[REQUEST] Miners for adding to HiveOS | Майнеры для добавления в HiveOS



  • edited June 12
    @hereticangel @hamednik

    FYI new version of XMR-STAK supports XTL. I am mining it now with no changes
  • @hoogs thanks, i had done this workaround before hive added the new xmr-stak upgrade. thanks anyways
  • edited June 13
    @HaloGenius regarding your post and reply to the other user on the TDXMINER being unstable and being under test. I have made custom modification of your miner structure (agent.monitor/miner scripts) and have managed to get it working without an issue using also collecting live stats from a helper script like you do with lolminer. Its been working pretty much without an issue for the last 24 hours. I do see sometimes GPUs going off track producing lower hash but this isnt something a restart using the tuning/hashdrop function could address.


    As you can see i've linked the tdxminer files to the dstm tag as the dstm is useless in AMD builds.

    As for your telegram announcements about this miner, some of us including me with multiple rigs on HIVE are paying for using your system on a monthly basis, so if we are requesting a new miner, a condescending tone is not appreciated as from my point of view you're doing your job providing latest miners for a monthly fee! If you're concerned about network difficulty, which is correct, perhaps the right approach would've been to include such niche miners only for your paying customer only, this way you will eliminate all the freeloaders getting the latest algos and thus remove a lot of unnecessary hash power raising the difficulty.

    I appreciate the hive team being up to date and very on time with new algos and miner upgraders, you're doing a fantastic job, however a coin's difficulty is not something you should be concerned with. MNX fucked up since they lie about "low volatility and market price control" on their whitepaper, if they'd done according to their whitepaper a lot of people would still be mining it to date.

    Anyways, many people like me who are comfortable in linux and have got to know your system do make it work eventually, but its not fair i pay over $30 monthly, and yet write code to get a new miner working with your platform.

    Also sgminer djm simply doesnt work for lyra2z so some sort of a miner is needed since there are many coins using this algorithm now.
  • edited June 13
    Yes it's work ... it's not to hard to who in Linux like fish in a water .... but did you read this?

    We decided not to add all the miners in a row, but only popular ones. On the one hand, this will clutter up the disk space space, and with the other the loss of time for the developer. We constantly monitor trends and update old software, delete what has lost its relevance and add new software.
    From time to time people ask us to add this or that miner.
    This happens during HYIPs, after which almost nobody uses the miner. For example, we were very much asked to add a lolminer and an optiminer during the HYIP to the MNXcoin, we added it, the hype passed and now the share of these miners is only 0.01% ...
    Currently, we are seriously busy preparing the release of HiveOS 2.0 but we want to add users the ability to add "custom miner" and carry out integration into the system. This is in the roadmap and that's all for now.
    To be honestly we don't have a common opinion on this matter - it's may be way to add custom miner (but as you write you don't like this way), or accessible only for payable accounts, or maybe plugins from web store ...

    We're glad to hear opinions of our customers to realize a solution that will suit all of us.
  • @HaloGenius

    Yes it was also posted on your telegram announcements channel which is what i am referring to in my post. At least watch out for your paying customers if you are concerned about difficulty levels.
  • @hamednik
    I was update my post - It's topic for discuss
  • Прошу добавить:
    - coolMiner fork ccminer 2.2.5
    - NVIDIA
    - более профитный
    - Lyra2z only
    - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=4412370.0
  • EWBF update for Equihash mining changes.

    Solver for equihash 200,9 has been deleted.
    Solvers for Equihash 192,7 and 144,5 has been added


  • edited June 15
    Прошу добавить:
    T-Rex miner fork ccminer 2.2.5 (tpruvot)

    T-Rex miner for modern Nvidia GPUs - Pascal & Maxwell generations

    Supported algorithms: Lyra2z, Tribus, Phi1612. Linux version only.
    This is a beta version so many features are missing or may not work properly. New algorithms/improvements are on their way.
    Supported GPU architecture: Pascal (10xx series) and Maxwell


    1070 (Core +160, Mem -500): ~2300 Kh/s
    1070 Ti (Core +210, Mem -600): ~2900-3000 Kh/s
    1080 Ti: 4200 Kh/s

    1070 (Core +190, Mem 0):
    PL 150W - 77 Mh/s
    PL 130W - 74 Mh/s
    1070 Ti (Core +210, Mem -600):
    PL 180W - 101 Mh/s
    PL 150W - 95 Mh/s
    1080 Ti: ?

    1070 (Core +170, Mem -500):
    PL 130W - 23 Mh/s
    1070 Ti (Core +210, Mem -600):
    PL 180W - 31.5 Mh/s
    PL 150W - 29.8 Mh/s

    I tested on lyra2z:

    1080ti ~ 4390
    1070ti ~ 3000
    1070 ~ 2350

    Amazing miner!
  • Will a PHI2 miner be added for LUX COre v5?
  • bbadw0lf wrote: »
    Will a PHI2 miner be added for LUX COre v5?
    ccminer 2.2.6 from tpruvot already added and supported phi2
  • Hello ! would you be able to add Miner TDXminer-v0.2.2.2 to AMD? link:


    to enable the work of other currencies with lyra2z algorithm

    thank you
  • cya wrote: »
    EWBF update for Equihash mining changes.

    Solver for equihash 200,9 has been deleted.
    Solvers for Equihash 192,7 and 144,5 has been added


    Please update EWBF, this would enable mining of BTCz without the need of the zhasher miner stated above.
  • Upvote for T-Rex miner above
  • Upvote for T-Rex miner above

    t-rex is currently a little unstable and offers no API. I'm currently using it with 1070 TI's however it just doesnt want to work with my 1070 MSI rig... i saw in the bitcointalk forum that others were also experiencing the same issue
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