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Can you really mine bitcoin with your PC?
To answer the question in the headline: You can, technically, mine Bitcoin with your PC. The problem is that doing so would be like trying to mine gold with a soup ladle while other people are out there with heavy equipment and teams of workers who all specialize in mining.
Is it safe to mine bitcoin and Ethereum on my computer?
I’ve been mining Bitcoin and Ethereum for the past 3 weeks or so, but I am wondering is it safe to mine on my personal computer that I use for personal matters? Thank you in advance. More sharing options… More sharing options… Yes and no, hardware wise it could be damaged over time and you could be at risk for hackers (unlikely).
What if we could mine cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin for everyone?
Mining of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin can be lucrative. But there’s a catch: it requires time and a lot of computing power. If you could somehow spread those computing demands out among hundreds 鈥?and sometimes even thousands or millions 鈥?of unknowing users, it would greatly reduce the cost and time of mining expensive coins.
What would happen if someone taxed your computer with Bitcoin?
On the other hand, Bitcoin is notoriously slow and complex to mine and requires tons of processing power to lift the heavy load. If someone were to tax your home computer with this, the CPU usage would skyrocket, simple tasks would become painstakingly slow and the fans on your computer would kick into overdrive.