MINE BITCOINR WITH A MACBOOK IN LESS THAN 20 MINUTES!

MINE BITCOINR WITH A MACBOOK IN LESS THAN 20 MINUTES!

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hi I'm Nicolas Chavez I'm the chief technical officer of Bitcoin R and I'm gonna show you how to install the Bitcoin are mining client on your Mac today okay so here's what we're working with we've got two MacBook Pro systems we've got a Catalina and we've got a Mojave the Catalina system has got a 2.7 gigahertz processor with 8 gig of ram
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the mojave processor is 3.1 gigahertz and it's got 16 gig of ram now i'm gonna show the demo today using the system with the lower system requirements which is the catalina system again 2.7 gigahertz 8 gig of ram so as long as your system meets those minimum system requirements we think you could probably mine blocks at least in the early days so let's go ahead and get started with the catalina system okay let's get started it's open Safari go to the Bitcoin r dot org website and
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then let's click mine Bitcoin are okay this is the mining page let's go to a Mac OS X client click it do you want to allow downloads on Bitcoin our org wouldn't say allow and we'll see up here that it has been downloaded show the downloads perfect let's go ahead and get to our desktop
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make this easy on ourselves and we'll just drag it over here to the desktop perfect so let's go ahead and double click it and they make this super simple on Mac couldn't grab the Bitcoin our core dragged it over to applications and drop it okay we see that it's already been placed there sometimes it's hard to know with Mac so we'll just go ahead and say stop and we'll see what we can see there
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we go applications Bitcoin our core double-click it this is developer can't be verified what does that mean okay looks like it's fine on your Mac choose the Apple menu System Preferences click security and privacy and then click general there's the Apple menu go to System Preferences okay clear that out of the
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way then it says to go to security and privacy we see that here okay then it says click general that's up here okay and so now we see the little warning here Bitcoin are was blocked from use because it's not from an identified developer goodness knows what that means okay so let's go ahead and click the lock authenticate we're gonna go ahead
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and type in the password here let's go ahead and type the right password in here there we go and let's just say open anyway okay so it says Mac OS cannot verify the developer Bitcoin arc or are you sure you want to open it click open so we see that we have 24 gig of free space available we need at least 2 gig of data this is gonna increase as the corner gets older as a network and the
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blockchain gets larger currently I think the Bitcoin core blockchain is now 16 gig but it's been around for nine years so this should be fine for a while so let's go ahead and click OK we see the splash screen open up starting up ok we see that it's sinking the header is down here 15.8% complete you do not need to wait for that to get all the way to 100 go ahead and hide this and let's check
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our network connections ok so it's already found three servers three nodes that are actively connected to the Bitcoin our network so we're gonna not click that do not click it because it will disable the network and let's just go ahead and minimize this for now okay great so let's go ahead and get back to the Bitcoin our our website and let's click mine Bitcoin are once again see in the middle of the page will find Mac OS X again right now we want to go
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down to Mac OS X tools and click that button we can see that it downloaded and it downloaded a file called Bitcoin our - tools - Mac OS tar let's go ahead and make this easy on ourselves and put that right there on the desktop again okay and so for those of you who don't
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know a dot t AR file is just like a dot Zi P file it's more Linux compatible which is the system that Mac is based upon so let's go ahead and open it up and it gives us the file folder let's go ahead and stick it over here and pop it open real quick all right now you'll see that there are five items in this folder about twelve point seven two gigabytes now we've got Big Horn R - CLI which is
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the command line interface we've got the transaction engine we've got the configuration file we've got the D file which stands for daemon and then we've got the shell file which is in charge of the mining now all of this we're going to put in different places and so you'll need to follow along and you'll need to do a little bit inside of your Mac terminal which is something that you may or may not be familiar with but don't worry because I'm gonna walk you through it okay let's go ahead and open up another
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Finder window we want to go into applications so if your MacBook doesn't already have an application shortcut on the Finder window or somewhere over here in the favorites a real simple way to access it via the keyboard is by holding shift command and a all at the same time and it'll pop up the applications window
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nice and simple so when we go in here I want you to tap Bitcoin R and I want you to show package contents okay that'll open up a folder called contents we want to go into Mac OS and then what we want to do is we want to move some of these files actually we want to move all of these files with the exception of the
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dot Oh an F file this is actually not my MacBook so I am struggling a little bit with how the keyboard setups are done see if we can get this moved over there we go ah so this has got iCloud drive setup I'm not sure why it has iCloud drive setup again this is not my laptop this
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belongs to my son and I think it's not letting us move any of these files until after this stuff has been uploaded to iCloud Drive okay looks like it's done uploading there we go and now just remove from iCloud Drive I'm really not entirely sure why folks use iCloud drive I'm sure there's a great reason why I'm
