• ron7777

    ManageRigs Miner Control App

    What is it?

    ManageRigs Miner Control App is an application that increases the income of your mining rigs. Earn more than online calculators predicts.
    We manage your rigs and mining-related processes. Safely, remotely, effectively.

    How much is it?

    ManageRigs Miner Control App is Free.

    DevFee 0.5% in ALL your rigs.

    How to manage this app?

    ManageRigs Miner Control App is working automatically. You simply run it and get your weekly or day profit.

    Who are we?

    A team of developers and miners, which developed a product that maximizes mining profits.

    How do we do that?

    automatic switching between profitable currencies and algos
    algorythmic trading to gain maximum profit
    stop loss protection
    uninterruptable operation provided by 24/7 monitoring
    You can added etherscan and token explorer in all your wallet.
    and more

    What do I need to start?

    Download our miner app from Mega
    Download Link - Download Manage Rigs

    Extract zip archive
    Run ManageRigs.exe (or ManageRigs for Linux)

    Add ur rigs. (good bye teamveiwer) add configs/
    Add ur eth,etc,btc, and more etc wallet.

    How to report bugs and issues?

    PM please and contact in program.

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  • ron7777

    We are developing a fast multi-gpu windows miner for cuckaroo29 mining algorithm which is used in Grin - a new community-driven implementation of Mimblewimble.

    10.02.19 price ~5.5$


    Supports Nvidia/AMD GPUs with a min of 7gb VRAM
    Simple configuration/auto-detection of GPUs and CPU settings
    4-6% speed improvement over grin gold miner
    Ongoing development and dedicated Discord support channel
    Moderate 1% dev fee to fund future development
    Linux and Mac versions under development
    Expected speeds for typical GPUs: 1080TI - 4.6 gps, 1080 3.5 gps, 1070ti 3.2 gps

    Quick Launch Guide:
    Update drivers: Nvidia just use the latest, AMD we recommend 18.6.1 adrenaline drivers
    Download and install 2.2.1 .NET Core libraries
    Note: restart required
    Set virtual memory to 40-56GB (about 7gb per GPU)
    Run start.bat and input your pool data. We recommend the following pools:

    Download Links


    Grin pools:

    Mining speed:

    Nvidia driver 416.34

    1070Ti (+100 0 145W) - 3,25 gps
    1080 (+100 0 150W) - 3,6 gps
    1080Ti (+100 0 210W) - 4,5 gps
    1080Ti (+100 0 155W) - 4,05 gps

    AMD adrenaline 18.6.1

    RX570 8Gb (cc:1340 mc:1750) - 1,7 gps

    (Celeron 3930, 4Gb RAM)

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  • ron7777


    TT-Miner Version 2.1.9 is available.

    The new miner is available as command line version only, I dropped the windows GUI release because there was no need for it. So far, I have support for windows 7, 8.1 & 10 and Nvidia. The miner required about 4-5 minutes until it shows a stable hashrate. To get independed information about miner speeds you should always compare hashrates @ the pool, shares @ the pool or just the profit you made.

    The DevFee is 1% for all algos.

    Supported algorithms:

    PROGPOW (BCI, more to come)
    ETHASH (Ethash (ETH, ETC, Music, Callisto, etc)
    MTP (Zcoin)
    MYRGR / Myriad-Groestl (Myriad, DigiByte, Verge, etc)
    A sample command line might look like this:


    New version available (

    fixes an issue in the hashrate calculation
    improved performance
    error handling added (wrong wallet format - miner stops now and show the error)
    indicator on the miner window for the connection to the pool
    Coming in the next release:

    ProgPoW algo for Bitcoin Interest
    more detailed performance information in the MinerControl app
    Stating from version 2.1.5 TT-Miner can understand most of the used command line arguments. If you already use any miner it should be OK just to replace the program name an leave the remaining arguments as they are. If you have a combination that TT-Miner does not understand please let me know so that I can fix that.

    version available (

    ProgPow Algo added (for BCI-Bitcoin Interest)
    version available (

    Fixed a memory leak
    Faster DAG file generation for the Ethash Algo
    Coming next

    Restart rigs with a new configuration with a single mouse-click
    Create/Save/Load rig and farm profiles for a fast switch between different setups (algo/coin) - either per rig or the whole mining farm
    version available (

    Improved performance of the ProgPow Algo
    Improved performance of the Ethash Algo
    Less rejected Shares (fast solution reporting to the pool)
    Shows the count of GPU Stales (indication of too much OC!)
    Integration of Nvidias new Cuda 10 SDK
    Drag & Drop an coin configuration to a rig to let all gpus mine that news coin (Function in the MinerControl)
    If you look for possible command line options please start the miner with the -h or --help option: TT-Miner.exe -h

    Download link:
    Download TT-Miner

    The miner required the latest C-runtime from Microsoft. If some dlls are missing when you start the miner you might need to install the CRT. You can get the CRT from Microsoft:

    TT-Miner is NOT free of bugs, so if you find one please help to make TT-Miner better and report it to me so that I have a chance to fix it.

    Happy mining!

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  • ron7777

    JCE Cryptonote CPU+GPU Miner​

    Welcome to the Fastest Cryptonote CPU Miner ever! Now with GPU!​

    Try the GPU Version (includes the CPU miner), the fastest CN-Heavy/XHV/Tube miner!

    Download - JCE_Fast v.0.33b18

    Recent history

    0.33q CPU and 0.33b18 GPU

    • TurtleCoin defaults to v2
    • Fix possible Masari v8 bad shares
    • Waltz/Graft fork as --variation 22

    0.33b17 GPU

    • Masari v8 support
    • watchdog can restart the miner instead of quit, parameter --restart

    0.33p CPU

    • Native Stellite v8 and Masari v8 support

    0.33b16 GPU

    • Stellite v8
    • Rig-id
    • Light optim for mixed cpu/gpu mining

    0.33n CPU
    New fork: Stellite v8
    Rig-id parameter (optional)

    0.33b15 GPU
    Backport of 0.33m CPU
    New fork: Turtle v2, as --variation 20
    New coin: DeroGold
    Remote Managment through the HTTP server
    IGP autoconfig fix

    0.33m CPU
    New fork: Turtle v2, as --variation 20
    New coin: DeroGold
    Remote Managment through the HTTP server

    0.33k CPU
    Separate assembly for Bulldozer x64 on v8 algo

    0.33b14 GPU
    uPlexa fork, as --variation 19
    Backported CPU optim from 0.33j
    --legacy now keeps the CPU idle when mining only with GPU

    0.33j CPU (upgrade to this one or later for CPU mining highly recommended)
    uPlexa fork, as --variation 19
    Better/restored speed on v8
    Updated a few shitcoins forks.

