Helium is a blockchain network designed to provide wireless coverage to the masses.
Helium is a relatively new blockchain that aims to create a decentralized public wireless network. Decentralized wireless networking has always been my “dream” technology for decentralized systems. Some of the coolest technologies to reduce friction in our daily lives are part of the Internet of Things (IoT), which relies on interconnections between devices to function. The Internet of Things consists of physical devices containing sensors and antennas to connect and exchange information with each other.
How Does Helium Work?
Helium uses a new work algorithm called Proof of Coverage (PoC), and rewards miners in HNT — Helium coin like ETH is to Ethereum — for using radio waves to validate that hotspots are actually providing wireless coverage to devices. Much like Ethereum uses graphics cards to crunch cryptographic hash codes that provide the proof of work needed to validate transactions, Helium miners verify that wireless hotspots aren’t lying about their service by using radio waves to “interrogate” hotspots about their activity.
The market value of ether is self-evident, and there are many miners in real life. If you want to survive well, you must improve the mining efficiency. The following are some personal suggestions for your reference only.
1. Select a suitable graphics card memory
2. Reasonably choose a software suitable for your mining machine
3. Mining machine cluster
Buy more USB mining machines to form a mining machine cluster, and the mining efficiency is greatly improved!
4. Buy an antenna
5. Buy thicker cables