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  1. Crypto Mining is a way of mining a specific coin by using the hashing power of your machines devices. More info here. Below we will discuss how to mine Denrius(DNR) Coin from one of the many mining pools available. First we must decide on what pool we want to mine too. Below is a list of mining pools available with the tribus algo for mining Denarius(DNR): http://neonpool.sytes.net/https://dnr.coin-miners.info/http://yiimp.ccminer.org/http://pool.denarius.name/http://brutum-pool.com/https://pool.coin-miners.info/http://hashbag.cchttp://kawaiipool.party/http://www.zpool.ca/ Generally on a mining pools site you will find instructions on what to edit your bat file to start mining (which I will cover in a bit). Once we have decided on the pool we wish to mine too, we must then find a miner we want to use. Below is a list of miners. Some miners are specific, such as to mine with your computers GPU or CPU, as well as which GPU or CPU your machine has. So you cant mine with a AMD card using a CUDA miner (Nvidia miner) and vise versa. So make sure you select the correct miner for your GPU or CPU you are going to use: Tribus CPU Miner Source: https://github.com/carsenk/cpuminer-multi (Tested and working on Linux and Windows) tpruvot has kindly updated the CPU Miner Multi Source for Tribus: https://github.com/tpruvot/cpuminer-multi Tribus CPU Miner for Windows: https://github.com/carsenk/cpuminer-multi/releases/download/v1.0-T/cpuminer.exe Optimized CPU Miner: Git: https://github.com/JayDDee/cpuminer-opt Optimized CPU Miner Windows Binary: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0lVSGQYLJIZNHhCeE5iUHluUUE/view?usp=sharing Tribus GPU Miner for NVIDIA GPUs on Windows: https://github.com/carsenk/ccminer/releases/download/v2.0-tpruvot-tribus/ccminer-2.1-tribus.7z Tribus GPU Miner for NVIDIA GPU Source: https://github.com/tpruvot/ccminer Tribus AMD GPU sgminer Source: https://github.com/carsenk/sph-sgminer-tribus Tribus AMD GPU sgminer Windows: https://github.com/carsenk/sph-sgminer-tribus/releases New Tribus AMD GPU sgminer (v5.3.7): http://ccminer.org/preview/sgminer-x64-5.3.7.zip Newer Tribus AMD GPU sgminer v5.3.8: http://ccminer.org/preview/sgminer-x64-5.3.8.zip Enkayz-Hashbag Tribus ccminer v2.2-Skunk: https://hashbag.cc/ccminer-2.2-skunk.zip Now that we have the pool we wish to mine too, and the miner we want to use we cant start setting up our miner! Now as an example lets say we have a Nvidia card we want to use to mine and we have downloaded the "Tribus GPU Miner for NVIDIA on windows" which is a "ccminer". Once we download the correct miner, we open up the miners folder and start creating our bat file, which will be used to start up the miner (some miners come with a bat file already created that we just need to edit). Lets say that no bat file came with the miner, so lets make one. Create a new "Text Document" in the miners folder. (Right click in miners folder > New > Text Document) Now with in the text document add the below text: ccminer-x64 -a tribus -o stratum+tcp://stratum-eu.coin-miners.info:8533 -u DEA4Z4NJps67KDG5NxoUkfKc4XLs1QbpjT -p x pause Above is my bat file text for my personal PC to mine when I'm not using it (in over words when I'm at work or in bed lol) so you will have to edit the files text to your details. Lets break this down, as my miner set up will be different to yours: ccminer-x64 "ccminer-x64" is the .exe file that will be started with in the bat file. In other words the complied miner itself. -a tribus "-a tribus" -a is used to define the algorithm to be used by the miner. -o stratum+tcp://stratum-eu.coin-miners.info:8533 "-o stratum+tcp://stratum-eu.coin-miners.info:8533" -o is used to define the pool we wish to mine to. You will find this information on most pools help page. -u DEA4Z4NJps67KDG5NxoUkfKc4XLs1QbpjT "-u DEA4Z4NJps67KDG5NxoUkfKc4XLs1QbpjT" -u is the wallet address for DNR you wish to mine too. Its really the worker username. You can get a wallet address by downloading the Denarius Wallet. More info on the Denarius Wallet here. But you will need an address so you can obtain and hold your DNR coins earned. -p x "-p x" -p is the password, which is not important or used by most pools. So don't worry about this, but it is still needed in the miners bat file. pause "pause" I use pause at the end of my bat file. I do this as if the miner does not work it will not just close itself down, but pause so I can see any useful information that may be present to help me troubleshoot why the miner failed to start. So all you have to really change is the "-o" for the pools address:port and "-u" to your Denarius