You can mine EthereumPoW (ETHW) on Binance Pool following the step-by-step tutorial below.
1. Mining equipment
You can use ASIC and GPU miners.
2.1 Create a Mining Account
Please refer to What is Binance Mining Account and How to Create It.
2.2 How to configure your mining equipment
|ETHW Mining URL||stratum+tcp://ethw.poolbinance.com|
|Supported ports||25, 443, 1800, 3333, 8888|
Note: Binance ETHW pool uses your Mining Account to mine. Please replace the wallet address (0x.…..) with your Binance Pool Mining Account in your pool configuration. The worker name will be your mining equipment's number. You may enter any numbers or characters, such as Rig0.
Miner configuration examples:
nbminer -a ethash -o stratum+tcp://ethw.poolbinance.com:1800 -u Your_Mining_Account.Rig0 -log
t-rex.exe -a ethash -o stratum+tcp://ethw.poolbinance.com:1800 -u Your_Mining_Account -p x -w rig0
miner.exe --algo ethash --server ethw.poolbinance.com:1800 --user Your_Mining_Account.Rig0
3. How to start mining ETHW
After saving your configuration, open and run the batch file "mine_eth.bat" to start mining.
4. How to check your hashrates
After the miner is up and running, the performance statistics will be live in approximately 10 minutes. To check your miner’s active hashrate, go to [Earn] - [Binance Pool] - [Workers].
5. How to check your mining earnings
To check your daily earning records, go to [Earn] - [Binance Pool] - [Earnings]. For more details, please refer to How to Check My Mining Earnings.
- Currently, Binance supports ETHW mining but NOT the listing of ETHW;
- Currently, Binance does not support ETHW deposits;
- You can only convert ETHW to BUSD/USDT and not the other way around.
Binance reserves the right in its sole discretion to amend, change, or cancel this announcement at any time and for any reason without prior notice.