To begin with, let me explain what cryptocurrency mining is. Mining is the use of the power of a computer (graphics card, processor, etc.) to compute complex mathematical problems. An important fact, however, is that with each calculation, the mathematical problem becomes more difficult. Therefore, with each successive attempt, the computer becomes more and more difficult. This is also why Bitcoin has slowly but surely become a cryptocurrency that is not good for mining or investing.

Choosing a cryptocurrency for mining is a trickier topic than it appears. This is because one must take into account the computer power required to compute a single hash (mathematical problem). You must calculate the average power required by your computer. Then, it is good to know well the computing power of your machine. This is, in fact, absolutely essential to estimate how much cryptocurrency you can mine in a given amount of time. After that, you need to convert it into Czech crowns. However, one must also consider that cryptocurrency mining consumes a large portion of the power of the machine being mined. This often makes it impossible to do anything else on that computer or server.

How do I increase my earnings? It is very simple. Since revenue depends on the overall performance of a computer or server, it stands to reason that increasing revenue requires increasing performance. Of course, increasing performance may mean investing in a new graphics card or processor. Currently, the best graphics cards cost tens of thousands of dollars, so they are not really inexpensive. But if you have the money to spare and want to invest in this. The people who were making money mining when bitcoin was popular were running their mining programs on whole building servers, and they were making a lot of money from it. No wonder the price of one bitcoin reached nearly $20,000 at its peak. At this time, people interested in bitcoin were really making a lot of money.