Pentati turns to 21st century mining

Monero XMR


Leading the way once again with technology on the island Pentati has become a crypto currency mining community.

Monero (XMR) is a privacy focused Cryptocurrency. Mining Monero can be a profitable venture due to its cryptographic algorithm which is resistant to ASIC's mining. Since this means that anyone with a CPU or GPU can mine for Monero we are asking our visitors to support the Pentati Village Project and undertake some web based mining for us.

How to mine for Pentati:

All you need to do is click to start mining and leave this web page open in the background whilst you continue to use your computer or mobile device. Simple!

We thank you very much for your support!




How do I do it?
Click the 'START MINING' button on the green widget above.

Does it cost me anything to do?
No, it uses only some of your device's processing power to solve complicated calculations, this makes hashes; and the hashes in our case mount up to make the crytpo currency called Monero (XMR). Whilst your computer or device is on anyway you can just run this in the background. If you find your browser is freezing or your device is running too slowly whilst mining please use the controls to lower the SPEED rate.

Does I need to install any software?
No, the software required is the widget on this web page.

Does it download anything to my computer or mobile device?
No, the mining widget is browser based.

How long do I need to do it for?
As long as you like. We appreciate any help at all. The more hashes that are made the more Monero we will have to help with repairs and improvements throughout the village.

About the settings:

This is the number of hashes you are making per second.
TECHNICAL INFO: Hash per second is an SI derived unit representing the number of double SHA-256 computations performed in one second, referred to as hash rate.

This is the number hashes you have made in the current mining session so far.

The default of 4 is fine for most modern day computers and laptops but please feel free to experiment and change this setting.
TECHNICAL INFO: Each thread requires 2MiB of memory. That's because an instance of CryptoNight hash function requires a 2MiB scratchpad. If it can all fit in CPU cache it is much faster because RAM is much slower compared to CPU cache. So, as a rule of thumb, if you divide your CPU cache with 2 and you should get the optimal number of threads for mining with your computer.

The default is 90% which again is fine for most modern day computers, laptops and mobile devices. If you find that your web browser is freezing or you are unable to use your computer with this running in the background then please lower the speed rate to suit.