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10 steps to implement and deploy your Bitcoin
1. Setup bitcoin mining pool accounts
Assuming you are not solo mining, you will need to create account with
1 or more bitcoin mining pools. Discussed in section 12.
2. Find a location for your bitcoin miners
You will need to find a good place that you can keep your bitcoin
mining rigs. Somewhere they will not be bothered. No kids, pets,
weather, or other interferences.
3. Ensure location quality / resources (Internet, power, cooling)
You will need to ensure that wherever you keep you bitcoin mining rigs
you have: An internet connection, enough power, and a suitable
operating temperature with enough airflow. Discussed in section 6,
7, and 8.
4. Asses your budget
Determine how much money you have, and want to invest in bitcoin
miners. Weigh the profit, loss, and risks. Discussed in section 2, and
5. Decide on hardware and purchase hardware
You will need to select and purchase the best hardware according to
your budget. All this is explained in section 4.
6. Build, configure, and test bitcoin rigs
You will need to be capable of building these machines from scratch.
Without the knowledge of building computers, it is going to be
difficult to be successful in running your own bitcoin mining rig. You
must know the ins and outs of these beasts. Also discussed in
7. Obtain and implement software and scripts
There are many options to choose from. Will you be using Windows, or
Linux? What kind of Bitcoin mining software will you choose? Will
you decide to automate your bitcoin mining rigs? The questions will
never end. Learn more in section 11.
8. Setup bitcoin proxy
Now that you have everything setup, you could centralize everything
using a bitcoin proxy. This will always keep your login information
the same, and allow you to manage mining pools and workers very
easily. Discussed in section 13.
Finally, deploy your bitcoin miners, and start generating bitcoins!
When everything is running smoothly, get even more performance out
of your GPUs by overclocking them. Discussed in section 9.
1. What is Bitcoin Mining?
Simple definition: Bitcoin mining is the process of creating or generating new
Technical definition: Mining is the process of spending computation power to
find valid blocks and thus create new Bitcoins. Technically speaking,
mining is the calculation of a hash of the a block header, which includes
among other things a reference to the previous block, a hash of a set of
transactions and a nonce. If the hash value is found to be less than the
current target (which is inversely proportional to the difficulty), a new block
is formed and the miner gets 50 newly generated Bitcoins. If the hash is
not less than the current target, a new nonce is tried, and a new hash is
calculated. This is done millions of times per second by each miner.
Common question: Is mining used for some useful computation? The
computations done when mining are internal to Bitcoin and not related to
any other distributed computing projects. They serve the purpose of
securing the Bitcoin network, which is useful.
2.How much money do I have to invest?
a. How much money do I actually have available to invest in Bitcoin
Well, it’s pretty obvious that only you know the answer to that question. If
you can’t answer this question, I suggest you login to your online
banking and start keeping better track of your finances
b. How much money is required in order for me to start mining for Bitcoins?
This was the question you were probably referring to. And unfortunately,
there is no single answer to this question. Assuming you have a
computer, you can already begin mining for Bitcoins! Yes that is correct!
Using your current computers CPU, or GPU you can actually begin
generating Bitcoins using various available free software (depending on
your operating system). The bad news is that unless you have done the
research or actually customized your computer for this type of
performance, chances are that you really won’t be able to generate
Bitcoins at a feasible rate to make any money (in your lifetime at least).
3.What kind of hardware do I need?
In order to mine for Bitcoins, you generally need the same hardware as
a regular computer such as: Motherboard, CPU, Power Supply,
Memory (RAM), GPU, Harddrive OR USB Flash drive
Additionally you may need some other components such as: Ethernet
cable, Keyboard, Mouse, and Monitor. The Keyboard, Mouse, and
Monitor components are only required for the initial setup and
configuration, and do not need to be connected in order to actually
Some other components are optional such as a computer case, Hard
drive, and CD-Rom drive.
4.What kind of internet connection to I need?
You don’t need any special or crazy fast internet connection or
configuration. Any standard high speed internet connection should
be able to handle many Bitcoin miners just fine. I would recommend
Also, I would recommend that all Bitcoin miners are connected through
a wired internet connection for stability and reliability. I’ve has some
spotty issues using wifi for bitcoin mining, it’s simply not worth the