Honeyminer makes mining and earning money simple for anyone with a computer.
The New Jersey-based crypto mining startup Honeyminer quietly launched a free beta in June and has already garnered 10,000 downloads across the globe. Honeyminer allows users to participate in a dynamic mining pool by running the app when the computer’s graphics processing unit (GPU) isn’t in use processing images or videos.
New mining software promises to let almost anyone earn small amounts of bitcoin with a Windows laptop, giving users a taste of the cryptocurrency’s early days.
The pool focuses on mining cryptos like ethereum, ethereum classic, zcash, monero and other GPU-friendly currencies. Then, at the end of the session, Honeyminer sends the participant’s earnings, converted into bitcoin, directly to the user’s wallet.
“The miner doesn’t have to do the math or manage all the configurations and settings, or manually check the prices,”
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