BlockCDN TV Box Miner Uses Spare Bandwidth to Make Coin
Community Reassured Software ‘Absolutely Safe’On the Bitcointalk forum, in contrast to ICO offerings proclaiming huge long-term profits in the past, BlockCDN also appears to be gaining a broadly positive reception. Responding to a user query following flagging of the miner as “behaving similar to spyware,” Long reiterated that the software was “absolutely safe.” He said:
BlockCDN mining is absolutely safe. It won’t come into contact with your wallet key and password, and so on. It just collects your extra uplink broadband.The ICO meanwhile is due to end in three weeks’ time on December 26. As of Sunday, just over 12,000 ETH had been collected, out of a total goal of 150,000. Ethereum itself is also receiving votes of confidence despite its rocky year and still reeling with the fallout from the DAO hack. In September, Andreas Antonopoulos said he thought the altcoin had “had a mulligan,” but that there was no success without prior failure. “You don’t get to the moon without a few blown-up rockets along the way,” he said during an Ethereum Q&A in San Francisco in September. What do you think about BlockCDN and its miner? Do you think Ethereum is still profitable? Let us know in the comments below!
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