The HyperCash network has two chains running laterally, with each serving different functions in the ecosystem. HyperCash aims to address the interconnection, privacy, and security issues prevalent in the current blockchain ecosystem.
HyperCash (HC) mining uses the Blake256 algorithm and is currently supported by the iBeLink DSM 6T, 7T, D9, D9+, and other DCR miners (with a firmware upgrade).
Feel free to check out the official website and block explorer to get more familiar with HyperCash before continuing. You can also find a summary of HyperCash metrics and other resources on our HyperCash page.
1. Obtain suitable hardware
✅ HyperCash can be efficiently mined with ASIC mining machines.
❌ HyperCash cannot be efficiently mined with CPU or GPU cards.
View our Miners page to discover the most profitable ASIC machines for HyperCash mining.
2. Obtain a wallet address
You’ll need to get a wallet address if you don’t have one already. A HyperCash wallet address is required for you to receive and monitor your mining revenue.
f2pool distributes mining revenues on a daily basis to every user who reaches the payout threshold, which is 0.5 HC. Details about our payout method and fees can be found here.
3. Configure your mining device
You must use your f2pool mining account and your miner must be connected to one of the f2pool servers listed below for your hashrate and revenue to be recorded and monitored.
You’ll need to enter the following information in your mining device:
Password: Your choice
workerName is optional, but we recommend connecting each mining device with a separate
workerName for efficient monitoring.
4. Start mining!
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