How to mine Ethereum Classic (ETC)


For Ethereum Classic mining you need ASIC, mining on graphics cards will be useless due to the high difficulty of the network.

We recommend the following ASIC models:

Here is a complete list of ASIC models for Ethereum Classic (ETC) mining.

For ETC mining, an Ethash-ASIC with at least 4GB of memory is required.

Step one — register a wallet

  1. Register the wallet
    Detailed instruction on How to create Ethereum Classic (ETC) wallet.
  2. You can trade Ethereum Classic (ETC) with on of the following exchangers: Binance,, MEXC, CoinEx, KuCoin, ByBit.

We recommend you mine to your wallet and then transfer the cryptocurrency to the exchange. That will be more reliable.

Step two — setup your ASIC

Quick-start mining settings

Ethereum Classic Pool —

Pool address:


Step three — monitor the work of your miner on the pool

  1. Open Ethereum Classic pool page

  2. Paste your wallet address into the search field, and press Enter.

  3. You will see a page with the statistics of your wallet and your mining rigs.

Step Four — payout

Payouts are processed automatically once an hour when they reach the payout threshold.

How to set the payout threshold?

  1. Open the pool page and enter your mining address;

  2. Press the “Settings” button.

  3. Set the desired “Payment Threshold”. Minimum and maximum payment threshold mentioned at the pool home page. There is no payout fee — Kryptex pays it for you 🖤

  4. In the "Ip Address" cell, enter the IP address of the worker whose name the site prompts you. The IP address of your mining rig. The IP address must end the same as indicated in the prompt on the site (see the last digits). Learn your IP here

  5. Press the “Submit” button.

  6. Track the status of your payments in the "Payouts" tab.

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