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#1 ir_cow

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Posted 08 December 2017 - 01:59 PM

I figured it was time to stop hijacking Road-Runners Folding thread and make a new one for those who are mining. People can post their hash-rates and tips. Should help new comers start mining.
 
Mining Software:

 

CCminer Variations:
CCminer 2.2.5
ccMiner Alexis-1.0 (Best for X11Gost Sib Algo)

Suprminer (Best for x16 Ravencoin, 40% hash more than standard ccminer)

Nevermore  (Offical RavenCoin / X16r Miner)

Others:

Excavator 1.4.4a (Best for lyra2rev2??? Closed-Source miner)
Claymore Miner (AMD)
EWBF Miner
DSTM Miner (Best for Equihash NVIDIA)
Bminer (Equilhash NVIDA / Best for single cards only)
 
Mining Specific OS:
SimpleMiner (SMOS)
 
 
Mining Pools:
Mining Pool Hub  (Requires Account)
SuperNova (Requires Account)
Yiimp (No account needed)
ASCI Pool (Japanese Monacoin Pool)
FlyPool (Zcash Pool)
zpool (No account needed)
 
Coin $$ Calculator:
WhaToMine.com
 
Coin Exchange Websites:
Poloniex
Bittrex
Cryptopia
Yobit
HitBTC

Nanex (No ID / Records / Name Required)

Stocks.Exchange (No ID / Records / Name Required. Most deposits require a ticket to have it show up (or I have bad luck.)
 
Buy/Sell Coin to USD:
CoinBase

Wall of Coins
 
Mining Hardware Shops:
Parallel Miner.com (PSU, Risers, Etc)
Newegg.com (Video Cards)
Amazon.com (Video Cards)
 
 
How Bitcoins Work:

 

Claiming Forks Coins from Coinomi Wallet

 

3 - Set the derivation path

A pop-up dialogue will appear, asking if the coin should be added. 

A) If you are claiming coins from a different wallet, just confirm your password and move on to step 4.

B) If you already had coins in Coinomi at the time of the fork, hit the “ADVANCED SETTINGS” button. In the “Derivation Path” enter:

  • M/44H/0H/0H for coins forked from the Bitcoin (BTC) blockchain (Bitcoin Cash (BCH), Bitcoin Gold (BTG), Bitcoin Atom (BTA), Bitcore (BTX), Bitcoin Private (BTCP))
  • M/44H/2H/0H for coins forked from the Litecoin (LTC) blockchain (Litecoin Cash (LCC))
  • M/44H/147H/0H for coins forked from the ZClassic (ZCL) blockchain (Bitcoin Private (BTCP))
  • M/44H/61H/0H for coins forked from the Ethereum Classic (ETC) blockchain (Callisto (CLO))

 


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#2 ir_cow

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Posted 08 December 2017 - 02:00 PM

Setting up Folding at Home for FLDC Coins
 

FoldingCoin Tutorial

1. Go to https://counterwallet.io/# and select either wallet that is currently up
2. Click "Create New Wallet" and SAVE this 12 word password. WARNING: If you lose this password then your FLDC will not be able to be recovered!
3. Copy Your Bitcoin Address to your clipboard
4. Go to http://folding.stanford.edu/
5. Click “Home Page” in the upper right corner
6. Click the “Start Folding” Pictures on the right hand side
7. After the download run the program
8. Follow the steps for setup identity when the new window pops up
9. Enter whatever Username you desire followed by the characters “_ALL_” then followed by pasting in the BTC address from your wallet. Your username should look like this:
PookTwo_ALL_18Emgn5f5Y6u2DEqWpcRGAxdP6v­eDvYtjb
10. Enter any team you desire. You can learn more about teams by going to https://folding.stan...me/teams-stats/
11. CureCoins team is 224497 and you should join this team in order to earn Curecoin as well. Please visit their page for more instructions at http://curecoin.net/
12, Make sure to follow the steps of obtaining a passkey going here http://fah-web.stanf...n/getpasskey.py
13. Bookmark this page for easy access to your folding client http://folding.stanford.edu/client/

 

 
Setting Up CCminer for Lyra2rev2:
 
