What is Ether. How are ethers created? The total supply of ether and its rate of issuance was decided by the donations gathered on the 2014 presale. The results were roughly: 60 million ether created to contributors of the presale12 Million (20% of the above) were created to the development fund, most of it going to early contributors and developers and the remaining to the Ethereum Foundation5 ethers are created every block (roughly 15-17 seconds) to the miner of the block2-3 ethers are sometimes sent to another miner if they were also able to find a solution but his block wasn't included (called uncle/aunt reward) Is the ether supply infinite?
One of the biggest problems I ran into when I was looking to start mining Bitcoin for investment and profit was most of the sites were written for the advanced user. I am not a professional coder, I have no experience with Ubuntu, Linux and minimal experience with Mac. So, this is for the individual or group that wants to get started the easy way. First thing you need to do is get a “Bitcoin Wallet”. Because Bitcoin is an internet based currency, you need a place to keep your Bitcoins. Now that you have a wallet and the client, you are probably roaring to go, but if you actually want to make Bitcoin (money), you probably need to join a pool. The pool that I’m involved in is called Slush’s Pool so I will be giving instructions on how to join there but feel free to look at other options.
If you are mining with an ASIC, please go to our Mining with ASICs page. Mac users should look into using Astroid StartBitcoin. P2Pool.org. BTC Guild - Bitcoin Mining Pool (97% PPLNS/92.5% PPS) Mining.bitcoin.cz. MacMiner. Basic Usage Warning: Bitcoin mining on CPU or GPU can damage your computer and puts a high strain on components used for mining.
Make sure you know what you're doing. I take no responsibility for any damage to your posessions. Installing smcfancontrol and revving up the fans is recommended, as is monitoring your temperatures. Setup MacMiner There are just a few basic essentials. 1. 2. 3. 4. GPU Miner - bfgminer backend (SHA256d and Scrypt) BFG Miner is based on CG Miner and they work in a very similar way. The miners for other Alt Coins are based on various modifications of cgminer 3.7.2 but work very similarly CPU Miner CPU Miner is designed for mining many Alt coins, and gives better speed than any other miner from the CPU.
FPGA/ASIC Miner FPGA/ASIC Miner is designed for FPGA and ASIC devices and unlike the other MacMiner windows gives a temperature reading.Block eruptors do not have a temperature sensor unfortunately, but BFL devices do. More help is available in each miner from the '? ' Litecoinpool.org. ¿Qué es Bitcoin? Una sencilla introducción - Introducción. Bitcoin Exchange, Namecoin Exchange, Litecoin Exchange, BTC Exchange. Nycmoma : domtasc, 1.45 Gkt9Nhr3Xk7Hg : I'm waiting for WSC - Wallet Stealer Coin with a trojan inside it's client to come along jonytk : yep, coins under 30 seconds can have people mining every few seconds half the time and half the time hopping to another coin, and at the same time keeping difficulty stable.: scam byobbbq : thesapien, i don't see why difficulty would have a limit, the block interval is what difficulty controls. and it's block time that they want to remain mostly constant raxhonp : Gox could stop at 125.
If it doesn't, it doesn't domtasc : Bedwinnjamin, why is that? Longshot : 101 dude nerdcustoms : Woot I want to see $100 BTC again whooper : Gkt9Nhr3Xk7Hg, I know that FTC was under attack .. with give-me-ftc.com we've orphaned more than 8 blocks of the attackers. Gkt9Nhr3Xk7Hg : ok cool nycmoma : get ready to buy ! Byobbbq : Gkt9Nhr3Xk7Hg, wow my bad, it is 2140 when btc stops mining MovingIron : what I think about UScoins: youtu.be/r_J4j1NbPLI longshot : thats not true. Bitcoin. Secure lightweight international Bitcoin wallet. Electrum Bitcoin Client. S kaufen, Bitcoin Kurs bei Bitcoin.de! Bitcoin Forum - Index. Guides. How to Buy Bitcoins - Bitstamp. First thing you need to do is transfer some money into your Bitstamp account.
In order to do this you must be logged in to your Bitstamp account, go to deposit section and select preferred method of transferring funds. You will be given a unique 11 digit reference code and our account information where your funds must go. Once we receive your deposit we will credit your account and then you can start purchasing bitcoins right away. Buying bitcoins is easy. You must go to trade section and place instant buy order which will automatically buy bitcoins at lowest price offered on the market.
Create an accountMake a deposit via SEPA, wire transfer or some other deposit methodOnce your funds arrive, go to buy/sell page and click buy bitcoins.