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January 17, 2019, 12:31:06 PM
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When I can see profit in my wallet?

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January 31, 2019, 02:32:25 PM
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New version v3.9.3.8 released: this update contains a lot GRIN related stuff. We added support for Grinmint pool and added the GrinProMiner v1.1 to enable GRIN mining on AMD devices. For NVIDIA, the newest Bminer v14.1.0 serves best as GRIN miner.
All other included miners have been updated to their newest versions, with one surprise guest: Tpruvot has updated his miner to v2.3.1
Also, some significant additions are Energiminer v2.2.1, TT-miner v2.1.7 and two DYN miners.

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Miners
  • add miner GrinProMiner v1.1 (amd,nvidia)
  • add miner Energiminer v2.2.1 (amd,nvidia)
  • add miner TT-Miner v2.1.7 (nvidia)
  • add miner CcminerDyn v1.0.0 for argon2d-dyn mining (nvidia)
  • add miner SgminerDyn v1.0.0 for argon2d-dyn mining (amd)
  • add miners ProgPOWAmd & ProgPOWNvidia for ProgPOW mining (amd,nvidia)
  • update miner Bminer to v14.1.0 (amd,nvidia)
  • update miner CcminerTpruvot to v2.3.1 (nvidia)
  • update miner Gminer to v1.25 (nvidia)
  • update miner JceMinerAmd to v0.33b17 (amd)
  • update miner Cast to v1.71 (amd)
  • update miner JceminerCpu to v0.33p (cpu)
  • update miner SgminerFancyIX to v5.6.1.3b5hp1 (amd)
  • update miner Excavator to v1.5.15 alpha (nvidia)
  • update miner CcminerMtp to v1.1.13 (nvidia)
  • update miner MiniZ to v1.0j (nvidia)
  • update miner Xmrig to v2.10.0 (amd,cpu,nvidia)
  • update miner SrbMiner to v1.7.7 (amd)
  • update miner Phoenix to v4.1c (amd,nvidia)
  • update miner Bminer to v12.2.0 (amd,nvidia)
  • update miner Gminer to v1.20 (nvidia)
  • update miner Phoenix to v4.1c (amd,nvidia)

Pools
  • add pool Grinmint for GRIN mining
  • update pool Nicehash / enable SSL for BEAM
  • update pool NLpool / fix Cuckoo hashrate/price
  • update pool NLpool / avoid testnet mining

Core
  • softer reset for escaped pool values
  • improve kill protection
  • introducing additional Start/Stop commands for miners
  • update API ccminer / workaround for Zjazz mining Cuckoo
  • update setup / enable assign profiles to devices
  • allow device dependant ocprofiles
  • fix show sum of all (remote and local) rigs in localhost
  • add function to get nvidia gpu microarchitecture
  • start to add check for Turing for some miners
  • update Cleanup / add cleanup for Downloads folder
  • allow floatingpoints for hashrates
  • fix urlencode function
  • fix recovery of empty miner.config.txt
  • add parameter "Disable" to miners.config.txt
  • fix power calculation for AMD/tdp
  • fix algorithms config for empty algorithm
  • fix power calculation for AMD with neg. powerlimit
  • add Algorithm to "Status: Running" section
  • update API Claymore / add progpow multiplicator
  • centralize currency rates api and ticker
  • adapt api rates to new format
  • add Password field (GRIN)
  • fix MiningRigRentals for GRIN activation
  • fix wallet detection
  • update API Claymore / add progpow multiplicator
  • centralize currency rates api and ticker
  • adapt api rates to new format
  • add Password field (GRIN)
  • fix MiningRigRentals for GRIN activation
  • fix wallet detection
  • fix amd vega 56/64 detection
  • add Fee column to Miners/Active Miners
  • add speed to benchmarks
  • add Speed column to Benchmarks

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February 21, 2019, 12:46:16 PM
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Finally I found the time to post a version update on bitcointalk. RainbowMiner v3.9.7.4 has been released. We added the new SWAP algorithm Cuckaroo29s plus multiple pools that explicitly support this. Also, two of the miners support MTP mining on Nicehash, now and the compatibiliy with the new Nvidia GPUs has been significantly improved. And finally, party mining has arrived for Bsod.pw, Gos.cx and ZergPool. The core has been reworked at many edges, too: rejected shares will now be monitored, CPU/GPU mining conflicts will be resolved automatically (if mining Cuckaroo29, for example) and many more tweaks and improvements.

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  • update miner CcminerKlausT to v8.21r18v3 (nvidia)
  • update miner CcminerYescrypt to v8.21r18v3 (nvidia)
  • update miner CcminerDyn to v1.0.2 (nvidia)
  • update miner SgminerMTP to v1.1.0 (amd)
  • update miner Gminer to v1.33 (nvidia)
  • add miner SwapMiner v1.0.2 (amd,nvidia) / new Cuckaroo29s algorithm
  • update miner TTminer to v2.1.11beta (nvidia)
  • update miner CryptoDredge to v0.17.0 (nvidia)
  • update miner XmrStak/FireIce to v2.8.3 (amd,cpu,nvidia)
  • update miner XmrigCpu to v2.12.0 (cpu)
  • update miner XmrigAmd to v2.12.0 (amd)
  • update miner SgminerFancyIX to v5.6.1.3b5ip3 (amd)
  • update miner Wildrig to v0.15.3.8 beta (amd)
  • update miner XmrStak/FireIce to v2.8.2 (amd,cpu,nvidia)
  • update miner Bminer to v14.3.1 (amd,nvidia)
  • update miner SrbMiner to v1.7.8 (amd)
  • update miner TeamRed to v0.3.10 (amd)
  • update miner JceminerAmd to v0.33b18
  • update miner JceminerCpu to v0.33p (cpu)
  • update miner Trex to v0.9.2 (nvidia)
  • add miner LoLminer v0.6 & v0.7alpha5 (amd,nvidia)

Pools
  • update pools CryptoKnight,FairPool,PocketWhale / swap is now Cuckaroo29s algorithm
  • add pool HeroMiners / cryptonight and swap pool
  • add pool LuckyPool / swap/cuckaroo29s pool
  • add balance FairPool
  • add balance HeroMiners
  • add pools BsodParty, GosCxParty and ZergPoolParty
  • add pool + balances Mintpond / 2nd largest Zcoin pool
  • add pool 2Miners & 2MinersSolo
  • add ZergPoolSolo for solo mining

Core
  • add downloadlist to API
  • add DotNET Sdk check to core and miners
  • fix gpugroups error message when mining on CPU, only
  • rework watchdog/minerstat/timers
  • add presets for ocprofiles, so that it becomes much more easy to enable OCprofiles in RainbowMiner.
  • add switch EnableCheckMiningConflict it defaults to "1", if your CPU has 2 cores or lower.
  • add log file entry if update fails for some reason
  • make replace more safe
  • faster interval restart after one miner crashes
  • fixed restart after single miner crash
  • fix combo mining with selective miners like TTminer or ClaymoreEthash
  • more shares to be found until rejected shares ratio check kicks in
  • update API Claymore / fix ethminer 0.17.0
  • activate check for share rejection ratio
  • add MaxRejectedShareRatio to config.txt and setup
  • enable extra profit calculation, in case RainbowMiner plans to launch miners that do not allow CPU mining in parallel.
  • fix watchdog for dual mining
  • add watchdog reset [W]
  • enable EthPill for MTP
  • fix combo benchmark detection
  • silence APIs a bit
  • reset crashed miner buffer
  • fix write error to log files, if using multiple instances of RainbowMiner on one PC
  • fix benchmark of dual mining
  • fix ListDevices.bat execution policy bypass
  • fix division by zero
  • fix miner switching during benchmarks
  • add gpu groups:
  • add parameters RunMode, ServerName and ServerPort (feature is not yet implemented)
  • report minerstatus every 60 seconds
  • add live reading to all miner reports
  • optimize crash detection
  • fix infinite benchmark crashing miners
  • back to SSL for rbminer.net
  • better debug file creation
  • optimize mining
  • optimize benchmarks with extended interval
  • diverse code optimizations
  • get rid of OpenCL warnings
  • fix cryptocompare, if many currencies in use
  • implement second workaround until SSL propagates through DNS after server upgrade at rbminer.net
  • implement workaround until SSL propagates through DNS after server upgrade at rbminer.net
  • better warn message for cryptocompare fails
  • increase cryptocompare API call cycletime to 30 minutes
  • fix LockVoltagePoint not found
  • add config parameter "BenchmarkInterval"
  • update algorithms.json / Vertcoin forks to Lyra2re3
  • fix kill-issue with Excavator
  • update API ccminer / remove debug code

