HyperCash, referred to as HC (formerly known as HSR). The HyperCash network has two chains running laterally, with each serving different functions within the ecosystem. These two chains serve to provide us with an interlinked, bifocal dual-token, dual-chain ecosystem that will help us solve interconnection, privacy and security issues prevalent in the current blockchain ecosystem.
HC ’s algorithm is Blake256, currently supports ibelink DSM 6T, 7T, D9, D9+ and other DCR miners (Need to upgrade firmware); graphics card’s mining efficiency is too low, and it is not recommended. The following brief HC mining introduction is for ASIC miners.
1. Obtain suitable hardware
- ✅ HC can be efficiently mined with ASIC mining machines.
- ❌ HC cannot be efficiently mined with CPU and GPU cards.
View our Miners page to discover the most profitableASIC mining machines for HC.
2. Obtain wallet address
An HC wallet address is required for you to receive and monitor your mining revenue.
Mining revenue is distributed daily to every user that reaches the payout threshold. The payout threshold is 0.5 HC and details about payout method, fees and threshold can be found here.
3. Configure your mining device
Your miner must be connected to the F2Pool pool server listed below, and you must use a mining account that can receive HC for your revenue to be recorded and monitored.
Please enter the following information on your mining device:
- URL: stratum+tcp://hc.f2pool.com:5760
- Username: miningAccountUsername.workerName
- Password: *anything*
- workerName is optional, however, we recommend connecting each mining device with a separate workerName for efficient monitoring.
4. Start mining!
Your machines are ready to starting mining. From “Address Search” on the F2Pool homepage, you can insert your wallet address and monitor your hashrate, revenue, and payouts. 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.
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