How Do I Mine Bitcoin on My Laptop? - TechHuBit.Com

Mine Bitcoin Cash on my mid-range laptop?

I want to get something but i dont have a credit card so i turned to the cryptocurrency option on what im trying to get and i think my best bet would be Bitcoin Cash but i dont know how to mine it, How would i mine it? Note: im using "" wallet and i dont know if its teh best one
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Is it possible to recover my Bitcoins from a CPU mining software that I uninstalled back in 2013 on my laptop ?

Hey guys, so I'm from South Africa and I remember in my first year of University, I discovered mining and that one could use their laptop to mine BTC. I didn't know what it was at the time and I would leave my laptop in my room running and mining while I went to class(for 2/3 weeks if I remember correctly).
Honestly, I didn't know what I was doing at the time, I didn't know what Bitcoin really was but it seemed legit and I was convinced that it wasn't a scam.
I later uninstalled the software though, but I was wondering whether one can somehow recover 'deleted' stuff from their laptops(Windows 7)
I still have the laptop. I didn't know much about addresses and all of that. The only thing I knew was mining and I remember downloading a Blockchain wallet on my android phone.
Hope to get a response,
TLDR: I used to mine BTC on my laptop in 2013, deleted the software. Was wondering if it's possible to somehow recover it ?
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Bought my first car!!! Now a glad owner of a Hyundai Sonata after years of bitcoin mining on my dad's laptop.

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Bitcoin mining virus on my laptop, mines when idle for a few minutes

I've got a gaming laptop - Acer Predator Helios 300
I recently noticed that after a few minutes left idle, the fans would spin up, and the temps would be pretty high. Whenever I moved the mouse, it stopped, and temps went back down, along with the fans. On checking it further, something was indeed using the CPU as well as the discrete Nvidia GPU when the laptop was idle.
The process using it was called 'updatedg.exe'.File location as follows : -
C:\Users\MYNAME\AppData\Roaming\AppContainer\Storage\microsoft.microsoftedge_8wekyb3d8bbwe\Children\001\Internet Settings\cpu
There are a bunch of dlls in the same folder, as well as text files. The contents of the text files clearly show that this is all meant to crypto mine. They lay out a bunch of parameters and explanations and whatnot.
Deleting this stuff does no good as it will just return after restart, or atleast after a while. There are a couple of results from the internet about 'updatedg.exe', including a couple of reddit threads talking about the same. I haven't been able to get rid of mine. I've tried many anti-malware, adware, antivirus toolkit that have been recommended for these kinds of things. Kaspersky rootkit, MBAM, MB Adware cleaner, the ones that come in tronscript (tronscript), and a bunch of others I forgot. MBAM didn't even flag the mining stuff when I scanned it specifically.
Also, when opening the file location, from the directory '001' and it's parents, the folders show as completely empty. This is the case all the way to the 'AppContainer' Folder. AppData\Roaming won't even show this AppContainer folder, even with hidden enabled. Same thing for the children directory in that file address. However, if you get to the 'Internet' folder, it shows it's subdirectories (Settings/CPU). Why is it like that ?

Currently I've stopped it by creating a 'DisallowRun' entry for the executable in the registry. It seems to be working. However, I'm worried about the fact that the PC is infected... I don't want to reinstall windows if possible. If anyone has any tips or recommendations on software to run or anything else, I'd be really grateful. Also, Is there any way I can get more information about what is causing it ?
EDIT: Checked task scheduler (thanks Qsypoq), found a task called 'RTKPLC' that was running the file in the location. I deleted the task.

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08-25 21:23 - 'I just started mining with my MacBook Air on Honeyminer, and in 10 hours I've made about $0.21 in BTC. So, the short answer is you're not getting rich using a basic laptop setup... those days are long gone. But by doing thi...' by /u/hiker2mtn removed from /r/Bitcoin within 105-115min

I just started mining with my MacBook Air on Honeyminer, and in 10 hours I've made about $0.21 in BTC. So, the short answer is you're not getting rich using a basic laptop setup... those days are long gone. But by doing this, we're helping secure the system, and stacking a few sats for ourselves in the interim. $0.21 is 2100 sats at a $10k BTC pricing.
Honeyminer automatically decides which coin is most profitable to mine, and uses your CPU & GPU to mine them, then pays you out in BTC. It's a good system, especially for those without the wherewithal to get deep into the technicals of mining.
If you wanna get started, here's my referral code. Helps us both if you use it.
I don't recommend "buying the hashrate" from them, as it's not a profitable investment at this time. In other words, you're predicted to pay more for the server time than you'll earn back over the length of the contract. That may change within the next few days or weeks, however, so keep checking back.
EDIT: On the positive side, a laptop isn't going to set off any alarms for electricity usage, so no one is going to know or give a shit.
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My Bitcoin Mining Rig. Cell Phones, Laptops, And Desktops All Mining Away. (Currently On Monero)

