#1 How to start

When we designed the new version of minerstat we wanted to make everything as simple as possible for mining managers who need to manage a large number of rigs and want to do it as fast as possible and with total control over any aspect of the mining process. There are several mining management services out there and since we took a different approach, we will guide you through a series of minerstat tutorials, showing you how to use it and where and how to take advantage of minerstat features. In this tutorial, we will start with the basics - how to start with minerstat and what should you need to know before you start.

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#2 Overclock with ClockTune™

Besides workers, config editor, and address editor, the most used feature of minerstat is overclocking with ClockTune. We tried to design overclocking in a way that every miner will get the most out of it and that it will be able to be applied as quickly as possible. This is why we decided to use overclocking profiles.

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#3 Alerts and triggers

To stay aware of what is going on with your mining rigs, minerstat offers you several alerting options and custom triggers. Both are account-wide and are taken into consideration for each worker separately.

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#4 Profit switch and mining calculator

When we decided to implement profit switch we were wondering which approach could we take. Since we are monitoring and management software, we don’t own any pools and don’t have a simple, straightforward way to compare few values and decide regarding them what is the best. What made our solution easier to implement was the fact that we have implemented the address editor.

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#5 Team and customers

This tutorial will come in handy for all mining managers that are managing rigs for their clients, investors, for smaller or larger teams, or for those that are sharing the accounts. To have a better overview and to be more organized with your team members and your customers, we allow you to create two types of users - team members and customers.

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#6 Balance monitoring

Since all historical and estimated profitabilities depend on theoretically estimated reward and this could differ from the actually earned coins, we also offer a balance monitoring tool for wallets and pools. Free users can monitor up to 2 wallet addresses and 2 pools, paying customers can monitor up to 5 wallet addresses ad 5 pools, and minerstat+ users can monitor the unlimited number of wallets and pools.

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#7 Statistics and data exporting

One of the things that are important to some people but entirely uninteresting to others is historical data and statistics. We believe that professional miners and mining managers will find statistics useful and will need detailed data for their business operation more than the hobby miners.

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#8 Profit switch with Zergpool

After our existing clients and early access users tested our profit switch function, we have received multiple wishes to add support for multialgo auto-exchange pools. We have already implemented a profit switch function that works on coins and NiceHash, so we decided to give such pools a try as well. Now minerstat supports Zergpool algorithm mining with auto-exchange to your BTC address.

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#9 How to organize and use groups

When adding a new worker to the minerstat dashboard, the worker is automatically assigned to two groups denoted by the worker’s type and system. These two groups are required for minerstat to faster distinguish which type of worker and system you are using. But beside these two groups, you can assign custom groups to your worker.

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