Claymore CryptoNote miner and EWBF’S ZCash CUDA update


    For the Nvidia users out there, remember you can use EWBF’s CUDA ZCash miner.  Very decent speeds.

EWBF’s Zcash cuda miner.
Expected speeds 380 – 400 sols/s gtx1070. 260 – 270 gtx1060. Stock settings.
Writen for pascal gpus but works on cards with at least 1Gb memory, and Compute Capability 2 and higher.
Miner contain dev fee 2%.

    For the XMR update, Claymore has updated the CryptoNote miner, with a fee reduction to 2% if using SSL.  The speeds are the same, but he has added all the usual features that were lacking in the XMR miner.  Next update may have a speed increase.

Current version: 9.7:

– reduced devfee, it’s 2% now if you use secure SSL/TLS connection, currently miningpoolhub pool supports encrypted connections, see Readme for samples.
– added “allpools” option, use it if your pool requires Username.Worker instead of wallet address, or if you mine some fork of Monero.
– now all options can be stored in “config.txt” file.
– changed format of “pools.txt”, now you can specify own settings for every failover pool. Since format was changed, failover pools file was renamed to “epools.txt”.
– now “r” key reloads failover pools file, “s” shows current statistics, with digit keys you can disable/enable GPUs.
– improved support for EthMan, now all commands are supported.
– now remote management is working in read-only mode by default.
– added SSL/TLS encryption support for better security, see “-o” option description in Readme file for details.
– improved “-tt” and “-r” options.
– added “-fanmin”, “-fanmax”, “-tstop”, “-powlim”, “-cvddc”, “-mvddc” options.
– added HTTP support for remote port.
– added “-retrydelay” option.
– added “-ftime” option.
– a lot of minor improvements.