Crypto Mining and Where You Stand in There

If we apply right calculation to our mining rig which, according to the right platform, yields an average of 0.0927 Monero per 24 hours, we can calculate the profit. 0.0927 Monero is approximately 0.0032 BTC (Bitcoin) at the time of writing. The calculation then becomes: 0.0032 x 0.9 x 0.92 = 0.0026496 BTC, converted to 10.48 euros per day. The electricity costs of 3.36 euros are calculated from this, which means that we achieve a profit of 7.12 euros per day.

Every month we can expect a profit of 213.60 euros from our rig. Some important variable costs (such as increasing network complexity, depreciation of the rig and possibly fluctuating exchange rates) have not been included here.

Proof of Stake

An increasingly popular method of transaction verification is strike (or Proof or Stake), in which the coins in the user’s wallets can be used to verify transactions in the network and therefore no mining is required. Simply put, the user receives ‘interest’ with a stake currency for making the currency available for checking and improving the network. From XTR gateĀ  Crypto trading platform blog .net you can have the best deal.

There are different models of Proof or Stake coins, where the master node seems to be the most popular, a large number of coins are merged and fixed in a separate node on a server, after which they are registered to the network (via a static IP address) to can be used to control transactions and to further implement and develop the network protocol.

  • A popular crpytomint that applies this construction is Dash, which requires 1000 Dash to be able to turn a master node itself, with a (constantly decreasing) return of currently an average of 9 percent on an annual basis.


What the future of crypto currency has to offer is still very uncertain. This is strongly related to the eventual implementation of the coins in daily life worldwide, which is also highly dependent on global political and technical developments. Although trading in crypto currency is becoming increasingly popular and accessible, it is still reserved for a small group of pioneers who dare to take enormous risks with their investments.

There are also various apps to ‘mine’ bitcoins on your smartphone. Then the computing power of your device is used to collect more bitcoins in the background. Unfortunately, nowadays so much computing power is required for new bitcoins that you won’t use a virtual dent in a pack of bitcoin butter with your smartphone. On an annual basis you probably collect no more than a few euros, while your battery is drained a lot faster. So you lose that ‘profit’ on electricity cos