Wallet Address. Ok! Now that we have the text file populated we can now turn it in to a bat file. Click File > Save As and name the file what ever you wish, such as "start miner", but at the end of the file name you have chosen add ".bat". So an example would be: "start miner.bat". Your miner folder should look something like this: Great! We now have our miner bat file all ready to start earning us some DNR! All we have to do now is double click our bat file "start miner.bat" and you will see a DoS box / CMD open with information on the miner. If all is well you will start to see you miner hashing like below: You know everything is working correctly when you see your miner hashing and on some miners you get a sign that you are mining such as the green "Yes!" as seen above. If you see a lot of "Boo's" then you have an issue and should stop your miner and investigate. A "Boo's" every now and then is fine. The breakdown of the above is that my two GeForce GTX 680s are hashing at around 16 MH/s each @ 71 degrees temp with the fan speed at 85%. It should be around 20MH/s but the miner has just been started and will take a bit of time to get to its average hashing power. Always make sure to check you Temps! Good practice is to download a monitor for you devices to keep check on them so they don't over heat. If you device starts to get too hot I would under clock them slightly. Thanks and I hope this helps Stu
  2. JCE Cryptonote CPU Miner Welcome to the Fastest Cryptonote CPU Miner ever! You can download it from the page or directly here: Download JCE_Miner Is that a Virus? No! Like all miners, JCE gets detected as a virus by most Antiviruses, including Windows Defender. But it’s not. Read more about Privacy and Security below. Is it just yet-another fork of a common miner? No! You’re not losing your time testing a made-up rip of a common miner, JCE is brand new, using 100% new code. Are the new Monero-V, Cryptolight-V7 and Cryptonight-Heavy forks supported? Yes! The --variation parameter let you choose the fork. More details below. Speed In short, JCE is: Crazy fast on non-AES 64-bits, usually 35-40% faster than other miners Still faster on non-AES 32-bits, usually beating even the other miners 64-bits versions And still faster on non-AES 32-bits Cryptonight-Heavy, with usually +50% speed. Barely faster than the other best on AES 64-bits, beating them by ~1%, +2.8% on V7 fork Also a lot faster on AES 32-bits, but it’s a rare case (mostly seen on Intel Atom tablets) Here’s a benchmark against three other common miners. The test is fair: run on the exact same Win10 Pro computer, all Huge Pages enabled, no background task, best configuration. XMRStak means: the released Unified binary from github (not recompiled myself) XMRig means: the respective best released binary gcc (32-bits) and msvc (64-bits) from github (not recompiled myself) Claymore means: best Claymore CPU (3.4 for 32-bits, 3.9 for 64-bits) When not supported, score is zero, if not tested yet, score is ? Fees are included in the score Core2 Quad 2.666 GHz, 4 threads, 64-bits, Cryptonight JCE XMRStak XMRig Claymore 116 80 85 57 Core2 Quad 2.666 GHz, 4 threads, 32-bits, Cryptonight JCE XMRStak XMRig Claymore 93 0 68 50 Ryzen 1600, 8 threads, 64-bits, Cryptonight JCE XMRStak XMRig Claymore 506 502 502 443 Ryzen 1600, 8 threads, 32-bits, Cryptonight JCE XMRStak XMRig Claymore 434 0 327 275 Ryzen 1600, 8 threads, 64-bits, Cryptonight V7 JCE XMRStak XMRig Claymore 503 492 491 ? Ryzen 1600, 8 threads, 32-bits, Cryptonight V7 JCE XMRStak XMRig Claymore 424 0 320 ? Core2 Quad 2.666 GHz, 4 threads, 64-bits, Cryptonight Heavy JCE XMRStak XMRig Claymore 50 33 36 0 Ryzen 1600, 4 threads, 64-bits, Cryptonight Heavy JCE XMRStak XMRig Claymore 252 169 250 0 Ryzen 1600, 4 threads, 32-bits, Cryptonight Heavy JCE XMRStak XMRig Claymore 191 0 174 0 Basic topics Q. Is it free (as in beer, as in freedom)? No and no. It has fees, and is not open source. But the program itself is free to distribute. Q. How much cost the fees? Current fees are: 3.0% when using at least one mining thread with non-AES architecture, or 32-bits 1.5% when using only 64-bits AES architecture The fees are twice higher in non-AES mode and/or 32-bits because JCE offers a huge performance gain here. Q. Can I avoid fees? Not really. I plan to offer a paying per-licence-no-fee (pay-once-for-all) version, but it’s a lot more complicated to set up than a fee-based miner. Also, JCE never takes any fee during the first minute, so if you run it, and kill it after one minute, and repeat again and again, then you’ll never pay any fee, but JCE takes a few seconds to start, and your Pool probably won’t