    0.33i CPU
    Big optimization for v8, for all CPUs +2%
    Sumokoin wallets default to Ryo

    0.33b13 GPU
    Fix regression in b12 on old algos (masari, turtle, arto...)
    New mode: --legacy to fix some speed regression in some card/algo combinations

    0.33b11 GPU
    New coin FredCoin
    Better pool-side efficiency

    0.33h CPU
    New coin FredCoin
    Little optim for Zen CPU on v8

    0.33b10 GPU+CPU
    Fixed possible bad shares
    Little optim for RX on v8
    Little optim for Zen CPU on v8
    Warning when a non-AMD gpu is enabled to mine

    0.33b9 GPU (upgrade to this one or later highly recommended)
    Fixed Nicehash netcode
    Very little optim for RX on Heavy/forks
    Warmup now all automatic

    0.33b8 GPU
    More stable hashrate
    Speed increase in most cases

    0.33b7 GPU
    Cryptonight-FreeHaven backported from CPU version
    Cryptonight-Dark too
    Fees lowered back to 0.9% for all algos
    Little optims

    CPU Speed

    In short, JCE is:

    Crazy fast on non-AES 64-bits, usually 35-40% faster than other miners
    Compared to other 32-bits miners, still faster on non-AES 32-bits, sometimes beating even the other miners 64-bits versions
    And still comparatively faster on non-AES 32-bits Cryptonight-Heavy, with usually +50% speed.
    Slightly faster than the other best on AES 64-bits, beating them by ~1% on CN-classic, +2.8% on v7 fork, +2% on v8, +4% on Cryptonight-Heavy
    A lot faster than any other miner when mining BitTube v2, on any processor, with ~30% extra speed.
    Also a lot faster on AES 32-bits, but it's a rare case (mostly seen on Intel Atom tablets)

    Third Party integration

    If you're a Mining Tool dev (like Forager or Awsome Miner...) and want to integrate JCE, here's a good command to spawn JCE. Most parameters are similar to other common miners.

    jce_cn_cpu_miner64 --auto --any --forever --variation FORK --low -o POOL:pORT -u WALLET -p PASSWORD --mport MONITOR SSL

    And replace:

    FORK by the Fork number, see list below, or set 0 for automatic
    POOL:pORT by the pool address (name or IP):(port), e.g.
    WALLET by the miner wallet
    PASSWORD by the miner password
    MONITOR by the local HTTP monitor server port
    SSL by either nothing, or "--ssl" if SSL is to be used

    Getting started

    If you're new at mining Cryptonight, here's the simplest way:

    Choose the coin to mine, see the list below. The most common is Monero.
    Get a wallet, that's a ~95 character long identifier. If you don't have one yet, you can create it here
    Choose a pool to mine on, and its port. For example Pool and port 4444
    Edit the start.bat that's shipped in the .zip

    • Change the example POOL by yours
    • Change the example PORT by yours
    • Change the example WALLET by yours
    • You can leave the default password x
      (Optional) If your coin is exotic, maybe you also need to change FORK=0 to another number. See the list in the start.bat
      Run start.bat

    Basic topics

    Q. Is it free (as in beer, as in freedom)?
    No and no. It has fees, and is not open source. But the program itself is free to distribute.

    Q. How much cost the fees?
    Current fees are:

    3.0% when using at least one mining thread with non-AES architecture, or 32-bits
    1.5% when using only 64-bits AES architecture
    0.9% when using GPU

    Q. Can I avoid fees?
    Not really. I plan to offer a paying per-licence-no-fee (pay-once-for-all) version, but it's a lot more complicated to set up than a fee-based miner.
    Also, JCE never takes any fee during the first minute, so if you run it, and kill it after one minute, and repeat again and again, then you'll never pay any fee, but JCE takes a few seconds to start, and your Pool probably won't let your reconnect continuously.

    Q. Will it work on my computer?
    Minimum is Windows Vista 32-bits, or Linux, with a SSE2 capable CPU. 64-bits is faster, prefer it.
    For best performance, Large Pages must be enabled, JCE will try to auto-configure them, but it may work or not depending on your Windows version and security configuration.

    **Q. What currency can I mine? On which pools?
    You can mine any coin on any pool.

    If your coin is listed, all is automatic.
    Run the miner with --coins parameter to get the up-to-date list. Current list is:**
    Aeon (AEON)
    Alloy (XAO)
    ArQmA (ARQ)
    ArtoCash (RTO)
    B2BCoin (B2B)
    Bitcoin2network (B2N)
    BBSCoin (BBS)
    Bitcoal (COAL)
    BitcoiNote (BTCN)
    Bitsum (BSM)
    BlackRose (BLR)
    Bloc (BLOC)
    BitTube (TUBE)
    BlueberriesCoin (BBC)
    Bytecoin (BCN)
    Caliber (CAL)
    Catalyst (XAT)
    Citadel (CTL)
    Citicash (CCH)
    Constella (XCC)
    Crepcoin (CREP)
    CryoNote (XCN)
    Dero (DERO)
    DeroGold (DEGO)
    Dinastycoin (DCY)
    DragonGlass (DRGL)
    Electronic Dollar (EDL)
    Electroneum (ETN)
    Elya (ELYA)
    Fonero (FNO)
    FreeHaven (XFH)
    FreelaBit (FBF)
    FuryCoin (FURY)
    Gadcoin (GAD)
    Graft (GRFT)
    Haven (XHV)
    HospitalCoin (HOSP)
    Iridium (IRD)
    Italo (ITA)
    KashKoin (KHK)
    Karbowanec (KRB)
    Lethean (LTHN)
    Leviarcoin (XLC)
    Lines (LNS)
    Loki (LOK)
    Lumeneo (LMO)
    MarketCash (MKT)
    Masari (MSR)
    Monero (XMR/XMV)
    Mox (MOX)
    Niobio (NBR)
    Ombre (OMB)
    ParsiCoin (PARS)
    Plenteum (PLE)
    Pluracoin (PLURA)
    PrivatePay (XPP)
    PyrexCoin (PYX)
    Qwertycoin (QWC)
    Remix (RMX)
    Saronite (XRN)
    Solace (SOL)
    Stellite (XTL)
    Sumokoin (SUMO)
    SuperiorCoin (SUP)
    Swap (SWAP)
    TaxfreeCoin (TXC)
    Tritanium (TTNZ)
    Triton (TRIT)
    Truckcoin (TRKC)
    Turtlecoin (TRTL)
    UltraNote (XUN)
    UPlexa (UPX)
    Veronite (XVV)
    VideoGamesCoin (VGC)
    Wownero (WOW)
    Xaria (XARI)
    X-Cash (XCA)
    zBucks (ZBK)
    Zelerius (ZLS)

    Q. Is Nicehash supported?
    Yes, see list above. The Nicehash-specific Nonce is then automatically enabled.

    Q. Is SSL supported?
    Yes, with parameter --ssl

    Q. I get only bad shares, what happens?
    Your coin has probably forked. Add --variation N parameter, with N as listed below, until you find the one that works.

    Q. What if my wallet is not recognized, or as a different coin?
    Some coins use a wallet syntax so close that they're hard to differenciate, like Lines and Loki. If JCE fails to detect the coin, force it with --any --variation N (with N as listed below) and let the miner run. It will still display the wrong coin but mine the good one. And of course proof-check pool side that you correctly get the shares.

    Q. Is there a HTTP server to monitor the miner?
    Modern pools provide all you need to monitor your miners (average hashrate, worker-id...). Monitoring is now a pool's job. Still, a minimal HTTP Json server is available with parameter --mport P (P the port number) to ease integration of JCE into mining tools, but not intended for human reading. Forager was the first tool to integrate JCE, take a look!
    For more compatibility, with extra parameter --stakjson, the JSON will be in XMR-Stak format.

    Advanced topics

    Q. Are there requirements or dependencies?
    No. JCE is just a big standalone executable.

    Q. Is there a Linux version?
    Yes, starting from version 0.29

    Q. Is there a GPU version?
    Yes, starting from version 0.30

    Q. Is there a 32-bits version?
    Yes, both 32 and 64 are always in the same release, for both Linux and Windows.

    Q. How many threads can I setup?
    Maximum is 256 threads on 256 CPUs.

    Cryptonight Forks

    All current forks are supported:
    N=0 Automatic
    N=1 Original Cryptonight
    N=2 Original Cryptolight
    N=3 Cryptonight V7 fork of April-2018
    N=4 Cryptolight V7 fork of April-2018
    N=5 Cryptonight-Heavy
    N=6 Cryptolight-IPBC (obsolete)
    N=7 Cryptonight-XTL
    N=8 Cryptonight-Alloy
    N=9 Cryptonight-MKT/B2N
    N=10 Cryptonight-ArtoCash/Fest/Hosp
    N=11 Cryptonight-Fast (Masari)
    N=12 Cryptonight-Haven
    N=13 Cryptonight-Bittube v2
    N=14 Cryptolight-Red
    N=15 Cryptonight V8
    N=16 Pool-selected autoswitch algo
    N=17 Cryptolight-Dark
    N=18 Cryptonight-FreeHaven/Swap/Ultrafast
    N=19 Cryptolight-uPlexa
    N=20 Cryptolight-Turtle v2
    N=21 Cryptonight-Stellite v8
    N=22 Cryptonight-Waltz/Graft

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  • ron7777

    MindMiner - the miner manager programm with online monitoring
    Miner manager programm. Support CPU mining and mining on nVidia and AMD cards.

    This isnt a next fork based on MultiPoolMiner (NemosMiner, SniffDogMiner, MegaMiner, NPlusMiner and etc).
    This is full new source code written by me with my minds of a console miner manager programm.
    Thanks to aaronsace to the idea but weak implementation.

    Latest version: Download MindMinerMonitor v3.65

    You may config any supported miner to any configuration.


    Accounting power consumption
    Very small code size
    Low memory use ~50Mb
    Self update
    User confirm for benchmarks and new pools
    No memory leak
    Small CPU usage
    Fast switch for most profit algo/coin
    Very configurable
    Different verbose level
    Pools actual balance
    Actual miners (if not write me)
    Up to three currencies supported list
    Api Pools proxy for more then 10 rigs (prevent blocking api pools request)
    Api/status server (http://localhost:5555)
    Switching resistance by percentage or timeout
    Run process before & after execution of miner

    Supported Pools:


    Supported Miners:

    dstm zcash (equihash)
    cast xmr
    cpuminer (any)
    ccminer (any)
    ewbf (disabled by default, to enable change config file .\Miners\ewbf-xxx.config.txt)
    nheqminer (disabled by default, to enable change config file .\Miners\nheqminer-xxx.config.txt)
    sgminer (any)
    Claymore ethereum (no dual algo support for now)
    Claymore zcash (equihash)
    Claymore cryptonight
    Claymore neoscrypt
    PhoenixMiner (ethash)
    jce cryptonote


    PowerShell 5.0

    Windows 10 x64 or Server 2016 already contain PowerShell 5.0.
    For Windows 7 SP1, 8.1, Server 2008 R2 SP1, 2012, 2012 R2 install PowerShell 5.0 by link.
    PowerShell requires Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5 or above.
    The Windows is x64 need as most of the miners support only x64 bit.

    Please install:

    Visual C++ Redistributable 2015
    Visual C++ Redistributable 2013
    If use CPU mining please allow lock page support in OS to double CryptoNight algorithm profit (XMR).

    Download latest release to any folder. Unpack and may create config.txt (see config section) or just run “run.bat” and enter BTC wallet and other asked data.

    Place simple config.txt file into programm folder with json content
    “Wallet”: { “BTC”: “Your BTC wallet” },
    “Login”: “Login for pool with registration (MPH)”
    For details, see configuration manual.

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  • ron7777

    Claymore's Dual Ethereum + Decred/Siacoin/Lbry/Pascal/Blake2s/Keccak AMD+NVIDIA GPU Miner.

    Latest version is v12.0:

    • zero devfee for all 2GB and 3GB cards in all operating systems.
    • reduced devfee for dual mode, now it is 1%, same as for ETH-only mode.
    • a bit reduced required GPU memory (both AMD and NVIDIA) so you can mine ETH a bit longer on cards that don't have enough memory.
    • added version for CUDA 10.0, it is a bit faster for latest 20xx NVIDIA cards.
    • a few minor bug fixes and improvements.


    MEGA: Download v.12.0

    TESTED NVIDIA DRIVERS (other versions are untested, they can be worse or better):
    9xx cards in Windows 7 x64: just use latest/recent drivers from Nvidia website (for example, 368.81). Note that latest 372.54 is slower than 368.81.
    9xx cards in Windows 10 x64: you have to use old drivers (for example, 352.xx) and miner built for cuda6.5.
    10xx cards in Windows 7 x64: just use latest 372.54 drivers from Nvidia website.
    10xx cards in Windows 10 x64: just use latest 372.54 drivers from Nvidia website, note that you must have Win10 Anniversary update.


    • Supports new "dual mining" mode: mining both Ethereum and Decred/Siacoin/Lbry/Pascal at the same time, with no impact on Ethereum mining speed. Ethereum-only mining mode is supported as well.
    • Effective Ethereum mining speed is higher by 3-5% because of a completely different miner code - much less invalid and outdated shares, higher GPU load, optimized OpenCL code, optimized assembler kernels.
    • Supports both AMD and nVidia cards, even mixed.
    • No DAG files.
    • Supports all Stratum versions for Ethereum: can be used directly without any proxies with all pools that support eth-proxy, qtminer or miner-proxy.
    • Supports Ethereum and Siacoin solo mining.
    • Supports both HTTP and Stratum for Decred.
    • Supports both HTTP and Stratum for Siacoin.
    • Supports Stratum for Lbry, Pascal, Blake2s, Keccak.
    • Supports failover.
    • Displays detailed mining information and hashrate for every card.
    • Supports remote monitoring and management.
    • Supports GPU selection, built-in GPU overclocking features and temperature management.
    • Supports Ethereum forks (Expanse, etc).
    • Windows and Linux versions.

    This version is POOL/SOLO for Ethereum, POOL for Decred, POOL/SOLO for Siacoin, POOL for Lbry, POOL for Pascal, POOL for Blake2s, POOL for Keccak.

    For old AMD cards, Catalyst (Crimson) 15.12 is required for best performance and compatibility.
    For AMD 4xx/5xx cards (Polaris) you can use any recent drivers.
    For AMD cards, set the following environment variables, especially if you have 2...4GB cards:


    For multi-GPU systems, set Virtual Memory size in Windows at least 16 GB (better more):
    "Computer Properties / Advanced System Settings / Performance / Advanced / Virtual Memory".

