Docker is a powerful tool for managing containers and run-time environments and, besides its many advantages, Docker can also be handy to keep our development workstation tidy while playing with all kind of cool technologies – like Ethereum. In this article, we are going to harness the power of Docker to build a first Ethereum work and development environment.
This small guide explains how to quickly install an Ethereum command-line CPU/GPU miner on a Windows PC. The miner is supposed to connect to a Mining Pool, so no local Blockchain client (like geth or eth) is needed.
Mining Altcoins is sometimes quite venturesome. The various download links on the Internet are often pointing to obscure file servers. In this article, we are going to compile Tanguy Pruvot’s version of the “cpuminer-multi” project, one of the most advanced CPU miner tools around, and the, than see how to use it. I also examined the behaviour from a system’s point of view .
Dieses Tutorial beschreibt die detaillierte Prozedur des Aufsetzens eines vollwertigen Monero Coin Netzwerkknotens.
Monero is a crypto currency in the same way than Bitcoin is. Monero is however extremely different in many ways. It has different goals and does not share software and code with the Bitcoin code. Due to the decentralized and peer-to-peer nature of the Monero network, it becomes more robust and resilient as it becomes larger. Running a full node helps stabilizing and securing the network. A full node contributes to the consensus and increases the Blockchain data distribution. So…let’s set-up one…
Das Einrichten eines lokalen Ethereum-Testnetzwerks ist äußerst nützlich zum “Rumspielen”, um “kostenlose” Smart Contract-Tests durchzuführen und während des Entwickeln eines Produktes. Und mehr noch: es geht recht schnell und problemlos. In diesem Artikel erkläre ich was zu tun ist, um ein Testnetz einzurichten, und was jede Operation bewirkt.