I’m a big fan of the project and now looking for some more information on mining and smart contracts. I’d like to start with a small device in order to get familiar with mining before switching to more expensive machine(s).
My test device is Samsung Galaxy A52 and it has the following CPU configuration: 2x2.3 GHz Kryo 465, 6x1.8 GHz Kryo 465 (8 cores in total).
- I’m running DERO daemon locally (following this tutorial) and I’m running the miner process against the local daemon.
I’ve noticed I can run my miner against a remote daemon by using --daemon-rpc-address param. As far as I understand (correct me if I’m wrong), this remote daemon works nearly the same as the one I’m running locally, but running a full node allows the owner to receive mining rewards for the block that somebody else, who is connected to this node, has mined against the node’s daemon - is that right?
- Daemon and Miner outputs are kind of confusing:
Block height is obvious but the rest can be overwhelming - is there an article on how to read the output? (P 31 TXp 2:0 NW 54.04, yellow or read fonts, and so on)
I’ve noticed based on my wallet activity, that after I had registered my wallet I was rewarded with some DERO - at first I thought that maybe I was able to successfully mine something but no such history in DERO explorer. Do users get rewards for registering their wallets?
What happens if I set --mining-threads to let’s say 1000 - will the app use as many cores as there are in a particular device? Is it a good practice to utilize as many threads as there are cores?
Thank you in advance for any tips; Go DERO!