HoneyMiner is a new software application that enables anyone to earn small amounts of Bitcoins using a laptop. Earlier, the application supports only Windows user but the company recently announced its services for MacOS users.
However, the new launch was as a result of the increasing demand from MacOS users. The development process took only 9 months.
HoneyMiner allows its users to partake in the changing mining pool through the use of its application when the computer graphics processing unit (GPU) is not in use to process pictures and videos.
HoneyMiner centers on mining cryptocurrencies such as ethereum, ethereum classic, zcash, monero and other GPU-friendly tokens. After mining, HoneyMiner converts the earnings/profits of the user into Bitcoin then sends directly to the user’s wallet.
Last year, HoneyMiner’s advisor Noah Jessop, a venture capitalist at Founder Collective in San Francisco made it clear that users do not have to do the maths/calculations or even manage the configurations and settings. The app automatically checks the price of cryptocurrencies for its users.
He also stated:
“We make it so that any surplus compute, so any laptop you aren’t using all the way up to a rig that you run is automatically doing the most profitable computation.”
At the moment, MacOS users can now enjoy the benefits of HoneyMiner. They can now mine cryptocurrencies without stress on the application and earn small amounts on-the-go.
Just like Windows platforms, MacOS users also have the opportunity to acquire BTCs even when they have little money to invest. HoneyMiner also paves the way for a broad range of crypto-mining users, which has had its obstacles to entry rise as really costly.
At the moment, the mining app enables Apple users have seamless mining, a balanced view in Satoshi or USD, quick updates on daily and monthly potential earnings, a full activity log with current mining statistics, currencies, and hardware utilized, a fully-integrated dashboard that works with all Apple hardware, and so much more.
It is important to know that HoneyMiner has the ability to switch between digital assets every ten minutes with the help of its algorithm. However, if a cryptocurrency seems profitable at a certain point in time, HoneyMiner immediately helps to switch to that crypto depending on the block size.
“We are pooling people together to find those block rewards faster. Together, we have a larger hashrate. Not only do we connect you to the blockchain and anonymize you through us, but you also are contributing to what is, in essence, a pool,” The co-founder of HoneyMiner Larry Kom stated to press last year.
HoneyMiner is currently improving on more developments to its different types of users and the launch of its app on MacOS is the first step.
At the moment, the mining application supports three-dozen cryptos including Monero. Lots of customers make use of the app daily ever since the inception of HoneyMiner. According to Jessop, the number of users on HoneyMiner is in the six-figure range and it is now in more than 160 countries.
Its specialized version: HoneyMiner Pro, is currently used by professional miners that need assistance in managing power consumption and alternatives to choosing which cryptocurrency to mine if they don’t want Bitcoin.