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July 23, 2018, 03:36:05 AM
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MM.Hash- UNIX/Windows Auto-Profit Switching

My miner has been out for months. HiveOS introduced custom miners, I fixed my code to work in HiveOS environment. This is beta release, it has been operational for about 32 hours. This is a profit switching miner, like most other profit switching miners- Except there is a Unix version, and integrates and can be monitored directly with HiveOS software, and can be ran within HiveOS. It also has the capability of doing auto-coin mining like Uberminer, as well as auto-algorithm mining...Simultaneously!

Auto-Coin, Auto-Algorithm, or both simultaneously profit switching miner, with HiveOS full integration.

There isn't a full release yet. This is beta. The more testers I get to help assist with beta testing- the faster I can get a full release out, and support other devices besides NVIDIA.

To install into hiveOS follow these instructions. Setup takes approximately 3 minutes to do:

https://github.com/MaynardMiner/MM.Hash/wiki/HiveOS-Install

There is discord channel for support and to help with beta testing:  https://discord.gg/xVB5MqR

Setting up miner

 I have a wiki on how to properly add arguments to customize miner. To use as basic version, simply enter your wallet address. To customize- here are arguments, it gives you an idea of what miner can do:

Arguments & Explanations:

                   -Simple Arguments-

       These arguments must be specified To Run Miner

Argument          Options           Explanation

-StatsInvterval   1-10000           Expression is in seconds. This is time required for miner apps to run
                                    before miner write/re-writes benchmarking. This is not be confused
                                    with -Interval argument, which is used for when miner begins swithing
                                    process. leave 1 if you want dynamic benchmarking, and for initial
                                    benchmarking. 1000 for more smoother benchmarking. 10000 to disable
                                    benchmarking altogether.

-Currency          [Any]            Fiat Currency Of Your Choice. This is used to calculated your
                                    profit/day. Only currencies on cryptocompare will work.

-CoinExchange      [Any]            Coin Symbol Of Your Wallet (Will only work for coins on cryptocompare).
                                    This will calculate the coin of your choice profit/day. Good if you
                                    are mining a coin other than BTC. If not, leave BTC or LTC to see
                                    hash exchange rates.

-Interval         [1-1000]          Expression is in seconds. Time before miner begins checking pools for
                                    pricing. Ideal target goal should be miner windows close/open every
                                    5 minutes. Slower cpus may need to fine tune due to the length of time
                                    needed to search pools and find most profitable coin/algo.

-Location       [US,EUROPE,ASIA]    Locations of pools you wish to mine from, for pools that have multiple
                                    Locations to choose from.

-Auto_Algo      ["Yes" or "No"]     Turns on Auto-Algorithm, for pools that only auto-algo. Select "No" if
                                    using miner for coin-switching only.

-Auto_Coin      ["Yes" or "No]      Turns on Auto-Coin, for pools that are capable of auto-coin switching
                                    Select "No" if using miner for algo-switching only.                        

-Poolname      [MPH,                Current Pools MM.Hash can mine from. Omit or add as desire. can
                zergpool,           only use these pools currently.
                nicehash  
                phiphipool,
                hashrefinery  
                blazepool,
                ahashpool]

-Algorithm      [Cryptonight,        Current algorithms supported by MM.Hash. To mine by coin-switching,
                cryptonightv7,       simply specify the algorithm. MM.Hash will find and mine the most
                hodl,                profitable coin for that algo if you are using -Poolname zergpool.
      lyra2re,
                Equihash,
      Daggerhashimoto,
      Ethash,          
                Aergo,              
                Yescrypt,
                YescryptR16,
                M7M,
                Neoscrypt,
                Allium,
                HMQ1725,
                Keccak,
                Lyra2z,
                Keccakc,
                Xevan,
                X16r,
                Hsr,
                X17,
                Blake2s,
                lyra2v2,
                Bitcore,
                X16s,
                Phi,
                Timetravel,
                Skunk,
                Tribus,
                Sib,
                Skein,
                Groestl,
                Nist5,
                c11,
                myr-gr]

-Wallet1      [Wallet Address]      Address of your wallet. By default MM.Hash assumes it to be BTC.
                                    See Advanced arguments to change that.

-PasswordCurrency1  [Symbol]        Symbol of your wallet address, specifically for Wallet1. Most pools
                                    only accept BTC for auto-exchange. See pools for options.                                  

-Proxy        [Address]             If mining by proxy, insert address here. This feature has not been
                                    fully tested. Please report to Developer if you have issues so it
                                    can be worked on.

