BitCoin Group Cloud Mining 101

So you want to get into mining and your new. If your super new, like you just found out there is a funny word you heard called Bitcoin, then head over to this page for some basic info about Bitcoin & crypto-Currencies for beginners. If this is not you then read on below.

So mining, you pretty much use your computers power from the central processing unit and its energy to go thru hash codes which contain hidden bitcoin codes. You “mine” the codes and are awarded satoshi (bTC) for your computers work. The better the device or computer, the more cpu usage you can spare. Also remember not to over do it and let your computer have a break in between 30 minute cycles to keep your computer from heating up high.

So how can you get started with mining? A cool and free one we found was via faucethub, so you need a free account to link to your preexisting wallet for your payouts. You can start by clicking this link and begin mining. When you mine using this site the peak hours offer the best results, because you are group mining , often 2000 to 6000 people are mining the same code and you share rewards. Below is how a typical mining session screen will look using this mining program.

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You can log in with multiple devices at the same time and increase your hash per second rate and increase your accepted hashes for more satoshi. We tested 3 devices at the same time, a cell phone, a tablet, and a computer. We enjoyed the results. Start mining now.

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To get started with mining for free bitcoin satoshi now, click here. 

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