its time for a guide again!

Welcome to Tarkov!

This game is going to kick your ass. Hopefully I can make your ass-pounding a little less raw. Take these tips with a grain of salt as they are from personal experience from a veteran.

Starting Out

Questing

Traders

Prison Wallet

Let's talk about your pouch slot. Starting out you will either have an Alpha (2x2) or a Gamma (3x3) case depending on what edition of the game you bought. Simply put, more space in your pouch is more money in your butt. You can't put guns or anything in them, but you can stuff any valuables in there. Most important thing is to most valuable single slot items you find in raid in your butt to help recoup your losses if you die.
Also, keep the keys you need in your butt. Take them out when you don't. Getting a Keybar helps but it can take time. You might have more luck buying an early Docs Case on the flea market.

Gear

Armor - this is my 5 second armor explanation, be gentle
Helmets - ayy lmao
Ammo - also quick and dirty. ALWAYS REFER TO THE CHART. ALL HAIL THE CHART.

Save These Things

These items are immediate prison wallet candidates. I'll separate them by quest progression and then by value. Keep quest progression items you'll need them to complete quests!
Quest Items
Valuables
This list used to be short... now almost everything has SOME value. I would say go into your Hideout and look at what it costs to build stuff. When in doubt, put it in your butt and figure out what it is worth later. Here are some highlights though.

Hideout

I'm not going to go into too much detail here but we can start with a few tips.

Raiding

Scav

Recommendations for Low Levels

Ammo
Armor
Helmet
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How To Mine Cryptocurrencies

How To Mine Cryptocurrencies

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With cryptocurrencies entering the mainstream with a bang, more and more people every single day develop an interest in this new and strange world of blockchain. A lot of these people come to cryptos because they had heard that it’s possible to make money from them. If you’re one of those people, you’re in luck, because today I want to tell you how to mine cryptocurrency.

Understanding Mining

To put it into very simple terms, crypto mining is a process in which a machine performs certain tasks to obtain a little bit of cryptocurrency. This is the biggest TL;DR possible, so let’s branch out a bit, shall we? Imagine that you have a machine that mines crypto coins. We’ll talk about the specific types of machines later on in the tutorial, but for example’s sake, let’s just say that it’s your own, personal computer and you’re trying to figure out how to mine cryptocurrency. That is a very short and simple way of defining what is cryptocurrency mining. Now let’s move on to what you came here to see; how to mine cryptocurrency.

Cryptocurrency Mining

There are a few ways you could go about cryptocurrency mining. I’ll cover the main ones here, and start from the easiest one – cloud mining.

Method #1 – Cloud Mining

If you’re looking for crypto mining ways, cloud mining is probably the most popular way to mine cryptocurrencies without having to lift a finger. Cloud mining is a process where you pay someone (most often it’s a big corporation) a specific amount of money and “rent out” their mining machine called a “rig”, and the process of mining itself. This rent lasts for an agreed-upon period, through which all of the earnings that the rig makes (minus the electricity and maintenance costs) are transferred to your cryptocurrency wallet. The people (companies) that offer these cloud mining services usually have huge mining facilities with multiple farms (tens or hundreds of rigs stacked and operating together) at their disposal and know perfectly well how to mine cryptocurrency.
Cloud mining has become so popular mainly because it offers the possibility to participate in the world of cryptocurrencies for people who might not have enough money to buy their rigs or who perhaps simply aren’t interested in owning a rig. There are two options of cloud mining – free and paid. Naturally, a lot of people that are looking for ways to mine cryptocurrency would gravitate towards the “free” options, but it does have its drawbacks (very slow mining speeds, extra conditions, etc.). Paid cloud mining usually works like this: It is usually expected that you’ll break even at around the half-a-year – one year mark, and then profit from that point onwards. No one can know for sure, though, because the prices of cryptocurrencies are very volatile and their prices tend to sway by quite a bit.

Method #2 – CPU Mining

CPU mining utilizes processors to mine cryptocurrencies. It used to be a viable option back in the day, but currently, fewer and fewer people choose this method of mining cryptocurrency daily. There are a couple of reasons why that is. First of all, CPU mining is EXTREMELY slow. You could go on for months without noticing the smallest amount of revenue. It’s also usually not worth it – you make very little amounts of money, but you probably spend ten times that amount on electricity and cooling. The problem mitigates itself by a bit if you can find a place that has nice cooling and cheap electricity bills, but that’s rarely the case.
So why do people still even use CPU mining, then?
Well, basically because anyone with a desktop computer could do it. All you need to be able to mine using the CPU method is just a computer and a couple of programs. It is possible to do it with a laptop, but it is VERY STRONGLY NOT ADVISED. Your laptop will probably fry and overheat in a matter of a couple of hours. The fact that it’s so easy to start cryptocurrency mining attracts new CPU miners every day. Some people that are looking for how to mine cryptocurrency don’t care about the details – they just want to start the process as soon as possible, and in any way possible.

Method #3 – GPU Mining

GPU mining is probably the most popular and well-known method of mining cryptocurrencies. If you google “cryptocurrency mining”, GPU rigs are going to be some of the first things that you’ll see.
Cloud miners, for example, use GPU rigs for their services. And these guys are professionals that sometimes have hundreds if not thousands of rigs, so they probably know what they’re doing, right?
GPU mining is very popular because it’s both efficient and relatively cheap. Don’t get me wrong, the construction of the rig itself tends to be costly – but when it comes to its hash speed and the general workforce, the GPU mining rig is great. GPU rigs utilize graphics cards to mine cryptocurrencies. One standard rig is made out of a processor, a motherboard, cooling, rig frame and – of course – a few (2 – 8) graphics cards.A typical price for a well-performing and nicely built GPU mining rig aims to be around the $3000 price range. It is a hefty investment but will pay off much faster than, let’s say, a CPU miner. People looking for ways to mine cryptocurrency should check them out.

