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Ethereum Miner

In the Ethereum universe, there is a single, canonical computer (called the Ethereum Virtual Machine, or EVM) whose state everyone on the Ethereum network agrees on. Everyone who participates in the Ethereum network (every Ethereum node) keeps a copy of the state of this computer. Additionally, any participant can broadcast a request for this computer to perform arbitrary computation. Whenever such a request is broadcast, other participants on the network verify, validate, and carry out (“execute”) the computation. This causes a state change in the EVM, which is committed and propagated throughout the entire network.

Requests for computation are called transaction requests; the record of all transactions as well as the EVM’s present state is stored in the blockchain, which in turn is stored and agreed upon by all nodes.

Cryptographic mechanisms ensure that once transactions are verified as valid and added to the blockchain, they can’t be tampered with later; the same mechanisms also ensure that all transactions are signed and executed with appropriate “permissions” (no one should be able to send digital assets from Alice’s account, except for Alice herself).

I've mined with Ethereum Miner for some time now and one of the features I like is the possibility to choose between different coins when it comes to payout. It's great not to be locked on to one coin. Depending on market conditions, Ethereum is more profitable than others.
Emma Mill
Market Analyst
My first mining experience, they quickly answered my questions. They sent the ETH of what is mined to my wallet daily. At the time, I can only speak well of this company.
Forex Analyst
I have been using Ethereum Miner since BTC was $100 a coin and it was a great investment to get as much mining power as possible. I continue to use the site and top up when I can. It is a low investment if you believe crypto coin will continue to climb. Thank you Ethereum Miner family. To the moon baby!!
Jack Addy
Web developer