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Friday, December 29, 2017

Mining uses your CPU's power to generate || BTC Heat Mining.

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How Mining Works
Mining uses your CPU's power to generate hashes and converts them into spins. This means that you are mining for spins and not any actual cryptocurrency. You will automatically get 1 spin per every 2500 hashes generated.
To begin mining, click START MINING and leave this page open for as long as possible. We will be automatically checking for your generated hashes every minute and adding spins during the process. Watch the "spins earned (current session)" at the top right to see your spins increase.
You can leave this page open in a separate tab and continue spinning, inviting users or completing offers while the miner is working. After 24 hours of continuous working you might have to click "start" again.
You do not lose any hashes if you close this page. We keep their number stored in background so you can continue mining any time you want.
Please have in mind that this process uses computing resources quite heavily. Therefore, we recommend using our miner on desktop computers only. Adjust threads number and speed according to your hardware. Typically you shouldn't go any higher than 8 or 16 threads. For example, 50% speed means that threads will stay idle 50% of the time and will leave resources for other programs on your computer to work normally.
Mining typically uses much more power than it generates return. This feature is still in Beta.

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