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February 25, 2019, 03:49:24 PM
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A handful of interesting miners have been updated, including the SwapReferenceMiner, Bminer, TTminer and CcminerMTP. Also the rejection rate of Yescrypt GPU mining has been improved.

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  • update miner SwapMiner to v1.2.0 (amd,nvidia)
  • update miner lolMiner to v0.7 (amd,nvidia)
  • update miner Bminer to v15.0.2 (amd,nvidia)
  • update miner TTminer to v2.1.12 (nvidia)
  • update miner CcminerYescrypt (nvidia)
  • update miner SrbMiner to v1.7.9 (nvidia)
  • update miner CastXmr to v1.8.0 (amd)  …
  • update miner MiniZ to v1.1k (nvidia)  …
  • update miners XmrigAmd,XmrigCpu,XmrigNvidia to v2.13.0 (amd,cpu,nvidia)
  • update miner ZjazzNvidia (nvidia) / bitcash is now on X16r
  • update miner GrinProMiner (amd) / increase minimum memory requirement to 8GB
  • update miner CcminerMTP to v1.1.15 (nvidia)
  • update miner Gminer to v1.34 (nvidia) / support Swap coin (cuckaroo29s algorithm)

Pools
  • update pool MiningRigRentals / add xlat table for x16rt variants

Core
  • enable CPU and specific device only pools
  • fix Cuckaroo29s pools price calculation
  • fix null being sent to report APIs
  • add valid timestamp to report API
  • add extra parameters to pool's password string: https://github.com/RainbowMiner/RainbowMiner#add-additional-password-parameters-for-yiimp-based-pools
  • allow miner modules to change cpu priority/affinity
  • enable no algo change
  • speedup hashrate averaging
  • fix excludes from devices.config.txt not working
  • wait with watchdog until min. extended interval
  • concentrate API code
  • automatically cut off first samples, if below a threshold
  • better nonce for MRR
  • fix rejected share detection
  • add warning message in case MRR fails

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March 01, 2019, 02:24:48 PM
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Hello! Thanks for your awesome software!

I have only a small difficulty with grinmint. I want to mine in the EU server but it's mining on the US one.
I have no clue as to where to change that, other than going in the config file and manually setting it... but I don't want to do manual configurations that might get overridden with the next update.

Any better solution to that?
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March 01, 2019, 03:25:45 PM
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Hello! Thanks for your awesome software!

I have only a small difficulty with grinmint. I want to mine in the EU server but it's mining on the US one.
I have no clue as to where to change that, other than going in the config file and manually setting it... but I don't want to do manual configurations that might get overridden with the next update.

Any better solution to that?

Thank you Smiley

Which is your default region?

Actually, if you are not in us nor in eu region, the software chooses for you. I will add a new setting to the configuration (Config\config.txt) where you may put a preferred region for pools that do not offer stratum hosts in your region.

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March 01, 2019, 06:06:41 PM
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Hello! Thanks for your awesome software!

I have only a small difficulty with grinmint. I want to mine in the EU server but it's mining on the US one.
I have no clue as to where to change that, other than going in the config file and manually setting it... but I don't want to do manual configurations that might get overridden with the next update.

Any better solution to that?

Thank you Smiley

Which is your default region?

Actually, if you are not in us nor in eu region, the software chooses for you. I will add a new setting to the configuration (Config\config.txt) where you may put a preferred region for pools that do not offer stratum hosts in your region.

