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How do I know I'm receiving my ether?

Your miner should pay out once you hit a payout limit. I normally keep mine at one ether although you can change it. You shouldn't need to create a wallet contract as you already have a wallet. 

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So I've gone to a bunch of trouble trying to setup my miner and I'm now mining with the Ethminer Cuda version. It's definitely mining (displaying hashrates, jobs etc.) and I entered my wallet address and the nanopool EU pool address as well as my email. 

 

Am I now done with setting everything up? Nanopool pays out 4 times a day. So will it send my payout directly to my account?

 

Do I need to make a wallet contract to allow it to send the ether to me?

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Your miner should pay out once you hit a payout limit. I normally keep mine at one ether although you can change it. You shouldn't need to create a wallet contract as you already have a wallet. 


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