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  • Bitcoins are created as a reward for a process known as mining. They can be exchanged for other currencies, products, and services. As of Those who chose to put computational and electrical resources toward mining early on had a greater chance at receiving awards for block generations. Th
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  • # [[Pool vs. solo mining|Solo-mine]] a block, and have the newly-mined coins sent to your wallet. ...the fact that you're using bitcoin at all. As the coins were obtained by [[mining]] they are entirely unlinked from any other information about you. Since th
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  • Below are statistics about the Bitcoin [[Mining]] performance of [[ASIC]] hardware and '''only includes specialized equipment that has been shipped GPUs, CPUs and other hardware not specifically designed for Bitcoin mining can be found in the [[Non-specialized_hardware_comparison]].
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  • .... For GPUs, CPUs, and other hardware not specifically designed for bitcoin mining [[Non-specialized_hardware_comparison|see here]]. '''Only specialized equip | [[ASIC]] || || 1,155,000 || 1,957 || 3,121 || 590W || $370 || {{Yes}} || Ethernet
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  • '''DeepBit''' was a [[Pooled mining|mining pool]]. The site currently reports a hash rate of 0 Gh/s<ref>[https://deepb ...a simple reward sharing scheme and fast payments. It was once the biggest mining pool and at one point had more than 50% of the overall hash power at the ti
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  • Sold contracts for purchasing mining rig capacity. The service was offered by community member Vladimir. ...to miners a [[Bitcoin Mining Operations Management Service|service]] where mining rigs could be managed by the operator remotely.
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  • *[[Mining Explorer]] - monitoring tool for bitcoin mining ...coin Monitor] - Desktop widget to monitor status of your Bitcoin miners on mining pools (KDE)
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  • '''CGMiner''' is an open source ASIC/FPGA miner written in C, cross platform for Linux, Windows and OS X, and in Version 3.8.0 of 10th November 2013 dropped support for scrypt and GPU mining.
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  • ...is page should serve as an entry point and a place to organize most of our mining articles. Thank You! (-Atheros) --> ...e:Quick-and-dirty-4x5970-cooling.jpg|thumb|right|A home-made "[[Mining rig|mining rig]]"]]
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  • |industry=[[Mining pool]] '''Bitminter''' was a [[Pooled mining|bitcoin mining pool]]. Roughly 1% of the bitcoins in circulation came from Bitminter.
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  • A modular ASIC, FPGA, GPU and CPU miner written in C, cross platform for Linux, Mac, and W ...butterflylabs.com/bitforce-sc-release-notes/ Butterfly Labs's BitForce SC (ASIC) product line]
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  • ...targets greater than difficulty 1 for pool shares. With the advent of ASIC mining, many hashrates may be sufficiently high that difficulty 1 creates too much Higher difficulty pooled mining saves bandwidth and does not affect the expected return; however, volatilit
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  • getblocktemplate is the new decentralized Bitcoin mining protocol, openly developed by the Bitcoin community over mid 2012. It supercedes the old [[getwork]] mining protocol.
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  • ...PT parameters, it was discovered later, led directly to GPU, and then ASIC-mining almost from the start. ...ol. Large "Founder's Reward" which is paid out over the first few years of mining to people including Roger Ver.
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  • ...available. These tables should help you find what will work best for your mining. ! colspan='15' | mining devices (virtual)
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  • The '''Avalon Project''' produces [[ASIC]] miners. The project created by 张楠赓<sup><small><nowiki>[</nowiki>''t ...rd generation machine. named Avalon3. it is 2U size, using the newest 40nm ASIC, (7GHS/chip, 0.7Watt/G).
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  • Sells mining contracts in 1 Gigahash units. The service is offered by community member B The service is quoted to begin mining in May 2013<ref>[http://www.cloudhashing.com/about-us]</ref>. They plan to
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  • ...[https://www.bitcoinmining.com/best-bitcoin-cloud-mining-contract-reviews/ mining contracts] in 1, 0.5 or 0.2 Gigahash units. The service is quoted to begin mining in September 2013<ref>[http://www.minerlease.com/contracts/1year/]</ref>. T
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  • ...[https://www.bitcoinmining.com/best-bitcoin-cloud-mining-contract-reviews/ mining contracts] in 1 Gigahash units with Fixed & Indefinite contract types. The service is quoted to begin mining in September 2013<ref>[http://www.bitcoinfrenzy.com/pricing/]</ref>. They p
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  • '''KnCMiner''' is a Swedish mining hardware manufacturer. It's working on ASIC hardware. They also operate a mining pool. The [[coinbase]] signature for the pool is: "KnCMiner" <ref>[https://
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