ELI5 What is a premined cryptocurrency?
If you're a beginner and you've been following some of the cryptocurrency debates on social media, then you may have encountered something like this:
CRV is getting premined an...
ELI5: Cryptocurrency Micro Mining
Micro mining is a cryptocurrency mining modality where large quantities of small, and low computing power, devices perform the mining work.
The idea stemmed from concepts relat...
ELI5 What is Honeyminer?
Honeyminer is an automatic multiple coin mining program that pays users to use their spare computing power.
Honeyminer leverages a variation of the concept of micro mining, wh...
ELI5 Proof of Stake (PoS) – How does PoS work?
In the cryptocurrency universe, Proof of Stake (PoS) is an alternative to the Proof of Work (PoW) consensus mechanism. How PoS Works While PoW guarantees that each network participant has performed a certain amount of work in order to receive a reward, Proof of Stake requires participants to prove that they are willing to guarantee […]
A Jormungandr jcli Cryptonomicon – Staking Pool Commands and Stuff
In this article, we’ll take a look at jormungandr and ended up compiling notes, some commonly used commands and other stuff learned while researching how to run a Cardano staking pool. I’ve turned everything into this post so we could all copy and reuse from if needed. Ended up becoming a jormungandr cheat sheet of […]
ELI5 What is an adversarial Cardano staking pool?
If you’ve been following recent Cardano staking discussions then you’ve probably seen or heard the term adversarial staking pool. What does it mean, exactly, to be an adversarial staking pool? FROG lost our block tonight due to an adversarial quad fork (LION) 2 min before go time I’ve been up 22 hrs making sure we […]
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Passive Income refers to obtaining financial returns without requiring work by the investor. In cryptocurrencies, investors usually seek passive income by Staking, lending or via DeFi.
Proof of Stake
Proof of Stake is a consensus mechanism in which block verifiers prove their commitment to the network by staking their coins instead of by proving they performed some work (contrast with Proof of Work).
Staking is the process by which users delegate their Proof of Stake voting rights to a staking pool. The pool then verifies transactions on the users' behalf and, similarly to mining pools, share some of the profits back with the stakers.