Mine to Earn

Virtual Mining Assets
HELMETS
Helmets are required for all miners except for those miners that operate ASIC mining machines, as these are self contained and the operator is protected inside the machine from rockfalls and noxious fumes.
For miners who are using CPU, GPU and FPGA mining machines, having a helmet with air filters means that if a mine collapse happens then are not prevented for mining for an extended period of time. Air filters on a helmet also ensues that mining progress is not stopped or significantly slowed down when encountering noxious fumes while mining.
Helmets with crests can take more damage/rock falls that those without crests, thereby ensuing uninterrupted mining.
Helmets with ears provide a greater degree of sound awareness for approaching danger
Helmets with lights provide greater situational awareness and enable a increased mining rate of performance
Helmets with horns project aggression and discourage trespassers
Helmet Options include: Light, Color, Air Filters, Crest, Strength (If mining without helmet and rockfall occurs then mining & staking ceases for X days, the harder the hat the greater impact without damage)
Helmet features are unknown when minting occurs and are randomly generated, with more desirable features being rarer and less likely to be minted.
Mining helmet attributes
CPU MINERS
CPU s are the slowest and least efficient class of crypto miners available in the real world and as avatars in Metaverse worlds. These are most effective when mining operations commence both in the real world and in metaverse worlds but become less effective as the popularity of mining increases and corresponding network mining power also increases with the introduction of more and more powerful mining machines such as GPU s.
GPU s come in a variety of models and makes with varying degrees of power and mining effectiveness, in the metaverse the success of your mining operation depends on the power of your equipment, the power draw from your real-world GPU dictates the power it commands in the metaverse and in in turn its mining success. For example, standard CPU's use between 20 and 85 watts, while quad-core processors range from 95 to 140 watts. A CPU that uses 100 watts will generate a miner that will have 100 Virtual Watt (VW) power and will be twice as productive as a miner that has 50 VW of power, it will also require twice the amount of power to mine at 2,400 VWh per day (Virtual Watt hours) as opposed to a 50 VW miner that only requires 1,200 VWh/day.
Each CPU type has its own unique NFT avatar with its power output and mining performance, these can be enhanced by the addition of upgrades such as fans, drill bits and battery packs, the upgrades increase the mining power and power consumption, the trade-off is better chance of mining the next reward but also requiring extra power VWs to run the mining operation.
CPU Options include Color (Intel blue, AMD Orange), drill bits, battery, and fans
Public presale CPU NFT minting does not require real world avatars of hardware oracles however the CPU model and options included are unknown when minting occurs and are randomly generated, with more desirable features being rarer and less likely to be minted.
CPU Power Consumption
GPU MINERS
GPU miners in the metaverse are represented as drills and these NFT's can be minted with or bought
GPU s have been at the forefront of a conflict between gamers and miners, as they could only be used for one activity at a time hashing proof of work coins or playing computer games. A crippling GPU shortage has made buying graphics cards next to impossible, and exasperated the situation and the conflict .
To help combat the dire GPU availability situation faced by gamers, NVIDIA introduced Lite Hash Rate (LHR) technology that put strict limits on the mining performance of select GPU s, ostensibly to get more graphics cards into the hands of gamers.
By using the GPU avatar to mine in the metaverse we have facilitated double dipping which will allow GPU gamers and miners to use their machines in the real world while their virtual machines mine in the Metaverse worlds.
Additionally if you own a LHR GPU its Metaverse mining avatar will be unaffected by the drop in proof of work hash rate as the virtual mining power is dictated by the the power draw of the GPU and additional power draw from upgrades and options that your avatar is fitted out with.
GPU s come in a variety of models and makes with varying degrees of power and mining effectiveness, in the metaverse the success of your mining operation depends on the power of your equipment, the power draw from your real-world GPU dictates the power it commands in the metaverse and in in turn its mining success. For example standard GPU s use between 50 and 500 watts.
MINTING A CPU AVATAR
Your GPU avatar in the metaverse is linked directly to your GPU in the real world and
UPGRADES & OPTIONS
GPU POWER UPGRADES
GPU POWER CONSUMPTION
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