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Cryptocurrency mining explained for beginners

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With the recent shortcomings, the fate of cryptocurrency in India is still unsure. Even though various media groups have posted the Panel favours ban of cryptocurrency, the case is still pending. But if you're interested in what the Department of Economic Affairs of India has to say about cryptocurrency, you can check out the signed report and bill that will be presented to Central Government for their verdict from this link: https://dea.gov.in/sites/default/files/Approved%20and%20Signed%20Report%20and%20Bill%20of%20IMC%20on%20VCs%2028%20Feb%202019.pdf Anyway moving on to the topic in hand, since this is not a political blog and I'm not interested in pointing out the inadequacy of our ministers, let's check out how can a noman mine cryptocurrency and what is the future of cryptocurrency? Explaining Cryptocurrency The accountability of cryptocurrency is dependent on the miners that act as a witness to a transaction. These witnesses in return

How to use ads.txt file in Blogspot Blog

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Google Adsense recently rolled out a new requirement to be met so that your ads are displayed properly. That is to use proper ads.txt file. If you have logged into your Adsense recently you would've seen the warning of earnings at risk. If you click on "fix now" you'll get to see a page where you can download your ads.txt file. If you're running a blog or website on private hosting by simply going in the file explorer of your host and upload the file in the root directory. In the case of Blogger/Blogspot, Log into your Blogger account and select the blog you want to set up ads.txt file for. In the left-hand side menu, you'll find Settings. Go to Search Preferences and under monetization enable Custom ads.txt Open your ads.txt you downloaded from Adsense.com and copy the content from this file. Paste the content the editor you get after enabling custom ads.txt See images below in case of any doubt. Settings>Search Preferences>Monetiz