Mobile Miner 2.0

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MasterMind 2 min read · February 17, 2021
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The first version of our mobile miner released in 2020 has received a lot of positive feedback from the community. It has been praised for its ease of use, attractive graphical interface, and great performance on mobile devices.

However, one of the most common pieces of feedback that we received was that the application did not support older devices based on ARMv7 architecture… it’s now a thing of the past!

This new version of the Mobile Miner corrects several shortcomings of the previous version and includes many improvements:

  • Support for ARMv7 devices
  • Support for older Android SDKs
  • Revisited UI/UX
  • Setup Wizard
  • New Payout Widget
  • Hashrate and Temperature charts
  • Updated statistics, balance and payouts
  • Get Support page
  • Better stability
  • Fixed minors bugs

And obviously, the application still provides these nice features from the first version:

  • Two layers of temperature control to prevent your device from overheating (our AMAYC machine-learning algorithm and a static guard)
  • Based on Panthera, our efficient and mobile-friendly PoW algorithm
  • Control over intensity and temperature thresholds
  • Detailed mining log

Our vision has always been to democratize cryptocurrency usage and to provide a simple and efficient option for all devices, anywhere in the world.

This new version is in line with this vision and sets us apart from other projects offering mining applications.


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