You can now start mining with a Pool. Simply run your
Run-Miner-Pool-CPU.bat and you should be good to go.
If the console returns something like [2018-01-06 23:00:23] accepted: 4/4 (diff 0.000), 82.67 kH/s yes! then you have gotten an accepted share!
If you wish to Solo Mine instead of with a Pool (you can learn more about the difference here), then follow these steps.
As setup in the wallet guide, make sure that you have your network running. (You can do so by running
Run-Network.bat if you haven't already).
Run-Miner-Solo-CPU.bat file (Right Click > Edit), and this time, only change the address (
ADDRESS, the one after
--coinbase-addr=) to your address.
Since there is no pool, you do not need to change anything else in the file.
This image might be outdated, do not try to copy its content. Use the files given instead.
You can now solo mine. Simply run your
Run-Miner-Solo-CPU.bat and you should be good to go.
If the console returns something like [2018-01-06 23:00:23] accepted: 4/4 (diff 0.000), 82.67 kH/s yes! then you have mined a block!
Mac guides are currently not available. If you wish to contribute to this site, please create a pull request here.
For now, you can follow this guide originally by
@Vilsol#2060, which should get you going (although it is not as detailed as a normal guide).
Clone from the project Github repo into a directory of your choice. Following the instructions in the project's README, run
./build.sh in the new directory, and install any prerequisites as specified by your environment.
You'll need to specify the pool address, your wallet, and the algorithm:
./cpuminer --algo=allium -o stratum+tcp://pool.grlc-bakery.fun:3333 -u <your wallet address here> This uses the following pool:
grlc-bakery.fun, you can check out a list of pools here
While running a node locally, you'll specify your node's address, your wallet, and the algorithm:
./cpuminer --algo=allium -o 127.0.0.1:42070 -u <your wallet address here>
You're should now see your hashrate and, eventually, confirmed blocks.
If you are trying to Solo mine, make sure that your network is running! You can check out how to set it up on the wallet guides: