If one thing is share What has been done since its establishment (in addition to pushing up the price of hard drives) is spawning many DIY projects aimed at improving agricultural energy efficiency. But then again, if one is going through a personal computing project, why not make it as interesting as possible?That’s it YouTuber LithiumSolar Has been completed, by reusing Raspberry Pi 4 Use 4 GB RAM as the brain of 160 TB Chia Farm.
Chia is a cryptocurrency that uses proof of time and space. It occupies other available hard drive space and comes with proof (named plots as if they are plots) to maintain Chia’s security and blockchain cohesion.Although the drawing process (drawing creation) is important to both the CPU and storage in its performance requirements, The agricultural elements of the equation (Your plots are left unused on your hard drive until they are called as evidence of the generation of new Chia blocks) Its computational requirements are very light.This opened up a series of DIY projects, making ubiquitous and extremely versatile Raspberry Pi 4 serves as the center of its Chia farm.
Raspberry Pi 4 was proven to be able to handle the agricultural needs of this 160 TB Chia farm, while controlling 17 hard drives, running a full node and a farm, and responding to Chia network certification checks in a timely manner, so that the real Chia wins Sometimes dressed up as a veritable unicorn). Even if you are pooling, the project will work in roughly the same way, while reducing your farmer’s power consumption to one of the lowest in terms of hardware power consumption. This is a way for you to step into the world of DIY Raspberry Pi-a potential Alice in Wonderland world with endless fun and possibilities.