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Bitcoin Mining: Basics, Cloud vs Hardware /r/BitcoinBeginners

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Mining • Bitcoin Mining Basics

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Bitcoin Mining Basics

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Bitcoin mining basic tutorial

since i was helping keef get his bitcoin mining OP started i though id post something so that if any of you are interested, you can join us.
bitcoins are basically an anonymous online currency (there are physical forms but thats irrelevant and difficult to explain) im going to quote the wiki article to explain a few things cause im too lazy. "Unlike most currencies, bitcoin does not rely on a central issuer, like a central bank or government. Instead, bitcoin uses a transaction log across a peer-to-peer computer network to record transactions, verify them and prevent double spending. The verification process awards effective bitcoin nodes or "bitcoin miners" with a limited release of bitcoins and transaction fees (if any). This process requires intense computing power, electricity and significant investment as it solves SHA256 hashes through bruteforce to verify transactions and add them to the network's transaction log. Currently, bitcoin is the most widely used alternative currency:[12][2] As of February 2013, the monetary base of bitcoin is valued at over 275 million US dollars."
so basically bitcoin miners will always be needed. because of the calculations that come from the transfer and exchange of bitcoins. in essence a bitcoin is a large string of data stored on your harddrive. so if your hard drive fries... so does your coins... but the problem is that you cant just make new bitcoins... there is a maximum number that could ever be in existence... so your hard drive crashing hypothetically increases the value of all remaining bitcoins. albeit just slightly.
now as a miner, you have a few different options.... theres pooled mining. and solo mining... solo mining can be quite lucrative if you have the processing power to do so. but for miners with only one computer doing the mining, pooled mining is where its at. (shit gotta get ready for work. ill finish this when im home)
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10-21 14:35 - 'Raising aware nce of cumulative mining power and raising funds for helping organization' (self.Bitcoin) by /u/Basic-Ad-9198 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 3-13min

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Dear Community,
we are not sure if this the right forum to purpose this one. We are working on a development for a new chain for African people to get more adaption within Africa Content. We're also working on a new coin for payment for people and help organization in Africa.
Since we are not looking for raising founds through ICO or selling coins. we came with the idea (DONATE YOUR HASHRATE FOR A DAY). Since we had a good reference from many users that nice hash would be the easiest way. We made an account for testing purpose.
The website will be coming up soon with all details. but for now if you are interested to share/donate your Hash rate and helping to raise Founds for a good purpose you are most welcome to use our mining Wallet into nice hash for 1 day (or more) every contribution is welcome. Also willing to hear from the community in here, if you have a proposed, ideas or assistance to share. They are more than welcome.
Kind Regards.
For Donation, you hash rate:
  1. install Nice hash miner on your System :[[link]2
  2. Allow it on Firewall
  3. Add our mining wallet address: 3N6XnMdXyF7SijfQeG7po7U5yRDqwKBuDf
  4. Benchmark and then mine and donate!
P.S. We will post a continuous update within this forum
P.S.S. you can also donate with sending BTC to the address above! (But that is actually not the purpose of the project Idea)
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What will happen if 2 bitcoin miners finish at the same time? Will they share the mining reward? [Bitcoin Basics Podcast]

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BLOG: Secrets of Bitcoin mining: From the basics of Bitcoin mining made clear and simple, to its ‘secret’ dynamics which even some experts are not aware of: How miners really interact with Bitcoin’s price floor, miners’ seasonal migration and bullish miners' natural selection

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BLOG: From the basics of Bitcoin mining made clear and simple, to its ‘secret’ dynamics which even some experts are not aware of: How miners really interact with Bitcoin’s price floor, miners’ seasonal migration and ‘bullish’ miners’ natural selection (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

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THE project to invest in, due to the big Bitcoin halvening coming in May

To understand what Bitcoin Halving is, you first need to understand Bitcoin mining's basics. In short, new Bitcoins are coming into the world as a reward for miners every time they mine a block of Bitcoin.
Once the Bitcoin protocol rules were set up by Satoshi Nakamoto, he declared two crucial points, among others: first, that Bitcoin's supply is finite and limited to 21 million. Second, the number of bitcoins produced per block i.e. the reward is set to reduce every 210,000 blocks by 50 per cent.
Although 6 blocks are found on average within an hour and halving occurs once every 210,000 blocks, then a halving event occurs every 4 years (give or take). This effectively means that the mining incentive from what it used to be would be reduced by 50 per cent. For example, if any miner receives 12.5 Bitcoins today to solve a block, they will receive only 6.25 Bitcoins and so on after the next halving occurrence.
The two most well-known cryptocurrencies today are Bitcoin and Ethereum, with the former being the legacy cryptocurrency developed by the anonymous Satoshi Nakamoto in 2008 and the latter introduced by VitalikButerin in 2013.
Bitcoin is predicated on being an efficient, censorship-resistant value system outside the conventional financial domain while Ethereum is built as a' decentralized world computer' where Turing-complete functionality allows users to create and run network applications through the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM).
And, because of the big bitcoin halving in May, you've got to search for the next project you might invest in. One such idea is Thesaurum.
Thesaurum is a game reward platform that digitizes, tokenizes, and offers a range of assets, like gold mines in Ghana.
Many game prizes are allocated in some way, using smart contracts, to all game players from the pool of funds.
As a result, Thesaurum provides a platform where users play in different games and use Blockchain technology to win high-priced products from around the world in a fair and safe way.
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THE project to invest in, due to the big Bitcoin halvening coming in May

