In this article we’ll provide you with resources to mine cryptocurrencies and altcoins using only your home computer. First you’ll need to select an alt coin to mine. Once you’ve decided on a coin, you’ll need to download the relevant mining software, which is compatible with your coin. Some choices for CPU mining currencies include Monero, Aeon, Raptoreum and Sumokoin. Some CPU mining may not be as profitable as other methods, such as GPU for example, CPU mining is generally much slower.

CPU Mined Cryptocurrencies
CPU mined currencies are currencies which utilise the CPU not a GPU to mine the currency.

  • Monero (XMR)
  • Aeon (AEON)
  • Sumokoin (SUMO)
  • Electroneum (ETN)
  • Bytecoin (BCN)
  • Turtlecoin (TRTL)
  • Haven Protocol (XHV)
  • Masari (MSR)
  • Dero (DERO)
  • Raptoreum (RTM)

CPU Mining Pools
Here’s a list of CPU mining pools which pool their computing resources together for increased chance of block rewards.

CPU Mining Software For Windows & Linux
If your going to mine solo, here’s a list of popular CPU Mining software for Windows or Linux.

Alt-coin wallets for storing your CPU mined currency. 
Lastly, you’ll need a wallet to store your newly mined coins in.