Noso coin is a very unique coin in many ways, but primarily it is accessible to anyone, with or without technical knowledge. Know nothing about mining? Don’t have fancy hardware? Don’t know what to do to get started? Don’t worry, Duke’s got you covered. You do not need any pre-requisite knowledge to mine and hold this coin! Just follow the instructions below to get started owning your own Noso coin and be ahead of the game!
This easy guide will help you get started mining Noso coin, a new cryptocurrency…
Current this works on Windows, Mac and Linux…
Download the Noso Wallet (only use this official link) and extract the version best for your PC.
Open your Noso Wallet
Select the Network menu option, then click Connect
Select your unique wallet address, then click the Copy icon
Note: In order to run the Noso Wallet on Mac or Linux, you need a compatibility tool installed, such as Wine.
Currently this works in Windows, Mac, Linux and ARM devices…
Download and extract leviable’s NosoGo Miner (0% Dev fee!)
Once you have extracted everything from the zip, right-click on the script file (noso-go.bat or noso-go.sh) and choose Edit
Enter in your values for the pool, your wallet address, and the number of physical cores on your CPU, then Save the file.
Note: As of February 2022, the best way to get the latest information on which pools to use, is by joining the Noso Coin Discord: https://discord.gg/M8srZ39fsh
When trying to connect to a popular pool, you may see a time-out message. This means that all the slots are taken, and you will have to wait until one is open. However, you can keep running the NosoGo miner and it will try to auto connect once a slot is open. Once connected you cannot get bumped out by others, so stay connected for as long as you wish to receive rewards/coins.
Now, you can run the miner by double-clicking on the script file (.bat) in Windows, or running it via Terminal in Linux and MacOS.
That’s it, just sit back and enjoy! You can leave it running 24/7 as long as your computer is in an environment that is indoors and air-conditioned. You will be automatically paid out periodically by the pool. If you want to know more, you can read the official NosoCoin.com website.
Q: How do I know this is legitimate?
The links above are 100% official. You can use your mouse to hover over them if you like, before you click them, and you will see the official “nosocoin.com” links. Only use these links, as there are many scammers out there with hacked wallet and miner packages that you do not want to use.
Q: Why haven’t I heard anything about Noso Coin?
Noso Coin is brand new, and not yet listed on any exchanges. Currently the developers are focusing on hardening the wallet and mining code, before they go more public. This is the time to get in on the action, while you can still mine whole coins fairly quickly, before the whole worlds knows about it in 2022!
Q: What do I do with these coins when I get them?
Hold Hold Hold! This is not a get-rich-quick scheme. By mining these coins and then holding on to them for a long time (3 to 4 years or more), you will see Noso get listed on exchanges gradually, and then the price will gradually rise. We’re predicting at least $5 per coin by 2026, if not sooner. Right now, most people, with the average home computer, are capable of mining multiple coins per day.
Q: How do I find out the number of physical cores my CPU has?
In Windows, you can click the Start button then type “Device Manager” and open the app. Expand the item that says “Processors” and count the number of items below it to determine how many physical cores your CPU has.
Q: Why should I spend time mining Noso and not something else?
Noso is designed for anyone and everyone. If you have fancy expensive hardware, then by all means, mine Ethereum, but unlike other coins, Noso is resistant to ASIC and GPU hardware, leveling the playing field. This only requires a standard desktop or laptop computer, no fancy or expensive hardware. This lowers the barrier of entry for anyone wanting to get into crypto currency.
Q: What kind of development updates are happening?
With an open-source GitHub platform, anyone can enhance the project and make it even more the ‘people’s coin’, but for the latest detailed roadmap updates, please check out the official website at NosoCoin.com.
Q: I am getting a warning message, how do I fix it?
On the first run of the Wallet or Miner, Windows may prompt you with this screen below. Simply select More Info and then Run anyway
If you get any other kinds of warnings, like from your anti-virus software, we assure you that it is just being over zealous. You may need to add the Wallet and Miner folder(s) as an “exception” in your anti-virus application, so it does not interfere with your mining.
Q: Why can’t I see any Noso in my wallet?
It may take a few hours or more to see your first deposits show up in your wallet; however, that is also dependent on many other variables: the overall pool hash-rate, other pools running on the network, ever-increasing difficulty, the total number of miners, etc. (e.g. For the first 210,000 blocks, each block reward is 50 Noso every 10 minutes, with the shared reward amount halving every 210,000 blocks thereafter). If you still do not see any balance after a week of mining, then make sure your Wallet is connected. (Step 4 above, or see image below)
Q: I noticed there is a Mine option in the Wallet. Can I just use that instead of the standalone Miner?
No. Solo mining using the wallet’s built-in miner is not advisable. The miner built-into the wallet is only single-threaded (will only use 1 CPU, cannot be changed), and therefore it is not as profitable as the stand-alone Miner that has that capability plus other optimizations.
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