Binance Ethereum Mining Tutorial
1. Mining Equipment and Environment
Mining equipment: GPU (NVIDIA or AMD, graphics card memory no less than 4G)
Operating system: Windows, Linux
Virtual memory: 5GB virtual memory installed for each GPU (example: 6 × GPUs = 30GB virtual memory)
Mining software: HiveOS, MinerOs, Easy Miner, ASIC, NCard, etc.
2. Account Login/Registration
Please complete the following steps to set up your account:
Visit the official Binance Pool website and register for a Binance Pool account to create a mining account.
Step 1: Login to the Binance Pool website: pool.binance.com
Step 2: Login or register for an account.
If you have a Binance Exchange account, click the Log In button in the upper right corner to log in directly (you can use the same account for both Binance Pool and Binance Exchange).
If not, please click the Register button in the upper right corner to complete registration.
Step 3: Create a mining account. After logging in, click Account Management to create a mining account.
Here, you will assign a username to the mining account. Enter the corresponding username for the miner that will be used on that account.
3. How to Get Mining Software
1) Mining software：
2) Mining system:
Hive OS: The ultimate mining platform that allows users to set up, mine and control processes more efficiently and hustle-free across thousands of rigs all in one place. Everything you and your team need to keep your farm at its peak efficiency.
MinerOS: A Linux-based GPU miner management system that supports cloud batch management for mining machines. The system ROM supports U-disk and diskless installation and includes built-in original third-party software, such as Claymore, BMiner, CCMiner, EWBF, and others.
Easy Miner: Supports 90+ coin types. Allows for a one-click batch mining pool, coin, and wallet change-overs; one-click batch kernel, software, and driver upgrades; and one-click batch overclocking, without having to rely on ShadowsocksR.
4. Configure the mining software
1) Set up miners using MinerOs (NVIDIA and AMD cards):
If you are using HiveOs for the first time, please view the Hive OS tutorial.
Set up your account using ETH mining. To start using your miner, enter your Binance Pool mining account to set Binance Pool as the default mining pool.
2) Set up miners using Claymore and Bminer (NVIDIA and AMD cards):
After you have downloaded your chosen mining software, uncompress it, find the start.bat, or start.cmd file, right-click on it and click Edit.
Replace the file’s existing commands with the commands from the chart below that correspond to your chosen mining software.
EthDcrMiner64.exe -epool ethash.poolbinance.com:8888 -ewal username -eworker worker_name -epsw x -asm 2 -dbg -1 -allpools 1 -mode 1
bminer -uri ethproxy://firstname.lastname@example.org:8888
Replace username with your mining account name.
Finally, save the start file and exit. Double-click the start file when you’re ready to start mining.
Follow the path above to download Claymore mining software. Select "Extract to the current folder" and find the "start.bat" batch file.
You can also choose one of these alternate ETH mining pool addresses:
5. Monitoring Miners and Viewing Earnings
Once the miner has been running for a bit and has submitted data to the mining pool, you'll be able to view the miner's operating status and profitability.
To mine using Binance Pool, you can log in to the official Binance Pool website at pool.binance.com and change to ETH in the upper right corner.
You can check your earnings and miner status on your Dashboard and on the Miner Management page.
You can also use the Binance Pool App (click to download). You can view related information after logging in.
If you have any questions about Ethereum mining or need any help, please send an email to email@example.com for further consulting.