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Nvidia: Ethash, Cuckaroo29/Cuckarood29, CryptoNight (v6, v7, v8, R, ReverseWaltz), Ubqhash
AMD: Ethash, Cuckaroo29/Cuckarood29, CryptoNight (v6, v7, v8), Ubqhash
CPU: RandomHash/RandomHash2/RandomX in parallel with GPUs.
Windows and Linux compatible.


Download version for Linux: https://mega.nz/#F!JKBSnaIJ!R-yWG9PEgwVFdBWFy9afbQ
Download version for Windows: https://mega.nz/#F!JKBSnaIJ!R-yWG9PEgwVFdBWFy9afbQ

Features of 1'st generation of nanominer:

We are glad to present you the newest version of nanominer by nanopool.
Nanominer is a versatile tool for mining cryptocurrencies which are based on Ethash, Ubqhash, Cuckaroo29, CryptoNight (v6, v7, v8, R, ReverseWaltz) and RandomHash (PascalCoin) algorithms. This tool is suitable for both novice and professional users. Fast, reliable, efficient.

Our competitive advantages:
AMD, Nvidia or/and CPU - it's up to you, nanominer supports both types of GPU for mining Ethash, Ubqhash, Cuckaroo29 and CryptoNight and CPU for RandomHash.
Fastest RandomHash on CPU - the performance of PASC is highest on most CPUs.
Dual, triple or quad mining - you can set up nanominer to mine RandomHash on CPU and Ethash, Ubqhash, Cuckaroo29 or CryptoNight on GPUs without losing performance. Moreover, you can set all of these algorithms simultaneously on different GPUs.
Fastest CryptoNight on CUDA - we've done what others could not, and we're continue working to increase efficiency. CryptoNight on AMD with nanominer is definitely worth a try.
Fastest Cuckaroo29 on AMD - we have added best implementation of Grin's Cuckaroo29 algorithm for 8+ GB AMD GPUs with lowest possible CPU usage.
Cross platform: nanominer will bring you profit regardless of OS. The supported platforms are Windows and Linux.
Incredible web interface - you will enjoy all features and advantages which nanominer's web interface provides. Remote monitoring and control of your rigs as well as scanning local network for other rigs running nanominer, and working with them.
Built-in overclocking - we have added options to overclock coreClocks and memClocks for Nvidia cards on Windows.
Stable and autonomous: nanominer is able to control the state of video cards and, in case of hardware error (for instance: hashrate drop or GPU hang), it can restart itself or reboot entire system.
Advanced statistics: aside from hashrate, nanominer will inform you about GPUs temperature, power consumption*, average hashrate for each algorithm and much more.
Technical support 24/7: Our support service will answer all your questions promptly and with a pleasure.
No SmartScreen alert: we are going through a Microsoft security check, and Windows Defender does not recognize nanominer as a threat (does not remove or interfere with its work). Windows version of nanominer is digitally signed, so it cannot contain viruses.
Effective mining: high performance and efficient utilization of electricity.
BoringAPI - new extended miner statistic protocol which allows nanominer to provide wide range of useful information. The ETHman Remote Manager is supported by nanominer as well.
Customization flexibility: nanominer is ready to operate, you just need to indicate a wallet. However, if you are experienced user, then additional parameters will help you to adjust the miner according to your own understanding of best efficiency.

Features of the version 1.6.3

Fixed RandomHash2 algorithm for Pascal implemented.
Fixed RandomHash and RandomHash2 to support RandomHash2 development.
Fixed RandomX algorithm implemented on CPU. Will be able to mine Monero on CPU in dual mode with some GPU coin after Monero hardfork.
Fixed Cuckarood29


Features of the version 1.6.2

Fixed setting up RandomX algorithm for testing purposes. Please check our Github for the config examples.

Features of the version 1.6.1

Optimized Ethash memory for Nvidia cards.
Added SSL connections for both Nanopool ETH and ETC pools and are used by default if no pools specified.
Ubiqpool.io pools are used by default now if no UBQ pools provided.

Features of the version 1.6.0

RandomHash2 algorithm for Pascal implemented. DevFee increased from 3% to 5% for both RandomHash and RandomHash2 to support RandomHash2 development.
RandomX algorithm implemented on CPU. Will be able to mine Monero on CPU in dual mode with some GPU coin after Monero hardfork.
Cuckarood29 performance improved up to 24% on AMD and Nvidia.
Updated node protocol supported for QuarkChain. Wallet can now be set up in miner's configuration file, not only configured on node itself. Public full nodes are used by default.
Example config files for popular coins were added to distribution.

Features of the version 1.5.3

Fixed issue with Nvidia devices not shown on nanominer -d output.
Print message in log if current Nvidia driver is too old for nanominer to detect Nvidia GPUs.