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My Bitcoin Mining Rig. Cell Phones, Laptops, And Desktops All Mining Away. (Currently On Monero)

My Bitcoin Mining Rig. Cell Phones, Laptops, And Desktops All Mining Away. (Currently On Monero) submitted by Rufflenator to 3bitcoins [link] [comments]

Found free laptop on side of road. What should/shouldnt I do with it? Is this some devious hacker ploy to force the rest of my machines to mine bitcoin?

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How do I mine bitcoin on my laptop?

Do I need to install software?
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Could i mine on my MSI GS63VR 7RF Stealth pro laptop? /r/Bitcoin

Could i mine on my MSI GS63VR 7RF Stealth pro laptop? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

How do I mine bitcoin on my laptop? /r/Bitcoin

How do I mine bitcoin on my laptop? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

I mined and bought BTC in 2009 on a laptop that has been broken since 2010. Is the BTC still in my wallet on the hard drive? /r/Bitcoin

I mined and bought BTC in 2009 on a laptop that has been broken since 2010. Is the BTC still in my wallet on the hard drive? /Bitcoin submitted by BitcoinAllBot to BitcoinAll [link] [comments]

I brought all my old laptops to work and set them up to mine for bitcoins. One is so old that it fluctuates between 0 and 1 khash / s is it even worth keeping this one on to mine for coins?

Seriously it is a 5 year old laptop and I'm wondering if it is even worth it to keep this thing running for the purpose of generating coins. I'm not paying for the electricity, but still what are the odds that something will happen?
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God, Proctortrack is invasive

It's another goddamn level of data collection. I bet they're selling this data.
I did 4 face scans, 4 knuckle scans, and 2 full room scans today.
What the actual fuck. Why do you need to see my whole room? I'm sitting in this tiny ass corner so it doesn't seem like I'm cheating and now they wanna see the whole goddamn room?
The audacity of these a-holes is incredible. It says "show under the desk". Yeah, cuz I got eyes on my feet right?
Isn't my face and hands and constant proctoring and FULL MOTHERFUCKIN DISK ACCESS, and access to control any and all apps on my laptop at any time in any way enough?
This is the exact access a virus needs to use your laptop for bitcoin mining.

Oh, and not to mention they made me download a chrome extension with full access to all data, control over the whole browser, and ability to open and close tabs without my permission

I don't even feel like this is my laptop anymore.

Why can't we use lockdown browser? It's THE SAME SHIT. Just have us join zoom or some shit and lockdown browser.
At this point they might as well make us naked and take a full body scan to make sure we didn't tattoo the fuckin syllabus on us or some shit

Dear Proctortrack, lmk if you need to scan the inside of my eyeballs too, you know, to make sure i have "aCaDeMiC iNtEgRiTy". Who knows? Maybe I tattooed the inside of my goddamn retinas?
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My personal experience with Innosilicon A10 Pro (6G) 500Mh ASIC ethash miner

EDIT : This is about the 5G version, not the 6G.
Since there is not much consumers tests online about the Innosilicon A10 (Ethmaster) Pro (5G) at 500Mh, I decided to share my personal experience through an "anonymous" account.
I bought it around April 2020, arrived in May but for personal reasons I was only able to turn it on this summer :(
The A10 costs me 3242 € + 70 € power supply (Innosilicon 1400W Power Supply) + shipping. I will not reveal where I bought it because this is not an ad, but it was through an european ASIC miner reseller.
I know Ethereum 2.0 is coming and I'm aware this is a gamble. I would not advise you to buy it now, especially knowing Eth 2.0 is really coming now, DeFi is pushing at the gates and I heard rumors there is a 750Mh version coming up.
So, it is my first ASIC miner, I did some ZEC mining with a 4 x 1080Ti mining rig two years go.
EDIT : EthToDoge pointed out in the comments that the A10 isn't an ASIC technically speaking
The A10 is basically a box crammed full of laptop GPUs and some custom firmware and made to look like the Bitcoin ASICS. [Check out the comments for more information]
The A10 mining chains reboots itself every 9 hours on average. When the A10 reboots, it goes into an autotuning mode which can take up to 2 hours, but usually around 1h. When in autotuning, it starts at 0Mh and goes to it's full speed after the autotuning, not mining much during this phase because the autotuning mode causes a lot of invalid shares, up to 20% and going down to 3% when tuning is completed.
The chains temperature are around 63°C, I don't know if this is the reason of the reboot. I'll try later on to get a better air flow. I fixed the temperature issue I had by placing in a better ventilated location, temperature is now around 53°C but that didn't fixed the reboot issue.
miner web interface, you can see the hashrate drop due to the random reboot
Performance settings
I tried balanced and factory modes, and I didn't saw much differences in the reported speed. In a near future I'll have a try with the performance mode but I will monitor the power consumption when trying since the A10 warns me to pay attention to that when I want to enable performance mode in the web interface. The performance mode consumes around 10% to 15% more electricity than the factory mode, without noticing any difference in the hashrate or stability. I didn't had proper tools to measure the power consumption, my A10 was plugged in an UPS and it's load went from 43% usage to 55% so I'm assuming the difference is the extra power consumption.
Changing performance settings causes the miner to go into autotuning.
The firmware check is working, but I didn't manage to use the autoupdate. I had no problem to manually download the firmware and upload it, so not really a problem.
My device:
Type A10L
Controller Version g1
Build Date 15th of July 2020 06:13 AM
Platform Version a10l_20200715_061347

EDIT : I upgraded to the new firmware a10l_20200901_053652 but that didn't fixed the reboot issue.

I did some monitoring of the A10, here is how it looks

This is in factory mode on Ethermine (updated on Sept 24th) :
Average hashrate of 455Mh/s while running on ethermine
Hashrate of all chains + total hashrate

This is in balanced mode on Ethermine (updated on Sept 25th) :
Average hashrate of 449Mh/s while running on ethermine
Hashrate of all chains + total hashrate

This is in factory mode on Nanopool (updated on Sept 29th) :
Average hashrate of 502Mh/s while running on Nanopool (note that the double reboot in the middle of the graphic was caused by the change of ETH epoch, otherwise the average hashrate is around 512Mh/s.
Hashrate of all chains + total hashrate
As sweeperAA pointed out, the mining pool really matters.

Quick links :
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New PC, new everything, drives disappearing & malware

Hi all,
Been searching for answers regarding disappearing drives but only found stuff regarding potentially failing older drives.
My computer and all components are new save one SSD and I assembled it in June.
Components: Ryzen 3700x Vengeance 32GB 3200MHz Gigabyte 2070s MSI B450 Gaming carbon Corsair 750w modular PSU All high end Corsair braided cables
Now the drives: Samsung Evo 860 500gb C: Samsung Evo 860 500gb D: (photos - lightroom) Samsung Evo 850 250gb E: (games) Toshiba 1tb F: (storage)
Only the D: and E: drives periodically disappear. It's I'd say about 10-20% of the time after turning the computer on. Restarting usually makes em come back.
All drives have good health according to Magician and are healthy according to Dskmgmt. The 850 comes from a previous computer but was thoroughly wiped (formatted, volumes and partitions deleted in Dskmgmt then reformatted again). Magician says 6.5tb were written on it. It was on a laptop and with not much file movement on it save for .docs .pdfs and the likes.
Now comes the malware part, though I have no idea if it is connected.
Back in July I realised the PC was infected with malwares since I couldn't access Windows defender (only had the blank 'security at a glance screen, and defender had indeed been disabled from the reg). I'd been a greedy bastard and might have gone on unsafe websites. Installed malware bytes, which found a bunch of malware including the one responsible for the defender registry debacle. It found other bitcoin mining stuff too. It apparently took care of it, however, since the computer was new, I did a full windows reinstall without keeping files. I set the few important files aside on a drive and scanned everything beforehand.
Everything was fine, fast forward about 3 weeks ago when I tried launching a game and steam tells me I have to download it again. The game drive was gone. I restarted and everything was back to normal. After a while I thought 'eh, let's have ole Defender scan this mess' and bam! No defender, blank 'security at a glance' screen...
Back with MWB, more or less same results as before with defender registry hack, bitcoin mining stuff and all.
Thing is, I had been much more careful and hadn't downloaded anything, so this seems even weirder for me.
I did another fresh windows install two days ago, not saving files (except storing the heavy steam library after full scan), thinking I'd be safe again and could finally enjoy a clean and proper PC.
However, this morning, as I tried launching a game, I realised both the game drive and photo drive are gone.
Restarted and it's fine, but damn is it annoying.
TL;DR: drives disappear randomly it appears, but 2 malwares infestations makes me doubt everything. Everything's brand spanking new though one drive is slightly older but in good health! High quality cables.
Thanks for any input and for reading that damn mess. Cheers!
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My brother is thinking of buying a new gaming PC. I tried to convince him to get a Freedos version and pirate Windows later on, but he is really hesitant. Can you help him decide?

