Litecoin Support Comes To Wirex, Spendable With a Bank Card

Litecoin Support Comes To Wirex, Spendable With a Bank Card
Source: Mining - cryptomining-blog.com

The focus for crypto wallets tied with VISA/MasterCard bank cards was pretty much on Bitcoin (BTC), but now it has started moving to altcoins as well like in the case of Wirex adding support for Litecoin (LTC). Wirex was one of the companies that has relied on WaveCrest and as a result like many others their cards became invalid at the start of the year. Meanwhile the company has been working to start issuing new bank cards that are tied to crypto currencies and they have just announced that besides Bitcoin (BTC) they are already supporting Litecoin (LTC) with other altcoins also to be supported soon. Wirex has been resulting their services with the release of virtual debit cards and physical plastic cards should soon be available again as well. The Wirex LTC wallet allows you to: – Spend Litecoin…

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Cast XMR Version 1.0.0 AMD VEGA Miner With More Algorithms Supported

Cast XMR Version 1.0.0 AMD VEGA Miner With More Algorithms Supported
Source: Mining - cryptomining-blog.com

Our favorite AMD Radeon RX VEGA GPU miner for Cryptonight has been updated to version 1.0.0 and the new version brings support for new variations of the algorithm as well as some additional performance improvements. Prior to the latest version Cast XMR had support for CryptoNight, CryptoNight V7 and CryptoNight Heavy, the latest version also adds support for CryptoNight Lite, CryptoNightV7 Lite and CryptoNight Lite IPBC, so you are covered with pretty much all variations. There is also a new command line option –maxmem that can increase performance up to 3% by allocating the full memory of the video card, so you can experiment with that as well. Cast XMR Supported CryptoNight Algorithms: – CryptoNight: –algo=0 – CryptoNight V7: –algo=1 – CryptoNight Heavy: –algo=2 – CryptoNight Lite: –algo=3 – CryptoNightV7 Lite: –algo=4 – CryptoNight Lite IPBC: –algo=5 We are reminding…

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Help me stop scammers

Help me stop scammers
Source: Mining - reddit.com/r/BitcoinMining

As most of you are aware there are a lot of new scam websites emerging that are scamming people for thousands of dollars. Yes there are websites to help prevent scams related to Bitcoin but none for reseller websites. I’m now setting up a website and need your help with as many links as possible of scam websites all over the world. I managed to find 37 all active and still counting. Please don’t promote your “legit” websites in this post. I will also be making a final reddit post after I have setup the website which will help people navigate their way through when googling a company UPDATE: I have also now setup a function that will allow people to directly enter new scam websites on my website and vote SCAM or REAL. I am still working on adding…

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Bitmain With New Antminer B3 Bytom (BTM) ASIC Miners

Bitmain With New Antminer B3 Bytom (BTM) ASIC Miners
Source: Mining - cryptomining-blog.com

It seems that Bitmain is not over with new releases of ASIC miners, this time however the release may be only for the Asian market in the form of the new Antminer B3 ASIC miner for Bytom (BTM). The new Bitmain Antminer B3 is supposed to offer 780 H/s mining hashrate with 360 Watts of power usage and cost about $2700 USD with shipments starting tomorrow for a limited number of units (2500 only). What is more interesting here is that Bytom (BTM) is just launching their main network later today and mining will be just starting, so having and ASIC miner ready for pretty much the start of a crypto coin is something new. Then again Bytom has listed Bitmain as one of their partners on the website of the project, so that may actually not be of a…

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Antminer S9 Hashboard stopped hashing.

Antminer S9 Hashboard stopped hashing.
Source: Mining - reddit.com/r/BitcoinMining

In the gui the board would show all o’s and no x’s indicating that all chips are present and working. But this one particular board shows 0s for hashrate. It seems to try and hash at 13.5th for about a half hour to an hour then the one goes to 0 and I’m hashing at 9. I’m only plugged into a 110v outlet, thinking maybe I can’t use an awp3++ power supply in that kind of outlet. Ie miner isn’t getting enough watts? Idk. But right now i have the one board unplugged from the power supply while I mine at 9th. Any suggestions? submitted by /u/andrewa44 [link] [comments]

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Get Up to About 50 MHS on ETH With GTX 1080 Ti and OhGodAnETHlargementPill

Get Up to About 50 MHS on ETH With GTX 1080 Ti and OhGodAnETHlargementPill
Source: Mining - cryptomining-blog.com

There seems to be a new tool from OhGodACompany called OhGodAnETHlargementPill presented in a bit funny and confusing way that does wonders for Nvidia-based GPUs with GDDR5X memory like GTX 1080 and GTX 1080 Ti for Ethash-based crypto coins. The “magic” tool is available for both Linux and Windows and all you need to do to increase your Ethereum (ETH) hashrate or that of another Ethash-based crypto coin up to about 50 MHS on a single GTX 1080 Ti (up to 40 MHs on GTX 1080) is to have it running along with your miner. We have done a quick test with Claymore’s Dual ETH miner and got 46 MHS with power saving clocks on a mining rig with 6x GTX 1080 Ti graphics cards. So if you have Nvidia GPU mining rigs with GDDR5X memory (GTX 1080 or GTX…

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New Faster X16R AMD Miner Forked from Avermore Miner

New Faster X16R AMD Miner Forked from Avermore Miner
Source: Mining - cryptomining-blog.com