RBM

I'm living in Europe and when I went to (S)ettings > (A)ll , I came upon the setting "Enter your region".
There I typed "list" and I noticed there are two options for Europe, one is "europe" and the other is "eu". Same with the United States, there's a USA and a US.

I opened the Grinmint.ps1 and on lines 39-44 there's the following code,
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$Pools_Data = @(
    [PSCustomObject]@{port = 3416; region = "eu"; host = "eu-west-stratum.grinmint.com"; ssl = $false}
    [PSCustomObject]@{port = 4416; region = "eu"; host = "eu-west-stratum.grinmint.com"; ssl = $true}
    [PSCustomObject]@{port = 3416; region = "us"; host = "us-east-stratum.grinmint.com"; ssl = $false}
    [PSCustomObject]@{port = 4416; region = "us"; host = "us-east-stratum.grinmint.com"; ssl = $true}
)

I had it set to "europe" and now I changed it to "eu" in order to try the outcome... it's still connecting to the US pool so I guess there's a bug in the function which calls the grinmint.ps1 ? By the way, what language is that? It looks like JavaScript but the dollar symbol which is probably used to declare variables isn't part of JavaScript. Maybe C# which I've never used?

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March 01, 2019, 06:15:50 PM
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And another subject... there's a trick I use in order to get a payment in a different coin than BTC. I guess it'd be too complicated to add this option since it'd require many changes on your program and I don't think many would be interested, but if you ever re-write part of the code, please have it in mind!

Right now this is my trick for anyone interested, step by step,
  • Go to the software's directory and find the config folder (\RainbowMiner\RainbowMiner\Config).
  • Open the "pools.config" file.
  • Find your pool of choice or all the pools you're using.
  • Change the part "BTC":  "$Wallet" to the symbol of your altcoin of choice. For example: "RVN":  "$Wallet"
  • If for whatever reason you prefer to use different coin payouts in different pools, just fill the corresponding coin symbol BUT ALSO manually add your wallet address, replacing the "$Wallet"
     - Wherever there's the "$Wallet" variable, the program will use whatever wallet you've input in the miner's settings.
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And another subject... there's a trick I use in order to get a payment in a different coin than BTC. I guess it'd be too complicated to add this option since it'd require many changes on your program and I don't think many would be interested, but if you ever re-write part of the code, please have it in mind!

Right now this is my trick for anyone interested, step by step,
  • Go to the software's directory and find the config folder (\RainbowMiner\RainbowMiner\Config).
  • Open the "pools.config" file.
  • Find your pool of choice or all the pools you're using.
  • Change the part "BTC":  "$Wallet" to the symbol of your altcoin of choice. For example: "RVN":  "$Wallet"
  • If for whatever reason you prefer to use different coin payouts in different pools, just fill the corresponding coin symbol BUT ALSO manually add your wallet address, replacing the "$Wallet"
     - Wherever there's the "$Wallet" variable, the program will use whatever wallet you've input in the miner's settings.

Yes, that should do the job - there is a simpler and more flexible way that allows you to keep BTC (for example to mine on Nicehash).

  • either use the build-in configuration (press C, then C) to add or edit a coin of your choice plus wallet (e.g. RVN) or edit the Config\coins.config.txt directly. I have added RVN and XMR as default/example already.
  • now edit the pools.config.txt and change the "BTC": "$Wallet", to "RVN": "$RVN" for every pool with autoexchange, that you would to be payed in RVN. The variable $RVN will be substituted automatically with the wallet address in coins.config.txt. You may use the build-in configuration (C, then P) to change the pool's wallets, too.

.. I will check the Grinmint pool. It should select the eu server over the us, if you have selected "eu" or "europe" as region. It doesn't matter, how you type the region. All region, algorithm and coin strings will be converted to some unique standard, internally.



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I had it set to "europe" and now I changed it to "eu" in order to try the outcome... it's still connecting to the US pool so I guess there's a bug in the function which calls the grinmint.ps1 ? By the way, what language is that? It looks like JavaScript but the dollar symbol which is probably used to declare variables isn't part of JavaScript. Maybe C# which I've never used?


Thank you for bringing this up! The Grinmint stratum problem should be solved with the newest release v3.9.8.4.

