挖矿算法：Scrypt, SHA256, Scrypt-N, X11, X13, Keccak, X15, Nist5 and NeoScrypt。
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Cryptopia's MineShaft (NZ)
- 请注意： 优化的AMD14.6 Beta版驱动可以提高AMD290和AMD270 40%的性能。
sgminer.exe -k diamond -o stratum+tcp://dmdpool.digsys.bg:3333 -u [worker name] -p [password] --xintensity 300 -g 1 --thread-concurrency 16384 -w 256 --lookup-gap 0 --difficulty-multiplier 0.0039062500
剪切复制 https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=580725.msg6507800#msg6507800 到你的diamond.conf文件，这个文件位于你的钱包同样的目录/文件夹里面。
（例如："C:\Users\User\Wallets\Diamond Coin v2.5.7\diamond-qt.exe"--server）
设置你的批处理脚本启动文件，简单更改下面三个东西： your -o -u and -p switches (其他保持原样)
任何有关钻石币和钻石币挖矿的问题，[email protected]： https://bit.diamonds/community。
Q:What wallet synchronisation?
Wallet synchronisation is a process of Diamond wallet performing an update of the latest transactions that took place in the network. It is done by receiving information with the use of peer-to-peer file transfer. The more up to date your database is, the less time it is going to take to sync. If you experience trouble with synchronising, please see our guide on how to make a configuration file to help with this issue.
Q:If I give someone my wallet address, will they know who I am?
No, the address is anonymous and is not associated with any person or computer. To everyone it is just a string of letters and numbers.
Q:How do I create a backup?
Making backups of your wallet is important. To do this, choose the backup option in the file menu named ‘Backup Wallet’. You will be asked to choose a location for your wallet copy to be stored at. The name of the backup file is ‘wallet.dat’, however you can name it differently. It is advisable to store your backup file on various types of media to ensure that situations such as computer failure do not prevent you from accessing your wallet. The backup file is the key that allows you to be identified as the owner of Diamonds. If you lost all your backup files, you would not be able to have access to your Diamonds.
For more information please see https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Backingup_your_wallet
Please note that as a precautionary measure one should make a backup every 50 transactions to make sure that the future 100 transactions can be restored. Please read more around this issue in the section below.
Q:Is my wallet dependent of my computer?
No, there are no limitations as to which computer your ‘wallet.dat’ can be used on. It is suggested, however, to use one wallet on 1 computer only. Nonetheless one can migrate from computer to computer without any issues.
Please remember that your Diamond wallet can store more than 1 address, which is why it is important to create backups regularly. In the event of having to restore your wallet form the backup, the addresses that were not a part of it would likely not to be included.
Q:My computer crashed but I did not make a backup, what now?
If the hard drive of your computer is still accessible, before you attempt computer repair you need to make a copy of ‘wallet.dat’ which is located in a hidden folder
AppData-> Roaming-> Diamond. This needs to be done even if you choose restore option (Windows), as the file might be deleted as a part of the restoration process.
Q:How do I restore my wallet?
(Instructions for Windows users. Please note that you will need to be able to view hidden folders and files in order to successfully perform wallet restore.)
When restoring your wallet (when migrating or recovering from the computer crash) you need to be sure that you have the Diamond wallet installed on the computer and it does not contain any Diamonds. Overwriting ‘wallet.dat’ stored on the computer will make any Diamonds linked to that key inaccessible. If you have an old wallet.dat file, please rename it to prevent overwriting.
To restore your wallet, transfer the backup file (i.e. “wallet.dat”) to the default Diamond directory which can be found in
Q:How to “Show hidden files and folders” in windows?
To show hidden folders etc. in Windows 7 (the instructions are similar for Vista and slightly similar for Windows XP).
Go to Windows Explorer (My Computer).
Open the C: drive.
Click Organize on the top menu bar.
Select ‘Folder and Search options’.
Select the View tab.
Under Files and Folders > Hidden files and folders, select the option to ‘Show hidden files, folders and drives’.
After that you will be able to see AppData folder and access the default “wallet.dat” file located as shown above.
The reason for the AppData folder to be hidden is to prevent accidental deletion by unaware users.
I do not see a wallet.dat file on my computer in the Diamond folder?
Installing Diamond wallet client does not automatically create ‘wallet.dat’ file. The wallet client has to be run at least once for it to be created.
Q:Why are my sent or received coins not showing up?
Diamonds once sent are in the network waiting to be broadcasted through the other nodes. Please be patient they will show up after a few minutes.
Q:What does it mean that Diamonds need to be confirmed?
Any transaction needs to be confirmed by the network. This is done to verify that the coins a person receives are legitimate and not fraudulent. Diamond has to be confirmed six times before it’s deemed fully validated; after validation the received Diamonds can be sent again. Coins waiting to be confirmed appear in “unconfirmed” area.
