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|Feb 25, 07:41pm PST|
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This is a reference site to view your computer's hash rate.
Hash rate refers to how fast your computer (CPU) can compute the output of a hash function.
If you submit your name or website, we'll track your total hashes for you. If your total hash amount reaches the top 10, we'll display your name or website on the Leaderboard automatically.
For instance, if you submit
example.com to the Leaderboard, the page will refresh to your unique hash rate tracking URL:
You can then load that URL on as many additional number of computers as you like to increase your total hash rate count.
Excellent. If you are in a mining pool such as Minergate, you can compare your hash rate here vs. what your mining pool claims you have.
Using a hash rate calulator is useful for cryptocurrency miners. A higher hash rate is benifical for crypto mining as you have a better chance of finding the next block and being awarded bitcoins or another valued cryptocurrency.
Yes, try joining a mining pool like Minergate. You can make cryptocurrency, and once you have cryptocurrency, you can keep it, sell it, etc... How much you get depends on a variety of factors. In general here are some tips to earn more:
Things that don't really matter:
Hash rate is measure in hashes per second. Basically, how many times your computer can calculate the output of a hash function.
1000 Hashes/second = 1KH/s
1000 KH/s = 1MH/s
1000 MH/s = 1GH/s
1000 GH/s = 1TH/s
1000 TH/s = 1PH/s
Yes, but you need to make sure you're computing the same hash function. Above, you're computing the hash function CryptoNight. This is a hash function used by Monero, a cryptocurrency. If you're looking for your hash rate for Bitcoin, you would want to calculate SHA256D (double SHA256) outputs.
The live rankings are currently measured every 2 minutes, therefore you will see it listed as approximently hashes/sec instead of exact. The test at the top will give your browser & device's exact hash rate.