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January 11, 2018, 11:32:49 PM
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Sumokoin is still mineable, Dero - new kid on the block looks interesting.
And Hodlcoin came back to life.
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January 12, 2018, 01:22:19 AM
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What you guys suggest for few i7 pc's non k.

Im  doing ETN atm with 300h/s per pc.
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January 12, 2018, 01:24:37 AM
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Any suggestion on which cpu miner does everyone use?
Currently using xmr-stak, wondering if there's a better alternative
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January 12, 2018, 12:35:31 PM
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Any suggestion on which cpu miner does everyone use?
Currently using xmr-stak, wondering if there's a better alternative

XMRig is your best choice.
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January 12, 2018, 12:47:53 PM
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Any suggestion on which cpu miner does everyone use?
Currently using xmr-stak, wondering if there's a better alternative

I too know the some cheap altcoins can be mined with the CPU alone but can you tell me is that still profit to make money in mining the cryptos with the CPU. I suggest you to start mining with the GPU rig. You can mine almost all the cryptos with the GPU cards so you can make money also with the decent growth.
You can choose XMR, ETH, ETC, SIA and equihash to mine with the Rx series and Nvidia model cards bro. I am sure you can more than 500 USD with the any of the series cards.

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January 12, 2018, 02:01:38 PM
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Thank you for this thread. I plan to mine CPU coins as well in conjunction with my PoS and Masternode.

Anyone who has experience in using a Mini-PC?
I plan to get one and Run Windows 2012 server 64-bit. Then install multiple windows VM's in it (3-6 VM's).

Planned setup:
CPU: INTEL® NUC KIT NUC7i7BNHX1 With Intel® Optane™ Memory 16GB
SSD: SanDisk SDSSDA-480G 480GB SSD PLUS
RAM: Kingston Technology HyperX Impact 32GB

Any input would be appreciated. Thanks!

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January 12, 2018, 04:14:53 PM
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Thank you for this thread. I plan to mine CPU coins as well in conjunction with my PoS and Masternode.

Anyone who has experience in using a Mini-PC?
I plan to get one and Run Windows 2012 server 64-bit. Then install multiple windows VM's in it (3-6 VM's).

Planned setup:
CPU: INTEL® NUC KIT NUC7i7BNHX1 With Intel® Optane™ Memory 16GB
SSD: SanDisk SDSSDA-480G 480GB SSD PLUS
RAM: Kingston Technology HyperX Impact 32GB

Any input would be appreciated. Thanks!


I have no experience mining on an Intel NUC, the CPU is basically a low powered CPU made for laptops but in a better vent mini PC so you should be able to get a couple 100H/s with it. I think you will be better off going Balls Out on the CPU has a whole though rather then breaking it up into 3-6 VMs.
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January 12, 2018, 11:06:37 PM
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Thank you for this thread. I plan to mine CPU coins as well in conjunction with my PoS and Masternode.

Anyone who has experience in using a Mini-PC?
I plan to get one and Run Windows 2012 server 64-bit. Then install multiple windows VM's in it (3-6 VM's).

Planned setup:
CPU: INTEL® NUC KIT NUC7i7BNHX1 With Intel® Optane™ Memory 16GB
SSD: SanDisk SDSSDA-480G 480GB SSD PLUS
RAM: Kingston Technology HyperX Impact 32GB

Any input would be appreciated. Thanks!


I have no experience mining on an Intel NUC, the CPU is basically a low powered CPU made for laptops but in a better vent mini PC so you should be able to get a couple 100H/s with it. I think you will be better off going Balls Out on the CPU has a whole though rather then breaking it up into 3-6 VMs.

Thanks for the input. Small form factor is consideration for me due to space and noise. I'll come up with specs for a desktop and post it here.

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January 13, 2018, 07:11:25 AM
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XMRig is your best choice.
For some reason xmrig is the only miner that my windows defender dislikes, but I guess it is indeed false alarm. Will try later and compare with xmr-stak

I too know the some cheap altcoins can be mined with the CPU alone but can you tell me is that still profit to make money in mining the cryptos with the CPU. I suggest you to start mining with the GPU rig. You can mine almost all the cryptos with the GPU cards so you can make money also with the decent growth.
You can choose XMR, ETH, ETC, SIA and equihash to mine with the Rx series and Nvidia model cards bro. I am sure you can more than 500 USD with the any of the series cards.
It IS still profitable, although it's a different story if you use low-end CPU like Celeron or Pentiums.
And of course, I do have GPU rigs.
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January 13, 2018, 09:06:36 AM
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How much surcharge to the pricing of GPU has mining caused?

