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welcome to the crypto rotator! Here, you can claim on faucets with ease and the rotator is also fast and responsive, you can even read facts about bitcoin on the sections after you claimed on the faucets.I hope you like it, and if you do then please share it to others. Cheers!

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  • facts about Bitcoin
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some facts:

what is bitcoin? Bitcoin is the first cryptocurrency that emerged in 2009 by an unknown person our group named Satoshi Nakamoto. It's connected using peer-to-peer network and everyone that uses bitcoin is apart of the bank of bitcoin. It's decentralized, which means that every transaction you make is anonymous and nobody will know who sent the transaction. Not even the government can monitor your transaction. It is using the algorithm: SHA-256, which is a complex mathematical algorithm used to verify the transactions made on the block chain. The process is called mining.

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what is the blockchain?

The block chain is the ledger of all transactions that has been made with bitcoin or any altcoin. It's managed by the peer-to-peer network and every transaction on the block chain are called blocks. The peers connect to the bitcoin network are validating every new bitcoin or altcoin transaction so that it will become a genuine transaction and not a double spend transaction.

The first conception of the block chain was created in 2008 by Satoshi Nakamoto and was used in the bitcoin network to save the transaction. Every valid block are found by miners who verifies the incoming transaction and store it in the public ledger.

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what is mining?

Mining is when you crunch the numbers of a transaction to confirm it's a legitimate transaction, it's solved using complex mathematical algorithms. When a block gets mined, it gets put into the block chain, and the miner who mined the block gets a reward of 12.5 BTC (as of 2017). every 4 years, the reward halves. In 2020, the reward will be 6.25 BTC per mined block. But, as more people start joining in, the higher the difficulty gets to. In the early days when bitcoin was worth $0.01 and when the difficulty was low, the CPU of your computer was enough to mine bitcoins. But the problem was that it was power consuming and that it got slow overtime as the difficulty started to rise. Later, in 2010, the first bitcoin miner was released. It was faster, but still power consuming. But then, in 2013, they released ASIC miners (Application-specific integrated circuit) which was a lot faster, while using less electricity. It was a huge success, outclassing CPUs and GPUs in terms of mining. Nowadays, it's impossible to make a profit mining bitcoins with a PC.

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