    This miner is free-to-use, however, current developer fee is 1%, every hour the miner mines for 36 seconds for developer.
    For all 2GB cards and 3GB cards devfee is 0%, so on these cards you can mine all ETH forks without devfee, this miner is completely free in this case.
    If some cards are 2...3GB and some >3GB, 2...3GB cards still mine for you during devfee time, only cards that have more than 3GB memory will be used for devfee mining. Miner displays appropriate messages during startup.
    Second coin (Decred/Siacoin/Lbry/Pascal/Blake2s/Keccak) is mined without developer fee.
    So the developer fee is 0...1%, if you don't agree with the dev fee - don't use this miner, or use "-nofee" option.
    Attempts to cheat and remove dev fee will cause a bit slower mining speed (same as "-nofee 1") though miner will show same hashrate.
    Miner cannot just stop if cheat is detected because creators of cheats would know that the cheat does not work and they would find new tricks. If miner does not show any errors or slowdowns, they are happy.

    This version is for recent AMD videocards only: 7xxx, 2xx and 3xx, 2GB or more. Recent nVidia videocards are supported as well.

    There are builds for Windows x64 and for Linux x64 (tested on Ubuntu 14.04). No 32-bit support.


    You can use "config.txt" file instead of specifying options in command line.
    If there are not any command line options, miner will check "config.txt" file for options.
    If there is only one option in the command line, it must be configuration file name.
    If there are two or more options in the command line, miner will take all options from the command line, not from configuration file.
    Place one option per line, if first character of a line is ";" or "#", this line will be ignored.
    You can also use environment variables in "epools.txt" and "config.txt" files. For example, define "WORKER" environment variable and use it as "%WORKER%" in config.txt or in epools.txt.


    Dual mode: change "-dcri" option value with "+/-" keys in runtime to find best speeds.
    ETH-only mode when ASM algorithm is used (enabled by default): change "-dcri" option value with "+/-" keys in runtime to find best speeds. If you get best speed at "-dcri 1" (i.e. you cannot find speed peak), use "-asm 2" option to enable alternative ASM kernel (available for Tonga and Polaris cards only).
    NOTE 1: if GPU throttles (overheated) or if you overclocked GPU, best "-dcri" value will be different.
    NOTE 2: speed peak can be rather short, so change "-dcri" value slowly, one-by-one.
    NOTE 3: best -dcri values for ETH-only mode and dual mode can be different.
    NOTE 4: you can use "x" key to select single GPU for -dcri value adjustment.
    NOTE 5: if you did not specify "-dcri" option in ETH-only ASM mode, miner will detect best -dcri values automatically, you can also press "z" key to do it.


    Use "epools.txt" and "dpools.txt" files to specify additional pools (you can use "-epoolsfile" and "-dpoolsfile" options to use different filenames).
    These files have text format, one pool per line. Every pool has 3 connection attempts.
    Miner disconnects automatically if pool does not send new jobs for a long time or if pool rejects too many shares.
    If the first character of a line is ";" or "#", this line will be ignored.
    Do not change spacing, spaces between parameters and values are required for parsing.
    If you need to specify "," character in parameter value, use two commas - ,, will be treated as one comma.
    You can reload "epools.txt" and "dpools.txt" files in runtime by pressing "r" key.
    Pool specified in the command line is "main" pool, miner will try to return to it every 30 minutes if it has to use some different pool from the list.
    If no pool was specified in the command line then first pool in the failover pools list is main pool.
    You can change 30 minutes time period to some different value with "-ftime" option, or use "-ftime 0" to disable switching to main pool.
    You can also use environment variables in "epools.txt", "dpools.txt" and "config.txt" files. For example, define "WORKER" environment variable and use it as "%WORKER%" in config.txt or in epools.txt.
    You can also select current pool in runtime by pressing "e" or "d" key.


    Miner supports remote monitoring/management via JSON protocol over raw TCP/IP sockets. You can also get recent console text lines via HTTP.
    Start "EthMan.exe" from "Remote management" subfolder (Windows version only).
    Check built-in help for more information. "API.txt" file contains more details about protocol.


    • AMD cards: on some cards you can notice non-constant mining speed in dual mode, sometimes speed becomes a bit slower. This issue was mostly fixed in recent versions, but not completely.
    • AMD cards: in Linux with gpu-pro drivers, the list of GPUs may differ from the list of temperatures. You can use -di to change order of GPUs to match both lists.
    • nVidia cards: dual mode is not so effective as for AMD cards.
    • Windows 10 Defender recognizes miner as a virus, some antiviruses do the same. Miner is not a virus, add it to Defender exceptions.
      I write miners since 2014. Most of them are recognized as viruses by some paranoid antiviruses, perhaps because I pack my miners to protect them from disassembling, perhaps because some people include them into their botnets, or perhaps these antiviruses are not good, I don't know. For these years, a lot of people used my miners and nobody confirmed that my miner stole anything or did something bad.
      Note that I can guarantee clean binaries only for official links in my posts on this forum (bitcointalk). If you downloaded miner from some other link - it really can be a virus.
      However, my miners are closed-source so I cannot prove that they are not viruses. If you think that I write viruses instead of good miners - do not use this miner, or at least use it on systems without any valuable data.


    1. Install Catalyst v15.12 for old AMD cards; for Fury, Polaris and Vega cards use latest blockchain drivers.
    2. Disable overclocking.
    3. Set environment variables as described above.
    4. Set Virtual Memory 16 GB or more.
    5. Reboot computer.
    6. Check hardware, risers.
    7. Set some timeout in .bat file before starting miner at system startup (30sec or even a minute), and try "-ethi 4" to check if it is more stable. It can help if miner is not stable on some system.


    • Miner works too slowly when I mine ETH/ETC but works fine when I mine some ETH fork.
      Check if you enabled "Compute Mode" in AMD drivers, also you can press "y" key to turn on "Compute Mode" in AMD drivers for all cards (Windows only).

    • I cannot mine ETH/ETC with Nvidia 3GB card in Windows 10.
      Windows 10 internally allocates about 20% of GPU memory so applications can use only 80% of GPU memory. Use Windows 7 or Linux.

    • I see 0% devfee for all 2GB and 3GB cards, my rig has some 3GB cards and some 6GB cards, how is the fee calculated in this case?
      During devfee mining 3GB cards still mine for you. How does it work? Miner creates second connection for devfee mining, main connection still works and 3GB cards still find shares for it.
      You can see these shares in the log file, all devfee shares contain "Devfee:" string, normal shares don't contain this string and 3GB cards can find them during devfee mining as well.
      Note that devfee mining takes only 36 seconds per hour so it can take many hours to find normal shares during devfee mining.

    • What is dwarfpool proxy (eth-proxy)?
      Official Ethereum miner does not support Stratum protocol, it supports HTTP protocol only. It causes less profit because of delays.
      A proxy was created to fix it, so official Ethereum miner is locally connected to the proxy by HTTP protocol, for local network delays due to HTTP protocol are small. Proxy is connected to the pool via Stratum protocol so it has small delays too. Currently most pools support Stratum and you have to use HTTP-to-Stratum proxy to make official miner work with pools properly. Of course you can try to connect official miner to a pool directly via HTTP but you will lose 10-20% shares because of a short block time in Ethereum.
      This miner does not use HTTP protocol, it uses Stratum directly. So you should connect it directly to the pool at Stratum port and it will work a bit faster than official miner via proxy because there is no proxy between miner and pool.

    • What command option X means?
      Read "Readme!!!.txt", "COMMAND LINE OPTIONS" section.

