Dual Mining Karlsen (KLS) and ZIL Plus Autoconversion to Bitcoin

If you are a miner that just wants to take a good profit if/while the Karlsen (KLS) craziness continues you might want to check out our quick tutorial on how to maximize your mining profit dual mining Karlsen (KLS) and Zilliqa (ZIL) with the latest Rigel miner 1.10.0 (Nvidia only) along with utilizing the Unmineable mining pool to autoconvert the mined KLS to Bitcoin (BTC) or KAS or any other of the supported crypto coins. This way you don’t have to rely on a local console Karlsen wallet or have to deal with exchanges to sell the mined coins. It is very similar to how NiceHash works, but NiceHash has not yet listed KLS, so there is no need to wait for them and you can act now. Apart from the Rigel miner, the latest GMiner (Nvidia only) has also added support for Karlsen and ZIL dual mining, and BzMiner, lolMiner and SRBMiner-Multi do support Karlsen only. We like the performance and ease of use of the Rigel miner and if you have used it for mining KAS on GPUs previously, then it is very easy to switch your config to mine Karlsen by changing the algorithm and the wallet address to a Karlsen one.

Here is command line example to get you started:
rigel -a karlsenhash+zil ^
-o [1]stratum+ssl:// -u [1]BTC:WALLET_ADDRESS ^
-o [2]stratum+tcp:// -u [2]ZIL_WALLET_ADDRESS ^
-w WORKER_ID –log-file logs/miner.log –no-strict-ssl ^
–cclock 250 ^
–lock-cclock [1]1750 –lock-mclock [1]807 ^
–lock-cclock [2]1050 –mclock [2]1000

The above example is ready to be used and tweaked on RTX 3070 or similar GPUs, it uses the Unminable service with Bitcoin payouts (make sure you set your address) and Crazypool for ZIL mining (make sure you set your address), then also set your WORKER_ID as well. Just like KAS, Karlsen does not need much memory, so you can lower the clock to the minimum and keep the GPU clock higher utilizing the maximum offset your cards can sustain for reduced power usage.

You can check your mining status at:
For Unmineable:
For Crazypool:

Make sure you set your mining wallet addresses in both of the above URLs in order to be able to see your own stats!


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