Earning Passive Income with Crypto: A New Economic Trend

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Welcome to the World of Crypto Mining

If you’re new to the world of cryptocurrency mining, you may have been unaware of the crucial role notifications and alerts can play in the maintenance and profitability of your mining operations. From missing GPUs to unexpected system reboots, keeping your finger on the pulse of your rigs is the key to effective home mining. In this article, we will learn about setting up Telegram, a popular messaging app, to receive your Hive OS alerts and notifications.

Understanding the Importance of Alerts in Crypto Mining

For most home crypto miners, the scariest thing is not being aware of the status of their rigs in real-time. Issues such as reboots and hashing problems or even missing GPUs can drastically affect your ability to mine and thus, your profitability. The problem becomes especially complex when managing multiple rigs or when you are away from home.

The Role of Telegram Alerts

To address these challenges, many miners use messaging platforms like Telegram. Telegram, for those unfamiliar, is a widely used messaging tool that supports a range of bots and integrations, including one with Hive OS, a highly popular mining operating system. Although Discord is another popular choice, at the time of writing, the Discord bot does not work correctly with Hive OS, thus necessitating the use of Telegram.

Setting Up Telegram Alerts

Step 1: Downloading Telegram

The process of setting up alerts on Telegram begins by downloading the app. Both Android and iPhone users can find the app in their respective stores. When setting up your account, do note that you will need a phone number to authenticate your profile.

Step 2: Downloading Telegram for PC

Although not strictly necessary, downloading Telegram for PC can simplify the setup process. The desktop application allows for easier navigation, the convenient copy-pasting of commands, and the added bonus of receiving your alerts while working on your computer.

Involving the HiveBot

With both your phone and PC ready, we can now move on to tie these two with your Hive OS account. Inside the Telegram PC app, you will find instructions to scan a QR code. Post scanning, you will see a chat window where you are now ready to invite the HiveBot to join.

Integrating Hive OS with Telegram

Now that we have prepared the Telegram end, let’s shift our attention to Hive OS. Log into your Hive OS account and navigate to ‘Settings’. Scroll down to the notifications area, select Telegram, and click ‘Subscribe’.

Making the Connection

Once you click ‘Subscribe’, Hive OS will ask you to start a new chat with the Telegram bot. Clicking on the link prompts a pop-up that requests to connect with your Telegram desktop app. Once allowed, it will create a chat with the HiveBot where you can hit ‘Start’ to get going.

Authenticating the Services

Upon initiation, HiveBot will generate an authentication code that you must input on the Hive OS page. Post this, Hive OS will require a ‘six-digit authentication code’ for which, you should have multi-factor authentication enabled on Hive OS. Once you submit the correct code, simply give it a couple of minutes to start the services.

Completing the Setup

Following a successful activation, you should see a notification that you have subscribed to the Telegram alerts. Here onwards, you have the freedom to manage alerts separately for each farm from the farm settings, allowing you to micro-manage multiple rigs individually.

Customizing Notifications

A crucial part of the setup process is to customize the type of alerts you want to receive. While you may initially want all alerts, you might soon find that some are irrelevant or redundant. For example, my personal setup involves alerts for rig reboots, hashing issues, and missing cards. However, feel free to tailor the type of notifications to your personal requirements.

Finally, it is essential to remember that alerts are not always instantaneous. Real-time information is an ideal scenario, but the notifications may sometimes be delayed. That being noted, some information is better than no information, and the ability to stay informed about your rigs at all times, no matter where you are, is a significant advantage in home crypto mining.

Wrapping Up

Taking time to set up Telegram alerts for your Hive OS account will offer you peace of mind and ensure that you are always aware of what’s happening with your rigs. The process may seem a bit tedious, but the reward of real-time alerts and a smoother mining operation makes it more than worth the effort.

In conclusion, the art of crypto mining involves continuously learning and getting familiar with tools that improve our efficiency and profitability. Hopefully, this guide has imparted some valuable knowledge to help you set up your Telegram alerts for a more streamlined and efficient mining operation. Happy mining!

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  1. I thought they added notifications built into the app.
    They didn't, what the actual f?
    They should be ashamed that such essential and obvious feature has not been added yet…

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