What is the fastest / best ZenCash/Zcash Equihash miner? VoskCoin reviews DSTM vs Bminer as well as what cryptocurrencies he is currently mining.
DSTM + Bminer can mine - ZenCash - Zcash - Snowgem - Bitcoinz - Bitcoin Gold - Hush - Zclassic - Bitcoin Private - Komodo - Safecoin +
DSTM Dev Fee Address - https://goo.gl/wMUQSq
DSTM Bitcointalk ANN thread - https://goo.gl/oFri5o
Bminer Bitcointalk announcement thread - https://goo.gl/vuV2wq
Graphics Cards IN STOCK on Amazon - http://geni.us/nti5asr
Mining Rig Parts IN STOCK on Amazon - http://geni.us/WQd7cCs
DSTM Example SETUP (Copy + Paste BAT)
--server mining.miningspeed.com --port 3022 --user s1kG43681gYvLnzjJMgau63UJkvZV54Z8ba.$rigName --pass x
Bminer SETUP EXAMPLE (Copy + Paste BAT)
-uri stratum://[email protected]:3057
Zhash Pro ZenCash Mining Pool used in this comparison review
DSTM Zhash Zen address - https://goo.gl/XeTXhs
Bminer Zhash Zen address - https://goo.gl/8eyufE
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Hey +VoskCoin and others! With Monro forking, for whatever reason I am having trouble configuring SMOS to work with it. I'm trying to use it with xmr.nanopool.org and the new xmrig-amd-v2.5.2 miner. Can anyone help me out with a good config string? Thanks so much for this awesome community.
Hey Vosk I dont use simple miner but use windows directly and I find using bminer is more profitable after using it on my 6 card 1080 rig on supernova over night it was 10-15% faster in overall average hashrate and pay was almost 30 cents more in zencash. My overclock settings are same but bminer is more stable and better in my test and overall opinion. When trying to overclock more on bminer I did get constant restarts but once it got stable it was way better.
Hi was wondering if u know about these Boards I seen them on ebay but not amazon. 12 GPU but with USB 3 connections instead of slots B250 BTC Mining Mainboard LGA1151 DDR4 12 Card 2*DDR4 2800/3000 USB3.0 RE Please let me know what u think Thanks for all your insight ive learned a lot.
Hey Vosk... kinda heads up and would be great. If you hear or anything about the Asrock GPUs for mining come out , can you update us or do vid. You got good pull so if you happen to contact the Asrock company for deets that would be amazing for your channel and us folks. Tks bro Kevin @BaumerYXE
Glad to hear you are promoting DSTM over BMINER. Lot's of debate over this, but it does appear the consensus has shown that BMINER isn't worth it - it does some shady things on your network and yes, shows a higher sol/s rate, but earns equal or less than DSTM.
If anyone is looking for a free, open source GUI for DSTM, feel free to check mine out: https://wowfishmonger.weebly.com/mining.html
It's just something I've been playing with as an alternative to those closed source miners on my personal rig.
I don't think that's how it works. I think the software will spend 1% of *time* mining to the dev address, not yours. So a 1% fee equals 1 minute out of 100 minutes mining for the dev. The rest is yours. We need good mining software, so I have no problem with 1% dev fee. A profit share scheme is fair and encourages miner development and improvments.
I'm by no means an expert on the subject, but from my understanding, the miner, whichever one you use, by default will submit a small percentage of shares to the developers address rather than yours. This should be specified on the download page. From what I gather, the miner software usually subtract that percentage of shares from your miner's total shares. This however, is not the case with Bminer and I'm not entirely sure why the dev would make that decision.
Most of these miner software are open source. Feel free to clone from git and compile one without the dev fee if you know how. If you don't, well that's their advantage and they deserved to get paid as long as your are using their software.
Not surprising to me. Bminer has again and again been proven to be worse not including the shadiness behind bminer... That miner has been proven to inflate hashrates and sends suspicious encrypted traffic. Check out the zcash Reddit and search bminer on it. Everything that comes up is it being shady.
Fair enough. I did not think about the silicon lottery variable, this is something outside of our control. However, the proposition I proposed would give us a closer representation of actual figures than the one discussed in the video. Either way, the margin would be minimal and as we've just discussed it is very unlikely we can ever get a perfect 1:1. Thanks for the discussion, and the video as well Vosk!
Johnathan Brabant Sorry, thats true. What I'm saying is variances in silicone lottery in each gpus will never allow a direct 1 to 1 compassion. Variances in mining luck and difficulty, whether or not your mining on the same day or not, will not allow a direct comparison. Theses are just the facts. It's kind of like your question answered itself.
How so? Mining on two different days will give different results, difficulty changes and hashrate changes. You gave no example of how this is flawed, just an empty opinion. Mining on 3x the same cards on dstm and 3x same card on bminer, will eliminate these variables. I'm open to being incorrect, but at least give a reason why.
I have concerns for the longevity of coins with names like snowgem and pigeoncoin. As much as the name shouldn't matter as much as the tech, I think there's a strong psychological element that's going to be hard for markets to overlook.
I fully see what he's getting at. He's saying that the average person will hear the names of those coins and think, "is that a joke?" If you've been into crypto for a while you are probably indifferent, but ultimately it's the misgivings of average people that will dictate their adoption and, therefore, their success.
Thomas Brigham I heard the trezor was pretty terrible to recover your coins in case you forgot your password and lost your catchphrase! But there was a security bug that allowed one user to flash the firmware to an earlier version and then unlock 🔓 it
Good video Man, you put this all together real well. If you see this, can you let me know in your experience and todays market, what is the MINIMUM GPU Trio rig and pools you would invest in putting together for someone just starting out? Either way still steady Sub'n Bro good stuff!
dude trust me if the dev fee is set to 0 the app will not mine for the dev.!!
no packets are send, you can check it your self by activate the log file or u can use TCPView too see!!
TURST ME I check and triple check it!!!
2% more then I get with ewbf ... to support the dev for what ? is not like he made an open source app. for more pls go to dstm bitcointalk page and read what ppl say https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=2021765.0
Straight to the point. I like it. What a niche the miner developers have found - thanks for including that bit about their success. I'm still surprised when I hear people complain about developer fees (2%?), as if they should be optional. In other industries, IP may account for 10% or more of the available revenue.
They justified the $1000 increase about 30 minutes after yesterdays Eth Dev meeting ended and there was a stand down ordered on forking eth by Vitalek.... have a feeling the asic resistant eth team has been "coerced" to pass on the fork..... wonder how much $ that cost Bitcrap to pull off? No worries they will get that bribe money back by jacking the E3 another $1k!!
I hope they do, as they have promoted themselves as being ASIC resistant. Hopefully the ZEN team put a strategy in place now rather than later, as you know they either already have ASICs secretly mining now or are working on them.
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