5.1.4. Creating smart contracts

Install a private Ethereum blockchain and create smart contracts with the Solidity language[1]. Ethereum is more than a cryptocurrency, it is a platform for developing…

5.1.3. Minting

Set up a blockchain node, buy the required amount of cryptocurrencies and start minting! Minting is different from mining in many ways. What sets minting…

5.1.2. Renting your spare hard disk

You can set up external Hard Disk and rent your free HD space by using the Storj[1] or Sia[2] blockchain platforms. You can learn: how to create…

5.1.1. Setting up a full node

You can set up a blockchain node[1]. Apart from been productive and contributing to the greater good of the blockchain, you will have a safe…

4.4.2 How to mine TurtleCoin

Moving on to something even easier to mine, the TurtleCoin! TurtleCoin’s code is forked from Bytecoin’s code, including same privacy features you can find in…

4.4.1 How to mine MagiCoin

It’s time to move on to an easier to mine cryptocurrency: the MagiCoin! You will begin mining MagiCoin by using the m-CPUMiner and the pom.m-hash.com mining pool.…

4.4. More CPU-friendly algorithms

The next two chapters involve the use of the m7mhash and CryptoNight-Lite algorithms, both of which are ASIC-resistant and CPU-friendly.

4.3.2 How to mine ByteCoin

You will continue to mine ByteCoin by using the XMRig miner and the us.bytecoin-pool.org mining pool. Before proceeding, please make sure that you have already…

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