-Type         [CPU,                 Device groups you wish to mine with. Nvidia has three groups in case
               NVIDIA1,             you wish to divide your GPU devices into seperate groups to assist in
               NVIDIA2,             benchmarking, or to prevent entire miner from becoming inoperable if
               NVIDIA3]             one gpu fails.

-Donate      [Percentage]           Percent you wish to donate daily to support further development.
                                    Miner remembers when you open or close, so it will not steal
                                    from you...However it only resets donation switch if miner
                                    hasn't ran for 24 hours.

-Delay         [0-100000]           Expressed in seconds. When MM.Hash closes miners, to prevent BSOD or
                                    Crashing, MM.Hash delays the openining of new miner windows momentarily.
                                    By default, the delay is set to 1 second. Adding the delay argument
                                    can allow you to increase the delay time before openining new miners,
                                    which can give your gpu's a 'cooldown' time if you desire that preference.

                                    

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                -Advanced Arguments-

These arguments can be added for additional customization and options


Argument            Options             Explanation

-WorkerName          [Any]              Workname ID of Mining Pool Hub. Must use if you are using MPH
                                        pool. Must be specified along with -Poolname MPH. Go to Mining
                                        Pool Hub to create account and set up a worker.

-Username            [Any]              Username ID of Mining Pool Hub. Must use if you are using MPH
                                        pool. Must be specified along with -Poolname MPH. Go to Mining
                                        Pool Hub to create account and set up a username.

-CPUWallet         [Address]            Wallet address for CPU. Must be specified and is required
                                        when -Type CPU is used.

-CPUcurrency       [Symbol]             Wallet symbol for CPUWallet. Must be specified and is required
                                        when -Type CPU is used.                          

-GPUDevices1     ['0,1,2,3,4' etc.]     GPU's used in device group one, as identified by driver.
                                        GPUDevices1 will mine from Wallet1, PasswordCurrency1,
                                        nicehash_wallet1, zergpool_wallet1, Zergpoolpassword1,
                                        if -Type NVIDIA1 was specified

-GPUDevices2     ['0,1,2,3,4' etc.]     GPU's used in device group one, as identified by driver.
                                        GPUDevices2 will mine from Wallet2, PasswordCurrency2,
                                        nicehash_wallet2, zergpool_wallet2, Zergpoolpassword2,
                                        if -Type NVIDIA2 specified

-GPUDevices3     ['0,1,2,3,4' etc.]     GPU's used in device group one, as identified by driver.
                                        GPUDevices3 will mine from Wallet3, PasswordCurrency3,
                                        nicehash_wallet3, zergpool_wallet3, Zergpoolpassword3,
                                        if -Type NVIDIA3 specified

-Wallet1           [Wallet Address]     Wallet address for NVIDIA1 group. Will be used when -Type NVIDIA1
                                        is specified.

-Wallet2           [Wallet Address]     Wallet address for NVIDIA2 group. Will be used when -Type NVIDIA2
                                        is specified.

-Wallet3           [Wallet Address]     Wallet address for NVIDIA3 group. Will be used when -Type NVIDIA3
                                        is specified

-PasswordCurrency1    [Any]             Coin symbol that matches wallet address for Wallet1. By default
                                        it is BTC. Used when -Type NVIDIA1 is specified.

-PasswordCurrency2    [Any]             Coin symbol that matches wallet address for Wallet2. By default
                                        it is BTC. Used when -Type NVIDIA1 is specified.

-PasswordCurrency3    [Any]             Coin symbol that matches wallet address for Wallet3. By default
                                        it is BTC. Used when -Type NVIDIA1 is specified.                

-Nicehash_Wallet1    [Wallet Address]   Nicehash wallet address. Must be specified and used if -Poolname
                                        nicehash is used in combination with Wallet1.
                                        Used when -Type NVIDIA1 is specified.

-Nicehash_Wallet2    [Wallet Address]   Nicehash wallet address. Must be specified and used if -Poolname
                                        nicehash is used in combination with Wallet2.
                                        Used when -Type NVIDIA2 is specified.

-Nicehash_Wallet3    [Wallet Address]    Nicehash wallet address. Must be specified and used if -Poolname
                                        nicehash is used in combination with Wallet3.
                                        Used when -Type NVIDIA3 is specified.

-Nicehash_Fee        [1-100]            Expressed as percentage. This is the total fees the user wants to
                                        have factored into nicehash profit calculation. This allows user
                                        to fine tune profitability based on the variable rates and extra
                                        fees associated with using the nicehash service.                          