    • How to mine using pool X?
      Read "Readme!!!.txt", "SAMPLE USAGE" section.

    • Windows 10 marks miner as a virus.
      Read "Readme!!!.txt", "KNOWN ISSUES" section.

    • Can miner stop overheated GPU?
      Yes, see "-tstop" option.

    • Why this command line doesn't work (escaping '&')?
      Char '&' in command line means command separator, to use it in command line either quote string with "", or escape '&' (use ^& on Windows).
      No need to do this in *pools.txt or config.txt.
      Also all command line options must be in same line in .bat file, don't split them to several lines, it won't work.

    • How to mine Decred or Sia ONLY with this Ethereum Dual miner?
      No way. It is Ethereum miner with extra bonus coins. To mine extra coins only use other miners.

    • Why Ethereum hashrate in Dual mode is higher than in Single mode?
      Hardware feature, accept it as an extra bonus.

    • Is 15.12 driver mandatory?
      Usually latest drivers work well. But there are some reports of people where they don't. So 15.12 is recommended.

    • Will newer drivers have higher/lower hashrate?
      Usually no, but it depends... Check for yourself.

    • Why miner on Linux with stock card settings gives a bit lower hashrate than on Windows?
      This probably is the difference in time calculations on both platforms. In reality the accepted hashrate is usually the same.

    • Why -cclock/-mclock options do not work?
      Sometimes they do not work. Use Afterburner or Trixx on Windows, atitweak and other tools on Linux instead.

    • Why my GPU is 10C hotter in Dual mode?
      This is a price for the extra work done. It also consumes more power, so make sure your PSU has sufficient power.

    • Can the temperature be lowered?
      Yes, see "-tt", "-dcri", "-ttdcr", "-li", "-ttli" options.

    • How can I undervolt my cards on Linux?
      Usually only by flashing modified GPU BIOS. Unfortunately, no standard way of doing so.

    • Why pool shows less hashrate than miner?
      On my test rigs I use miner with default settings and on pool I see about 4-5% less than miner shows (my hashrate is about 800MH/s if I turn on all rigs).
      Miner shows "raw" hashrate, 1% is devfee, other 2-3% can be related to the connection quality, current pool status/luck or/and may be something else.
      Also, from my calculations miner loses about 0.5-1% because it cannot drop current GPU round when it gets new job, it is related to "-ethi" value, so I made it 8 by default instead of 16.
      But if on pool you see 10% less than miner shows all the time - something is wrong with your pool, your connection to internet or your hashrate is low and you did not wait enough time to see average hashrate for 24 hours.
      Usually I use "ethpool" pool for tests.

    • I see only one card via Remote Desktop Connection.
      It's a problem of RDC, use TeamViewer or some other remote access software. Or try to use latest version of the miner.

    • I see only one card instead of two in temperature management info.
      Disable CrossFire, don't use Remote Desktop Connection. Or try to use latest version of the miner.

    • Miner works in ETH-only mode but crashes in dual mode.
      Dual mode requires more power, so make sure PSU power is enough and check GPU clocks if you OC'ed them.

    • Error "server: bind failed with error".
      Specify "-mport 0" option.

    • How can I get stats from miner as EthMan does?
      Check API.txt file for json protocol details.

    • I cannot mine Ethereum with 2GB card.
      Yes, you cannot mine Ethereum or Ethereum Classic with 2GB cards anymore. But you can mine other Ethereum forks.

    • I mine ETH fork on my 2GB cards. For devfee miner tries to mine ETH and it fails because ETH cannot be mined on 2GB cards.

    • Use "-allcoins exp -allpools 1" options.

    • Sometimes miner cannot connect to devfee mining server at first attempt, does it cause longer devfee mining?
      No, during these connection attempts miner still mines for you.

    • I upgraded from v8.x (or earlier) to v9.x, I mine ETH-only and I see v9.x is slower than v8.x, why?
      In v9.x you should find best -dcri value even in ETH-only mode, check "FINE-TUNING" section. If you don't want to do it, use "-asm 0" option to use old GPU kernels.

    • How many cards are supported?
      Miner supports up to 32 GPUs.

    • Miner crashed and I cannot restart it until reboot.
      Often when OpenCL fails, you have to reboot the system, not just restart miner. Sometimes even soft reboot won't work and you have to press Reset button. It is because the fail is at drivers level, Windows does not like such things and drivers too.

    FAQ #2:

    1. If you think that the miner will mine even if you turn off the router, wait a couple of minutes more, it will stop.
    2. Place all command line arguments in .BAT file in a single line. Arguments from the second line will be ignored.
    3. Use latest version if you have problems with DCR or SIA.
    4. I don't have any private versions with +50% speed.
    5. I'm a software developer, so I think I cannot help you to build your mining rig properly or provide you with the list of necessary parts, please ask this question here on forum or search here, there are many threads related to hardware.
    6. Please read Readme.txt or original post of this thread for command line samples, options description and FAQ.
    7. I don't have miners for Tesla, IBM CPUs, Phi or for very old GPUs.
    8. Mining on laptops is a bad idea.
    9. You will not see full hashrate on pool immediately, you have to wait for 24 hours at least.
    10. If miner cannot generate DAG file, check environment variables (see Readme), check if your GPU has 3GB memory at least, and check if you have enough virtual memory (pagefile). If all this does not help, try to install more physical RAM.

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  • ron7777

    I have spent a couple of months and now I am ready to post new version.
    It is very easy to use! You need to run it at the same RIG that works.


    This program helps you to save you your money and earn more when you use Claymore’s Dual Ethereum
    Miner. It reduses 1%(or 2% in Dual mode) fee.
    DevFee will mine to your wallet but miner wil think that it mines Real DevFee.
    It was tested on Windows 10 and Windows 7!

    Where to Download?

    v8.0: Download NoDevDee v8.0

    How to Use?

    Download NoDevFee8.0.rar
    Right Click at NoDevFee.exe;Properties ; Compatibility tab; Run As Administator; Save
    Open NoDevFee.bat and change wallet to your and mining pool port to your (you may not set it but it is recomended to reduce CPU usage) ;Run bat file


    It was tested with nanopool org, ,etheremine org,, it works perfect.
    (I have additional 1.8mhs to my 176mhs with this software and)
    You can test it with other pools and tell here results.


    start NoDevFee.exe 0xYourWallet

    TCP packets checking speed is improved (checking function is replaced with assembly code to speed up checking)
    Fixed bug with automatic adding to startup(automatic adding to startup feature is deleted).
    New Logo

    Added automatic administrator privileges
    Not detectable by claymore’s miner
    Minor code improvements

    Added support of Support of Nicehash
    Added support of “-esm 0”, “-esm 1” , “-esm 2” and “-esm 3” arguments in you command line for claymore miner.
    Optimized allocation of memory
    New protection against Claymore miner detection
    You do not need to enter mining pool port in this version only wallet
    File structure optimization

    Reminder if you forgot to run it as Administrator
    Automatic adding NoFee.bat to the startup
    Design changes

    Works now even with Claymore Miner v9.4
    Major speed improvements
    Less CPU load
    Some bug fixes

    Fixed issues with blocking RDP,Radmin,TeamViewer

    Now it works with nicehash, miningpoolhub & forks like ETC when you use “-allpools 1” at the Claymore’s miner.
    Changed devFee priority:
    first time devFee sends shares to your wallet(15 min after start),
    second time Real devFee mining(1h after start),
    third time devFee sends shares to your wallet(2h after start),
    fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh and all next times devFee sends shares to your wallet.

