Manage your mining rigs remotely by setting custom configuration and having a total control over miner switching, software restarting, and hardware rebooting.
Analyse your mining performance for daily, weekly, or monthly periods and check out your best-performing workers and top coins.
Never miss important events, such as high temperature, offline and online workers, or drop in hashrate and efficiency.
Grant access to your technic, accountant, or guest or create a new, custom account for your customers.
The first screen of dashboard reveals all important information for your mining activity.
Workers dashboard allows you to sort your workers by name, hashing speed, max. temperature or max. fans, uptime, or by monthly expected earnings.
It also offers you a list of quick actions that are available for each worker separately or in bulk mode. This way, you will be able to view details, check worker’s statistics, configure miner’s settings, switch miner, restart the software, reboot machine, or delete worker in one click.
Any worker can be assigned to different groups. Groups msos, windows, amd, nvidia, antminer, and baikal are automatically assigned to your worker when you add it.
If you need to remember any special detail about your worker, you can add a custom note to it.
Each of your workers can be examined closely where you can check all important details about its mining activity.
If you are using a free version of minerstat, we will show you 6 days statistics for your global mining activity and activity of each worker. For paying customers statistics is extended to 14 days, while for minerstat+ members the statistics is extended to 60 days.
Global statistics will show you profitability graph of all of your workers and coins for the monitored period with an option to group them by assigned groups and by coin name. Top 5 workers and top 5 coins are displayed for today, yesterday, last 3 or 7 days, this month, and last 30 days.
Similar historical information can be found for each worker with additional information on temperature and efficiency. Per worker statistics also includes a historical log of all important events for selected worker: high temperature, offline and online status, and drops in hashrate or efficiency.
Keep all of your pools and wallets in one place.
Address editor allows you to save all of your pools and wallets by custom tag names and access them in any of the mining settings on the dashboard. From now on, you will be able to change only the value of the tag and your pool address or wallet address will be automatically updated wherever you have used it.
You can use defined pools and wallets in miners configurations and profit switch option.
Edit mining configs for one or more workers in two simple steps.
Config editor will allow you to change groups, default mining software, enable or disable CPU mining, and update individual config of any mining software.
Advanced overclocking system for one or more workers in two simple steps.
Improve your mining activity with advanced profit switch function in three simple steps.
To have total control over profit switch, you are able to set how much more profitable (in %) must the new coin be for your mining rig(s) to switch to it.
You are able to set alerts and notifications for various events:
Alerts can be sent as e-mail for free users, and by Telegram or as mobile notifications for paying users.
While alerts and notifications make sure that you receive the message about various events, triggers allow you to take action automatically and immediately after the event is detected.
The variables that are available for checking are GPU temperature, ASIC temperature, hashrate, efficiency, and time (e.g., 14:00).
The actions you can take when a variable has a certain value are: restart software, reboot machine, shut down the machine, or set fans to the desired speed.
For easier tracking of your actual balance, you will be able to add:
Free users are able to track 2 wallets and 2 pools, paying users 5 wallets and 5 pools, and minerstat+ users an unlimited amount of wallets and pools.
There are two types of users you can add to your minerstat account.
First are team members for whom you can assign different roles: technical, accounting, and guests. Each of them has different privileges and access to different parts of your minerstat data.
Second are clients for whom you create entirely new account with the selected amount of workers that you want to assign them. You are able to name their plans and set expirations dates.
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