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How to setup Nanominer for GPU mining

Compatible algorithms: Ethash, Etchash, Autolykos

Download the mining files 

In order to mine with your GPU you can use Nanominer, simply download it from here:

https://github.com/nanopool/nanominer/releases 

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Here is also the official GitHub repository:

https://github.com/nanopool/nanominer 

Setup with the config.ini file

Once you downloaded the file from Assets, unzip it and in the same folder as nanominer.exe, edit the config.ini file by adding the contents:

[Ethash] wallet = COIN:YOURADDRESS.WORKER_NAME rigName = WORKER_NAME pool1 = ethash.unmineable.com:3333 

Some things to consider:  

If your GPU meet the minimum memory for Ethash mining (6GB of memory) you can join our ethash pool, however if your GPU have from 3GB you must change the pool url to: etchash.unmineable.com:3333 and update the [Ethash] section to: [Etchash]
You can also choose to mine the autolykos algorithm, simply change the pool url autolykos.unmineable.com:3333 and update the [Ethash] section to: [Autolykos] 

You must change COIN, YOURADDRESS and WORKER_NAME 🙂

COIN is the coin you are mining, for example: ADA, TRX, WIN, or more. Also keep the ":" symbol between the coin and your address. YOURADDRESS must be a valid address for the coin you choose, otherwise the pool will return an error, also be sure to check the supported network for some coins, like TRC20 for USDT mining (TRON address). Your WORKER_NAME is simply any name that you would like to set for your worker, to identify it in the website.

For example:

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Once you have the config.ini file ready, simply double click nanominer.exe, a terminal window will show up and you will be now mining! 😀

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If you are mining XRP to an exchange or other coin that require payment tags or a memo to work, don't forget to add your memo or payment tag after your address:

XRP:YourAddress:YOUR_MEMO_OR_TAG.YourWorkerName  

You can follow your progress on the website, by going into the Address section of the coin you are mining.