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Author Topic: Anyone able to help with the conf and wallet setup to solo mine ZenCash?  (Read 160 times)
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September 14, 2017, 09:57:22 PM


Please don't bash my choice Smiley

I was hoping someone would be able to help me figure out how to set up my rig for solo mining ZenCash.

I’m running the ZENCash Swing Wallet with --server and it launches fine. But when I try to start mining using ccminer, I get empty reply from server. So I’m assuming the switch I’m using is not correct or the conf is incorrect. I would prefer to use EWBF's 3.4b miner, but having similar results there as well.

I do NOT want to mine via pool, so please don’t suggest that :slight_smile:

I just need some help setting up my wallet and conf file to solo mine. If there’s someone out there solo mining ZenCash or has in the past, I would really appreciate the help. I’ve spent hours googling, but can’t find anything to solo mine zen, just zcash.

Thanks in advance!
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September 14, 2017, 10:13:30 PM

Although I don't mine Equihash PoW Coins, here's what you will need:

Although, it may not be as profitable as in a pool for a batch of reasons


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