In DERO you run your node to save ~10% fees. If you use other node to mine you share 10% rewards to that node.
Integrator address is the node wallet-address. Run your own node and set integrator address to your wallet address. Check --help.
No idea what you are doing but --help works very good this side:
DERO CPU Miner for AstroBWT.
ONE CPU, ONE VOTE.
dero-miner --wallet-address=<wallet_address> [--daemon-rpc-address=<minernode1.dero.live:10100>] [--mining-threads=<threads>] [--testnet] [--debug]
dero-miner -h | --help
-h --help Show this screen.
--version Show version.
--bench Run benchmark mode.
--daemon-rpc-address=<127.0.0.1:10102> Miner will connect to daemon RPC on this port (default minernode1.dero.live:10100).
--wallet-address=<wallet_address> This address is rewarded when a block is mined sucessfully.
--mining-threads=<threads> Number of CPU threads for mining [default: 24]
Example Mainnet: ./dero-miner-linux-amd64 --wallet-address dero1qy0ehnqjpr0wxqnknyc66du2fsxyktppkr8m8e6jvplp954klfjz2qqhmy4zf --daemon-rpc-address=minernode1.dero.live:10100
Example Testnet: ./dero-miner-linux-amd64 --wallet-address deto1qy0ehnqjpr0wxqnknyc66du2fsxyktppkr8m8e6jvplp954klfjz2qqdzcd8p --daemon-rpc-address=127.0.0.1:40402
If daemon running on local machine no requirement of '--daemon-rpc-address' argument.```
I found why it didn’t work, its because my Daemon was not updated. I made the Daemon run for like 3 days to get it updated, and then I could mine my own node.
But I still didn’t get the answer about “integrator” address, why its so blur ? Why nobody can tell me what is integrator address ? I used my wallet address as integrator address, don’t know if it was the good thing to do.
Whatever, I mined for few days, and I got nothing. I guess you need big hashrate or use XMRIG and pool stuff. It looks like solo mining with a I9 CPU doesn’t work at all, 0 DERO rewarded. I think I was naive to think I could get money with mining on crypto in 2022, I mean solo mining with a normal CPU… So I stopped and moved on.