Method #4 – ASIC Mining

ASICs (Application-Specific Integrated Circuits) are special devices that are designed explicitly to perform a single task, which in this case is crypto mining. ASICs are very well known and treasured because they produce insane amounts of cryptocurrency when compared to its competitors’ GPU and CPU. But if they are so good, why didn’t I mention them sooner?
Well, mostly because they’re a big subject of controversy. You see, when the ASIC company announced its new version of the machine, the announcement caused an uproar in the cryptocurrency community. Many people have called for an outright ban on these machines.
Why? Because ASICS are so powerful, they rob other miners who are using GPU or CPU rigs of the possibility to keep up both in hash speeds and in earnings. Also, ASICS have twisted the economy of certain specific cryptocurrencies – imagine if the majority of earnings would go to one miner with an ASIC farm, what kind of chaos that would ensue.

The Best Method to Mine Cryptocurrency

Now that you have an understanding of how to mine cryptocurrency and about all of the different ways to do it, which one is the best way?
The method that suits you the most depends solemnly on a few key details: are you willing to spend some initial money? If so, how much? Do you want to OWN a rig? Do you even want to do it with a rig?

Which Cryptocurrency to Mine?

Your choice of gear should also depend on the type of cryptocurrency mining that you’ve decided to do. Some of the obvious favorites would be Bitcoin, Ethereum or Dash. Keep in mind, though, that Bitcoin mining is probably the trickiest of them all – since the coin is so popular, there are many miners around the world tuning into the few pools that there are and trying to snatch at least a small bit of Bitcoin. This might result in you waiting for countless hours until the first drops of Bitcoin start coming in.
Keeping that in mind, your best bet would probably be to stick with Ethereum or some other less-popular cryptocurrency. Depending on your method of choice, check out the prices, calculate when your return on investment would happen, do some math and you’ll figure it out in no time!

Conclusion

As you’ve probably noticed, there are many different ways on how to mine cryptocurrency. These are simply the main methods – if you’d like, you could even forget about mining and jump into Bitcoin faucets – but that’s a whole different story for a whole different day. But it’s an option!
One thing that you should not only remember, but also do right away is to create a cryptocurrency wallet. Decide on the type of cryptocurrency that you want to mine and simply look up the wallet options for that currency. You’ll have no problems finding one for coins like Bitcoin, Ethereum or Litecoin, but if you want to mine the less-known currencies, then you might need to search for a bit until you find a reputable wallet.
Getting a secure and reputable wallet is the most important task when you’re starting with cryptocurrency mining. Imagine if you’d be mining for a year and all of your savings would be stolen only because you didn’t pay enough attention while choosing the wallet and picked a fishy one that got hacked into.
If you’re serious and are looking for ways on how to mine cryptocurrency, I would suggest buying a hardware wallet – they are the safest and most trustworthy cryptocurrency wallets out there.
Well, this is the end of my tutorial on crypto mining. We’ve covered a few different topics and explored the different varieties of cryptocurrency mining methods. Remember – the method that suits you the most will depend solemnly on what you want and what kind of resources you have, so choose carefully! If you do decide on giving mining a chance, I wish you the best of luck!
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Mining: Weird Time to Start, a Good Time to Think

Mining: Weird Time to Start, a Good Time to Think
Well, it’s supposed to be an optimistic article about most promising mining cryptos, but then something happened. No one was too naive to believe that the events unfolded around the COVID-19 pandemic will not affect global markets, but the turbulence that occurred was very significant and, what is most sad, it is still very difficult to say how soon the situation will stabilize.
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Many people were already bothered that crypto mining is becoming less profitable in 2020 and will be meaningless very soon, but even though big companies having bigger resources took over most of the industry, cryptocurrency mining using video cards remains available to common users and still has potential.
Despite, the volatility of the cryptocurrency market hashrate of the Bitcoin blockchain network yet remains almost at the same level and that is a quite positive sign. At the moment, the most reliable option seems to be to leave mining to large ASIC-farms and return when the stock panic subsides and the prospects will be clearer.
Although Bitcoin is still the most popular cryptocurrency on the market, every year the complexity of operations necessary for its production increases, and rewards fall (after halving in May 2020, we will talk about 6.25 BTC per block). For mining many altcoins, the threshold for entry is much lower, therefore it makes sense to look for a more profitable option among them.
But first, let’s try to understand a little what conditions we need for profitable mining.
There are several crucial aspects that determine how profitable mining will be. These are such obvious things as the price of the currency or the amount of reward for the generated block.
And this is the reason it is now very difficult to calculate the possible income. One way or another, the market price of altcoins depends on the position of bitcoin, which is experiencing bad times. For several months, the world of crypto mining has been preparing for the May halving, because the reduced supply led to a significant increase in prices. This time should not have been an exception, but now when bitcoin does not rise above $5500 and risks falling below $3500, we can only make vague guesses about its potential price in May. Many analysts tend to believe that closer to the middle of April, the negative effect of the crisis should be reduced, and positive expectations from halving and a large amount of cash from investors should have a positive impact on the price of bitcoin. Altcoins, as a rule, repeat the dynamics of the first cryptocurrency and will also continue their growth to historical highs in the year’s future.
Next, you should also pay attention to the complexity of mining because it affects the time and energy spent on generating the block. Do not forget about the cost of electricity in your region, as one extra-large bill can negate all your efforts to earn money on currency mining.
Do not forget about expenses on a mining rig and it’s amortisation.
In addition to the above, you should find out how practical the chosen currency is: whether it can be exchanged for fiat or more popular coins, what fees are charged by exchanges that work with it, and what reputation it has in general.
In order to avoid unpleasant mistakes, it is easier and more reliable to check the possible profit in one of the many calculators.

