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July 08, 2017, 02:13:43 AM
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I am maintaining some rigs for other people, we agreed on 20% of earning for the job. Is there an easy way for me to mine 288 minutes every day (or 12 minutes every hour) to different address/pool? I am on Windows 10, using Claymore's dual miner for ETH+DCR, and Claymore's Equihash miner for some Nvidia cards.

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July 08, 2017, 02:23:39 AM
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Well, the simplest way I can think of would be to create two batch files to launch the miner, one pointing to each address. Then just use windows Task Manager to set up tasks killing the current running miner and launch the other batch file at the intervals you want.

That's a total kludge, and there's all sorts of things that could go wrong, but with enough tweaking/testing it's doable. Smiley
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That's what I am currently working at, script that will loop the batch files at certain rate. Too bad there is no miner that can do it on its own.  Undecided
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