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How do I eventually get the ether I have just successfully been mining or paid for by nanopool into a wallet that I can sell for USD? I wish to know why my mist wallet still contains a balance of 0.00 but my nanopool has 0.04, I am not looking to sell now of course but just wanted to know for the future so I don't lose or get stuck with ETH I cannot move. Also how does a platform like Coinbase come into play here?

  • Has Mist fully synced? Without a fully synced node your balance won't be up to date. – Samuel Hawksby-Robinson Mar 2 '17 at 23:21
  • well now im getting error messages like this.... Error: invalid receipt root hash (remote: 0075ccbbecd4e4ef235e97a2cfd65f2f9d84246183024eab28b541383eb667b6 local: c43ead1e713727ee1fe38fcbbe84159d3787b770a7ebe947c65617209e4f1390) ############################## any idea what this means? – MrsDog Mar 3 '17 at 2:16
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Nanopool has a minimum payout of 0.2ETH. This means you must mine at least that much before nanopool will deposit it into your address.

  • oh that makes perfect sense then. so once i hit the .2 mark is should show up in both my nanopool and my mist account. – MrsDog Mar 3 '17 at 20:16
  • Exactly. Please mark my answer as accepted if it has adequately helped. – ETHme Mar 4 '17 at 0:10

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