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February 12, 2017, 02:57:33 PM
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Today i will guide you how to earn in Atomic Coin via POS Mining without hard work. yes it is right you need to do only some setup than you can earn upto 8% every month in Atomic Coin POS Mining. Follow the below steps,


1: First of all you need a Hardware Wallet.

2: Download Atomic Coin Wallet. For Download Wallet click Here

3: After Download Run the Wallet and wait for completing Sync.

Note: if Wallet not start Sync Automatically you need to configuration the wallet Manually by adding nodes.

4: After Complete Sync set strong Password on Wallet.

5: After Password setting restart the wallet and Deposit Atomic Coin in Wallet.

6: After Adding Fund trun off Wallet for 24 Hours.

7: After 24 Hours open Wallet and Click on setting Than click on unlocked wallet and unlocked wallet for staking only.

8: You will Received upto 9% Staking Reward Every Month.


Earning Calculation in BTC and USD:


1: Person "A" invest 2 BTC When BTC Price is on $1000 USD at point 1000 Satoshi and buy 2 lac Atomic Coin.

2: He setup Atomic Coin Pos Mining.

3: After setup he closed RDP for one month.

4: he open RDP After one month and transfer his 9% Staking reward 18,000 coin in Exchange and sell them.

5: if we considered he sell at 1000 Satoshi on which point he buy than he received 0.18 BTC and BTC convert in USD at Price $1000/BTC so he received $180 after a month on 2000 USD investment.

4: its not a Perfect calculation because you get more profit to this if price of Coin is above on 1000 Satoshi after a month.



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February 12, 2017, 03:45:47 PM
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When/where were the POW coins mined?

This sounds kind of like what I might call a "ponzi" coin.
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February 12, 2017, 03:58:57 PM
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i think you are new in crypto so please take lessons in google about crypto than joi forums.

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February 12, 2017, 04:05:49 PM
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POS is Proof of State - new coins are minted by the network and distributed between wallets which are holding coins depending on a number of factors(this is not a good explanation at all)

POW is Proof of Work - returning a given hash (string) which fits the requirement set by the network to mint new coins

Mining is POW not POS...

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February 12, 2017, 04:12:11 PM
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POS is Proof of State - new coins are minted by the network and distributed between wallets which are holding coins depending on a number of factors(this is not a good explanation at all)

POW is Proof of Work - returning a given hash (string) which fits the requirement set by the network to mint new coins

Mining is POW not POS...


POS Generated coin also called mined coin so we call it POS mining below is screenshot of POS mining wallet you can see it and learn crypto first Smiley



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February 12, 2017, 04:51:31 PM
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When/where were the POW coins mined?

This sounds kind of like what I might call a "ponzi" coin.

OK, so maybe I was wrong about this....

if I wanted to set up a vultr instance would it need to be a windows one? a linux one would be cheaper but how hard will it be to operate a POS wallet via a vultr linux instance?
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February 12, 2017, 05:06:45 PM
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When/where were the POW coins mined?

This sounds kind of like what I might call a "ponzi" coin.

OK, so maybe I was wrong about this....

if I wanted to set up a vultr instance would it need to be a windows one? a linux one would be cheaper but how hard will it be to operate a POS wallet via a vultr linux instance?

Please Read all post clearly i mention every thing and also mention a note in end of post Please read it.

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February 13, 2017, 10:13:59 AM
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When/where were the POW coins mined?

This sounds kind of like what I might call a "ponzi" coin.

OK, so maybe I was wrong about this....

if I wanted to set up a vultr instance would it need to be a windows one? a linux one would be cheaper but how hard will it be to operate a POS wallet via a vultr linux instance?

Please Read all post clearly i mention every thing and also mention a note in end of post Please read it.

I did read it. I currently have some Atomic coins in a staked wallet on my home Windows 10 machine. I would like to use a VPS like VULTR so the wallet is always open, but if I look at their prices, it is very expensive to run a Windows Server instance. I tried an Ubuntu instance but that was terminal only as far as I could see and my linux skills aren't very good.

I have never "mined" a POS coin before so I don't really understand very well. Must the wallet be ALWAYS on? I think I have asked you the same question in another thread....
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February 13, 2017, 10:43:38 AM
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I did read it. I currently have some Atomic coins in a staked wallet on my home Windows 10 machine. I would like to use a VPS like VULTR so the wallet is always open, but if I look at their prices, it is very expensive to run a Windows Server instance. I tried an Ubuntu instance but that was terminal only as far as I could see and my linux skills aren't very good.

I have never "mined" a POS coin before so I don't really understand very well. Must the wallet be ALWAYS on? I think I have asked you the same question in another thread....


if you want to stake in linux than you must be have good ability in linux using because when you buy vultr linux os you need to setup it completely manauly linke vnc installation ubuntu desktop installation etc.

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