-ZergpoolWallet1    [Wallet Address]    Zergpool wallet adddress. Is used in combinatation of -Wallet1
                                        argument. This will tell MM.Hash if it switches to zergpool
                                        to auto-exchange into a coin other than BTC. This only works
                                        for zergpool currently. Used when -Type NVIDIA1 is specified.

-ZergpoolWallet2    [Wallet Address]    Zergpool wallet adddress. Is used in combinatation of -Wallet2
                                        argument. This will tell MM.Hash if it switches to zergpool
                                        to auto-exchange into a coin other than BTC. This only works
                                        for zergpool currently. Used when -Type NVIDIA2 is specified.

-ZergpoolWallet3    [Wallet Address]    Zergpool wallet address. Is used in combinatation of -Wallet1
                                        argument. This will tell MM.Hash if it switches to zergpool
                                        to auto-exchange into a coin other than BTC. This only works
                                        for zergpool currently. Used when -Type NVIDIA3 is specified.

-Zergpoolpassword1      [Symbol]        Wallet address symbol of zergpool -ZergpoolWallet1. Is used
                                        in combination of -PasswordCurrency1 argument. This will tell
                                        MM.Hash if it switches to zergpool- to use this coin symbol
                                        in password arguments. Used when -Type NVIDIA1 is specified.

-Zergpoolpassword2     [Symbol]         Wallet address symbol of zergpool -ZergpoolWallet2. Is used
                                        in combination of -PasswordCurrency1 argument. This will tell
                                        MM.Hash if it switches to zergpool- to use this coin symbol
                                        in password arguments. Used when -Type NVIDIA2 is specified.
               
-Zergpoolpassword3      [Symbol]        Wallet address symbol of zergpool -ZergpoolWallet3. Is used
                                        in combination of -PasswordCurrency3 argument. This will tell
                                        MM.Hash if it switches to zergpool- to use this coin symbol
                                        in password arguments. Used when -Type NVIDIA3 is specified.
                     
-CCDevices1   ['GTX1070ti#0,GTX1080#1'..  Device group 1 CCDevices. Used instead of -GPUDevices1, where
                           or             the requirement of specifying individual GPUs for CCminer is
                      '0,1,2,3'..   ]     required. Used if -Type NVIDIA1 is specified

-CCDevices2    ['GTX1070ti#0,GTX1080#1'.. Device group 2 CCDevices. Used instead of -GPUDevices2, where
                           or             the requirement of specifying individual GPUs for CCminer is
                       '0,1,2,3'..  ]     required. Used if -Type NVIDIA2 is specified

-CCDevices3   ['GTX1070ti#0,GTX1080#1'..  Device group 3 CCDevices. Used instead of -GPUDevices1, where
                           or             the requirement of specifying individual GPUs for CCminer is
                      '0,1,2,3'..   ]     required. Used if -Type NVIDIA3 is specified.

-EWBFDevices1     ['0 1 2 3 4 5 6'..]   Device group 1 EWBFDevices. Used instead of -GPUDevices1, where
                                        the requirement of specifying individual GPUs for EWBF is
                                        required. Used if -Type NVIDIA1 is specified

-EWBFDevices2    ['0 1 2 3 4 5 6'..]    Device group 2 EWBFDevices. Used instead of -GPUDevices2, where
                                        the requirement of specifying individual GPUs for EWBF is
                                        required. Used if -Type NVIDIA2 is specified

-EWBFDevices3    ['0 1 2 3 4 5 6'..]    Device group 3 EWBFDevices. Used instead of -GPUDevices3, where
                                        the requirement of specifying individual GPUs for EWBF is
                                        required. Used if -Type NVIDIA3 is specified.

-DSTMDevices1    ['0 1 2 3 4 5 6'..]    Device group 1 DSTMDevices. Used instead of -GPUDevices1, where
                                        the requirement of specifying individual GPUs for DSTM is
                                        required. Used if -Type NVIDIA1 is specified

-DSTMDevices2    ['0 1 2 3 4 5 6'..]    Device group 2 DSTMDevices. Used instead of -GPUDevices2, where
                                        the requirement of specifying individual GPUs for DSTM is
                                        required. Used if -Type NVIDIA2 is specified

-DSTMDevices3    ['0 1 2 3 4 5 6'..]    Device group 3 DSTMDevices. Used instead of -GPUDevices3, where
                                        the requirement of specifying individual GPUs for DSTM is
                                        required. Used if -Type NVIDIA3 is specified.

