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## How to mine Monero (XMR) without a mining equipment?
If you don’t have a profitable mining equipment, nor time or
money to invest into building it, you can still mine Monero with NiceHash.
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If you want to bid on
hashing power select Standard (bidding) order type and if you want a fixed
order that cannot be outbid, select Fixed order type. The status of marketplace
and approximate prices of mining can be checked at [live marketplace](https://www.nicehash.com/index.jsp?p=orders)
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and approximate prices of mining can be checked at [live marketplace](https://www.nicehash.com/index.jsp?p=orders)
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# CLI Wallet/Daemon Isolation with Qubes + Whonix
With [Qubes](https://qubes-os.org) + [Whonix](https://whonix.org) you can have a Monero wallet that is without networking and running on a virtually isolated system from the Monero daemon which has all of its traffic forced over [Tor](https://torproject.org).
Qubes gives the flexibility to easily create separate VMs for different purposes. First you will create a Whonix workstation for the wallet with no networking. Next, another Whonix workstation for the daemon which will use your Whonix gateway as it's NetVM. For communication between the wallet and daemon you can make use of Qubes [qrexec](https://www.qubes-os.org/doc/qrexec3/).
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# Importing the Blockchain to Monero GUI wallet (Windows)
## Importing the Blockchain to Monero GUI wallet (Windows)
### Step 1
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## How to generate a Ledger Monero wallet with the CLI (monero-wallet-cli)
### Table of Content
* [1. Windows](#1-windows)
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# Selecting a pool
## Selecting a pool
There are many pools to choose from, a list is available at
[moneropools.com](https://moneropools.com). Mining on a larger pool could mean
more frequent payouts, but mining on a smaller pool helps to keep the network
decentralized.
# Selecting a CPU miner
## Selecting a CPU miner
Just like pools, there are a lot of miners to choose from. The one that you
should pick depends on the hardware you want to mine on. This guide will only
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[sgminer-gm](https://github.com/genesismining/sgminer-gm).
However, their configuration is slightly different and will not be covered in this guide.
## For Windows Systems
### For Windows Systems
If you are using a Windows system, the developer of xmr-stak-cpu provides
binaries to download on the
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Download `xmr-stak-cpu-win64.zip` and extract it somewhere you'll be able to
find it again.
## For Other Operating Systems
### For Other Operating Systems
If you're not using Windows, you will have to compile xmr-stak-cpu for yourself,
luckily this isn't as hard as it sounds. Before you can compile the miner, you
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![image3](png/mine_to_pool/3.png)
# Running the miner
## Running the miner
**Save the config** file and run the miner!
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Some pools allow you to monitor your hashrate by pasting your address into their
website. You can also monitor your hashrate by pressing the `h` key.
# Tuning the miner
## Tuning the miner
You might see nasty messages like this:
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This means that you can get around a 20% hashrate boost by enabling large pages.
## Large pages on Linux
### Large pages on Linux
Firstly stop the miner (if it's running), run the following commands to enable
large pages and then start the miner as root:
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sudo sysctl -w vm.nr_hugepages=128
sudo ./xmr-stak-cpu
## Large pages on Windows
### Large pages on Windows
Taken from `config.txt`:
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# Monero tools
These tools can be used to gain information about the Monero network or your transaction data in the blockchain.
### [Check that a recipient has received your funds](http://xmrtests.llcoins.net/checktx.html)
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### [Monero network statistics](http://moneroblocks.info/stats)
### [Monero.how statistics](https://www.monero.how/)
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### [Monero.how statistics](https://www.monero.how/)
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# Multisig Transactions with MMS and CLI Wallet
## Introduction
This manual describes the *Multisig Messaging System*, abbreviated as *MMS*. It's a system that aims to **simplify multisig transactions** for Monero and similar CrypoNote-based cryptocurrencies by making it easy to exchange info like key sets and sync data between wallets and by offering some "workflow support" guiding you through the various steps.
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### Restoring from keys
Restoring a wallet from private keys is pretty simple. If you have the necessary information, with this guide you can completely restore your wallet. Note: you do NOT have to have your password to restore from keys.
You need to have 3 pieces of data from your wallet, or your .keys file which holds this info and the password to decrypt it. The 3 wallet components that you need are:
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## How to purchase Monero and securely store it.
This is a guide to purchase and securely store Monero as of June 2017.
#### Step 1: Buy Bitcoin
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# Binary Verification: Linux, Mac, or Windows Using CLI Tools (Advanced)
Verification of the Monero binary files should be done prior to extracting, installing, or using the Monero software. This is the only way to ensure that you are using the official Monero software. If you receive a fake Monero binary (eg. phishing, MITM, etc.), following this guide will protect you from being tricked into using it.
To protect the integrity of the binaries the Monero team provides a cryptographically signed list of all the [SHA256](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SHA-2) hashes. If your downloaded binary has been tampered with it will be produce a [different hash](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File_verification) than the one in the file.
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# Verify Binaries: Windows (Beginner)
Verification of the Monero binary files should be done prior to extracting, installing, or using the Monero software. This is the only way to ensure that you are using the official Monero binary. If you receive a fake binary (eg. phishing, MITM, etc.), following this guide will protect you from being tricked into using it.
To protect the integrity of the binaries the Monero team provides a cryptographically signed list of all the [SHA256](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SHA-2) hashes. If your downloaded binary has been tampered with it will be produce a [different hash](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File_verification) than the one in the file.
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