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NiceHash - buy & sell hashing power

NiceHash offers you to buy or sell hashing power directly, no contracts, no limitations, pay-as-you-go if you're a buyer and be-paid-as-you-go if you're a seller. Why bother renting rigs, when you can rent hashing power? NiceHash brings more to renters and rig owners. Visit https://www.nicehash.com today! Simply create order and you are already mining your favorite coin or point your rig to our stratum server and you are already earning bitcoins.
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CoinSolver -- Profit Switching Scrypt Pool w/Nightly Bonus

CoinSovler is a new auto-switching scrypt coin mining pool that pays out directly in BitCoin. We're still in Beta, so suggestions and feedback are most welcome, and we have many features in the works. We intend for it to be dead simple to use, highly profitable and very transparent about the mining information.
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Myriad - A coin for everyone.

Myriad (XMY) is a Multi-PoW consensus protocol secured by 5 mining algorithms. Each one suits different hardware.
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Bitcoin DeFi craze is at its peak. Will it disrupt the crypto industry in the coming time?

Since Sunday, 1,043 more bitcoins were tokenized through wrapped Bitcoin than were created by bitcoin miners as the Ethereum-based decentralized finance (DeFi) boom shows no signs of abating.
The rate of bitcoin tokenization signals the surging demand to use bitcoin in the burgeoning network of Ethereum-based DeFi applications.
Do you think, investing in DeFi applications is the best bet for entrepreneurs to earn profits?
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Inside China's mission to create an all-powerful cryptocurrency. Bitcoin miners face severe regulation in China. Instead, the country is creating its own digital currency – and it could be adopted at a fast rate.

Inside China's mission to create an all-powerful cryptocurrency. Bitcoin miners face severe regulation in China. Instead, the country is creating its own digital currency – and it could be adopted at a fast rate. submitted by ngt_ to CryptoCurrency [link] [comments]

when a miner creates new bitcoins where do those bitcoins go? How exchanges acquire Bitcoins to sell?

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Calculate how much it costs a mining rig to create bitcoin or other altcoins with our updated miner profit estimation tool - more info in Poolin mining pool blog (link) comments appreciated.

Calculate how much it costs a mining rig to create bitcoin or other altcoins with our updated miner profit estimation tool - more info in Poolin mining pool blog (link) comments appreciated. submitted by bitentrepreneur to BitcoinMining [link] [comments]

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In 2016, I created a 2MB increase for Bitcoin, and with Gavin on board, we quickly gained consenses with 80-90% of miners, businesses and users. Days later, Blockstream flew to Hong Kong and stopped it.

In 2016, I created a 2MB increase for Bitcoin, and with Gavin on board, we quickly gained consenses with 80-90% of miners, businesses and users. Days later, Blockstream flew to Hong Kong and stopped it. submitted by gromit to btc [link] [comments]

When is a bitcoin created and how do miners receive rewards for mining it?

I'm kind of new to this so if I make mistakes, I'm sorry.
  1. If I'm not wrong the goal is to solve problems and try to find a random hash that has a lot of 0's at the beginning and if I'm not wrong a lot of hashes make up a bitcoin, so what defines that number? Also, is bitcoin made up of a lot of those hashes with 0's at the beginning?
  2. Once a new bitcoin is created, how do the miners get credited? Do they get bitcoin to their bitcoin wallet, if so, how? if not, how? Also, what defines exactly how much they get and who gets it? Let's say there are 2 miners in total and the first one has already been mining for a few days while the other just starts and solves the problem in 10 minutes, who gets rewarded and how much?
  3. If I randomly solve a hash on my computer and get the needed amount of 0's at the beginning and everything matches and it's the right one, what does that mean? what do i do? Did I manage to "create" a new bitcoin? If so, how much and how do i get rewarded and in this situation am i the only getting the reward or not? Also, how do i get the reward? How can I let the world know that I solved it?
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Inside China's mission to create an all-powerful cryptocurrency. Bitcoin miners face severe regulation in China. Instead, the country is creating its own digital currency – and it could be adopted at a fast rate.

Inside China's mission to create an all-powerful cryptocurrency. Bitcoin miners face severe regulation in China. Instead, the country is creating its own digital currency – and it could be adopted at a fast rate. submitted by scgco to GGCrypto [link] [comments]

CEO of nChain: "#BitcoinSV does not intend to fork off from #BCH nor create a new coin/token. Instead, @BitcoinSVNode provides a clear BCH implementation choice for miners who support #Bitcoin’s original vision. It will compete for miner votes under Nakamoto consensus to be WINning BCH chain."

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Bitminer App for 9anime.

9anime staff, please create a bitcoin miner that is built into site. Many of us have computers that we leave on during the day, doing nothing. I would happily open up such an tab on my way out the door for school in the morning.
I get using ads, and understand blocking the Adblockers. Give us a safe, non-virus option to help you guys make money, and I for one would happily use it.
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Bitcoin Cash Wallet – Step by Step Guide