    Now it works with all pools (tested). Slightly improved stability. Archive type changed from .rar to .zip

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  • ron7777

    # dstm’s ZCash Cuda miner

    **I’ve written it initially for my own purpose. It performs pretty well - so here it is. **
    Compatible with devices having Compute Capability 5.0 and greater i.e. it should run fine on Maxwell/Pascal GPUs.
    Supports every server using the stratum protocol. If you have issues with certain pools pls. report them here.

    Contains 2% devfee.
    Suggestions are welcome.

    Download: Zcash Nvidia_Miner

    Win x64:
    Download Zcash Nvidia_Miner

    1080Ti 725-740 Sol/s
    1070 440-450 Sol/s
    stock settings

    Sample output mining on a rig with 8 GPUs.
    GPU0-7: 1070Ti


    GPU0 65C 75% | 507.9 Sol/s 504.9 Avg 269.8 I/s | 4.52 S/W 112 W | 3.74 100 39 ++++++++
    GPU1 64C 70% | 508.4 Sol/s 509.1 Avg 273.0 I/s | 4.57 S/W 111 W | 4.11 100 38 +++++++++
    GPU2 62C 70% | 512.9 Sol/s 514.0 Avg 274.0 I/s | 4.60 S/W 110 W | 2.62 100 37 +++++
    GPU3 61C 70% | 502.4 Sol/s 500.8 Avg 266.9 I/s | 4.48 S/W 113 W | 2.24 100 38 ++++++++*
    GPU4 64C 70% | 508.6 Sol/s 508.2 Avg 272.9 I/s | 4.53 S/W 111 W | 1.49 100 38 ++++++++++++
    GPU5 57C 70% | 506.7 Sol/s 504.7 Avg 270.0 I/s | 4.53 S/W 110 W | 1.94 100 38 ++++++++++
    GPU6 59C 70% | 514.5 Sol/s 506.3 Avg 270.4 I/s | 4.55 S/W 112 W | 2.36 100 38 ++++++
    GPU7 64C 75% | 511.1 Sol/s 515.1 Avg 275.2 I/s | 4.62 S/W 109 W | 1.12 100 37 ++++++++
    ============== | 4072.6 Sol/s 4063.3 Avg 2172.1 I/s | 4.55 S/W 891 W | 19.63 100 37 ++++++++++

    Sol/s: solutions per second
    Avg: average solutions per second
    I/s: iterations per second done by the GPU
    S/W: efficiency - average Sol/s per Watt
    W: power consuption in Watt
    last 3 colums:

    : indicates that a new job was received

    : indicates one submitted share
    : indicates one submitted dev fee share
    = : sum/average if mining on multiple GPUs

    To get help just start zm without any arguments


    ZM 0.6.1, dstm’s ZCASH/Equihash Cuda Miner

    zm --server hostname --port port_nr --user user_name
    [–pass password] [options]…

    zm --cfg-file[=path]

    –server Stratum server hostname
    prefix hostname with ‘ssl://’ for encrypted
    connections - e.g. ssl://
    –port Stratum server port number
    –user Username
    –pass Worker password

    –help Print this help
    –list-devices List available cuda devices

    –dev Space separated list of cuda devices to use.
    If this option is not given all available devices
    are used.

    –time Enable output of timestamps
    –color colorize the output

    –logfile [=path] Append logs to the file named by ‘path’
    If ‘path’ is not given append to ‘zm.log’ in
    current working directory.
    –noreconnect Disable automatic reconnection on network errors.

    –temp-target =dev_id:temp-target[,dev_id:temp-target] …
    In C - If set, enables temperature controller.
    The workload of each GPU will be continuously
    adjusted such that the temperature stays around
    this value. It is recommended to set your fan speed
    to a constant value when using this setting.
    Example: --temp-target=0:65,2:70

    –intensity =dev_id:intensity[,dev_id:intensity] …
    Reduce the load which is put on the GPU - valid
    intensity range ]1.0-0.0[.
    Example: --intensity=0:0.893,2:0.8

    –telemetry [=ip:port]. Starts telemetry server. Telemetry data
    can be accessed using a web browser(http) or by json-rpc.
    If no arguments are given the server listens on - Example: --telemetry=
    Valid port range [1025-65535]

    –cfg-file [=path] Use configuration file. All additional command
    line options are ignored - configuration is done only
    through configuration file. If ‘path’ is not given
    use ‘zm.cfg’ in current working directory.

    –pool =hostname,port_nr,user_name[,pass]
    Setup additional failover pools.

    zm --server --port 1234 --user username

    BIG THANKS TO SWISSTRADER for providing access to hardware.

    openssl 1.0 (for versions <= 0.5.7)

    .Net 2.0+

    Version 0.6.2

    fix ssl handshake failures
    fix device selection bug introduced in 0.6.1
    make linux performance improvements introduced in 0.6.1 optional
    via ‘mq-solver’ parameter (due to issues on some systems)
    improve device initialization on large systems

    Version 0.6.1

    fix failover-pool not switching back on ssl errors
    fix failover-pool not switching back on some servers
    add support for stratum’s client.reconnect rpc
    support configuration of ‘temp-target’, ‘intensity’, ‘pool’ via cmd-line parameters
    report current difficulty and target on term-ui
    sort output by gpu_id on term-ui
    colorize temperature above 70°C on term-ui
    report intended fan speed on term-ui, web-ui, json-rpc
    report power consumption on term-ui
    improve performance on linux systems by ~2%

    Version 0.6

    failover pool support
    introduce configuration file
    introduce intensity option
    support per gpu temp-target via cfg-file
    support per gpu intensity via cfg-file
    json-rpc report gpu_name, pci_bus_id, pci_device_id
    improve error reporting
    improve handling of invalid server resposes
    improve reconnection in cases where servers
    become reachable but respond with malformed data
    ui: add colorized output
    web-ui: use dark colors

    Version 0.5.8
    con: add support for protocol v.01000020
    link openssl statically

    Version 0.5.7
    reduce cpu load
    minor performance improvements
    con: use single pool connection
    con: ssl: clear session data before reconnect
    nvml: handle invalid values

    Version 0.5.6
    reduce cpu load
    minor performance improvements

    Version 0.5.5
    con: handle failure of dev share pool
    con: disable reconnect limit
    logfile: disable buffering

    Version 0.5.4
    fix: device selection
    fix: latency reporting
    add logfile support
    add option to disable auto reconnect
    handle disconnect periods in web/json stats
    add basic GPU responsiveness infrastructure
    ui: change timestamps to ISO 8601 format
    webui: report: uptime contime server user port
    json: report: uptime contime server user port version

    Version 0.5.3
    cpu: reduce cpu load
    con: fix recon loop
    con: network latency measurement
    ui: add accepted/rejected shares ratio
    ui: add network latency
    ui: add information about selected devices

    Version 0.5.2
    fix a race that might have corrupted shares
    net: tcp: disable the Nagle algorithm
    which reduces network latency in some circumstances
    net: lower keepalive for nat-networks

