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How to Mine Uwezocoin – Instructions on How To

Instructions on “How to Mine Uwezocoin”

Step 1. You’ll need a ‘wallet’ to start with. This is a bit like a PayPal account where your Uwezocoins can be stored.

Nb: If you don’t have wallet  uwezocoin download

Step 2. Mining Process

Here is instruction where we described you how you can mine, there are two ways.

1. Mining using user-friendly GUI that can use only one thread (use uwezocoin-qt file).
2. Mining with several system threads within terminal (use file -uwezocoind) .

1. How to Mine UWC (Using uwezocoin-qt code): 

Open uwezocoin Wallet Navigate to:
Help Menu ->

How to mine uwezocoin with computer windows

Debug window -> Console.

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Type setgenerate true -1 and press enter to  Start mining process.

uwezocoin mining set generate start mining process

Wait. Just wait. No, seriously, you have to wait until your CPU cores find blocks for you. It is hard work. It may be VERY LONG PERIOD, be patient.

You can start several system threads for mining to load your CPU. Run command “setgenerate true -1” as many times as you want. But must be less then amount of cores of you CPU.
You may use “ &” at the end of command to run mining in background (Unix).

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2. How to start several system threads for mining to load your CPU:

Linux
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1. Download zip archive from Here.
2. Extract zip archive named “uwezocoind_linux.zip” via linux terminal OR graphical user interface. (HELP: https://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/howto-extract-zip-files-in-linux-unix-command/)
3. Open linux terminal if it wasn’t done before. (HELP: http://lmgtfy.com/?q=linux+how+to+open+terminal)
4. Move to folder where you unzip the files. (HELP: http://www.rapidtables.com/code/linux/cd.htm)
5. Run command in linux terminal to start uwezocoin core daemon: ./uwezocoind -rpcthreads=<n> & . Where “<n>” is: AMOUNT OF CPU’s CORES + 1.
6. Run command to get common info about network and yours wallet: ./uwezocoin-cli getinfo . (HELP: https://chainquery.com/bitcoin-api/getinfo)
7. Run command listed in item 6 until value of variable “blocks” of output of command “getinfo” will be equal to height of last block on explorer.
8. Run command to start mine: ./uwezocoind setgenerate true -1 .
9. Run command listed in item 8 as many times as your AMOUNT OF CPU’s CORES but wait 2 seconds or more before you will start command again.
10. Wait. Just wait. No, seriously, you have to wait until your CPU cores find blocks for you. It is hard work. It may be VERY LONG PERIOD, be patient.
11. If block is mined you receive something like “9fea7c87c285e2574146eb69d4pf521a7de7cd0cfbaf99de7b78e4731904e2e5” <- It is your mined block. Yes, you are winner.

Windows
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1. Download zip archive from Here
2. Extract zip archive named “uwezocoind_win.zip” via graphical user interface.
3. Open windows command line if it wasn’t done before. (HELP: http://lmgtfy.com/?q=windows+how+to+open+cmd)
4. Move to folder where you unzip the files. (HELP: https://ss64.com/nt/cd.html)
5. Run command in windows command line to start uwezocoin core service: uwezocoind.exe -rpcthreads=<n> . Where “<n>” is: AMOUNT OF CPU’s CORES + 1.
6. Run command IN ANOTHER COMMAND LINE to get common info about network and yours wallet: uwezocoind.exe getinfo . (HELP: https://chainquery.com/bitcoin-api/getinfo)
7. Run command listed in item 6 until value of variable “blocks” of output of command “getinfo” will be equal to height of last block on explorer 
8. Run command to start mining: start /B uwezocoind.exe setgenerate true -1
9. Run command listed in item 8 as many times as your AMOUNT OF CPU’s CORES but wait 2 seconds or more before you will start command again.
10. Wait. Just wait. No, seriously, you have to wait until your CPU cores find blocks for you. It is hard work. It may be VERY LONG PERIOD, be patient.
11. If block is mined you receive something like “9fea7c87c285e2574146eb69d4pf521a7de7cd0cfbaf99de7b78e4731904e2e5” <- It is your mined block. Yes, you are winner.

Terms
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Graphical user interface (GUI) — http://lmgtfy.com/?q=GUI
Linux terminal — http://lmgtfy.com/?q=linux+terminal+wiki
Windows command line — http://lmgtfy.com/?q=windows+command+line+wiki