Joined: 27 Mar 16
My name is Anders and i am a new user here. (From Norway).
I have a few questions if some one can answere me.
Never done somthing like this before. It`s kinda "Grinding/mining" i guess.
Little hard fore me to understand that what i am doing now can help......
Understanding that a computer use mine to calculate somthing, but like what?
I know in BITCOIN world they use like a ANT miner that is like:
AntMiner S5 ~1155Gh/s @ 0.51W/Gh 28nm ASIC Bitcoin Miner
can use this fore helping you in resertch?
If not, why`?
I also have a cellphone that i use. And i have make a team called; Norge, Drammen.
And in the phone/software i cannot see anywhere that i can find a team and join theme. How to join?
Mvh Anders, Norway
Joined: 27 May 07
From the top of the HOME page:
"What is SETI@home?
SETI@home is a scientific experiment that uses Internet-connected computers in the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI). You can participate by running a free program that downloads and analyzes radio telescope data."
No, you can't use ASIC because ASIC means "Application-specific integrated circuit"
So ASIC developed for the specific purpose "Bitcoin Miner" (I think they calculate SHA-256) can't be used here.
(Only if someone develops ASIC for SETI@home (or at least for Fast Fourier Transform (FFT)) it may (someday) be used)
What Hardware/OS can be used (Applications available):
More links with info (some are written >10 years ago - the look of the program is different but the principles are still relevant):
Team is per account, you are now in "Norway, Drammen"
Any computer/phone you attach/add to this account will automatically be also in the Team
(i.e. your account is in a Team, all devices that add credit to your account will also add the same credit to the Team)
- ALF - "Find out what you don't do well ..... then don't do it!" :)
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