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How to mine ALTCOINS on your Windows home/gaming PC

How to mine ALTCOINS on your Windows PC's GPU & CPU

How to get your CPU & GPU to mine ALTCOINS - yay!!! solved:1

  • Update your System software.
  • Choose the coin you would like to mine here keeping in mind the capabilities of your hardware and the Algorithm that you are targeting.
  • Download CCminer & MSI Afterburner & HWMonitor (*** Mining is hardware intensive, so keep an eye on the temperatures of your CPU and GPU)
  • Join the appropriate mining pool for increased payments Pool Overview Here 
  • Setup your wallets to receive the particular coin you are mining. 
  • Setup your mining software to begin mining, and confirm hashrate as below


    [2021-03-04 19:20:43] accepted: 1/1 (diff 0.000), 55.67 kH/s yes!

    [2021-03-04 19:20:45] accepted: 2/2 (diff 0.000), 55.67 kH/s yay!!! solved: 1

  • Sit back and enjoy the thought of all your millions in Crypto Currency rolling in.

E:\1 miners\ccminer-x86-2.2.5-cuda9>ccminer -a scrypt -o stratum+tcp:// -u M9HuPAJrY9nujMJqz86jpLuDvMLxzrAEwa.TEST -p diff_16:DRvMGniTnX73yEML5h9h7LfG7twmwcnpiY
*** ccminer 2.2.5 for nVidia GPUs by [email protected] ***
Built with VC++ 2013 and nVidia CUDA SDK 9.0 32-bits

Originally based on Christian Buchner and Christian H. project
Include some kernels from alexis78, djm34, djEzo, tsiv and krnlx.

BTC donation address: 1AJdfCpLWPNoAMDfHF1wD5y8VgKSSTHxPo (tpruvot)

[2021-03-04 19:20:06] Starting on stratum+tcp://
[2021-03-04 19:20:06] NVAPI GPU monitoring enabled.
[2021-03-04 19:20:06] 1 miner thread started, using 'scrypt' algorithm.
[2021-03-04 19:20:07] Stratum difficulty set to 16 (0.00024)
[2021-03-04 19:20:07] scrypt block 2011095, diff 10318856.995
[2021-03-04 19:20:09] GPU #0: 32 hashes / 4.0 MB per warp.
[2021-03-04 19:20:10] GPU #0: Performing auto-tuning, please wait 2 minutes...
[2021-03-04 19:20:10] GPU #0: maximum total warps (BxW): 366
[2021-03-04 19:20:18] scrypt block 2011096, diff 10318856.995
[2021-03-04 19:20:25] GPU #0: 59126.95 hash/s with configuration T6x4
[2021-03-04 19:20:25] GPU #0: using launch configuration T6x4
[2021-03-04 19:20:25] GPU #0: Intensity set to 9.5, 768 cuda threads
[2021-03-04 19:20:25] scrypt factor set to 9 (1024)
[2021-03-04 19:20:34] GPU #0: Gigabyte GT 710, 55.63 kH/s
[2021-03-04 19:20:43] GPU #0: Gigabyte GT 710, 55.72 kH/s
[2021-03-04 19:20:43] accepted: 1/1 (diff 0.000), 55.67 kH/s yes!

[2021-03-04 19:20:45] accepted: 2/2 (diff 0.000), 55.67 kH/s yay!!! solved: 1

Test settings to copy for ccminer -a scrypt -o stratum+tcp:// -u LN1uq1tVFzQjyux3zkDYMFxCEv7SYZoVRR -p diff_16:DRvMGniTnX73yEML5h9h7LfG7twmwcnpiY pause


  1. Run MSI Afterburner.
  2. Lower the power limit to 80%.
  3. Hit the apply button.
  4. Start the ccminer  mining process.  ***see full explanation below
  5. Use these test settings below, copy to the ccminer start .bat file to test your rig, and when you see the GREEN message onscreen from the miner, you will know that your hardware is working as it should, congratulations, you have mined a block:  [2021-03-04 19:20:43] accepted: 1/1 (diff 0.000), 55.67 kH/s yay!!! solved: 1 

COPY to the ccminer start .bat file to test your setup>>>>       

ccminer -a scrypt -o stratum+tcp:// -u M9HuPAJrY9nujMJqz86jpLuDvMLxzrAEwa.TEST -p diff_16:DRvMGniTnX73yEML5h9h7LfG7twmwcnpiY  pause                                                           


Check for this WORKER by scrolling to next or by clicking on "show 100 lines":          M9HuP  rAEwa.TEST     confirm that worker (your rig/pc) is producing hashrate and receiving shares by clicking on this link

Next, tweak your power consumption

  1. Take note of your hash rate (in kH/s or MH/s etc) from the miner command line window.
  2. Lower the power limit in Afterburner a further 5%.
  3. Hit the Apply button.
  4. Take note of your hash rate again after 10 minutes.
  5. Continue steps 6-8 until you notice a drop in the hash rate or hit the minimum power limit allowed.

