Mining is a commonly used term in the modern era of digital decentralized cryptocurrency. It is different from the old dictionary meaning of the term “mining” that refers to excavating the earth deep to excavate mineral ores, but we are not referring the same terminology here. Mining in the context of cryptocurrency transactions is the process of adding transaction records in a blockchain. The transactions are virtual and the details of the sender and receiver are not revealed, thus, maintaining the complete anonymity of the entire transaction. Every transaction that follows the previous one remains synonymous.
Android miner for uPlexa mining
You might have heard the term “uPlexa mining” which is the process of adding transaction records to the uPlexa private ledger of past transactions. It is the same blockchain technology because the past transaction ledger is a chain of blocks, i.e., blockchain. This blockchain transaction is a confirmed power transaction that uses computing power. So, there is nothing special in uPlexa mining compared to the commonly used cryptocurrency mining. You can mine on any of your computing devices such as PC, tablet, Raspberry Pi, TV, and more. You can even become Android miner by mining on your Android mobile phone. All you need is internet access and the processing power on the uPlexa network.
How you become an Android miner
How you may become a uPlexa miner for your Android platform? It’s simple. You can download uPlexa miner on your Android mobile device by visiting on the website uplexa.com. After completion of the download, you can install the Android application package (APK) file for the UPX Android miner. You would need to go to the setting page to enter your uPlexa wallet address. It is recommended to adjust your settings of 50% of CPU usage or 2-4 threads. Everything is ready by now and you can click on the “start” button to proceed within the application.