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January 13, 2018, 10:00:16 AM
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Bitzeny is CPU only.and they have good community! Check it out.
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January 13, 2018, 02:17:58 PM
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Bitzeny is CPU only.and they have good community! Check it out.
Be carrefull :
The dev "Bitzeny" has only 2 posts in the forum (and one for ANN topic).
TooO big pump in the lasts few days : dump is coming.

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January 13, 2018, 05:25:56 PM
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Don't forget HODLcoin (http://hodlcoin.com/) and Europecoin V3 (https://www.europecoin.eu.org/).
HODL forever!

HODLCoin TG - https://t.me/HOdlcoin1
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January 13, 2018, 06:37:29 PM
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Hello,

Great work. Could you please post link for the sites where i can find step by step mining procedure?
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January 13, 2018, 06:46:29 PM
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Thank you for this thread. I plan to mine CPU coins as well in conjunction with my PoS and Masternode.

Anyone who has experience in using a Mini-PC?
I plan to get one and Run Windows 2012 server 64-bit. Then install multiple windows VM's in it (3-6 VM's).

Planned setup:
CPU: INTEL® NUC KIT NUC7i7BNHX1 With Intel® Optane™ Memory 16GB
SSD: SanDisk SDSSDA-480G 480GB SSD PLUS
RAM: Kingston Technology HyperX Impact 32GB

Any input would be appreciated. Thanks!


I have no experience mining on an Intel NUC, the CPU is basically a low powered CPU made for laptops but in a better vent mini PC so you should be able to get a couple 100H/s with it. I think you will be better off going Balls Out on the CPU has a whole though rather then breaking it up into 3-6 VMs.

I ha e a  NUC for the family to use. They get pretty hot. I wouldn't feel comfortable minijng on them 24/7.
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January 14, 2018, 04:17:47 AM
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I ha e a  NUC for the family to use. They get pretty hot. I wouldn't feel comfortable minijng on them 24/7.

Thanks for sharing! This type of feedback helps a lot for me to decide on my setup. I guess I have to settle for a good sized desktop now or just run PoS as space is consideration for me.

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January 14, 2018, 04:33:54 AM
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Plenty of reports, many thanks.

But none of you tell us the mining software to use ... can a kind soul post some links for the best mining software for the algorithms specified in this thread?
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January 14, 2018, 03:52:50 PM
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surprised Riecoin is no where on the list, it's quite profitable at the moment as prices have risen to nearly 50 cents recently.
Riecoin is one of the oldest CPU coins out there, it's using the primesr hashing algorithm which is designed to find large prime number constellations.

ANN thread
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=446703.0

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Poloniex
AEX.com

Fastest miner (open source)
https://github.com/dave-andersen/fastrie/tree/stratum

A test machine i've run over the last month is an older i7 laptop Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4710HQ
It's generated about 160 RIC or about $66 at current prices. Ryzen and any high end Xeon CPU will generate many times that number.


Some pools have issues with block withholding attacks, best pools in my opinion are https://ublock.it/ and http://www.xpoolx.com/.
uBlock is a private pool, if you need an invite pm me for more information.

Riecoin Pool http://uBlock.it/
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January 15, 2018, 10:51:33 AM
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Hey guys I'm looking to put together a resource thread showcasing 1 all CPU mineable coins // best CPU mineable coins and some guides on how to get started on them whether they're write-ups or videos etc.

For example all cryptonight coins (estimated w/ ryzen 1700 oc)


Biblepay is a CPU only mineable coin which I found interested.

Looking for all input!

I don't even see any working pool for this coin. Can you really mine it solo and make a profit?
Edit: the only pool I found is mentioned in the guide and nothing, no links even work at the site. Just a shell facade site.
So seems strange....

Here is the pool for BiblePay, and is working, mining every day on it:https://pool.biblepay.org/
You mine directly from wallet, you can download it here:https://biblepay.org/

BUT atm there is no exchange where you can sell your coins or trade them.
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January 15, 2018, 12:01:52 PM
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BUT atm there is no exchange where you can sell your coins or trade them.
It's on c-cex, don't know how good it is though.
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