‘Crypto’ is designed to be decentralized, secure and unalterable; and every cryptocurrency transaction is encrypted. These transaction records are then added to a ‘block’ until a set number of transactions has been made. That block, in turn, then gets added to the public blockchain.
Because these blocks are encrypted, they are like complicated math puzzles that only powerful computer hardware can solve. The process of solving these puzzles on these blocks and adding them to the public blockchain is basically what mining is.
Miners verify the transactions. The reward for doing this is payment in that particular block’s coin, in this case ANON. The payment is based on how much their hardware contributed to solving that puzzle.
Renting hashpower is an easy option for mining, though it’s not discussed here. Please look at such sites as https://www.miningrigrentals.com/ for further technical information on renting hash. To mine with a rental ‘mining rig’, you will need funds to pay for the rental, a cryptocurrency wallet address for the coin you will be mining, and relevant mining pool configuration details.
If you want to use your own resources to mine, please read on.
The elements that go into ANON mining on your computer involve wallets, hardware such as CPU’s and GPU’s, software, and a mining pool. You’ll download the software you need to mine ANON and edit an executable text file with details like the mining pool’s URL to connect to, your wallet address and the name of your “worker” or PC. Once the blocks are solved and coins are generated, the pool automatically pays you directly to your wallet.
Ask the ANON admins on telegram or discord to help you build your ANON wallet if you need guidance – or simply install the ZelCore or Magnum wallet. Use your wallet to obtain an address to have your mining rewards sent to.
At minimum: a computer with a 1050 ti graphics card.
Make sure all your operating system (eg Windows) updates have been applied.
Make sure your video (graphics) card drivers are all up to date. This is a small piece of software that tells the operating system, and other software, how to communicate with the video card hardware.
Be aware that antivirus programs may interfere with mining performance, so consider disabling these if you are confident you know what you are doing.
Make sure your power management is set so that your computer doesn’t power down during mining.
This is a pre-zipped EWFB 0.6 miner software with the ANON batchfile: https://assets.anonfork.io/Miningscripter_V1.4.0.zip
Just unzip it to your computer, run the miningscripter.exe, and adjust the wallet and worker details.
Change “Worker” (where the person icon is) to your nickname, or codename, whatever you are happy with being seen publicly and “Wallet” to your wallet address beginning with “An” (see the example image) – the password is optional.
We kindly ask that you use xeropool.com for your mining pool during our testing phase.
If you still would like to use another mining pool, you have the ability to unlock the server input.
Crypto is designed to be decentralized, secure and unalterable.
Please DO NOT join a pool with the majority of the hash!
You can check the hashrate here https://miningpoolstats.stream/anonymous and if a pool has over 40%, please consider joining another pool.
Have you found a block but didn’t receive a payment?
Our Mining Scripter is still in testing phase – Please be assured:
If you found a block, but did NOT get a reward, we will credit you manually!
For this, or any other mining enquiries, simply contact @Xarxero on telegram.
Don’t forget, it will ALWAYS take 100 Blocks for ANON to mature before being sent to your address.
General pool data:
Ports: 3333 (Low Diff), 3334 (High Diff), 3335 (Extreme Diff)
Diff-Adjustment: 60 sec
Blocknotify: 55 sec