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Wie funktioniert Cloud Mining fuer Bitcoin – Lektion 15

Wie funktioniert Bitcoin – Lektion 15

Wie funktioniert Cloud Mining für Bitcoin?

Wenn Sie in Bitcoin Mining unter https://www.coindesk.com/technology/mining/ investieren möchten, ohne Ihre eigene Hardware verwalten zu müssen, gibt es eine Alternative. Sie können die Cloud nutzen, um Ihre Coins/Münzen zu verdienen. Vereinfacht ausgedrückt bedeutet Cloud-Mining, dass (in der Regel) gemeinsam genutzte Rechenleistung von entfernten Rechenzentren verwendet wird. Man braucht nur einen Heimcomputer für die Kommunikation, optional lokale Bitcoin-Wallets und so weiter. Mit dem Cloud-Mining sind jedoch bestimmte Risiken verbunden, die Anleger vor dem Kauf verstehen müssen.
Pros.
Aus diesem Grund sollten Sie das Cloud-Mining in Betracht ziehen. Ein ruhiges, kühleres Zuhause und keine ständig summenden Gebläse. Keine zusätzlichen Stromkosten. Keine Hardware-Verkauf, wenn das Mining nicht mehr profitabel ist. Keine Lüftungsprobleme mit heißen Geräten. Reduzierte Chance, von Miningausrüstern enttäuscht zu werden.
Nachteile
Aus diesem Grund sollten Sie Cloud-Mining nicht!! in Betracht ziehen. Betrugsrisiko. Undurchsichtige Miningoperationen. Weniger Spaß (wenn Sie ein Geek sind, der Systemaufbau mag). Geringere Gewinne – die Betreiber müssen ihre Kosten schließlich decken. Vertragliche Warnungen, dass der Miningbetrieb in Abhängigkeit vom Bitcoin-Preis eingestellt werden kann. Mangel an Kontrolle und Flexibilität.

Arten von Cloud-Mining
Im Allgemeinen stehen derzeit drei Formen des Remote Mining zur Verfügung.

1. Hosted Mining. Lease einen Mining-Rechner, der vom Provider gehostet wird.
2. Virtuelles gehostetes Mining. Betreiben Sie einen (allgemeinen) virtuellen privaten Server und installieren Sie Ihre eigene Mining-Software.
3. Vermietete Hashing-Power. Lease eine Menge Hashing-Power, ohne einen dedizierten physischen oder virtuellen Computer zu haben. (Dies ist bei weitem die beliebteste Methode des Cloud-Mining.)

Wie Sie die Rentabilität ermitteln.
Wir haben bereits Möglichkeiten zur Berechnung der Minenrentabilität unter https://www.coindesk.com/information/how-to-set-up-a-miner/ abgedeckt. Die angebotenen Webdienste sind jedoch so konzipiert, dass sie mit Ihren Hardwareparametern arbeiten und nicht mit Cloud-Mining-Parametern. Trotzdem können Sie diese Rechner immer noch verwenden, indem Sie klar über die Kosten nachdenken. Rentabilitätsrechner (zum Beispiel The Genesis Block) fragen oft nach Ihren Stromkosten und manchmal nach der anfänglichen Investition in Hardware. Effektiv werden Sie nach Ihren laufenden Kosten und Ihren einmaligen Investitionen gefragt. Da der Versorger, nicht Sie, die Stromrechnungen bezahlt, können Sie die monatliche Mining-Rechnung anstelle der Stromkosten eingeben. Der Konvertierungsprozess ist jedoch nicht völlig unkompliziert. Im Falle von Miningarbeitern können Sie die monatlichen Betriebskosten berechnen, indem Sie Ihre Stromkosten (dh $ pro KWh) mit dem Stromverbrauch der Einheit und mit einem Umrechnungsfaktor von 0,744 multiplizieren (das Verhältnis von Sekunden pro Monat zu Joule von Energie pro KWh).