Best altcoins to mine in 2020

Monero is the currency with the highest anonymity rates, which stays attractive to many users and remains one of the strongest altcoins. The specific proof-of-work hashing algorithm does not allow ASIC-miners, so it is relatively easy to mine using personal computer’s processors and graphics cards. AMD graphic cards are preferable for this task, but NVidia suits as well. The current block reward is 2.47 XMR.
Litecoin is one of the oldest Bitcoin forks, but unlike it uses a different “Script” PoW algorithm which allows less powerful GPUs to mine coins. Litecoin is on the most popular, and successful Bitcoin forks and considered one of the most stable cryptocurrencies. Block mining reward is 12.5 LTC.
Ravencoin is another Bitcoin hardfork, and like Monero’s its X16R algorithm is practically unavailable for ASIC machines. Raven keeps gaining popularity for many reasons – it has faster block time, higher mining reward (5,000 RVN at the moment) and secure messaging system.
Dogecoin is not a joke anymore. Hard to believe, but this currency once made for fun, became one of the most valuable ones. Like Litecoin it uses Scrypt algorithm and great for mining with GPUs.
One more Bitcoin fork Bitcoin Gold was made specifically to kick out ASICs and clear the road for GPUs. It may not be the fastest-growing currency, but it is definitely one of the most stable.
That’s all for today. Stay safe, cause health is our most important asset.
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Mining profitability gaining momentum

Mining profitability gaining momentum
We are back!
For the last 2 years there was not much to shill in mining mining was on the life support. And the profits constantly got decreasing. Start of 2020 Bitcoin and Altcoins are showing great performance in price action. This price action has also increased mining profits in some coins for more then 100% since december 2019. It might be to early to say that “we are back” , as crypto can be so unpredictable. But there is a lot of signs that we have now oversold a lot and value of crypto market is increasing steadily. We might see this pattern continue for good bit of times as BTC halving is coming up in 3 month. Let’s get in straight in. I will choose 3 hardware devices which in my opinion would be the best choice and we will see how profitable they are.
If you are new to mining and you want to know which devices to choose, choose from top market cap coins latest equipment. This will be your safest bet, as the mining profits are much more stable on bigger cap coins then on smaller cap coins. If you are small miner and don’t have large electric bills, you can choose smaller cap coins. They might go up in price lot faster then bigger cap coins in bull market, but be aware they they might dump lot faster. It is high risk high reward type of mining.
If you are really serious about mining, you need to look at cheapest power source possible which would be in 0.05c a kw/h range. It is not 2017 and mining from home wont be profitable at 0.30c a kw/h. Industrial power is possible to achieve 0.05 in many places in the world. If it is not possible in your country , look for the country where it is possible. So all profit calculations done for 0.05c a kw/h
Top mining profitability websites :
  • https://www.asicminervalue.com/ It is great website to see newest ASIC miners and their profitability. Usually the new upcoming mining machines gets listed here. So come and checkout this page every few days/weeks this page if you are serious about mining.

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  • https://whattomine.com/ Is the best known for GPU/CPU mining profitability. You can choose what ever hardware to use and it will give you the best and most profitable coins to mine. It is very simple to use it. It does have Also asic miner profitability check, but for asics i do prefer asicminervalue,com

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The top and 3 most profitable Crypto currencies to mine in February 2020 , for some people miner pick could be different. The prices changes if you are buying new/used , depending in which part of the world are you. This is my recommended , brand new purchase in Europe.
  • Bitcoin – Most suitable Antminer S17+ . It is one of the efficient Bitcoin miner currently publicly available, alternatives would be M20s miner and Avalon miner 1166. Antminer S17 efficiency is 73TH/s @ 3000watts . Current profitability after you have paid your electric bill is 7.82 usd in 24hours , with ROI achievable in 6-7month. It does seems great, but crypto doesn’t stand still. And has plenty of risks.

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  • Ethereum – Best miner to use is RX5700 graphic cards mining rig. I know there is an ASIC miner available A10, but most of you who are in mining will agree with me, that it is complete junk. It is only slightly more efficient then RX5700 gpu rig in terms of price per hash and watt per hash . But it is 10x more riskier investment in mining rig then buying GPU mining rig. So the efficiency of 12xgpu RX5700 mining rig is 640 mh/s @ 1700watts. Current profitability after you have paid your electric bill is 7.62 usd in 24hours , with ROI achievable in about 20-22 month. Ethereum is one of the underdogs which could perform quite well in 2020 and might reduce your ROI much more faster.

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  • DASH – Lately has been released most efficient DASH miner STU-U6. Asic miners are very risky investment, but sometimes they might be very profitable. The beauty of this miner is that it is quite new model and it is mining profitably DASH , even that DASH is still over 90%down from its all time highs. This miner performance is 420GH/s u/2100 watts. Current profitability after you have paid your electric bill is 8.11 usd in 24hours , with ROI achievable in about 5-6 month.

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These would be my to pick miners for start of 2020. There is big risks in any on these miners as no high reward investment is guaranteed anywhere. I’ll have more detailed explanation of the risks of each of these miners in my next post.
Any miner suggestion, what would be your best choice and why?

