Dogecoin had a great weekend with the help of Elon Musk.
Doge 4 Teachers: More than $1,000 in dog money supports under-paid teachers.
On the one hand, F2Pool mines Dogecoin through merge mining and distributes Dogecoin to Wright miners to increase mining revenue. With the addition of Dogecoin, miners digging Litecoin in the fish pond are basically equal to 0 fee. On the other hand, it is also thinking about whether there are other coins to mine the Litecoin mining machine in the hands of miners. F2Pool is currently online currency, there is a DGB (scrypt algorithm), which can be mined with Litecoin miners. Before the halving, DGB mining revenue may be 80% of Litecoin, but after the halving, it is quite 1.6 times that of Litecoin, which is relatively attractive and can help Litecoin miners through a relatively difficult time
According to the XOXOEX platform, it has opened Dogecoin (DOGE) recharge and withdrawal business, and online DOGE/USDT, DOGE/BTC, DOGE/ETH trading pairs.
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As a result, some miners are now using solar energy to run equipment for mining. For example, Reddit user "cadese" claims he is using solar panels to mine, significantly reducing the cost of mining (see figure below)
Musk's latest attempt is to disrupt the Dogecoin community, shortly after the memes cryptocurrencies became popular.
Founded in 2013, the team invented China's first ASIC Bitcoin miner, Avalon, which now holds 19.5% of Bitcoin's total computing power
Until the early 2000s, as a hiring manager, I rarely saw a candidate applying for a software engineering job without a four-year degree in computer science. If I receive such a resume, I won't hesitate to throw it away. By the late 1910s, at least half of the job applications I received were from applicants without a formal degree in computer science. Now, as a computer science professor, I often encounter students dropping out of school after a class or two because they get a job as a programmer (usually not a good job, not a job they can do, but a job with the title of "developer")