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January 24, 2019, 11:23:06 AM
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I just started mining Grin in grinmint.com (Win10, AMD). I've created account in BitForex, as this seemed like the most straight-forward way to get a wallet address where I can send the mined coins (when confirmed etc).
Can somebody who has already went through that explain the process - once there are mined coins in GrinMint, how to get them in BitForex with min.risk?

Another question - I saw some topics for Bminer being the fastest miner. I have AMD cards, so it doesn't work with them, right?

RX 580, 8GB gives me ~ 1,5 gps - is that OK, good or bad?

It was a pretty efficient spot to be w/ GGM.  Grin Pro (basically new vers of GGM) gives a massive bump to 2 gps w/ same settings.
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January 24, 2019, 11:43:28 AM
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Cool one! I'we started to mine it. But how/where to mine 31 on windows?

I also want to know but nobody answers. Cant find a proper solution anywhere!?  Huh

No, because there's no way to do that for now unless you're an ASIC developer.
The Cuckatoo31 (C31) is an ASIC-friendly algorithm but I don't think there are any ASICs at the moment.

Maybe in theory people would be able to use GPUs to mine C31 until ASICs appear, I don't know but the difficulty of C31 could be that high that even if fewer GPUs mine it compared to C29 it's not as profitable... I repeat MAYBE... I don't know.
What I know is that C31's hashrate is 0 at the moment.

lol wat???

https://www.grinmint.com/pages/network-charts.html

Tons of people mining c31 already - mostly nvidia on linux.

Wait... riiight... I was looking at my personal hashrate when I said the hashrate is 0! Sorry! Cheesy
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January 24, 2019, 11:54:25 AM
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Would it be technically possible to implement mimblewimble on Bitcoin mainchain?
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January 24, 2019, 12:43:58 PM
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1060 6gb win 10 nvidia 417.35 driver = 2.47-2.7 G/s
power limit 60
core 0
mem +800
bminer 13.1.0


Hi I have rig and want to know about config setting..

My Mining Details are :  
EMAIL:                            hello@mail.com
Pass:                               hello@abc
Pool Name:                     grin.sparkpool.com:6666

Bminer Config file is below

ADDRESS=bminergrin
USERNAME=$ADDRESS.worker
POOL=grin29.f2pool.com:13654
SCHEME=cuckaroo29
PWD=foo

./bminer -uri $SCHEME://$USERNAME:$PWD@$POOL -api 127.0.0.1:1880


Help me to exact grin config details ?

bminer -uri cuckaroo29://USERNAME.RIG:x@grin29.f2pool.com:13654



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January 24, 2019, 01:15:14 PM
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is there a comprehensive thread for mad gpu grin minning?

these days everything seems so cryptic, back in the day everything was in the ANN post!
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January 24, 2019, 01:20:16 PM
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I just started mining Grin in grinmint.com (Win10, AMD). I've created account in BitForex, as this seemed like the most straight-forward way to get a wallet address where I can send the mined coins (when confirmed etc).
Can somebody who has already went through that explain the process - once there are mined coins in GrinMint, how to get them in BitForex with min.risk?

Another question - I saw some topics for Bminer being the fastest miner. I have AMD cards, so it doesn't work with them, right?

RX 580, 8GB gives me ~ 1,5 gps - is that OK, good or bad?

It was a pretty efficient spot to be w/ GGM.  Grin Pro (basically new vers of GGM) gives a massive bump to 2 gps w/ same settings.

Where can one find this Grin Pro miner, is it a paid version?

I found the GGM here https://github.com/mozkomor/GrinGoldMiner/releases
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January 24, 2019, 01:23:13 PM
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I came late. What's bob on about?

I haven't had a drink in a few days.

Situation: Rectified. I'm OK now.

I still hate f2pool.

Fuck f2pool.
It's a pain in the ass, now if the other poops didn't reject shares like a cam streamer rejects fedora wearing neckbeards there might be some competition.

No payout script is pure shit.

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January 24, 2019, 01:28:31 PM
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Where can one find this Grin Pro miner, is it a paid version?