Video here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QvVYQFJEmnQ&t
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BNC public chain officially launched on March 19

BNC public chain officially launched on March 19
According to the official BNC public chain, they will be launching synchronous on 19th March globally in nine countries (China, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Singapore, Philippines and Brunei) and 30 communities. This cause strong attention within the industry, especially attention to value and ecology of Proof-of-Capacity (PoC) from blockchain experts. Website and forum in Europe, America and Southeast Asia have a hot pursuit of BNC, hundreds of media vying for coverage. At the same time, attention of BNC is rising because of Proof-of-Capacity (PoC) technology development have a worldwide boom.

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Easy to say, nature of PoC is mining through hard disk, PoW is mining through CPU (or graphics cards, ASIC, these are stronger computing chips, PoS is mining through the proportion of cryptocurrency holdings, while DPoS is voting to decide super node.

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Our main character today PoC has something in common with Bitcoin PoW, but there are some substantive differences. As we know, Bitcoin PoW requires miners to perform hash calculations continuously and repeatedly. miners need to run their computing chips with high intensity and consume extremely high power resources.
BNC will change the pyramid situation that BTC facing at present: The high monopoly of the big mining farm caused the increasing centralization of mines leading to monopolization of large households and national policy pressures.
Large electricity consumption and noise and heat from mining machines do not meet environmental restrictions in more than 159 countries so the whole mining was ruled by the elite. As a result, ordinary users can't participate in BTC's decision-making at all.
BNC's ultimate dream is to focus on the pain of the existing market, achieve low threshold entry mining for everyone! Everyone mining!

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Computing power cost is also one of the important indexes of mining revenue. Computing power cost include competition for performance and equipment, mining machine's computing power determined the day's mining earnings. Quality of PoW machine depends on computing power, but the higher the power, the higher the price. The impact of a mining machine worth tens of thousands on the return cycle is also significant. The greater the computing power, the greater the energy consumption. Electricity consumption of mining is staggering, so mining farm have to relocate to low electricity fees area, but a lot of power is wasted. By comparison, power consumption of BNC hard disk is lower, energy consumption is the same as running a computer.

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After the industry goes through the bull bear cycle, heat and cold alternate reshuffle period, PoC hard disk mining direction effect will become more and more obvious. Failure to focus on compliance, lack of quality asset-selection capabilities, lack of technology build-up and business innovation capabilities will be difficult to survive.
BNC cling to the front of the times, each time the layout is only for better brilliance. At a time when the mature Internet is combined with blockchain, BNC will create a new wave of wealth, bring more investors to believe that everyone can mining, every investor in cryptocurrency is back at the top of wealth. BNC strive to build PoC hard disk mining, creating unparalleled wealth myths.

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BNC knows that innovation can drive development and create new brilliance.
BNC lets you experience the explosion of POC hard disk mining mode! If you have a dream, come to BNC to make your digital assets truly valuable!
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Are ASICs a real problem for Ethereum miners?

Are ASICs a real problem for Ethereum miners?
ASICs are coming to the Ethereum mining industry, and small independent miners are virtually doomed. 2Ether has come up with a solution — the third element in our dynamic block reward system. But before we explain it, we’ll have to talk about Ethereum ASICs.
If you don’t know that much about Ethereum, you might be surprised to learn that ASICs for mining ETH actually exist. Isn’t Ethereum’s algorithm — Ethash — supposed to be ASIC-resistant? If it isn’t then why is everyone still mining using GPUs?
Well, Ethash is indeed much less ASIC-friendly than the algorithm of Bitcoin. It doesn’t mean that you can’t make ASIC chips for mining ether, though. It’s just that it’s difficult to make ASICs that would be much more efficient than graphic cards (GPUs).
The efficiency of a piece of mining hardware is calculated as a ratio of power (measured in kilowatt hours) to hash power (measured in megahash per second). So for example, if you have two devices that both produce 50 MH/s, but one of them consumes 1 kWh, and the other consumes 2 kWh, then the first device is twice more efficient.
ASICs cost a lot of money to design, and their market price is high. So it only makes sense to buy an ASIC if it gives you a serious advantage over other types of hardware. You should also keep in mind that if the algorithm changes, you’ll need to replace your ASIC with a new model. Such chips are built to carry out one task and one task only — that’s why they are called application-specific integrated circuits (that’s how the acronym is deciphered).
Now, the first ASICs for Ethereum came out in April 2018, and they were more than a curious gadget than a serious rival to GPUs. Vitalik Buterin said that they were not a threat and the best action would be no action.
But the situation changed. Soon, there were ASICs twice as efficient as the best graphic cards. Still, it wasn’t enough to justify the price difference.
Finally, in late September 2019, Chinese manufacturer and distributor of mining hardware Canaan announced that it would start selling a new ASIC that is 5 to 7 times more efficient than the leading GPU models. Its W/MHs ratio is just 0.68–7.5 times better compared to AMD Vega 64 and 5.3 times better than AMD RX570.
What does this mean for Ethereum mining? When such models go on sale, whoever can afford them will be able to extract very high profits. GPU miners will be at a disadvantage. And if you have only a small rig with a couple of GPUs at home, your prospects are grim.
You might ask: can’t Ethereum devs do something — say, change the algorithm? Bitcoin algo changes regularly, after all. Unfortunately, Ethereum works differently, so every algorithm change would require a hard fork — with all the consequences it entails. The devs have been talking about introducing a new consensus protocol called ProgPOW (Programmable Proof of Work). It would make the algorithm change regularly and ensure ASIC resistance. But Vitalik Buterin believes that the real goal is a switch to Proof of Stake, not tweaking PoW.
What other options are there to protect small miners from the upcoming wave of ASICs? In our next post, we’ll explain how 2Ether plans to deal with this problem.

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To build a processing power beast.

