A new Bitcoin mining simulator will give you the chance to see how Bitcoin is mined.
According to the company, the “Bitcoin Simulator” will “allow you to see and experience how Bitcoin mining works, how it is made, and what it is used for”.
The company said it had received “over 200,000 requests” for the simulator, which costs $59.99.
Bitcoin miner Simulator.
Image: Bitcoin Simulator.
Image the image to see the image in the simulator.
The software will also let you “invest in real Bitcoin” as well as “invest with bitcoins”, the BBC reported.
A Bitcoin simulator, or bitcoin mining simulator, has a “microprocessor that mines bitcoins” and “mines the bitcoins that are produced”, according to the website, which sells the machines for about $1,500 each.
“Bitcoin mining simulator is the most advanced mining simulator on the market,” the website said.
“It will allow you to learn the technology behind Bitcoin mining and also how it works.”
The Bitcoin Simulator website, pictured, said: “Bitcoin Mining Simulator allows you to simulate the mining process.”
Image: Bitcoin simulator.
The website said it “aims to provide a fun and easy way to get started in the Bitcoin mining community”.
“The Bitcoin simulator will help you gain valuable knowledge and experience that will help your future mining operations grow.”
“If you have any questions or have any feedback please contact us at [email protected],” the site said.
In February, the Bitcoin Foundation announced it would “release a bitcoin simulator” in response to concerns over Bitcoin’s price.
“The bitcoin simulator will be an open source project and open to the public,” the foundation said in a statement.
“It aims to provide the most accurate and up-to-date information on Bitcoin mining.”