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NLPOOL MINING POOL Adds MinCoin Mining
SuperTramp posted a topic in Mincoin Mining PoolsNLPOOL MINING POOL Adds Support For MinCoin Mining! NLPool is a Dutch miningpool hosted in Amsterdam dedicated to mining with low latency and maximised profits. No registration is required, we do payouts in the currency you mine. Use your wallet address as the username. Payouts are made automatically every 1 hours for all balances above 0.001, or 0.0001 on Sunday. For some coins, there is an initial delay before the first payout, please wait at least 6 hours before asking for support. Blocks are distributed proportionally among valid submitted shares. For questions and support you can mail firstname.lastname@example.org -Thanks Again NL.Pool For Supporting the MinCoin Network!
CoinMinerz Adds Support for Mincoin
SuperTramp posted a topic in Mincoin Mining PoolsWe are Happy to Announce A new Cryptocurrency Mining Operation has added Mincoin! CoinMinerz.com Has Added Mincoin CoinMinerz.com is a multifaceted cryptocurrency mining pool. Anonymous | No Registration | Block Rewards are Shared | 1% Fee | Friendly Support Automatic Payments Every 2 Minutes (for Minimum Balances of 0.01 for Confirmed Blocks) PROP System Thanks again for the support! -ST MinCoin Mining. Mining MinCoin Cryptocurrency. Mine MinCoin Today!
CoinStop Adds Support for Mincoin
Groovebrother posted a topic in Mincoin Mining PoolsCoinStop is a full-featured YiiMP pool with servers located in Canada. No registration required They have upgraded to the latest Mincoin Core v0.14.3. You can find them on Discord and Twitter.
Block Masters Adds Support for Mincoin
SuperTramp posted a topic in Mincoin Mining PoolsBlock Masters is a full-featured YiiMP pool with servers located in Europe and North America. No registration required Solo & Party Mining You can find them on Discord, Twitter, and BitcoinTalk. They also have a Pool Monitor application for Android on Google Play MJYfiSrMUSi7DqP3CNfnb4sQUhiaF59vKM
MinCoin GPU Mining Using GUIMiner
SuperTramp posted a topic in Mincoin Mining GuidesGPU Mining with GUIMiner in Windows What Youâ€™ll Need GPU (for this particular tutorial) - â€œThe workhorse. Think of it as the miner with a pickaxe or the heavy drilling machinery.â€ Radeon GPUs are recommended over Nvidia, they are much more efficient at mining. You can still mine with an Nvidia card, but your hashrate (essentially how fast your card can process the algorithm) will be lower. Check out this link to compare the expected hashrate for scrypt mining on various hardware: https://github.com/litecoin-project/litecoin/wiki/Mining-hardware-comparison Note: The link says â€˜Litecoinâ€™ hardware, but it applies for MinCoin as well as they are both based on the same scrypt algorithm. For AMD cards: Ensure you have updated to latest drivers for your card: http://support.amd.com/us/gpudownload/Pages/index.aspx You will also need to download the AMD SDK to run GUIMiner, can be found here: http://developer.amd.com/tools/hc/AMDAPPSDK/downloads/Pages/default.aspx For Nvidia cards: Ensure you have updated to the latest drivers for your card: http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us. You will also need to download and install the Nvidia CUDA toolkit to run GUIMiner, can be found here: https://developer.nvidia.com/cuda-downloads Computer with Windows (for this particular tutorial) MinCoin Client Download the client from min-coin.org. For Windows, youâ€™ll want to click on one of the top two links. Once finished downloading, install and run. The first time you fire up the client it will need to connect to the network, and download the blockchain. While itâ€™s downloading, a green bar on the bottom will show its progress. Once finished, a green check mark will appear in the bottom right of the window. Mining software â€“ â€œThe Mining Foreman: Instructs the miners on where and how to mineâ€ For the sake of simplicity, we will download the latest â€˜GUIMiner â€“ scryptâ€˜ client. Hereâ€™s a link to the forum post at bitcointalk.org; https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=150331.0 Click on one of the highlighted download links. Extract the .zip file wherever you wish.