Problem: I am running python codes for a few million iterations and my computer can't handle the workload. It ends up crashing and and my CPU and Memory usage are through the roof. (Specs: i5-7200U CPU 2.50 GHz 2.70 GHz, 8G RAM)
Solutions I am thinking: 1) Build a cluster computer from Raspberry Pis but I dont know how to calculate how many Pis (nodes) I need and if this is the best solution. 2) Build a custom computer but I am not sure what specs I need. I am aware that people in bitcoin mining use crazy FLOP rates and I thought I can use a similar product to run my programming project however, I am confused because some use CPU/GPU methods and others use strong graphic cards.
I will only use the new computer system to run my programming codes i.e. no requirements for gaming, movies etc.
I welcome any ideas you might have and would love some help.
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Electroneum Mining Earn up to $50 a day on your mobile

While Bitcoin and Ethereum mining is not expensive and not very profitable for regular users, there are a wide variety of cryptocurrencies that offer an alternative. There is nothing simpler than Electroneum mining and it guarantees money.
What is Electroneum?
Electroneum (ETN) is an anonymous cryptocurrency that runs on the blockchain and is based on the Bytecoin cryptocurrency blockchain. Electroneum cryptocurrency was launched in 2017 by a team of developers at the head of Richard Ells: he wanted to create a cryptocurrency for the smartphone market and games and apps running on these devices. In 2017, the team organized an ICO (they collected $ 40 million earlier than planned) and launched iOS and Android apps for ETN mining.
An important feature of Electroneum is its availability and simplicity of counting. Most Bitcoin owners don’t really like that an asset consists of 100,000,000 satoshi — it complicates the calculations. Electroneum uses only two digits after the separator: Instead of “0.089151 BTC” you will see only 21.45 ETN.
Electroneum has what it takes to be a viable alternative to Bitcoin. Some of the features worth mentioning are:
.The transaction speed and security of the coins are as good as Bitcoin (and some even claim that Electroneum is safer). .It can be stored both in the cloud and in offline wallets. .The development team is impressive. The company consists of professional engineers, entrepreneurs and marketers. .It can be easily removed on a smartphone or other device.
In short, although Electroneum is based on its own chain, it has a lot in common with Bitcoin.
Is Electroneum Mining Profitable?
Electroneum cryptocurrency mining is very simple and affordable: those who don’t even have powerful computers can handle it. You can even use Electroneum on the background of the computer. But there is another distinctive point like below. Since Electroneum was created for use by smartphones, you can mining using your mobile phone.This is the most preferred and easiest
How to make Electroneum mining?
Many crypto owners believe that it is better to mine alone without a pool, but beginners are strongly recommended to start cryptocurrency mining with other participants. Pools allow you to receive payments every day, and Electroneum is supported by many platforms that differ in their commissions and reliability.
Electroneum Mining on Mobile Devices (Android and iOS)
You can earn Electroneum using your mobile phone. Follow these steps to install the app and register as a user:
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“Download” Barcode reader from this link.
After installing the Barcode reader application on your phone, scan the barcode on the left side
Enter the Code when register the application: D65C7C
Check your email address to find an activation link
Enter your mobile phone. Enter the received SMS code in the field on the registration page.
If you lose your account PIN, enter an alternate email address where you can send recovery information.
Enter your PIN. You will need this every time you start the application or send a transaction.
Return to your inbox and click the link in the letter sent to you. This confirms that you have received a PIN recovery email. You can now enter the application.
This much. All you have to do is click the “Start mining” button.
You started making money
while mining phone
Electroneum Mining on Windows and Mac
Use xmr-stak-cpu software for Electroneum mining on CPU: Claymore provides a higher hash than CPU. The CPU version of this software is available from GitHub.
Download and then open the “config” file via any text editor. You should find the following lines in the text editor:
“Pool_address”: “pool.usxmrpool.com//333” “Wallet_address”: “ “Pool_password”: “
They need to be replaced:
“Pool_address”: “layer + ssl: / /etn-eu1.nanopool.org:13433” “wallet_address”: “Your ETN wallet address” “Pool_password”: “x”
Then look for the line:
“Cpu_threads_conf”: null,
And replace it with the following lines:
“Cpu_threads_conf”: [ {“Low_power_mode”: false, “no_prefetch”: true, “affine_to_cpu”: 0} {“Low_power_mode”: false, “no_prefetch”: true, “affine_to_cpu”: 1} {“low_power_mode”: false, “No_prefetch: true,” affine_to_cpu “: 2} {“ low_power_mode “: false,” no_prefetch “: true, “Affine_to_cpu”: 3} {“low_power_mode”: false, “no_prefetch”: true, “affine_to_cpu”: 3} {“low_power_mode”: false, “no_prefetch”: true, “affine_to_cpu”: 4} {“Low_power_mode”: false , “No_prefetch”: true, “affine_to_cpu”: 5},],
Each line connects the processor core separately. For example, if you have a 6-core processor, you can connect five cores and leave one for work. It is important that the first line starts from zero. Register and run the software.
Alternatively, you can try Electroneum mining GPU — there are both AMD and Nvidia options, but it means buying expensive graphics cards. The reward for a mined block is 7,000 ETN, which is quite generous. But is GPU mining worth the investment? You can check the profitability of electroneum mining here
summary
Electroneum mining is a simple and energy efficient way to earn ETN tokens. If you’re new to crypto mining, consider starting your experience with this coin — having some ETN coins in your crypto portfolio will never hurt.
Since it is a mobile-centric cryptocurrency, you can install Electroneum application on your smartphone and continue mining with a single click every day. This is a small source of passive income. Also, don’t forget to join an Electroneum mining rig.
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Photos: Inside a Chinese Bitcoin Mine

