BCHSV, referred to as Bitcoin Cash Satoshi Version, is a full node implementation of Bitcoin cash and will be committed to the bitcoin vision articulated by Nakamoto Satoshi in the 2008 White Paper, “Bitcoin: A Peer-to-Peer Electronic Cash System.”
The algorithm of BCHSV is SHA256, which is available for BTC rigs, such as antminer S9, What’s miner M10, innosilicon T2T, Snowpanther A1, etc.
Notice: Being different from BTC mining through username, the BCHSV mining is through wallet address.
Currently, the wallet of Windows version has not been released, only the Linux version is available. Besides, the full node wallet requires a large number of hard disk space, please use the exchange or the third-party wallet if the space is not enough.
Notice: The country’s regulatory policies on exchanges are not uniform, and the relevant risks are borne by the miners themselves.
Part 3 — Miner Configuration
Input the miner’s IP address in the browser, and go through the miner backstage.
User/Worker：wallet address.worker name（Here is for inputting the wallet address, not the F2Pool username. and there is a dot “.” for separating the wallet address and worker name. Worker name can be customized, both numbers or letters are fine. such as: qrh0y423lgh0cjskawpnwmakx23c2rz0j5mc2xkjzm.test01）
Password: any word, such as 123.
After confirmation, save the settings, then the miner will start mining after a while.
Part 4 — Monitoring mining machine status and revenue
To view the operational status and daily income of the mining machine, you can access the f2pool official website, click on the search bar in the upper right corner, and enter the wallet address to check.
You can also view the information through our f2pool app. From the login screen, select “Quick View” in the bottom right corner and enter your wallet address.
Please note: After you set up your miner, it may take a little time before your mining data will sync with the f2pool website and app.