Nebra HNT Outdoor Hotspot Miner
Introducing the Nebra HNT Outdoor Hotspot Miner
Earn HNT cryptocurrency by mining
Helium and building coverage for The People’s Network using the Nebra HNT Outdoor Hotspot Miner.
Anyone can join The People’s Network and provide hundreds of square miles of wireless
network coverage, while mining HNT on the Helium Blockchain just as hotspot miners do. Also, the Nebra HNT Outdoor Hotspot miner comes in three different frequency variants. This miner earns the cryptocurrency HNT when devices connect., and for validating wireless coverage delivered by peers. Using a system called Proof-of-Coverage, Hotspot Miners earn more HNT when they’re in
range of other miners, but need to be at least 300 metres apart.
How do you mine Hnt tokens?
We believe that in any space there will always be a space for beginners to feel comfortable, not be intimidated by the fact that they are new to the space so if you are new to
Helium mining, here are some few words for you. Mining HNT is done by installing a simple device on your office window. That’s it. Seriously. Hotspots provide miles of wireless network coverage for millions of devices around you using Helium LongFi, and you are rewarded in HNT for doing this. Hotspots provide miles of
wireless network coverage for millions of devices around you using Helium LongFi, and
you are rewarded in HNT for doing this. And because of an innovative proof-of-work model (we call it “Proof-of-Coverage”), your Hotspot only uses 5W of energy.
How to Determine Profits
Determining HNT mining profits isn’t as simple as Ethereum or other Proof of Work blockchains. With HNT, your profits can vary considerably depending on the state of the Helium network in your area. As we discussed, miners can earn HNT for serving the wireless hotspot, initiating/completing challenges, and witnessing challenges. This means that if you live in an area without any other miners, you
will earn less HNT than an area that allows you to interact with other hotspots. However, it is a
balance since there is a point where more hotspots don’t help to witness or initiate more challenges — a saturation point. The network favors broad coverage over extremely dense coverage. So, once there are enough hotspots to cover an area and issue/witness challenges, additional hotspots will start to reduce profits.