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Is the mining of Bitcoins and other cryptocurrencies via Android mobile applications profitable?

If you're reading this in 2009 then by all means fire up that T-Mobile G1  and start mining bitcoin.

If you are reading this in 2018 them just forget about mobile mining. First, I guarantee at least a few of those Android "mining" applications are scams. Google Play could do a lot better policing that area but for some reason they don't. Also, if you're going to pool mine you're far better off using a desktop computer plugged into an electric socket. Mobile phones really aren't designed for mining and you're just using up the phone battery's life even faster.

My advice is mine cryptocurrency through ASICs or just do PoR using Gridcoin because that kind of crypto mining benefits science.


I guess, it is profitable although the profits are relatively small as we just use the mobile which is the only cost and no hardware cost or other operational cost. It takes loads of patience like earning steem on musing or steemit. Slowly it adds up. 

I am growing my satoshis using www.bitfun.co where after every three minutes one satoshi is given. In a bout a day of gathering satoshis, i guess on average it take many hours to create that many satoshis. But i only do it when i am free. I just press to claim satoshis which can be converted to bitcoins. 

Free things need time to earn. I guess everything has a price. It is still not too late to mine some amounts of bitcoins even if those coins are not much. Maybe one day bitcoin will shoot up in price again and those little bitcoins we earn can get us something. 


Mostly mobile application are fake and if some application is work properly its give your very small amount of BTC . Some application contain too much add on it when when payout day reach they cant work and apply some condition like referral or reach target amount etc. 

If we use desktop for mining this is logical because in this way mining sites use your computer process if your processor is high your daily mining is high .

So application is not much profitable then home mining system .


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 In the ongoing past, Bitcoin mining is likewise conceivable on the Android stage; some Android applications enable you to mine Bitcoins. Be that as it may, the thing about mining Bitcoins is that it is an extremely equipment serious assignment; so except if you have the latest, forefront Android telephone, don't hope to get far. Additionally, remember the vitality necessities expected to keep your Android-controlled while running these mining applications. That is the reason PCs or servers are frequently the best choices.

You can mine different cryptographic forms of money utilizing your Android gadget. In any case, once more, it isn't that gainful. When you begin mining on android you are associated with a pool. Pools are a gathering of mineworkers cooperating to mine Bitcoins and they toward the end split the benefits.

You can attempt your fortunes with the accompanying Android applications-

LTCMiner – This application, presently in beta, enables you to mine with the Litecoin pool, one of the more prevalent Bitcoin mining pools. The application has little to offer other than system settings, however, it's justified, despite all the trouble for the Litecoin pool bolster.

DroidMiner– This is an Android application that gives you a chance to mine Bitcoins, it is additionally used to mine Litecoin ( another digital money ) in the Network pool.

Remember that, until the point when Android equipment gets a whole lot quicker, you wouldn't mine a ton of Bitcoins with these applications. For instance, following 8 hours of mining on one of the above applications, you can just make 0.0005 Bitcoins.

Before beginning mining on your portable, you ought to presumably attempt the PC mining of Bitcoins as mining of Bitcoins on a cell phone may end up being an incredible misfortune. 


no. Most of them are scams anymore and even the guys running the huge rigs are barely breaking even anymore if not making a loss. 


No, except Electroneum