Download and install the latest version of the Energi wallet from: https://www.energi.world/
Run the wallet and wait for sync to complete
You may have to enable viewing of hidden files and folders
This will load the new settings you specificed in your
You are now ready to set up energiminer
You should get an output that looks something like this, especially if you’re running multiple GPUs:
This will list every graphics card in your system. In the example, we have one entry for the onboard Intel graphics, and 6 entries for 6 AMD RX 580 GPUs.
Preceeding each entry are two numbers in this format:
The first number is the platform. The first platform, 0, is the onboard graphics card. The six RX580s are grouped into their own platform. We will be using platform 1, containing the six graphics cards.
The second number is the card number. The count starts from 0, so the six cards range from 0 to 5.
You will need this information when configuring your
energiminer.exe --opencl-platform 1 --opencl-devices 0 1 2 3 4 5 --gbt "http://UniqueUserName:4. Replace
[email protected]:9796" --coinbase-addr "YourWalletAddress"
energi.conffile and make sure that everything after
@REM offis on a single line.
5. Replace “
YourWalletAddress” with the address you just generated in the wallet software. The wallet address should be contained in quotes.
6. Make sure the numbers after
--opencl_devices match the cards you want to mine with when you ran the
energiminer.exe --list-devices command in step 3.
7. It should look something like this:
start.bat to start mining.