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How to setup PhoenixMiner for GPU mining

Compatible algorithms: Ethash, Etchash

Download the mining files 

First you need to download PhoenixMiner from here (official link):

https://phoenixminer.info/downloads/

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Here is also the official dev team post.

Setup with a start.bat file

Unzip the just downloaded file and in the same folder as the file called PhoenixMiner.exe, create a start.bat file with the contents:

PhoenixMiner.exe -pool ethash.unmineable.com:3333 -wal COIN:YOURADDRESS.WORKER_NAME -pass x 

Some things to consider:  

If your GPU meet the minimum memory for Ethash mining (6GB of memory) you can join our ethash pool, however if your GPU have 3GB or more you must change the pool url to: etchash.unmineable.com:3333 and add the parameter: -coin etc after the -pass x param. 2GB graphics cards are not supported at this time.

You must change COIN, YOURADDRESS and WORKER_NAME

COIN is the coin you are mining, for example: ADA, TRX, WIN, and more. Also keep the ":" symbol between the coin and your address. YOURADDRESS must be a valid address for the coin you choose, otherwise the pool will return an error, also be sure to check the supported network for some coins, like TRC20 for USDT mining (TRON address). The WORKER_NAME is simply any name that you would like to set for your worker, to identify it on the website.

For example, let's say you would like to mine DOGE, your address is "DogeAddr" and your worker name is "Miner01":

PhoenixMiner.exe -pool ethash.unmineable.com:3333 -wal DOGE:DogeAddr.Miner01 -pass x

Once you have the start.bat file, simply double click it, a terminal window will show up and you will be now mining! 😀

If you are mining XRP to an exchange or other coin that require payment tags or a memo to work, don't forget to add your memo or payment tag after your address:

XRP:YourAddress:YOUR_MEMO_OR_TAG.YourWorkerName

You can follow your progress on the website, by going into the Address section of the coin you are mining.