GUI Miner

Desktop mining allows you or your users to mine using regular miners and get MUCH MUCH better hashrate, than they can get from in-browser mining. This is pretty simple - you just need to set up miner correctly - everything else is on our side. We developed Graphical User Interface for XMR Stak Miner to make things easier for newbie users. No more command lines, no more editing setup files, no more difficulties. (Currently in beta version). But you still can use xperienced users way.

GUI Miner is pretty simple and requires from user only to insert his bitcoin address and press start.

It also autodetects user's hardware on the first start and provides ability to play with setup, disable CPU, GPU, add, remove threads, etc.

Below you can see CPU setup example.

Miner has built in notification system and will let user know that update is available and where he can download it.* It also remember user's setup and BTC address.

To set up it working with your site_key you should edit config.json file (located in resources) and put your key in needed position. Example below:


That's it! Just put your set up key, and upload zip archive with your miner to let your users download it. You are ready to go.

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Other miners & algo managment
WebMinePool uses a flexible system which switches between the most profitable coins to get the best profits for our users. What does this mean? Every hour our smart algorithm will choose a coin (from the cryptonight family) which gives the highest profits and switch all miners to this coin. Considering the amount of different algorithms, we will inform all users which algorithm is being used in that present moment. Live information lies in with all the details about which server, port, and algorithm you should use. Our GUI Miner switches automatically. If you are using your own software, please consider this: We are ALWAYS running TWO mining servers. One for the previous hour and one for the current one. Under no circumstance will any miner be fully disconnected.
How do we count hashes for different algorithms?
Considering different algorithms yield different hashing speeds, we are using dividers/multipliers to lead calculations to a common denominator. For example, the cryptonight_heavy algorithm gives 70h/s where cryptonightv7 gives 100h/s. In this case, we will multiply received hashes by 1.43 to make the calculations more clear. We will also divide cryptonight_light results by 1.9 because cn_lite gives 190h/s where cryptonight7 gives 100h/s.

To start you need to know it's our pool address:port and mining algorithm. To check this visit (update time is 1 hour) and how to point your site_key and username of your users. This should be set up as "wallet_address" option separated with dot - sitekey first.

Well, that's it! You can get access user's data via our HTTP API documentation

Note, we have great example you can use it as a reference to understand how to make all of this work together. This is open source and downloadable.

P.S. Since we have different server for this service, we recommend to make separate account to don't mess hashrate with your web miners.

*WebMinePool reserves the right to post information about wmp services through miner notification system which can be not directly related with mining.
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