Everything you need to know about Bitcoin mining

02-05 23:33 - 'Bitcoin miner (BTC/BCH) written completely in Javascript/NodeJS (for educational purposes) so that any javascript programmer can quickly understand how a bitcoin miner work by just looking at this repo's s...' (github.com) by /u/guerrerocarlos removed from /r/Bitcoin within 625-635min

Bitcoin miner (BTC/BCH) written completely in Javascript/NodeJS (for educational purposes) so that any javascript programmer can quickly understand how a bitcoin miner work by just looking at this repo's source code.
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Bitcoin miner (BTC/BCH) written completely in Javascript/NodeJS (for educational purposes) so that any javascript programmer can quickly understand how a bitcoin miner work by just looking at this repo's source code.

Bitcoin miner (BTC/BCH) written completely in Javascript/NodeJS (for educational purposes) so that any javascript programmer can quickly understand how a bitcoin miner work by just looking at this repo's source code. submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

Bitcoin Cash hashrate is at all time high. Miners are putting ideology before profit mining BCH at a relative loss to BTC. Does not matter what side you are rooting for: This is _exactly_ how its intended to work, and its beautiful!

Bitcoin Cash hashrate is at all time high. Miners are putting ideology before profit mining BCH at a relative loss to BTC. Does not matter what side you are rooting for: This is _exactly_ how its intended to work, and its beautiful! submitted by nagdude to btc [link] [comments]

What is a bitcoin miner and how do they work?

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Incremental Clicker App that makes money as long as the World desires EASY money

Users (Installer) of Blye·Bucks™: Bitcoin Miner understands that bitcoin (points) are theoretical physical currency. Blye·Bucks™ bitcoin (points) work on Community driven Blockchain Networking.
Transactions of Blye·Bucks™ for Services or Goods (Global Currency, Blye·Bucks™, Essential services, ect..) are instant, trusted and between user to user interfaces. All Blye·Bucks™ transaction information are recorded, viewable, and influnced solely by Blye·Bucks™ Bitcoin Miners (use installer) on an Open Source Bitcoin protocal Ledger.

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These are loosely a brief outline summery to an app game I've designed. Set to emulate/replicate a bitcoin miner, simplistically disguised as clicker mobile game. The app Blye·Bucks™ would standalone in the app marketplace i feel among a niche market across the board of Financial, Casual, & payment subsets. I'm looking for an individual/team to look at my designs attached and help me with front and back end programming. I state team fully understanding that one can't know everything and many hands make light work. I post my work and designs here in hopes that anyone that wants to be financially free wants the same for others that present the guide to get there. As compensation I'd be willing offer 10-25% of all ad revenue depending on the individual(s) brought on.
"We'd accumulate a community driven by desire to create wealth" a thought I had while incepting this "game". When thinking of how a bitcoin miner works loosely: User owns a machine>machine calculations>generates code>code viewed as currency>User owns code-currency>code-currency is transferable for traditional currency. I devised the game upon similar guide lines: Users a device with app>users generate points through simple click or push function>points generated by community base are given value by prices set through community input>points are sold for traditional currency.

Please reply below with any confusion of my demo guides attached.

Thank you for your time and if you can aid thank you as well

Blye·Bucks™ Bitcoin Miners Demo Here
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06-12 11:54 - 'Seems like a lot of what you said just isn’t how it works / Edit: the number of mining devices shouldn’t be affected and if anything there would be fewer miners running / being sold if the profitability drops from the reward...' by /u/butterball6 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 1-11min

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Seems like a lot of what you said just isn’t how it works
Edit: the number of mining devices shouldn’t be affected and if anything there would be fewer miners running/ being sold if the profitability drops from the reward having. Electricity costs also stay the same. Profitability drops for all mining operations by the same proportion and if the price of bitcoin doubled at the same time then profitability would match what it was before the halving and everything would be basically the same in terms of mining.
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"As the block reward runs out, either transaction fees subsidize miners, or the chain dies. That is how bitcoin is *supposed* to work. But we learned this week that anything goes to protect a chain. Expect 21 million coins to be thrown out the window in the name of security."

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A quick video on how bitcoin mining works and what miners are

A quick video on how bitcoin mining works and what miners are submitted by cryptoallbot to cryptoall [link] [comments]

WARNING: Andy Android emulator (AndyOS, Andyroid) drops a bitcoin miner on your system (x-post /r/emulators)...I'm not sure that's how that works...