Change Windows 10 power settings

  1. Hit the Windows key.
  2. Type "power."
  3. Choose "Power & Sleep" from the results.
  4. Change both drop-down menus to "Never."
  5. Scroll down and select "Additional power settings."
  6. Scroll down and select "Show additional plans"
  7. Select "High performance"

Read more here to find out how to connect to the mining pool directly with your windows pc to mine LTC & DOGE:

there is also  & for a wide selection of mineable ALTCOINS.


my TOP 9 current paying faucets are:



1. Update all your software here and devices here, and make sure your Microsoft Windows System software is updated too.

2. Download the appropriate mining software from github (antivirus/anti malware will block the download, add to exceptions list) that matches your hardware and windows operating system (i.e xp, 7, 8 or 10 and 32bit or 64bit) the CUDA version of your GPU for optimal speed is also important, GPUz will help you find out what your GPU cuda version is. 

3. COPY to Start.bat file and test run to see if your hardware is in fact mining >>>>       

ccminer -a scrypt -o stratum+tcp:// -u M9HuPAJrY9nujMJqz86jpLuDvMLxzrAEwa.TEST -p diff_16:DRvMGniTnX73yEML5h9h7LfG7twmwcnpiY  pause             

<<<<COPY --this is the setup that you can test on your mining software ccminer - my rig makes use of \ccminer-x86-2.2.5-cuda9 to mine LTC and DOGE

4. Research different pool fee structures and percentages that will suit your tastes, and rig * note, i am CPU and GPU mining DOGE & LTC Coins in a solo mining pool, where the block finder is rewarded the fees earned as well as 12.5 Litecoins (LTC) or 10 000 Dogecoins (DOGE), allows you to mine directly to your wallet address, LTC with your GPU and DOGE with your CPU due to SEGWIT support.

Two Main Pool Payment Systems: PPS vs. PPLNS

There are many different payout systems, but most pools use Pay Per Share (PPS) or Pay Per Last N Share (PPLNS). These determine how much a miner gets paid, what they get paid for actually doing, and whether they need to give the pool a portion of their earnings as a fee in return.

Pay Per Share (PPS)

PPS pools pay miners based on the number of shares they've contributed during a mining round (the time it takes to mine one block), even if the pool didn't mine a block that round.

Pay Per Last N Share (PPLNS)

PPLNS is not constrained to the round system, and PPLNS miners don't get paid based on how much overall hashpower they contribute. Each PPLNS pool establishes two things: a period within which shares will be paid, and the total number of shares (N) to be paid in that period (often it's twice the difficulty).  PPLNS only pays miners for blocks that are actually mined.

Other Payout Structures

The following payout structures are, for the most part, variants of PPS and PPLNS that different pools have tweaked to suit their own needs. As you can see, many include “pay per share” in their title but have added some small adjustment to the rules, as desired. 

  • PROP (Proportional): Proportional distribution of block reward among all miners, depending on how many shares each found.
  • FPPS - Full Pay Per Share: Similar to PPS, but as well as distributing the block reward, miners receive some of the transaction fees.
  • SMPPS (Shared Maximum Pay Per Share): A capped maximum flat rate, like PPS, but the flat rate only applies when the pool earns money. Otherwise, there is no payment.
  • ESMPPS (Equalized Shared Maximum Pay Per Share): Like the above SMPPS system, but payments are equalized among miners.
  • CPPSRB (Capped Pay Per Share with Recent Backpay): Bitcoin miners are paid as much as possible using a Maximum Pay Per Share reward system.
  • DGM - Double Geometric Method: Operators receive a portion of payout on short rounds and return some on long rounds to reduce risk and create a more stabilized payment system on average.
  • Score : A proportional reward depending on time of submission. Each submitted share is valued based on time of submission, making more recent shares more valuable, and diminishing the score of a miner who stops mining, encouraging loyalty and consistency. Slush Pool, the oldest pool, uses this system. - Score is BEST for SOLO GPU & CPU mining.
  • RSMPPS : Recent Shared Maximum Pay Per Share. This is like a hybrid SMPPS/Score system, a capped maximum rate that rewards recent shares over earlier shares.
  • PPLNSG : Pay Per Last N Groups (or shifts). PPLNS-like system where shares are grouped into shifts of workers and paid into those subgroups.
  • POT - Pay On Target: Modeled on PPS, this system pays out based on difficulty returned to the pool rather difficulty served out by the pool (input vs. output).
  • Triplemining: Merges multiple no-fee pools and pays out 1% of every block.