Features of the version 1.5.2

Fixed Cuckarood29 issue on AMD: low difficulty shares are not sent anymore.

Features of the version 1.5.1

Added Ethash binaries for AMD Radeon RX 5700 and AMD Radeon RX 5700 XT cards.

Features of the version 1.5.0

Added support for Grin's upcoming PoW hardfork Cuckarood29 algorithm.
Added support for Nvidia 6+ GB cards on Cuckaroo29/Cuckarood29 algorithms.
RandomHash (PascalCoin) performance improved.

Features of the version 1.4.1

Built-in amdmemtweak can run on Ubuntu 16.04 now.
Fixed SSL connection with miningpoolhub.

Features of the version 1.4.0

New memTweak option to control AMD GPU memory timings on Ethash algorithm, that gives up to 6%-10% performance increase compared to stock settings.
Faster Ethash kernel tuning on AMD Vega and Radeon VII GPUs.

Features of the version 1.3.4

Fixed critical connection issue introduced in version 1.3.3.

Features of the version 1.3.3

Fixed random Monero mining crashes on some connection types.

Features of the version 1.3.2

Fixed hanging while enumerating AMD devices on some systems.

Features of the version 1.3.1

Fixed CryptoNightR runtime compilation issue on some AMD devices.

Features of the version 1.3.0

CryptoNightR and CryptoNightReverseWaltz algorithms support for AMD GPUs.
New option powerLimits to manage Nvidia GPUs power limits.
Added block acceptance time for QuarkChain.
Support any shard IDs for QuarkChain, including null for root chain mining.

Features of the version 1.2.4

QuarkChain shard option was renamed to shardid to avoid confusion.
Added farmRecheck option for QuakrChain.
Do not show block accepted time for getwork protocol because it was calculated wrong. Will be added in some future update.
Fixed some stability issues.

Features of the version 1.2.3

Fixed issue with devices parameter ignored for Ethash.
Some performance increase of Cuckaroo29 for AMD GPUs.

Features of the version 1.2.2

Added QuarkChain node support for mining Ethash algorithm.
Added command line launching scripts for those users who need to run the miner using single command line with arguments.
Increased performance of Cuckaroo29 (GRIN coin) for AMD RX 580 8 GB up to 8%.

Features of the version 1.2.1

Fixed crash on startup on some systems without Nvidia cards.

Features of the version 1.2.0

Added fast (arguably the fastest) implementation of Grin's Cuckaroo29 algorithm for 8+ GB AMD GPUs with lowest possible CPU usage. Cuckaroo29 devfee is 0% till April 26th 4:20 PM local time and 2% after for this and any next version of nanominer.
Switched to CUDA 10 so all new Nvidia RTX GPUs are now supported. Need Nvidia Linux driver >= 410.48 or Windows driver >= 411.13 in order to work.
Added support for CryptoNightReverseWaltz (Graft coin) algorithm on Nvidia.
Two times less switches to dev fee and back - commission mining is now done once per two hours instead of single hour.

Features of the version 1.1.1

Lower CPU usage and system memory consumption for Nvidia CryptoNightR algorithm.
Fixed local miners discovery on some network configurations.

Features of the version 1.1.0

Added support for CryptoNightR algorithm on Nvidia for Monero PoW hardfork. Up to 17% faster than best competive CryptoNightR Nvidia miners currently available with only 1% devfee.
Added web-interface for easy rigs monitoring and remote setup. Runs on 9090 port by default, see http://127.0.0.1:9090
Added checkForUpdates (enabled by default) and autoUpdate (disabled by default) for checking and installing newest nanominer version on miner start.
Added options coreClocks, memClocks for overclocking. Only Nvidia cards on Windows are supported for now.
RandomHash devfee for CPU-only case was reduced from 5% down to 3%.
About 5% performance improvements for RandomHash on some CPUs.

Features of the version 1.0.6

Fixed small memory leak on Nvidia DAG change.
Some additional Ethash 3GB Nvidia cards optimizations - it is now possible to mine Ethereum on Windows 10 with half hashrate on full speed x16 PCI-e.

Features of the version 1.0.5

Extended Ethash support on Nvidia 3Gb cards. We are now the only one known miner that can support up to 242 epoch (best on Linux) with full speed. Next epochs will work too but performance degradation is possible. To make performance better you can try using full-speed PCI-e connections for 3 Gb devices.
Fixed some issues with miner re-connection to pools.
Fixed floating bug with enormous reported hashrate on AMD Ethash.

Dev fee for the use of nanominer takes the form of a commission from mining to its wallets once per 2 hours of runtime. The commission is:

1% of total mining time for Ethash, Ubqhash and CryptoNight algorithms (72 seconds per 2 hours);
2% for Cuckaroo29 algorithm (144 seconds per 2 hours);
3% for RandomHash on CPU (216 seconds per 2 hours).