Photos: Inside a Chinese Bitcoin Mine submitted by BeijingBitcoins to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

Darb Academy - #1 "Bitcoin mining"

Darb Academy - #1

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Welcome to the first article form the series of Blockchain and cryptocurrency educational materials - Blockchain explained. Being a part of the Darb Academy project, the series will bring you closer to the key definitions and concepts joined with the subject of blockchain and cryptocurrency trading.
In our first reveal of „Blockchain Explained” we would like to bring you closer to the concept of Cryptocurrency mining.
**WHO ARE MINERS**
Miners are people directly responsible for registering your transactions on the blockchain ledger.
The mining process is supported by a Peer 2 Peer network, that is registering mining activity in real-time. Every one of us can become a miner with the right amount of mining dedicated hardware and an internet connection. At the beginning of cryptocurrency mining, a personal computer was more than enough to acquire a sufficient amount of computing power to dig on the hash. With time, however, the process of finding a magic number is becoming increasingly demanding. What hardware is now adequate to the mining requirements? The one with the most computing power! Graphic cards and integrated circuits proved to be most efficient, with dedicated units being available on the market for more optimized mining. The mining process involves some risk, let us explain them to you.
**MINING RISKS**
First of all, mining a bitcoin does not always equal to acquiring the bitcoin. All mining entities are dedicated to mining the same block, but there will be only one winner of this race. The miner that will be first to discover the hash, frequently called a magic number, will be the one to receive the Bitcoins and transaction fees associated with the block. Even after the hash is dug, it is too early to call it a success. The block has still to be followed by at least 5 other blocks to be included in the blockchain with all certainty. There are however possibilities of increasing your chances. In order to step ahead of the race, miners invest in more hardware (more computing power) and join into mining hubs, in which several miners work on the same block and then split the prize adequately to the contribution. Second of all, the process can generate high costs due to the energy consumption of mining units. In China, which is the biggest crypto mining industry maintaining around 60% to 70% of the world's bitcoin mining network, occurred several instances of charging miners and mining hubs with allegations of electricity theft. To avoid any trouble with the law, and what’s more important, to make sure that the process is profitable in the first place, it’s of utmost importance for miners to calculate power usage and costs that go with it. In some instances, mining bitcoin might not even be worth it! Everything depends on the price of power in your location and your mining capability or other words hashing power. If you want to start mining, use mining calculators available online to estimate your income.
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Darb Academy - #1 "Bitcoin mining"

Darb Academy - #1

Darb Academy
Welcome to the first article form the series of Blockchain and cryptocurrency educational materials - Blockchain explained. Being a part of the Darb Academy project, the series will bring you closer to the key definitions and concepts joined with the subject of blockchain and cryptocurrency trading.
In our first reveal of „Blockchain Explained” we would like to bring you closer to the concept of Cryptocurrency mining.
**WHO ARE MINERS**
Miners are people directly responsible for registering your transactions on the blockchain ledger.
The mining process is supported by a Peer 2 Peer network, that is registering mining activity in real-time. Every one of us can become a miner with the right amount of mining dedicated hardware and an internet connection. At the beginning of cryptocurrency mining, a personal computer was more than enough to acquire a sufficient amount of computing power to dig on the hash. With time, however, the process of finding a magic number is becoming increasingly demanding. What hardware is now adequate to the mining requirements? The one with the most computing power! Graphic cards and integrated circuits proved to be most efficient, with dedicated units being available on the market for more optimized mining. The mining process involves some risk, let us explain them to you.
**MINING RISKS**
First of all, mining a bitcoin does not always equal to acquiring the bitcoin. All mining entities are dedicated to mining the same block, but there will be only one winner of this race. The miner that will be first to discover the hash, frequently called a magic number, will be the one to receive the Bitcoins and transaction fees associated with the block. Even after the hash is dug, it is too early to call it a success. The block has still to be followed by at least 5 other blocks to be included in the blockchain with all certainty. There are however possibilities of increasing your chances. In order to step ahead of the race, miners invest in more hardware (more computing power) and join into mining hubs, in which several miners work on the same block and then split the prize adequately to the contribution. Second of all, the process can generate high costs due to the energy consumption of mining units. In China, which is the biggest crypto mining industry maintaining around 60% to 70% of the world's bitcoin mining network, occurred several instances of charging miners and mining hubs with allegations of electricity theft. To avoid any trouble with the law, and what’s more important, to make sure that the process is profitable in the first place, it’s of utmost importance for miners to calculate power usage and costs that go with it. In some instances, mining bitcoin might not even be worth it! Everything depends on the price of power in your location and your mining capability or other words hashing power. If you want to start mining, use mining calculators available online to estimate your income.
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Darb Academy - #1 "Bitcoin mining"