Vercoin Wallet:  https://vertcoin.org/
Monacoin Wallet: https://monacoin.org/

RavenCoin Wallet: https://ravencoin.org/
 
To run the program, make a txt file inside the CCminer folder (use notepad for text and than rename the extension to .bat when done)
 

ccminer-x64.exe -a REPLACE_WITH_HASHTYPE -o stratum+tcp://SERVER:PORT_NUMBER -u "USERNAME.WORKER" -p "PASSWORD_MATCH_TO_ACCOUNT"

CCminer Example for Vertcoin on Mining Pool Hub:
 

ccminer-x64.exe -a lyra2rev2 -o stratum+tcp://hub.miningpoolhub.com:20507 -u "Example.OCC" -p "X"

Setting up DSTM Miner for Equihash ONLY:

 

Hush Wallet: https://myhush.org/ (No online wallets yet)

Zencash: https://zensystem.io/

Zcash: https://z.cash/suppo...ng-started.html
Bitcoin Gold Core: 100GB (use online wallets)

Komondo: https://www.komodoplatform.com/en

ZClassic http://zclassic.org/

 

Download DSTM and open the start.bat file with notepad change the defaults

 

Example for HUSH:

zm --server hush.suprnova.cc  --port 4048 --user Example.OCC --pass X

Failover server setup for DSTM (Version .06+)

 

Open zm.cfg with notepad and replace server details at the bottom. Each [Pool] is a different server.

 

Example for Hush on Supernova and MPH for BTC Gold

[POOL]
server=hush.suprnova.cc
port=4048
user=Example.OCC
pass=x

[POOL]
server=us-east.equihash-hub.miningpoolhub.com
port=20595
user=Example.OCC
pass=x

Setting up EWBF miner for Equilhash

 

Download the program and open the .bat file for whichever pool you like and replace it with your username and port # for the pool you are on (port 20570 is Zcash)

miner --server us-east.equihash-hub.miningpoolhub.com --user username.workername --pass x --port 20570

Example for Zcash:

miner --server us-east.equihash-hub.miningpoolhub.com --user Example.OCC --pass x --port 20570

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Posted 08 December 2017 - 03:25 PM

Should help new comers start mining.


First rule of mining club is don't talk about mining club. ;)

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#4 ir_cow

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Posted 08 December 2017 - 03:37 PM

 

Should help new comers start mining.


First rule of mining club is don't talk about mining club. ;)

 

Haha, Second rule is never tell them what your mining or it will quickly dry up. RR made that mistake when he let on folding was profitable.


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Posted 08 December 2017 - 04:11 PM

Haha, Second rule is never tell them what your mining or it will quickly dry up. RR made that mistake when he let on folding was profitable.


Unfortunately it is inevitable though and happens to all the good coins. :( Rule of thumb, when you are seeing people talk about it, you're usually to late for the real profits.

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Posted 08 December 2017 - 04:58 PM

Good deal get all the hijackers out mine lol.. I could care less but we need a thread with some info like you posted at the start instead of strung out through 97 pages lol..



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Posted 08 December 2017 - 05:58 PM

+1,.. great idea.  :cheers:


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Posted 08 December 2017 - 07:03 PM

Great job putting this together Isaiah! 


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Posted 08 December 2017 - 11:40 PM

If anyone else has websites, pools, miners to add that would help. I just did the basics. I figured it would grow over time.


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Posted 09 December 2017 - 11:02 AM

If anyone else has websites, pools, miners to add that would help. I just did the basics. I figured it would grow over time.


I see no mention of CryptoKitties :P https://www.cryptokitties.co/


Honeslty though, you've been infinitely more helpful then most. It'll probably be easier just to answer questions as they come along, as apposed to trying to link up everything, because there is a lot.., always changing.., and always more.

Maybe post a link to noob miners like minergate...

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Posted 09 December 2017 - 04:11 PM

Litecoin hit $160 today. I about $54 was high when I bought them. :whistling: :whistling:  :whistling: . The ride is over, I sold them off.

 

Edit: Danm I switched miners and now i'm getting 750Sol/s with a 1080Ti as apposed to 600 with CCminer. These cards are a Equihash monster!


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Posted 09 December 2017 - 09:19 PM

I usually see 2200 stock clocks 3 1080ti



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