How to set up mining on unMineable?

unMineable is one of the pools with auto-exchange feature, which supports mining via several common algorithms like Ethash and Etchash, Kawpow while getting paid in a currency or token you want even if normally it's not possible to mine that asset. Examples of supported payout assets include, but are not limited to: BTC, BNB, DOGE, UNI, ALGO, ADA, and others. Since unMineable isn't a typical anonymous pool and you need to follow a few guidelines to be able to use it, we will show you how to set up mining via Ethash algorithm on unMineable and receive BTC.

unMineable takes 1% mining fee, the payments are free, and the minimum payout threshold varies per selected asset and you should check it by selecting the coin on unMineable.

Pools

First, open the address editor and add new tag (POOL:UNM-ETH) with one of the following stratum addresses:

  • ethash.unmineable.com:3333
  • ethash.unmineable.com:13333
  • ethash-us.unmineable.com:3333
  • ethash-us.unmineable.com:13333
  • ethash-ca.unmineable.com:3333
  • ethash-ca.unmineable.com:13333
  • ethash-eu.unmineable.com:3333
  • ethash-eu.unmineable.com:13333
  • ethash-asia.unmineable.com:3333
  • ethash-asia.unmineable.com:13333

For other algorithms you can use the following stratum addresses:

Etchash

  • etchash.unmineable.com:3333
  • etchash.unmineable.com:13333

Kawpow

  • kp.unmineable.com:3333
  • kp.unmineable.com:13333

RandomX (CPU mining)

  • rx.unmineable.com:3333
  • rx.unmineable.com:13333

minerstat - unMineable pool

Wallets

In the next step you need to add a wallet address for the coin or token you want to receive by adding it to your address editor. Create new tag (WALLET:UNM-BTC) under wallets with coin ticker, followed by a colon and your BTC main network address. In our case, the whole content of tag (WALLET:UNM-BTC) should be as following:

BTC:34XFRfQsV9tNrkcGq2Xv38RswmTNYsbjAF

The process is the same for other coins or tokens, just make sure you add a supported ticker (i.e. BNB, ETH, UNI, ADA), then a colon and a wallet address. Here's another example with Ethereum:

ETH:0x03E49A6f9e87Edd5933cEF2640B9ceC1827B36A1

minerstat - unMineable wallet

Worker's config

In the next step, navigate to your worker's config. Select a default mining client that you want to use for mining on unMineable pool and then use the simple or advanced configuration.

Simple config example

  • Coin: unMineable Ethash
  • Pool: (POOL:UNM-ETH)
  • Wallet: (WALLET:UNM-BTC)
  • Password: x

minerstat - unMineable config

Phoenix

To set unMineable BTC mining via Ethash algorithm with Phoenix miner, you can use the following configuration:

-pool (POOL:UNM-ETH) -proto 2 -wal (WALLET:UNM-BTC).(WORKER) -worker (WORKER)

TeamRedMiner

To set up unMineable BTC mining via Ethash algorithm with TeamRedMiner, you can use the following configuration:

--algo ethash -o (POOL:UNM-ETH) -u (WALLET:UNM-BTC) -p x --eth_worker=(WORKER)

T-Rex

To set up unMineable BTC mining via Ethash algorithm with T-Rex Miner, you can use the following configuration:

{ "pools": [ { "user": "(WALLET:UNM-BTC)", "worker": "(WORKER)", "url": "(POOL:UNM-ETH)", "pass": "x" } ], "no-nvml": true, "api-bind-http": "127.0.0.1:4068", "json-response": true, "pci-indexing":true, "retries": 3, "retry-pause": 5, "timeout": 500, "no-watchdog":true, "algo": "ethash", "exit-on-cuda-error": true, "exit-on-connection-lost": false }

NBMiner

To set up unMineable BTC mining via Ethash algorithm with NBMiner, you can use the following configuration:

-a ethash -o (POOL:UNM-ETH) -u (WALLET:UNM-BTC).(WORKER) -long-format

You can repeat the process for other available stratums, algorithms and coins, just make sure that:

  • You are using correct stratum addresses;
  • You are using correct ports;
  • You have chosen correct mining client for your set up (Windows/Linux and AMD/Nvidia);
  • You have checked if mining client requires algorithm parameter and you have correctly updated it.
  • You have set up correct wallet address for the asset (coin or token), it needs to have the ticker (also known as asset symbol) and that the coin or token is supported by unMineable.
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