How to mine Dynex

    Dynex(DNX), launched in September 2022, is a neuromorphic supercomputing blockchain based on the DynexSolve chip algorithm, a Proof-of-Useful-Work (PoUW) approach to solving real-world problems. Now it is one of the base camps of GPU mining communities.

    To get more familiar with Dynex, you may check out the official website and block explorer. You can also find a summary of Dynex metrics and other resources on our Dynex page.

    In this mining guide, we will walk you through the settings and process of mining Dynex at f2pool.

    1. Obtain suitable hardware

    ✅ Dynex can be efficiently mined with GPU (Memory should be no less than 6 GB).

    ✅ Dynex cannot be efficiently mined with ASICs.

    ❌ Dynex cannot be efficiently mined with CPU cards.

    View our Miners page to discover the most profitable machines for DNX mining.

    2. Obtain a wallet address

    The Dynex mining pool at f2pool is login-free, and a Dynex wallet address is required for your configuration, mining data inquiries, and receiving your mining rewards.

    Please note, for mining configuration, do not choose a deposit wallet address from exchanges, since exchanges are currently not ready for depositing from mining address directly at the moment. You can select a wallet on this official page as you need.

    f2pool distributes mining rewards on a daily basis to every user who reaches the payout threshold, which is 1 DNX. f2pool’s payout scheme is 1% PPLNS.

    3. Configure mining software

    OneZeroMiner (for Nvidia GPUs), and BzMiner (for AMD GPUs) are some of the popular options for mining Dynex.

    After downloading your chosen mining software, uncompress it, find the start.bat or start.cmd file, right-click on it, and click Edit.

    Replace the file’s existing commands with the commands from the chart below that correspond to your chosen mining software.

    Software Devices Commands
    OneZeroMiner Nvidia GPUs onezerominer.exe -a dynex -o dnx-asia.f2pool.com:6300 -w wallet_address -p worker_name
    BzMiner AMD GPUs bzminer -a dynex -p stratum+tcp://dnx-asia.f2pool.com:6300 -w wallet_address --pool_password worker_name --nc 1

    In the commands above, please:

    1) Set the URL. The URL dnx-na.f2pool.com:6300 is used to connect to the server in the North American region, replace them with dnx-asia.f2pool.com:6300 if you would like to connect to the server in the Asian region, or replace them with sdnx-euro.f2pool.com:6300 if you would like to connect to the server in the European region.

    2) Replace wallet_address with your DNX wallet address for mining (Exchange addresses are not available).

    3) Pick a name for your miner, for example, “001”, and replace worker_name with it.

    Finally, save the start file and exit. Double-click the start file when you’re ready to start mining.

    4. Start mining!

    Your machines are now ready to mine! After your miners have been running for a few minutes, you can check your mining data on the f2pool website by following these steps:

    1) Visit f2pool.com and click the 🔍 icon at the top-right corner of the landing page. 2) In the pop-up window, click “Currency” and select DNX from the drop-down menu. 3) Input your wallet address and click “Go” to access the pages of your mining data.

    You may also check out your mining activities on f2pool app. Click the 👤 icon at the top right corner of the Home page, then select “Read-only/Login-free accounts”, input your wallet address to access the mining information.

    If you run into any problems mining Dynex, please feel free to reach out to our customer service team at support@f2pool.com, open a support ticket, or start a conversation on Reddit.

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    Happy mining!