Does the GekkoScience 2PAC Bitcoin USB Mining Stick actually work?
Watch my video to find out how I mine Bitcoin solo in Windows 7/8/10 using the Gekko Science USB stick with a basic setup:
Laptop connected to the Internet, a USB extension (optional) and a GekkoScience 2PAC Bitcoin USB Mining Stick - Get it on Amazon w/ FREE shipping: http://amzn.to/2qRy1Jp
Download the files you will need: http://tiny.cc/BTC-Mining-101
Be sure to "whitelist" or add an exception to the folder created after you download and unzip the package/folder above.
Step by Step Instructions:
Connect the USB Mining Stick to a hub or PC and let the device search and install a driver, if any. Expect your device to fail at automatically installing a driver for your Gekko Science USB Mining Stick.
Run the Zadig utility to install a Generic USB Driver. In most cases, use the WinUSB driver.
For pool mining, signup with NiceHash and get a BTC Wallet address. If you have anti-virus software running, and/or Windows Defender turned-on, whitelist or add exceptions to the folder containing your Bitcoin mining files, then edit the Pool Mining and/or Solo Mining batch files using a text editor, and replace the Bitcoin wallet address therein with your own. Save files before exiting or running.
Run the Batch file of your choice, either Pool or Solo mining.
Sit back and plan your retirement! :P
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I'm solo mining so I have no monthly earnings since I'm trying to find a
bock on my own and go for a big payout. Here's what my BFGScreen looks
like this morning...
I don't mine with a pool so I'm not earning any profit on a regular basis, instead I'm mining solo in hope to find and process a block, and finding a block pays 12.5BTC so... God willing, I'll hit a block, if not I'm still having a blast mining!
Just got my sticklast week! noticed your receive address in the video ends in ".0" thats weird... never seen that before. Im going to try hacking it to mine alt coins so the difficultity is lower, maybe then It will generate $$?
Good for you! I hope your setup is effortless and that you're up and already mining ALT coins. The ".0" refers to the worker ID in the pool address and is not required or related to anything when solo mining. I've had issues trying to solo mine to wallet addresses (user ID) without worker names ".worker" so I use that addy when mining solo via ckpool.
You have to download the CGMiner version for the Gekko 2Pac, and install with that it should work fine, im running mine at 350mhz, getting 38-45gh/s
There are some being sold that are seconds and they don't run as good.
im starting to supply them in the UK
You should be able to edit the batch file using a text editor, replace my Bitcoin wallet address in the pool address and set your own clockrate according your setup. I've heard these puppies can be overclocked to 250Mhz hashing out over 15gh/s!!!!
Right! That's why I use my USB mining sticks to mine solo and roll the dice when my laptop is running off my solar generator setup. I reckon I'm burning 80 Watts to power the computer, so why not use some of that power to mine Bitcoin? Makes sense to me...
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