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  1. Hey guys, new around here and to mining in general. I have 3 rigs slowly mining on xmrig and I got paid 0.0086 XMR 2 days ago apparently. I am using GUI Wallet and it has not shown up yet, just wanted to make sure my config is correct more than anything, I know its not a lot of money, im not planning to cash out either so I dont mind if it takes a while to arrive. My address is: 46WdyuWLRguDFKr3FKBDwtCQh2Bi81JZhbqQXEcLtywAQzoHujEmo8pX2ZFKZuiuXua7VRTSXin58i75MnP2qrauEvdp1oS output public key: 00: 5f3c74faa5da12710bc057c9c1fd3c6e1cd30bc013c83ecd24d09761b4aff97a Do
  2. The Turtle wallet is super simple to get going, the hashvault remote node is one of the default nodes you can select. 1) download the TurtleNest application: https://github.com/turtlecoin/turtle-wallet-go/releases/ 2) Extract and run the turtle Nest wallet. 3) Select Remote node, then pick HashVault.pro in the list. 4) in the create wallet section give your wallet a name and password. 5) click Create 6) save your recovery details, and your done. let the application sync up.
  3. Aeon Remote Node address: nodes.hashvault.pro:11181 Getting started with a new Aeon wallet is easier and quicker when you use a remote node to provide access to the blockchain. You can find lists of public nodes in google or use this guide to get a fully functional Aeon wallet in minutes. 1) download the GUI: https://github.com/aeonix/aeon-gui/releases 2) move it to a folder you will like the application to stay. Using a USB stick can be a good idea 3) run the Aeon Wallet GUI executable 4) Select the language, I will select English but pick your native language.
  4. Aeon Remote Node address: nodes.hashvault.pro:11181 Getting started with a new Aeon wallet is easier and quicker when you use a remote node to provide access to the blockchain. You can find lists of public nodes in google by searching for "Aeon Remote Node" or alternatively use this guide to get a fully functional Aeon wallet in minutes using the remote node provided by HashVault our Aeon Mining Pool. 1) download the GUI: Windows, MacOS or Linux can be found on the Aeon GitHub: https://github.com/aeonix/aeon-gui/releases 2) move it to a folder you will like the application to s
  5. Lethean remote node: nodes.hashvault.pro:48782 Lethean GUI Download: https://github.com/LetheanMovement/lethean-gui/releases Lethean wallets follow the familiar Monero GUI setup, you can use a remote blockchain node to speed up your access to the network and get going in minutes. This guide will show you how to use HashVault's node, but you can find others by google search for "Lethean Remote Node". 1) Download the GUI and extract it to a folder you want it to live, some people store these on a USB stick 2) Select your language, for this guide we will pick English
  6. Monero Remote Node address: nodes.hashvault.pro:18081 Getting started with a new monero wallet is easier and quicker when you use a remote node to provide access to the blockchain. You can find lists of public nodes in google or use this guide to get a fully functional Monero wallet in minutes. 1) download the GUI: Windows, MacOS or Linux 2) move it to a folder you will like the application to stay. Using a USB stick can be a good idea 3) run the Monero Wallet GUI executable 4) Select the language, I will select English but pick your native language. 5) Se
  7. Getting started with a new monero wallet is easier and quicker when you use a remote node to provide access to the blockchain, you can find lists of public nodes in google or use this guide to get a fully functional Monero wallet in minutes. 1) download the GUI: Windows, MacOS or Linux 2) move it to a folder you will like the application to stay using a USB stick can be a good idea 3) run the Monero Wallet GUI executable 4) Select the language, I will select English but pick your native language. 5) Select "Create a new wallet" 5) Give your wallet a
  8. Since this post, we have a new guide showing how to set up a Monero Remote Node HashVault provides access to the Monero blockchain by hosting a public node, this saves our miners from downloading blockchains for lots of coins and gives quicker access to your wallets. The setting that will ask the CLI to use the HashVault public node is --daemon-host=nodes.hashvault.pro Personally, I have a hardware encrypted USB stick that holds my wallets. I have been asked a few times how I set this up, so I decided to make a GitHub project. It contains the CLI wallets for the currencie
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