Mining

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george posted this 21 November 2017

 At this point, SFX is a normal script coin (like LTC). Mining with CPU is not effective !!! Recommendation - mining with ASIC.

 How mining with your miner (Alpha):

1/ Download windows wallet

2/ Download windows miner

3/ start wallet and synchronize (copy address)

4/ in the folder with miner create start.bat

minerd.exe -o stratum+tcp://pool.soferox.com032 -u yourcopyaddressformwallet -p password

pause

5/ start start.bat

 

 How solo mining (Alpha):

1/ Download windows wallet

2/ Download windows miner

3/ start wallet and synchronize 

4/ in wallet - Help - Console - 

     setgenerate true -1

    enter

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Soferox posted this 22 November 2017

Ram isn't relevant. The program is crazy light-weight. Can run on a 2GB system. Processor is the only real thing that is important. 

Soferox posted this 24 November 2017

If the program does not need memory then it will be easily converted to GPU and ASIC :-( :-( :-(

This is not true. What makes a program ASIC resistance is the algorithm used. Ideally bringing on GPU mining would be best for everyone, but we are trying to achieve a small entry level cost to mining in the beginning as we want to give everyone a chance to experience and see just what mining crypto can be like. Also give them a chance to gather coins to allow them to upgrade rigs later on down the road for better mining results. 

george posted this 23 November 2017

Any of the tests? What was the worst CPU you tested. And how many times was the best better. (i7 or E5 10 core :-))

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Cryptoboss posted this 25 November 2017

Wow, I'm loving it already. And hope hope investors will get the first chance at mining before the whale miners start to jump in. I guess mining software should be released to we members only.

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Soferox posted this 25 November 2017

The private alpha and beta are for investors only yes. So you will get the first chance to download the mining software. 

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cwick posted this 25 November 2017

guys even though it is taking a wee-bit of time, I really couldn't be more pleased with the team, the transparency, and the potential price of the masternode(s).

you guys really seem to have us, the users, best interest at heart. certainly can't say that about certain others, lol...  ;-) 

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Soferox posted this 27 November 2017

George,

This was our original concept for mining. We are still tinkering with it, but it is looking like a V2 for mining for this. I think to create a stable and good working environment we will use traditional hashing methods, but basically this is in essence staking. Something we really like as it gives the community options and a voice as to who is mining, rather then letting the person with tons of money and can build massive mining environments be the top miner. But to answer

Who gets the trust? (user)

Yes the user

Can the user exchange several CPUs without losing confidence? (probably yes)

Yes they can. It is based more on the miner ID or wallet address rather.

User is who? (wallet number)

Yes their wallet number. If we implement staking they'd probably have an ID along with their wallet address.

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george posted this 27 November 2017

Thank you.

Staking is ok. I understand the project is evolving.

POW is fun at the start. Maybe POW only in private Alpha and Beta or 3 months... for 5 Mil SFX

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madmanali posted this 13 February 2018

Definitely interested in beta testing mining.

And Bxipp i know the guides to mining are not always clear. But don't worry us tech guys are more than happy to help walk your through start mining. Once you got to grips, its is easy enough. 

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Dynacaf posted this 03 April 2018

I also had the same problem yesterday, mining for a few hours without showing the SFX balance increase, it stayed 0 SFX till i started mining again today, wallet showed more than 20 popups in windows 10, all my mined SFX from yesterday arrived in my wallet, so don't worry if you get the wallet address right, just need some time to sync your wallet :-) happy mining

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morenoar01 posted this 03 April 2018

Thanks for your reply,

So i copied the sfx wallet address showing in the receive tab (blue arrow pointing down) i copied the address from there and pasted it into the bat file, replacing the one in there. Is this the correct method?

Thanks

R Moreno

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Dynacaf posted this 03 April 2018

No Problem R Moreno,

Yes you need to copy the address from "receive" section wallet into the .bat file, then just start this .bat file and check the first lines appearing in this window, should see your address there, if you want to be 100% sure you are up-and-running just check out this page; http://pool.soferox.com/workers You are OK if you see your address popping up between other miners there. Good luck!

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rleasure0 posted this 03 April 2018

I have been mining now for over a day with over 200 kh. With an address from my wallet, but I have yet to receive anything. Also how is it that people are mining gigahash without GPUs.. I just want to make sure my hashes are counting and Im being rewarded for them?

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Soferox posted this 22 November 2017

We plan to support all platforms, as far as block time and what not that is something we are trying to prepare for right now. We are doing major network enhancements and are creating a fast environment. 

That is our goal. 

george posted this 22 November 2017

OK. We wait.

george posted this 22 November 2017

You have tested. Does the CPU seem particularly important in the number of cores? How important is the memory of 8GB or better RAM (16GB). SSD? I'll buy something under the tree. :-)

Soferox posted this 22 November 2017

The number of cores is important, as in, we do parallel programming, so we are able to access all cores dynamically and not as needed. So performance is based on a mix of speed and available cores. More isn't always better ya know  

george posted this 22 November 2017

and RAM ? You recomended 8 or 16 or 32 GB?

Mello posted this 23 November 2017

The program is crazy light-weight. Can run on a 2GB system. Processor is the only real thing that is important.  

So uptime is important or is it processor heavy, are we talking staking here?  - yeah still looking for more, keep the info flowing.

george posted this 23 November 2017

If the program does not need memory then it will be easily converted to GPU and ASIC :-( :-( :-(

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