Mining MBC

There are several ways
you can mine MicroBitcoin.

Mining is an essential part of the MicroBitcoin Ecosystem.
Miners contribute to securing the protocol in order for transactions to be safely transferred
between peers and are rewarded for it in block rewards and transaction fees.

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How to Mine MBC

First of all you should generate MicroBitcoin address using paper wallet .
(Make sure to save the private key generated)

CPU Mining

Use cpuminer-multi
./cpuminer -a rfv2 -o stratum+tcp://POOL_ADRESS:PORT -u YOUR_ADDRESS -p x

AMD Mining

Use WildRig Multi or nicehash/sgminer
./sgminer --algorithm rfv2 -X 512 -g 2 -w 128 -o stratum+tcp://POOL_ADRESS:PORT -u YOUR_ADDRESS_HERE -p x --gpu-platform 1 --thread-concurrency 1024


Use CUDA Miner
./ccminer -a rfv2 -o stratum+tcp://POOL_ADRESS:PORT -u YOUR_ADDRESS_HERE -p x

Where to Mine MBC

Mining Information Channels

Mining Reward

MicroBitcoin Block Reward

The ratio of the increase in total MBC supply in relation to existing BTC supply will be applied to the block rewards.
In other words, since the Bitcoin transaction is currently being done at 12.5 BTC per block at every 10 minute interval per block, MBC, which is 1/10,000 of BTC, will provide block reward, according to the formula below:

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MicroBitcoin Reward Halving

After the fork, MicroBitcoin follows Bitcoin in a very similar manner - every 4 years. The next estimated reward halving is as follows:

MicroBitcoin (MBC) Halving Image

Next Reward Halved at Block Height