A few people with huge calculators step forward. The first to solve the puzzle gets the honour to place the completed book on the shelf of official records. The clerk rewards the winner with some newly minted coins. This 10 minute cycle of record keeping continues so long as there are people in the room watching the boxes. All transactions ever, safely stored for anyone to read. Why is a crowd of people watching a bunch of glass boxes important?
Before Bitcoin, a security guard would watch the boxes. What if the guard caught a virus and got ill? What if the guard took a nap during some downtime? These mistakes happen when there is a single point of failure, like bank account details on a database. Before Bitcoin, the keys were held on the guards belt. We trust the guard, of course, but must answer a number of personal security questions to gain access to our key. Are we comfortable with the guard knowing so much? What if the guard lost the key?
What if someone figured out the secret answer to our key?
Back to apples!
It is easy to maintain and needs only minor setup. Users can start mining in five minutes. NekrosMiner has a built-in controller and is shipped with pre-installed operating system and software. It is easy to maintain and needs only some minor setup. The company used the Scrypt algorithm to reach a completely new level of creating miners for Litecoins, Dogecoins, etc.
An extended warranty five years covers all possible failures. Oberon Miner has a built-in controller and pre-installed software. It also features a 5-year warranty.