How do I mine a block? (Scrypt/SHA-256/X11)

 Use the following instructions to mine a block.

Open your wallet, and make sure your wallet is connected with a node.
Your wallet is connected when you see the icon Wallet connections scrypt and SHA256 in the lower right corner of your wallet.

The message “Syncing Headers (0,0%)” will disappear once you mine your first block.

Note: replace “examplecoin” with the name of your coin.

Close your wallet and create the file dsfr.conf in the folder “%APPDATA%\dsfr”.

Paste the following text into dsfr.conf and save the file.

rpcuser=rpc_examplecoin
rpcpassword=pifw1fqxfkdd23n59rcr63sqrfiqkw184uxb0blo
rpcallowip=127.0.0.1
listen=1
server=1
addnode=node1.localserver.com

Open your wallet.

Create a .bat file named mine.bat in the same folder where you extracted example-cli.exe and paste the following text into mine.bat.

@echo off
set path_cli=%cd%
cd %path_cli%
echo Press [CTRL+C] to stop mining.
:begin
 examplecoin-cli.exe generate 1
goto begin


Save the file.

Execute mine.bat to start mining your first block.

It will take about +/- 30 minutes to mine your first block, depending on your computer hardware.

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