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I plan on mining, but I don't know how intensive it will be as I have never mined before. I wonder if a raspberry pi would be enough or if huge resources would be needed.
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@sprocket314 I'm kinda in the same boat as you - I've never mined before and don't know what kind of power it would take for me to get into the mining aspect, but I'm very much intrigued by the game and want to learn.
- Folks with basic IT skills should be able to follow our FAQ and set up a mining node.
- Expensive/complicated hardware should not be a prerequisite to mine.
Still, it will probably require some comfort with command-line similar to Bitcoin or Ethereum. But, we hope the community (if not us) will help new miners get up and running.
Mining on a Raspberry Pi certainly could be possible if we build a Linux client. This raises a question for @patrick: Could a user or a group of users dominate the mining pool with a bunch of Raspberry Pis or via a bunch of cloud nodes?
@cryptogogue_scott Timely question. Anyone watch the season finale of Silicon Valley? I think the real challenge in protocol design is mining account distribution. I'll share our thinking on that in the near future. For now I'll say that there will be a mechanism in place to deal with that very scenario.
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is the mining algorythm is known ?
Hi, @tweetch. The consensus algorithm is a new configuration of existing primitives. We'll be sharing some information about it soon. Are you mining any currencies now?
tweetch last edited by tweetch
hi. i'm mining ETH, ETN, GRFT and XMR (mainly cryptonight algo).
hope you chose an asicproof algorythm ;o)
While I'm enjoying playing Volition I wonder about how tech side of the project is going:) As I remember there will be a possibility to set up mining node on a virtual machine and try mining in a sandbox, just to test it:) Share your progress guys:) I bet more people would be interested in that:)
@dragon Sorry for the radio silence. I've been heads down coding. Making good progress, though a little ways out. Watch this spot.
@tweetch We'll be announcing some interesting stuff on the tech front (including the algorithm) soon. No ASICs required.
@patrick anny news about mining?