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November 02, 2020, 04:36:15 PM
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I am learning a crypto and i have a question. How do i can learning it and level up?

A good way to learn crypto mining is to start with MASS. You can access documentation provided at there website to setup your mining software and wallet. This way you will get to many underlying details of crypto mining. You can then switch to other coins also.
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November 02, 2020, 06:35:19 PM
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Nowadays, it is not feasible to mine Bitcoin with your computer, and I do not recommend mining with your Laptop or Smartphone because they have little bit of computational processing and can heat up reducing the useful life of your hardware.
Currently, what is advantageous (depending on the amount of electricity you pay) is mining Ethereum or other altcoin using GPU's

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November 04, 2020, 01:46:36 PM
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I dont have the financial capacity to mine bitcoin. Is there anything I can mine profitably using my ordinary electronic gadgets like laptop, mobile and related stuff?
i think you can join airdrop and do bounty here, its alternative than you mine coin with ordinari laptop, doesnt worth it

or maybe you can learn mining stuff with your laptop and got more interst in crypto sphere

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November 07, 2020, 07:36:35 PM
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Nowadays, it is not feasible to mine Bitcoin with your computer, and I do not recommend mining with your Laptop or Smartphone because they have little bit of computational processing and can heat up reducing the useful life of your hardware.
Currently, what is advantageous (depending on the amount of electricity you pay) is mining Ethereum or other altcoin using GPU's

You can only mine coins that are not on exchanges on your laptops. Rest its very difficult to mine anything that is on exchnage and can be mined on your local hardware.
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November 09, 2020, 12:16:51 AM
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Some unique ones I have found are HAC as well as RNG Ring.
RNG is unique like Idena where you can play human puzzle games to earn a block, based on pipe dream right now.
Also you can hire dwarves to mine special blocks as well.
Overall I like it, it's not on an exchange and not sure on the community, but that's my 2 satoshi

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November 14, 2020, 04:40:13 PM
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Some unique ones I have found are HAC as well as RNG Ring.
RNG is unique like Idena where you can play human puzzle games to earn a block, based on pipe dream right now.
Also you can hire dwarves to mine special blocks as well.
Overall I like it, it's not on an exchange and not sure on the community, but that's my 2 satoshi

thanks for sharing this info.
As MASS investor and miner I would like to suggest MASS coin also for mining. Its easy to mine and you can do it easily on your Desktop PC/ Laptop
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November 24, 2020, 04:17:18 PM
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BTC is no more profitable on your ordinary devices but there are ways around. MASS is good option also but its complexity has gone up due to its good performance on exchanges. Anyone here who is mining MASS on there devices ?
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November 26, 2020, 12:14:51 PM
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Some unique ones I have found are HAC as well as RNG Ring.
RNG is unique like Idena where you can play human puzzle games to earn a block, based on pipe dream right now.
Also you can hire dwarves to mine special blocks as well.
Overall I like it, it's not on an exchange and not sure on the community, but that's my 2 satoshi

If its not in a exchange then what's your motivation for playing to mine? I mean how do you cash out? Or are there other in-game use created for it?

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November 27, 2020, 04:53:02 AM
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I dont have the financial capacity to mine bitcoin. Is there anything I can mine profitably using my ordinary electronic gadgets like laptop, mobile and related stuff?

This is 2020 man! 12 whole years since Satoshi launch, and 'mining' evolved few years ago already. It doesn't have to be POW or any if those other energy intensive efforts before its called mining. There are several other mining techniques that don't require serious overlay on hardware.

POS coins for example, only require you to hold a certain number of coins in your wallet and you're mining away.
And the world of crypto right now (even ETH) is going POS.


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November 28, 2020, 05:24:51 PM
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I dont have the financial capacity to mine bitcoin. Is there anything I can mine profitably using my ordinary electronic gadgets like laptop, mobile and related stuff?

This is 2020 man! 12 whole years since Satoshi launch, and 'mining' evolved few years ago already. It doesn't have to be POW or any if those other energy intensive efforts before its called mining. There are several other mining techniques that don't require serious overlay on hardware.

POS coins for example, only require you to hold a certain number of coins in your wallet and you're mining away.
And the world of crypto right now (even ETH) is going POS.



