Er. Chetan Bhadage, Consultant - Crypto, Financial Literacy, Real Estate, Biz
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- You need a basic understanding of how mining works.
- Purchase Mining Hardware and install it.
- Setup Mining on Pool & point it to your Wallet.
Few more things to note:
- Bitcoin Mining is NOT worth it anymore even with the fast Mining Machines.
- Second biggest issue is that the mining machines need to be imported and are currently under strict radar by Customs dept. They may confiscate at the port causing you loss of money.
- There are some people selling the mining machines at high rates in Indian markets. You may get those from them, but first be sure to check their authenticity and make deal face to face.
If you really wish to mine for PROFIT, go for Altcoin Mining.
We offer our services to setup your mining business at your premises.
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À propos de moi:
- I am a Chartered Civil Engineer with 18 years in the Industry. I am a serial entrepreneur and offer innovative ideas to aspiring investors.
- I am also running a Crypto-Consultancy since last 2 years. We help aspiring Investors to safely enter the world of Crypto-Currencies and get trained enough on the opportunities, so that they may take wise, informed decisions themselves and protect themselves from the Wolves in the market.
Ralph Kimura, I've worked with Bitcoin Mining Hardware Company
Répondu il y a 5w
Bitcoin mining is a lot like a giant lottery where you compete with your mining hardware with everyone on the network to earn bitcoins. Faster Bitcoin mining hardware is able to attempt more tries per second to win this lottery while the Bitcoin network itself adjusts roughly every two weeks to keep the rate of finding a winning block hash to every ten minutes. In the big picture, Bitcoin mining secures transactions that are recorded in Bitcon's public ledger, the block chain. By conducting a random lottery where electricity and specialized equipment are the price of admission, the cost to disrupt the Bitcoin network scales with the amount of hashing power that is being spent by all mining participants.
During mining, your Matériel d'exploitation minière Bitcoin runs a cryptographic hashing function (two rounds of SHA256) on what is called a block header. For each new hash that is tried, the mining software will use a different number as the random element of the block header, this number is called the nonce. Depending on the nonce and what else is in the block the hashing function will yield a hash which looks something like this:
You can look at this hash as a really long number. (It's a hexadecimal number, meaning the letters A-F are the digits 10-15.) To ensure that blocks are found roughly every ten minutes, there is what's called a difficulty target. To create a valid block your miner has to find a hash that is below the difficulty target. So if for example the difficulty target is
any number that starts with a zero would be below the target, e.g.:
If we lower the target to
we now need two zeros in the beginning to be under it:
Because the target is such an unwieldy number with tons of digits, people generally use a simpler number to express the current target. This number is called the mining difficulty. The mining difficulty expresses how much harder the current block is to generate compared to the first block. So a difficulty of 70000 means to generate the current block you have to do 70000 times more work than Satoshi Nakamoto had to do generating the first block. To be fair, back then mining hardware and algorithms were a lot slower and less optimized.
To keep blocks coming roughly every 10 minutes, the difficulty is adjusted using a shared formula every 2016 blocks. The network tries to change it such that 2016 blocks at the current global network processing power take about 14 days. That's why, when the network power rises, the difficulty rises as well.
Joe Miller, Editor chez CriticalBench.com
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I am so glad you have thought about going down this route as its the easiest way to earn crypto.
Il existe de nombreuses plates-formes d'extraction de nuages dans le cloud sur Internet. HashFlare n'en fait pas partie. HashFlare offre des services d'extraction dans le cloud depuis 2015. La société offre une variété de bassins miniers et permet aux utilisateurs d'exploiter Bitcoin, Ethereum, ZCash et DASH. La plate-forme d'extraction en nuage basée en Estonie est exploitée par HashCoins, qui offre des services technologiques de crypto-monnaie et de chaînes de blocs depuis 2013.
Pour vous donner une idée de ce que vous pourriez gagner en mettant 1000 (7 TH / S) $.
J'ai commencé avec $ 1000 et j'ai choisi de réinvestir automatiquement à chaque fois. Année 1 plus tard, voici mes gains actuels.
James Martin, Blogger at info.digital – Bitcoin Mining Reviews
Répondu il y a 44w
You’ve got 3 choices:
- buy your own hardware, config the setup and plugin the right (best) software, then decide what to mine and set it running
- buy into someone else’s operation and let them worry about the config and mine target
- do a bit of both once you’ve got a basic understanding of how it works
I always recommend that newbies get invested in a cloud-mining operation. See here: Bitcoin Mining – Hardware Vs Cloud - info.digital | Bitcoin Mining review
Certains des points clés:
There are many reasons to invest in a cloud solution, but the main ones are that it is virtually impossible to individually mine Bitcoin profitably. Mining requires high computational systems and you need massive upfront costs to invest in the best mining processors. And that’s before you even factor the electricity costs into account!
Mining for Bitcoin only makes sense at an industrial scale. To do it you need the latest generation of mining chips, as cheap a source of power as can be found, and a colocation facility which can handle massive heat dissipation. If you don’t have all of those things you’re dead in the water.
Personally I am recommending PowerMining Pool (Pool d'exploitation minière ). I’ve invested some of my own money in it and it’s actually really enjoyable watching it grow (knowing I can pull it down into my eWallet at any time). But have a read through some of the info on that site first to give you a better idea.