Track your mining with Minerbox
In this tutorial, you will learn how to use Minerbox to monitor and track your data from your Cruxpool mining.
Table of contents
What is Minerbox
Track your mining on Minerbox
Add an account
Once you have created a profile on the application, you can add an account. Go to the Account section, and press the + button. Minerbox will propose a list of mining pools compatible with the application. Choose Cruxpool, then Ethereum or Ethereum Classic, Ravencoin depending on what you mine on the pool. An authentication page will appear. Put your wallet address on the first line, the second line is used to name your account. Press Status check, if the button changes to green, the information is correct, you can then press the Save account button. Your account has been added to Minerbox.
On the Details tab, you can find a summary of the global activity of your mining on Cruxpool. You can find important information such as :
The Hashrate section will give you your Current, Average and Reported Hashrate. You can also access to a graph that will allow you to track the hashrate by mining machine.
The Balance section will give you access to the balance on your account.
Workers will give you the number of online RIGs on your account. You will also be able to access additional information such as the number of shares and hashrate of your machines.
The Shares section will give you the number of valid, invalid and stale shares that your RIGs produce. You can also access a graph that will allow you to track shares by machine.
The Payout tab is a historic of all the transactions that Cruxpool has made to you thanks to your mining. You have information such as the date of the transaction, the time since your last payment and the amount of the transaction.
Estimations is a tab that will allow you to see an estimation of your mining earnings over several times. The time periods available are minute, hour, day, day, week, month and year.
Pool Info tab
Pool Info will give you general information about Cruxpool, such as the global hashrate of the pool, the number of miners and workers.