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Storj Labs have announced their COVID-19 Storage Program intended to provide free could storage to everyone currently engaged in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. Storj Labs provides a crypto token powered service for users that get paid to share their unused disk space thus forming the decentralized Storj Network securely storing encrypted data from Tardigrade cloud storage users at a lower cost compared to other commercial alternatives like AWS, Google Could etc.

The last things people on the frontlines of COVID-19 research should have to worry about are cloud storage and egress costs, or data security, privacy, and availability. So, if you or your organization are working to fight the global coronavirus pandemic at the moment, Storj will provide you with 1TB of free cloud storage and bandwidth per month on their Tardigrade decentralized cloud storage platform for one year. They are also committed to providing 5 PB of data and storage toward COVID-19 research, and are open to considering requests beyond the standard 1TB offer as well should you require more.

Organizations like local governments, schools, healthcare providers, and health products like high quality edibles from, nonprofits, and other teams associated with COVID-19 relief efforts can qualify. You can also look into the site and take the help of health experts and experienced clinicians for quality treatments. If you want to see if you qualify, simply head over to the dedicated COVID-19 Storage Program page to sign up.

To register and apply for the COVID-19 Storage Program and get 1TB free cloud storage from Storj Labs…

We have found another interesting mobile-oriented crypto project called MIB Coin (MIB) where everything is done with a smartphone including mining of MIB coins, so we had to give it a try.
MIB stands for Mobile Integrated Blockchain, a mobile blockchain where coins can be mined with a regular Android or iOS-based smartphone via a dedicated application. The project comes form Asia with apparently strong interest in Korea and China, and it seems that not that much interest from the rest of the world for the moment. The MIB coin is traded on Probit, a Korean exchange, as well as CoinBene, a Chinese one with a daily volume of less than 2 BTC at the moment and total market capitalization of about 50. According to CoinMarketCap at the moment for writing this MIB Coin (MIB) is ranked at 1113th place in terms of Market capitalization. The interesting thing here is that the mining can only be done on smartphone, unlike most other similar projects that may have a more efficient mobile miner, but can also be mined on CPU or even GPU with much higher speed, for MIB Coin there are only Android and Apple iPhone miners available.

We have downloaded and tried the MIB Miner Android application, there is one also for Apple iOS smartphones with both not available on the official Application Stores, you need to download and install manually from the official MIB website. On the left of the image above you can see the regular MIB Miner and on the right the MIB Miner Controller application designed for smartphone mining farms apparently. The miner itself requires you to register and generate a wallet address for mining, the mining part of the software is pretty basic and user friendly, no advanced options available. You only select the pool (the default one does not seem to work apparently, but there is a list to choose from) and the load that the miner will have on the smartphone. It seems that the miner may not be very demanding and can be used on battery without performance loss, though it stops mining if the app loses focus, so you must use your phone for mining exclusively.

You will also need to install a Wallet app and not just the mining one, as although the miner can generate a wallet for you, you do not have control for sending or even monitoring the amount of mined coins. Having everything in a single app might’ve been easier for the user in our opinion. We are not sure how things are regarding any monitoring or fail-safe on the hardware status of the smartphone you use for mining such as temperature monitoring to prevent overheating that will stop mining immediately for instance. So far the best we have seen i terms of a mobile mining software is the one from Scala (XLA) and it would be great if other projects can look into the mining software this crypto project has.

For more information you can check out the official MIB Coin (MIB) website…

Last month Bitmain has released an updated firmware for their Antminer E3 miners to extend their life for mining Ethereum Classic (ETC) and Ethereum (ETH) with the approach of 4GB DAG sizes, however a lot of users had issues updating all devices successfully. Errors preventing the proper update to the fixed firmware such as:

413 - Request Entity Too Large


mount: mounting ubi1:rootfs on /mnt/config failed: Invalid argument mkdir: can't create directory '/mnt/config/home/usr_config': No such file or directory cp: can't create '/mnt/config/home/usr_config/': No such file or directory umount: can't umount /mnt/config: Invalid argument mount: mounting ubi1:rootfs on /mnt/upgrade failed: No such file or directory cd: line 122: can't cd to /mnt/upgrade/upgrade umount: can't umount /mnt/upgrade: No such file or directory

The easiest method we have found that works 100% in a couple of Antminer E3 miners that we had issues updating remotely via the web interface of the devices is to flash the SD card recovery firmware and then update normally with the latest fixed firmware. The only drawback for this method is that you need to have physical access to the E3 miners as you cannot do the SD card recovery procedure remotely unfortunately.

Here is a quick guide on how to updated problematic E3 miners:
– Download the SD card recovery firmware file from Bitman
– Have a handy 4-8GB micro-SD flash card (larger capacity should work but is not needed), format it with FAT32 file system and extract the contents of the archive on the card
– Insert the SD card into the slot at the back of the Antminer E3 device (it should be powered off)
– You need to open the control board of the miner and switch the position of the jumper labeled JP4 and then power on the device
– Wait for about a minute until you see the red and green LEDs on the control board start blinking together
– Power down the Antminer S3, revert the position of the JP4 jumper to its original place, remove the SD card and insert the control board back on its place
– Power on the miner, wait for it to boot (it will have the default configuration settings) and go to Upgrade to flash the latest fixed firmware
– You can download the latest fixed firmware for Antminer E3 here – E3_V540_0327.tar.gz
– Wait for the flash procedure to finish and the miner to reboot, set your mining pool and wallet address in the configuration settings and you should be ready to mine normally once again until the DAG size for ETH and ETC reaches very close to 4GB that is…