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A quick video on how bitcoin mining works and what miners are

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If there's a supposed "max" amount of Bitcoin, how will miners work when that max is reached?

I was reading that 21 million is "the max" amount. What will happen if your miner is running and that max is hit? Sorry, still kind of a newb here and wondering.
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WARNING: Andy Android emulator (AndyOS, Andyroid) drops a bitcoin miner on your system (x-post /r/emulators)...I'm not sure that's how that works...

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01-01 23:32 - 'This surprises me from Mark Carney, he's a lot of things but most definitely is also is a very smart guy. I just don't get how a national crypto could even begin to work unless it allows for money creation by miners! If it cent...' by /u/bell2366 removed from /r/Bitcoin within 4-14min

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This surprises me from Mark Carney, he's a lot of things but most definitely is also is a very smart guy. I just don't get how a national crypto could even begin to work unless it allows for money creation by miners! If it centralises it's not crypto (may aswell use ripple!), and to decentralise there has to be an incentive to mine.
Is it possible the central bank is seriously considering moving money creation away from banks to the new miners? Mark doesn't strike me as being that radical a thinker.
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[uncensored-r/Bitcoin] How branches are created in block chain? If a fraud miner , luckily gets proof of work prior to o...

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How branches are created in block chain? If a fraud miner , luckily gets proof of work prior to others and broadcasts it , then what happens to correct block. Does every miner starts at same time with same set of transactions every 10 minutes? /r/Bitcoin

How branches are created in block chain? If a fraud miner , luckily gets proof of work prior to others and broadcasts it , then what happens to correct block. Does every miner starts at same time with same set of transactions every 10 minutes? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

If there's a supposed "max" amount of Bitcoin, how will miners work when that max is reached? /r/btc

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Best place to buy a used asic miner? And How does a tor node work and should I do that instead? /r/Bitcoin

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05-29 01:52 - 'Those few big miners have a strong economic incentive for bitcoin to succeed...that's a pillar of how bitcoin works. But in any case, good luck to you. Without an economic majority, which it does not appear you have (despite this ce...' by /u/Cmoz removed from /r/Bitcoin within 0-8min

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Those few big miners have a strong economic incentive for bitcoin to succeed...that's a pillar of how bitcoin works. But in any case, good luck to you. Without an economic majority, which it does not appear you have (despite this censored echo chamber of a subreddit), you're doomed to failure. I'll be ready to dump my UASF coins.
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/u/Koooooj Gives a wonderfully informative explanation of how Bitcoin works, and what Bitcoin miners do.

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12-09 11:32 - 'And you clearly don't know shit about how LN monitoring works. I got news for you dipshit, it's not done via your full node or by miners. You have to do it yourself or hire a service to do it for you.' by /u/H0dlr removed from /r/Bitcoin within 38-43min

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And you clearly don't know shit about how LN monitoring works. I got news for you dipshit, it's not done via your full node or by miners. You have to do it yourself or hire a service to do it for you.
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ELI5: What is a "Bitcoin Miner?" How do they work and how do they end up bundled in programs like uTorrent?

After hearing that uTorrent has a bitcoin miner in it and playing Bitcoin Billionare I was wondering what exactly a "Bitcoin Miner" is and how they work. Mind you, I don't really even understand what bitcoins are, but I understand enough about them.
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How does the math work that a miner only needs to hold 25% of mining power to make block withholding a profitable strategy? /r/Bitcoin

How does the math work that a miner only needs to hold 25% of mining power to make block withholding a profitable strategy? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAll to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

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David Grossman enters a cryptocurrency maze to find out how powerful computers mine digital currencies such as Bitcoin. Newsnight is the BBC's flagship news ... Now that the price of Bitcoin has skyrocketed once again, many people will be looking to get involved. One possible way is through Bitcoin mining. There are ... We are miners from 2013 looking to create community and help train and learn together as blockchain tech changes so quickly. Leave your thoughts in the comme... If money is only valuable when we believe in it, how much is a BitCoin actually worth? Jonathan explains the virtual currency as well as how to mine it and t... KnC Miner sells machines that help the Bitcoin network work. The reward, if a miner is lucky, is a cut of the digital money. Subscribe to FORBES: https://www...

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