    Version 0.5.1
    con: fix reconnection might have give up too early
    con: enable TCP Keepalive to prevent nat-routers from
    dropping the connection.
    ui: output rejected shares
    ui: optional output of timestamps
    telemetry: make web ui mobile friendly + add share stats
    telemetry: json: add more GPU stats

    Version 0.5
    con: support set_extranonce rpc
    con: improve handling of temporary slow network conditions
    con: add monitoring support using web browser
    con: add monitoring support using json-rpc
    mp: rebalance queue sizes - this improves the solution rate as
    seen by the pools, especially on pools that submit new jobs often

    Version 0.4.5
    fix: bad miner performance when using --temp-target
    on systems with many GPUs
    reduce temperature controller cpu usage

    Version 0.4.4
    fix: Sol/W might have produced wrong values
    fix: Sum not shown if --dev was used
    fix: memory leak on reconnection
    improve stability

    Version 0.4.3
    stratum: support more pools
    ui: flush stdout stream
    con: improve reconnections
    performance improvements 0.3-0.5 %

    Version 0.4.2
    mp: more accurate time measurements
    ui: calculate efficiency

    Version 0.4.1
    improve performance

    Version 0.4.0
    temperature controller added
    cpu: reduce CPU usage
    con: improve pool support
    minor performance improvement

    Version 0.3.2
    mp: improve stability
    con: support more pools
    con: more robust reconnection support for unreliable
    servers which often drop the connection
    ui: report GPU temperature

    Version 0.3.1
    cpu: reduce CPU usage

    Version 0.3
    con: support encrypted connections

    Version 0.2.2
    con: Miner reconnects automatically on connection loss now,
    e.g. on DSL-disconnects / public IP-changes
    UI: report submitted devfee-shares

    Version 0.2.1
    Performance improvements:

    about 4% on Maxwell
    about 1% on Pascal

    Version 0.2

    Improved pascal perfromance.
    Added support for concurrent mining on multiple GPUs.
    Be asynchronous where possible.
    Security work

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  • ron7777

    Miner T-Rex for the new NVIDIA GPU - Maxwell and newer.
    At the moment, is the top miner.

    Supported algorithms:

    T-Rex 0.9.1
    New algorithms / constantly updated.

    T-Rex supports command line arguments similar to ccminer arguments:

    t-rex -a lyra2z -o stratum + tcp: // 2159 -u -p x

    t-rex -a tribus -o stratum + tcp: // 2260 -u -p x

    To get the full list of supported options:
    t-rex -h

    DevFee is 1%. When the miner shuts down or turns on the DevFee is displayed in the console.

    Release News:

    Add algos: x16rt (Veil), sha256q (Pyrite)
    Minor performance improvements for x16r, bcd, x22i and other x16-like algorithms
    Multiple web monitoring page improvements

    Switch between multiple config files dynamically (put your *.config files into the miner directory)
    Dark theme
    Linux watchdog is now available.
    Bug fixes:
    cURL/SSL compatibility issue on newer Linux distros (Ubuntu 18, Debian 9)
    Miner wouldn’t start if NVML wasn’t installed

    Performance improvements: +2-3% for x16 family of algorithms (x16r, bcd, x17, x22i etc.)
    Add config parameter: --no-nvml - Disable NVML GPU stats.
    Display miner version next to “Uptime” info.

    Fix “result for … does not validate on CPU!” errors on x21s and dedal

    Add algos: astralhash, jeonghash, padihash, pawelhash (used by GlobalToken, can be mined at https gltminer com/)
    Performance improvements: a few percent to x16r family of algorithms, skunk, x22i
    Highlight GPU temperatures in green/yellow/red. Temperature ranges are configured with --temperature-color parameter

    Bug fixes:
    Invalid shares on Dedal for some hashorders
    Not identifying a found block when mining x22i

    Performance improvements: x22i +5%

    Performance improvements: x22i +1-4%

    New algo: x21s (Ritocoin).
    New config parameter: --sharerate-avr - Sliding window length in seconds used to compute sharerate (default: 600).

    New algorithm: dedal
    Improved x22i: + 1-3%
    Fixed skunk performance issue introduced in 0.8.1

    Performance improvements: x22i + 10-20%

    Error correction:
    Miner freezes on startup when it does not receive a response to the message authorization.

    New algo: geek (GeekCash coin)
    Performance improvements (1-3%) x16-like algorithms for GTX / RTX cards.
    Added watchdog timer. Replace “t-rex.exe” with “watchdog.exe” in your bat file to use it.
    Watchdog allows you to update T-Rex using a monitoring web page or perform automatic updates if it is started with the “–autoupdate” parameter, and also restarts the miner if it hangs for any reason.
    The default value for the “-N” parameter increased from 30 to 60 seconds.
    Added share per minute statistics.

    Error correction:
    “Stratum + tcp: //” pool U RL prefix is ​​no longer required
    Reduce processor load when using large “-N” values
    The “Clear Tasks” feature removed in the previous release is back
    Hung Ctrl + C in Windows

    posted in RVN Mining read more
  • ron7777

    Bminer is a highly optimized cryptocurrency miner that runs on modern NVIDIA GPUs (Maxwell and Pascal, i.e. GPUs that have compute capability 5.0 or above). Bminer is one of the fastest publicly available miners today – we use various techniques including tiling and pipelining to realize the full potentials of the hardware.

    Bminer also comes with REST APIs to facilitate production deployments (e.g., mining farms).

    Bminer supports mining Equihash-based coins (e.g., Zcash) with 2% of devfee.
    Bminer supports mining Ethash-based coins (e.g., Ethereum) with 0.65% of devfee.
    Bminer also supports dual mining mode - mining Ethash-based coins (e.g. Ethereum) and Blake14r-based coins (e.g. Decred) / Blake2s-based coins (e.g. Verge) at the same time. Devfee for the dual mining mode is 1.3% , and the second coin (e.g. Decred/Verge) is mined without devfee .
    Bminer supports mining Tensority-based coins with 2% of devfee.



    Equihash mining on stock settings

    735-745 Sol/s on GTX 1080Ti
    450-460 Sol/s on GTX 1070
    315-325 Sol/s on GTX 1060
    Ethash mining on GTX 1080Ti stock settings (power: 250 W)

    With 46.7 MH/s
    Without OhGodAnETHlargementPill: 32.2 MH/s
    Dual mining using automatic tuning (default) on GTX 1080Ti stock settings (power: 250 W)

    With OhGodAnETHlargementPill:

    ETH 46 MH/s and DCR 1000 MH/s
    ETH 46 MH/s and XVG 1770 MH/s
    Without OhGodAnETHlargementPill:

    ETH 32 MH/s and DCR 2200 MH/s
    ETH 32 MH/s and XVG 3750 MH/s
    Bytom mining on stock settings:

    1300 H/s on GTX 1080Ti
    800 H/s on GTX 1070
    Secure and reliable

    SSL support
    Automatic reconnects to recover from transient network failures
    Automatic restarts if GPUs hang
    Operation friendly

    Comes with REST APIs to facilitate production deployments

    To mine Zcash on nanopool:

    Download and extract Bminer into a folder (e.g. C:\bminer or /home/bminer)
    Edit mine.bat (mine sh on Linux) and change the address to the desired Zcash address that Bminer mines towards.
    Open command line prompt and run mine.bat (mine sh).
    To mine Ethereum on ethermine org:

