No coding background needed, Step-by-step Tutorial: Setting up a QKC Miner with AWS
The release of QuarkChain Testnet 2.0, especially the opening of mining functions, has stimulated the enthusiasm of many community members to participate. The popularity has exceeded our expectation. In just few days, more than 1,000 nodes joined the testnet for mining, and the number of nodes is still increasing rapidly. However, at present, the participation method based on Docker is not very appropriate for those who have no programming background or experience in using Docker. This prevents many community members who are eager to try but have no technical background. Since we announced Testnet 2.0 mining event, we have received many questions and requests from community members with weak programming background, such as “How can I participate in mining by using computer with Windows system?” or “I’m not a programmer. How can I get started?” We feel the great enthusiasm and expectation from community members. In order to further reduce the threshold of participation, to enable more people to join in testnet mining, to understand QuarkChain’s high throughput, more flexible characteristics, and to participate in our mining events to win community points, we prepare a simpler, more adaptable, and easier guide for non-technical miners. This guide will step-by-step guide you to use the Amazon Web Services (AWS) to quickly deploy QuarkChain clusters and participate in mining event in a short time. No matter what kind of system and configuration you have, whether you have programming experience or not, as long as there is a computer that can be connected to the Internet, following the tutorial, it is easy to realize 24-hour all-weather mining without supervision.
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