Bitcoin Cash Satoshi Version (BSV), usually referred to as Bitcoin SV, is a full node implementation of Bitcoin Cash that aims to adhere to the vision for Bitcoin articulated by Satoshi Nakamoto in the Bitcoin whitepaper.
Like Bitcoin, Bitcoin SV uses the SHA256 algorithm for mining, which is supported by BTC rigs such as the Antminer S17, Whatsminer M30, Innosilicon T3T, and Snowpanther A1.
Feel free to check out the official website and block explorers to get more familiar with Bitcoin SV before continuing. You can also find a summary of Bitcoin SV metrics and other resources on our Bitcoin SV page.
1. Obtain suitable hardware
✅ Bitcoin SV can be efficiently mined with ASIC mining machines.
❌ Bitcoin SV cannot be efficiently mined with CPU or GPU cards.
View our Miners page to discover the most profitable devices for Bitcoin SV mining.
And don’t forget to check our Mining Hardware Tools page to download the necessary software for setting up your device.
2. Sign up for an f2pool account
3. Configure your mining device
You must use your f2pool mining account and your miner must be connected to one of the f2pool servers listed below for your hashrate and revenue to be recorded and monitored.
You’ll need to enter the following information in your mining device:
Password: Your choice
1. The list of f2pool mining pool servers is available here.
miningAccountUsername is in your Account Settings.
workerName is optional, but we recommend labeling each of your mining devices with a separate
workerName for more efficient monitoring.
4. Add payout address
You’ll need to register a payout address to collect your mining revenue. You can add or change your payout address in your Payout Settings. f2pool distributes mining revenues on a daily basis to every user who reaches the payout threshold, which is 0.01 BSV. Details about our payout method and fees can be found here.
If you do not yet have a Bitcoin SV address, you’ll need to get one. We recommend Cobo Wallet or Bixin Wallet. You can also choose an exchange, such as Binance or OKEx. Note: You should always do your own due diligence when choosing a wallet provider or exchange.
5. Start mining!
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