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There are many ways to help the Monero both directly and indirectly. Run a full node to directly support the network Donate to the Monero Forum Funding System Join a Monero workgroup for mining, support, or any others Participate in many of the Monero forums, such as here on the Stackexchange, on Reddit, Quora, etc Learn as much about Monero as you can so ...


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How to get a decimal value of difficulty (480045) by a hexadecimal value of a given target in hex (f3220000) ? Swap endian f3220000 and remove padding gets 22f3, then 0x100000001 / 0x22f3 yields: 480045. How to get a hexadecimal value of target (f3220000) by a decimal value of a given difficulty (480045)? ((2^256-1) / 480045) >> 224 is ...


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Xmr-stak is one of the best Monero mining programs and you can easily compile it for macOS. All the necessary instructions are here: Compile xmr-stak for macOS.


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The password field is utilized to better identify your worker, but I assume you are only using your CPU, so it's fine to leave it as "x". On hashvault.pro exchange the only thing required to track your current impending balance is your wallet address. Of course, the same address you put in your configuration. https://monero.hashvault.pro/en/#!/dashboard ...


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Running a full node with both in and outbound connections on the p2p ports.


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A mining proxy is similar to how you describe. Yes it allows you to have a bunch of miners appear as one miner to a pool, but just because you have a high amount of users being proxied to the pool, does not however mean: doing almost all the mining job and sharing equally among all the users in the pool Firstly, high user count does not necessarily mean ...


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Yes. This is one of a few problems with current pool implementations. Miners are trusting pools to: give miners their fair share of any blocks the pool mines payout on all blocks mined not censor transactions give miners hashing blobs for the main chain they want to mine not be performing a 51% attack display accurate information about the pool (e.g. its ...


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A proxy doesn't mine. You also don't need a pool to mine. A pool proxy needs a pool. If you want to solo mine with a collection of your own computers, you have a couple of options. You could set up your own private pool or use XMRig on each computer and connect them directly to your own Monero daemon. Both of these options effectively have you solo mining ...


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You don't have to log in as to get the stats you just add your wallet address to the dashboard or visit this URL replacing "wallet-address" with your own https://monero.hashvault.pro/en/dashboard/wallet-address When you log in you can adjust payment thresholds or set email notifications of down rigs. If this is of interest you can follow our guide: https://...


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