Q:What is a paper wallet?
A paper wallet is a paper (hard copy) version of your computer wallet. Paper wallet has got a private key printed on it, which allows you to access your Diamonds stored in the blockchain. One can also send Diamonds directly to the paper wallet address which makes it a perfect solution for safe long term wealth storage.
Q:Can mobile phones/tablets also have wallets?
Yes, as long as there is an appropriate software developed one can use Diamond wallet on such devices. In the near future it will not only be possible to send and receive Diamonds on mobile devices, but also create them through mining and minting.
Q:What is a diamond.conf file?
In order to instruct the Diamond wallet software to use additional parameters we put instructions in diamond.conf file. The purpose of these instructions varies greatly from making the Diamond wallet software finding other nodes faster to allowing it printing more detailed debugging reports. Settings there are usually used by more advanced users. Diamond.conf file is also modified by the miners to “solo mine”.
Q:Where can I find the diamond.conf file?
Diamond.conf file is located in the hidden folder (where wallet.dat file is placed)
One can edit the file with any word processor i.e. Notepad and modify it according to one’s needs.
However, if the file is not there diamond.conf and is needed for some reason then the file needs to be created.
To create the file you:
Right mouse click in the folder:
From the contextual menu select: New > Text File. This will create a new Text Document (Notepad).
Change the name of the file (including extension by selecting Save as type: All files ‘*.*’) to: diamond.conf
If you accidentally saved the diamond.conf file with .txt extension this will render the file useless.
To change the extension of the file, please follow these instructions:
Go to Windows Explorer.
Open the C: drive.
Click Organize on the menu bar.
Select Folder and Search options.
Select the View tab.
Under Files and Folders > Hide extensions for known file types, uncheck the tick box.
Now you will be able to see and modify file extensions (F2 – rename file name).
Q:How to modify diamond.conf to add more nodes and allow ‘solo mining’?
Open diamond.conf file with i.e. Notepad.
To allow your Diamond walled client add more nodes for better connectivity simply copy and paste details shown below:
One can add more nodes, however, these are the trusted ones.
To allow ‘solo mining’:
Sample .conf File: diamond.conf
listen=1 daemon=1 server=1 rpcuser=**Yourusername** rpcpassword=**Yourpassword** (Should be different to your encrypted Wallet passphrase) rpcport=17772 rpcconnect=127.0.0.1 addnode=126.96.36.199
Q:Can I check my balance without using my wallet?
It is possible to check the balance of the given wallet address with the use of a tool called Block Explorer. Due to the nature of Bitcoin technology every transaction per address is recorded in a public ledger called the blockchain, which stores all transactions in the network. The blockchain explorer allows seeing all the transactions that took place from the moment of its creation.
Q:My Diamonds are not showing in my wallet?
There might be some rare occasions when Diamonds do not show up in the wallet. This might be caused for example by closing the wallet software right after sending Diamonds. When this happens this is usually fixed by restarting the wallet software with ‘-rescan’ parameter.
To do so use such parameter one can use Command Prompt /cmd/ to go the folder diamond-qt.exe is placed and once there launch the software with the above mentioned parameter
The other method is to create a ‘rescan.txt’ file in the folder where diamond-qt.exe is located.
Copy and paste this command
into the text file and after saving change its extention from ‘.txt’ to ‘.bat’. If you are unable to change the extension see instructions for diamond.conf file to allow it in the options.
Execute the ‘rescan.bat’.
Q:How do I completely remove my wallet from a computer?
In case you no longer use the machine on which the wallet is stored and want to securely remove it from the system, please have a read for more information: https://en.bitcoin.it/wiki/Securing_your_wallet#Erasing_Plain-text_Wallets
Q:Are the wallet source codes also available?
Diamond is an open source project and its source files can be viewed and scrutinised by anyone. The files are available for the public to see on GitHub. See download section for the link to the Diamond repository.
Q: How can I run my wallet in a portable mode (not using the drive C:)?
You can use your wallet in a portable mode, running it on any removable devices. This method will allow you to place your 'wallet.dat' file in the folder Diamond near downloadable blocks. Go to the root of any drive (e.g. H:) create a folder named Diamond. place the file Diamond Wallet 'diamond-qt.exe' in this folder. In the same folder create another one named diamond (it will be used to save downloaded blockchian, it will also create a file wallet.dat). Now create a shortcut with the name of diamond-qt. In parameters, enter the following line:
Now, you can run your wallet with the shortcut (diamond-qt.lnk). That's all, downloaded files and blocks will be next to your wallet (in the folder diamond). If your removable drive is connected to another computer (change the drive letter), then do not forget to change the path to the new drive letter assigned to the parameters of the shortcut.
All will look like in this picture: