Category: CRYPTOCURRENCY MINERS

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Dynex (DNX): Project overview, wallet and miner guide

Dynex is a next-generation neuromorphic computing platform based on a revolutionary flexible blockchain protocol. It consists of participating PoUW miners that make up a decentralized neuromorphic supercomputer network capable of computing at unprecedented speed and efficiency, even exceeding quantum computing. By turning traditional inefficient computers into neuromorphic chips, we can finally make new discoveries. Dynex's own proof of usefulness (PoUW)
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What is Masary (MSR)?

Masari is a simple, secure and extensible cryptocurrency. Based on CryptoNote technology, Masari is a decentralized cryptocurrency derived from Monero source. Using a distributed peer-to-peer consistent network, all transactions are secure. Masari uses the Proof of Work consensus method with the CryptoNight Fast (CN-Fast) algorithm. The new version of Masari's CN method is ASIC resistant but not yet supported by NiceHash.
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How to evaluate video card performance and mining potential

The cost of graphics processing units (GPUs) has risen significantly as a result of the semiconductor shortage caused by the 2020-2021 pandemic. Videocards are increasingly purchased by miners on the secondary market. Used GPUs are 30-50% cheaper than brand new ones. However, there is a chance of getting a faulty gadget that has almost used up all its resources. For this reason, you must learn how to evaluate the mining and performance of a video card. A processor that you buy on your own without first evaluating it can cost you money. The card goes through a thorough testing process that includes verification, document analysis, BIOS firmware analysis, and stress testing using specialized software.
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Setting up and choosing a video card for mining

Users are experiencing problems with configuring the GPU when mining cryptocurrencies. To configure video cards, software specially designed for mining is used. You have to connect many applications at the same time if the GPU farm consists of GPUs from different manufacturers (GIGABYTE Xtreme, AORUS Graphics Engine, AMD OverDrive, WattTool and others). As a result, MSI Afterburner is a widely used software among miners. The software allows you to set basic GPU settings.