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Getting Started with Monero Hill

If you are new to mining, this is the place for you.

Take a deep breath, its only confusing at first but pure joy once up and running.

1. Create a Wallet

Monero official wallet: The safest way to store and secure your XMR.

2. Download mining software. Check all and chose the one you like from this list.

XMRig with automatic miner and system configuration.

XMRig-NVIDIA with automatic miner configuration.

XMRig-AMD with automatic miner configuration.




Shiny XMRig-proxy with Windows support to rule them all.

XMR node proxy with worker's diff accumulation.
3. Pick a server and port

There are 2 important things here the URL and the port that you are going to connect to.

You need to pick your URL and Port from the Ports List.

The Port is used in conjunciton with the url and is used to specify the starting difficulty. You should select this depending on the total hashing power of your rig (see port descriptions).

View Ports list
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OK. So by now you should have a wallet, mining software, url and port. It's time to put them together.

Here are some examples of the parameters that you need to pass on to your miner software, the format matters so be careful.

Depending on your miner you need to add the required parameters via command line or config.txt

Required fields are payment address and MinerIdentifier

Username format : address.paymentID+FixedDifficulty
Password Format : MinerIdentifier:Email
Username / Password Samples

## {{sample.desc}}

{{sample.type}} : {{sample.sample}}

(e.g. miner.exe -u {{ (sample.type=="Username") ? sample.sample : 'paymentAddress' }} -p {{ (sample.type=="Password") ? sample.sample : 'worker' }})