let your reconnect continuously. Q. Will it work on my computer? Minimum is Windows 7 32-bits, with a SSE2 capable CPU. 64-bits is faster, prefer it. For best performance, Huge Pages must be enabled, JCE will try to auto-configure them, but it may work or not depending on your Windows version and security configuration. Q. What currency can I mine? On which pools? You can mine any coin on any pool. If your coin is listed, all is automatic. Run the miner with --coins parameter to get the up-to-date list. Current list is: Monero (XMR) Monero-V (XMV) Electroneum (ETN) Karbowanec (KRB) Bytecoin (BCN) Sumokoin (SUMO) Bitcoal (COAL) Bitcedi (BXC) Dinastycoin (DCY) Leviarcoin (XLC) Fonero (FNO) Turtlecoin (TRTL) Graft (GRFT) Dero (DERO) Stellite (XTL) UltraNote (XUN) Intense (INTS) Crepcoin (CREP) Pluracoin (PLURA) Haven (XHV) FreelaBit (FBF) BlueberriesCoin (BBC) B2BCoin (B2B) Bitsum (BSM) Masari (MSR) SuperiorCoin (SUP) EDollar (EDL) Interplanetary Broadcast (IPBC) Masari (MSR) Alloy (XAO) BBSCoin (BBS) BitcoiNote (BTCN) Elya (ELYA) Iridium (IRD) Italo (ITA) Lines (LNS) Niobio (NBR) Ombre (OMB) Solace (SOL) Triton (TRIT) Truckcoin (TRKC) Qwertycoin (QWC) Nicehash Cryptonight v7 Minergate Cryptonight MiningPoolHub Cryptonight MiningRigRentals Cryptonight v7 Suprnova Cryptonight Otherwise, use the --any parameter, plus the --variation N parameter, with N the fork number, see list below. The fork detection is automatic on known coins, but manual on unknown coins. The coin list is periodically updated. Q. Is Nicehash supported? Yes, see list above. The Nicehash-specific Nonce is then automatically enabled. Q. Is SSL supported? Yes, with parameter --ssl Q. I get only bad shares, what happens? Your coin has probably forked. Add --variation N parameter, with N as listed below, until you find the one that works. Q. Is there a HTTP server to monitor the miner? No, modern pools provide all you need to monitor your miners (average hashrate, worker-id…). Monitoring is now a pool’s job. Advanced topics Q. Are there requirements or dependencies? No. JCE is just a big standalone .exe Q. Is there a Linux version? Not yet. Q. Is there a GPU version? Not yet. Q. Is there a 32-bits version? Yes, both 32 and 64 are always in the same release. Q. How many threads can I setup? Maximum is 64 threads on 64 CPUs. Q. Do I get a discount on fees if I use SSL? I’m not Claymore. Q. What is that value logged when I find a share? The amount of hashes your pool will credit you. This is not the amount of crypto-coins. Q. How is developed JCE? The network and stratum handling is C++14, and the mining algos are assembly (to be precise, GNU Extended Assembly). Hence the speed increase. Q. Can I plug it to a stratum proxy? No, it must mine on a real pool on Internet. Q. Is it really new? It looks familiar to me… Yes it is. But it reuses, on purpose, some de-facto conventions from other common miners, like a XMRStak-style cpu configuration, and the colors of Claymore (green=share, red=error, blue=hashrate, yellow=status). Q. How is the hashrate calculated? That’s the average speed of the last 512 hashes (not shares found, computed hashes), rounded at 0.01. And it’s fair, the displayed number has no tweak, and includes the fees. The total is first summed from exact per-thread values, then rounded (said differently, it’s a rounded sum, not sum of rounded). Q. Can I get a long-time speed average? Better look at your pool’s reports, but JCE also gives the average effective net hashrate when pressing R. It’s usually slightly lower than the physical hashrate because of outdated shares and fees. Q. Can I do multi-pool auto-switch in case of failure? Or periodically? Not directly, but the -q and/or the --autoclose parameters, with the help of a simple .bat, can do the job. The .zip comes with an example, open and edit it to match your needs. Q. Can I mix architectures when mining (i.e. thread 1 uses core2, thread 2 uses pentium4)? It sounds strange, but yes. However, that’s mostly useful for tests. Q. I used “use_cache”:false and it still has a strong negative impact on other threads The no-cache mode means the cache is instantly invalidated once used, not always entirely bypassed, depending on your hardware. And a mining thread always has an impact on TLB. So don’t try to use extra mining threads playing with the no-cache mode, rather use the dual-thread mining, which is made for that precise purpose. Q. What a great job! Can I make a donation? Thanks bro. You can, with the --donate parameter which raise the fees to 80%, or by sending coins to the donation wallet (the one in the start.bat file included). Cryptonight Forks All current forks are supported: N=0 Automatic N=1 Original Cryptonight N=2 Original Cryptolight (for AEON) N=3 Cryptonight V7 fork of April-2018 N=4 Cryptolight V7 fork of April-2018 N=5 Cryptonight-Heavy N=6 Cryptolight-IPBC The current Automatic mode behaves the old way on alt-coins: Monero, Monero-V and Stellite are now Cryptonight V7, Sumokoin is now Cryptonight-Heavy, Aeon is still Cryptolight TurtleCoin is now Cryptolight V7 Interplanetary Broadcast has is own Cryptolight-IPBC Everything else is still assumed Cryptonight
