PhoenixMiner is beside Claymore’s Ethereum miner one of the most popular Ethash mining clients. It works on Nidia and AMD rigs and Windows and Linux mining systems. PhoenixMiner is very easy to set up and besides Ethash mining it also supports Ubqhash mining. The dev fee for using this miner is 0.65% - every 90 minutes the miner will mine for developers for 35 seconds. PhoenixMiner also supports dual mining with Ethash and Blake (2s) algorithms.
In this guide, we will show you how to start mining ETH with PhoenixMiner miner.
1. Address editor
Open address editor and save the the pool and the wallet for mining ETH. In this case, we will save ETH pool under (POOL:ETH) tag and ETH wallet under (WALLET:ETH) tag.
2. Default mining client
Open worker’s config and select PHOENIX-ETH as a default mining client.
3. PHOENIX-ETH config
Update the mining client’s configuration so that it will be defined as:
-worker (WORKER) -pool (POOL:ETH) -wal (WALLET:ETH).(WORKER) -pass x -proto (AUTO)
(WORKER) tag will be automatically replaced with your worker’s name, so you don’t have to change it. PhoenixMiner also support various other parameters you can set to optimize your mining, including the benchmark mode. All of them can be found on the official Bitcointalk thread.
4. Save changes
Save changes and wait for mining client to restart. You are now mining ETH with PhoenixMiner.
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