The actual nexus website itself is already receiving an update in the near future (once @houssam finishes it). Once it's done I'd like our forums to match the general look / feel of the new site. So maybe we run the contest to accomplish that.
There really aint nothing hard about it, Mining nexus with gpu is verry profitable and these days alot of people are mining it..
The minimum recommended hash should be that of a 1070 or couple of them to really get blocks a day..
One of the first mistakes is not having the wallet setup properly.. Altho there enuf videos out there on how to mine, it seems some people still have issues conencting there miner to there wallet..
So as bazar92 said - first get a wallet running either lld or orcale it does not mather really..
then create the nexus.conf with
llpallowip=127.0.0.1:9325 Only use 127.0.0.1 if ur mining on the same pc as ur wallet. - You can allways swap it with the ip of ur miner.
Further using either SKminer on nvidia other Wolf0's miner on amd.
basics are the same - but ill talk about the skminer one because thats what i use.
the bat file should have this skminer.exe 192.168.1.205 9325 1 10 30 - IP adres of ur wallet and the port. numbers 1 - how many cards - 10 - time outs and 30 beeing the intensity.
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@etakmit Thanks for considering it. You know, if you can configure it successfully, it might actually be a nice side-project for the Nexus. Consider that you could lower the CONOP (cost of node operation) for the average user if you were able to sell these pre-configured and loaded with the QT wallet for the base price plus a little extra.
The benefit would be that it would cost very little to leave it plugged-in all day, allowing more people to run full nodes all the time, lending strength to the network. And of course they would benefit by staking/interest which is an extra incentive on their part to make the small investment of the device and the 24/7 running of it. I mean you could take that thing with you on vacation and plug it in if you needed/wanted to. Make some easy instructions on how to back-up the wallet from it, etc. so users feel safe if they lose it or break it and it could have some definite appeal. Basically sell it alongside the other Nexus Swag.
Hello, i'm a linux user under mostly ubuntu 14.04, and some linux mint.
I've see this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PCumi1VVbPA&t=2992s
It' was not only to cpu mine it was to "solo" cpu mine, that better for network, you don't have all your computers creating connections to outside...
I 've give a shot yesterday night , nothing in my wallet and 6h for nothing, it 's look like other altcoins, i'm too late for this difficulty and distribution , i think now only big and powerfull miners can mine this coin, i've tried nxspool ,nxscpupool.com ; big miners are already there, i've see adresses with a lot of connections ...
Thanks. I'm using 2.2.2 which was the one on the Nexus Earth website as of a few days ago at least. Thank you. I know the team is working hard and there's a lot of great advances forthcoming. It's great to see this is being addressed. This is a great concept and team and I'm proud to be involved in my own little way so early on.
@etakmit thank you for reply, I mean to use http proxy ssh tunneling, to do so I need to set sock4/5 proxy for the miner. I saw that wallet app supports it. Wondering if the there is a way to specify proxy for the miner app.