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February 14, 2020, 10:09:06 AM
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I'm mining monero with RagerX on Rayzen 7 and it is really going good, it is pulling out 10% extra hashrate. As far as I know, this is the fastest monero miner I've seen till now. Can you please try it and share your views on this platform if possible?
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February 14, 2020, 03:59:50 PM
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I'm mining monero with RagerX on Rayzen 7 and it is really going good, it is pulling out 10% extra hashrate. As far as I know, this is the fastest monero miner I've seen till now. Can you please try it and share your views on this platform if possible?

I think the BiblePay dev is using xmrig . Only knew about xmr-stake . RagerX seems to be new on the scene?

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February 14, 2020, 05:46:58 PM
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Can forging by MetaGate be considered as CPU mining?
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February 14, 2020, 09:40:17 PM
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Can forging by MetaGate be considered as CPU mining?

Ofcourse, I'm mining with Metagather for 2 months and
I've already made more than 1000 coins. The good thing is that it runs on anything and uses 5-6% CPU max.

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February 15, 2020, 08:30:04 AM
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Can forging by MetaGate be considered as CPU mining?

Ofcourse, I'm mining with Metagather for 2 months and
I've already made more than 1000 coins. The good thing is that it runs on anything and uses 5-6% CPU max.

Would you mind checking my figures.

You've just said, you made 1000+ coins in 2 months BUT according to https://cex.io/mhc-btc those coins are worth 0.00000042 x 1000 = 0.00042 BTC
So basically for 2 months mining you have made $4, but wait a minute, you get 1000 coins for signing up....so you made 0 coins?
Seems not very worth while to me
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February 15, 2020, 10:24:19 PM
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Can forging by MetaGate be considered as CPU mining?

Ofcourse, I'm mining with Metagather for 2 months and
I've already made more than 1000 coins. The good thing is that it runs on anything and uses 5-6% CPU max.

Would you mind checking my figures.

You've just said, you made 1000+ coins in 2 months BUT according to https://cex.io/mhc-btc those coins are worth 0.00000042 x 1000 = 0.00042 BTC
So basically for 2 months mining you have made $4, but wait a minute, you get 1000 coins for signing up....so you made 0 coins?
Seems not very worth while to me

Out of these 1000 coins which they lend you so you can start forging your own, I made my own 1000 coins on a PC which runs 24/7 anyway.
No open ports needed, no beefy CPU, fast internet or something else. Just stay online 24/7. If you want to earn more, buy some and delegate them to some pool. That way you will not need to even stay online and still earn.

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June 29, 2020, 11:26:03 PM
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MintMe.com Coin is very CPU friendly. To the point that old smartphone can have only 2-3 times less hashrate than modern fast desktop thanks to modified custom Lyra2 algorithm, check it at https://mintme.com/coin/ or github https://github.com/mintme-com/

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July 03, 2020, 08:45:51 PM
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Lately there are not many new CPU coins, so I found an older one.
It even has a real world use case, which is currently in use.
It is called DMS coin and is used to store document hashes and proof of authenticity.
If interested, you can learn more here: https://discord.gg/acfRC4X


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July 19, 2020, 06:32:44 AM
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All coins on https://pool.rplant.xyz/ are cpu mineable.
Just download there cpu-miner software and you can get a lot different coins to mine.

Myself I'm focusing on Roi-coin (cpu-only). The current payout is pretty high atm. But the prices are a bit low. But the coin has a triple hybrid feature which also allows it to be staked. So I am staking the mined coins till prices rise back to at least 8 Satoshi.
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July 19, 2020, 10:20:46 AM
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CPU mining proofitable only if you have huge numbers of cpu's
or you can earn approx 1-3$ per month

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July 19, 2020, 11:17:12 AM
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CPU mining proofitable only if you have huge numbers of cpu's
or you can earn approx 1-3$ per month

True if your mining XMR. But with less popular coins it's easy to earn way more then 3$ per month. Now just one ryzen 9 is earning me about 3000 ROI-COIN daily. Wich is $0.54696 every 24h at the current price of 2 Satoshi (stats from coingecko).

