No Tech Expertise Needed for Mining Cryptocurrencies on easyMINE, ICO Underway

Mining is one of the essential operations in the cryptocurrency industry, which also happens to be energy and cost intensive. easyMINE seeks to create a platform that will make it easy for small- to medium-sized entities to mine cryptocurrencies with ease. The aim of the platform is to remove the jargon and technicalities from mining operations. easyMINE aims to create a leveled environment in which players can easily mine cryptocurrencies of their choice through just a few simple clicks. Miners can easily set up their mining rigs and manage them with little or no technical knowledge.

easyMINE has been designed with the end user in mind. What the developers seek to do is to create a clean and straightforward platform that is easy to use. Newbies can simply let the rigs run by themselves, automatically. The system has been configured to automatically look for the best cryptocurrencies to mine to ensure maximum profits for users at all times. Advanced users, on the other hand, can enjoy precise control over the mining process, as well as a variety of monitoring and reporting tools.

In order to make its mission of enabling everyone to mine cryptocurrencies successful, easyMINE is holding a token sale. Those who would like to be part of this initiative can participate in the crowdsale and purchase EMT tokens. The tokens are the preferred method of transaction over the platform and will also be tradeable against other cryptos at a later date. The sale is scheduled to end on October 21.

When it comes to crowdsales, there is always some apprehension about a project’s credibility. Considering the growing number of fraudulent ICOs, one can’t blame the community for having their doubts. This is why it’s important to emphasize that the technology enthusiast and entrepreneurs behind easyMINE have been in business for over a decade and worked on a variety of projects. Each team member brings to the table their own expertise in industries like e-commerce, financial systems management, systems security, mobile applications, etc.

Moreover, the team’s involvement in cryptocurrency mining helps them understand the challenges faced by the community when it comes to setting up and managing mining rigs. The easyMINE software is built by miners for miners—and it is already running over 100 rigs at the team’s own mining facility.

Another important factor is the progress of the project itself. Where many projects attempt to raise millions of dollars armed with nothing more than a concept and a whitepaper, easyMINE is already operational and entering the beta testing phase. The platform is currently undergoing hardware compatibility tests, and the team expect that it will control more than 1,000 mining rigs by the end of the year.

The easyMINE system will soon be available in public beta, where everyone will be able to download and use it. As the developers work on further improving the software and fixing any remaining issues, investors and cryptocurrency enthusiasts can avail themselves of the opportunity to participate in the crowdsale and become part of the exciting project.


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The work that goes into running a successful and profitable cryptocurrency mine is complex and exhausting. As digital currencies have boomed, so have mining operations—big and small. But, by design, mining has also become significantly difficult.

Casual mining, or hobby mining, is slowly becoming a thing of the past. Those who want to stay in the mining game constantly look to improve, innovate, and keep up with the profitability curve.

Controlling all the variables of a mining operation to keep it running smoothly requires a lot of man-hours and plenty of complex balancing: from energy consumption to performance gains to stability. This is not always possible for mere humans to get right, but easyMINE believes it has a smart solution: the Intelligent Mine Management Platform.

Intelligent management

Mining requires careful optimization of dozens of operating parameters. To leave these in the imperfect, analog hands of human managers is not only expensive and time consuming, but also intrinsically inefficient.

For easyMINE, the answer involves essentially removing the need for human supervision—but not by simply automating the process of running a mining operation.

The easyMINE team has put forward a technology that not only controls basic settings and eliminates downtime caused by crashes and freezes, but also has the ability to learn.

Autonomous Cryptocurrency Mining Controller

At the heart of easyMINE is the Autonomous Cryptocurrency Mining Controller (ACMC). The ACMC utilizes a three-level semi-neural architecture inspired by current research in machine psychodynamics and fuzzy knowledge processing. Explains Dr. Andrzej Buller, the team’s machine learning expert:

“What we have in mind reaches far beyond simple automation. Our system will be capable of ‘learning’ from prior ‘experience,’ drawing informed conclusions from accumulated data and applying them to new situations.”

