[GPU] Harnessing JettonGramGpuMiner: Your Guide to Mining GRAM Tokens

Setting Up a GRAM Token Miner on Windows: A Comprehensive Guide

Greetings, TON Community!

Today, I’m excited to share with you a step-by-step guide on setting up a miner for the GRAM token on your Windows machine. This guide is designed for individuals with a basic understanding of blockchain technology and those interested in contributing to the TON network’s computational power.


Before we dive into the setup process, ensure you have the following:

  • A Windows-operated computer.
  • A GPU with CUDA or OpenCL drivers installed.
  • NodeJs installed on your system. You can download it from NodeJs official website.

Step 1: Configuration

  1. Create a config.txt File: First, create a text file named config.txt in your mining directory. This file will store your mnemonic (a series of words generated by your TON wallet) and optionally a TONAPI token for enhanced API stability.

  2. Enter Your Mnemonic: Open config.txt and enter your mnemonic in the format shown below:

    SEED=word1 word2 word3 ... wordN
    TONAPI_TOKEN=your_tonapi_token_here (optional)

    Replace word1 word2 word3 ... wordN with your actual mnemonic words. If you’re using TonApi as your API provider, enter your token next to TONAPI_TOKEN=.

Step 2: Wallet Activation

Activate your v4r2 wallet by sending some funds to it. Then, perform a transaction to your own wallet address. This step ensures that your wallet is ready to receive mined tokens.

Step 3: Install NodeJs

If you haven’t already, install NodeJs on your computer. NodeJs is essential for running the mining software. You can download it from here.

Step 4: Start Mining

To start the mining process, open the start_tonhub.bat file if you’re using a CUDA GPU. For AMD GPU users, open start_tonhub_amd.bat instead.

TonApi Usage

Optionally, you can use TonApi (tonconsole.com) as your API provider for increased stability. However, it requires a token to operate. For a single miner, a free token is sufficient. To mine with TonApi, use the start_tonapi_X.bat or start_tonapi_X.sh files, where X is replaced with your GPU type.

Multi GPU Support

For those with multiple GPUs, you can run several video cards with one script. See start_multi_8.sh or start_multi_8.bat for examples. To convert any start script to multi-GPU, replace send_universal with send_multigpu and set the --gpu-count X to the number of your GPUs.


Mining GRAM tokens is a fantastic way to support the TON network while potentially earning rewards. This guide is intended to simplify the setup process for Windows users. If you encounter any issues or have further questions, don’t hesitate to reach out to the community for assistance.

Happy mining, and let’s contribute to the growth and security of the TON blockchain together!

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