I have been following Croat for a long time now and have been impressed by how fast the coin has moved and the quality of software that they have put out.
I created a quick guide on Croat awhile back if you want to get a quick look at it. Since that guide a few more cool things have happened that I thought I would highlight. Continue reading “Croat – The Little Political Cryptocurrency Coin That Could”
My main desktop is a AMD Threadripper 1950x and a Vega 64 so when I am not using it for gaming or for work I want it to be mining coins. The problem is that sometimes I forget to start XMRStak after a long day of work or late night gaming. This means missed coins and that makes me unhappy.
So I decided to do some research and setup XMRStak so that after a set amount of idle time, XMRStak would fire up and start working for me all on its own. Continue reading “How To Start XMRStak When Your Computer Is Idle on Windows 10”
Before you consider getting into the cryptocurrency market, you should familiarize yourself with the method of evaluating an asset’s intrinsic value. Fundamental analysis is a necessary precursor to investing for any intelligent and responsible individual. Before buying an alt-coin with a comparatively small market cap but significant perceived and potential value, you must do your homework. Continue reading “7 Promising Altcoins You Should Consider in 2018”
Robinhood has announced that they will allow zero fee Bitcoin and Ethereum (more coins to be added later) trading with the Robinhood app. Robinhood is a very popular stock trading app that allows zero fee stock trading and instant funding of your Robinhood account for up to $1,000.
While it is always nice to see a company like Robinhood offer easy access to Cryptocurrencies, this move comes with some red flags. Continue reading “Robinhood Cryptocurrency Support Raises Concerns”
The latest update from Sarang Noether is out and its full of interesting information on Bulletproofs, Multisig and discusses whether or not zk-SNARKs would benefit Monero. Read the entire post below or at the Monero forums. Continue reading “Sarang Noether Provides Decemeber Update On Monero”
Buying Monero isn’t quite as simple as buying Bitcoin, Litecoin or Ethereum but it isn’t complicated either. This article will be a quick guide on buying your first Monero. The way described below may not be the cheapest way but it will be the simplest way to currently go from your fiat currency to Monero if you have access to CoinBase. Continue reading “How To Buy Monero”
After a 14 day auction, Monero.how has sold for a whopping $43,600. The site is a gold mine of information for people who are just getting started with Monero. There was concern within the Monero subreddit that a malicious owner could get ahold of the site and do some damage. It remains to be seen how the site will transform now. Continue reading “Monero.how Sells For $43,600”
When I first started mining I spent hours looking for the most optimal configuration files for xmr-stak-amd and xmr-stak-nvidia. It would have been nice to have a bit of a community built solely around sharing configuration examples.
Today I have launched XMRStak.com with the hopes that it will help others save time when trying to get the most out of their video cards. Continue reading “XMRStak.com Allows You To Share and Find Configuration Examples”
Edit: This article is now outdated. Please use this article instead: Guide To Mining Monero On Windows 10.
Mining Monero with xmr-stak-amd is pretty straightforward. It is one of the best miners as it is very customizable. This guide will walk you through setting up xmr-stak-amd for your AMD video card or cards. Continue reading “Monero Mining With xmr-stak-amd on Windows 10”
This article will take a look at mining Monero with xmr-stak-nvidia. This article assumes that you have successfully installed your Nvidia drivers and Cuda. Continue reading “Monero Mining with xmr-stak-nvidia on Centos 7”