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Cryptocurrency – the people’s currency – has a lot of fun uses. We cover at least three fun uses for cryptocurrency in this article. Earn One fun use for cryptocurrency is to get involved in crypto mining – the process where computing power is used to help...

Cryptocurrency mining can be a fun and educational experience. Here are tips to improve your cryptocurrency mining experience, regardless of whether you are a beginner or experienced miner. Advice for Beginners If you are a beginner and new to cryptocurrency mining, then you’re in luck. You’ve come to the right...

Chances are, if you’re not already involved in the crypto community, you’re curious about it. After all, cryptocurrency is regularly in the news. Whether it’s a report about the rise and fall of bitcoin’s value, or the latest regulatory ruling, people are always talking about crypto. So...

If you only remember 3 things about cryptocurrency in your life, then might want to make a mental note of these three things: Levels the Playing Field, Personal Responsibility, and Education. Levels the Playing Field You might wonder: What is the main purpose of cryptocurrency? Is it the potential to...

Cryptocurrencies represent a unique form of currency, or money. A cryptocurrency, or a coin, is a decentralized form of currency that has no central authority which can manipulate the currency, influence its supply, or alter its interest rates. As opposed to a fiat currency issued, or minted, by...

It is important to understand the power of your graphics processing unit or simply GPU or graphics card. You might be surprised to learn from this article that its power stretches far beyond the obvious. We all know that the better your graphics card — or normally the...

If you’re new to the cryptocurrency community, you may have some questions about crypto coins. First and foremost among them is likely “What are crypto coins used for?” After all, it’s not like most stores are accepting bitcoin to pay for your groceries! The truth is...

There’s really no excuse not to be mining cryptocurrency. As long as you have a home computer made in recent years, you have the GPU and CPU power to be part of a mining pool. If you still need convincing, here’s a few reasons why...

Following the advent of Bitcoin in January 2009, many were interested in the idea of the decentralization of a currency, as well as an economy model that is independent of government regulation. As such, in those early days, Bitcoin enthusiasts decided to mine the currency...

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