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Chia Mining Beginners Guide

Before You Begin Keep it simple. Focus on learning what Chia is and how to make one plot. Once you do that, move on to doing more.…

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Farming On Many Machines

How to harvest on other machines that are not your main machine This guide allows you to run a harvester on each machine, without…

CLI Commands Reference

This page should provide additional high-level documentation and explanation beyond just chia -h. This is not meant to be comprehensive, because often the -h (help) text is…

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