How to simultaneously mine Burst and BTCHD


#1

So, I have had a few people ask me so here goes nothing.
This is a quick rundown of how to simultaneously mine Burst coin and BTCHD at the same time, without having to reward assigning yourself to Hpool!

  1. Install the wallet http://www.btchd.org/en#wallet
    Fire up your wallet and generate a receiving address under receiving addresses
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  2. Create an account at http://btchd.hpool.com/
    Once you have created a user, add your payout address under Assets Management> Payment address, and then copy your apiKey: found on the Basic Settings page.
  3. Download the miner here http://btchd.hpool.com/download
    Edit the following in Miner.conf
    MinerName add your username for Hpool
    Paths add your plot paths.
    AccountKey this is the API I told you to copy earlier.
  4. Fire up the miner and you should now be mining BTCHD on the same plots you mine your Burst.

Payouts are at 04:00 Copenhagen time.
Btchd.hpool.com is the only BTCHD pool available at the time writing this.
The coin is listed here https://www.bitmart.com/trade?symbol=BHD_ETH

Things to take into consideration.
They have a mortgage plane in place whereby you will only be paid 10% of what you mine, unless
you mortgage 3 times the amount of BTCHD to the amount of TB you would like to mine with.
Invest at your own risk! read more about this on the Assets Management page under Mortgage.
Your miner needs to have the adequate hardware to handle the extra ram and cpu load.
Lastly I would like to note that this coin is very new to me so I don’t know all the pros and cons yet.
However if this was helpful to you at all BTCHD 3GpF5mMGW9PinQf8XhNY9RejoCr9sPBhKd or BURST-7EXC-WXU7-AZ4M-5DE3T
Regards http://Moverspool.ml:8080 operator.


#2

When digging for burst, GPU and CPU are largely idle. can mining eth or xmr?


#3

Sure you can.:slight_smile:


#4

Ok, so BTCHD is new to me. I tried to get some info, but there is not much that I can find.
Another coin to mine with POC is always welcome, but this looks strange. Do you have more info on this?
Anyways, thanks for the how to.


#5

Nope i said it myself its new to me…
The coin only started 2 months ago.
I think 52Asic is one of the devs…