Now that Bitcoin has reached a record new high of $10,000 and above, there are more people than ever before mining cryptocurrency and building the building blocks of the blockchain that will power the future of... well, pretty much everything.
It's like the internet, all over again. Everyone thinks it [crypto and blockchain technology] will fade and go away, but they are both here to stay, and they will only become bigger parts of our lives going into the future.
Mining cryptocurrency sounds incredibly hard and while it isn't the easiest thing in the world to get working, once you've got the tools and know what a "BTC wallet" or "BTC address" or "cryptocurrency" is, you're cooking with gas and making money from your system/s.
In this guide, we'll walk you through how to use NiceHash - a super-simple cryptocurrency miner that pays you in Bitcoin.
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