-ClayDevices1   ['0123456789abcd'...]   Device group 1 ClayDevices. Used instead of -GPUDevices1, where
               the requirement of specifying individual GPUs for Claymore is
               required. Used if -Type NVIDIA1 is specified.

-ClayDevices2   ['0123456789abcd'...]   Device group 2 ClayDevices. Used instead of -GPUDevices2, where
               the requirement of specifying individual GPUs for Claymore is
               required. Used if -Type NVIDIA2 is specified.

-ClayDevices3   ['0123456789abcd'...]   Device group 3 ClayDevices. Used instead of -GPUDevices3, where
               the requirement of specifying individual GPUs for Claymore is
               required. Used if -Type NVIDIA3 is specified.


-CUDevices1     ['0123456789abcd'...]   Device group 1 CUDevices. Used instead of -GPUDevices1, where
               the requirement of specifying individual GPUs for Cuballoon is
               required. Used if -Type NVIDIA1 is specified.

-CUDevices2     ['0123456789abcd'...]   Device group 2 CUDevices. Used instead of -GPUDevices2, where
               the requirement of specifying individual GPUs for Cuballoon is
               required. Used if -Type NVIDIA2 is specified.

-CUDevices3     ['0123456789abcd'...]   Device group 3 CUDevices. Used instead of -GPUDevices3, where
               the requirement of specifying individual GPUs for Cuballoon is
               required. Used if -Type NVIDIA3 is specified.



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Dividing Miner

MM.Hash has the capability of dividing miner into seperate device groups. By default,
it is set to use Wallet1 & PasswordCurrency1. You can however choose to divide you miner, up to three
different groups. This is the commands/options you must add to do so:

-Type
 
You can specify more than 1 NVIDIA group to mine with. Options are NVIDIA1,NVIDIA2,NVIDIA3. In
order to be able to use the arguments for the device group below- You must add to "Type" argument.
To all three groups for example it would be:

-Type NIVIDIA1,NVIDIA2,NVIDIA3

To use 2 Groups, and Mine with CPU processor would be:

-Type NVIDIA1,NVIDIA2,CPU

For Type
if (Type = NVIDIA1)

-GPUDevices1 = Devices you are using for group for all miners.

You can swap GPUDevices1 for miner specific device groups. Useful for larger mining rigs, where gpu 10+
is expressed differently in each miner:

-CCDevices1 = Devices you are using for group for CCminers. Example: '0,1,2,3'. This must match Type
"NIVIDIA1".
-EWBFDevices1 = Devices you are using for group for EWBF. EWBF Files must be moved to Miners folder.
-DSTMDevices1 = Devices you are using for group for DSTM.

Lastly you must set your wallet/password info. Here are basic:

-Wallet1 = Wallet for device group 1. BTC works for all pools. See pools to find out if other coins can
be used. Zergpool in example accepts RVN as exchange.
-PasswordCurrency1 = Wallet Symbol (See Pool For More Details, Must Match Wallet)

Example:

-Type NVIDIA1 -CCDevices1 '0,1,2,3,4,5' -EWBFDevices1 '0 1 2 3 4 5' -Wallet1 1ERWEDAe234wehdshWe -PasswordCurrency1 BTC

or

-Type NVIDIA1 -GPUDevices1 '0,1,2,3,4,5' -Wallet1 1ERWEDAe234wehdshWe -PasswordCurrency1 BTC

for Type
if (Type = NVIDIA2)

-CCDevices2 = Devices you are using for wallet group 2.   (NVIDIA2)
-EWBFDevices2 = Devices you are using for wallet group 2.
-Wallet2 = Wallet for device group 2
-PasswordCurrency2 = Wallet Symbol

If you are using -Type NVIDIA1,NVIDIA2 Example:

-Type NVIDIA1,NVIDIA2 -CCDevices1 '0,1,2' -DSTMDevices1 '0 1 2' -ClayDevices1 '012' -Wallet1 1ERWEDAe234wehdshWe -PasswordCurrency1 BTC -Type NVIDIA2 -CCDevices2 '3,4,5' -DSTM Devices2 '3 4 5 ' -ClayDevices '345' -Wallet2 1aeEdrREglIT45EIWWheee -PasswordCurrency2 BTC

-CCDevices3 = Same as above (group 2) for group 3   (NVIDIA3)
-EWBFDevices = Same as above (group 2)
-Wallet3 = Same as above (group 2)
-PasswordCurrency3 = Same as above (group 2)
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Zergpool Wallet And Password

Zergpool gives you the ability to exchange into more than BTC. These options will let you specify a
certain coin to exchange to for zergpool only. However, you will continue to mine other pools using BTC.