I found the GGM here https://github.com/mozkomor/GrinGoldMiner/releases

No it's not paid, it's with a fee as usual. https://grinpro.io/

Running it on my Vega64, 3.1-3.2 G/s, best speed so far on AMD cards.

That said, for NVDIA chipsets, GMiner 1.22 is out as of yesterday, giving similar speeds with the latest version of bminer, 1080ti=6.2 G/s
Also it does not require Cuda 9.2 or higher Wink
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Where can one find this Grin Pro miner, is it a paid version?

I found the GGM here https://github.com/mozkomor/GrinGoldMiner/releases

No it's not paid, it's with a fee as usual. https://grinpro.io/

Running it on my Vega64, 3.1-3.2 G/s, best speed so far on AMD cards.

That said, for NVDIA chipsets, GMiner 1.22 is out as of yesterday, giving similar speeds with the latest version of bminer, 1080ti=6.2 G/s
Also it does not require Cuda 9.2 or higher Wink
Yeah Grin definitely prefers Nvidia cards, I believe it's something with the route the card takes to communicate, Nvidia cards are able to process directly and the AMD has to talk to the CPU first or something along those lines.

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January 24, 2019, 01:35:05 PM
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^. NVDIA rig=CPU 30%, AMD rig=CPU 70%

CPU: Dual Core 4400 3.3, on both rigs, with 8GB RAM.
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January 24, 2019, 01:39:47 PM
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Where can one find this Grin Pro miner, is it a paid version?

I found the GGM here https://github.com/mozkomor/GrinGoldMiner/releases

No it's not paid, it's with a fee as usual. https://grinpro.io/

Running it on my Vega64, 3.1-3.2 G/s, best speed so far on AMD cards.

That said, for NVDIA chipsets, GMiner 1.22 is out as of yesterday, giving similar speeds with the latest version of bminer, 1080ti=6.2 G/s
Also it does not require Cuda 9.2 or higher Wink

Do you have links ...

To both the miner and instructions on mining? Would be appreciated.

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January 24, 2019, 02:01:16 PM
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^. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5034735.460

Detailed instructions to mine you can find on the pool's side.

https://support.sparkpool.com/hc/en-us/articles/360014895133-Introduction-of-mining-Grin

Sparkpool & Grin mint do the job for me ATM.
Use a valid email to which you have access to of course.
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January 24, 2019, 02:12:14 PM
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Where can one find this Grin Pro miner, is it a paid version?

I found the GGM here https://github.com/mozkomor/GrinGoldMiner/releases

No it's not paid, it's with a fee as usual. https://grinpro.io/

Running it on my Vega64, 3.1-3.2 G/s, best speed so far on AMD cards.

That said, for NVDIA chipsets, GMiner 1.22 is out as of yesterday, giving similar speeds with the latest version of bminer, 1080ti=6.2 G/s
Also it does not require Cuda 9.2 or higher Wink

Is there an ANN thread in bitcointalk.org or the official grin forum?

 because I feel uneasy of trusting them without any user comments.

Could be a virus chest.
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January 24, 2019, 02:16:53 PM
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^. https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5034735.460

Detailed instructions to mine you can find on the pool's side.

https://support.sparkpool.com/hc/en-us/articles/360014895133-Introduction-of-mining-Grin

Sparkpool & Grin mint do the job for me ATM.
Use a valid email to which you have access to of course.

Thanks ...

Will give this a go in the next few days.

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January 24, 2019, 02:22:04 PM
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anyone here using MSI Armor 570 8GB on W10 & mining Grin?

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January 24, 2019, 02:27:34 PM
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bminer 1080ti 7.0-7.4 G/s   925mV ~ 180w.

If regulated through Pl. (75%) then the voltage per core is above 1000mV, then the video card does not work well. Lower consumption is higher hashrate, does not sound likely, but it is a fact! Deliver a fixed voltage of 925 mV and add overclock on the core, which would be about the same value as with 75% pl.


