In this E-Book, I am going to share my project in creating a Bitcoin mining polmine bitcoin exchange, which I started in June 2011. I will try to include everything from beginning to the end with as much detail as possible.
Most of this project was trial and error, so I will do my best to note each step of the way with all the pros and cons. I would beleive this to the most complete guide currently available for helping people understand the basics of Bitcoin mining, and actually being able to delve into it as well. Please keep in mind that my Bitcoin operation is completely handled under Linux operating systems, however I do have a few Windows based Bitcoin miners so I will provide notes, guides, and best practices for that OS as well. Also note that many of the references that I make in this E-Book are in regard to my person Bitcoin mining rigs. Below are the 10 steps to getting your bitcoin mining rigs running. Hopefully, I will be able to answer all your questions later in this E-Book. Assuming you are not solo mining, you will need to create account with 1 or more bitcoin mining pools.
You will need to find a good place that you can keep your bitcoin mining rigs. Somewhere they will not be bothered. No kids, pets, weather, or other interferences. You will need to ensure that wherever you keep you bitcoin mining rigs you have: An internet connection, enough power, and a suitable operating temperature with enough airflow. Discussed in section 6, 7, and 8. Determine how much money you have, and want to invest in bitcoin miners. Weigh the profit, loss, and risks.