Category: Mining and Minting

The year of the Proof of Work genocide
Last week the Ethereum Classic team was caught off guard. On January 6, reports of double spends and blockchain anomalies began to pour in just as ETC was celebrating the earlie...

ELI5 How many Bitcoins are there Is the number of Bitcoins limited
tl;dr; There are 17.4 million Bitcoins in circulation today. Yes, Bitcoin supply is limited. Bitcoin is capped at 21 million BTC. This limit will be reached in the far future as bl...

ELI5 How to mine Litecoin
Litecoin is a top 10 ranked cryptocurrency that's been around since 2011. It was forked from the main Bitcoin source code by a developer called Charlie Lee. Bitcoin's hashing al...

The 33 most profitable Proof of Stake (PoS) coins for 2019
In this article we take a look at several Proof of Stake coins as a way to earn passive income. With wider cryptocurrency adoption, investors are looking for passive income in o...

ELI5: What is Cryptocurrency Micromining
Micro mining is a type of cryptocurrency mining where usually large quantities of small and low computing power devices execute the mining work. The idea stemmed from concepts r...

Cogenero COG Token: Mobile Cogeneration Mining Platform
COG is a ERC-20 protocol token which can be directly traded in the Ethereum network. The form of a token will be set to utility token structure. The token will be treated as a paym...

What is cryptocurrency geomining
Geomining is a cryptocurrency consensus mechanism where the participants' geographic locations are used as proof of value. Though the concept may seem vague at first, it is actu...

ELI5 : How to mine NEO
Many cryptocurrency newbies ask us how to mine NEO. This is a recurring question, so we decided to write a short post to clarify how to properly obtain NEO cryptocurrency. Mini...

Is your cryptocurrency at risk of a 51% attack
Half plus one attacks could theoretically happen to any Proof of Work based cryptocurrency. The amount of risk of such an attack happening depends on several factors, including ...

What is a Mining Pool Do I need to join one
As the name suggests, a mining pool is a group of miners working together to solve blocks and split the block rewards. Mining pools have become popular since GPU and ASICs started ...