Ethereum is the second most popular cryptocurrency, of course after Bitcoin ($BTC). $ETH is of course built on blockchain and features smart contracts functionality. Another interesting feature in ethereum is tokens. Ethereum tokens are local currencies in DAPPS (decentralized applications) running on the Network, while Ether remains the global currency. In order to transact tokens, we will need an Ethereum wallet. Below I will show how to setup an Ethereum wallet and address for sending and receiving Ether and Ethereum tokens. Previously, I have written about how to setup a Monero ($XMR) wallet and address, read it here. Before that I suggest using a saferRead More →

A while ago I setup altcoin mining in this blog site, read about it here. I’m starting to get fractions of $XMR, so figured to setup a Monero wallet for it. I simply followed CoinHive‘s recommendation (also several articles I read) and created one on MyMonero. When you create a wallet, it come with an address. So, here’s how to setup a Monero wallet and address for your mining activities and also to start transacting. Before you start, I suggest using a safer browser. I used Tor Browser. Download it here:¬†https://www.torproject.org/download/download-easy.html.en. Monero Wallet Tutorial On mymonero.com, click on “Create an Account.” You will be directedRead More →

After several days trying it out, finally announcing that I’m using Coinhive’s Simple Miner UI, a Monero browser mining simple interface, on this blog site. You can find it now on one of my post Blog ideas. Monero browser mining So… it looks like a usually ad, but its not. It a simple banner that let’s my visitors contribute to my site. Rather than clicking on ads they might be interested in, this new service from Coinhive uses my visitors computing power to mine an alternative cryptocurrency, Monero. Visitors just need to click on the “play” button, which is user consent. I strongly disagree withRead More →