Thats correct, there are so many alternatives to PoS based coins. All we need is find it out. PoS and PoW are same way of climbing the same mountain, since they both require huge initial investment. PoC coins like MASS are in there initial stages and are profitable because of this reason.
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December 13, 2020, 05:30:31 PM
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I read on there twitter page that MASS consensus engine has reached 200 TPS. Theoretically MASS consensus engine can support 1000 parachain and the overall TPS can reach 200,000. Lets see how much it reach practically.
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December 14, 2020, 07:45:24 AM
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I read on there twitter page that MASS consensus engine has reached 200 TPS. Theoretically MASS consensus engine can support 1000 parachain and the overall TPS can reach 200,000. Lets see how much it reach practically.

OK, MASS. Not sure I've heard about that outside of here, can you direct me to any documentation about it?

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December 14, 2020, 07:56:19 AM
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I dont have the financial capacity to mine bitcoin. Is there anything I can mine profitably using my ordinary electronic gadgets like laptop, mobile and related stuff?
You need to focus on getting money first then, there is no way to mine and make good money without the right hardwares or equipments, you can learn trading, promote new projects through the forum and earn some money to buy miners later if truly you had a thing for mining, right now mining should be considered an hobby because they aren't as Profitable as before

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December 19, 2020, 06:56:36 PM
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I read on there twitter page that MASS consensus engine has reached 200 TPS. Theoretically MASS consensus engine can support 1000 parachain and the overall TPS can reach 200,000. Lets see how much it reach practically.

OK, MASS. Not sure I've heard about that outside of here, can you direct me to any documentation about it?

MASS has complete documentation about the project. Please refer to this link for more details https://docs.massnet.org/en/
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December 21, 2020, 06:03:51 PM
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I dont have the financial capacity to mine bitcoin. Is there anything I can mine profitably using my ordinary electronic gadgets like laptop, mobile and related stuff?
You need to focus on getting money first then, there is no way to mine and make good money without the right hardwares or equipments, you can learn trading, promote new projects through the forum and earn some money to buy miners later if truly you had a thing for mining, right now mining should be considered an hobby because they aren't as Profitable as before

In crypto or any other trading, money is secondary thing - primary is your mind. There are many coins you can mine without using any expensive hardware. All you need is to look around and it takes time and effort.
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December 21, 2020, 06:22:35 PM
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I dont have the financial capacity to mine bitcoin. Is there anything I can mine profitably using my ordinary electronic gadgets like laptop, mobile and related stuff?
Even if there is I doubt you will be able to make any good profits mining such project for hours or for the whole day, you can do research on using your hard disk to mine, there are some coins like that like BCHD or burst coin

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December 28, 2020, 04:55:40 PM
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I dont have the financial capacity to mine bitcoin. Is there anything I can mine profitably using my ordinary electronic gadgets like laptop, mobile and related stuff?
Even if there is I doubt you will be able to make any good profits mining such project for hours or for the whole day, you can do research on using your hard disk to mine, there are some coins like that like BCHD or burst coin

Too many mining enthusiastic are in the crypto sector and that why complexity of coins are going up every hour. Any coin that goes on exchnage (like MASS) and acquires some decent value, it immediately becomes  non-profitable for ordinary miners. So pick the right coin before it gets to exchnage.
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January 04, 2021, 04:54:43 PM
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With BTC crossing 30K$, its very hard for new comers to join the mining party. The only thing left for new comers is to search for alt coins that are easy to mine and have good value also. Going through this thread will defiantly give someone idea which coins are worthy to mine.
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January 14, 2021, 05:55:22 AM
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Anyone have any suggestions for Storage based mining?
Something like Storj or Sia or Burst?
They all have a few things I don't like, I loved Burst but the market share is soooo small.

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January 28, 2021, 06:28:15 PM
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Anyone have any suggestions for Storage based mining?
Something like Storj or Sia or Burst?
They all have a few things I don't like, I loved Burst but the market share is soooo small.

If you are looking to mine storage based token that has good value on exchanges also then MASS is for you. Its already on MXC, hotbit and now on huobi. Month back its was around 0.10$ to 0.30$ but now its around 0.90$ as it came back from 1.88$.
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