So, after approximately 10 years my brother decided on buying a new laptop PC for gaming. Because of understandable currency differences, a genuine Windows copy is a bit expensive. When I reminded him of the option to pirate it, he said he wanted to buy it for several reasons:
-In a cracked version, whomever cracked it could have easily modified the system files. Which can make the PC be used for stuff like bitcoin mining in the background without him knowing.
-Since a cracked version can’t get updates, it is more vulnerable to viruses etc.
-Since Win10 is the latest version of Windows, this purchase will get him a really long time support and the money is ‘kinda’ worth it.
Please notice that he has no intentions of supporting Microsoft, he said “They are already fucking rich, they don’t need my support and I don’t care”. So this whole thing is not about ethics or anything. He approaches the situation from a practical standpoint, saying that purchasing the software will get him a good value in terms of security and stability.
Even though I’ve been pirating software and media for the longest time, I couldn’t find a legitimate answer, his reasons sounded solid. This is why I wanted to come here and ask for your opinions. Does his arguments make sense or they are not true at all? What do you think?
TLDR: Brother wants to buy a genuine Win10. Says it’s safer, more secure, and more stable than a cracked version. Has no problems with the idea of pirating. Just thinks a cracked version can ‘corrupt’ the PC in the long run. Is he correct? What do you think?
Edit: After reading him what you have collectively said, he said “if that’s the case, yeah it’d be stupid to pay for it. Might as well buy some more ram or storage with that money”. Thanks everyone!
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Segurazo Antivirus? Is it Antivirus... Or Virus? It's Been Hiding In Our Downloads!

So I was going to YouTube and installed a mod menu for a game (the comments were really convincing) and then I was installing through wizard. Asked me to install some additional stuff, said Decline.
That ''mod menu'' didn't even work. Now lets get into the real story.

I had some software (3 of them) 2 of them were easy to uninstall, but this one was Segurazo. At first I thought ''Oh, nice they added a antivirus too my download'' but in my surpise, This ''Segurazo'' actually mines bitcoin using your laptop (too bad on my broke butt) So I had to uninstall. But it not too simple. Heres how I did it.

First go into ''Uninstall programs'' in control panel and search ''SAntivirus''. Now press on it and click ''Uninstall'' Now it will bring you to this popup. click ''REMOVE PROTECTION'' Now it should show a loading screen just wait.

It now asks you to reboot your computer. Reboot and log back on.
If you did turn off your wifi, There should be this ''We've got you covered'' popup. Now check off both of them. click ''Uninstall''. Now you''ll have to wait a bit for it to uninstall. Once done, you've finally defeated this shitware that mines bitcoin.

Some people say it reinstalls when you restart, or you need to delete using program files x86 or regedit, i didnt do any of that shit and it still hasn't reinstalled so if it does, go use program files and regedit or use Malwarebytes.

Atleast I learned a lesson on not to download random shit you find on the web.
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AITA for buying a laptop for university, that I don't use?

I don't know if this is the right sub for this so feel free to delete this mods if this doesn't fit the theme of the sub.
Ok so this clash between my mother and I have been going on for quite sometime, and I want your opinion on it too.
So last week of August I ordered a laptop for myself, as I would have moved into a college in another city, where my university was. My mother insisted on paying for it for no real reason at all to be honest. I'm guessing it was a parting gift or something I really don't know. So came September 3rd 4 days before the semester began for us, and they announced that due to the Covid rates skyrocketing all classes for us will be held online. So I never been to the college or university at all this semester.
My laptop is in my bag waiting to be used for when I go to the Uni in person, but until then I am using my desktop PC as it has a bigger screen and is slightly more powerful with a better microphone.
My mom is kinda going nuts over it, because I don't use it, and it's making me feel bad now to be honest, because I just installed windows on it and never used it again yet. (I will if we go back to contact classes for sure tho, but until then I think I'll stuck with the PC)
So Reddit AITA? (I"m also contemplating mining bitcoin on it, but that would damage the battery which is really important for me)
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Help recovering from old wallet.dat for an old friend.

