Most important thing: mining Burst coin doesn’t stress your PC – it doesn’t use your GPU and it takes about 0.5% of your CPU occasionaly. You can use your PC as always while the coins are being mined. This tutorial will show you how to mine Burst coin even if you’re a complete newbie 🙂
Also, I found the existing tutorials missing a few important steps so everything that is needed is pointed out in this one.
At first you may find the whole process a bit complicated but it’s really not, plus completing each objective is satisfying 😉
I found a good analogy of mining Burst on the Burst coin forums: each of your allocated GB HDD space is a lottery ticket. With each new block (about 4 minutes) there is a lottery. If you have the right ticket – you win. You don’t have to have every number right – even a partially win gives you something.
Now about this one I can not tell much yet because I’ve got 930 GB allocated and I’m mining for 3 days now. The first day I’ve got 16 coins ($0.01), the next day 24 coins (almost $0.02) and the next day 76 coins ($0.06). I don’t know if the reward variance is that high or the longer you mine, the better the daily reward is. Also keep in mind that you can accumulate the coins and wait for higher prices.
After all, the miner can sit in the background, doing it’s job and you want even notice it. If you have some large unused HDD space, mining Burst coin may be quite profitable and fun. Plus the Burst wallet has some cool features that I’ll be writing soon so please feel free to follow me 😉 If you have any questions – go ahead and ask in the comments. Cheers!