We are investigating some issues on our server. Your shares and miner hash rate are safe. We are working to remediate the issues as soon as we can.

- PPLNS payout disabled, round credit transactions are delayed

Getting Started Using Privanon SecurePool™

    Please visit us at  privanon.com for a beginner's guide to mining, easy to understand tutorials, videos and chat help

Create an account.

  • Register here, or login if you already have account
  • Create a worker that will be used by your mining program to login and mine to your account

Download a miner.

Configure your miner.

Settings for GUI Miner:

HOST:pool.privanon.com
PORT:9981
Username:username.worker
Password:worker's password

If you use a command-line miner, type:

  • CGMiner
  • ./cgminer --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://pool.privanon.com:9981 -u Weblogin.Worker -p Worker password
  • BFGMiner
  • ./bfgminer --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://pool.privanon.com:9981 -u Weblogin.Worker -p Worker password

    If you want, you can create additional workers with usernames and passwords of your choice here

    Create a Hawaiicoin address to recieve payments.

    • Downloading the client & block chain: Download the Hawaiicoin client from here.

      Generate a new address and input it on your account page to receive payments.

    Advanced cgminer settings / FAQ

    • Scrypt readme
    • Don't set intensity too high, I=11 is standard and safest. Higher intensity takes more GPU RAM. Check for hardware errors in cgminer (HW). HW=0 is good, otherwise lower intensity :)
    • Set shaders according to the readme (or look at your graphic cards specifications). Cgminer uses this value at first run to calculate thread-concurrency. Easiest way to get this optimized is to use same settings as others have used here: here.
    • There's also an interesting project which gives you a GUI for cgminer. Windows only it seems.
    • Here's a great guide how to get up and running with Xubuntu.