NiceHash + BTC Wallet Address
Now, this is one of the most important parts: getting paid.
Once you've opened up NiceHash and let it benchmark your CPU and GPU, you'll need to enter your BTC wallet address.
On the left, you can see "WALLET'. You'll need to click this and then enter your BTC wallet address so you can get your payments.
There's even a guide that NiceHash includes that shows you how to set up your BTC wallet address.
Exodus Wallet Setup
Setting up your BTC wallet address (and hell, virtually any cryptocurrency that Exodus supports) is A-B-C easy.
Open up Exodus, and on the left, you'll see "Wallet."
In there, you'll see two buttons - send, and receive. Click 'receive.'
Boom. Your Bitcoin address is made on the spot, and unique to you. Copy and paste this out to NiceHash when you're ready.
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