Solo-mining Kryptokrona means that you, alone, try to find the next block. It is extremely hard, and not recommended - try our other guides if you want a more steady flow of XKR. Solo-mining is limited to only your CPU.
If you're sure you want to solo mine, let's continue.
Note: If they aren't there, you'll have to compile it yourself:
Kryptokronais running and fully synced, or find a public node to use here.
Go to your folder that has
miner.exein it and start a cmd prompt.
- This can easily be done by moving to the
Kryptokronadirectory in Windows Explorer, then typing
cmdin the search bar and hitting enter.
In Linux, you may be able to right click on your directory and "Open in" Terminal.
When it opens, type:
miner --address SEKR.. --threads 4 --scan-time 1 --log-level 3
If you're using a remote node, you can add the following flag:
SEKR..with your Kryptokrona public address. We recommend setting the
--threadsoption to half of how many you have. So if you have 12 threads in your CPU, set it to
miner --address SEKReX2avthCKT4YUUKV3jgZ1Hderk9XbRciqp8vHVPoDSb9nA1dCV86Jia3TkD4jWgfxeh1AEYV3DKEAesSb7mSAvNqf6cB6kR --threads 4 --scan-time 1 --log-level 3
Congratulations, you are now solo mining Kryptokrona from your CPU.
Kryptokronamust stay running for the miner to mine Kryptokrona, unless you use a remote node.
- Be patient. Finding a block may happen within the first few hours of mining. It also may take a week. Or it may never happen.
- If you accidently close out
Kryptokronayou can restart the miner by hitting Ctrl+C on your keyboard, then re-entering the miner command given above.
- You may have to adjust the amount of threads based on your PC's capabilities(half of how many your CPU has is recommended).