Things are moving for the X16R algorithm used by Ravencoin (RVN) as well in terms of more and better miners for AMD GPUs as well as there are already quite a few options available for NVidia miners. There is now a new faster sgminer fork from KL0nLutiy (source) that is based on the recently released Avermore miner that promises 4-6% or even a bit more performance. The optimizations seems to be result from adding some optimized kernels from Wolf and they do seem to boost performance well, so if mining X16R on AMD definitely worth trying this miner. There is already an official Windows binary available with 1% developer fee with Linux binary expected to be made available soon, though you can compile from source as well. – If you want to download and try the new faster X11R AMD…

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New Faster z-enemy-1.08 X16R and X16S Nvidia GPU Miner Available

New Faster z-enemy-1.08 X16R and X16S Nvidia GPU Miner Available
Source: Mining - cryptomining-blog.com

The new zealot/enemy (z-enemy) Nvidia GPU miner for mining Ravencoin (RVN) X16r has been just updated to version 1.08 bringing some nice improvements. The new z-enemy version 1.08 comes with kernels speed improvements for GTX 1080 Ti that can bump the hashrate with +10% total according to the developer, the new version also comes with support for the slightly different X16S algorithm used by Pigeoncoin (PGN) along with some minor fixes. The update also introduces support for two more different algorithms – Bitcore (BTX) and Phi1612 used by LUXCoin, so you can test them as well as they might be faster than the miner you might be already using for them as well. The new release should also be more stable when it comes to huger power levels and overclocking as well, so you might also try to push your…

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Avermore is a New Optimized X16R and X16S Miner for AMD GPUs

Avermore is a New Optimized X16R and X16S Miner for AMD GPUs
Source: Mining - cryptomining-blog.com

Avermore is a new sgminer fork intended for AMD GPU miners mining the X16r or X16S algorithms used by Ravencoin (RVN) and Pigeoncoin (PGN) respectively (source). The miner is from the same developer of the NeverMore miner for Nvidia GPUs for these two algorithms. The miner is open source and could be the fastest one for AMD GPUs for X16r and X16s for the moment (the latest version also adds limited support for the Xevan algorithm). There are Windows and Linux binaries also officially available though they apparently comes with a 1% developer fee built-in to support the further development of the miner. So if you are interested in mining Ravencoin (RVN) X16r or Pigeoncoin (PGN) X16s on AMD GPU mining rigs, then you might want to give this new miner a try. – To download and try the latest…

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Innosilicon With New D9 DecredMaster and S11 SiaMaster ASIC Miners

Innosilicon With New D9 DecredMaster and S11 SiaMaster ASIC Miners
Source: Mining - cryptomining-blog.com

Innosilicon just came up with two new ASIC miners, one is for Decred (DCR) and the other one is for SiaCoin (SC) joining in with other ASIC manufacturers that have already announced miners for these coins. The Innosilicon D9 DecredMaster ASIC miner is apparently capable of delivering 2.1 TH/s hashrate for mining Decred (DCR) with 900 Watts of power usage. The new Decred ASIC miner is priced at $6800 USD (54.487 LTC or 0.942194 BTC) without a power supply or shipping cost included and should start shipping from 27th April, 2018. Innosilicon D9 DecredMaster Specifications: – Hashrate: 2.1 TH/s (+/-8%) – Power Consumption: 900W (+/-8%, normal mode, at the wall, with 93% efficiency PSU, 25°C temperature ) – Chip Type: D9 DecredMaster ASIC – Dimensions: Single Tube, 310 mm(L)*130mm(W)*155mm(H) – Net Weight: 3.6KG – Operating Temperature: 0°C—85°C (device junction temperature)…

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Giga Watt – A Month Later is Still a No Go!

Giga Watt – A Month Later is Still a No Go!
Source: Mining - cryptomining-blog.com

A month ago we have shared our negative experience with Giga Watt’s Miner Hosting Services and we just wanted to update you on the topic and still warn you to stay away from their miner sales and hosting services. Our December and January batches of miners that we ave paid for back in November last year are still not deployed and not working and up until a few days Giga Watt was still selling new mining hardware for who knows when to be deployed (they have apparently stopped). Our disappointment with their services continues and it will get even worse for sure ad they are just delaying and delaying month after month… The WTT tokens are a bit better, but our disappointment extends there as well. There is still no price-varying real market for renting the tokens (you cannot use…

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SRBMiner Cryptonight AMD GPU Miner for All Your CryptoNight Needs

SRBMiner Cryptonight AMD GPU Miner for All Your CryptoNight Needs
Source: Mining - cryptomining-blog.com

There are already a few variations available of the CryptoNight algorithm and different coins are using different versions, so it is hard to keep a track of all and use a different miner for the slightly different version. The SRBMiner Cryptonight AMD GPU Miner might help you here as it pretty much supports all of the variations of CryptoNight for now for AMD GPU miners, for example the just forked IPBC that decided to go for Cryptonight UltraHeavy instead of the regular V7. Supported CryptoNight variations: – Cryptonight – Cryptonight V7 – Cryptonight Lite – Cryptonight Lite V7 – Cryptonight Heavy – Cryptonight UltraHeavy SRBMiner is a closed source miner and comes with a built-in developer fee of just 0.85%. The run the miner you just need to do some simple tweaking of the config.txt file like setting the intensity…

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