August 15 2010 bitcoin mining
Posted On 20.05.1966
A few of such were placed in a garage inside of a garage complex august 15 2010 bitcoin mining seems like the load was to high for the wiring so all this got into flames and caused the garage to completely burn down their garage and nearby garages together with the cars in them. 3000 dollars which adds up to causing losses to neighbors by burning down their cars. China has these by the thousands, bitcoin is so crazy.
What will it end up doing to us? Already each day its up thousands the next day its down by thousands. Want to mine Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies? Then you’ll need the right combination of hardware and software. We’ll deal with the hardware end of the business in another article, so the software end will be the subject of this post. There are dozens of mining software, but very few Linux distributions that ship with the ones you’ll most likely need for you cryptocurrency mining operation.
In my search for such Linux distributions, I only managed to find a few. And among those few, only a couple could be considered very good. Unlike your standard Linux distribution, though, they are not free. Keep in mind that I’ve not used any of these distributions, though I’ll start using one of them tomorrow.
PiMP seems to be the best Linux distribution I found that’s designed for mining. 00, with an installation image that’s almost 4. I just bought and downloaded this yesterday, so I’ll be writing a little bit more about it in the coming weeks. It’s, however, not designed for mining Bitcoin, only Ethereum, Zcash, Monero, and other GPU-minable altcoins.
It is also limited to mining with AMD GPUs. More information is available at the project’s home page. Like PiMP, this also is not free. This is definitely a post that I’ll keep updating as I find more information, so keep changing back or follow this site on Twitter.