Darb Academy - #1

https://preview.redd.it/7xjc891er4t31.png?width=2400&format=png&auto=webp&s=e9fe551f7065d1718521a87543b15d226bd505c4
Welcome to the first article form the series of Blockchain and cryptocurrency educational materials - Blockchain explained. Being a part of the Darb Academy project, the series will bring you closer to the key definitions and concepts joined with the subject of blockchain and cryptocurrency trading.
In our first reveal of „Blockchain Explained” we would like to bring you closer to the concept of Cryptocurrency mining.
**WHO ARE MINERS**
Miners are people directly responsible for registering your transactions on the blockchain ledger.
The mining process is supported by a Peer 2 Peer network, that is registering mining activity in real-time. Every one of us can become a miner with the right amount of mining dedicated hardware and an internet connection. At the beginning of cryptocurrency mining, a personal computer was more than enough to acquire a sufficient amount of computing power to dig on the hash. With time, however, the process of finding a magic number is becoming increasingly demanding. What hardware is now adequate to the mining requirements? The one with the most computing power! Graphic cards and integrated circuits proved to be most efficient, with dedicated units being available on the market for more optimized mining. The mining process involves some risk, let us explain them to you.
**MINING RISKS**
First of all, mining a bitcoin does not always equal to acquiring the bitcoin. All mining entities are dedicated to mining the same block, but there will be only one winner of this race. The miner that will be first to discover the hash, frequently called a magic number, will be the one to receive the Bitcoins and transaction fees associated with the block. Even after the hash is dug, it is too early to call it a success. The block has still to be followed by at least 5 other blocks to be included in the blockchain with all certainty. There are however possibilities of increasing your chances. In order to step ahead of the race, miners invest in more hardware (more computing power) and join into mining hubs, in which several miners work on the same block and then split the prize adequately to the contribution. Second of all, the process can generate high costs due to the energy consumption of mining units. In China, which is the biggest crypto mining industry maintaining around 60% to 70% of the world's bitcoin mining network, occurred several instances of charging miners and mining hubs with allegations of electricity theft. To avoid any trouble with the law, and what’s more important, to make sure that the process is profitable in the first place, it’s of utmost importance for miners to calculate power usage and costs that go with it. In some instances, mining bitcoin might not even be worth it! Everything depends on the price of power in your location and your mining capability or other words hashing power. If you want to start mining, use mining calculators available online to estimate your income.
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Darb Academy - #1 "Bitcoin mining"

Darb Academy - #1

https://preview.redd.it/0vfi32r2d4t31.png?width=2400&format=png&auto=webp&s=61cd32709d12ed006e670bbe1af465c9fa132a74
Welcome to the first article form the series of Blockchain and cryptocurrency educational materials - Blockchain explained. Being a part of the Darb Academy project, the series will bring you closer to the key definitions and concepts joined with the subject of blockchain and cryptocurrency trading.
In our first reveal of „Blockchain Explained” we would like to bring you closer to the concept of Cryptocurrency mining.
**WHO ARE MINERS**
Miners are people directly responsible for registering your transactions on the blockchain ledger.
The mining process is supported by a Peer 2 Peer network, that is registering mining activity in real-time. Every one of us can become a miner with the right amount of mining dedicated hardware and an internet connection. At the beginning of cryptocurrency mining, a personal computer was more than enough to acquire a sufficient amount of computing power to dig on the hash. With time, however, the process of finding a magic number is becoming increasingly demanding. What hardware is now adequate to the mining requirements? The one with the most computing power! Graphic cards and integrated circuits proved to be most efficient, with dedicated units being available on the market for more optimized mining. The mining process involves some risk, let us explain them to you.
**MINING RISKS**
First of all, mining a bitcoin does not always equal to acquiring the bitcoin. All mining entities are dedicated to mining the same block, but there will be only one winner of this race. The miner that will be first to discover the hash, frequently called a magic number, will be the one to receive the Bitcoins and transaction fees associated with the block. Even after the hash is dug, it is too early to call it a success. The block has still to be followed by at least 5 other blocks to be included in the blockchain with all certainty. There are however possibilities of increasing your chances. In order to step ahead of the race, miners invest in more hardware (more computing power) and join into mining hubs, in which several miners work on the same block and then split the prize adequately to the contribution. Second of all, the process can generate high costs due to the energy consumption of mining units. In China, which is the biggest crypto mining industry maintaining around 60% to 70% of the world's bitcoin mining network, occurred several instances of charging miners and mining hubs with allegations of electricity theft. To avoid any trouble with the law, and what’s more important, to make sure that the process is profitable in the first place, it’s of utmost importance for miners to calculate power usage and costs that go with it. In some instances, mining bitcoin might not even be worth it! Everything depends on the price of power in your location and your mining capability or other words hashing power. If you want to start mining, use mining calculators available online to estimate your income.
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Bitcoin is about to halve, maybe you could mine DISC?

