If there’s one thing we’ve learned recently through discussions with our first customers, it’s that they want a mining pool that allows you to set up things nice and easy.
At the time of this article, crypto mining literature is not dense and properly organized. You will find many articles here and there, but it’s sometimes quite difficult for newcomers to start mining cryptocurrencies. They need to go through a jungle of technical processes and manipulations in order to start their activity. What we aim to do with Cruxpool is facilitating mass adoption, and make it simpler for anybody to mine.
If you want to connect to a mining pool, you will need to go through your computer and enter a command like this inside your scripts: EthDcrMiner64.exe -epool eu.cruxpool.com:5555 -ewal xxxx -eworker xxxx -epsw x -mode 1 -etht 100 -gser 2
This will indicate to your rig at what pool it should connect, and to which wallet the coins should be transferred. If you don’t know how scripts work and how to handle this whole part, I suggest that you start by reading these resources:
How to write scripts:
How to connect to a pool:
This tool allows you to generate a basic command line to connect your server to Cruxpool through the main mining software. Although we have a basic configuration tutorial, we thought that this could confuse the novice miner. This command generator will create the command line for you, simply copy and paste the command line on your bash (Linux) or batch (Windows) file or directly on the terminal.
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