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I've heard good things about Zerocash, though Monero is a very sturdy coin and I see it having staying power. I'm holding 22 right now.Monero. Most decentralized (botnets are more decentralized than Chinese ASIC miners) and most anonymous (mandatory RingCT, no wallet logs by default for plausible deniability).
Even Bitcoin Maximalists tend to accept the legitimacy of Monero, which is extremely rare amongst altcoins.
I haven't really heard of Zerocash until I realized it's the zkSNARKS basis of Zcash which I personally rush mined on launch. Everyone seems to like the concept of zkSNARKS, even Fluffypony (face of Monero).
Pennies. Mining is more about hardware and less about bandwidth, though there may be some big coins getting noticed that profit from sharing bandwidth instead of using hardware to mine.What sort of income in cybermonies could I expect from that?
Absolutely notDo you keep kosher?
I live in a no-oven household and use magnetic induction to cook.Are you a fan of ovens?
Not a lot, use a hashrate/algo calculator to get a better idea.At the moment I have an old laptop connected to the wireless that I use to keep a bunch of synchtubes going.
What sort of income in cybermonies could I expect from that?
You should own some amount of BTC at minimum. Once you have BTC you can consider looking at altcoins. Cryptocurrency isn't investing, it's speculating.What would be a good starter coin to invest in?
Mining? It depends on your electricity costs, and your ability to scale. Speculative mining is gambling, but you can win big. Day trading is definitely a job, and most people fail and lose more money than they would have got if they just bought BTC and held it without touching it.Is it even possible to make a living off of this? Or is it just a way to extra dough along with a regular job.
Yes, no.Can I buy people with cryptocurrency
and IF SO where links?