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Hardware news of July

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Hardware news of July

Hardware is an inherent part of cryptocurrency mining – the stronger system specifications you have, the higher your hashrate and therefore chances for block solving are. That’s why it so important for both solo and pool-involved miners to check out the latest hardware news – both ASICs and CPU/GPU.

5 GPU’s for cryptocurrency mining in 2018

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2018 is the year of disillusionment and understanding for all those new to cryptocurrency. There is a lot to love in this new financial paradigm. We have finally learned to use this new shared monetary system and far from leaving it, we are in fact adopting it rapidly. It is only a matter of time […]

An Efficient Ethereum Mining Guide for Newbies

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Ethereum, the world’s second-biggest cryptocurrency by market capital, exhibited massive growth in 2017, as its price increased by more than 12,000%, rising from $7 in January 2017 to around $860 towards the end of 2017. Interestingly enough, cryptocurrency enthusiasts and technical analysts believe that Ethereum has the potential to grow even more than $1350 in 2018. As such, Ethereum would be a […]

Top graphics cards for GPU mining

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Mining is still one of the easiest ways to get cryptocurrencies, although the difficulty is constantly increasing. If you’re new to this area, it’s worth mentioning that mining has evolved a lot since it was first announced in the Bitcoin white paper. Mining is the process by which a computer solves a complicated mathematical problem […]

Ethereum mining guide

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Ethereum is one of the most popular cryptocurrencies in the world. People who became acknowledged with it often embrace the idea of earning Ethers through mining. This guide is to help you to join miners community from scratch. You’ll learn how to earn Ethers in the most simple way with MinerGate. 

MinerGate GUI miner v.6.1 – ETH mining on AMD cards

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Version 6.1 of our GUI miner is released. New functionality has been added for AMD cards: now you can mine Ethereum if your card supports OpenCL 1.1 or later and all the CryptoNote coins with OpenCL starting from 1.2. Check all the improvements we’ve made in this post!