Mining refers to computationally intensive work that requires a lot of computer processing power and time. In the mining process, the miner is an investor that provides energy, computer space, and time for sorting through blocks. They submit their solutions to the issuers when the mining process hits the right hash. Miners get rewards which are portions of the transactions for taking part in the mining process. Miners in cryptocurrencies are responsible for increasing the circulation of a particular cryptocurrency in the market. Every cryptocurrency has an upper limit of the number of coins that can be mined. So as blocks are developed, rewards are reduced. The Etho Protocol currency policy can be found here:
Etho Protocol is very similar to mining Ethereum. Etho Protocol is using ETHASH and you require a a GPU with 6GB or more memory. If You want to setup your own mining rig, we have great documentation to get you going.
Unless you have a very powerful mining rig, you'll want to take advantage of mining in a pool.
Our Mining Team
Developer & pool owner
Magnus has been running mining operations and runs a pool himself. So he is obviously an expert in this area.
George is big in node deployments, but has been working in all areas and supports the community
Also Pistol has a past in mining and pools and has been supporting the community in various projects