One heated topic in various discussions related to our partnership with the RaveOS recently has been related to ping. Here’s a couple of words we’d like to clarify about this and its importance for the miners and the pool. Us at 2Miners are obsessed about the stability and performance of our services. This could be good or could be not so good, but that is just the way we are. We are actively working with the hashrate providers such as Nicehash as well as with our individual miners in order to support and offer the best we can do.
RaveOS is a Linux based operating system that you can install on your PC in a few clicks to manage mining processes much more easily than on standard Linux or Windows. The platform strives to maximize your rig hash rate and ensure stability with less power consumption. Starting from February 1, 2021, RaveOS is completely free for 2Miners users.
Mining requires a lot of your attention. You should know how to choose the most profitable coin, as well as monitor such parameters as current hash rate and potential mining software reboot. RaveOS makes your life easier and helps increase your profit from cryptocurrencies. RaveOS features an intuitive dashboard that boosts efficiency and lowers downtime and energy consumption. Plus, the system is free for mining in 2Miners pools, starting from February 1st. Let’s get into it.
Ethereum price reached an all-time high the other day surpassing the previous record of $1,420. In the meantime, Bitcoin not only hit a new record, but doubled the previous one in the first half of January. This led to the growing popularity of ETH mining, and so higher demand resulted in higher supply. Innosilicon released its new flagship ASIC. Let’s get into it.
Cryptocurrency mining is a lucrative business. Confessions of a Miner show you how with initial capital and strategy mining equipment alone can be worth tens of thousands of dollars. If you are just starting out, we’ve got you covered. This article is about mining basics, overclocking, and useful tips and tricks.
Unfortunately, we were experiencing issues with submitting GRIN payments to the users of HotBit exchange. Let us briefly explain what is the problem and how it can be potentially fixed, although we have no power to do so (it is entirely in HotBit’s hands).