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mine Monero (XMR) and embody
Over the last few years we have seen an increased drive within the autonomous dance scene, collectively organising parties via the blockchain – Cryptoraves. These communities use mining as a ticket entry point via friend2friend networks. Over the years this has produced a tight knit community and spawned various other cells and node projects. Since 2018 the foundational group has decided to expand the social novel beyond its own cliques and networks by opening raves to the public, the first taking place at panke.gallery in Berlin, the second in Barcelona.
Due to the success of that night, collectively we have decided to continue to host public and private Cryptoraves for those who wish to visit or become an integral part of the network globally both on and offline.
JOIN US FOR THE CRYPTORAVE OF YOUR LIFE.
Mining points of reference Unlock entry and location by mining.
⤻4h to unlock new rave life identity
⤺5h to unlock your core network
⤻6h to unlock cryptorave reader.
⤿10h to unlock your ticket
Why do I get a new identity?
The Cryptorave scene is both a political and social space in order to protect this nuance and eliminate outsiders and insider clique substructures, as a community we decided all Cryptoraves will become spaces of Real Game Play (RGP).
What is Real Game Play?
Real Game Play (RGP) was coined by Omsk Social Club in 2017 and acts as a mutated form of Live Action Role Play (LARP). Larp is a form of role playing game (RPG) where the participants physically act out a given character actions. RGP is the act of performing a meta-structure of yourself and your new identity. We call this bleed.
Why are you re-appropriating Life?
We re-appropriate Life out of fascination. What lies beyond the standard state of perception is commonly based on cognitive emotions and experience. Real Game Play allows us to tap into that and use lucidity as a form of direct action to live in another mode, idea or life for an extended periods of time.
Why do I have to mine my ticket?
The Cryptorave community uses cryptomining as a sustainable method to fund Cryptorave events. When you press mine, your computing power joins up with another miner/s and is added to the mining pool. This pool generates cryptocurrency over time, which creates the value which we use to produce the Cryptorave network. In essence instead of giving us ten euros you give us computing power as payment.
Will it hurt or reduce the strength of my computer?
No, mining will not hurt your computer. While mining, you are donating part of your CPU computing power, which may reduce the speed of your system temporarily and make your CPU fan audible but it won’t damage your computer.
What is crypto mining and what are cryptocurrencies?
Cryptocurrencies are digital assets designed specifically to work as mediums of exchange. They use cryptography to secure their transactions, control the creation of additional units, and to verify the transfer of any asset.
One of the unique aspects of cryptocurrencies is that they use decentralized control as opposed to centralized electronic money and central banking systems. The decentralized control of each cryptocurrency works through a blockchain, which is a public transaction database, functioning as a distributed ledger.
One of the first decentralized cryptocurrencies was Bitcoin, created in 2009. Since then, numerous other cryptocurrencies have been created such as FairCoin, Swarm Coin, and Ethereum.
OK but why do you mine Monero?
Monero (XMR) is an open-source cryptocurrency created in April 2014 that focuses on privacy and decentralization. Monero uses a public ledger to record transactions while new units are created through a process called mining. Monero aims to improve on existing cryptocurrency design by obscuring sender, recipient and amount of every transaction made as well as making the mining process more egalitarian.
This makes Monero different from public-ledger cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and makes it just right for our privacy-conscious network.
But I still don’t understand how or why you get money from computers?
In cryptocurrency networks, mining is a form of validation when creating transactions. For this effort, successful miners are rewarded with cryptocurrency assets. Some miners have decided to pool resources, sharing their computer processing power over a network of users who split the reward equally, according to the amount of work/power they have contributed to the mine probability of finding a block. A "share" is awarded to members of the mining pool who present a valid partial proof-of-work (POW). The Cryptorave circuit pools all there resources and puts on events instead of creating multiple pay outs to individual users.
What happens to the value mined through this website?
The "shares" mined through this website go into a shared wallet controlled by the Cryptorave network. These funds are then directly dissolved into the Cryptorave parties and bring you an autonomous dance party experience.
What exactly happens to my computer when I mine via a URL?
How much do I have to mine to join the party?
⤺4h to unlock new rave life identity
⤻5h to unlock your core network
⤺6h to unlock cryptorave reader.
⤿10h to unlock your ticket
I have a problem and need your help. What should I do?
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. In your email please state your browser version and cryptorave ID, which you'll find in the notifications on the mining page.