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I'm new at BTC mining and I'm still learning. I'm almost medium level in Python.

I'm looking for a Python miner that automatically mines using the last block and stops when a new block is found and if I'm lucky, the algorithm adds the new block to the blockchain and sends the prize to a specific wallet address that I can add.

But now for days I'm still looking and nothing.

I find a simple one, it keeps looking, but even if it finds a new block I don't know how to add that to the blockchain, and I don't know if the last block has been changed or not.

Is there any Python algorithm that do all of that, or a few lines of Python code which I can change?

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    Does this answer your question? In the ASIC-age, is it worth starting mining Bitcoin at home? Nov 17 '21 at 22:02
  • thank you for the answer it contains a lot of useful information, but no it did not answer my question I'm looking for a python code that I can modify and it run automatically (get the last block, mine, if I'm lucky it add the block to the block chain, and send price to a specific wallet address)
    – houhou
    Nov 17 '21 at 22:17
  • I think the point that RedGrittyBrick was making is that you will never find a block mining with a regular computer. Today, you need ASICs to stand a chance to find a block in a conceivable time.
    – Murch
    Nov 18 '21 at 21:24
  • thank you very much, yes I red the ASIC's article and am looking to learn how to do it with python just for fun if I want to really mine, I will mine another coin, just to learn how to do it and how to make it automatically work, if there is any python ago, or a few hint or an old article because I'm trying to find it for day's now and I find nothing, and thank's again for your help
    – houhou
    Nov 19 '21 at 18:50

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