ETH (English Ethereum) is an open-source public blockchain platform with smart contract function. It provides a decentralized Ethereum Virtual Machine to process point-to-point contracts through its special cryptocurrency Ether (ETH). The concept of Ethereum was first proposed by programmer Vitalik Buterin in 2013-2014 after being inspired by Bitcoin, which means "the next generation of cryptocurrency and decentralized application platform", and it began to develop through ICO crowdfunding in 2014.
Total circulation: none
Block time: about 13 seconds
Block income: about 2ETH + transaction fee
Mining algorithm: ethash
1. Obtaining the Wallet Address
Ethereum, like your assets, needs to be kept in a safe place.
Wallet address generally uses the wallet address generated by the exchange.
Get the address through the exchange:
2. Mining Pool Settings
Note: If you have already registered an account, you can click the upper left corner of the mining pool and click "Add other cryptocurrency" to add
1. Go to https://pool.btc.com/ and click the "Sign up" button in the upper right corner to sign your account
In the pop-up window, you can use mobile or email to register, take mobile phone registration as an example. Enter your phone number, fill in the verification code, and set your password to complete the registration.
2. After the registration is completed, set your sub-account name (the sub-account name is unique, and the mining pool uses this name to determine whether it is your miners), select the currency as ETH, select the region closest to you, and fill in the The bitcoin address uses the bitcoin address we obtained in step 1.
3. Miner Settings
1. Set the virtual memory to 20GB
a. Take the Windows 10 system as an example, open the "Control Panel" and click the "System and Security" button
b. Click the "System" button
c. Click "Advanced System Settings" on the left
d. Switch to the "Advanced" tab and click the "Settings" button in the "Performance" column
e. Switch to the "Advanced" tab and click the "Change" button in the "Virtual Memory" column
f. In the opened interface, remove the check mark in front of "Automatically manage paging file size for all drives" at the top, select C drive below, check "Custom size", and fill in the initial value and maximum value as 20480, and lastly click the settings below to restart the miner.
2. Set up and start the mining software (take the latest Claymore15.0 as an example)
The download link of each mining kernel:
a. Right-click the start.bat file and select the "Edit" button
b. Fill in the mining address of the mining pool, the name of your sub account and the miner number. Save and exit after filling in
Note: If there is no "-allpools 1" option in the configuration file, please add it by yourself (As shown at the end of the picture, please pay attention to the space), otherwise, abnormal mining may be caused.
c. Double-click the start.bat file to open the file and start mining. The following picture shows the normal software interface of mining
4, View Earnings
In the mining pool, you can view your earnings and the miners' status.
Goto the "Dashboard" to view the real-time hash and earnings of the miners.
Go to the ``Miners'' page to check the status of the miners
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Investment is risky, this tutorial does not constitute any investment advice!