This is a guide on how to solomine Trezarcoin, a relatively new cryptocurrency that I believe has some legs behind it.
So on to the instructions on Windows. Sorry I don’t have a Linux box handy to doc this with.
What you need
Trezarcoin wallet. You can download that here.
ccminer. I am using an older build because I am seeing better performance with it on my Nvidia 1070 GPU. YMMV. You can download that here.
Install the wallet. I created a directory on the desktop and named it TrezarCoin. Instructions assume that path.
Create a file named trezarcoin.conf and place it in the Desktop\Trezarcoin\data folder.
Edit said file in notepad and fill it with some details:
irc=1 dns=1 qtstyle=1 daemon=1 server=1 stakegen=1 logtimestamps=1 minersleep=2000 stakemindepth=1000 stakemintime=24 stakecombine=40 stakesplit=80 port=17298 rpcport=17299 rpcallowip=#.#.#.# rpcuser=USER rpcpassword=PASS addnode=220.127.116.11:17298 addnode=18.104.22.168:17298 addnode=22.214.171.124:57514
replace the “rpcallowip”=#.#.#.# with your IP address of your mining node on the local network. If you are mining local on your machine with the wallet, then do 127.0.0.1 for example.
Replace USER and PASS with something stronger than my defaults.
Run your wallet program, \Desktop\TrezarCoin\trezarcoin-qt.exe
Let it sync up with the network. This may take some time.
While you are waiting configure your miner.
I make batch files for my various mining antics so I made a localtzc.bat file in the same folder as my ccminer program.
The command line is:
ccminer64_75 -a neoscrypt -o http://#.#.#.#:17299 -u USER -p PASS -s 2
Replace the #.#.#.# with the IP of your machine running the trezarcoin-qt.exe program. Replace USER and PASS with what you defined in the .conf file above.
Save the localtzc.bat file and run it.
You are now solomining.
If you have issues. I have no idea. It seems to be working for me. Work for you? Leave a comment, let us know. Didn’t work? Let us know.
Want to know your solomining output expectations?
Go to “WhattoMine” and put in your hashrate and power costs and whatnot and see how many coins/day. A block is 100, so for every 100 a day, you will find one solution.