Three levels of efficiency

Developed specifically to maximize efficiency in mining, the ACMS is responsible for: firstly, reducing downtime; secondly, actively improving overall efficiency; and, finally, implementing long-term operating strategies.

Level one of the ACMC handles crash prevention and response. This is intended to minimize unnecessary system downtime by anticipating and averting freezes, reboots, and shutdowns.

More impressively though, easyMINE claims that, at the second level, ACMC actively seeks to improve the overall efficiency of the mining process by modifying various operating parameters and evaluating the resultant patterns of behavior.

Finally, thanks to its self-evaluating and self-modifying capabilities, the ACMC learns from its own mistakes in order to enact a long-term strategy that will be best suited for the user’s mine.

Gearing for Launch

The team are eager to point out that easyMINE is not just a idea, but a working product. At the moment, the system is used to run their own mining operation, where it successfully controls several dozen machines. Invitation-only beta tests are set to commence in a few weeks, with open-access beta to follow shortly thereafter. Full release is planned for 2018.

The easyMINE ICO, ongoing since August 24, has raised approximately 1 million USD for further project development. The crowdsale will continue for another month.

Managing a cryptocurrency mine is a complex and time-consuming endeavor. To ensure profitability, a delicate balance of performance, stability, and energy consumption must be maintained—a task which requires careful optimization of dozens of operating parameters. Thanks to easyMINE, however, the entire process may soon be completely automatic.

The easyMINE mine management platform promises to effectively remove the need for human supervision from the cryptocoin mining equation. “What we have in mind reaches far beyond simple automation,” explains Dr. Andrzej Buller, the easyMINE team’s machine learning expert. “Our system will be capable of ‘learning’ from prior ‘experience,’ drawing informed conclusions
from accumulated data and applying them to new situations.”

The underlying technology—dubbed the Autonomous Cryptocurrency Mining Controller (ACMC) —will utilize a three-level semi-neural architecture inspired by current research in machine psychodynamics and fuzzy knowledge processing.

The first level of ACMC will be responsible for crash prevention and response. This is intended to minimize unnecessary system downtime by anticipating and averting freezes, resets, and shutdowns. Any action taken at this level can be overridden by a second-level decision.

On the second level, ACMC will actively seek to improve the overall efficiency of the mining process by modifying various operating parameters and evaluating the resultant patterns of  behavior. Second-level algorithms will allow ACMC to deliberately perform risky actions—in other words, to experiment—in order to learn from its own mistakes or increase the chances of finding an unexpected solution. In contrast to classic automation paradigms, ACMC’s method of negotiating contradictory perceptions will be modeled after the human decision-making process.

The third level will be responsible for the implementation of long-term operating strategies. This will involve selecting optimal configuration settings based on general performance recommendations provided by a human operator. The recommendations may concern, for instance, the relative importance of energy saving or the degree of risk-taking to be employed by the system.

Significantly, individual ACMCs will be able to share their experience with one another in order to improve the performance of the entire mine. For instance, the analysis of the interdependencies between various GPU settings in any individual machine—and their impact on the overall effectiveness of the mining process—will allow these settings to be optimized not only in that
particular unit, but also in other units sharing the same or similar hardware configuration. “We are certain that, thanks to these [self-analysis and self-optimization] algorithms, easyMINE will deliver excellent hash rates, high levels of stability, and reduced operating costs,” sums up Andrzej
Belczak, the project’s co-founder and CFO.

easyMINE is scheduled to launch in 2018. To fund further development of the project, 27,000,000 easyMINE tokens (EMT), based on the Ethereum Classic platform, will be offered for sale during a 30-day Initial Coin Offering event later this summer. The tokens will be listed on cryptocurrency exchanges in the third quarter of 2017.
More information about the project is available at: https://easymine.io

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJU4dj3cEQo – this is how easymine beta version work