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Tutorial: XAYA-Mining with one Wallet via LAN

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Hi, 

I installed XAYA on my workPC but wanted my miner to connect via LAN ...

Unfortunately, ccminer can´t connect to my workPC because "ALLOWRPCIP" was set to 127.0.0.1 ...

 

GO TO --> Xaya\resources\daemon <-- on the machine where your daemon is installed

OPEN

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-->chim_main.bat<-- with a text editor of your choice

CHANGE

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"-rpcallowip=127.0.0.1/0" TO "-rpcallowip=0.0.0.0/0"

 

START WITH

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./ccminer -a neoscrypt -o http://workPC.IP.address:8396/wallet/game.dat -O __cookie__:YOUR-SUPER-SECRET-COOKIE

EDIT: Cookie changes every time you restart your wallet!

 

connect your ccMiner with the IP from your workPC and set your cookie password

and maybe enable FireWall-Settings for PORT ->8396

 

I know this may be unsafe because all connections are allowed but I didn´t find a proper solution ;)

 

Regards

casp0or

Edited by casp0or

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ok ? but I am mining with my pc and mining-rig and I can´t enter two IP's at "allowrpcip"

so I used the "wildcard"

 

or I am wrong Oo

Edited by casp0or

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Yes, you are right. But I thought this can only be done in "xaya.conf", not in the CommandLine.

I test this later and will edit my post if it is possible in CommandLine.

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Hi,

just download ccMiner and extract it to a folder. Then open a command-shell and navigate to the folder where you extracted ccMiner and enter following command into the shell...

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./ccminer -a neoscrypt -o http://workPC.IP.address:8396/wallet/game.dat -O __cookie__:YOUR-SUPER-SECRET-COOKIE

EDIT: Cookie changes every time you restart your wallet!

PS: you can find the cookie under C:\user\YOUR-USERNAME\appdata(hidden folder)\Xaya\.cookie

Regards

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3 hours ago, bitallcoins said:

any proof of staking for this coin?

No, Xaya is purely PoW (which we believe is the only really proven and secure method).

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no , I don´t think so

from specs:

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Xaya is commited to proof-of-work (PoW) for securing its blockchain. As there are various drawbacks to commonly-used PoW schemes, Xaya implements a new design that unifies the best of all worlds.

 

read more here

 

regards

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