I don’t fully understand your question. Only the machine running the zcash4win program will do that actual mining, using its system resources. However, you can have a Zcash wallet on any machine and the mining rewards can be sent to that wallet. So you can have one machine doing the work of mining and any other machine to receive the Zcash which is mined. Hope that helps.
If you’d like to use AirDrop between a Mac and an iOS device, though, the specifications are a little different. For starters, both your Mac and iOS device must have both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth enabled. They don’t need to be on a specific Wi-Fi network, though.
The short answer is maybe. Legally, ICOs have existed in an extremely gray area because arguments can be made both for and against the fact that they’re just new, unregulated financial assets. The SEC’s recent decision, however, has since managed to clear up some of that gray area. In some cases, the token is simply a utility token, meaning it gives the owner access to a specific protocol or network; thus it may not be classified as a financial security. On the other hand, if the token is an equity token, meaning that it’s only purpose is to appreciate in value, then it looks a lot more like a security.
If the transaction is valid, it will be verified on the blockchain and a new record is added to your copy of the public ledger. This then sends an update to the rest of the networks in the blockchain to get everyone’s public ledger in sync with the new record.
Run with ‘-h’ parameter to learn possible commands. By default, miner uses all CPU cores and no CUDA devices. need to explicitly enable CUDA devices (setting ‘-cd’ parameter). If you wish to mine only with CUDA and no CPU, set ‘-t 0’.
AirDrop also suffers for the same limitation that is inherent with most Apple services and features, which is, lack of cross-platform support, so you will have to still use the conventional ways such as email to share photos and videos with other devices.
For just a single miner, edit the local.conf file with nano or vim to configure the miner to work for you. Here is an example configuration for mining Zcash. Put this at the beginning of the local.conf file:
Crucially, AirDrop is compatible between both iOS devices and Macs, making it a convenient way to wirelessly send content between nearby devices of any tpe — as long as they’re made by Apple. AirDrop works very well if you use Apple devices, and it’s the kind of solution that should really be adopted by Android and Windows devices as well. AirDrop helps solve the problem of sharing files, photos, and other bits of data between nearby devices.
a.) What are your thoughts on going for a pre-built ASIC miner (or rig) instead of building one for the first time? I assume building one with say 6GPUs might save upto 1500$ (instead of buying it), but do you think its worth it for a newbie?
For the purposes of prudence, Pre-ICOs ideally make use of separate smart contracts from the main ICO event – This is informed by the need to avoid a mixture of Pre-ICO funds with the main ICO to enable proper and easy account reconciliation and audit.
By default, the feature is not set to share with everyone. In fact, AirDrop itself is not even turned on until you use it for the first time. But I’ve found that a surprising number of people have flipped it on, and set it to accept things from the entire world. I assume that’s by mistake, but by the time they’ve realized that, I’ve already struck. They can, of course, decline the AirSloth, but I know they’ve seen a small preview of it.
On most occasions, the investor becomes the consumer of the service being offered by the company raising funds through an ICO, which allows investors to buy coins at a discount, though valuation will ultimately be dictated by supply and demand once released to market.
Zcash is a fork of the bitcoin protocol, the first and most widely used blockchain cryptocurrency. This means it maintains its own blockchain and currency token. Zcash builds on the existing work from the Bitcoin core team to enable privacy preserving transaction data using zero-knowledge proofs (see FAQ: what is a zero-knowledge proof?). It also includes some non-privacy changes to bitcoin, including its proof of work algorithm (see FAQ: “What are you changing from Bitcoin’s Design? What parts of the Bitcoin network remain?” for more detail on technical differences).