Hey, I have been mining for a good two years at this point, moving from a little CPU to a dedicated GPU and on to multiple ASIC miners. I’ve mined solo and in pools, and have amassed hundreds of thousands of dozens of different coins. So far it’s a painstaking system of downloading the wallet for each coin, setting up the *.conf file with node IPs, syncing them, and adding them to a script that automatically starts them up one by one and syncs all the blockchains daily. Furthermore, I add the wallet address to a custom browser plugin that replaces “[coin]” with the addresses. It’s too much to keep control over and the syncing process takes one or two hours of CPU time daily. I have two Raspberry Pi’s and plenty of *nix servers available, and my perfect setup would be a system where the *coind executables are “always on”, always up to date and syncing. Does anyone have experience with doing this and how to manage a large amount of different coins?
submitted by Lodorenos
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September 13, 2014 at 05:24PM