Questions on mining,pools and the such
Bitdv last edited by
Ok not sure if this is the right section to do this but I'm sure if it isnt then it will be moved!!!
Ok since i been in burst i have mined on pools thru the windows client and with everything that has been going on it has twigged a few questions in my head and would like to see were i can go with this .
Firstly as a suggestion would it be possible to add a feature to the wallet to simplify solo-mining, as in new people come to burst and have no idea on setting up mining solo, much like the pool minig, but geared towards solo-moning, just file the boxes and click ?
Would more people solo-mining benefit the network? like more de-centralized or would it be a better option to open up more pools?
I mean i would be happy to open up a mining pool or 2 if that would be beneficial to Burst as a whole or Solo-mine , and im looking at this via the bigger picture, the network needs to be strong and to me more decentralized as i see most people pool mine and only a hand full of pools seem to have the majority of the miner's?? I mean I could be wrong, still learning Burst , huge learning curve , but also want to help the network and community, hence me asking questions ..
darindarin last edited by
@Bitdv i believe when you solo mine you dedicate a node.. so more solo miners the better.. i think..... network needs nodes from my understanding
qibucks last edited by
I am not very clever so a one click miner in the wallet would be great for people like me who are totally crapola at mining.
TrickyHunter last edited by
@Bitdv I believe you can only solo mine using the local wallet so you need to download the blockchain and keep it running while mining. This would indeed set you up as a dedicated node while also mining solo at the same time.
pr0cesor last edited by
I am interested in this as well, I mean the understanding of SOLO mining and it's relation to the network, node, benefits, pools etc. I have totally no clue about solo mining and it's benefit except the fact that U mine on ur local wallet