And prices on Roi-coin are pretty low at the moment. They were at 8 Satoshi last week. Wich is a 200% increase. So you can make about $2 a day with just one PC

Note: power bill is not taken in to account in the above calculation. I got some decent solar panels, so i am not worried about my energy cost
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July 19, 2020, 03:36:57 PM
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Some people say that Ryzen processor is good for CPU mining, is anyone here is using this AMD processor now? Is it profitable? how about the hash power produced by this procie is it okay? If anyone here already using it kindly share your experience with this processor. Thanks
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July 19, 2020, 04:46:51 PM
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Some people say that Ryzen processor is good for CPU mining, is anyone here is using this AMD processor now? Is it profitable? how about the hash power produced by this procie is it okay? If anyone here already using it kindly share your experience with this processor. Thanks

My ryzen 9 3900 PC cost me €825 including shipping fee. Had to build it myself and am using an open source OS. Basically I wanted to build a new ryzen 9 PC with cheap components. While not overcloking the system it gets an average of 1400 h/s on Roi-coin. Here is my build; High-end PC | Ryzen 9 3900X | RAM 16gb | M.2 500GB-SSD
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July 20, 2020, 10:22:01 AM
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YadaCoin is a really great option for CPU mining. Not tons of competition, listed on SafeTrade (no KYC), and minable using their XMRig Fork.
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July 20, 2020, 12:25:39 PM
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IMHO, only true solo-cpu-mining coins are pretty for mining because of botnets
let's try to convince me otherwise
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July 20, 2020, 07:20:39 PM
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IMHO, only true solo-cpu-mining coins are pretty for mining because of botnets
let's try to convince me otherwise

If you realy like solo CPU-mining, i would suggest Nerva (XNV)
More info at: https://getnerva.org/

This coin is really about solo CPU-mining. But if you want to make a little bit more profit, I would suggest a different CPU coin.

I have tried mining it for a couple of days with one of my Ryzens. This what i noted down back then.
   • 14 threads
   • 18 nerva per 24h
$0,29 per 24h

Prices were a little higher back then i guess. Coingecko says 18 XNV is worth $0,204912 at the moment.

 


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July 20, 2020, 07:29:15 PM
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YadaCoin is a really great option for CPU mining. Not tons of competition, listed on SafeTrade (no KYC), and minable using their XMRig Fork.

I was looking on the main website to find more information on CPU/GPU mining or if its ASIC resistant.
Could not find what i was looking for, also couldn't find a whitepaper.

Could you give the above info?
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July 21, 2020, 12:14:52 AM
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IMHO, only true solo-cpu-mining coins are pretty for mining because of botnets
let's try to convince me otherwise
If you realy like solo CPU-mining, i would suggest Nerva (XNV)
More info at: https://getnerva.org/
This coin is really about solo CPU-mining. But if you want to make a little bit more profit, I would suggest a different CPU coin.
I have tried mining it for a couple of days with one of my Ryzens. This what i noted down back then.
   • 14 threads
   • 18 nerva per 24h
$0,29 per 24h
Prices were a little higher back then i guess. Coingecko says 18 XNV is worth $0,204912 at the moment.

NERVA is very hard to mine right now
this train has gone
$0,29 per 24h from 14 threads - not very good
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July 21, 2020, 04:21:50 AM
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Some people say that Ryzen processor is good for CPU mining, is anyone here is using this AMD processor now? Is it profitable? how about the hash power produced by this procie is it okay? If anyone here already using it kindly share your experience with this processor. Thanks

Ryzen CPUs have several advantages over Intel for CPU mining, most notably price per core and cache per core.
It's disadvantages, poor AVX2 and no AVX512, aren't typically needed for "CPU" coins. Coins that benefit from
AVX* can usually be mined more efficienty with a GPU.

In short Ryzen CPUs are better for the kind of computing that GPUs can't do well, while Intel CPUs are good at computing
that GPUs can do better.

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July 21, 2020, 12:11:41 PM
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Some people say that Ryzen processor is good for CPU mining, is anyone here is using this AMD processor now? Is it profitable? how about the hash power produced by this procie is it okay? If anyone here already using it kindly share your experience with this processor. Thanks

Ryzen CPUs have several advantages over Intel for CPU mining, most notably price per core and cache per core.
It's disadvantages, poor AVX2 and no AVX512, aren't typically needed for "CPU" coins. Coins that benefit from
AVX* can usually be mined more efficienty with a GPU.

In short Ryzen CPUs are better for the kind of computing that GPUs can't do well, while Intel CPUs are good at computing
that GPUs can do better.


Thanks for the info JayDDee, that answered a lot of questions I was asking myself too Smiley

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