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Offline NeoX12Topic starter

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Just started off
« on: June 07, 2013, 10:34:52 AM »
So, I have lots of questions:


1.) Do I have to make an LTC account before mining? :L
2.) How do I add more computers, to my mining? No. No botnets. Just talking about simply sitting on a pc and installing the mining program, legally.





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Re: Just started off
« Reply #1 on: July 27, 2013, 06:19:41 PM »

First answer: YES.  You need somewhere to keep your mined coins.  If you join a pool, your coins will be in your pool account until you're ready to do something with them.  I recommend putting a digital wallet on one of your personal computers.  Download a wallet from [size=78%]https://litecoin.org/ [nofollow][/size]

The easiest way to get started mining LTC is to join a pool.  There are plenty of them around. I use give-me-ltc.com, but I have used a few others.  When joining a pool, you will set up "worker accounts" for each of your miners. I have a different worker account set up for each machine's GPU mining and CPU mining operations.  That's how you'll add additional computers.  You set up your account and point the software on each machine to the pool.


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