Mining Server Addresses

RegionURLStratum PortClaymore Stratum
US Eastus-east.siamining.com33337777
US Westus-west.siamining.com33337777

Getting Started

  1. Get a Sia address
    • You can grab the Sia client and use it to generate an address. (An address is a sequence of 76 hexadecimal characters.)
    • Alternatively, you can use an exchange address (e.g. Binance, Bittrex, HitBTC, or Poloniex). Keep in mind that from time to time exchanges may be temporarily unaccessible due to wallet maintenance.

  2. Get a compatible miner
    • ASIC miners come with their own software, which is usually configured over your local network. All known Blake2b ASICs support SiaMining's Stratum protocol (port 3333). The server addresses that you can use are listed at the top of this page. Some miners allow you to specify more than one, for failover.

  3. Connect to the pool

    You must use your Sia address as the username; you can optionally specify a worker name (to help you keep track of your miners) by adding it after a single dot (.). A full username would therefore be of the form YourSiaAddress.WorkerName. You can use any password.

    Here is a sample configuration. You can use any URL from the list at the top of this page.

    Worker:    YourSiaAddress.WorkerName
    Password:  x
  4. Check your stats

    Once you've started mining, you can check your stats by entering your Sia address below.