August 1st – Bitcoin Cash

August 1, 2017 Yeti 0

Well here we are, August 1st, 2017. Unless you been sleeping under a rock you know that this date has been talked about for the past 2 months as some sort of milestone for Bitcoin. Depending on your viewpoint it [read more]

Bitcoin Chain Split on August 1st

July 27, 2017 Yeti 0

Even though miners are agreeing to the BIP91 proposal, otherwise known as SegWit2x, Bitmain backed mining firm ViaBTC (based in Beijing) and a few other players intend to go ahead with introducing a fork in the Bitcoin network on August [read more]

BIP 91 Locks In

July 21, 2017 Yeti 1

After a long drawn out Bitcoin scaling debate, or what some would label as more of an ordeal, BIP 91 has officially locked in. The BIP 91, or Bitcoin Improvement Protocol 91, was an attempt to stave off some of [read more]

Asus Announces Dedicated Mining GPUs

June 27, 2017 Yeti 0

Asus, a Taiwan-based manufacturer of computer components, announced the addition of two dedicated cryptocurrency mining graphics cards, the Mining RX 470 and Mining P106. The two new cards are designed specifically for the purposes of mining and can handle the 24/7 usage [read more]

Bitcoin Losing its Dominance?

May 30, 2017 Yeti 0

Is Bitcoin losing’s its dominance in the wider cryptocurrency market? While I am not the first to notice this or write about it, it is becoming apparent with each passing day that Bitcoin, the granddaddy of pretty much every cryptocurrency [read more]

EWBF Zcash Cuda Miner

May 28, 2017 Yeti 13

EWBF Zcash Cuda Miner Introduction I briefly mentioned it while reviewing the EVGA GTX1080 card, but I thought I would take some time to go over EWBF’s Zcash Cuda Miner in more detail and help anyone unfamiliar with the program [read more]

Disabling Windows 10 Automatic Updates

May 27, 2017 Yeti 0

Configuring Windows 10 Automatic Updates for Miners While Windows 10 actually brought some improvements to the cryptocurrency mining game, including the improved ability to detect and utilize multiple GPUs (with Windows 7 and earlier it was a pain to get [read more]