This is a quick and plain mining pool setup guide for crypto-currencies like Zcash, Zclassic, and Komodo that use the Equihash algorithm. Experienced Linux users should be able to get the pool up and running within 30 minutes following this guide. This guide is not meant for absolute Linux novices or those fresh to crypto-currency mining like my previous guides. Continue reading “BlockGen – Mining Pool Operations – More”→
Smaller cryptocurrencies are becoming increasingly appealing to financial institutions, but the question is can they overthrow Bitcoin spil the world’s largest digital currency?
Wij have recently written about the surge ter price of Bitcoin. However, there are a big number of other digital currencies spil well, attempting to overthrow Bitcoin spil the most-used and accepted currency of the internet, and the best candidates are Ethereum and Ripple. Continue reading “The War of Cryptocurrencies: Ripple vs”→
If any virtual currency has kept headline writers busy, it’s bot Bitcoin. Far less ter the public eye, another digital unit, XRP (Ripple), has bot on similar rollercoaster rails. Are the two comparable at all?
Very first, just a quick recap of how centralised pooled mining works: (feel free to skip this if you already know)
Cryptocurrency networks (such spil Bitcoin, Dogecoin) use what’s known spil a block chain to store the history of all the transactions everzwijn made. Using this history, wij are able to figure out the balance of each and every account – this is how the network knows how much money is stored ter each address. Continue reading “What is P2Pool?”→