    Download and extract Bminer into a folder (e.g. C:\bminer or /home/bminer)
    Edit mine_eth.bat ( on Linux) and change the parameters according to ***
    Open command line prompt and run mine_eth.bat (mine_eth sh).
    To dual mine Ethereum and Decred:

    Download and extract Bminer into a folder (e.g. C:\bminer or /home/bminer)
    Edit mine_eth_dcr.bat ( on Linux) and change the parameters according to ***
    Open command line prompt and run mine_eth_dcr.bat (mine_eth_dcr sh).
    To dual mine Ethereum and Verge:

    Download and extract Bminer into a folder (e.g. C:\bminer or /home/bminer)

    Edit mine_eth_xvg.bat ( on Linux) and change the parameters according to ***

    Open command line prompt and run mine_eth_xvg.bat (

    Download and extract Bminer into a folder (e.g. C:\bminer or /home/bminer)

    Edit mine_btm.bat ( on Linux) and change the parameters according to ***

    Open command line prompt and run mine_btm.bat (mine_btm sh).


    Windows x64:

    Bminer v.14.1.0

    Release notes


    Improve performance of AE / Grin on Turing cards.
    Improve performance of AE / Grin on lower-end CPUs and Windows platforms.
    Support mining beam on leafpool and nicehash.
    Fix the regression where /api/v1/devices is occasionally unresponsive.

    mproved Grin/AE mining speed.
    Print fidelity information. It is a measure of the luck/miner correctness. Overtime, the number should be close to one. For miners running over two hours, the fidelity should be at least greater than 0.95.
    Improved multi-card performance on Windows.
    Improved the miner fidelity by 8%-10%. You will not see big local difference but you will see roughly 10% higher speed on the pool side.
    Reduced reject chance.
    Fixed equihash issue.
    Fix the regression that the equihash miner fails to start on Windows.


    Improve the performance of Turing GPUs when mining Grin.
    Reduced rejected share chance for all cards.


    Support mining Grin / AE with 4G or 5G of video memory. (P104 only on Linux).


    30% performance improvement on Grin and AE.
    Reduce the likelihood of rejected shares.


    Optimize CPU usage.
    Fix compatibility issues with and
    Experimental support for Turing GPUs.
    Allow bminer to run with older NVIDIA drivers.


    50% performance improvement on Aeternity.
    10% performance improvement on Grin.
    Support 8GB cards on Windows 10.
    Support SSL connections for Grin.


    Experimental support mining Grin on NVIDIA GPUs. Currently bminer only supports the Cuckaroo29 algorithm.
    100% performance improvement on the beam miner on NVIDIA GPUs compared to 11.4.1.
    Bug fixes


    Support AMD Crimson driver mining beam [/b]


    Experimental support mining beam with AMD cards


    Improve the performance of Aeternity for 6GB cards
    Support mining beam over beepool
    Output solution/s instead of nounce/s when mining beam


    Experimental support for Beam.


    Experimental support for Aeternity.


    Support ETH/BTM dual mine.


    Fix -devices value option bug in 10.6.0.
    Fix a bug in GET /api/v1/status/device api.


    Require CUDA 9.2 or above for this version.
    Substantially increase BTM mining speed, e.g. 4650H/s on 1080Ti now.


    Require CUDA 9.2 or above for this version.
    Substantially increase BTM mining speed, e.g. 4500H/s on 1080Ti now.
    Maximum temperature is monitored more precisely.
    Support BTG mining on pool.


    Add -pers auto option to support pools (e.g. to automatically switch personalization string for equihash144,5 mining.


    Make API robust and accessible even when GPUs are hung.
    Support ethproxy protocol pools, such as dwarfpool, to display worker names.


    Support all the other Equihash 144,5 based coins besides BTG, using equihash1445 scheme and -pers config.


    Fix performance regression in BTM mining.


    Support mining Zhash (Equihash with parameter set 144,5) based coins.
    Substantially increase BTM mining speed again (up to another 30%).
    Support reported hashrate feature on ETH pools.


    Experimental support for mining Bytom (BTM).
    Optimize the performance of automatic tuning in dual mining mode.
    Start REST APIs much faster than previous versions.
    Improve compatibility of mining Ethereum on Nicehash pool.


    Support a dual mining mode for Ethereum (ETH, Ethash) and Decred (DCR, blake14r) / Verge (XVG, blake2s) without affecting Ethereum mining performance.
    Automatically tune mining performance in dual mining mode.
    Support dual mining mode in launcher and dashboard GUI.
    Add scripts to download third party software OhGodAnETHlargementPill to improve Ethereum mining performance on GTX 1080/1080Ti.
    Introduce new REST APIs to display stratum/solver/device status.


    Experimental support for mining Ethereum.
    Various usability improvements on the launcher GUI.
    Create a lite distribution without the launcher GUI.


    Fix potential regression caused by 6.0.0 for GPUs mounting on risers.
    Improve mining algorithm stability.


    Failover server supports. Supply multiple uris (separated by commas) via the -uri option to enable the failover support.
    A launcher GUI for Windows.
    Reduce reject rate caused by stale shares.
    0.3-0.5% performance improvement depending on card models.
    Fix inaccurate metrics at the start of Bminer.
    Reduce CPU usage the start of bminer.
    Support miner.reconnect().
    Experimental support for miningrigrentals.
    A new option -no-runtime-info to disable runtime information collection.


    Show the fan speed in both console and UI.
    Fix compatibility issues for
    Fix a bug that causes Bminer fails to start on Windows under some configuration.


    Fix a reconnection issue in the network layer.
    Show additional statistics in console.
    Allow cross-domain requests to access the API.
    Fix the compatibility issue with docker.
    Introduce the option -share-check to make the time of recovering from no accepted shares configurable.


    Experimental support for EthOS / Ubuntu 14.04.
    Support AMD K10 CPUs.
    Automatically restart hanged network connections.
    Improve compatibilities with mining rigs with more than 8 cards.


    Introduced the option -logfile to append the logs into a file.
    Minor optimization on Windows for cards that are mounted on the risers.
    Improve compatibility for NiceHash.


    Support NiceHash.
    Fix unstable network connections in 5.0.0.
    Fix performance regressions for 1080Ti under Linux.


    Minor performance improvement for GTX 1060.
    Fixed performance regressions in 4.0.0 on Windows.
    Optimization on the networking layer.
    Show GPU ID in case of hardware errors.
    Introduced the option -no-timestamps which suppresses the timestamps in the logging messages.


    Minor performance improvement.
    Support older CPUs like Core 2 Duo.
    Support mining rigs that have more than 8 GPUs.
    Support luckpool org.
    Removed the polling option.
    Introduced the option -max-network-failures which allows Bminer to exit after consecutive network failures.
    Various improvement on the UI.
    Localization for Russian and Chinese.


    Minor performance improvement.
    Disable CPU polling by default.
    Introduce a Web-based dashboard.
    Support slushpool.


    Add the -polling option to make GPU polling configurable.
    Disabling polling reduces the CPU usage but it might reduce the performance in some configurations.

    Improve the stability of the network connections.
    First public release for Linux.


    First public release.

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