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Turn a Raspberry Pi into a Cold Wallet

The more I dabble in cryptocurrency, the more I am mystified by its intricacies. For instance, just like your typical wallet, you don't want to have all your funds in it, just in case it is compromised or stolen somehow. Instead, you move the majority of your funds/assets into a secure system, like a bank. Unfortunately, there is no banks for Crypto that are FDIC. This means we are left to our own devices. The go-to solution? A Cold Wallet.

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Getting Started With Monero – Mining For Monero

If you made it through the basics of getting your wallet setup, you are probably already hunting for a way to make some Monero. In the early days, it was possible for someone to solo mine and get some rewards. However, with today's difficulty, it is nearly impossible to get something from solo mining unless you have dropped some serious $$ on hardware and can generate a couple of Megahashes or so. The only option for many of us is to join a pool.

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Getting Started with AEON – Creating a Wallet

I am always being turned on to something new, this time around it is AEON. AEON is a cryptocurrency based on the same idea as Monero, privacy. However, it adds one thing that many others have failed to, it is portable. Meaning, it is so lightweight, you can run a wallet on your phone. This, along with its privacy features makes it an ideal candidate for the next high-value coin in the upcoming year.

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  • Rosewill RSV-L4000C 4U Mining Case

    rying to figure out how you want to build a mining machine, there aren't many options to choose from concerning its skeleton. One option is to build or buy an open rig frame, another is to mockup some metal shelving and hang some gear from it with zip ties, and the last option is to purchase a professionally made, well-manufactured mining case. While Rosewill may not be that well known in the cryptocurrency space, they have made a name for themselves in the server market by manufacturing and designing quality components at a price point that most people can afford. With that kind of pedigree, Rosewill introduced the RSV-L4000B and, subsequently, the RSV-L4000BC; a 4U 6/8 GPU Rack-mountable Mining chassis.

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  • Rosewill RSV-L4000C 4U Mining Case

    rying to figure out how you want to build a mining machine, there aren't many options to choose from concerning its skeleton. One option is to build or buy an open rig frame, another is to mockup some metal shelving and hang some gear from it with zip ties, and the last option is to purchase a professionally made, well-manufactured mining case. While Rosewill may not be that well known in the cryptocurrency space, they have made a name for themselves in the server market by manufacturing and designing quality components at a price point that most people can afford. With that kind of pedigree, Rosewill introduced the RSV-L4000B and, subsequently, the RSV-L4000BC; a 4U 6/8 GPU Rack-mountable Mining chassis.

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