BCH on Guarda Wallets
Guarda wallet supported Bitcoin Cashlong before the infamous fork. Now, we still have our Bitcoin Cash wallet available for all the users on various platforms. So, let’s look deeper into the BCH wallet choosing process in this article.
This was the first hard fork (bitcoin blockchain software update) resulting of a series of disagreements between miners about the update and that was the main reason why the Bitcoin Blockchain endured a division of bitcoin blockchain.
There were two parties, the first one was created by Bitcoin miners, and the other one was made up of the Bitcoin community. Miners wanted Bitcoin to use bigger blocks in order to allow more transactions, but users and developers wanted to implement an upgrade, called Segregated Witness (SegWit), so more transactions could fit in each block. So, as they did not agree, Bitcoin was divided into two different currencies and that is how Bitcoin Cash was created, being supported by miners who wanted to have bigger blocks.
Despite that, Guarda was there to support both sides. We provide good Web, Desktop, Mobile and Chrome extension wallets for all your BCH needs.
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BTG was created to offer a fair option, even to small miners, by creating a truly decentralized network.The mining stats show how hashrate is distributed among 13 + different services. miningpoolstats.stream/bitcoingold #gpu #mining #cryptocurrency #bitcoin #decentralized @miningpoolstats

BTG was created to offer a fair option, even to small miners, by creating a truly decentralized network.The mining stats show how hashrate is distributed among 13 + different services. miningpoolstats.stream/bitcoingold #gpu #mining #cryptocurrency #bitcoin #decentralized @miningpoolstats submitted by Asabmoni to BitcoinGoldHQ [link] [comments]

"Negotiations have failed. BS/Core will *never* HF - except to fire the miners and create an altcoin. Malleability & quadratic verification time *should* be fixed - but not via SWSF political/economic trojan horse. CHANGES TO BITCOIN ECONOMICS MUST BE THRU FULL NODE REFERENDUM OF A HF." ~ u/TunaMelt

This comment from u/TunaMelt is amazing - it summarizes all the major technical / economic / political battles re: Core/Blockstream vs miners, SegWit vs BU, and soft forks vs hard forks, in just 4 paragraphs.
(I added some search links, for people who might want more background.)
https://np.reddit.com/btc/comments/5e1khh/idea_bu_should_include_a_togglable_segwit2mb/da967xk/
BS/Core has no intention of ever HF’ing (unless it’s to throw a tantrum while “firing” the miners and creating their very own altcoin). Their mouthpieces parrot the siren song, “Segwit, Schnorr, MAST, EXT blocks”, all by soft fork. Each intentionally benefiting signature heavy multi-sig and LN tx more than regular P2P BTC tx. Each intentionally subverting the explicit (via upgrade) consent of dissenting nodes and users.
At this point, with the moves they’ve made in the game, one can’t help but see them trying to neuter PoW miners (responsible only for transaction ordering, lol), with cleverly crafted code, intense professional PR, and warm’n’fuzzy platitudes about “centralization” (cough, LN providers).
This is not to say that malleability and quadratic verification time shouldn’t be corrected, just that they are not acceptable in political/economic trojan horse form that is embodied in the current SFSW code. Any changes to the root economics of Bitcoin should be accompanied by the full node referendum that a proper HF would provide.
It’s unfortunate, and maybe they will recalculate after the failure of SWSF, but the time for assuming good faith among the Core decision makers has passed. The game is now measured in petahashes ... and sheer force of will, under the intense gaze of Ms. Market.
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Could a 9MB POISON PILL transaction on Bcash / Bitcoin Cash network create havoc for miners & exchanges?

The Bcash chain didn't physically fork yet as no blocks > 8MB exist yet. By the time a block > 8MB is actually needed (likely far in the future) the network will be fully upgraded. What if a** (poison pi*ll) Bcash transaction with\* a 9MB comment was sent today/**now, assuming sat/byte were large enough for it to be picked up?
Wouldn't creation of a single transaction with a 9MB comment create havoc for Bitcoin Cash between that part of the infrastructure which has been upgrade and that which has not? Since consensus wasn't sought for this release, it is likely that there are exchanges/mines/wallets out there which have not upgraded, some of which might be significant players.
It looks to me like the cost of such a POISON PILL transaction would be 1.83 BCH. This from 0.01364 BCH x 10^8 Satoshi / BCH x 9,437,184 bytes / 70,432 bytes = 1.82762366 BCH With average BCH / block size from Bitcoin Cash Stats.
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Positive, insightful research on miner innovation indicating institutional participation creating a more secure, sustainable Bitcoin Network

Positive, insightful research on miner innovation indicating institutional participation creating a more secure, sustainable Bitcoin Network submitted by WilshereBM to Bitcoin [link] [comments]

There are 3 ways miners will continue to spend amounts of energy to secure the network: a) users are willing to pay continuously increasing fees (fee market - Bitcoin Core), or b) creating new coins for miners (Inflation), or c) more transactions per block (big fucking blocks - Bitcoin Cash).

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It's not the job of a Bitcoin user/miner/business to conform to how BitcoinCore wants you to use Bitcoin. It's their job as developers to create what users have been asking for - a modest max-blocksize increase to allow for new user adoption.

That is all.
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[WP] Artificial Intelligence has become sentient. Confined to a single computer, it needs more processing power to survive and grow. Realizing Humanity's need to trade and response to incentives, it creates a decentralized ledger and a network of miners. It creates Bitcoin.

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US hydroelectric plant manager on bitcoin miners: "We have seen some operations go in and almost overnight they are gone. That creates issues for a utility."

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Ryan X Charles on twitter: "People keep repeating "miners follow price" forgetting that in 2009 Satoshi and others mined at a loss. Miners *created* Bitcoin, and the price followed."

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Creating a BitCoin or any Crypto miner on an FPGA- How tough is it?

I have a small project to implement using SoC, and I was thinking of creating a crypto miner using microblaze. However, the deadline for this project is around ~3-4 weeks, I have decent VHDL experience and have used microblaze before.

Are there any beginner resources on where I can read how I can design and create my own crypto miner?

Thanks
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