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  • in reply to: Basic Mining Guide For Blake256 #1210

    Sidgrip
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    Baikal Giant B (BK-B)

    Go to your Miner tab

    Here is my example, set your pools in the order you would like – using your own User & pass. Make sure “Extranonce” is not checked
    ccminer connected
    Then Click Save Pools

    To avoid your miner switching pools when there is a momentary connection issue, the recommended setting for scan-time is 7
    sgminer settings

    As long as the info you entered was correct you miner will connect to the pools, sometime it does take a few minutes for the Baikal asic to connect
    ccminer connected

    That’s it for the Giant B setup Click Here to go back to top

    in reply to: Basic Mining Guide For Blake256 #1209

    Sidgrip
    Moderator

    AMD

    I do not have any AMD cards in my local test machine and can only take this guide so far as of now.

    On the Mining Pool Click the link to “Getting Started”
    ccminer connected

    This takes you to the Getting Started Guide. For AMD Cards we will be using cgminer
    ccminer connected

    This will download cgminer, your antivirus may give a warning or prevent this from downloading or running, you will need to add it to you exceptions in your antivirus software
    ccminer connected

    Unzip cgminer-alt-pool-la1 and open the config file with notepad
    ccminer connected

    The only thing you will need to change is your url, user & pass
    ccminer connected

    You may not want to have all three pools listed, to change this you can delete the pool/s you do not wish to include in your config file. Please note the comma placement as it is often over looked

    example of two pools
    ccminer connected

    example of one pool
    ccminer connected

    Save the file and run cgminer

    If you receive a Stratum Connection failed error, This is cause by your firewall blocking cgminer from accessing the internet, you will need to allow this through the firewall and run it again.

    If you receive a failed authentication error, This is caused by wrong info entered in your ccminer.conf file, double check your url, user & pass and run it again.

    If you have no issues you will see your miner connect and start submitting shares

    Hash rate will fluctuate as the miner runs and may take up to 10 minutes to reflect on the pool

    The pool determines hash rate based on shares submitted & will always fluctuate

    That’s it for the AMD Gpu setup Click Here to go back to top

    in reply to: Basic Mining Guide For Blake256 #1208

    Sidgrip
    Moderator

    Nvidia GPU Setup

    For this example I am using a GTX 1080TI

    On the Mining Pool Click the link to “Getting Started”
    Getting Started

    This takes you to the Getting Started Guide. For Nvidia Cards we will be using ccminer
    Getting Started

    This link takes you to the Github where the latest release of mining software is available
    Getting Started

    Download and unzip the file
    Getting Started

    Now go back to the “Getting Started Page” and copy the example Config File for ccminer to your ccminer folder replacing the config that is already there.
    Getting Started

    Open the ccminer.conf file using notepad
    Getting Started

    The only thing you will need to change is your url, user & pass
    Getting Started

    Save the file and double click on ccminer-x64,

    Oh No…. we got a failed connection
    Getting Started
    This is cause by your firewall blocking ccminer from accessing the internet, you will need to allow this through the firewall and run it again.

    Oh No… now we have a failed authentication error
    wrong woker info
    This is caused by wrong info entered in your ccminer.conf file, double check your url, user & pass then run it again.

    If you have no issues you will see your miner connect and start submitting shares
    ccminer connected

    Hash rate will fluctuate as the miner runs and may take up to 10 minutes to reflect on the pool
    ccminer connected

    The pool determines hash rate based on shares submitted & will always fluctuate
    ccminer connected

    That’s it for the Nvidia Gpu setup Click Here to go back to top

    in reply to: Basic Mining Guide For Blake256 #1205

    Sidgrip
    Moderator

    Register On Pools, Set payment addresses & Setup workers

    There are Three Merged Mined Pools run by Bluedragon747

    AT1/NY2 | LA1 | EU3

    I suggest setting up accounts on all three, so your miner has pools to fail over to in case one goes down.

    For This example I will be using AT1/NY2.

    First You need to Register an account
    Pool Sign Up

    Next You will need to setup you payout addresses, Click “Edit Account”
    You need to download and setup all six wallets to receive payouts for all coins.
    You Can follow the Wallet Setup for BlakeStream Coins guide if you need help.
    Edit Account

    Fill in payment addresses & set Payout Thresholds
    Edit Account

    Then You will need to setup Workers. Click “My Workers”
    Edit Account

    Worker names are your –> username.workername
    I use a simple method and just use numbers for worker names
    Worker Setup

    When using multiple mining rigs it’s always a good idea to have separate workers, make it easier to monitor.

