minerstat mining tutorial #6: Balance monitoring
Since all historical and estimated profitabilities depend on theoretically estimated reward and this could differ from the actually earned coins, we also offer a balance monitoring tool for wallets and pools.
Free users can monitor up to 2 wallet addresses and 2 pools, paying customers can monitor up to 5 wallet addresses ad 5 pools, and minerstat+ users can monitor the unlimited number of wallets and pools.
If you haven’t set your 2FA yet, it is time to do it now.
We divided wallet addresses into two groups:
- Blockchain addresses for which we are using blockchain explorers to show you your data.
- Exchanges for which we are using API to show you your data. Make sure you are always using read-only API keys.
At the time of writing this we support the following wallet addresses:
- BTC blockchain
- DASH blockchain
- ETH blockchain
- LTC blockchain
- ZEC blockchain
If you are missing an option, you can contact us on our Discord and suggest a new blockchain explorer or exchange.
At the time of writing this we support the following pools:
- Mining Pool Hub
If you are missing an option, you can contact us on our Discord and suggest a new pool. Please make sure first that the pool has its own API for monitoring the balance (or is using a framework that gives support through their own API, such as MPOS), otherwise we won’t be able to add it.
The addresses you added under your wallets are checked every 30 minutes and the addresses you added under your pools are checked every 20 minutes.
In daily balance statistics, we show you what was the balance on all of your wallets at the end of the day and how many incomes and outgoes happened every day.
Under detected changes, we display every income and outgo we detected on your wallet addresses and every outgo we detected on your pools. Please note that we always only compare the actual balance and not the transactions or orders you have made through your wallets.
In the monitoring section you will find a list of all of your wallets and pools that are being monitored and in the coin section, you will find a list of all of your coins and amounts that are available in your wallets and pools.
More from this series:
- How to start
- Overclock with ClockTune™
- Alerts and triggers
- Profit switch and mining calculator
- Team and customers
- Statistics and data exporting
- Profit switch with Zergpool
- How to organize and use groups
- Profit switch with Mining Pool Hub
- Billing and payments
- Profit switch with Block Masters
- Worker configuration
- Control room