Step 2: Download XMR STAK Miner
Latest GitHub Release
Step 3: Open & set-up your Turtlecoin Wallet
Create a new wallet once the nest loads, you can name it anything and the choice of node is preference but you can use the way mine is set up to connect as well.
Just so you know your wallet file is stored inside the Turtlecoin wallet folder once you create it like shown below.
Step 4: Pool address
One Turtlecoin pool you can connect to is Turtlepool.space which we will use for a sample. Once on there choose your location in the top right (EU,US,HK) then if you go to their “Get Started” tab you will see the pool address as highlighted below. I will post them here for ease of access.
US – us.turtlepool.space:3333
EU – eu.turtlepool.space:3333
HK – hk.turtlepool.space:3333
Step 5: Start your STAK!
Now you have all the information needed to connect the XMR STAK to a mining pool. Your Turtlecoin wallet address and a Turtlecoin pool address.
Open the console in your XMR STAK folder,
Once open follow the prompted steps and or follow my steps below,
Type zero and hit enter,
Type turtlecoin, hit enter,
Type in pool address from previous step – Example: us.turtlepool.space:3333
Enter your Wallet address from your new TRTL wallet, hit enter
Password for THIS pool will be blank so just hit enter.
Rig Identifier can be blank, hit enter.
Type N for the next three options,
YOUR ALL DONE, HIT ENTER ONE MORE TIME AND OFF YOU GO!
You should be connected and receiving notices like above!!!
Yay all done! Enjoy! <3
Press “R” to get a little report on your status and hash rate.
Just close it out when you are done and when you want to mine again just start up the same XMR STAK file and it should be set up and will connect you automatically from now on.
Other Turtlecoin Pools:
Cryptonote – TRTL
Note: Some pools have different login info to connect to them so please read around!
If you need more assistance figuring out how to set up XMR-Stak and connecting to pools email,
Faucet Source Code: GitHub
Turtlecoin Donation Address: