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Getting started with solo mining is easier than ever!

Help decentralize the network by using your favorite mining software (CPU & GPU) and trying your luck at solo mining.

You get 100% of the block reward for each block you mine, directly to your wallet, no middle man required.
For that reason, make sure that you have your wallet software set to "scan coinbase transactions" to receive the funds for any blocks you may find.

Simply point your miner at <loading...>, set your miner login to your wallet address and start mining! We'll handle the rest.

Just like using the miner in the core suite, you'll be mining by yourself to compete for a block.

You can add multiple workers as long as they all use the same wallet address in the login field of the miner software. Your workers will work together to find a block.

The "pool" manages the difficulty of each worker for you.
Note: Unlike mining with a PPLS or PPS pool, mining solo means that you will not receive any coins unless you find a block. There are no rewards for "shares" when solo mining. It's all or nothing.

Current Solo Mining Statistics

Pool Host Pool Port Block Height
Default Node Port SSL Timeout
Network Difficulty Current Block Reward Estimated Solo Hashrate # of Miners
Last Found Block Last Found Block Time

Solo Mining Calculator

Want to know how often you might find a block while solo mining given the last 24 hours of difficulty? Fill in the fields below.

Lookup Your Stats

Advanced Options

By default, we will set you up to mine using the node at: <loading...>

If you would like to mine using a different node, specify any of the following options in the password field of your miner configuration.
  • host=<hostname>
  • port=<port>
  • ssl=<ssl> (use 1 or true to enable; or 0 or false to disable)
  • timeout=<timeout> (in milliseconds, 1000 minimum)
To combine multiple options, separate them by a semicolon (;)
For example:;port=443;ssl=true;timeout=5000