    That’s it for the Pool setup Click Here to go back to top

    • This reply was modified 10 months, 1 week ago by  Sidgrip.
    in reply to: Wallet Setup for BlakeStream Coins #1181

    Sidgrip
    Moderator

    Setting up exchange wallet on C-Ptex.com
    For this walk through I will be setting up a Photon Wallet

    Go to C-Ptex
    Check to ensure the site is secure top left corner & Click Sign up in middle of screen
    cPatex

    Create an Account – cPatex will send a verification email, it may take a few minutes for it to arrive. Make sure to check your spam folder in case it was placed in there.

    Log into the exchange & click on FUNDS

    cPatex

    Then search for the coin you wish to deposit and Click “Deposit”

    cPatex

    This will generate a deposit address.

    ***** Do not mine directly to an exchange wallet *****

    in reply to: Wallet Setup for BlakeStream Coins #1180

    Sidgrip
    Moderator

    Setting Up Exchange Wallet on Cryptopia
    For this walk through I will be setting up a Photon Wallet

    Go to Cryptopia
    Check for the SSL Cert in left corner & Click Register in the top right corner

    Cryptopia

    Create an Account – Cryptopia will send a verification email, it may take a few minutes for it to arrive. Make sure to check your spam folder in case it was placed in there.

    Log into the exchange, Go to the top right side of the screen Hover over the ฿ symbol and click on deposits
    Cryptopia

    On the Deposit screen click “Select a currency” and type in pho

    Cryptopia

    Click on “Photon(PHO)” & click Next

    This will generate a deposit address.

    Cryptopia

    **** Please note the warning below and do not mine directly to an exchange wallet ****

    in reply to: Wallet Setup for BlakeStream Coins #1179

    Sidgrip
    Moderator
      Personal Wallet Setup

    on a Windows Machine

    Go to BlakeCoin.org
    Here you will find all the info you need on the current Merged Mine Blakestream Coins
    Scroll down until you find Photon
    Click on “Photon Windows QT”
    Wallet Setup

    This takes you to the github page were the wallets are hosted, scroll down and find photon-qt.exe

    Photon QT

    Download and run photon-qt

    Click on Receive and it will display your deposit address

    Photon QT
    Photon QT

    If you wish to generate a new deposit address click on the “New Address” button on the bottom left corner of wallet.

    You will notice that your wallet is not connected or has very few connection to the Photon network.
    Photon QT

    Follow this guide to setup a Config File to sync with the network faster.

    Your wallet needs to be synced up with network before you can send & receive

    in reply to: Setting up Config Files For Windows Wallets #1173

    Sidgrip
    Moderator

    UniversalMolecule

    Open the UniversalMolecule folder

    right click -> New -> Text Document

    right click on “New Text Document” -> edit

    Copy and paste the config below into the text document

    maxconnections=180
    rpcuser=user
    rpcpassword=pass
    rpctimeout=30
    rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
    rpcport=19738
    port=18449
    server=1
    daemon=1
    listen=1
    gen=0
    logtimestamps=1
    addnode=108.61.224.206
    addnode=198.13.50.154
    addnode=45.76.34.98
    addnode=45.77.246.197
    addnode=45.32.86.130
    addnode=107.170.195.43
    addnode=176.9.78.10:
    addnode=91.152.121.68
    addnode=82.74.172.196
    addnode=108.178.184.218
    addnode=144.217.73.112
    addnode=80.220.152.209
    addnode=40.136.235.135
    addnode=75.109.71.10
    addnode=76.90.216.107
    addnode=45.77.93.143
    addnode=84.130.167.95
    addnode=174.61.81.35
    addnode=76.169.51.184
    addnode=184.180.100.180
    addnode=67.165.243.240

    Go to -> File -> Save As

    rename file to universalmolecule.conf

    Select “Save as type” Change to “All files”

    Click Save

    Restart your wallet

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 2 months ago by  Sidgrip.
    in reply to: Setting up Config Files For Windows Wallets #1172

