What we store

Information reported by the NemosMiner software is stored on this server so you can view the status of your mining machines. This information includes:

  • A randomly generated user id that was assigned to you
  • The worker name you gave each machine
  • Current version of the software you are running
  • Estimated profit of the machine
  • The path and filename (relative to the installation directory) of each running miner
  • The pools you are mining to, algorithms they are mining, current and benchmarked speeds for each miner
  • Estimated profit for each running miner

We specifically do not receive or store:

  • Your name, email address, or any other personally identifying information
  • Your bitcoin addresses or pool balances

Though we do not intentionally capture it, server logs may include your IP address and browser information.

Who can access it?

We don't use any sort of accounts or authentication - anyone who knows or guesses your user id can view the status of your workers. User ids are randomly generated UUIDs.

How we use your data

  • To display your worker status to you on this website
  • To display your worker statusin the NemosMiner software
  • To generate aggregate statistics, for example the total number of workers being monitored and the overall number of users

How to remove your data

Data for each miner is removed automatically 3 days after the last time it reported to the server

NemosMiner monitors mining pools in real-time in order to find the most profitable algorithm to mine on Nvidia cards.

Created by Nemo/Minerx117, with help from MrPlusGH and grantemsley. Monitoring system written by grantemsley

Donations are greatly appreciated. Bitcoin donation addresses:

  • nemo - 1QGADhdMRpp9Pk5u5zG1TrHKRrdK5R81TE
  • grantemsley - 16Qf1mEk5x2WjJ1HhfnvPnqQEi2fvCeity