To understand what Bitcoin Halving is, you first need to understand Bitcoin mining's basics. In short, new Bitcoins are coming into the world as a reward for miners every time they mine a block of Bitcoin.
Once the Bitcoin protocol rules were set up by Satoshi Nakamoto, he declared two crucial points, among others: first, that Bitcoin's supply is finite and limited to 21 million. Second, the number of bitcoins produced per block i.e. the reward is set to reduce every 210,000 blocks by 50 per cent.
Although 6 blocks are found on average within an hour and halving occurs once every 210,000 blocks, then a halving event occurs every 4 years (give or take). This effectively means that the mining incentive from what it used to be would be reduced by 50 per cent. For example, if any miner receives 12.5 Bitcoins today to solve a block, they will receive only 6.25 Bitcoins and so on after the next halving occurrence.
The two most well-known cryptocurrencies today are Bitcoin and Ethereum, with the former being the legacy cryptocurrency developed by the anonymous Satoshi Nakamoto in 2008 and the latter introduced by VitalikButerin in 2013.
Bitcoin is predicated on being an efficient, censorship-resistant value system outside the conventional financial domain while Ethereum is built as a' decentralized world computer' where Turing-complete functionality allows users to create and run network applications through the Ethereum Virtual Machine (EVM).
And, because of the big bitcoin halving in May, you've got to search for the next project you might invest in. One such idea is Thesaurum.
Thesaurum is a game reward platform that digitizes, tokenizes, and offers a range of assets, like gold mines in Ghana.
Many game prizes are allocated in some way, using smart contracts, to all game players from the pool of funds.
As a result, Thesaurum provides a platform where users play in different games and use Blockchain technology to win high-priced products from around the world in a fair and safe way.
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I'm proud of & learned quite a bit preparing this article: From the basics of Bitcoin mining made clear and simple, to its ‘secret’ dynamics which even some experts are not aware of: How miners really interact with Bitcoin's price floor, miners’ seasonal migration & ‘bullish’ miners’ natural sel

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Basic knowledge of how to start mining Bitcoin Cash. Is it advisable to start mining BCH at this time?

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From the basics of Bitcoin mining made clear and simple to its ‘secret’ dynamics which even some experts are not aware of: How miners really interact with Bitcoin’s price floor, miners’ seasonal migration and ‘bullish’ miners’ natural selection

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Basically only the King is decentralized however centralization in mining can be a worrisome problem (x-post from /r/Bitcoin)

Basically only the King is decentralized however centralization in mining can be a worrisome problem (x-post from /Bitcoin) submitted by ASICmachine to CryptoCurrencyClassic [link] [comments]

The Best and Complete Cryptocurrency Guide

Here is a complete guide for beginners:
1st eCoin4dummies Guide: What is Bitcoin?
2nd eCoin4dummies Guide: Bitcoin Wallet
3rd eCoin4dummies Guide: Bitcoin Mining –The Basics, Cloud vs. Hardware
4th eCoin4dummies Guide: Top Bitcoin Faucets
5th eCoin4Dummies Guide: Exchange Platforms
6th eCoin4Dummies Guide: Where Can You Spend Your Bitcoin?
7th eCoin4Dummies Guide: Top 10 Cryptocurrency and ICO
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The Complete Bitcoin Guide

Here is a complete guide for beginners:
1st eCoin4dummies Guide: What is Bitcoin?
2nd eCoin4dummies Guide: Bitcoin Wallet
3rd eCoin4dummies Guide: Bitcoin Mining –The Basics, Cloud vs. Hardware
4th eCoin4dummies Guide: Top Bitcoin Faucets
5th eCoin4Dummies Guide: Exchange Platforms
6th eCoin4Dummies Guide: Where Can You Spend Your Bitcoin?
7th eCoin4Dummies Guide: Top 10 Cryptocurrency and ICO
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Here is a complete guide for cryptocurrency beginners:

Here is a complete guide for beginners:
1st eCoin4dummies Guide: What is Bitcoin?
2nd eCoin4dummies Guide: Bitcoin Wallet
3rd eCoin4dummies Guide: Bitcoin Mining –The Basics, Cloud vs. Hardware
4th eCoin4dummies Guide: Top Bitcoin Faucets
5th eCoin4Dummies Guide: Exchange Platforms
6th eCoin4Dummies Guide: Where Can You Spend Your Bitcoin?
7th eCoin4Dummies Guide: Top 10 Cryptocurrency and ICO
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The Best and Complete Cryptocurrency Guide

Here is a complete guide for beginners:
1st eCoin4dummies Guide: What is Bitcoin?
2nd eCoin4dummies Guide: Bitcoin Wallet
3rd eCoin4dummies Guide: Bitcoin Mining –The Basics, Cloud vs. Hardware
4th eCoin4dummies Guide: Top Bitcoin Faucets
5th eCoin4Dummies Guide: Exchange Platforms
6th eCoin4Dummies Guide: Where Can You Spend Your Bitcoin?
7th eCoin4Dummies Guide: Top 10 Cryptocurrency and ICO
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The Best and Complete Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency Guide

Here is a complete guide for beginners:

1st eCoin4dummies Guide: What is Bitcoin?
2nd eCoin4dummies Guide: Bitcoin Wallet
3rd eCoin4dummies Guide: Bitcoin Mining –The Basics, Cloud vs. Hardware
4th eCoin4dummies Guide: Top Bitcoin Faucets
5th eCoin4Dummies Guide: Exchange Platforms
6th eCoin4Dummies Guide: Where Can You Spend Your Bitcoin?
7th eCoin4Dummies Guide: Top 10 Cryptocurrency and ICO
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Security of the Bitcoin network: how is SHA256 used in Bitcoin mining & generating Bitcoin addresses? Is it quantum resistant? (Bitcoin Basics Podcast)

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