You mine 0.00000000 btc per second.
You can mine for bitcoin by hand, if you want.
This is generally considered a bad idea. You'll get 0.00000001 bitcoin per click.
Hey, maybe you should get some statistics about how much things cost.
Some guys took Satoshi. Maybe it's some Wall Street bankers, maybe it's the PayPal mafia. But my money's on Paul Krugman.
Whoever they are, they want 1.00000000 btc for Satoshi's ransom. And their demand is increasing every second.
You won! Yay!
Figure out a way so that you don't have to calculate as much to mine a block. While this would normally be a PhD thesis in computer security, or at least a promotion at the NSA, but you're using it to save a dude you've never met. Good on you.( pants btc )
This is an ancient calculating device. Unfortunately, you don't actually know how it works, so it won't help you mine any faster.( btc )
Get a calculator. You can write 5318008 on it, and it has Drug Wars. I guess it'll also double your mining speed.( btc )
Hire a mathematician away from the top-secret government facility she works at. She'll help you out, for a price.( btc )
Buy a pickaxe to help you mine. Sure, now you complain that the "mining" analogy doesn't make sense.
They said that in the Gold Rush, the people who made money were the people selling pickaxes to the miners. What does that say about this game?( btc )
Whoa, you can mine bitcoin on computers now?
This was a really early computer that you stole from Harvard. Not cool, buddy. It's slow, but it sure beats doing the math in your head. Each one mines bitcoin per second.( btc seconds )
You have 0 installations of Mark I. You must have a lot of room.
This is the first microprocessor that you could buy. Or, at least that someone could buy. Ok, the public could buy. It has a 4-bit instruction set, so you stapled 16 of them together and installed the 64-bit version of . These mine btc per second.( btc seconds )
You have 0 4004 chips. Good thing they'reit's small.
16 bits? What, do they measure this like bandwidth? Don't we really care about bytes? Anyway, these mine btc per second( btc seconds )
You have 0 8086s.
Upgrade your 8086s to 80286s.( btc)
Not Intel Celerons, these are the top of the line model. At least, they were in 2000. They mine btc per second( btc seconds )
You have 100 gigabytes of ram, but only 0 Pentium 4s.
A tiny, simple cpu. If you strap a battery to it, you could mine in your pocket! This is impressive unless you have pockets large enough for your laptop to fit in. Anyway, each arduino now mines btc per second.( btc seconds )
You have 0 pairs of jeans with embedded chips.
So it turns out that you can mine a lot better on your GPU than you can on your CPU. You don't understand the details, but it's something about video games being isomorphic to fiscal policy.
This was IBM's first graphics card. It was powerful enough to push sixteen colors over one hundred thousand pixels. That translates to btc per second. This was more impressive in 1981, especially because bitcoin wasn't even created for almost thirty years.( btc seconds )
You have 0 cards.
If you believe nvidia, it's the first GPU. If you don't, it's a pretty crappy bookmark. Either way, it mines btc per second.( btc seconds )
You have a GeForce 0 tornado.
Like a pencil, OpenGL is an API for drawing graphics. Unlike a pencil, OpenGL takes advantage of your graphics card to work really fast. Or something. I don't know; check out the wikipedia page. What I do know is each version of OpenGL makes you more btc per second.( btc seconds )
OpenGL is at v0.0.
Figure out whatever it was that took forever to be delivered, then sell it for cheap, but with a 1% chance of being delivered per second.