This guide provides a comprehensive walkthrough for new users on how to start mining Novo, a Layer-1 blockchain, using their graphics cards on Windows machines. It covers everything from setting up a wallet and preparing the system, to configuring the BZMiner software, and finally fine-tuning the graphics card for optimal performance.
The Novo community has once again shown its incredible generosity and enthusiasm by not only meeting, but also doubling the fundraising goal for the upcoming Hackathon. With the funds secured, we're now all set to launch this exciting event, focusing on Wallets, Mining Apps, Smart Contracting, and Development Libraries.
Today Novo was listed on the Dutch-based Txbit exchange, marking a major milestone in its growth strategy by expanding access and liquidity for users. This listing not only increases Novo's exposure but also makes it eligible for inclusion on CoinMarketCap and CoinGecko.
In 2022, Novo saw significant improvements, including a rename, Dogecoin codebase port, and fungible/non-fungible token implementation, despite some missed milestones; further exploration of virtual machines and scripting models will continue in 2023.
Novo undergoes extensive refactoring, with a focus on adopting the MIT License throughout the codebase and replacing RichTXID with an advanced VM-level enhancement for improved programmability, interoperability, and performance.