Should I choose PPS or PPLNS?

This is one of the common questions most miners have initially. Should I choose Pay Per Share or Pay Per Last N Share pools? If you are the person who don’t switch pools often then PPLNS is definitely for you as such pools are good at rewarding its loyal miners.

Pay Per Share: No matter what, if you need a fixed payouts at the end of the day to liquidate then our recommendation would be PPS. Pay Per Share works well for large mining farms who can calculate and have statistics based on their mining power. PPS is good for large miners but really bad for pool owners as there is a guaranteed payout for work no matter if the pool hits the block or not. For this reason and because of pool hoppers most of the mining pools have switched to PPLNS payment model.

Pay Per Last N Shares: If you are the one that is looking to accumulate and hold more coins then we are strongly recommending PPLNS. For each block that your pool finds, you will get a share based on your hashrate. Unlike PPS, in PPLNS you will get payouts more often and in the long run you will be rewarded more with PPLNS than PPS. However due to huge variance it’s really hard to calculate your mining income. PPLNS is good for both mid-range miners and pool owners as the payouts is only based on the blocks found. If your pool is more lucky  then you’ll see payments more often. This is the reason why miners stick to a pool where there is more hash power assuming the pool finds block very often.


As with any profitable activity, there are some pretty substantial risks to be aware of when mining cryptocurrencies:

  • Losing your digital wallet
  • Dishonest mining pool organizers
  • Electricity costs could make your mining unprofitable
  • Hackers
  • The cryptocurrency you mine could drop in value

Good habits to adopt when mining for cryptocurrencies.

Store your coin wallet on a detachable memory drive, which you will detach from your computer and network when you’re not using it. Transfer your coins regularly from your online storage (if using a cloud mining service) into your detachable wallet so they do not accumulate online. Also develop a personal habit of backing up your wallet every two days and keep your password written down in a safe place. And please don’t click random twitter links promoting giveaways or airdrops.

  • A reputable mining pool/cloud service

Pools/cloud services with active online communities that have good reputations are your best bet. Hashflare, Genesis, Hashing24, Minex, Minergate, and NiceHash are just some of the most often mentioned ones.

  • Lock your electricity fees

Some electricity providers will allow you to lock in your per-kilowatt-hour fee for a year or two. 


When it comes to Microsoft Windows Apps for Crypto Currency mining, the recommendation would be that the following measures are installed first, before commencing:

Use the BRAVE BROWSER and earn free BAT tokens while enjoying more privacy and security on the web (HODL!)

Free download of AVG anti virus (vital) add the folder where you keep all your mining software to the exceptions list.

Malware protection (vital) add the folder where you keep all your mining software to the exceptions list.

To secure your accounts please use Google Authenticator (vital)

Secure all your passwords in PWSAFE! (vital)

Search your browsers Extension Store for AntiMalware Bytes and AdBlock and install both. (vital) 

To unzip the github miner files

To exchange/trade one Crypto for another, or to buy or sell at spot, 10x Margin, or 100X Futures Market make use of KUCOIN. Receiving/Deposit wallets are used to collect Crypto Currencies. 

more wallets: (free coins on KYC) Free cloud mining BTC also available with Demo Account Trading and Competitions. Free Demo Competition accounts to learn how to trade and win some Currency in the process.

Sign up and create a portfolio in CoinGecko to keep track of all your coins, how big can your bag get?, let me know in the comments below.

if the coin is on this list it is dead…

I would suggest you open a dedicated Google/Gmail Account, Open and Pin (&Bookmark) to a browser and secure all your exchange accounts well, with all the security features possible. Also please note, only BTC can be sent to a specific Deposit BTC Wallet address, and ETH only to an ETH wallet, etc


Learn how to mine free on the cloud          


Disclaimer: I am NOT a financial advisor, and my reviews/overviews of cryptocurrencies, platforms, projects, and miners are based on my own personal experience. Everyone has different experiences. I am not affiliated with the pages in any way other than to share my referral links, and am simply writing an article about interesting application/cryptocurrency faucets I have found and am using myself. I am not recommending people to download the apps or sign up on the sites, nor recommending people to stay away. The referral code is simply there so that if you support my content and want to find out a little more about the ways that i am currently using to make Crypto Currencies on the exchange, be my guest. No investment is a guarantee. Remember, whether it is the stock market, real estate, or cryptocurrencies, only invest what you can afford to lose.


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How to mine Crypto from your Mobile Device and PC
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