Warning! Cell phones are not made to mine cryptocurrencies. It may also cause the phone to overheat and result in premature silicon degradation, shortening the lifespan of your phone!
- 3.Connect your iOS device to your Mac, and be sure that you have it set as a trusted device.
- 5.Create a new Xcode Project
- 6.Open up iOS App Signer, and select the MobileMiner.ipa input file, signing certificate, and provisioning profile from the Xcode project. Then click Start and save the resulting IPA file to your desktop.
- 7.Open Xcode and select Window → Devices & Simulators in the menu bar. On the Devices & Simulators page, select your iPhone, click the ‘+’ sign under installed apps, and select the MobileMiner.ipa file created in Step 7. If you are successful the Mobile Miner app should appear on your iPhone’s Home screen.
- 8.Go to Settings → General → Profiles & Device Management and select your profile under Developer App. Tap the Trust button to enable MobileMiner to run on your device.
- 1.Click on the 'Settings' logo on the top right of the screen
- 2.Click the Edit Configuration tab in the settings menu
- 3.Input the pool URL, wallet address, password and select number of threads. Click the save button on the top right to save your configuration.
- 1.Change active mining configuration to the one you just created
- 2.Press the 'Start Mining' button on the main page to begin mining with your current configuration
- Once the miner is started you can see your current hashrate, accepted shares and pool difficulty.
- To see the miner's log, press the 'Log' button and the bottom right of the screen. From there you can see the hashrate per thread and the accepted shares.
- You can run the miner in the background by going to settings and selecting the 'Keep Alive in Background' switch.
- 2.Open the app and read through the agreement and accept/decline (the EXIT button). To use it, you will have to accept the agreement.
- 3.Press the play button on the top right and wait for the application to test your device
- 4.If your device is supported, you will be brought to a screen with a success message.
- 1.Leave Profile selection as default for now.
- 2.Enter your Qwertycoin wallet address
- 4.Enter the password of the pool. For most, it will be
- 5.Specify how many cores you want to use. We recommend using half of how many cores your phone has. So if your phone has
- 6.Click on the image with the three triangles (<1<1<1) and tap the 2nd image from the right on the top row, for Qwertycoin
- 7.Make sure Cryptonight support is checked.
- 8.Press the play button on the top right to start mining
Select Algorithmdropdown menu.
- 2.Specify how many cores you want to use. We recommend using half of how many cores your phone has. So if your phone has
8`` cores, enter4```
- 3.Enter a pool of your choice in the format
stratum+tcp://pool_url_address:pool_port. To view a list of pools, you can go here
- 4.Enter your Qwertycoin wallet address
- 5.Enter the password of the pool. For most, it will be
- 6.Click on the Start Mining button to start mining.
Termux is an Android terminal emulator and Linux environment app. A minimal base system is installed initially and additional packages can be installed using the APT package manager.
Upon downloading and installing, open the app run the following commands:
apt install wget cmake libuv-dev clang nano
wget "https://github.com/xmrig/xmrig/archive/v2.14.1.tar.gz" or wget "https://is.gd/QOZi6d"
tar xzvf v2.14.1.tar.gz
mkdir build && cd build
cmake .. -DWITH_HTTPD=OFF -DWITH_TLS=OFF
cp ../src/config.json config.json
- Then adjust your config settings to match you wallet and pool etc. Find and change the following lines:
url: "[pool address]"
user: "[wallet address]"
- Be sure to keep the quotes "" around your pool address and wallet address.
Instead of copy pasting each command individually you can copy paste what is below into Termux after you open it. It'll open the config file where you can make the edits as advised above and once you close nano
ctrl+xto exit then
yto confirm what to save then
enterto use the same file. XMRig will then start once it's finished.
apt update && apt upgrade -y && \
apt install wget cmake libuv-dev clang nano -y && \
wget "https://github.com/xmrig/xmrig/archive/v2.14.1.tar.gz" && \
tar xzvf v2.14.1.tar.gz && \
cd xmrig-2.14.1 && \
mkdir build && cd build && \
cmake .. -DWITH_HTTPD=OFF -DWITH_TLS=OFF && \
make && \
cp ../src/config.json config.json && \
nano config.json && \