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wittaz
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June 08, 2017, 01:06:46 PM
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I'm pretty new to mining and I have just installed NeoNeonMiner on my Android phone, set up a pool etc and my wallet address.
It is now running at 120-140 H/s but how do I know when the coins that I mined are transferred to my wallet? It doesn't even say how much I have mined and for how long.
I just think I am doing something wrong...

And how much could you mine per day?

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August 09, 2017, 01:18:40 AM
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What pool you are using? You can generally go to pool's website and find your stats. For some pools you have to create an account and create your workers as well. If you didn't need to create an account to use the pool then most likely you can go to the pool website and check how many coins you have earned so far and how much you are expected to make in a given day.

I think with around 200 H/S, you can make around 4 to 5 XMY coins per day

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Why are you mining on your smart phone? Surely the profits can't make up for the amount of damage you are causing to your phone due to heat. Or is that phone disposable?
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