Connect with us


What is There to Know about Electroneum Mining



Electroneum mining

Electroneum is often considered to be among the newer coins, which is why information about it can be scarce. This also includes Electroneum mining, which is why we will explore this topic today.

Before we start with explaining Electroneum mining, a few words about the coin itself are in order.

About Electroneum

Electroneum (ETN) is a cryptocurrency that was created only last year, in 2017. It has come a long way since then, and it is currently ranked as 46th largest coin by market cap. Its current price is $0.0197 per coin, while its market cap is at $158 million.

Electroneum’s goal is to make cryptocurrencies available to everyone. This is one of the main reasons why Electroneum mining can be done via computer and mobile phone alike.

The process is also very simple, and it only requires a few clicks. Even so, the process of mining itself will likely seem pretty complicated for all those who are not exactly technical type.

Electroneum is based on another cryptocurrency — Monero. It also shares Monero’s views when it comes to privacy and security, which gives it a quality that not a lot of cryptocurrencies have — fungibility.

However, Electroneum also differs from Monero since Electroneum’s team tried to make it as easy to use as they possibly could. This is important, since the coin’s goal is, once again, to make it available to everyone.

Electroneum mining

Mining Electroneum is not as complicated as it is with a lot of other digital coins, and users with some prior knowledge about mining processes will likely agree. This was done on purpose since the team wanted to create a coin that will be easy to mine as well as to use.

Because of this, Electroneum uses a mining code that is resistant to ASIC, which is what makes it different from most other cryptocurrencies. ASICs are expensive computer chips that were created for the sole purpose, and in this case, that purpose is to mine cryptocurrencies. However, Electroneum doesn’t need them, and you can easily mine it even with a regular smartphone.

During Electroneum mining, miners receive rewards for validating transactions and “solving” blocks. Electroneum’s current reward includes 6,413.56 ETN ($136) per block.

Of course, if a miner is part of a mining pool, the reward gets split between users belonging to that specific pool. While anyone can win this reward, the process requires a lot of power.

The more of it the miner has, the bigger their chances for solving the block. In mining pools, this reward gets shared among all the pool members, regardless of which node actually solved the block.

Obviously, this means that there are two ways to mine Electroneum — solo mining, and mining as part of a pool.

When it comes to solo mining, it is only suitable for those with very high computing power. The advantages of solo mining are quite obvious — there are no pool-joining fees, no middleman, and you can get the entire reward. Additionally, pools can get hacked, and Electroneum mining pools were hacked in the past. As for disadvantages, the biggest one is that it requires time, and often a lot of it.

On the other hand, there is an option to mine a part of the pool. This is the best option for most miners since it gives them a portion of a reward with no need for special hardware, or even that much of computing power.

Users will simply combine their computing power with others until the block is solved. The size of the received reward depends on the amount of contributed computing power. That way, the process is simple and fair to everyone.

For the global insights every crypto trader must have, apply for Elite membership!

Disclaimer: This article should not be taken as, and is not intended to provide, investment advice. Global Coin Report and/or its affiliates, employees, writers, and subcontractors are cryptocurrency investors and from time to time may or may not have holdings in some of the coins or tokens they cover. Please conduct your own thorough research before investing in any cryptocurrency and read our full disclaimer.

Image courtesy of Pixabay


XNO Token of Xeno NFT Hub listed on Bithumb Korea Exchange



Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 25th January, 2021, // ChainWire //

Xeno Holdings Limited ( ), a blockchain solutions company based in Hong Kong, has announced the listing of its ecosystem utility token XNO on the ‘Bithumb Korea’ cryptocurrency exchange on January 21st 2021.

Xeno NFT Hub ( ), developed by Xeno Holdings, enables easy minting of digital items into NFTs while also providing a marketplace where anyone can securely trade NFTs.

The Xeno NFT Hub project team includes former members of the technology project Yosemite X based in San Francisco and professionals such as Gabby Dizon who is a games industry expert and NFT space influencer based in Southeast Asia.

NFT(Non-Fungible Token) technology has recently gained huge focus in the blockchain arena and beyond, making waves in the online gaming sector, the art world, and the digital copyrights industry in recent years. The strongest feature of NFTs is that “NFTs are unique digital assets that cannot be replaced or forged”. Unlike fungible tokens such as Bitcoin or Ether, NFTs are not interchangeable for other tokens of the same type but instead each NFT has a unique value and specific information that cannot be replaced. This fact makes NFTs the perfect solution to record and prove ownership of digital and real-world items like works of art, game items, limited-edition collectibles, and more.

NFTs are already being actively traded in markets globally. For…

Continue Reading


Should Crypto Projects Devote Resources to Community Growth and Marketing?



2020 has been an incredible year for crypto as investors have generated windfall profits and crypto projects have seen their businesses gain the spotlight they’ve been looking for.  While Bitcoin has received most of the attention after major institutional investors announced they were accumulating the increasingly scarce asset, many altcoins have also seen their fair share of glory.  When looking at all the big winners of the past year, the first project that probably comes to mind is Chainlink, having appreciated by more than 550% YTD and now valued at over $4.5 billion.  But, the actual biggest winner of the year is HEX with a YTD return of over 5,000%.

I mention both of the above projects as they have each taken slightly different paths to achieve greatness.  Chainlink has devoted resources toward building a fundamentally sound business with many strategic partnerships while HEX has spent vast sums of money on marketing and promotion.  Both approaches are valid, but one thing is certain, it is absolutely imperative for crypto projects to let the crypto community know what makes them special.  Of course, one of the reasons that makes crypto so valuable is the powerful blockchain technology that most projects are utilizing.

Cryptocurrency vs. Blockchain Technology

It’s important to make a distinction between blockchain technology and cryptocurrency.  Although they are often used interchangeably, they are different.  Blockchain technology and crypto were both created after the 2008 financial crisis, but cryptocurrency…

Continue Reading


XENO starts VIP NFT trading service and collaborates with contemporary artist Hiro Yamagata



Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 24th December, 2020, // ChainWire //

The XENO NFT Hub ( will provide a crypto-powered digital items and collectables trading platform allowing users to create, buy, and sell NFTs. Additionally it will support auction based listings, governance and voting mechanisms, trade history tracking, user rating and other advanced features.

As a first step towards its fully comprehensive service, XENO NFT Hub launched a recent VIP service to select users and early adopters in December 2020 with plans for a full Public Beta to open in June 2021. 

“NFTs are extremely flexible in their usage, from digital event tickets to artwork, and while NFTs have a very wide spectrum of uses and categories XENO will initially focus its partnership efforts and its own item curation on three primary areas: gaming, sports & entertainment, and collectibles.”, said XENO NFT Hub president Anthony Di Franco.

He also added “This does not mean we will prohibit other types of NFTs from our ecosystem However, it simply means that XENO’s efforts as a company will be targeted into these verticals initially as a cohesive business approach.”

Development and Procurement Lead, Gabby Dizon explained, “Despite our initial focus, we found ourselves with a unique opportunity to host some of the works of Mr. Hiro Yamagata. We are collaborating with Japanese artist Hiro Yamagata to enshrine some of his artwork into NFTs.”

Mr. Yamagata has been…

Continue Reading

Press Release