Transcript – USB – Bitcoin Mining Setup Guide What’s going on every one? This is Fred and today we’re bad bitcoin mining rig for sale to build a Bitcoin miner. So, if you’re unfamiliar with Bitcoin I do have another video that has all the 10 things that you need to know about Bitcoin. So, give that a watch, get caught up, come back and we’ll get started.
So, here’s all the pieces that you need to start building your own Bitcoin miner. I will place some links to all the parts down below so that you can get started on your project. Now, the first item that you want to pick up is called a Raspberry Pi. Now, this is basically just a credit card sized computer. The next item on the list is just a plastic case for your Raspberry Pi.
Now this is an optional item but I highly recommend it because it will protect your Raspberry Pi in case anything falls on top of it. So, you’ll also have to get an SD card. Now this SD card basically acts as the hard drive for your Raspberry Pi. Now you want to get a 4 gigabyte minimum on this card.
Okay, so this is the actual hardware that mines for Bitcoins. This is called an ASIC miner or a Block Erupter. Now this is basically just a chip that has one job and that is to mine for Bitcoins. It could be powered by USB so you could plug a bunch of these into a USB port.