How to mine Gemlink (GLINK)?

Below, we list a few examples to get you mining Gemlink (GLINK) with miniZ

You should check each pool page since the pool may define more than one server or port number.

Normally, you do not need to write --pers sngemPoW or --par=144,5. However, this depends on the pool, and miniZ version.

For more information about miniZ command line arguments, please refer to Usage page.
Happy GLINK mining!

How to mine Firo (FIRO)?

Below, we list a few examples to get you mining Firo (FIRO) with miniZ

You should check each pool page since the pool may define more than one server or port number.

Normally, you do not need to write --par=progpow --pers=firo. However, this may depend on the pool.

For more information about miniZ command line arguments, please refer to Usage page.
Happy FIRO mining!

How to mine Ethereum Classic (ETC)?

Below, we list a few examples to get you mining Ethereum Classic (ETC) with miniZ

NOTE: It is possible that a few pools are not yet supported.
             We’ll work to increase the number of supported pools in the next release.

You should check each pool page since the pool may define more than one server or port number.

Normally, you do not need to write --par=etchash and/or --pers=etchash. However, this depends on the pool. We’ll keep improving the miner in order to support more pools.

For more information about miniZ command line arguments, please refer to Usage page.
Happy ETC mining!

How to mine Ethereum (ETH)?

Below, we list a few examples to get you mining Ethereum (ETH) with miniZ

NOTE: It is possible that a few pools are not yet supported.
             We’ll work to increase the number of supported pools in the next release.

You should check each pool page since the pool may define more than one server or port number.

Normally, you do not need to write --par=ethash. However, this depends on the pool.

For more information about miniZ command line arguments, please refer to Usage page.
Happy ETH mining!

How to mine Ravencoin (RVN)?

Below, we list a few examples to get you mining Ravencoin (RVN) with miniZ

You should check each pool page since the pool may define more than one server or port number.

Normally, you do not need to write --par=kawpow or --pers=rAVENCOINKAWPOW. However, this depends on the pool.

For more information about miniZ command line arguments, please refer to Usage page.
Happy RVN mining!

How to mine VeriBlock (VBK)?

Below, we list a few examples to get you mining VeriBlock (VBK) with miniZ

You should check each pool page since the pool may define more than one server or port number.

Normally, you do not need to write --par=vProgPow or --pers=VeriBlock. However, this depends on the pool.

For more information about miniZ command line arguments, please refer to Usage page.
Happy VBK mining!

How to mine Veil (VEIL)?

Below, we have an example to get you mining Veil (VEIL) with miniZ

You should check each pool page since the pool may define more than one server or port number.

Normally, you do not need to write --par=ProgPow or --pers=veil. However, this depends on the pool.

For more information about miniZ command line arguments, please refer to Usage page.
Happy VEIL mining!

How to mine Zano (ZANO)?

Below, we list a few examples to get you mining Zano (ZANO) with miniZ

You should check each pool page since the pool may define more than one server or port number.

Normally, you do not need to write --par=ProgPowZ or --pers=zano. However, this depends on the pool.

For more information about miniZ command line arguments, please refer to Usage page.
Happy ZANO mining!

How to mine Super Zero (SERO)?

Below, we list a few examples to get you mining Super Zero (SERO) with miniZ

You should check each pool page since the pool may define more than one server or port number.

Normally, you do not need to write --par=progpow--pers=sero. However, this depends on the pool.

For more information about miniZ command line arguments, please refer to Usage page.
Happy SERO mining!

How to mine Zclassic (ZCL)?

Below, we list a few examples to get you mining Zclassic with miniZ.

You should check each pool page since the pool may define more than one server and port number.

Normally, you do not need to write --pers ZcashPoW or --par=192,7. However, this depends on the pool, and miniZ version.

For more information about miniZ command line arguments, please refer to Usage page.
Happy ZCL mining!