Cudo Miner Announces Collaboration with Beam for Mining Purposes
- Cudo Miner offers the ability to mine multiple coins with impressive rewards.
- After a vote within the community, the platform added the Beam Coin.
In London, Cudo Miner is a platform that allows for cryptocurrency mining. However, in an effort to expand the reach of their services, the platform is now partnering with Beam, which is based on the Mimblewimble protocol and centered around blockchain and cryptocurrency. The partnership will make it possible to use the Cudo software for mining the Beam Coin.
Beam coin is now available on Cudo Miner! 🚀
— Cudo Miner (@CudoMiner) July 18, 2019
Cudo Miner only recently added Beam to their platform, following a vote in the Cudo community with the use of a user voting system. The vote was regarding the next cryptocurrency that users wanted to add to the platform, which shows how Beam is starting to be regarded as a leading privacy coin, which is highly scalable.
With this new partnership, the miners will have the opportunity to mine and hold Beam, which allows miners to greatly benefit from the improvements made to profitability. Miners end up with a greater choice of profitable coins when it comes to mining since the profitability algorithm with Cudo holds many more coins and chances to earn more.
The CEO of Cudo Miner, Matt Hawkins, stated, “Beam is a project with a huge amount of potential. Its strong community following, combined with mining profitability, means it’s the perfect coin to add to our mining platform. By working directly with the Beam Team, we’re ensuring our mining software will be as profitable as possible for mining Beam.”
Hawkins added that this new collaboration shows that they are the “best software provider on the market.” He expressed faith that Beam is becoming a cryptocurrency that miners are interested in mining and that they are “pleased” with the addition that the community selected.
The CMO of Beam, Beni Issembert, added that the Beam network needs to mine as part of their security and that it ensures that the miners are their “first circle of partners.” Like Hawkins, Issembert stated that their cryptocurrency and blockchain is “pleased” to be involved and that they are ready for a future of collaboration with the Cudo team.
At the moment, Cudo Miner 0.19.7 is available to use as an installer with Windows, Linux, macOS, and the new CudoOS IMG file. There are multiple remote management features, making it possible to manage any involved divorce, check health, and chart earnings per coin. Anyone to download the platform can mine Beam immediately when they visit http://bit.ly/CudoMinerBeam.