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  1. HashVault provides access to the Monero blockchain by hosting a public node, this saves our miners from downloading blockchains for lots of coins and gives quicker access to your wallets. The setting that will ask the CLI to use the HashVault public node is --daemon-host=nodes.hashvault.pro Personally, I have a hardware encrypted USB stick that holds my wallets. I have been asked a few times how I set this up, so I decided to make a GitHub project. It contains the CLI wallets for the currencies available to mine on HashVault, you can either download and use it or view the source online and copy my .bat files etc Download Preconfigured Wallet: https://github.com/snider/hashvault-remote-wallet-nodes/archive/master.zip View the wallet source to see how you can setup the CLI: https://github.com/snider/hashvault-remote-wallet-windows/tree/master/XMR
  2. HashVault provides access to the Dero blockchain by hosting a public node, this saves our miners from downloading blockchains for lots of coins and gives quicker access to your wallets. The setting that will ask the CLI to use the HashVault public node is --daemon-address=nodes.hashvault.pro:9999 Personally, I have a hardware encrypted USB stick that holds my wallets. I have been asked a few times how I set this up, so I decided to make a GitHub project. It contains the CLI wallets for the currencies available to mine on HashVault, you can either download and use it or view the source online and copy my .bat files etc Download Preconfigured Wallet: https://github.com/snider/hashvault-remote-wallet-nodes/archive/master.zip View the wallet source to see how you can setup the CLI: https://github.com/snider/hashvault-remote-wallet-windows/tree/master/DERO
  3. HashVault provides access to the Electroneum blockchain by hosting a public node, this saves our miners from downloading blockchains for lots of coins and gives quicker access to your wallets. The setting that will ask the CLI to use the HashVault public node is --daemon-host=nodes.hashvault.pro Electroneum Public Node Adress: nodes.hashvault.pro:26968 Personally, I have a hardware encrypted USB stick that holds my wallets. I have been asked a few times how I set this up, so I decided to make a GitHub project. It contains the CLI wallets for the currencies available to mine on HashVault, you can either download and use it or view the source online and copy my .bat files etc Download Preconfigured Wallet: https://github.com/snider/hashvault-remote-wallet-nodes/archive/master.zip View the wallet source to see how you can setup the CLI: https://github.com/snider/hashvault-remote-wallet-windows/tree/master/ETN
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