    Sidgrip
    Moderator

    BlakeBitCoin

    Open the BlakeBitcoin folder

    right click -> New -> Text Document

    right click on “New Text Document” -> edit

    Copy and paste the config below into the text document

    maxconnections=180
    rpctimeout=30
    rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
    rpcport=243
    rpcuser=user
    rpcpassword=pass
    gen=0
    server=1
    daemon=1
    listen=1
    addnode=108.61.224.206
    addnode=198.13.50.154
    addnode=45.76.34.98
    addnode=45.77.246.197
    addnode=158.69.248.93
    addnode=165.227.200.255
    addnode=67.175.84.96
    addnode=45.32.76.243
    addnode=107.170.195.43
    addnode=84.130.170.51
    addnode=45.63.105.204
    addnode=176.9.78.10
    addnode=91.152.121.68
    addnode=45.32.69.42
    addnode=104.156.255.123
    addnode=76.169.51.184
    addnode=91.54.89.162
    addnode=71.209.167.241
    addnode=104.238.177.36
    addnode=67.3.24.58

    Go to -> File -> Save As

    rename file to blakebitcoin.conf

    Select “Save as type” Change to “All files”

    Click Save

    Restart your wallet

    in reply to: Setting up Config Files For Windows Wallets #1171

    Sidgrip
    Moderator

    Electron

    Open the Electron folder

    right click -> New -> Text Document

    right click on “New Text Document” -> edit

    Copy and paste the config below into the text document

    maxconnections=180
    rpcuser=user
    rpcpassword=pass
    rpctimeout=30
    rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
    rpcport=6852
    gen=0
    keypool=100
    server=1
    listen=1
    addnode=108.61.224.206
    addnode=198.13.50.154
    addnode=45.76.34.98
    addnode=45.77.246.197
    addnode=107.191.58.51
    addnode=107.170.195.43
    addnode=176.9.78.10
    addnode=91.152.121.68
    addnode=165.227.200.255
    addnode=76.169.51.184
    addnode=76.74.170.223

    Go to -> File -> Save As

    rename file to electron.conf

    Select “Save as type” Change to “All files”

    Click Save

    Restart your wallet

    in reply to: Setting up Config Files For Windows Wallets #1170

    Sidgrip
    Moderator

    Lithium

    Open the Lithium folder

    right click -> New -> Text Document

    right click on “New Text Document” -> edit

    Copy and paste the config below into the text document

    rpcuser=user
    rpcpassword=pass
    rpcport=12345
    rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
    server=1
    daemon=1
    listen=1
    addnode=108.61.224.206
    addnode=198.13.50.154
    addnode=45.76.34.98
    addnode=45.77.246.197
    addnode=45.63.105.204
    addnode=91.152.121.68
    addnode=54.36.45.67
    addnode=165.227.200.255
    addnode=107.170.219.99
    addnode=67.175.84.96
    addnode=71.213.244.126
    addnode=158.69.248.93
    addnode=45.76.64.38
    addnode=176.9.78.10
    addnode=162.243.101.139
    addnode=80.112.154.182
    addnode=94.23.0.56
    addnode=104.238.177.36
    addnode=104.156.255.123
    addnode=76.169.51.184
    addnode=108.178.184.218
    addnode=91.54.89.162
    addnode=71.209.167.241
    addnode=88.164.70.252
    addnode=45.32.69.42

    Go to -> File -> Save As

    rename file to lithium.conf

    Select “Save as type” Change to “All files”

    Click Save

    Restart your wallet

    in reply to: Setting up Config Files For Windows Wallets #1169

    Sidgrip
    Moderator

    Photon

    Open the Photon folder

    right click -> New -> Text Document

    right click on “New Text Document” -> edit

    Copy and paste the config below into the text document

    rpcuser=username
    rpcpassword=password
    rpcallowip=localhost
    rpcport=8984
    port=34556
    gen=0
    server=1
    daemon=1
    listen=1
    addnode=108.61.224.206
    addnode=103.100.44.62
    addnode=104.136.64.202
    addnode=104.156.255.123
    addnode=104.168.127.237
    addnode=104.181.116.214
    addnode=104.237.80.127
    addnode=104.238.177.36
    addnode=110.175.17.184
    addnode=124.170.149.50
    addnode=136.243.104.167
    addnode=158.69.246.121
    addnode=168.181.51.238
    addnode=174.82.67.101
    addnode=175.139.158.230
    addnode=177.40.122.68
    addnode=195.201.10.19
    addnode=195.201.58.150
    addnode=198.13.50.154
    addnode=217.175.201.130
    addnode=219.88.68.177
    addnode=24.14.202.72
    addnode=41.216.135.66
    addnode=45.32.69.42
    addnode=45.76.34.98
    addnode=45.77.246.197
    addnode=68.2.107.226
    addnode=68.41.210.77
    addnode=69.167.149.148
    addnode=72.83.71.17
    addnode=75.109.212.76
    addnode=80.114.174.57
    addnode=82.221.114.148
    addnode=82.78.66.163
    addnode=87.218.106.222
    addnode=88.164.70.252
    addnode=88.99.48.7
    addnode=91.152.121.213
    addnode=95.91.206.226

