It’s always bantastic to see new community members joining BANANO, and it’s especially great to see them building and contributing to the BANANO ecosphere. BANANO is a unique cryptocurrency project in terms of community contributions and attitude.
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Keep in mind that with BANANO gaining popularity there always will be people trying to trick you. So be mindful and only believe information from our official channels. Right now, links to a FAKE BANANO Miner Website are spreading.
These are the only websites you should use in this context:
https://powerplant.banano.cc/ BANANO Powerplant: Browser-based altcoin CPU mining paying in BANANO (this one was previously found at the arikado address, if you still use the old one which is fading out payment-wise please switch to the new Powerplant website). Please tell your friends so they don’t fall for a fake BANANO Miner Website. Check banano.cc or banano.how websites when in doubt if something is legit or not.
You might have seen that there’s a new BANANO Faucet: The BANANO Miner!
You easily can get free BANANO from this by using your CPU a little. Of note, you are not really mining BANANO (which isn’t mineable at all, transactions are feeless). Instead, the faucet actually mines webchain by using your CPU, automatically converts rewards to BANANO and sends it to your wallet. This would still be extremely inefficient, but the faucet is subsidized heavily by the BANANO team, and the proof-of-work here only is used to avoid faucet exploits. Most likely this is the best paying mining faucet ever!
Of note, the mining in this context is just used to have another faucet for the BANANO community that can’t be exploited too easily.
Next, you’ll need to set how much of your CPU power will be used. For the start, it’s recommended to set the “speed” to 50% or lower, meaning not all your CPU power will be used. You can also use less Threads of your CPU. Hit start when you’re ready and give it a try:
Monitor your computer for some time. You should try to find settings that work fine for you, i.e. find a balance between mining speed and CPU usage. Make sure your computer doesn’t get too warm! If that happens reduce the speed setting!
After a few minutes you’ll have mined few BANANO. Hit the “withdraw” button to send your “mining rewards” to your wallet. That should normally go quite fast. That’s it 😉
Too annoying and infeffcient? Yes, that’s the downside of classical cryptocurrency mining, which is still used a lot, even though there’s newer solutions around. Let’s be happy that BANANO doesn’t require anyone to use lots of computing power just for confirming transactions. BANANO is green and doesn’t require mining.
You might want to check all the other (100% green) options to earn free BANANO – overview here.
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