If you’re anything like me and you mine with an Nvidia GPU or two you have probably found “whattomine.com”.
When you first started out mining you put your gpu and power details in and clicked on the button to see which was the best, most profitable crypto on the day and before you knew it your desktop is covered in wallets and a different folder for each coin and miner etc. Am I right??
Well, in the past few days I have had a bit of a cleanup.
The first thing I did was put most of my smaller earnings on an exchange and swapped them for zen, zcash and BTCP. Basically coins I like for one reason or another.
Last week I talked a friend at work into getting a GPU and doing a little mining for BTCP on our very own mining pool, https://equihash.hashitmining.com
After showing him the basics I told him of my predicament with batch file shortcuts covering my desktop.
He said “why don’t you just make one batch file with multiple choices?”
So I did a few minutes research and this is what I came up with…
This is my .bat file
title All Coins
echo 1.BTCP Hashit Single Card
echo 2.BTCP Miningspeed
echo 3.Zen Suprnova
echo 4.Zcash Suprnova
echo 5.Zcash Flypool
set /p a=
IF %a%==1 (miner --server us-east.hashitmining.com --user b1RGZyD9TJVLkwYCfCNqWsBuU4aPu5eUKP5.munternet_1080 --pass x --port 3041 --color --fee 0.1)
IF %a%==2 (miner --server mine-us.miningspeed.com --user b1RGZyD9TJVLkwYCfCNqWsBuU4aPu5eUKP5.munternet_1080 --pass x --port 2062 --color --fee 0.1)
IF %a%==3 (miner --server zen.suprnova.cc --user munternet.rog --pass x --port 3618 --color --fee 0.1)
IF %a%==4 (miner --server zec-apac.suprnova.cc --user munternet.rog --pass x --port 2142 --color --fee 0.1)
IF %a%==5 (miner --server asia1-zcash.flypool.org --user t1ZfvcMgWjc7ro2DW1DFfMSu5kFpAjEmsCo.munternet_1080 --pass x --port 3333 --color --fee 0.1)
All my batch files were for Equihash so this made it easier for me.
Place the batch file in with the chosen miner or miners (you may be able to have more than one miner in the same folder) and create a shortcut on the desktop.
After clicking the shortcut you must type in the number of the chosen operation and press enter.