How to start Crypto Mining / Mining Beginnings – is it worth it? Cryptocurrency / GPU mining

How to start Crypto Mining / Mining Beginnings - is it worth it? Cryptocurrency / gpumining

Do you want to start Crypto Mining Beginnings but aren’t familiar with cryptocurrencies? Then you’ll appreciate our comprehensive beginner’s guide, which will show you how to mine Bitcoin step by step. Read our article Bitcoin mining in theory: What is the Philosophy of Mining? if you want to learn more about the concepts behind mining and how Bitcoin mining functions.

 1. Get a Bitcoin mining rig

You’ll need a mining rig to get started to Crypto Mining Beginnings in the first place. While miners in the early days of Bitcoin used ordinary home computers and later graphics cards, you would not be able to obtain Bitcoin using these devices today (or more precisely you may gain something, but it will be a really small amount in a very long period of time).

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How Bitcoin Is Mined?

Bitcoins are now mined using specialised hardware designed specifically for mining Bitcoins or other currencies using the same algorithm. It’s known as ASIC (Application-Specific Integrated Circuit chips), and it requires less energy when mining Bitcoins. This system is costly and time-consuming to manufacture, but its speed is incredible. The most powerful machines can solve up to 14 terahashes per second (which translates to 1012 attempts to solve a block per second), and their progress is ongoing.

What factors do you consider when purchasing an ASIC mining rig?


If you’re thinking about getting into mining, pay attention to the following factors when making your decision: output (hash rate), electric power usage, and price. The hash rate indicates how many attempts per second the computer will make to solve a cube. We suggest that you read through the reviews of different miners and then pick the one that appears to be the most beneficial to you. Focus on the overall proportion of price, efficiency, and consumption rather than just the price. To put it another way, the best miner is the most effective. . You will find motivation on the website Asic Miner Value, which provides comprehensive information about new miners.

Keep in mind that getting these devices these days can be extremely difficult due to high demand. It also has an effect on the cost of these products, which can range from hundreds to thousands of dollars.

Get yourself a Bitcoin wallet.

Setting up a Bitcoin wallet is the next critical move. You’ll get your Bitcoins there, and you’ll be able to exploit them there. You can use Bitcoin wallets to keep track of your Bitcoin addresses (Bitcoins themselves are technically stored in the Blockchain).

Bitcoin address has a public key and a private key that match. The public key is made up of a special combination of characters that looks something like this: 18ukxpD1eqnVjux13ehEz8r4d8py1dSdzw 18ukxpD1eqnVjux13ehEz8r4d8py1dSdzw. It functions similarly to a bank account number, in that if you want to obtain Bitcoins from others, you must provide them with your public key. Every bitcoin address is public, and every transaction that has passed through it can be tracked. The private key, on the other hand, is kept private and is used to send transactions. If you lose your private key, you will lose all Bitcoins kept at this address for the rest of your life.

What is the right wallet for a beginner?

A software wallet is the best choice for new miners. It’s safe but still simple to use, and it’s well-suited to regular exploitation with mined currency. You can quickly download a wallet to your phone, which will keep your coins safe and secure. There are two types of software wallets: full wallets that download the entire Blockchain and light-weight wallets that store only the transactions that are important. The first choice takes up a lot of hard drive space and memory, but it is much better. The light-weight version, on the other hand, is linked to a third-party Blockchain that you can’t completely control.

Ledger Nano X - The secure hardware wallet


  1. Servus, bin der Steven aus dem 2ten Wiener Bezirk… bin zur Zeit in Thailand wo man eventl besseren zugang zum Asiatischen Markt hat. Hab zur Zeit einen MSI RTX2060 gaming laptop… ich nimm an der wird nicht viel minen koennen; er wird bei einem VR spiel oder gar zu vielen tradingview tabs schon sehr heiss lol… gibts da andere loesungen fuer Leute die mobil bleiben muessen?

  2. So I do programming and want to go straight to the more advanced software solutions. What do I do? Anything downloadable or do I have to code it my self (which I don't know how to do)?

    Great video btw 😄

  3. I mine Pi Coin on my smartphone (Pi Network app available for Android and iOS) because they seem legit and claim to be the first coin that may only be mined exclusively with a phone. You do not need powerful hardware to mine, only time connected to the internet, so anyone with a phone may mine. They are currently releasing coins while in the beta phase of 1 year. One can accumulate coins fast right now (I've mined close to 40 in 24 hours), but you need an invite code to join the program, you may use mine: cpalaniuk

  4. Watching Sha256, and Scrypt mining becoming more centralized I for one am glad for what Monero, Vertcoin, and Digibyte are doing for the home miner.. Litecoincash had a somewhat revolutionary idea and proves to be more than proof of stake as you could loose it all if you don't know what you are doing Hive Mining.. I hope Monero sets the trend for most new cryptos as Loki has adopted randomX and it work exceedingly well..

  5. Nice Vid I started off buying a single tube innosilicon a4 136mh/s scrypt miner for $400 at the time mostly paid in LTC. needless to say I got scammed as the prices came down after the 2017 runup. Looking forward to Monero switch to RandomX as bitmain will release its 3nm chips to the pubilc right before the bitcoin halving of May 2020.. That company already has the 5nm up and running which is why most miners of sha256 are making a marginal profit..

  6. Hello Cursed man thank you for the learning video. You are right. Starting out small and working your way up is the best way to go. Unlike me i through everything into it at once and starting to feel like i did to much from the start. But if you are wanting to start a mining farm and got the money i guess they say Take the risk right. Anyhow great video I can't wait into the next one.

  7. Cursed Mining, nice video. I agreed with you. Start with gaming pc, workstation or anything that we already have. Then learn what is the best miner to use, how to bios mod, undervolt, overclock and proceed from there. Personally i don't have farm. All my small rigs have mix of gpu ( rx560, rx570, rx580, 1060, 1660 etc etc ). I don't really care about profit. For hobby.

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