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What Is Handshake Mining? How To Mine Handshake

If you're looking to mine Handshake at warp speed, you will need a Handshake Mining Rig, also known as a Handshake Miner. There are several out there, but the best of the bunch is the Coinmine One. Here, we'll walk you through the basics of Handshake Mining and Handshake Miners, and explain why the Coinmine One is king.

Before we turn our attention to the best Handshake Miner, we ought to look at Handshake Mining as a principal. In a nutshell, all transactions sent through a Cryptocurrency rely on a network of computers, referred to as Miners, to solve a small computational process to confirm it's legitimate before the transaction is logged.

But how does that earn you money? Well, when a Handshake Miner solves the aforementioned computational process, the Miner (this time referring to the person behind the computer) is credited a small transaction fee in the same Cryptocurrency the transaction is based in — the more processes solved, the more transaction fees earned.

What Is A Handshake Miner?

A Handshake Miner, otherwise called a Handshake Mining Rig, is a computer setup that has been built to mine Handshake (aka Handshake Mining). They aren't intended to be used as a regular computer, so you won't find Microsoft Windows on board, let alone software like Microsoft Excel. Instead, they have what it takes to mine — and that's it.

What Is The Best Handshake Miner?

We'll cut to the chase: The Coinmine One is the best Handshake Miner (or rather, the best Handshake Mining Rig). It's quiet, efficient, and best of all can switch between different tokens in a mere matter of seconds. Decide you'd rather mine Bitcoin for a while? Just fire up the Coinmine application for Android or iOS and make the change.

Related: How To Mine Bitcoin

Frankly, you will struggle to find a better Plug-and-Play Miner than the Coinmine One. After all, where else can you find a Handshake Miner that emits less sound than an AC unit, draws less power than a PlayStation 4, and can be set to mine other Cryptocurrency on the move with the tap of a button? The simple answer is you can't.

Here's a look at all the Cryptocurrency a Coinmine One can mine:

  • Bitcoin (BTC)
  • Ethereum (ETH)
  • Grin (GRIN)
  • Monero (XMR)
  • Zcash (ZEC)