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Android wallet/mining

Discussion in 'Mining' started by Commodore64, Aug 28, 2014.

  1. Commodore64

    Commodore64 Quarker

    Anyone have any profitable results from a droid?
    Does the droid wallet actually mine?
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  2. Mako

    Mako Quark Supporter Staff Member QuarkTalk Custodian

    no the android version is actually just a basic wallet you can't mine with it.
  3. JayeK

    JayeK Quarker

    I tried on Crypto Miner on Android Play store for fun. More of a learning tool than an actual miner, but it can be done.
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  4. Gerard5OiSub

    Gerard5OiSub Quarker

    In a couple of years droids will be more powerful than an average desktop pc (and Intel staff will be hitting their heads on the wall). :D
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  5. Doddy

    Doddy Quarker

    I bought my first droid (tablet) device the other day and put the Quark wallet on there. I'm really impressed with it! It's easy to use and I like the QR Code feature. Last night I transferred some quark from my laptop wallet to my tablet and it was only 10 seconds before I saw the amount arrive. I was demonstrating, trying to explain the basics and concept of crypto to my mrs and she was impressed too. Bye bye big banking corporations (fingers crossed)
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  6. enLighteN85

    enLighteN85 Quarker

    i would not try to mine from your mobile on any coin, its coin to net next to nothing and risk your phone turning into a paper weight. Wallets for mobile on the other hand are great :)
  7. Jamochlon

    Jamochlon Quarker

    Unless it's using Proof of stake and not proof of work.

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