  3. Firstly, thanks to everyone on DenariusTalk and the Discord (especially Carsen) who has put up with my persistent questions and helped out with this project over the past few weeks. Hopefully this article will make it all worth it. Over the last month I have learned how to build my own stake box using a Raspberry Pi. Prior to doing this I had no practical knowledge of Raspberry Pi's or Linux whatsoever. It has been a steep learning curve! I looked at lots of different PoS cryptocurrencies and for a number of reasons decided to use Denarius to illustrate the example. While the primary goal is to help an absolute newbie build their own stake box, the guide may also encourage more people to get involved with Denarius, so feel free to share it around. https://steemit.com/cryptocurrency/@nzcrypto/guide-how-to-build-a-cryptocurrency-proof-of-stake-mining-box-for-absolute-newbies
  4. How to setup a NOMP mining pool for Denarius. This is a basic guide to get someone headed in the right direction to getting a pool to work. I can run 2 coins on a $5 Vultr VPS with small hashrate, so far. Update Ubuntu 16.04 apt-get update apt-get dist-upgrade Create a swap file dd if=/dev/zero of=/mnt/myswap.swap bs=1M count=4000 mkswap /mnt/myswap.swap swapon /mnt/myswap.swap Create swap file to keep this persistent nano /etc/fstab Insert at the bottom of the file /mnt/myswap.swap none swap sw 0 0 Install required packages apt-get install build-essential libtool autotools-dev autoconf pkg-config libssl-dev apt-get install libboost-all-dev git npm nodejs nodejs-legacy libminiupnpc-dev redis-server add-apt-repository ppa:bitcoin/bitcoin apt-get update apt-get install libdb4.8-dev libdb4.8++-dev curl https://raw.githubusercontent.com/creationix/nvm/v0.16.1/install.sh | sh source ~/.profile nvm install 0.10.25 nvm use 0.10.25 Make a new user since you aren't going to use root for this. dduser usernameyourwant Give new user sudo access adduser usernameyousetup sudo Reboot and login as the new user reboot Denarius Wallet Daemon Setup Get dependencies apt-get --assume-yes install git unzip build-essential libssl-dev libdb++-dev libboost-all-dev libcrypto++-dev libqrencode-dev libminiupnpc-dev libgmp-dev libgmp3-dev autoconf libevent-dev autogen automake libtool Compile Denarius Daemon git clone https://github.com/carsenk/denarius cd denarius git checkout master cd src make -f makefile.unix sudo mv ~/denarius/src/denariusd /usr/local/bin/denariusd Get chaindata and extract to .denarius folder apt-get -y install unzip cd ~/.denarius rm -rf database txleveldb smsgDB wget https://github.com/carsenk/denarius/releases/download/v3.2/chaindata1451336.zip unzip chaindata.zip Edit denarius.conf nano ~/.denarius/denarius.conf Insert this into denarius.conf rpcuser=denariusrpc rpcpassword=USERANDOMPASSWORDHERE!!! gen=0 server=1 listen=1 rpcallowip=127.0.0.1 rpcport=32369 daemon=1 Run the wallet so its syncing while you do this sudo denariusd --daemon Get a DNR address so the pool has a wallet. Save this address for a step below. Address goes into pool_configs/denarius.json eventually. denariusd getnewaddress Mining Pool Setup cd git clone https://github.com/carsenk/node-open-mining-portal.git nomp cd nomp sudo npm update You want to create a config.json in the main nomp directory. Replace your IP address and take note of changing port 8080 to some random port. Sample config.json https://pastebin.com/JFp5ZKq6 Create the Coin denarius.json under nomp/coins Sample denarius.json https://pastebin.com/XjiXVLCM Create the pool config for denarius under nomp/pool_configs. Replace DNRPOOLWALLETDAEMONADDRESS with address used from Denarius wallet daemon getnewaddress from above. Change DNRFEEPAYMENTADDRESS to your fee payment address and 1.0 is 1% fee. Use RPC user and pass that you have in your denarius.conf. Change ports and difficulty for your needs. Sample denarius.json https://pastebin.com/23F9Cfwq Starting the pool. cd cd nomp npm install [email protected] node init.js Now go your your IPADDRESS:PORT in your web browser and get to mining on your pool. I also disabled root access, password logins and only allow SSH key login to the new user.
