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In light of some recent awesome events in the Bitcoin mining sphere, I was inspired to set up my own small, four million hashes per second (MH/s) solo mining operation and see how I could improve it. A couple of the aspects that I thought could use some work are related to connectivity and in making my setup the most “pure” in the sense of decentralization and trustlessness.

So, I initially began digging into how exactly one solo mines in today’s exceedingly industrialized mining world. I’m not interested in pay-per-share pooled mining, since that drains any of the fun of solo mining, and introduces some trust. I want to directly contribute unadulterated hash rate security to the Bitcoin network.

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