Hey all,
I've been in the Bitcoin space since early 2012.
I have a situation that I would love to get some assistance with, I will explain the situation momentarily. Please do not message me and ask me for the wallet.dat file it's not going to happen.
I have an old wallet.dat file from late 2012 or early 2013 from a coin I sold to a friend. Tried to recover the coins in 2018 and failed, later found out that someone had access to the computer and could have easily stole them. Would the current Bitcoin Core be able to read an old wallet.dat file, and is there any way to easily view the balance of a 2012 wallet.dat file without having to load the entire blockchain?
In the early days of Bitcoin as many of you OG's know, the only option to securely store your coins was to use the default Bitcoin wallet in a wallet.dat file. A friend of mine was really wanted to invest in Bitcoin but didn't know how, so I sold one to him because I didn't want him to get screwed. I installed Bitcoin QT on their home laptop, had him write down the password on a piece of paper and had him put a backup of the wallet.dat file onto a USB.
Fast forward to when the price went to $20k plus, he calls me up super excited and said he wanted to sell his coin because he could use the money and I encouraged it because from my prior experience I knew the momentum was unsustainable and I had sold a few coins of my own.
Anyway, I go over to his house and we huddle around his computer. He tells me that he upgraded the hard drive in his computer and gave me his old one and I went back to my house to get an external hard drive reader. I came back, booted up his old drive and remembered that we would have to let it sync up in order to get the coins out, and on his internet that wasn't going to happen anytime soon. He gave me the hard drive and I went home and left on Bitcoin QT overnight and in the morning I was shocked to see that there were no transactions on the wallet. Quick note, he had the wallet password in a file on his documents titled "Bitcoin Wallet Password.txt". smh.
I started to panic, and I realized how bad this looked on me. I called him and told him that there were no coins on there and asked if he had his USB stick and he told me he had lost it years ago. I frantically looked through all of my old wallet files to find any transaction that could link to his address, to show that his coins were still in there. After a while I realized I had sent the coins from the now defunct, and had no way to check up on the coins.
I did everything in my ability to try to recover lost data from the hard drive to no avail. I asked him if anyone else has had access to his computer, and then asked him how he replaced his hard drive because I know him well enough to know he wouldn't pull apart a laptop to replace the hard drive. He told me he took it to a shop to have it replaced a few months earlier. I suspect that I'm either trying to view the wallet incorrectly or whoever replaced his hard drive snooped on his hard drive, stole the coins and replaced the wallet.dat file and generated a new one. I have to admit, I was relieved a little bit to have an explanation to coins not being there but I could imagine he thinks I may have had something to do with it. I made a few more attempts over the years whenever I was reminded of the situation to no avail.
We kind of fell out after that and haven't spoken in a while. Recently, I saw a post on his Facebook that his wife is pregnant they are having a baby, and that's why I'm here. I would love nothing more than to be able to message him and let him know that I have 11 grand waiting for him, because I'm certain the money would mean the world to him during such a stressful time.
Any help or insights would be incredibly helpful and appreciated.
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Some sites to make extra money

Hello Fellow Redditors,
I am going to list some of my income sources. I will try to give as much information as I can.
Some details about me:I am u/abhiearns, I am currently studying. I want to create some sort of extra income sources. I have been trying to use beermoney as well as other passive income communities like passive_income, passiveincome to find some sites and sources that can work for me.
Enough with the details, Let start by listing some of my extra income sources.
Active Earning: So, I will start with sites on which you have to work actively and devote some serious hours to earn some extra income. These are some beermoney sites (include survey sites, and other such sites):

Passive Earning (No Initial Investments): These will list some of my passive earning sources, I am not listing my investments here because I think they deserve a separate section.Disclaimer: I have 2 laptops and an extra phone so I use all of them for earning, the payments may vary depending on the number and power of various computers.

Passive Earning (Investments Required): These are the sources which require some sort of initial investment. These sources can be risky and there are chances to lose money.

\** I am still trying other sites and apps. I will keep updating this post.*
These are some of the sources I use to earn, I highly recommend these. I won't say you will become a millionaire using these but still its little more than you had yesterday.
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Python script to take a value off a website and send it to a email or text?

I was wondering if there was anyway to make a python script to take a said value from a website, in my case a offline number that is on a website that refreshes every 5 minutes. I would like to have it set up if that value drops it would either send me and email or a text message. Reason I am wanting to do this is because I work at a bitcoin mining facility that has over 15,000 miners and we have to monitor them constantly. But carrying around a laptop while performing daily tasks is very aggravating and annoying. I know very little about python so if someone could point me in the right direction I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks
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