How to Mine Cryptocurrency on Phone

How to Mine Cryptocurrency on Phone

A smartphone does a lot of things. It lets you play your favorite songs, read your favorite book, play games, watch movies, watch p*rn (oops), click your friends, click yourself, as well as mine cryptocurrencies. To keep this article suitable for kids, I will particular focus on the last point - mining cryptocurrencies - which I believe might have sound cooler than watching p.... only if you are a Big-Bang-Theory-fan. The people who have almost achieved this method are not some big corporate junkies selling Ponzi schemes, but a group of computer science students who were simply trying to....


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