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not a big fan maybe I'm missing something okay so let's just go ahead and clean these up go ahead and do it by name okay so now we have one file left in the Bitcoin our - tools - Mac OS folder what are we gonna do with it well we have to put it into a place that this Mac doesn't want us to see which makes it a little bit more complicated than it
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probably should be but it's like I tell people everything on Mac that it's supposed to be hard is super easy and everything that's supposed to be super easy ends up being pretty hard so follow me here you're gonna do fine but first let's go ahead and go to finder okay and let's go ahead and open a new Finder window okay great so first we're gonna go to Macintosh hard drive
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we're gonna go to users and then you're gonna find your username here so go ahead and do that and just click it alright now we're looking for a folder in here that is hidden and instead of trying to unhide all of your hidden folders and so on and so forth we're just going to make this easy we're gonna go up to go at the top of the screen and then we're going to say go to folder okay and then we're gonna type library
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in here you can see it's already populated on mine but I'll go ahead and retype it and then we're gonna click go so it puts us into the hidden folder library the next thing we're gonna do is we're gonna double click on application support okay and so once we're in here we can scroll down depending on what kind of programs you have installed go down to Bitcoin R and double click ok so what we're gonna do this is the directory that we want to put
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this configuration file in so let's go ahead and let's go ahead and grab this configuration file and let's just put it in this folder do you want to remove it from the iCloud Drive yes please I'm not sure why it's up there anyway okay so great now it's where it should be it's worth noting that this configuration file does have a password in it you can use the default password I recommend to change it if you know how to do that if you don't don't worry about it
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okay now we're going to get to the final component of this install that has been quite frankly unnecessarily hard so we have this Mac OS folder up but now we have to open this in something called the terminal well the terminal is a little bit difficult to access because again we're dealing with hidden files so the best way to do this honestly is to
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create an error so let's go ahead and create the error basically says hey Bitcoin are is already running so we say ok sorry about that and then let's grab the path here right here okay just like I'm doing all right and then say copy so this is the path that we're going to need to get to inside terminal so go ahead and bring up
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terminal actually we have to get out because that was terminal so let's bring terminal back up and then we'll type CD for change directory and then let's go ahead and paste it and let's take out that last part of the command so it ends in Mac OS forward slash and let's see if it got us there type LS for list files
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sure did look there we go just like we wanted so now we are in that folder and we can tell then because the files are the same so there's Bitcoin R - CLI and there's Bitcoin R - CLI same thing with - H - AJ so we know that we're in the right place okay now what we're going to do is we're going to make that shell file that mine dot Sh executable now
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that sounds harder than it is okay so we're this is literally gonna take twenty more seconds so we're gonna type CH mo d so we're changing and modifying the file we're gonna type + X and we're gonna type mine dot Sh okay and there we go that's done okay we're almost done here we've just changed the mine dot Sh file our shell file that is responsible for
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the mining activity from being non-executable to being executable now we're actually going to execute the mining program this is how you mine XBR but before we do that let's go ahead and just close out of the Bitcoin our program so let's go ahead and show it we see that all the balances are zero and let's check our network the network is it's got an active connection so that's fine
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so let's go ahead and get out of it so go up to the top go to quit Bitcoin our core okay it says it's shutting down okay great it looks like it's shutdown great let's just go ahead and restart it now so go back down to the tray start it again so that way we can get a nice clean start you can hide that go down here I've got three active connections that's great go ahead minimize that for now okay now
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go back to your terminal window and type period forward-slash mine dot Sh okay and now click return says press control-c to stop mining and when you see these brackets here going down that means it's mining on your MacBook Pro and after a certain number of minutes or hours you may just mine a block of X BR and right now in the beginning it's a hundred X BR
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per block so it's a pretty significant block reward it's not ever gonna get higher than that and so what we can do is we can bring up the Bitcoin our core window and we can have that sitting here boom look at that we just mined a block live on the 14th of April at let's see
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what time 8:30 p.m. and that is the hash of the block so now this MacBook Pro has got a hundred XBR in its wallet we did it we mined a block using a MacBook Pro running catallena on a 2.7 gigahertz processor with only 8 gig of ram you can do the very same thing on your Mac as long as it meets those minimum requirements at least in the early days so don't wait go and install the Bitcoin are mining client on your Mac and start
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mining good luck you

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