I compared the bminer and gminer on a grinmint bminer gives a larger hash, but a rather high percentage of rejects. The gminer gives a slightly smaller hash rate, but this is offset by the lack of rejects. It should be borne in mind that the gminer loads the processor more than the bminer. The next test that I’ll run is bminer on f2pool (bminer has fewer rejects on this bullet) and grinmint on gminer. 2 identical rig. I like both the miner and the competition between them.
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January 24, 2019, 02:35:47 PM
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bminer 1080ti 7.0-7.4 G/s   925mV ~ 180w.

If regulated through Pl. (75%) then the voltage per core is above 1000mV, then the video card does not work well. Lower consumption is higher hashrate, does not sound likely, but it is a fact! Deliver a fixed voltage of 925 mV and add overclock on the core, which would be about the same value as with 75% pl.


I compared the bminer and gminer on a grinmint bminer gives a larger hash, but a rather high percentage of rejects. The gminer gives a slightly smaller hash rate, but this is offset by the lack of rejects. It should be borne in mind that the gminer loads the processor more than the bminer. The next test that I’ll run is bminer on f2pool (bminer has fewer rejects on this bullet) and grinmint on gminer. 2 identical rig. I like both the miner and the competition between them.


In our mining experience ...

Less rejects is MUCH more favourable than higher hash. We (specifically I) have been a miner since the beginning, so in my books, gminer with less rejects will amount to a much better track record than a higher hashing miner with much more rejects. As I look at this in the coming days, it is specifically for the CWI IntraMining System, so I would only every go for the most optimized version.

These versions of course would need to work with Fedora 27/29 x64 OS as all our miners are based on Fedora 27 currently, with a couple CentOS 7 and Fedora 29 miners as well.

Seems you get good figures. What cards are these 1080TI?

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January 24, 2019, 02:36:23 PM
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Awesome! I heard about grin a few months ago and almost forgot about it. It's still extremely different from what I'm used to, what with there being no addresses etc, but I'm excited to learn more. Time for a crash course before the 15th.
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January 24, 2019, 02:41:22 PM
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Is there an ANN thread in bitcointalk.org or the official grin forum?

 because I feel uneasy of trusting them without any user comments.

Could be a virus chest.

Well I haven't found one, but I think that GrinPro's team is related to Ace miner:

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=5097693.0

Both miners passed my security check, but that doesn't really say much.
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January 24, 2019, 02:46:03 PM
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bminer 1080ti 7.0-7.4 G/s   925mV ~ 180w.

If regulated through Pl. (75%) then the voltage per core is above 1000mV, then the video card does not work well. Lower consumption is higher hashrate, does not sound likely, but it is a fact! Deliver a fixed voltage of 925 mV and add overclock on the core, which would be about the same value as with 75% pl.


I compared the bminer and gminer on a grinmint bminer gives a larger hash, but a rather high percentage of rejects. The gminer gives a slightly smaller hash rate, but this is offset by the lack of rejects. It should be borne in mind that the gminer loads the processor more than the bminer. The next test that I’ll run is bminer on f2pool (bminer has fewer rejects on this bullet) and grinmint on gminer. 2 identical rig. I like both the miner and the competition between them.


In our mining experience ...

Less rejects is MUCH more favourable than higher hash. We (specifically I) have been a miner since the beginning, so in my books, gminer with less rejects will amount to a much better track record than a higher hashing miner with much more rejects. As I look at this in the coming days, it is specifically for the CWI IntraMining System, so I would only every go for the most optimized version.

These versions of course would need to work with Fedora 27/29 x64 OS as all our miners are based on Fedora 27 currently, with a couple CentOS 7 and Fedora 29 miners as well.

Seems you get good figures. What cards are these 1080TI?

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1080ti maps of my friend. I just told him how to fix the voltage, without touching the sliders adjust Pl. If I had 1080 I would send them to c31 =)

I have only 1070 and 1070Ti. 8 * 1070Ti bminer - 36.6 / gminer 34.8 - 900mV

Regarding rejects. Bminer has a problem not on all pools. Therefore, it is not correct to say that he is worse / better than the gminer.

At the moment, both miners are actively developing. You have to choose the pool and miner that will be better for you.
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