  5. Pool http://zergpool.com/ Latest Sniffdog Miner Download https://github.com/pinpins/Sniffdogminer/releases After downloading and unzipping, go into the directory and copy and paste the startsniffin_Zergpool_Bitcoin.bat and rename to startsniffin_Zergpool_Denarius.bat Edit the .bat to show something like this. powershell -version 5.0 -noexit -executionpolicy bypass -windowstyle maximized -command "&.\SniffDogBitcoin.ps1 -StatsInterval 1 -Username Tyredas -Workername Beeboop -RigName Sniffdog001 -Currency USD -Passwordcurrency DNR -interval 120 -Delay 1 -Wallet DBuzzkiLLrF4aTeSbYGWUD9bxKhud9DSiV -Location US -PoolName zergpool -Type nvidia -Algorithm blake2s,Lyra2RE2,skunk,x17,skein,Nist5,phi,neoscrypt,c11,xevan,tribus,lyra2z,timetravel,sib,hsr,keccakc,x16r,hmq1725,yescryptr16,yescrypt,M7M,x16s -Donate 5 Change -Passwordcurrency BTC to -Passwordcurrency DNR Change wallet to your DNR Wallet Address I changed -Type nvidia,cpu to -Type nvidia
  6. Shield Currency Mining Guide https://shieldx.sh Block Explorer https://altmix.org/coins/2-SHIELD Mining Pools http://xsh.umine.org https://umine.org/site/mining https://bigmine.org/ http://antminepool.com/ https://nlpool.nl/ https://bsod.pw/ http://pool.n-engine.com/ https://www.mining-dutch.nl/ https://hash-to-coins.com/index.php https://blake2s.com/ Work in progress as I need to find the best ccminer's and configs for each pool. Below are my favorite pools and algos (x17 and blake2s) on Nvidia. Sample .bat files (remember if a pool has 5 algos, each algo needs a new XSH address) Check profitability of each algo here https://blockstats.pw/shield/ Blake2s https://github.com/nemosminer/ccminerAlexis78/releases ccminer -a blake2s -o stratum+tcp://xsh.umine.org:5766 -u XSHWALLET -p c=XSH --cpu-priority=3 --intensity=30 ccminer -a blake2s -o stratum+tcp://s.antminepool.com:5766 -u XSHWALLET -p c=XSH,stats --cpu-priority=3 --intensity=30 ccminer -a blake2s -o stratum+tcp://pool.bilbotel.fr:5766 -u XSHWALLET -p c=XSHB --cpu-priority=3 --intensity=30 x17 https://github.com/nemosminer/ccminer-hcash/releases ccminer-alexis -i 20 -a x17 -o stratum+tcp://pool.bsod.pw:3737 -u XSHWALLET.rigname -p c=XSH --cpu-priority=3 Lyra2v2 https://github.com/nemosminer/ccminerAlexis78/releases ccminer -a lyra2v2 -o stratum+tcp://pool.bilbotel.fr:4533 -u XSHWALLET -p c=XSH --cpu-priority=3 --intensity=20 My-Gr https://github.com/nemosminer/ccminerAlexis78/releases ccminer -a myr-gr -o stratum+tcp://pool.bilbotel.fr:5433 -u XSHWALLET -p c=XSH --cpu-priority=3 Scrypt USB Moon Lander Asic bfgminer.exe --scrypt -o stratum+tcp://pool.bilbotel.fr:3433 -u XSHWALLET -p c=XSH -S MLD:all --set MLD:clock=600
  7. BSOD.PW supports Denarius! Welcome to the world of lucky mining! http://bsod.pw ccminer -a tribus -o stratum+tcp://eu1.bsod.pw:2153 -u YOURWALLETADDRESS.rigname -p x -R 5 More than 15 000 lucky miners knows why it is worthy to mine with bsod.pw Telegram BSOD News https://t.me/bsodnews [EN] BSOD Support https://t.me/BsodPool_EN [RU] BSOD Support https://t.me/bsodpool Telegram bot (recommended miners and commands) - miners and configs http://t.me/bsodpw_bot BSOD Discord https://discord.gg/zwYddjX Twitter https://twitter.com/BsodPool Be wise. Be profitable. Happy mining! Your bsod.pw team.
