How to mine Safemoon: a step-by-step guide to mining on laptops and desktops


Sometimes mining can seem too complicated for the average computer user, so I thought of putting together a quick guide to get you interested in mining cryptocurrency and Safemoon in particular.

Anyone can start mining Safemoon on any laptop in less than 5 minutes, using this guide, regardless of your technical skill level, you can expand your knowledge of cryptography and start mining Safemoon with your CPU and GPU today!!!

SafeMoon is a cryptocurrency token created in March 2021 on the Binance Smart Chain blockchain.

The token charges a 10% transaction fee, with 5% redistributed (or reflected) to token holders and 5% going to wallets in another currency, Binance Coin (BNB), controlled by the coin’s authors, described as a liquidity pool, to create a “solid price floor and cushion for holders.”

And now here we go!

STEP 1. Get a wallet.

I recommend getting a wallet that supports ERC20 tokens, Metamask, Trust Wallet or Atomic Wallet are good candidates.

From the wallet get your public acceptance address, this is the address the pool needs to transfer your coins.

STEP 2: Download the Unmineable Miner software

Before downloading the file, set some folder exceptions in Windows Defender, in your antivirus, and in your browser so that you can download the file without worrying about notifications about dangerous files.

The official Unmineable software can be downloaded from this site: Unmineable Download

Download the MFI version (including the miner files).

Unsupported software is just one executable file, it already contains all the configurations, so this is the best and easiest way to mine Safemoon.

Run the file as administrator in Windows.

When you run it, it will look something like this:

You can choose between GPU or CPU cards.

You will be taken to a second screen where you will enter your Safemoon address as well as a code that will allow you to reduce your developer fee from 1% to 0.75%.

Use code: e4xd-wmzl to reduce the developer fee from 1% to 0.75% (it makes a difference).

After you press the “Start” button, you should see a similar screen:

At this point I would recommend that you select the option at the bottom to display logs (looks like a sheet of paper), here press Force Stop.

Then click the settings icon (looks like a cog wheel), on the screen that appears you want to double check a few things:

  1. Make sure the ETCHASH algorithm is selected, if you mine with 4GB cards, use ETHASH for cards with 6GB or more, if you select CPU, everything is ready to start mining, no need to select anything.
  2. Make sure that the code e4xd-wmzl is displayed in the transition field (recommended, but not required).
  3. Set a name for your warcaster (the computer you are mining from).
  4. Set the maximum mining intensity, I would recommend High for those periods when you are not using your computer.

It looks like this:

Click the “Save and Restart” button to start mining!!!

After launching, you can check the speed of your graphics card, which is displayed as the current hash rate.

You can also click the statistics button in the upper right corner to go directly to the Unmineable website, where you can check your balance and request payment manually.

Note that it is recommended to change some settings in Windows, there are people who disable updates and also disable hibernation, hibernation or anything that can turn off the computer when it is not in use.

When using your laptop, make sure it has a battery or is plugged in so it doesn’t shut down.

Congratulations, if you are using Unmineable, you are now a miner!!!

If you want a little more control over your mining software and configurations, you can download miners and manually configure them.

For those of you who are mining on CPUs, you can do the following:

Go to the xmrig website to download the latest version (MSVC), or from the official github repository:

After you download the latest version, you will need to edit the file named “pool_mine_example.cmd”, “start.cmd” or “start.bat”. Inside this file you need to change 2 lines.

If the file does not exist, you will have to create it

It might look something like this:

cd %~dp0xmrig.exe -o -u SAFEMOON:0x10ED43C718714eb63d5a5A57B78B54704E256024E.wrkID#e4xd-wmzl -p x –cpu-no-yieldpause

On the second line after -o you can see the URL of the pool, in this case all you have to do depending on your location is to use one of the following URLs (choose the one closest to your location).

United States:

Then in the third line you must enter the public address of your wallet (copied in STEP 1), put it after SAFEMOON: and before the first dot “.”.

The general structure of the address should be:

[COIN]:[Wallet address].[workerID]#[Code to lower mining fee]

WorkerID is any name you want to give to each computer that is running the miner, so that it can be easily identified later in the pool statistics.

The code after # is important because mining with this code will reduce the mining fee from 1% to 0.75% (it matters). You can start mining using this code e4xd-wmzl.

You also need to edit the config.json file and update the Pools object to look something like this using your data:

{ “pools”: [        {{ “url”: “”,            { “user”: “SAFEMOON:0x10ED43C718714eb63d5aA57B78B54704E256024E.wrkID#e4xd-wmzl” 

Run the file pool_mine_example as administrator.

If all goes well, you are now using XMRig and mining. Congratulations!!!

For those of you who do GPU mining:

I would recommend that you purchase: Teamredminer (AMD cards), Phoenixminer (AMD / NVIDIA) or Trex (Nvidia).

Download this miner from official websites:

Then configure them using a similar Start.bat file as described in the CPU section above.

Note some of the changes you need to make:

  • if you are mining with 4GB cards, you need to set the algorithm on the miner to ETCHASH and the coin to ETC. (check the CLI settings of the miner)
  • If you are mining with 6GB or more cards, you need to set the algorithm on the miner to ETHAS and the coin to ETH. (check the CLI settings of the miner)

Remember also to set the URL of the pool accordingly:


After that, run the file as administrator.

You can now log in to Unmineable to check your statistics: is a mining pool that allows you to mine with your CPU, using RandomX or GPUS, using Etchash or Ethash, and pay you in any coin you choose.

Remember how you set up the address in the Miner startup file?

So, you just give Unmineable the details of the coin you want to pay with, in this example Safemoon, and then the address where they will transfer the mined coins.

To check your balance, log into Unmineable and select the coin you want to mine. In this example, Safemoon.

Then you can select the tab that says RandomX, ETCHAS or ETHASH, depending on your algorithm, and enter your address in the box that says “Enter your address to check your stats:”.

After that you will see the balance of your account and even be able to request a payment.

Congratulations, you are now a miner!

I recommend downloading some software to monitor the operating temperature of your CPU and GPU, a good and free software is Hardware Monitor.

Try not to keep your CPU above 90 degrees Celsius. If you are mining on a laptop, replace the CPU thermal paste, clean the inside of the CPU, and purchase heat sinks for laptops.

If you take care of the temperature, your computer should run very well, the amount of coins you can mine will depend on the hash rate of your CPU and GPUs.

For GPUS, download MSI Afterburner and set the appropriate overclocking profile to get higher hash rates.

Remember to use a valid address for each coin, for example, if you want to get paid in ADA, you need a valid Cardano blockchain address.