How To Mine Ethereum: The Easiest Way

There are a number of different ways to mine Ethereum, the easiest being with a Coinmine One. That's because it takes the hassle out of what could otherwise be a somewhat confusing process; just pull it out the box, plug it in, then use the companion application for Android and iOS to set it to mine Ethereum.

For that reason, it should come as no surprise that the Coinmine One is one of the best Ethereum Mining Rigs on the market, emitting less sound than an AC, while pulling less power than a PlayStation. It's also incredibly easy to use, with everything being controlled from your smartphone or tablet, so long as you have an Internet connection. 

Granted, we're a tad biased ... but that's not such a bad thing. We worked long and hard to create a simple, efficient, quiet, and feature-packed Miner that's compatible with most tokens — and that's exactly what we did. In addition to Ethereum, the Coinmine can also mine Bitcoin, Grin, Monero, and Zcash, with more set to be added soon.

We crunched the numbers and it turns out Mining is the cheapest way to amass Cryptocurrency in 2019. Right now, Ethereum has a token value of $215. If you were to mine that using a standard Mining Rig (not a Coinmine, which uses a lot less power), you'd be forking out around $152 to cover the cost of the electricity required to do so.