    Go to -> File -> Save As

    rename file to photon.conf

    Select “Save as type” Change to “All files”

    Click Save

    Restart your wallet

    in reply to: Setting up Config Files For Windows Wallets #1168

    Sidgrip
    Moderator

    BlakeCoin

      Open the blakecoin folder

      right click -> New -> Text Document

      right click on “New Text Document” -> edit

      Copy and paste the config below into the text document

    rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
    rpcuser=user
    rpcpassword=pass
    rpcport=8772
    server=1
    daemon=1
    listen=1
    gen=0
    addnode=108.61.224.206
    addnode=186.140.143.188
    addnode=24.14.202.72
    addnode=186.141.16.61
    addnode=24.132.215.238
    addnode=46.147.193.168
    addnode=165.227.226.221
    addnode=45.32.69.42
    addnode=186.143.16.163
    addnode=89.238.154.240
    addnode=91.152.121.213
    addnode=45.77.246.197
    addnode=37.57.150.155
    addnode=104.168.127.237
    addnode=185.244.195.240
    addnode=104.156.255.123
    addnode=89.238.150.21
    addnode=5.9.24.113
    addnode=75.109.212.76
    addnode=98.18.45.83
    addnode=45.76.34.98
    addnode=186.143.21.92
    addnode=103.100.44.62
    addnode=158.69.248.93
    addnode=104.238.177.36
    addnode=158.69.246.121
    addnode=52.221.26.76
    addnode=35.162.166.109
    addnode=136.243.104.167
    addnode=207.246.99.163
    addnode=198.27.81.114
    addnode=108.170.1.134
    addnode=198.13.50.154

    Go to -> File -> Save As

    rename file to blakecoin.conf

    Select “Save as type” Change to “All files”

    Click Save

    Restart your wallet

    • This reply was modified 11 months, 3 weeks ago by  Sidgrip.
    in reply to: Headless Node Raspberry Pi3 #1165

    Sidgrip
    Moderator

    #Create Script to reboot & auto start node
    #You can run two Blake256 nodes on a Raspberry Pi3
    #This is an example of what I did to create a reboot script and start script

    #Create folder

    mkdir ~/.scripts

    #Create script

    sudo nano /scripts/node.sh
    —– Copy and paste this into your script file —–
    cd ~/.blakecoin
    ./blakecoind

    #exit and save

    chmod +x /home/pi/scripts/node.sh

    #Create script

    sudo nano /scripts/restart.sh
    —– Copy and paste this into your script file —–
    cd ~/.blakecoin
    ./blakecoind stop
    sudo shutdown -r 1

    #exit and save

    chmod +x /home/pi/scripts/restart.sh

    # Now we need to edit the crontab (do not use sudo)

    crontab -e

    #Go to end of file and paste

    @midnight /home/pi/scripts/restart.sh
    @reboot /home/pi/scripts/nodes.sh

    #exit & Save

    #Now your Pi will reboot at midnight and start the node on it’s own

    in reply to: Headless Node Raspberry Pi3 #1163

    Sidgrip
    Moderator

    #Setup Electron Node
    #This will take about an hour to finish

    git clone https://github.com/Electron-Coin2014/Electron-ELT.git
    chmod 755 Electron-ELT/src/leveldb/build_detect_platform
    cd Electron-ELT/src
    sudo make -f makefile.unix
    strip electrond

    #Create folder and move executable

    mkdir ~/.electron
    mv electrond ~/.electron
    cd ~/.electron

    #Create Config file

    sudo nano electron.conf
    —– Copy and paste this into your config file —–
    listen=1
    maxconnections=180
    rpctimeout=30
    rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
    rpcport=6852
    rpcuser=user
    rpcpassword=pass
    port=6852
    gen=0
    keypool=100
    server=1
    addnode=104.238.174.160
    addnode=45.32.69.42
    addnode=104.156.255.123
    addnode=104.238.177.36
    addnode=146.185.135.24

    #Start Node
    ./electrond
    #Check Node
    ./electrond getinfo
    #Stop Node
    ./electrond stop

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