There are less than 200 days to Bitcoin's halving cycle, and the bull market is coming soon? Sorry, I don't know if the bull market will come, but I know that there will be a large number of small hashrate miners who can't participate in BTC mining. Under the effect of halving, the reward for a single block will be reduced to 6.5 Bitcoins. If you want to maintain the current revenue, this means that the miner's hashrate must increase. You said that the mining machine is tens of thousands, and there is no money to add hashrate? Sorry, then you can only quit, no money, you may be unable to mine Bitcoin.
"The risk of leverage is high, the contract does not dare to join, and life can only be maintained by mining." - Che Guevara Miner
Although it is a joke, it is indeed a true portrayal of most miners, especially small miners. The biggest shortcoming of a small miner is that there is no money in the pocket, so they will choose to mine. After all, the risk of mining is lower and the revenue is relatively stable compared to the coin trading.
In this way, mining is really a good way, don't be too happy. Looking at the previous article, Bitcoin will soon be halved! This means that the fullnet hashrate will increase dramatically, the mining machine will have higher hashrate, and the individual is likely to no longer be able to participate in mining.
Then where should this group of small miners go? There are still tens of thousands of dollars, can you mine? I can tell you very responsible,yes, you can! And you can mine all the time, what will we mine? DISC!
What is DISC?
DISC is a crypto currency that uses CPOC (Conditioned Proof Of Capacity). You could use hardisk to mine the DISC. Is it incredible, and the hardisk can also mine? Don't be surprised, when the graphics card was used to mine Bitcoin, a large group of people was also surprised.
What is POC?
POC is the hardisk mining, POC uses the mechanical hardisk to store the answers needed for mining. The whole mining process is just using the computer's CPU to scan the hardisk space. Whoever has the larger hardisk capacity, who has a greater probability to crack the Block puzzles and get the block rewards.
POC strictly speaking, it can not be regarded as a new consensus algorithm, it is also a kind of POW, the biggest difference between the two is that one uses computing equipment (CPU, GPU, ASIC chip) mining, one use Storage equipment (mechanical hardisk) mining.
What are the advantages of DISC+POC?
It is no exaggeration to tell you that the current cost of mining a Bitcoin is about 40,000 kWh. Bitcoin miners are not paying for electricity, or they are on the way to paying electricity. Well, when it comes to this, you should be able to guess what the advantages of DISC are. Yes, it is power saving. The reasons are as follows:
The process of mining Bitcoin is to calculate the answer required for mining. This is similar to the students who do not work hard. When they are doing the work, they need to keep checking the books all the time, which is time-consuming and laborious. Mining Bitcoin is not only extremely inefficient, but also wastes a lot of power because of the long-term use of computationally intensive equipment.
The DISC hardisk mining is like a hard-working student. When you are doing a problem, you only need to fill in the answers in your head, which is easy and enjoyable. DISC hardisk mining, high efficiency and low power consumption, mainly before the start of mining, it uses the CPU, GPU to calculate a large number of answers, and then store the answer of the mining in the hardisk, the mining process is only every Scan the hardisk space in a few minutes.
This is the first advantage of DISC, saving power.
Some people may refute it: I have paid money on Bitcoin mining fees, and the electricity bill has been handed over to the country. Bitcoin has driven economic development. Yes, it is undeniable that Bitcoin has indeed brought some opportunities for economic development in some economically underdeveloped inland areas. But don't forget other reasons to mine Bitcoin in the inland area.
Anyone who knows Bitcoin mining knows that mining machines that mine Bitcoins are often overloaded, in which case machines often generate huge amounts of noise and heat. If the human body is in an environment of 80 to 90 decibels for a long time, permanent hearing damage will occur. It is said that if you are in a high-noise environment for a long time, you will be deaf. You said that a machine will not affect anything, then a Mine with hundreds of thousands of mining machines?
Bitcoin mining will accelerate global warming. In addition to the heat emitted by the machine itself, a large number of thermal power stations will release a large amount of carbon emissions. Bitcoin currently generates 22 million tons of carbon emissions per year. The global Internet's carbon dioxide emissions are only 33 million tons, and Bitcoin mining produces carbon emissions equivalent to one year's emissions in Hamburg, Germany or Las Vegas.
The mechanical hardisk used in DISC mining has its own characteristics of low power consumption, low heat and low noise. Even if you mine at home, it will not affect anyone or anything.
This is the second advantage of DISC hardisk mining. Energy saving and environmental protection.
In addition to power consumption and environmental protection, Bitcoin mining has problems such as high risk and centralization.
The risk is high. As mentioned earlier, Bitcoin mining requires 24 hours of uninterrupted calculations and the machine is in an overloaded state for a long time. In this case, the mining machine is prone to irreparable conditions. In many cases, the mining machine is damaged. In addition, the impact of the currency price on the mining machine is also very large. The ASIC integrated chip used by the Bitcoin mining machine is a device that only has one function (mining). If the price of the currency drops sharply, because the power consumed by the mining machine itself is extremely high, and the electricity expenditure of mining is the majority of the revenue, it is easy to make ends meet. At this time, the miners can only stop mining.
The hardisk and the graphics card, in addition to being used for mining, and the role of storing data, even if you can not participate in mining, you could format the hardisk, used to save movies, photos is also a good choice. And the price of the hardisk is extremely low, you can not use it, you can also sell it to people in need at low prices.
This is the third advantage of DISC hardisk mining. The residual value of the equipment is high and the risk of mining is low.
After 10 years of development, Bitcoin has gradually changed from a white paper concept of one person to one vote to a game in which only a few elites can participate. At present, the six mines headed by Bitland have mastered a hashrate of over 51%. In this case, it is very simple for six mines to do evil. They can modify the algorithm, roll back the transaction, and more. You can think that these six mines have controlled the Bitcoin network.
In addition to being a mining pool, Bitland has a status as a mining machine manufacturer. Bitcoin mining equipment can only be manufactured by a few mining machine manufacturers. They are both your friendly and your enemy. So it is not difficult to explain why Bitcoin is becoming more and more centralized. The mining machines they manufacture, the mine pool they control.
Everything is controlled by others, what else do you play?
The hardisk itself is the cornerstone of the construction of the Internet world. Therefore, it has many brands and large shipments. There is no one or two hardisk businesses monopolizing the hardisk. You raise the price and I go elsewhere to buy it. Therefore, from the source to eliminate the harvest of the hardisk business.
DISC hardisk mining through the hardisk capacity as a consensus basis, so that everyone can participate in mining at a very low cost, this way more decentralized, nodes are more dispersed, so its decentralization is higher than Bitcoin.
This is the fourth advantage of DISC hardisk mining, with a higher degree of decentralization.
Summary
The first decade of the blockchain belongs to Bitcoin, but POW also brings a lot of "troubles" to Bitcoin. The monopoly caused by centralization, the huge consumption of electricity, and environmental pollution have all become the pain points of the mining industry. The emergence of DISC has once again seen hope.
In a gossip, many people feel that the DISC, including the entire hardisk mining, has no hope. Indeed, the performance of the currency price is not satisfactory, but I hope that everyone will hold it and wait for the bull market to come. You only need to look at the advantages of DISC, it does not consume electricity.
The last sentence is given to a firm DISC believer. "hold coins in the bear market, makes money in the bull market, and when the bull market comes, you fly." - DISC Miner
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