How to mine Zephyr

    Zephyr, an over-collateralized stablecoin protocol, is designed with a focus on privacy and security. Its base currency, ZEPH, uses the RandomX mining algorithm, which can be efficiently mined with CPUs.

    ZEPH mining information is available on the official website and block explorer, and our Zephyr Protocol page.

    In this mining guide, we will walk you through the settings and process of mining Zephyr Protocol (ZEPH) at f2pool.

    1. Obtain suitable hardware

    ✅ ZEPH can be efficiently mined with CPU cards.

    ❌ ZEPH can be efficiently mined with ASICs.

    ❌ ZEPH cannot be efficiently mined with GPU cards.

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

    2. Sign up for an f2pool account

    You will need to create an f2pool account before mining Zephyr (ZEPH). If you do not have one yet, please click here to register.

    Setting an account name will be required for configuration. You are free to create multiple subaccounts to monitor your mining machines.

    3. Obtain and add payout address

    You will need to get a wallet address if you do not have one already. A ZEPH wallet address is required for you to receive your mining rewards.

    You will need to get a payout address to collect your mining rewards. You can add or change your payout address in your Payout Settings.

    f2pool distributes mining rewards on a daily basis to every user who reaches the payout threshold, which is 0.1 ZEPH. f2pool’s payout scheme is 1% PPLNS.

    You may get a wallet on their wallet page. Or use a wallet from an exchange such as MEXC or Tradeogre. Note: You should always do your own due diligence when choosing a wallet provider or exchange.

    4. Configure mining software

    XMRig is a popular option for mining ZEPH with CPUs.

    After you have downloaded the mining software, uncompress it, find the start.bat or start.cmd file, right-click on it, and click Edit.

    Replace the file’s existing command with the command below:

    xmrig.exe --donate-level 1 -o zeph-asia.f2pool.com:6100 -u account_name.worker_name -p x -a rx/0 -k

    In the above command, replace account_name with your f2pool mining account name set in Step 2.

    worker_name is optional, but we recommend labeling each of your mining devices with a separate worker_name for more efficient monitoring.

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

    If you are managing multiple devices, consider using XMRig Proxy for easier management. Please refer to the table below to adjust details such as ports.

    If necessary, refer to the table below to customize your settings based on your devices:

    Device URL & Port Difficulty Hashrate (KH/s)
    CPU stratum+tcp://zeph-asia.f2pool.com:6100 65536 1+ 
    Multi-devices via proxy (Medium hashrate) stratum+tcp://zeph-asia.f2pool.com:6110 131072 20+ 
    Multi-devices via proxy (High hashrate) stratum+tcp://zeph-asia.f2pool.com:6120 524288 50+ 

    5. Start mining!

    Your machines are now ready to mine! You can manage your account settings and monitor your hashrate, rewards and so on in your dashboard or in our f2pool app.

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    Happy mining!