Aber für Cloud-Mining-Berechnungen müssen Sie das Gegenteil tun, weil der Anbieter Ihnen (effektiv) monatliche laufende Kosten gibt. Daher müssen Sie die äquivalenten Kosten pro Kilowattstunde berechnen, die in den Mining-Rechner eingespeist werden. Dies geschieht, indem die monatlichen Betriebskosten durch den oben genannten Umrechnungsfaktor von 0,744 geteilt (nicht multipliziert) werden.
Risiko gegen Belohnung.
Wenn Sie an einer beliebigen Art von Krypto-Währungs-Mining teilnehmen, gibt es Risiken, aber Rentabilität ist möglich, wenn Sie die richtigen Entscheidungen treffen. In diesem Artikel haben wir Ihnen einige Hinweise gegeben, wie Sie entscheiden können, welchen Weg Sie gehen. In Ihren Testberechnungen werden Sie wahrscheinlich sehen, dass einige Cloud-Mining-Dienste für ein paar Monate profitabel sind, aber wenn der Schwierigkeitsgrad von Bitcoin steigt, würden Sie wahrscheinlich in vier bis sechs Monaten und darüber hinaus einen Verlust machen. Eine mögliche Lösung für diese Situation besteht darin, das, was Sie gemacht haben, in eine wettbewerbsfähige Hash-Rate zu reinvestieren, aber das ist sehr spekulativ. Wie oben erwähnt, ist das Risiko von Betrug und Missmanagement im Cloud-Mining-Bereich allgegenwärtig. Anleger sollten nur dann in den Cloud-Mining investieren, wenn sie sich mit diesen Risiken wohlfühlen, wie das Sprichwort sagt, niemals mehr investieren, als Sie bereit sind zu verlieren. Untersuchen Sie Social-Media-Kanäle, sprechen Sie mit ehemaligen Kunden und stellen Sie vor der Investition gezielte Fragen von Betreibern. Letztendlich sollten Sie die gleiche Sorgfalt anwenden, die Sie für jede Investition anwenden würden.

Haftungsausschluss.
Dieser Artikel sollte nicht als Bestätigung für eine der genannten Dienste angesehen werden. Bitte machen Sie Ihre eigenen Recherchen, bevor Sie darüber nachdenken, Gelder über diese Dienstleistungen zu investieren.

Heiko Closhen, Entrepreneur

Basics on bitcoin

Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency and a payment system invented by an unidentified programmer, or group of programmers, under the name of Satoshi Nakamoto. Bitcoin was introduced on 31 October 2008 to a cryptography mailing list, and released as open-source software in 2009. There have been various claims and speculation concerning the identity of Nakamoto, none of which are confirmed. The system is peer-to-peer and transactions take place between users directly, without an intermediary. These transactions are verified by network nodes and recorded in a public distributed ledger called the blockchain, which uses bitcoin as its unit of account. Since the system works without a central repository or single administrator, the U.S. Treasury categorizes bitcoin as a decentralized virtual currency. Bitcoin is often called the first cryptocurrency, although prior systems existed and it is more correctly described as the first decentralized digital currency. Bitcoin is the largest of its kind in terms of total market value.
Bitcoins are created as a reward in a competition in which users offer their computing power to verify and record bitcoin transactions into the blockchain. This activity is referred to as mining and successful miners are rewarded with transaction fees and newly created bitcoins. Besides being obtained by mining, bitcoins can be exchanged for other currencies, products, and services. When sending bitcoins, users can pay an optional transaction fee to the miners. This may expedite the transaction being confirmed.
In February 2015, the number of merchants accepting bitcoin for products and services passed 100,000. Instead of 2–3% typically imposed by credit card processors, merchants accepting bitcoins often pay fees in the range from 0% to less than 2%. Despite the fourfold increase in the number of merchants accepting bitcoin in 2014, the cryptocurrency did not have much momentum in retail transactions. The European Banking Authority and other sources have warned that bitcoin users are not protected by refund rights or chargebacks. The use of bitcoin by criminals has attracted the attention of financial regulators, legislative bodies, law enforcement, and media. Criminal activities are primarily focused on darknet markets and theft, though officials in countries such as the United States also recognize that bitcoin can provide legitimate financial services.

Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency that was created in 2009. It is designed to not be controlled by any one party and is underpinned by a system called blockchain, which records transactions.

To ensure transactions are not falsified or records of ownership changed, participants of the bitcoin network must sign off on transactions in "blocks" (hence, blockchain).

To incentivize people to do this work, which involves computers completing complex cryptographic problems, people who verify blocks are rewarded with freshly created bitcoin. Hence, this process is known as bitcoin "mining."

However, the creators of bitcoin designed the system so there would only ever be a limited supply of bitcoins to be mined (a maximum of 21 million). To ensure the longevity of the system, the cryptographic problems involved in the mining get progressively harder, meaning it takes longer to earn them.

Miners are turning to more powerful computers to complete these tasks and earn bitcoin. As a result, mining (and on the flipside, bitcoin transactions) are sucking up greater and greater amounts of electricity. Bitcoin transactions now use so much energy that the electricity used for a single trade could power a home for almost a whole month, according to Dutch bank ING.

The bulk of Bitcoin "mining" is done in China, where energy costs are comparatively cheaper than in places like the UK or US.

"The top six biggest mining pools from Antpool to BTCC are all largely based in China," Mati Greenspan, an analyst with trading platform eToro, said in an email earlier this month. "Some rough estimates put China's hashpower at more than 80% of the total network."

However, there is growing concern about what the environmental impact of all this electric usage could be. Most of the electricity generated in China comes from CO2 emitting fossil fuels. Greenspan said: "We need to be mindful of how that energy is created."

You can see live data on the mining pools that are currently active at

Blockchain.info.

Heiko Closhen, Entrepreneur

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Coinsource Adds 18 Bitcoin ATMs in Atlanta Among Ten Most Unbanked US Cities

The Texas-based bitcoin ATM network, Coinsource has deployed 20 new machines in the state of Georgia, marking its single largest installation to date. 18 bitcoin ATMs have been installed in the city of Atlanta, and 2 machines in the nearby college town of Athens.

The company’s CEO Sheffield Clark said, “This is a major opportunity not only for Coinsource but for the cities of Atlanta and Athens as well. Atlanta is one of the most mature bitcoin ATM markets in the country so it’s exciting to provide our services to people already showing accelerated adoption of the technology.

Our goal is to give everyone the equal ability to access bitcoin, particularly in times of record demand, and participate in this soaring new economy. Part of making this marketplace accessible is making sure our fees are less than half that of any other operator, and customers will be given fee-free transactions for first-time use of any new machine.”

To maximize exposure to potential clients, the ATMs were set up near high traffic areas, as well as close to the Georgia State University and Emory University in Atlanta, and the University of Georgia in Athens. 16 of the new machines are for buying bitcoin only, while 4 have both buy and sell functionality.

The company also rolled out an online system that allows new customers to sign up before they actually visit a machine. The network now boasts a total of 136 bitcoin ATMs, operating across 12 states.

Unbanked in Atlanta, Georgia

Coinsource Adds 18 Bitcoin ATMs in Atlanta, Among Ten Most Unbanked US CitiesA survey by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) found that 7% of households (9 million) in the US are unbanked and an additional 19.9% of households (24.5 million) are underbanked. Several counties in the state of Georgia are among the worst affected areas.

“Bitcoin is catching fire and the United States is catching on; everyone wants to invest and get involved. For us, we believe bitcoin has two purposes; one as an alternative form of payment, and two as a form of investment and financial inclusivity for the underbanked and unbanked.

According to reports from the FDIC over the past five years, Atlanta, Georgia is in the top ten of most unbanked cities in the country, and more than one in ten households have no involvement with traditional banks. Around 30% of residents are underbanked, meaning they might have to check accounts, but have to rely on other kinds of services like pawn shops, check-cashing and payday loan companies to get cash and credit,” Clark said.

The state of Georgia now has a total of 101 bitcoin ATM kiosks, making it the third largest US market for bitcoin ATMs behind the cities of Chicago and New York.

Source: https://news.bitcoin.com/coinsource-adds-18-bitcoin-atms-atlanta-among-ten-unbanked-us-cities/

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