  8. I'm new to DNR mining. I've tried yiimp pool and hashbag.cc but am getting the same error with constant rejected. Any ideas why. I'm pretty sure I've setup the bat file correctly. sgminer.exe -o stratum+tcp://hashbag.cc:8688 -u DJs4qEg6Bbnpz7Md5k7FryshtfMPE8cw4H -p x Any ideas?
  9. I am having issues setting up my miner...I have previously used the claymore miner to dual mine eth and sia. This is my bat file. @echo off echo "starting up sgminer" @setx GPU_FORCE_64BIT_PTR 0 @setx GPU_MAX_HEAP_SIZE 100 @setx GPU_USE_SYNC_OBJECTS 1 @setx GPU_SINGLE_ALLOC_PERCENT 100 Call :start pause GOTO ENDE :start @set GPU_MAX_ALLOC_PERCENT = 100 DEL /F *.bin sgminer.exe -a tribus -o stratum+tcp://yiimp.ccminer.org:<8533> -u <DShQSQhPnsV3tv5iZBLj7uVCULtm6r1MWe> -p x EXIT /B 0 :ENDE
  10. jarleven

    DenariOS

    Community developed Linux distribution for mining Denarius. Suggestions in here please. Development will be done in https://github.com/jarleven/DenariOS Short term goals: Script for setting up miner and GPU drivers Long term goals: ISO liveCD with disk less support (USB). Web interface or other options to configure miner settings (no keyboard mouse screen required) Unattended install: https://askubuntu.com/questions/122505/how-do-i-create-a-completely-unattended-install-of-ubuntu http://www.zerodev.it/automating-centos-netinstall-with-kickstart-and-remastering.html Some things to look into : https://www.linux.com/learn/roll-your-own-customized-ubuntu-uck https://help.ubuntu.com/community/InstallCDCustomization GPU drivers: http://www.webupd8.org/2016/06/how-to-install-latest-nvidia-drivers-in.html https://askubuntu.com/questions/335285/how-to-change-proprietary-video-driver-using-the-command-line https://askubuntu.com/questions/830983/how-to-winstall-nvidia-drivers-to-use-cuda-without-also-installing-x11
  11. Mining farms I firmly believe are bad for a coin in its infancy. A coin relies on miners to be able to spread the word and create hype. The more miners there are, the more people there are to spread the word about a coin. If we centralise the mining instead to large-scale farmers, it is unlikely to create as much hype and we may even discourage new miners to join, due to too high a difficulty level that is not inline with the value of the coin (I have personally witnessed people turning away from DNR for that specific reason). We also run the risk of farmers dumping a large number of coins at once, thereby keeping the price of the coin down. When instead it is decentralised across a multitude of miners, this risk diminishes, as not all miners would want to dump for short term profit - some speculate at longer term pricing and also the number of coins they hold is much smaller than that of large-scale mining farms. So with that in mind, I wanted to reach out to the community here and hear what your thoughts are on large mining farms, and most importantly to collect ideas on how we could potentially reduce, delay or completely remove large scale mining farms.
  12. https://whattomine.com/coins/187-dnr-tribus?utf8=✓&hr=1&p=150.0&fee=0.0&cost=0.1&hcost=0.0&commit=Calculate
  13. You can now calculate how much DNR you can mine with your rig on https://whattomine.com/coins/187-dnr-tribus?utf8=✓&hr=1&p=150.0&fee=0.0&cost=0.1&hcost=0.0&commit=Calculate
  14. Hello Can we get a forum specific to mining topics? I see that people are using this as the default for mining topics.
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