To answer your question: RainbowMiner is programmed, using Powershell and some parts using C#

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March 03, 2019, 12:33:23 AM
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Some miner updates have hit the shelves, so here is our new release v3.9.8.4, updating Bminer to v15.1.0, XmrigCpu to v2.13.1 and Ethminer to v0.17.1. The build-in watchdog now has improved timing, internet connectivity is being checked contiously and some bugs have been fixed, including the stratum region selection for some pools.

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Miners
  • update miner CcminerMTP to v1.1.15r (nvidia)
  • update miner Ethminer to v0.17.1 (amd,nvidia)
  • update miner Bminer to v15.1.0
  • update miner XmrigCpu to v2.13.1 (cpu)
  • update miner CcminerDyn (nvidia) / miner needs more time to settle

Pools
  • fix region selection for multiple pools
  • update pool CryptoKnight / add GRIN mining, add SSL
  • update pool CryptoKnight / add asia host for SWAP

Core
  • earlier preset of session variable
  • fix mining single pool / single miner
  • add manual watchdog reset, press "W"
  • reduce warnings, if interval is set to high value
  • fix switch for quiet
  • add internet connectivity test
  • rework pool check
  • rework miner check
  • improve pool watchdog
  • optimize watchdog interval
  • increase mininum wait from 15 to 20s
  • add parameter "DefaultPoolRegion" (comma separated list) to config.txt: order of default stratum regions for pools that do not support your region (e.g. us,eu will pre
    fer US over Europe if your region is Asia and the pool does not support asia)
  • more error checks
  • add sessionvars to API
  • catch more errors
  • fix Coinbase down
  • better Coinbase fallback
  • update API Claymore / fix dual mining
  • add some removes to catches

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March 03, 2019, 11:38:09 PM
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XmrigCpu? Is this still around?
I have an 8600k, well cooled. From your experience, is there any CPU-minable coin that's profitable? I wouldn't mind mining with my GPU and CPU at the same time.
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Hi dev, can you make your miner fully support the latest stable drivers (Adrenalin 2019 Edition 19.1.1) ?
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March 06, 2019, 11:47:50 AM
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XmrigCpu? Is this still around?
I have an 8600k, well cooled. From your experience, is there any CPU-minable coin that's profitable? I wouldn't mind mining with my GPU and CPU at the same time.

Barely, but yes, it is still profitable. Currently the best options are to mine m7m or YescryptR16.
Those may be mined in parallel to most of the GPU miners. If mininig together with Cuckaroo miners, it will reduce the CPU mining speed.

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March 06, 2019, 11:49:33 AM
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Hi dev, can you make your miner fully support the latest stable drivers (Adrenalin 2019 Edition 19.1.1) ?

The software itself should work, no matter which drivers. Some of the build-in miners might crash on the new adrenalin edition. But that should be no problem, since the watchdog will disable them during benchmark.

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Good news, we finally added two of the major pools in the asia region: F2pool and Sparkpool made it into our library. Gminer added more speed to it's Cuckaroo29/Cuckatoo31, as well as bminer. Also, most Cryptonight miners, like Xmrig, XmrStak/Fireice and Srbminer updated their code to reflect current and upcoming forks.

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Miners
  • update miner FireIce to v2.10.0 (amd,cpu,nvidia)
  • update miner Gminer to v1.35 (nvidia)
  • update miner SrbMiner to v1.8.0 (amd)
  • update miner XmrigCpu to v2.14.0 (cpu)
  • update miner XmrigAmd to v2.14.0 (amd)
  • update miner XmrigNvidia to v2.14.0 (nvidia)
  • update miner TTminer to v2.1.14 (nvidia)
  • update miner Bminer to v15.2.0 (amd,nvidia)

Pools
  • add pool F2pool
  • add pool SparkPool
  • update Nanopool / add GRIN, PASC

Core
  • allow miners to be excluded from donation run
  • add automatic post to asyncloader
  • always add BTC/USD rate
  • improve emergency stat detection
  • dynamic regression for failures
  • reduce memory by using int instead of double
  • fix asyncloader error handling
  • reduce warnings
  • add emergency fallback to stats
  • remove unneeded code
  • centralize ticker
  • relax max variance a bit.

