The Handshake (HNS) project is gaining more attention as it receives more support from services that allow users to sell or buy hash power, such as NiceHash and MiningRigRentals (MRR).
Handshake – it is a decentralized, non-privileged naming protocol in which each node checks and is responsible for managing the root DNS naming zone to create an alternative to existing certificate authorities and name systems. Therefore, NiceHash has just added support for buying and selling hash rates for the Handshake algorithm on its platform and most recently added support for HNS mining in its specialized multifunctional software for miners – NiceHash Miner 188.8.131.52.
Of course, you can also use Mine Handshake (HNS) GPUs using the latest standalone GMiner or NBMiner standalone software miners, although GPU mining may not be as profitable with the BlackMiner F1 series FPGAs, offering slightly better performance with lower power consumption compared to GPUs. Unfortunately, at the moment, if you hosted FPGA BLackMiner, you obviously cannot use them with NH or MRR, therefore these services are available only to users who have their own miners and do not use HashAltcoin hosting services! However, you can still make some profit or make a longer bet on HNS mining using GPUs or on the purchase or sale of the Handshake hashrate until June, when we expect the HIC Hummer Miner Mars H1 Handshake (HNS) miners to join to the network and significantly surpass any existing mining option on the GPU or FPGA at the moment.
The Handshake Coin (HNS) is a mechanism by which participants transfer, register and update names on the Internet. The community will be able to initiate auctions and bid for top-level domains using HNS, or trade their HNS, as they see fit, with different values for the name. HNS coins can already be mined on GPUs using mining software such as NBMiner or GMiner, and mining began just a few weeks ago, and the project is already gaining significant interest. HashAltcoins also added support for HNS mining using their FPGA miners, although the hashrate and power consumption are not much better than the 1080 Ti mining GPU. Chinese ASIC producer Hummer Miner also announced that it will release the HNS ASIC miner, which is scheduled to begin in May with an expected speed of 75-80 GHz / s.
The good news is that some HNS coins have yet to be mined using GPUs; the coins are already listed for trading on Gate.io and HotBit. There are several mining pools available for HNS, and F2Pool is currently the largest in terms of hashrate …
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