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What will be the fleet management trends for this year?
The year 2020 was disruptive in many ways and we are all looking forward to 2021 for a great recovery in all walks of our lives. However, the new normal will continue for some time but we all hope to go back to normal soon. This also hold true for  Mining fleet management stakeholder and fleet operators, as they too hope to get back on the road to recovery. But, what are the trends that we see coming up this year? We present some points here. Getting Back to Normal. Businesses surely have to focus on safety protocols and sanitisation, forced upon us by the COVID-19 pandemic that caught us all unprepared. This is also for the safety of professional drivers and staff we have working with us. Safety as Priority Companies following the safety protocols dictated by the Coronavirus pandemic, will keep focus on safety as a whole while dealing with speeding, distracted and dangerous driving, in this year with support of technologies like telematics and IoT. It’ll help in cutting costs, pushing up productivity and help improve driver safety. Remote Fleet Management ‘Work from Home’ has dominated 2020, supported by remote work apps, the internet and compatible devices. Fleet management software too has been especially important during this period. Cronj FMS software has the ability to give access to fleets from anywhere, via networks and portable devices constantly, for greater visibility and continually monitoring operations. Tech & Data Trend With the advent of new technologies, fleet operations may need new features and tools. For instance EV fleets are expected to multiply and this will impact on costs, maintenance and process, including safety gadgets. An FMS solution is usually scalable to support your growth plans in future, like what cronjWireless provides. Budgets & Recovery Because of the negative effect of the virus outbreak, long term and short term budgets are important in 2021, significantly affecting the operating methods. Rising costs remain a top challenge for budgeting. Fleet Utilisation Another trend will be maximum fleet utilization, as operators had cut down use of vehicles during the lockdown. Older vehicles with more miles left will be deployed in the year and delay replacement. Right-sizing of the fleet to maximise utilisation will be a priority for fleet managers. Changes in Regulations Governments have changed regulations to control the industry and meet the new challenges brought about by the pandemic spread and subsequent lockdowns. These modifications for the fleet industry are likely to continue, affecting accountability and sustainability. Cronj FMS software is capable to identify operational inefficiencies, compliance irregularities and other discrepancies. With the advent of connected cars, electric vehicles, IoT and automation, the FMS software will also develop to assist managers and fleet owners to address issues, rectify them and empower strategic decision-making for higher operational efficiency and to overcome future challenges, even unforeseen ones. Conclude Hence, Fleet Management software applications in future are going to be Mining Fleet Management Software   using hi-tech devices, mobile apps  and data analytics, ready for future and the digital world. For any interested person/manager  a  ‘Demo’ can be arranged for better understanding of our FMS software solution. Kindly contact us and we will respond to you as soon as possible.
ETC Mining
First you need a wallet There is multiple options. You can mine directly to your exchange using the deposit address for ETC. - Or you can create a wallet using for example Jaxx. - many other options Find a mining pool - Again, many options... I use: https://woolypooly.com/en/coin/etc Download a miner. - There is many mineres that will work. You need to find a miner supporting the videocard that you will use for mining. The miner should then support either Nvidia or AMD. For example lolminer, gminer, teamredminer and t-rex Edit miner config -Now you need to edit the configuration file in your miner-folder. -Edit the mining-pool setting and wallet And you are good to go! A low rate of found blocks means that you "sample" the reward / difficulty curve less frequently. that curve can have large swings, depending not only on the netdiff (changes slowly) and coin value (more dynamic), but also gas income (depends on network activity, can be very dynamic, but peaks tend to be short-lived). this can create false perceptions of a pool's efficiency: while rewards on "fast" pools are skyrocketing, a "slow" pool may never get a sample of a high-value block during one of these rushes. it seems that some miners pay great attention to such details, and jump ship quickly. if course, you also have a chance of getting a high-value block that is above your average income, but people tend to be less sensitive to good news than to bad news, so a slot pool will end up being seen as less competitive, even if it's doing everything right. At 100 MH/s, you'll have to wait, on average, for about 40 days until a block is found. as if you were solo mining. if the pool pays whenever a block is found, you average wait will be somewhere between 10 days and half a year, but more extreme values are possible, too. with such a low hash rate, i'd look for a bigger pool. and if you're along on a pool, and have just a single machine, then using a pool doesn't make much sense anyway.
Joining an Ethereum mining pool, a good decision?
Since the inception of cryptocurrency, Bitcoin was the most highlighted one and it indeed has gained a handsome amount of value in the market. While the Bitcoin is enjoying the momentum constantly, Ethereum was introduced, and it also began to gain its value in the market. At present, there are four types of major cryptocurrencies available out there, and Ethereum is one of those. There are mainly two different kinds of mining take place, solo mining and mining pool. To compare both with each other, you will find that mining pool is the most highlighted and the most benefited one. To describe mining, it refers to a group of individual miners who work together to mine cryptocurrencies – in this case, Ether. Advantages OF Mining Pool Given the fact that mining pool is the most powerful and effective way of getting your hands on cryptocurrency, it basically means you are going to combine your hash power with other miners in a mining pool, so that you can increase your chances of successfully mining a block together. In addition, a mining pool helps to lower the volatility of your payouts. Experts suggest that collecting a small part of the entire pool’s Ethereum reward frequently or sequentially is wiser than going for the large payout after finishing the whole mining process. In other words, miners in a mining pool generate blocks more quickly, which produces a consistent and steady reward stream rather than irregular or one-off rewards. Disadvantages of Mining Pool Mining pool fees Coin has both sides. Likely, mining pool has both advantages and disadvantages to offer to its users. Of the disadvantages, mining pool fees is one of them because while you are in a group for mining crypt, you may have to share or need to share Ethereum reward with the members of that group. You also need to make sure the fees are offset by the potential returns. Choosing a mining pool If you have decided to opt for the mining pool, it is important that you choose a mining pool and guess what, this is one of the most crucial part before start mining your crypto. Besides, it’s also important to think about the server location of the pool. The closer your mining rig is to the server, the more efficiently it can mine. Before shaking hands for mining pool, it’s wise to have a good idea looking at the minimum payout of the mining pool to ensure you won’t be waiting too long between payouts. It is worth mentioning that different mining pools have different reward schemes in place, such as “pay-per-share”, which pays instantaneous payouts according to each miner’s contribution, and “proportional”, which distributes rewards according to each miner’s shares at the end of a round. Rated Mining Pools Ether mining pool has approximately 25% of the network’s hash rate and is used by more than 60,000 miners. That means Ethermine charges a single 1% fee for all received ETH rewards and offers both mobile and desktop versions.