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March 08, 2019, 11:48:39 AM
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So many changes that I wouldn't be able to follow on my own, thanks for doing this job once for all your miners. All we have to do is double click your shortcut! Well... after going through the long settings once...
You certainly deserve your dev fee!

My only fear is, what if a miner is infected and I download it automatically in my system? I have like 3 devs I trust but Rainbow miner is using soooo many different miners.
It's an unavoidable risk I suppose?
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March 08, 2019, 02:29:16 PM
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So many changes that I wouldn't be able to follow on my own, thanks for doing this job once for all your miners. All we have to do is double click your shortcut! Well... after going through the long settings once...
You certainly deserve your dev fee!

My only fear is, what if a miner is infected and I download it automatically in my system? I have like 3 devs I trust but Rainbow miner is using soooo many different miners.
It's an unavoidable risk I suppose?

Thank you  Smiley

I am mining since years with changing rigs and hardware, but luckily I never ever had a virus infection on any of them.
Anyway, there is always a minimum risk left over, regarding a virus infection. To keep the risk low, I do check all miners against hashes, after download and before upload. Also, I analyse them systematically in a sandbox environment. If anything weird is showing up, the miner will not be added.


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March 13, 2019, 12:01:50 PM
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With this release, I introduce notifications: if you decide to use the monitoring service on https://rbminer.net you may now be notified, if one of your rigs go offline. To get notifications, either enter an email address or use the https://pushover.net service (Android, iOS, PC) and enter your pushover user key in the config.txt.
Beside this nice feature, a handful of miners have been updated to the newest versions, including Xmrstak/Fireice, Xmrig, Bminer and TTminer. Also, I invested some time to cleanup the CPU miners and discovered some pretty interesting new candidates; have a look at Rhminer and nanominer and mine some PASC on F2pool or Nanopool. It's pretty profitable, right now.

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Miners
  • update miner FireIce to v2.10.1 (amd,cpu,nvidia)
  • update miner Bminer to v15.3.1 (amd,nvidia)
  • update miner TTminer to v2.1.16 (nvidia)
  • update miner Teamred to v0.4.1 (amd)
  • update miner XmrigAmd to v2.14.1 (amd)
  • update miner XmrigCpu to v2.14.1 (cpu)
  • update miner XmrigNvidia to v2.14.1 (nvidia)
  • update miner CpuminerBinarium to v3.8.8.1-mod2 (cpu)
  • add miner RhminerCpu v1.4 (cpu)
  • add miner Nanominer v1.1.0 (cpu)
  • add miner MultiMiner v1.1.0 (nvidia)
  • update miner TTminer (nvidia) / add 5 seconds pause after halting the miner
  • update miner SrbMiner (amd) / fix graft/reversewaltz

Pools
  • update pool MiningRigRentals / add xlat for ethash mining
  • update pool MinerRocks / fix port selection
  • update pool MinerRocks / update stellite to CnHalf
  • update pool MinerRocks / do not allow virtual
  • update pool NanoPool / enable payment-id and email
  • update pool CryptoKnight / fix bittorium and monero
  • update pool F2pool / faster api
  • update pool LuckyPool / fix error with new API
  • update diverse pools / fix ssl stratum

Core
  • fix firewall error at first install
  • better hints during setup
  • fix invalid entry Bitcoin in ExcludeAlgorithm
  • allow cpu affinity to be set after cpu-mining started
  • add parameter PushOverUserKey for offline notifications via https://pushover.net
  • reduce "cannot connect" warnings
  • improve pool price watchdog
  • add parameter MinerStatusEmail: if miner get's offline on rbminer.net, you will get an email with a warning.
  • if coins.config.txt is changed, pools.config.txt needs to be checked
  • move from select algorithms to excludealgorithms for first setup. This is much smarter.
  • remove f2pool.json

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March 24, 2019, 03:45:34 AM
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Hi!

How can I setup RM to mine SWAP?

Thx!
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