Rules:
1.) Must be used with Wallet1,Wallet2,Wallet3  
2.) Must be used with PasswordCurrency1, PasswordCurrency2, PasswordCurrency3
3.) Must be use both Zergpoolpassword & ZergpoolWallet
4.) Confirm with zergpool that coin can be auto-traded
5.) Poolname zergpool must be specified

-ZergpoolWallet1 = Wallet for device group 1.
-ZergpoolWallet2 = Wallet for device group 2.
-ZergpoolWallet3 = Wallet for device group 3..
-Zergpoolpassword1 = Wallet Symbol for device group 1.
-Zergpoolpassword2 = Wallet Symbol for device group 2.
-Zergpoolpassword3 = Wallet Symbol for device group 3.

Example of use:

" .. -Poolname blazepool,zpool,nicehash,zergpool -Type NVIDIA1 -Wallet1 1ERWEDAe234wehdshWe -PasswordCurrency1 -ZergpoolWallet1 1RHS234GsasierGHT -Zergpoolpassword1 RVN"

This will tell the miner to mine with BTC for all pools in default device group (device group 1) that
are not zergpool. However, when the miner switches to zergpool- It will use the Raven Wallet specified.
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Nicehash Mining

Rules:
1.) Must be used with Wallet1,Wallet2,Wallet3
2.) Must be used with PasswordCurrency1, PasswordCurrency2, PasswordCurrency3
3.) Must use only your Nicehash Wallet Address
4.) Must specify nicehash fee you wish to factor into profitability. See nicehash for their fees.
4.) -Poolname nicehash must be specified

Example of use

" ..  -Poolname zergpool,blazepool,zpool,nicehash -Type NVIDIA1 -Wallet1 1ERWEDAe234wehdshWe -PasswordCurrency1 -ZergpoolWallet1 1RHS234GsasierGHT -Zergpoolpassword1 RVN -Nicehash_Wallet1 2Rser43534sSDOIWERH -Nicehash_Fee 2"

This will tell the miner to mine with BTC for all pools that require BTC. For zergpool, it will mine ravencoin. When nicehash is most profitable, it will mine on nicehash with the wallet specified.
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CPU Mining

CPU mining setup is the same for GPU setup, except the arguments are different to specify CPU use.
If you are using nicehash- It will defer to Nicehash_Wallet1
If you are using zergpool- It will defer to CPU_Wallet

-Type CPU   (Or -Type NVIDIA1,CPU if combining GPU and CPU mining)
-CPUWallet = Wallet to be used for CPU
-CPUcurrency = Password Argument for CPUWallet. Must Match CPU Wallet Address.

Example of use;

" ..-pool zergpool,nicehash -Type NVIDIA1,CPU -Wallet1 1ERWEDAe234wehdshWe -PasswordCurrency1 BTC -CPUWallet 1ERWEDAe234wehdshWe -Nicehash_Wallet1 2Rser43534sSDOIWERH -CPUcurrency BTC"

This will tell miner to use NVIDIA1 with Wallet1 which is BTC, and to use same wallet for CPU which is
BTC. It will use CPU_Wallet when mining on zergpool, and -Nicehash_Wallet1 when mining on nicehash.
Both are BTC wallets.
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Known Issues-

I am working on getting hashrates to display for Claymore miner, and I here reports of issues with DSTM miner. GUI is a little rough. READ THE INSTALL GUIDE for tips on how to properly use miner.

This is first generation, totally new. I plan to upgrade immensely, especially if I get a lot of users.
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here are my settings. why there is no information about the employee at http://zergpool.com/?address=1MbWiKvsBuCvMBTMRSHeeFZTtTUQXTDeza
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-Timeout 1 -Benchmark 120 -Delay 1 -RigName1 4x1063 -StatsInterval 1 -Currency USD -CoinExchange BTC -PasswordCurrency1 BTC -Interval 360 -Location US -Auto_Algo Yes -Auto_Coin Yes -PoolName zergpool_coin,zergpool_algo -Type NVIDIA1 -Wallet1 1MbWiKvsBuCvMBTMRSHeeFZTtTUQXTDeza ZergpoolWallet1 1MbWiKvsBuCvMBTMRSHeeFZTtTUQXTDeza -Zergpoolpassword1 BTC -CCDevices1 '0,1,2,3' EWBFDevices1 '0 1 2 3' DSTMDevices1 '0 1 2 3' -Donate 5
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