How to Create a Bitcoin mining pool?
Bitcoin Mining / October 20, 2018

How to Create a Bitcoin mining pool?

Setting up a mining pool will require some programming, so based on your self-identification as a business man, I would suggest to start with asking yourself how much this will be worth to you. Many would say that running a bitcoin pool is likely a bit of an altruistic endeavour: If you want to attract people to join your pool, you are competing with others. This…

Building a Bitcoin mining rig
Bitcoin Mining / October 18, 2018

Building a Bitcoin mining rig

When you build a mining rig you need to take into consideration are you going to ever want to use the GPU s for something else? If so buy with them brand new and make sure you get it the GPU registered since they will be cranking at 100% at about 75C. If not get them used, I prefer this method as you can buy a 6850 for about 75 bucks if you do it right. Also need…

Hardware for Bitcoin mining
Bitcoin Mining / October 16, 2018

Hardware for Bitcoin mining

MGT Capital Investments Inc first announced its debut into the Bitcoin mining business in late June and has reported its mining rewards for Phase One. The Bitcoin operation started when John McAfee, creator of McAfee Antivirus, took over the MGT earlier this year and has steered the company into Bitcoin and Blockchain technology. “We appreciate the efforts of MGT…

Bitcoin Directory
Bitcoin Exchanges / October 14, 2018

Bitcoin Directory

In this post I’m going to describe my ongoing experiment of porting Bitcoin Core to CloudABI. I think the capability-based approach of CloudABI is a conceptually great way of going about the problem of containing applications, and it might be a harbinger of things to come in computer security. Bitcoin Core is a good example of an existing, moderately complex, security…

How to make a paper wallet Bitcoin?
Bitcoin Wallet / October 12, 2018

How to make a paper wallet Bitcoin?

Hi there, I want to buy a Bitcoin but store it externally on a paper wallet, however, I know Coinbase no longer proves this function on its website. After much research I think I ve finally figured it out, but would just like some conformation. Ok, here goes To put Bitcoin on my paper wallet: 1. I purchase a Bitcoin from the Coinbase exchange 2. I use a secure external…

Pool mining Bitcoin
Bitcoin Mining / October 10, 2018

Pool mining Bitcoin

Fundamentals Hello Miners! Some of you may have already voted, but others might be wondering what for is the voting feature on Slush Pool. It is actually quite simple! In mind with the philosophy of decentralization, Slush Pool has decided to give our miners a say in the blocksize debate. If you do not know what is the debate over the blocksize, please check out Coindesk…

Bitcoin Social Network
Bitcoin Exchanges / October 8, 2018

Bitcoin Social Network

Steemit’s ‘trending’ forum “It’s internet points, like you have on Reddit, but now those points have real market value, ” says Scott. “People are earning money for doing the things they were doing for free before. People spend all this time creating free content for social media companies, and now they can be rewarded.” That sounds pretty good. And indeed, multiple…

Best wallet for Bitcoin
Bitcoin Wallet / October 6, 2018

Best wallet for Bitcoin

Bitcoin prime currently catalogs more than two dozen wallets, including cloud-based, local and portable. They are listed here: The top menu separates wallets into four broad categories (with some wallets covering multiple platforms): • Mobile, • Desktop, • Hardware, • Web — PC and smartphone classes are broken down by OS: Windows/Mac/Linux, or Android/IOS/Windows…

Bitcoin mining for Beginners
Bitcoin Mining / October 4, 2018

Bitcoin mining for Beginners

They pay for, house and maintain the machines, and you lease (a part of) the machine for a year. The cost is around $2 per GH/s (Gigahash per second) for beginning plans and towards $1.7 per GH/s for larger plans. The payouts are done automatically per day to your desired Bitcoin address. I was offered to test their 150Gh/s plan. It costs $279 a year, and it returns…

Why do Bitcoins have value?
Bitcoin Exchanges / October 2, 2018

Why do Bitcoins have value?

Like any other asset that has a market price, it s all a matter of supply and demand. The supply side is relatively trivial, the protocol allows for a fixed amount (25 bitcoins at the time of writing) to be produced every tenth minute, this reward is cut in half at regular intervals, and with this algorithm there will never be more than 21 million coins. However…

Bitcoin mining motherboard
Bitcoin Mining / September 30, 2018

Bitcoin mining motherboard

Biostar announces its latest B250 motherboard to join its product line this generation with the introduction of the BIOSTAR TB250-BTC mining motherboard designed for dense bitcoin mining operations. Press-release: The new BIOSTAR TB250-BTC motherboard features enhancements provided by the new Intel 200 series as well as improved efficiency by the latest 7th-generation…

Most profitable Bitcoin Miner
Bitcoin Mining / September 28, 2018

Most profitable Bitcoin Miner

A few months ago, we ran out of X11 contracts and every day, we received more and more emails from customers asking when they would be able to buy X11 contracts again. Well, the day has finally come! X11 is back and better than ever! Our new X11 mining will feature brand new ASIC technology that no other mining company is using. What does this mean for you? BETTER…

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