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Getting started

Step 1. Get a wallet

The easiest way to get a wallet is to register on a cryptocurrency exchange like Binance (Ref) or Coinbase.

Although exchanges are comfortable and easy to use, they are not very secure. You can use a non-custodial wallet, but the safest way to store your funds is to use a hardware wallet. Ledger and Trezor are the most popular ones.

Step 2. Download Mining Software

OK, now you need to install a Windows (or Linux) and GPU drivers. After you've done that, you can move to the mining software installation. If you found setup complex, you can use a specialized mining Operating Systems like HiveOS (ref), RaveOS (ref), but they're not free.

We recommend these miners:

T-Rex Miner

Best miner for NVIDIA 20/30 Series GPUs.

Compatible GPUs: NVIDIA
Platforms: Windows, Linux
Fee: 1%


t-rex.exe -a ethash -o stratum+ssl://CLOSEST_SERVER:5555 -u WALLET_ADDRESS -p x -w WORKER_NAME


Best miner for AMD GPUs.

Compatible GPUs: AMD
Latest Release: v0.7.18
Platforms: Windows, Linux
Fee: 0.75%-1%


teamredminer.exe -a ethash -o stratum+ssl://CLOSEST_SERVER:5555 -u WALLET_ADDRESS.WORKER_NAME -p x --eth_stratum ethproxy


Open-source ethash miner with no fees. Brought by Ethereum community.

Compatible GPUs: AMD, NVIDIA
Platforms: Windows, Linux
Fee: 0%


ethminer.exe -R -P stratum1+ssl://WALLET_ADDRESS.WORKER_NAME@CLOSEST_SERVER:5555

Step 3. Choose your region

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Secure (SSL) Port5555

Step 4. Go to dashboard 🔥

To access the dashboard, type your address below.

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