If you consider mining via cloud technologies as a decent answer - then yes, I do mine. It's quite easier to maintain a contract using hashflare coupons http://hashflare-redeem-code.net/ja/ than maintaining a large GPU cards farm. It doesn't generate that much money to be honest but it's quite a sum to be able to pay my bills.
As there is no central authority or central bank, there has to be a way of gathering every transaction carried out with a cryptocurrency in order to create a new block. Network nodes that carry out this task called dubbed 'miners'. Every time a slew of transactions is amassed into a block, this is appended to the blockchain. Whoever appends the block gets rewarded with some of that cryptocurrency.
I used to at the beginning, but now it’s unprofitable in my country. Plus crypto market’s decline doesn’t encourage to join the mining. I think that mining is profitable only for big players with deep pockets enough to cover the electricity costs. I know that Monero and Dash mining is less or more profitable, and doesn’t require special equipment, but I don’t want to, regarding the current situation.