Mine Pi on your phone

in #crypto15 days ago (edited)

Pi is promoting their eco-friendly mining experiment! I have been tapping my app confirming my presence daily and invited friends to join my security circle.

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I am sending you 1π! Pi is a new digital currency developed by Stanford PhDs, with over 10 million members worldwide. To claim your Pi, follow this link https://minepi.com/darkflame and use my username (darkflame) as your invitation code.

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Want to know more? Here is a great write up.

Pi Nodes use an algorithm based on the Stellar Consensus Protocol (SCP)

https://capital.com/pi-network-pi-coin-price-prediction-2021-2025

They were testing a wallet a few weeks ago so we should be getting close to this becoming a usable currency. There are millions of people mining Pi on their phones every day!

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I'm also mining Pi. I have been for a few years now. I have almost 4000 of the things. I'm not sure if we will ever get to mainnet and wallets... If we do, I expect a massive sell off and drop in the price before it finds it's price. If it is done well, it could grow. I am not expecting to be rewarded too much for clicking 3 times on my phone once per day for 2 years... but I have been surprised in the crypto world before.

Thanks for sharing, I am hoping for the best also. It is barely an inconvenience to confirm my presence.

well... here is hoping!


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I had another friend send me their referral today, so its still growing!

Crossing my fingers


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I am also mining Pi on my phone. Any idea how we might add each others security list?

My discord ID is:
My Technology Trail#0074

You can only add members you have invited to your security circle.

So any idea how I would invite you for example?

No you can only invite new users who then can be invited to your security circle. The way stellar consensus works is "federated Byzantine agreement (FBA). FBA achieves robustness through quorum slices—individual trust decisions made by each node that together determine system-level quorums." Pi uses a variation of this.